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by Allan W. Eckert
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Engineering
  • Author:
    Allan W. Eckert
  • ISBN:
    0060961775
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060961770
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  • Publisher:
    Harper & Row; 1st edition (October 1, 1987)
  • Pages:
    632 pages
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    Engineering
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Here at last, is the ultimate guidebook to actual locales that can be driven to for collecting rocks, minerals and fossils in Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington and Wyoming. The four volumes, with over 1,200 maps, describe over 5,000 sprecific sites; this Volume 3 includes over 300 to-scale maps marked with over 1,000 collecting sites and detailed directions on getting there, the types of rocks, minerals and fossils to be found at each site, and how and where to search once you've arrived.

Winn
I think this book is more for a prospectors reference rather than a field trip manual. Being very familiar with the sites and mineral localities of Washington I read the entries for that state in the book, to get a guage on how useful this book may be. Honestly, some are played out or inaccessible due to civilization encroachment but that doesn't mean the knowledge of the mineral occurance should be lost and there are some that are still valid after all the years. So I would say its a mixed bag. I would recommend the book for those of us who are the hard core prospectors and trackers of mineral deposits rather than the weekender looking to take their kids on a rockhounding adventure. The truth is that you can be mere feet away from most any mineral and if you don't know what you are looking for you can go right past or over it so make this a companion book not the only one you take to the field.
Katishi
this book is good for general areas. but the authors specific areas are way off ( for counties and cities ). went to gisham mountain for minerals and the park keeper who is a retired oregon state universay geologist advised that there was no such minerals in the mountain for he read the same book and looked and found none. went to china creek around florance, oregon and the following 5 creeks north of florance. dug and hounded---found nothing. it is a good book for GENERAL areas but watch out for specifics for it is not even close
Cordanara
I've had the SW Quadrant books for several years and I've recently moved into this quadrant. These books are loaded with information and I take them with me every time I leave town. And this volume is everything I knew it would be. Awesome!
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Windworker
This series is one of the most poorly conceived mineral guides I have ever seen. The author obviously knows very little about minerals e.g. "quartz rock crystal" and his maps are so poor you would be lucky to find anything using them. I agree with a previous reviewer who said "do not waste your time with these books." L. Dee, Geologist
Jake
This book covers only very well known locations and only of rocks and minerals suitable for lapidary. This book is a good 30 years out of date. In my own state, I have been to every location listed and 90% of them do not exist anymore or are no longer accessible. In addition, I know of several other areas that are well known but not listed. Don't waste your time with this book.