- Libreria: Bookshop Pistil Books Online (Stati Uniti)
- Anno pubblicazione: 1971
- Editore: Washington State Department of Natural Resources
- Soggetti: Alumite, Clay, Coal, Limesone, Oil and gas, Peat, Sand and gravel Silica, Stone, and Metallic Minderals, Silver, Gold, Mines, Mining, King County, Washington, Assay, Maps, Ariel Photos, Geology, Minerals, Northwest Geology
- Peso di spedizione: 750 g
- Legatura: No Jacket Hard Cover
- Condizioni: Near Fine
Ex-library book with the usual stamps, stickers, etc. Binding is solid and text/interior is clean and free of marking of any kind. Book has been re-bound by the Seattle Public Library into very heavy, near-new red buckram boards with a similarly bound pocket at back containing five fold-out maps and tables; this includes a 2 1/2 by 3 1/2 foot geologic map of king county with all sub-areas labled and showing in great detail the kind of rock, mud, peat, deposits, etc. lie therein; 8" closed tear on one side, small tear in the middle at a crease. Also 2 x 2 1/2 foot table "Summary of coal production in King county by mind and year from 1888 through 1967" Also 2 foot + square map showing mine shaft location and assay data of gold and silver from Aces up property and Cleopatra property and plan view and cross section of the Apex gold mine. Also 2 x 2 1/2 foot map "Nonmetallic mineral deposits in Western king county, WA with sites marked such as Renton coal field, Tiger mountain colal field, Niblock coal field, (14) sand and gravel pits, (7) Humus and Peat produers. Also 2 x 3 foot fold-out table "Generalized description of engineering properties of geologic map units [of large Geologic Map of King County noted above]. Book itself depicts ariel photos, maps, tables detailing the geology of King County: Physiographic provinces, Description of rocks, [ Pre-teritiary, Paleozoic, Mesozioc, Tertiary, Puget group, Oliogocene, etc.], Quaternary deposits, Mineral resources: Alumite, Clay, Coal, Limesone, Oil and gas, Peat, Sand and gravel Silica, Stone, and Metallic minderals by district and mine. 200 pages, very detailed.