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Description of the geology of the state of New Jersey

being a final report

by New Jersey Geological Survey.

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Published by C. Sherman & co., printers in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- New Jersey

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Henry D. Rogers, state geologist ...
      ContributionsRogers, Henry D. 1808-1866.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE141 .A1 1840
      The Physical Object
      Pagination301 p.
      Number of Pages301
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6929437M
      LC Control Number03016960

      Relief shown by hachures. "Note: Submitted for correction to J.P. Lesley Geological Survey of Pennsylvania." "Entered according to act of Congress by Charles Desilver Eastern District of Pennsylvania." Includes stratigraphic table and geological cross-sections. LC copy shellacked, cracked, missing small internal section, mounted on cloth backing, quartered, and rubber-stamped. Geology of the county of Cape May, state of New Jersey. By. New Jersey Geological Survey. Cook, George Hammell, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Trenton,Printed at the office of the True American, Notes: Submitted to the state geologist by Geo. H. Cook.

      Physiographic Provinces of New Jersey New Jersey. Geological Survey I. nformation Circular. New Jersey’s landscape has formed during more than a billion years. of geologic processes such as mountain building, erosion and deposi-tion. This history has given the State distinctive landforms that are divided into four regions (Salisbury, , Size: KB. The province boundaries were derived from the Bedrock Geology of New Jersey data set as well as the information in The Physical Geography of New Jersey: Final report of the State Geologist, Vol. 4, by Roland D. Salisbury, publication date Complete None planned Dictionary of Geological Terms.

      Rutgers catalogs serve as the source for degree and major requirements, as well as academic policies and procedures. Most catalogs are available in a searchable online format. They are typically updated on a two-year cycle. Rutgers online catalogs are environmentally friendly, enabling students to print information as needed. Archived print catalogs are maintained in university libraries.   Geology of New York: A Simplified Account, edited by Y.W. Isachsen et al., is an up-to-date description of the state’s geology. It includes a series of sixty-one block diagrams showing the history of New York throughout geologic time, but it lacks Author: Mark Cummings.


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