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The Geology of
A note about the bulletin
The Geology of Mount Blue State Park by Kost A. Pankiwskyj was originally published in 1965 and reflects the geologic understanding of the time. Since 1965, interpretations of the geology of the area have changed somewhat, but the localities and features discussed in the bulletin will be of interest to anyone planning to visit the park.
- A Geological Tour of Tumbledown Mountain - a tour of the geology of a mountain just west of Mount Blue State Park.
- Use the Maps and Publications Search to search for other recent mapping and geologic investigations in the Mt. Blue area.
- Moench, R. H., Boone, G. M., Bothner, W. A., Boudette, E. L., Hatch, N. L., Jr., Hussey, A. M., II, Marvinney, R. G., and Aleinikoff, J. N., 1995, Geologic map of the Sherbrooke-Lewiston area, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, United States, and Quebec, Canada: U. S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Series, I-1898-D, 56 p., 2 sheets, colored geologic map, scale 1:250,000.
Last updated on July 15, 2015