Alan R. Grant (1982a,b) reported findings and conclusions of reconnaissance geology and probable future mineral activity target areas on the Colville and Okanogan national forests, Washington.
David Boleneus (USGS) and Derrick Chase (Eastern Washington University) compiled Grant's (1982a,b) data in a digital format using Microsoft's Excel97 spreadsheet program.
This dataset was developed to provide geochemical data for the Colville and Okanogan national forests, WA for use in future spatial analysis by a variety of users.
This database is not meant to be used or displayed at any scale larger than 1:63,360 (e.g., 1:62,500 or 1:24,000).
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Use_Constraints:This digital database is not meant to be used or displayed at any scale larger than 1:63,360 (e.g., 1:62,500 or 1:24,000).
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This digital geochemical database for the Colville and Okanogan national forests is not meant to be used or displayed at any scale larger than 1:63,360 (e.g., 1:62,500 or 1:24,000).