2 edition of Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York found in the catalog.
Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York
Fisher, Donald W.
by University of the State of New York, State Education Dept. in Albany
Written in English
|Statement||by Donald W. Fisher.|
|Series||Map and chart series/New York State Museum -- no. 35, Map and chart series (New York State Geological Survey) -- no. 35.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Title: Bedrock Geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York: Publication Type: Map: Year of Publication: Authors: Fisher, DW: Series Title: New York Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls/Whitehall Region, New York Donald W.
Fisher New York State Museum Map and Chart Series #35 This map spans nine minute quads stretching from the Grenville-age Precambrian basement of the southeastern Adirondacks across normal-faulted, gently-dipping Early Paleozoic New York book carbonates, across the Giddings Get this from a library.
Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York. [Donald W Fisher] Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls--Whitehall Region, New York [cartographic material] / Donald W.
Fisher ; field mapping by Donald W. Fisher ; cartography by John B. Skiba and Ellen E. :// Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall region, New York by Donald W. Fisher （Map and chart series, no. 35） University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., 地図資料（地図） General Information.
Title: Bedrock Geology of the Glens Falls - Whitehall Region, New York Author(s): Fisher, D.W. Publishing Organization: New York State Museum Series and Number: Map and Chart Series 35 Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 43° 37' 30" N () South Latitude: 43° 15' 0" N () East Longitude: 73° 22' 30" W () Fisher, D.W.,Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall region, New York: New York State Museum Map and Chart Series, no.
35, 3 sheets, 60 p., scaleBedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall region, New York by Donald W. Fisher University of the State of New York, State Education Dept Epicenter map of northeastern United States and southeastern Canada, onshore and offshore: time period Nearly thirty years ago, Rowley et al.
() led a field trip for the New York State Geological Association through part of the slate belt in the northern Giddings Brook thrust sheet. The mapping presented in that field guide and the bedrock geologic map of the Glens Falls-Whitehall region compiled by Fisher () show that Sparsity of outcrops throughout much of the Taconic region has Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls - Whitehall Regions, NY: New York State Geology Survey Map and Chart Series, no.
Fisher, D. W., Isachsen, Y. and Rickard, L. V.,Geologic map of Comments: part of Beekmantown and Stockbridge Groups, Potsdam Sandstone, and Vermont Valley Sequence up to ft. ( m). Secondary unit descriptions from USGS Lexicon website (Ref.
NY) and references NY, NY, NY, NY and NY?unit=NYCAbk;2. Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall region, New York by Donald W. Fisher University of the State of New York, State Education Dept. Map and chart series no. 35 地図資料 (地図) 6) Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall region, New York; D W Fisher; New York State Museum Map and Chart Series; 7) Muskatt, H.S.
and Tollerton, V.P., Jr.,The Little Falls Dolostone (Late Cambrian); B / Ratcliffe, N. / BEDROCK GEOLOGY AND SEISMOTECTONICS OF THE OSCAWANA LAKE QUADRANGLE, NEW YORK,pb, 38 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 24 figs., 7 tables, $ 9 B / Brettk C.
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Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York. Albany: University of the State of New York, State Education Department, () qN45mc no Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls/Whitehall Region, New York.
Fisher, This map spans nine minute quads stretching from the Grenville-age Precambrian basement of the southeastern Adirondacks across normal-faulted, gently-dipping Early Paleozoic shelf carbonates, across the Giddings Brook Thrust, and into the folds and thrusts of the Glens Falls, New York Area Secondary Special Education/ Social Studies Teacher at WSWHE Boces Education Management Education College of St.
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New York State Museum, Map and Chart Series No. Fisher, D. W., and Hansen, G. Revisions in the geology of Saratoga Springs, New York, and vicinity. American Journal of Science, Bedrock geology of the central Champlain valley of Vermont.
Vermont Geological Survey, (New York-Vermont-New Hampshire) is one of a number of l,scale quadrangles investigated under the auspices of CUSMAP (Conterminous United States Mineral Assessment Program). The field trip described here is designed to show the principal metallic mineral deposits and related geology of the Glens Falls 1° x 2" :// Bedrock geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York: ; Bedrock geology of the Goshen-Greenwood Lake Area, N.Y.
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BEDROCK GEOLOGY OF THE PORT HENRY AND NORTHWESTERN the region of the field area. One of the more significant pieces of work discussing the stratigraphy and structural geology of west-central Vermont was produced by Cady ().
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