Taum Sauk Power Plant section: Buried and exhumed hills of Precambrian rhyolite, the St.Francois Mountains, Missouri
Eva B. Kisvarsanyi, Arthur W. Hebrank, 1987. "Taum Sauk Power Plant section: Buried and exhumed hills of Precambrian rhyolite, the St.Francois Mountains, Missouri", North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America, Donald L. Biggs
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NE¼SE¼SW¼Sec.21, T.33N., R.2E., Taum Sauk Power Plant, Reynolds County, Missouri; Johnson Shut-ins 7½-minute Quadrangle. The site is 10.8 mi (17.3 km) west ofthe village of Hogan, in Iron County, and can be reached by Missouri AA or, from Lesterville, in Reynolds County, by Missouri U (Fig. 1).The site is owned by the Union Electric Company and is open daily to visitors.A small museum is in the nearbyVisitor Center.
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