Hydrogeology and effects of tailings basins on the hydrology of Sands Plain, Marquette County, Michigan

@inproceedings{Grannemann1984HydrogeologyAE,
  title={Hydrogeology and effects of tailings basins on the hydrology of Sands Plain, Marquette County, Michigan},
  author={Norman G. Grannemann},
  year={1984}
}
  • Norman G. Grannemann
  • Published 1984
  • Geology
  • Sands Plain, a 225-square mile area, is near the Marquette iron-mining district in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Gribben Basin, a settling basin for disposal of waste rock particles from iron-ore concentration, is in the western part. Because Sands Plain is near iron-ore deposits, but not underlain by them, parts of the area are being considered as sites for additional tailings basins. Glacial deposits, as much as 500 feet thick, comprise the principal aquifer. Most ground water flows through the… CONTINUE READING

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