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Badlands National Park: An explanation of how the Badlands of South Dakota has formed over millions of years is provided with emphasis placed on the processes of deposition and erosion. Pierre Shale, Chadron, Brule, and Sharps formations are discussed.

Badlands in Brief, South Dakota, Geology, Soil, Stones, & Rocks
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Date of Video
April 14, 2007
Video Location
Badlands National Park, Scenic, SD
43°45'0"N × 102°30'0"W
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