Abstract

Many areas of schist in the southern Black Hills, South Dakota, have a thin zone of disintegrated rock that is 4–10 feet below the ground surface and parallel to it. Fresh, undeformed schist overlying this zone has moved downhill in a mass-wasting process since the present surface was formed.

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