Geologic Unit: Kinsman
Kinsman Granodiorite of New Hampshire Plutonic Suite (NH*)
Kinsman Intrusive Suite of /New Hampshire plutonic series [informal] (NH)
["New Hampshire plutonic series" considered informal. The practice of employing "Series" for lithostratigraphic or lithodemic nomenclature is now regarded as improper. Term "Series" is applied formally only to chronostratigraphic units (ACSN, 1961, 1970; NACSN, 1983).]
Kinsman Notch, 5 mi west of North Woodstock, west-central NH (Billings and Williams, 1935).
Unit Name History:
First published use (Williams, 1934) [From GNC index card files; not synopsized].
Named Kinsman Quartz Monzonite (Billings and Williams, 1935).
Overview (Billings, 1937).
Revised (Billings, 1955) [From GNC index card files; not synopsized].
Revised; Areal limits; Overview (Billings, 1956).
Age modified (Cady, 1969).
Age modified; Isotopic dating (Lyons and Livingston, 1977).
Isotopic dating (Aleinikoff and others, 1979).
Revised (Chamberlain and Lyons, 1983).
Revised; Isotopic dating (Clark and Lyons, 1986).
Areal limits; Age modified; Isotopic dating (Thompson, 1990).
Revised; Age modified (Moench and others, 1995).
NH State Geol. Map usage (Lyons and others, 1997).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013