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Acid drainage ‘isn’t a risk,’ Wharf mine witnesses say

Published 11/18/2011, The Daily Republic

PIERRE — The iron pyrite known as fool’s gold is one type of the sulfide-bearing rock formations found throughout the gold mining district of the northern Black Hills that generate acid when exposed to air or water.

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