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General Interest and Statewide Maps

2011 Bedrock Geologic Map of Vermont

Vermont Rocks Through Time, 2013: 12 generalized maps by geologic age and rocks by major type

Surficial Geologic Map of Vermont, 1970 The Geology of Vermont by Barry L. Doolan (7.4 mb pdf) published by Heldref Publications in 1996 in Rocks and Minerals Magazine, Vol. 71, No. 4.
  Fossils of the Champlain Valley Paleontology of the Champlain Valley, Welby, 1962 (pdf)
Poster about Maps
Gold Green Rocks in Vermont State Rocks Age Relationships of Rocks in Eastern Vermont (2009)
  Seismic Refraction, Newbury The Charlotte Whale Page (UVM site) Report on the Geology of Vermont, Vols I and II, 1861
Books and Places to Visit
Interesting Geologic Sites
Belvidere Mtn., Eden and Lowell (2000)
Burlington and Colchester:
Glacial Geology of Burlington and Colchester
Champlain Thrust, Burlington Chazy Reef of Isle LaMotte,
Geologic map, 1957;
Geologic map, 1968
Goodsell Ridge Preserve
  Danville and St. Johnsbury, Surficial Geology and Glacial History   Green Mountain Giant, Whittingham
Jeffersonville Landslide
Montpelier: Rockfall on Elm St. Geologic Scenery in the Montpelier Quadrangle Surficial Geology of the Barre - Montpelier Region (.pdf) Mt. Holly Mammoth - "The elephant from Mt. Holly"
  Mt. Philo, Charlotte Owl's Head at Groton Quechee Gorge, Hartford Redstone Natural Area, Burlington
School Project Resources
Duxbury/Crosset Brook School Geology of the Monkton Area Moretown School Area Underhill Geology
Poster presentations
Photolineament analysis, Montpelier Superposition of Ductile Structures in the Montpelier Quadrangle Richmond Exit Roadcut: Variation in two styles of Acadian thrust faulting in the Pinnacle Fm., Essex Junction quadrangle, Vermont (14 mb pdf) Waterbury, Middlesex, Stowe: Structural Evolution of the Worcester Range
  Rockfall on Mt. Pisgah (panorama)      

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