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In the Red Dog Mine study, rats were fed for 30, 60, and 90 days with feed amended with lead sulfide, Red Dog Mine ore concentrate, and the concentrate of two other mines at dosing levels of 0, 10, 30, 100 ppm lead.

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Comparison of the bioavailability of lead ore concentrate from Skagway, Alaska and Red Dog Mine. Table 1 presents the blood lead concentrations for the Red Dog Mine and Skagway ore 30 day feeding studies. Blood lead concentrations for the Red Dog Mine ore (11.5 m g/dL) and Skagway ore (8.5 m g /dL) were relatively the same at the highest administered lead dose (100 ppm). These concentrations were only 10 to 14 percent of the blood lead concentrations found in the rats fed lead acetate (84.8 m g/dL) at 100 ppm, indicating a significantly reduced bioavailability.

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Although the lead concentrations in the two ore concentrates were slightly different (Skagway 57.9 percent; Red Dog Mine 45.2 percent), feed was prepared in a similar manner resulting in dosing levels of 0, 10, 30, and 100 ppm lead. Both studies amended the feed with sieved lead ore concentrate of similar particle size ( 38 m m), which is very important since particle size will have a large effect on the absorption of the lead.

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Polkadot Dog Leash, Red Dog Leash, Dog Lead, Nylon Dog Leash, Poop Bag Holder, Treat Pouch, Dog Treat Holder, Dog Walking Pouch, 2 Pc Set by Sewmuchfunstuff on EtsyRed Dog is an example of a sediment-hosted Zn-Pb-Ag deposit, with the - considered to have been deposited on the sea floor as a strata of sulfide sediment. Zinc, lead, silver, and barium were deposited in black muds and carbonates on or beneath the seafloor, in a deep quiet ocean basin, some 338 million years ago in the Mississippian period.The mine is the world's largest producer of zinc and has the world's largest zinc reserves. Red Dog accounts for 10% of the world's zinc production. Red Dog accounted for 55% of the mineral value produced in Alaska in 2008. In 2008 the mine produced 515,200 (507,100 ; 567,900 ) of zinc, 122,600 metric tons (120,700 LT; 135,100 ST) of lead, and 283 metric tons (9,100,000 ) of silver, for a total metal value of over one billion dollars. At the end of 2008 the mine had reserves of 61,400,000 metric tons (60,400,000 LT; 67,700,000 ST) of zinc at a grade of 17.1% and 61,400,000 tonnes (60,400,000 LT; 67,700,000 ST) of lead at a grade of 4.5%, as well as significant additional zinc and lead in the less well-measured resource category.Before discovery of the mineral deposits at Red Dog, the creek draining the deposit was too toxic to support life. It now meets drinking-water standards. On June 13, 2007 the State of Alaska removed two creeks (Red Dog Creek and Ikalukrok Creek) near the Red Dog mine in Northwest Alaska from the most-polluted waters list with EPA's approval. The mine discharges treated water into Red Dog Creek, a tributary of Ikalukrok Creek. Pre-mining studies on Red Dog Creek revealed naturally high concentrations of cadmium, lead, zinc, aluminum, and other metals. Before mining began, aquatic life uses were not present in the main stem of Red Dog Creek because of the natural toxic concentrations and low pH. After mining began, year-round release of treated mine wastewater allowed a population of to establish themselves in Red Dog Creek. That fish population is now protected by regulations.