geology publications

Radon

Radon is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that forms naturally from the radioactive decay of uranium in rocks, surficial materials, and soils over millions of years. After formation, radon can move through fractures and layering in rocks or through connected pores in surficial materials and soils and enter a home through the foundation. Exposure to radon in indoor air is estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to be the second leading cause of lung cancer, with smoking being the first.

Technical Reports

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Technical Reports consist of reports by consultants, in-house reports and poster presentations for specific geologic and societal issues.

Open File Reports

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Open File reports include 1:24,000 scale bedrock, surficial, and groundwater maps published between 1963 and the present.  Open File reports have a minimal level of review for conformance with editorial standards.  All interpretations are those of the author. Most recent maps are Open File reports and include GIS data.

Economic Geology Reports

Economic Geology reports are detailed geologic reports of the geology, geophysics and/or geochemistry of specific mines, deposits and areas.

EC#1:  A Report on Magnetic Surveys of Ultramafic Bodies in the Dover, Windham and Ludlow Areas, Vermont, VJ Murphy, 1966, 54 p

EC#2: Report on a Resistivity Survey of the Monkton Kaolin Deposit and Drill Hole Exploration, JA Wark, 1968, 6 plates, 31 p

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