geology of the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, New Hampshire.

by Milton T. Heald

Publisher: New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission in Concord

Written in English
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ContributionsNew Hampshire. State Planning and Development Commission.
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LC ClassificationsQE140.L6 H4
The Physical Object
Pagination29 p.
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL6085758M
LC Control Number50062656

The White Mountain igneous province of New Hampshire is part of the New England-Quebec provinc e of McHone and Butler (). In New England this province is represented by two periods of igneous activity: the older between Ma and the younger between Ma (Fig. 1). Plutons of th e older White Mountain series are largely composed o fFile Size: KB. Geologic map and structure sections of the Wolfeboro quadrangle, New Hampshire [cartographic material] / geology by Alonzo Quinn, Louise Kingsley, and David Modell ; New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission and Highway Department. Description. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Cited by: 1. Geology of the Lake Sunapee Area, New Hampshire Destiny A. Saxon Timothy T. Allen Christina Burt Josh King Sunapee Quadrangle, New Hampshire (15 minute series). Dean () prepared a ,scale Geologic Map of the “Sunapee Septum,” a feature that extends across both the Sunapee and Lovewell Mountain, NH quadrangles (15 minute series). New geologic mapping in the Mt. Cube minute quadrangle, New Hampshire and Vermont, and in several quadrangles to the northeast, indicates that an extensive belt of rocks previously considered.

Locally mapped as Francestown Formation of Nielson () in southern New Hampshire. Pink equigranular biotite granite (Late Devonian) at surface, covers % of this area Found in Woodsville and Whitefield quadrangles and in small intrusive units in northern and southeastern New Hampshire. The geology of New Hampshire, Part II — bedrock geology. New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, Concord, New Hampshire (). Google ScholarCited by: New Hampshire Quadrangles containing ranked peaks. Track your progress completing New Hampshire quadrangles peak by peak. Geologic Map and Structure Sections of the Lovewell Mountain Quadrangle, New Hampshire Publication Info: Concord: State Planning and Development Commission,

Cartographic point coverage for brittle geologic structure data. The geologic data was mapped during the summer of at a scale of , The bedrock geology was mapped using standard techniques. Locational information was provided by Rockwell PLGR+96 GPS receivers using the federal precise positioning service. The line and polygon data were compiled on a mylar greenline of the Author: Gregory J. Walsh and Stewart F. Clark. The bedrock geology of the minute Windham quadrangle, New Hampshire consists of deformed early Paleozoic crystalline metamorphic and intrusive igneous rocks intruded by Mesozoic igneous dikes. The geologic data was mapped during the summer of at a scale of , The bedrock geology was mapped using standard techniques. Locational information was provided by Rockwell PLGR+96 Author: Jr. Gregory J. Walsh Stewart F. Clark. Geologic Map and Structure Sections of the Sunapee Quadrangle, New Hampshire (15 minute series). Dean () prepared a ,scale Geologic Map of the “Sunapee Septum,” a feature that extends across both the Sunapee and Lovewell Mountain, NH quadrangles (15 minute series), however Dean’s map overlaps less than 1/4 of the. Talk title: “The Geology of New Hampshire’s White Mountains” Join us for a group talk by six of the seven authors of a new book on the geology of the White Mountains recently published by Durand Press. The authors will each give short minute talks on their area of expertise and the talks will progress from the most recent archaeological and geologic history to the ancient plate.

geology of the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, New Hampshire. by Milton T. Heald Download PDF EPUB FB2

Use the New Hampshire Surficial Geology Mapping Index and the New Hampshire Bedrock Geology Mapping Index to find the status of surficial and bedrock mapping to date.

Refer to the lists of quad tile numbers in the left margin of the index maps, to find the map number for the map of the quadrangle of interest. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Heald, Milton T.

Geology of the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, New Hampshire. Concord, N.H.: New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, "The Geology of New Hampshire's White Mountains" looks like just another coffee table book on the Granite State's wonderfully beautiful mountains, but that would be a misleading impression.

This book, the product of a number of skilled hands and minds, is a serious, in-depth look at the geology of the White Mountains/5(7). Geology of the Mt. Chocorua quadrangle, New Hampshire, Unknown Binding – January 1, by Althea Page Smith (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New Author: Althea Page Smith. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. The item x 15 minute series (topographic): scale metric topographic map: [New Hampshire], B1-TM, Lovewell Moutina, New Hampshire, produced by the United States Geological Survey represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

Lovewell Mountain is a 2,foot ( m) mountain associated with the Sunapee Ridge in southwest New mountain is traversed by the mile (80 km) Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway and offers vistas from several ledges near its summit.

Much of the mountain is wooded with species of the northern hardwood forest type; stands of coniferous red spruce are common on the mountain's higher Location: Washington, New Hampshire. We hiked Lovewell Mountain, an easy/moderate mile hike with an elevation gain of only feet, even though the mountain is 2, feet.

The book (50 More Hikes in New Hampshire by Daniel Doan and Ruth Doan MacDougall) estimates a time of only hours; it's a good early season hike. It's part of the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway. Lingua Terrae Books catalogue: Geological Society of America Bulletin.

Structure and petrology of the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, New Hampshire. Extract Bulletin of the Geological Society of America Vol. 61; pp.15 fig., 2 photoplts., 2 fold. plts. Boucot, A.J.

& J.B. Thompson - Metamorphosed Silurian brachiopods from New. the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, southwestern New Hampshire' Heald (, p. ) also gave chemical analyses of coexisting biotite, cordierite, and garnet from this rock.

A phase analysis is made in the present paper of the cordierite-garnet-bearing plutonic rock and of its wallrock, the adjacent schist of the Littieton formation, following the.

General Information. Title: Structure and petrology of the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, New Hampshire Author(s): Heald, M.T. Publishing Organization: Geological Society of America Series and Number: Bulletin v, n.1 [p. 43] Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 43° 15' 0" N () South Latitude: 43° 0' 0" N ().

Phase relations in cordierite-garnet-bearing kinsman quartz monzonite and the enclosing schist, lovewell mountain quadrangle, New Hampshire Fred Barker Abstract. New Hampshire was home to the rock formation called the Old Man of the Mountain, a face-like profile in Franconia Notch, until the formation disintegrated in May The White Mountains range in New Hampshire spans the north-central portion of the state, with Mount Washington the tallest in the northeastern U.S.

OF THE ROYALSTON-RICHMOND AREA MASSACHUSETTS-NEW HAMPSHIRE (M.S. Thesis) by GEORGE E. SPRINGSTON Contribution No. 68 Department of Geology and Geography University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts September File Size: 8MB.

In we published a layperson's book, "The Geology of New Hamps hire's White Mountains", which covers many aspects of the geologic histo ry in the Presi dential Range (Eusden et al., ).

Mapping New Hampshire’s bedrock and surficial geology, mineral deposits, and stratified-drift aquifers, as well as producing geologic publications. Maintaining statewide databases of well completion records, water use information and surface water features.

Antique Lovewell Mountain, New Hampshire US Geological Survey Topographic Map – Stoddard, Washington, Lempster, Lovewell, Highland Lake VintageMapsCo 5. DEAPS Geology of the Mt. Washington area, New Hampshire, a glimpse into the evolution of the Appalachian Mountains By R.

Buchwaldt and F. Dudas The Appalachian Chain is the most elegant on Earth, so regularly arranged that its belts of formations and structures persist virtuallyFile Size: 1MB. Lovewell Mountain Quadrangle New Hampshire- 15 Minute Series Published by the United States Geological Survey.

Year Published: Edition Year: Places: Lempster, Washington, Marlow, Stoddard, Rating: % positive. 2U.S. Geological Survey and Stanford University, deceased. 3U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO Previous Work The minute Nashua South quadrangle was formerly named the Tyngsborough quadrangle.

Jahns mapped the New Hampshire part of the Tyngsborough quadrangle in and the Massachusetts part from to Jahns’ unpublished manuscript maps of the quadrangle, showing geologic Author: Gregory J. Walsh, Richard H. Jahns, John N. Aleinikoff. NEW HAMPSHIRE MASSACHUSETTS C L I N T O N - N E W B U R Y F A U L T Hudson pluton Hollis pluton Dracut pluton Wb T Nashua trough Rockingham anticlinorium C DLP Ayer pluton Chelmsford 71°37’30” 71°30’ 71°22’30” 71°15’ 42°52’30” 42°45’ 42°30’ 42°37’30” Nashoba zone Index to adjacent minute quadrangles South.

Descriptions of US Geological Survey Report Series Contact; Search Search. Aeromagnetic map of the Bellows Falls quadrangle and part of the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, Cheshire and Sullivan Counties, New Hampshire., and Windham and Windsor Counties, Vermont.

Migmatite occurrences in New England. Authors; Authors and affiliations Structure and petrology of the Lovewell Mountain Quadrangle, New Hampshire. Geol. Soc. J.M., Isachsen, Y.W.

and Hall, L.M. () Stratigraphy and structural geology of the Adirondack Mountains, New York: Review and synthesis. In The Grenville Event in the Cited by: 8. Note that the map book contains the 2nd edition map while the map sold separately is the new 3rd edition. The map book features: 76 day hikes Huts, campsites, and cabins New Hampshire Geologic Quadrangle Maps.

NHDES. $ KE: Keene & Brattleboro geology map. $ LO: Lovewell Mountain geology map. $ Surficial geologic map of the Milford quadrangle, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire() The Publications Warehouse does not have links to digital versions of this publication at this time. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK USGS Maps of New Hampshire.

USGS DRG maps for the state of New Hampshire are available here. USGS DRG o map of New_Hampshire N W B5 South Twin Mountain. USGS Maps. Map of New_Hampshire N W. 10/ image. Read Volume 61 Issue 1 of GSA Bulletin. We are a group of geologists, professional geologists and people interested in geology.

Our purpose is to advance the science of geology and the geologic sciences as a profession in New Hampshire. We publish four newsletters a year and host three dinner meetings with. The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S.

called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at "x29" or larger. Lovewell Mountain is covered by the Washington, NH US Topo Map quadrantAmes Hill: mi.

Shown mapped on North and South Moat Mountains, Kearsarge North [a mountain], Mount Lowell, southeast slopes of Mount Hancock, and Mount Tom. Age is Jurassic based on radiometric dates reported in Eby and others () (+/ Ma Rb/Sr whole-rock isochron on lower part of Moat, +/ Ma Rb/Sr whole-rock isochron on upper part of Moat, and +/-4 Ma and +/-4 Ma K.

Author: New Hampshire. Geological and Mineralogical Survey Published: Concord, E.A. Jenks, Language: English Format: Book Copies At: Bloomington.Get this from a library! Aeromagnetic map of the Bellows Falls quadrangle and part of the Lovewell Mountain quadrangle, Cheshire and Sullivan Counties, New Hampshire, and Windham and Windsor Counties, Vermont.

[J L Meuschke; A J Petty; Francis P Gilbert; Geological Survey (U.S.); New Hampshire. State Planning and Development Commission.].Here is an interpretation of the origin of the rocks and forces that shaped the Belknap Mountain Range, in NH.

Mt. Major, adjacent to Alton Bay, is one of the most climbed peaks in NH. This book is a geologic history as well as a guide to the trails. With text photos and sketches, Jay Long explains the complex circumstances that produced what some consider the widest diversity of igneous rocks.