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|Citation||Getty, J.C., Koracin, N.V., and McDonald, C., 2021, SNaP: A survey of native proppant resources within Montana: Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Open-File Report 741, 51 p.|
|Document Version||This is an open-file publication. MBMG open files are manuscripts and maps that are released, but not considered formal publications; most have not gone through the rigorous review and editorial process required for an official report. Some open-file reports eventually appear as formal Bureau publications.|
|Document Status||Print on Demand|
|Description||Public release of project report for Board of Oil and Gas about native proppant sand, a resource for fracking operations.|
|Subject(s)||PROPPANT, HYDRAULIC FRACTURING, SANDSTONE|
|Geographic Area/Counties||BEAVERHEAD, BIG HORN, BLAINE, BROADWATER, CARBON, CARTER, CASCADE, CHOUTEAU, CUSTER, DANIELS, DAWSON, DEER LODGE, FALLON, FERGUS, FLATHEAD, GALLATIN, GARFIELD, GLACIER, GOLDEN VALLEY, GRANITE, HILL, JEFFERSON, JUDITH BASIN, LAKE, LEWIS AND CLARK, LIBERTY, LINCOLN, MADISON, MCCONE, MEAGHER, MINERAL, MISSOULA, MUSSELSHELL, PARK, PETROLEUM, PHILLIPS, PONDERA, POWDER RIVER, POWELL, PRAIRIE, RAVALLI, RICHLAND, ROOSEVELT, ROSEBUD, SANDERS, SHERIDAN, SILVER BOW, STILLWATER, SWEET GRASS, TETON, TOOLE, TREASURE, VALLEY, WHEATLAND, WIBAUX, YELLOWSTONE, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK|