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EXAMINATION OF BULK SOIL SAMPLES AND MICROCHARCOAL EXTRACTION FOR POTENTIAL RADIOCARBON DATABLE MATERIALS FROM THE ZEBRA TRENCH ON THE CANYON RIVER FAULT, GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, WASHINGTON

Author(s): Peter Kováčik

Year: 2017

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The Zebra trench site is situated in the Wynoochee River Valley approximately 30 miles north of Montesano in Greys Harbor County, Washington. Three bulk samples, collected from a paleoseismic trench located where the Canyon River fault cuts across a series of fluvial terraces (Scott Bennet, personal communication March 20, 2017), were submitted to recover and identify material appropriate for AMS radiocarbon age determination. Microscopic charcoal extraction also was requested for one of these samples.


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EXAMINATION OF BULK SOIL SAMPLES AND MICROCHARCOAL EXTRACTION FOR POTENTIAL RADIOCARBON DATABLE MATERIALS FROM THE ZEBRA TRENCH ON THE CANYON RIVER FAULT, GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, WASHINGTON. Peter Kováčik. PRI Technical Report ,2017-024. 2017 ( tDAR id: 436378) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8542QTV


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min long: -125.035; min lat: 45.706 ; max long: -121.718; max lat: 47.19 ;

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