Red Hills (Kansas)

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Map showing physiographic divisions of Kansas and northern Oklahoma

The Red Hills (also called Gypsum Hills) is a physiographic area. It is mostly in Clark, Comanche and Barber counties in southern and central Kansas. This land has a lot of red rock. It does not fit the normal description of the Great Plains land of Kansas.[1]

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  1. Kansas Geological Survey staff (1999). "Red Hills: Rocks and Minerals" (PDF). In: Geofacts from the Kansas Geological Survey. Kansas Geological Survey. pp. 2 pp.

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Coordinates: 37°20′30″N 99°04′46″W / 37.34169°N 99.079551°W / 37.34169; -99.079551