The Geology of the Hardwick Area, Vermont

This resource is available as a downloadable file, ESRI Service, and as a Web Feature service. Resource includes a Bedrock map, Tectonic map, and a text on Bedrock geology in the Hardwick area, Vermont. Abstract: Metamorphosed Upper Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian and probable Devonian sedimentary and intermediate to basic igneous rocks have been deformed in at least two stages and subsequently cut and locally metamorphosed by Devonian granodiorites. The principal stages of deformation seem related to the development of the Green Mountain anticlinorium and the Willoughby arch. Each of these large-scale structural features has related smaller scale linear and planar fabric elements. Criteria are given that are useful in assigning the small-scale fabric features to either the development of the Green Mountain anticlinorium or the formation of the Willoughby arch. Vertical movement appears to have played it conspicuous role in the formation of both the Green Mountain anticlinorium and the Willoughby arch.

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Citation Date 1964-01-01T12:00:00

Harvest Information

Original ID ba2f0b9d21f71acfe10609f76e11669a
Index Date 2017-08-30T16:25:58Z
Original Format ISO-USGIN
Original Version 1.2

Author

Name Ronald H. Konig and John G. Dennis
Position missing
Organization Vermont Geological Survey
Email marjorie.gale@state.vt.us

Geographic Extent

North Bound 44.75
South Bound 44.5
East Bound -72.25
West Bound -72.5