Geologic Unit: Bethlehem
Bethlehem Granodiorite of the New Hampshire Plutonic Suite (NH*)
Bethlehem Gneiss of the New Hampshire Plutonic Suite (VT)
Exposures on Green Mountain, 2 mi southwest of Landaff, Moosilauke 15-min quadrangle, NH. Named from Bethlehem, NH (Billings, 1956).
Unit Name History:
Named Bethlehem gneiss (Hitchcock, 1872).
Overview (Hitchcock, 1877).
Age modified; Areal limits (Hitchcock, 1896).
Revised; Age modified (Hitchcock, 1904; Billings and Williams, 1935).
Revised (Billings, 1937).
NH State Geol. Map usage; Revised; Age modified (Billings, 1955).
Overview; Type locality (Billings, 1956).
Age modified (Cady, 1969).
Age modified; Isotopic dating (Lyons and Livingston, 1977).
Revised (Chamberlain and Lyons, 1983; Clark and Lyons, 1986).
Age modified; Isotopic dating; Areal limits (Moench, 1990).
Areal limits (Thompson, 1990).
Revised; Age modified; Isotopic dating (Moench and others, 1995).
NH State Geol. Map usage (Lyons and others, 1997).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013