Mantle upwelling beneath New England - Rutgers University press release and National Geographic summary of Levin and others' paper: it's very deep, geologically young (up to ~60 millions of years old) and changing very slowly (millions of years).
Geoscience in Your State - Fact sheets from AGI, August 2017
VG2017-5 Wright, S., Surficial Geology and Hydrogeology of the Town of Weathersfield, Vermont [Report, Plate 1 - Surficial Map, Plate 2, Plate 3, Plate 4, Plate 5]: Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG2017-5, scale 1:24,000.
Thompson, P. J., Gale, M., Laird, J. and Honsberger, I., 2011, Transect across the north-central Green Mountains from the carbonate shelf to ultramafic slivers in the Taconian subduction zone: in West, D.P., Jr., ed., Guidebook for field trips in Vermont and adjacent New York: New England Intercollegiate Geologic Conference Guidebook #103, Trip A1, p. 1-27.
The Future of Vermont's Drinking Water - 2017 conference presentations
Report a Landslide - fill out an online form to help us locate landslides in Vermont
Recently released open file reports, updated August 2017
VG2017-2 Thompson, P. J., and Thompson, T. B., 2017, Bedrock Geologic Map of the Mount Mansfield 7.5 Minute Quadrangle, Vermont: VGS Open File Report VG2017-2, (Plate 1 - Map, Plates 2 - 3), scale 1:24,000. Supersedes VG99-3. GIS Data.
VG98-2 Thompson, PJ and Thompson, TB, 1998, Digital bedrock geologic map of the Johnson quadrangle, Vermont: VGS Open-File Report VG98-2, 2 plates, scale 1:24000. GIS Data. (Reformatted 2017)
VG99-1 Compilation bedrock geologic map of the Jay Peak quadrangle, Compiled by B. Doolan, 1999: VGS Open-File Report VG99-1, 1 plate, scale 1:24000. (Reformatted 2017)
VG95-6A Stanley, RS, Walsh, G, Tauvers, PR, DiPietro, JA, and DelloRusso, V, 1995, Digital compilation bedrock geologic map of the Mt. Ellen quadrangle, Vermont: VGS Open-File Report VG95-6A, 2 plates, scale 1:24000. GIS data. (Reformatted 2017)
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