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Industrial mineral site no. 1020, known as "Belfair No. 1" is a site in Mason County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 76 says "The area is 5 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 5 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1025, known as "Bonaparte Meadows" is a site in Okanogan County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 76 says "The area is 282 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 20 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1033, known as "Bay Center" is a site in Pacific County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 77 says "The area is 25 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 15 feet".
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Paper Reports
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Industrial mineral site no. 1049, known as "Deer Creek No.1" is a site in Pend Oreille County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 77 says "The area is 200 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 1 foot".
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Paper Reports
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Industrial mineral site no. 1060, known as "Clover Creek" is a site in Pierce County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 77 says "The area is 120 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 19 feet".
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Paper Reports
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Industrial mineral site no. 1071, known as "Kreger Lake No. 2" is a site in Pierce County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 78 says "The area is 34 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 8 feet".
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Paper Reports
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Industrial mineral site no. 1082, known as "Bonney Lake" is a site in Pierce County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 78 says "The area is 9 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 2 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 7 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1089, known as "San Juan" is a site in San Juan County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 78 says "The area is 15 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 9 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 10 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1090, known as "Orcas No. 2" is a site in San Juan County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 78 says "The area is 18 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 10 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 12 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1109, known as "Pilchuck Creek" is a site in Skagit County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 79 says "The area is 12 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 2 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 14 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1113, known as "Cayuse Meadow" is a site in Skamania County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 79 says "The area is 5 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is not reported".
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Paper Reports
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Industrial mineral site no. 1170, known as "Deer Lake No.2" is a site in Stevens County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 80 says "The area is 38 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 16 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1192, known as "Long Lake-Patterson Lake" is a site in Thurston County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 81 says "The area is 107 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 10 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1195, known as "Eureka" is a site in Thurston County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 81 says "The area is 12 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 5 1/2 feet".
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Paper Reports
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Industrial mineral site no. 1197, known as "Monument 9" is a site in Whatcom County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 81 says "The area is 38 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 8 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1222, known as "Prosser" is a site in Benton County, Washington. This site has been associated with perlite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 82 says "Black perlitic basaltic glass in a 2-to 10-in. layer at base of basalt flow", and designates the value as "Too small to support commercial operation".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1251, known as "Chiwawa River (J)" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with pumice. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 84 says "Road cut exposes 18 in. of pumice overlain by 20 in. of silt and a little altered pumice", and designates the value as "Might be usable locally".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1265, known as "Entiat River (E)" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with pumice. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 85 says "Road cut exposes 30 in. of pumice mantled by 24 to 30 in. of overburden", and designates the value as "Ratio of overburden to pumice rather high".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1288, known as "Silver Ridge (A)" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with pumice. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 86 says "Drill hole shows a 35-in. upper bed of pumice and a 24-in. lower bed separated by 12 in. of sand and covered by 12 in. of overburden", and designates the value as "Warrants investigation".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1307, known as "Royal Development (B)" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with pumice. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 87 says "Drill hole encountered 55 in. of pumice beneath 24 in. of overburden", and designates the value as "Warrants investigation".
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Paper Reports


map background search result map search result map Belfair No. 1 Bonaparte Meadows Bay Center Deer Creek No.1 Clover Creek Kreger Lake No. 2 Bonney Lake San Juan Orcas No. 2 Pilchuck Creek Cayuse Meadow Deer Lake No.2 Long Lake-Patterson Lake Eureka Monument 9 Prosser Chiwawa River (J) Entiat River (E) Silver Ridge (A) Royal Development (B)