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  1. Geology of the New York Region | U.S. Geological Survey
    Laurentia collided with another continental plate in what is now called the Grenville Orogeny. The collision created a large mountain range along Laurentia's ...
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  2. Geology | The New York State Museum
    The mission of the Geology Department and New York State Geological Survey (NYSGS) is to conduct geologic research, evaluate mineral resources and geologic ...
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  3. New York Geology | New York Nature by Betsy McCully
    Nov 12, 2018 ... During the Taconic Orogeny, the granite bedrock was overthrust and interlayered with the schist and marble strata, forming the so-called ...
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  4. AMNH | Geology of NYC| Manhattan Prong | Geology of Central Park
    New York City & Regional Geology ... A geologic map of Manhattan, the Bronx, and parts of Queens and Brooklyn. New York City is primarily composed of sediments ...
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  5. Geology of New York State
    Jun 17, 2013 ... Buehler, E.J., Geology of Western New York, Guidebook, New York State Geological. Association, 38 th. Annual Meeting, Department of Geological ...
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  6. NYSCPG - Home
    The New York State Council of Professional Geologists (NYSCPG) is the principal organization of professional geologists responsible for the advancement of the ...
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  7. Geological History of NYC Parks : NYC Parks
    The bedrock in the city ranges in age from 1.1 billion to 190 million years old, and the rocks we see at the surface are the roots of an ancient mountain chain ...
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  8. Geology of New York (state) - Wikipedia
    The igneous and metamorphic crystalline basement rock of New York formed in the Precambrian and are coterminous with the Canadian Shield. ... These rocks date to ...
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  9. How Geology Shaped New York City's Skyline
    May 27, 2020 ... The former mountains of New York probably achieved heights similar to what we see in the Himalayas today. Buried beneath 8 miles of growing ...
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  10. NYS Geology:Frequently Asked Practice Questions
    Title VIII of the New York State Education Law and Title 8 of the Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York (8NYCRR) control both licensing and ...
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