Worcester Mountains
Vermont Geological Survey
The Geological Survey conducts mapping and research related to the geology, resources and topography of Vermont
Bedding in the Pinnacle Formation
Vermont Geological Survey
Bedding and fractures influence groundwater and surface water flow
Elm Street following rock slide in Montpelier
Rockfall in Montpelier
Geologists monitor landslides and rockfalls so that Vermonters can avoid these hazards
2011 Bedrock Map of Vermont
Geologic Map of Vermont
Bedrock and surficial geologic maps serve as a base for studies of groundwater, health, hazards and ecosystems

Vermont Geological Survey

The Vermont Geological Survey, also known as the Division of Geology and Mineral Resources in the Department of Environmental Conservation, conducts research and mapping relating to the geology, resources and topography of the State. Accessible geoscience data, maps and publications provide a foundation for understanding and stewardship of natural resources. The Survey also provides information to the public, government, industry, and other organizations who request assistance; reviews projects as they relate to Criteria 9D and 9E of Act 250; and maintains and publishes Vermont geological information. 

Please contact us at : 1 National Life Dr., Main 2, Montpelier, VT 05620-3902
State Geologist and Director:   Marjorie Gale  (802) 522-5210  e-mail: marjorie.gale@vermont.gov
Geologist/Environmental Scientist:  Jonathan Kim, Ph.D.  (802) 522-5401  e-mail: jon.kim@vermont.gov
Geologist/Environmental Analyst:  Colin Dowey  (802) 477-2115  e-mail: colin.dowey@vermont.gov

 

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Agency of Natural Resources
Department of Environmental Conservation
Vermont Geological Survey

Main Building - 2nd Floor
One National Life Drive
Montpelier, VT 05620-3902

Vermont Geological Survey Contact Information