Sand By Type and Location
Sand is a large accumulation of small rock and/or mineral particles in the size range of from 20 micrometers to 2,000
micrometers in diameter (0.020 to 2.0 millimeters). Sand may include small shells or shell fragments and oolitic deposits. Sand is a size and
density segregated material that is the result of air or water action.
. . . Hawaii ("Big Island") Sands
. . . Maui Sands
. . . Kauai Sands
Columbia River Sands
. . . Puget Sound Sands
. . . Other Washington Sands
Click here for good information on the microscopy of sand; great site for more information on microscopy in general.
(Good Information on the microscopy of sand, Great site for more information on microscopy in general)
(Good Information on Sand with links to more information on sand)
(Brief, very informative video on what can be learned from the shape of a sand grain.)