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  1. Geology | The New York State Museum
    Responsibilities of the Department/NYSGS include maintaining a comprehensive inventory of the geologic resources, conducting research into the characteristics ...
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  2. Geology of New York (state) - Wikipedia
    The geology of New York State is made up of ancient Precambrian crystalline basement rock, forming the Adirondack Mountains and the bedrock of much of the ...
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  3. New York City Geology | AMNH
    New York City Geology. More in Earth and Planetary Sciences.
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  4. New York geologic map data
    A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in New York, with lithology, age, data structure, and format written and arranged just like the other states.
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  5. NYS Geology
    Sep 10, 2020 ... Licensed Professions: Geology. ... New York State Professional Geology Licensure through Endorsement. Information on applying for licensure ...
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  6. Geology of New York : A Simplified Account (New York State ...
    The State contains parts of several major geologic provinces: the Canadian Shield, the Taconic thrust belt, the Alleghanian fold and thrust belt, the Allegheny  ...
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  7. Travels in Geology: Adventuring in upstate New York and ...
    The rocks in the region are mostly metamorphic, formed under great heat and pressure at depths of up to 30 kilometers in Earth's crust. Much of the rock is ...
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  8. Geology
    Jun 17, 2013 ... 3.3 THE GEOLOGIC ORIGIN OF NEW YORK SOILS . ... Figure 3-1 Generalized Bedrock Geology of New York. (New York State Geological ...
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  9. Unique Geologic Features - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
    Does your project site contain unique geologic features? ... Features of geologic interest at the abandoned LeRoy Quarry ... Located in New York County
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  10. Hot Rocks: A Geological History of New York City Parks
    New York City's geology has influenced—and impeded—the landscape design of its parks, from the natural schist outcroppings that Olmsted & Vaux took ...
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