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LOOSE STORES
NAURU 
LUMBER PILES OF SORTED TYPES IN A CLEARING NEAR  THE BEACH. Such dumps offer little difficulty of identification from the air. A canvas covered stack of material is located in palm at left side of the clearing.

WOTJE
LUMBER DUMP OF ROUGH PALM LOGS AND PREFABRICATED BUILDING MATERIALS. A good distinction may be noted here between rough logs and finished building materials.

BORAM 
CANVAS COVERED SUPPLY PILES AT BEACH DUMP SIMILAR TO THAT SHOWN ON THE PHOTOS ON PAGE 50 OF WEWAK. This is an intermediate dump between cargo ship and final dump locality. Though some scattered fuel drums are visible the identity of the major portion is masked by canvas covering.

POMELAA, CELEBES
LOOSE STORES ON BEACH AT A NICKEL MINING LOCALITY IN THE CELEBES. These stores include crated materials and fuel drums. Such dumps near landing stages are common, though normally of temporary nature.
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