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Unpublished Carbonates Maps
Below you will find links to a set of eighteen, 1:24,000 scale quadrangle compilation sheets delineating carbonate rocks of western Connecticut. The primary author was Leo Hall, 1978, with contributions by Harwood 1971, for South Sandisfield Quad, and possibly other areas. These maps include an assortment of geologic data- geologic contacts, outcrops, and notes.
This map set contains unpublished maps, cross- sections, and related information archived by the State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut as part of the Survey Library Collection. For many geographic areas, more current information exists, either in published or unpublished form.
These materials were largely developed under research and mapping agreements between the State Geological Survey and individual scientists, academic institutions, or graduate students. Some of these materials have been received by the State Geological Survey as donations. The veracity of the information contained within these documents is the responsibility of the authorship. The State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, does not promote or endorse this content, nor does the State Survey attest as to its level of accuracy. 
Original documents are available for inspection by contacting the Connecticut State Geologist.
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These materials have been preserved under a cooperative agreement between the State Geological Survey and the US Geological Survey as part of the National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program. www.datapreservation.usgs.gov
Content last updated August 12, 2014