2 edition of Guidebook to the geology of the Philadelphia area found in the catalog.
Guidebook to the geology of the Philadelphia area
Bruce K. Goodwin
|Statement||by Bruce K. Goodwin.|
|Series||Pennsylvania.Topographic and Geologic Survey.Bulletin, G41, Bulletin G ;, 41.|
|LC Classifications||QE158 .P5G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 189 p.|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||65064130|
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Geology of the Philadelphia Region. The Philadelphia Geological Society endeavors to provide information on geology to a broad audience: members, other geologists, students, teachers, and the general public. On these pages you can find: • Background on the geological history of the area • Descriptions of notable local geologic features • A list of resources.
Geology. Geology is the study of Earth -- the materials that make it up, the processes that act on those materials, and the history of the planet and its life forms.
The rocks under a specific area have a significant impact on how that land can best be used. Philadelphia is a city of vibrant neighborhoods bordered by a region of charming towns, with each area owning a distinctive personality.
Explore the neighborhoods and towns in and around Philadelphia — their storied streets, interesting attractions, buzzed-about restaurants and year-round happenings.
The Geology of Pennsylvania-- an page, comprehensive book about Pennsylvania geology; 90 authors from academia, industry, and government contributed to this special publication, which can be purchased from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
DCNR > Geology > Geology of PA > County Rock Maps. Begin Main Content Area County Rock-Type Maps of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has a great diversity of bedrock that is at or near the surface.
In the southeastern part of the state, there are crystalline (igneous and metamorphic) rocks. Philadelphia. Guidebook Illustrating the Geology of the Philadelphia Area.
Seventeenth Annual Field Conference of Pennsylvania Geologists, The geology of the Chester Valley was explored, giving participants a general overview of the mineralogy and geology of the area.
Conference Host: Bryn Mawr College Conference Headquarters: Bryn Mawr, PA. Search this Guide Search. Philadelphia Maps and Geographic Information: Environmental Digitized version of Geologic map of Pennsylvania (2nd ed.), Philadelphia County Soils.
Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA. Geologic units in Philadelphia county, Pennsylvania Wissahickon Formation (Probably lower Paleozoic) at surface, covers 43 % of this area Includes oligoclase-mica schist, some hornblende gneiss, some augen gneiss, and some quartz-rich and feldspar-rich members due to various degrees of granitization.
- Further information on membership, including an application, is available on this site. - View a calendar of meetings, including the next scheduled lecture. - We also offer useful links to other web sites of relevance to Pennsylvania geology.
- You can access information on the history of the Society as well. - Learn about Philadelphia-area geology and find related resources. Roadside Geology and Geology Underfoot books will help you learn about the geology of your favorite state.
These books are great to take on a trip, but they work even better if you use them in advance to plan your trip wisely. Each book is a 6"x9" paperback loaded with maps, photos, cross-sections, sketches and expert descriptions.
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(west section): Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Map edited " In upper margin at center: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Resources, Topographic and Geologic Survey.
Pa. coordinate and UTM grids. Includes notes, "Index to scale maps" [inset], location map, and bar-code.Photographs and information for a large collection of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks.