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Bedrock Geologic Map of Old Mine Park

Bedrock Geologic Map of Old Mine Park
The Bedrock Geologic Map of The Old Mine Park Area, Trumbull, Connecticut, is a collaboration between the State Geological Survey, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Geological Society of Connecticut. The map is a modern scientific survey of the Park geology, depicting bedrock units, mineralogy, geologic structures, and geochronology, with an explanatory text. An accompanying geologic guidebook and GIS data are forthcoming in 2020.

 

This map is a contribution toward the modernization of Connecticut bedrock mapping. It provides improvements in our understanding of Earth processes and resources, as well as enhances geoscience information needed for land management and societal applications.


For further information about geologic mapping in Connecticut, contact the 
Connecticut State Geologist.

Citation: Moritz, Harold,  Devlin, William,  Wintsch, Robert,  Hillenbrand, Ian, and  Kläng, Zachary, 2019, Bedrock Geologic Map of The Old Mine Park Area, Trumbull, Connecticut, [15MB PDF] State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, in cooperation with The Geological Society of Connecticut, 1:1,600 scale, CGNHS OF19-2, v1.0.


OLD MINE PARK IS OWNED AND MANAGED BY THE TOWN OF TRUMBULL, DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION.  COLLECTING OF ROCKS AND MINERALS IS PROHIBITED.

  

 

Content last updated June 15, 2020