Landslide presentation at Green Mountain Club, January 2020
Chittenden County, Vermont Multi-Hazard Analysis, NESEC report 2019
Free publication: A Field Guide to the Geology of Northern New England by M. Dorais, 2019 (253 pages includes VT, NH & ME)
Drone footage (courtesy of VTRANS) of the Cotton Brook landslide in Waterbury from June 12: Clip 1: Flight from the Cotton Brook channel to the head scarp at the top of the landslide. Clip 2: View of an active mudflow on the landslide surface comprised of glacial lake sand and clay, cobbles and small boulders.
Landslide inventory for Vermont (in progress) is posted on the open data portal. There's an option to view the data on a webmap. The inventory will be updated annually based on reported sites; completion of the statewide inventory is currently suspended.
Recently released open file reports and maps, updated November 2019
VG2019-1 Wright, S., 2019, Surficial geology and groundwater hydrology of the Richmond quadrangle, Vermont: Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG2019-1, scale 1:24,000, Report plus 5 plates. Report, Surficial Map, Overburden Thickness, Potentiometric Surface, Recharge Potential, Hydrologic Units
VG2019-2 Kim, J., Young, P., and Peterson, N., 2019, Bedrock Zones in Vermont and Radon in Air Test Points and Statistics: Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG2019-2, Readme file, Plate 1 and Plate 2.
VG2019-3 Springston, G., 2019, Surficial geology and hydrogeology of the Huntington 7.5 Minute Quadrangle, Vermont: Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG2019-3, scale 1:24,000, Report, Plate 1 - Surficial Map. GIS data.
VG2019-4 Van Hoesen, J., 2019, Surficial Geology and Hydrogeology of the Proctor 7.5 Minute Quadrangle, Vermont: Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG2019-4, scale 1:24,000, Report plus 9 plates. Report, Plate 1 - Surficial Map, Plate 2 - Overburden Thickness, Plate 3 -Potentiometric Surface, Plate 4 - Bedrock Well Yield, Plate 5 - Recharge potential (shallow), Plate 6 - Recharge potential (deep), Plate 7- Aquifer Potential, Plate 8- Hydrogegologic Units, Plate 9 - Data points.
Current projects (2019-2020) View the complete list of current mapping, hazards, and groundwater projects.