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Maury Island Gravel Mining Impact Studies

Publication number Date Published
00-09-005May 2000
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Author(s) Dave Garland
Description Glacier Northwest a subsidiary of Lone Star Northwest Inc. has applied to increase its rate of gravel extraction. This proposed action is currently in review under the Sate Environmental Policy Act process. This fact sheet, the final in a series of three, summarizes the findings of these studies and presents the predicted impacts to groundwater, the nearshore environment, and soils.
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Keywords soil, environmental, gravel, mining

Maury Island Gravel Mine Impact Study -- Nearshore Impact Assessment