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Gold, Structures, and Landforms in Central South Carolina—Field Guides for the 2016 GSA Southeastern Section Meeting, Columbia, South Carolina
First, this volume explores the Haile gold mine, which is located in southern Lancaster County, South Carolina. Gold was discovered at the site in 1827, and the mine is located between the past producing Ridgeway and Brewer mines that, when all are combined, constitute a significant amount of historical gold production in the southeastern United States. The second guide focuses on the geology and geomorphology of the Carolina Sandhills in Chesterfield County, South Carolina, an area in the updip portion of the U.S. Atlantic Coastal Plain province. The third guide provides a structural analysis of the Kiokee belt and its framing elements: Savannah River transect.