Geologic Unit: Coys Hill
Coys Hill Porphyritic Granite Gneiss (MA*)
Coys Hill Granite (NH*)
Coys Hill, west-central MA (Emerson, 1917).
Unit Name History:
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First used as Coys Hill granite (Emerson, 1898).
Named Coys Hill Granite (Emerson, 1917).
Age modified (Field, 1975).
Extended into NH; Age modified; Removed from New Hampshire plutonic series/suite (Ashwal and others, 1979).
Isotopic dating (Robinson, 1979).
MA State Geol. Map usage (Zen and others, 1983).
Redescribed as Coys Hill Porphyritic Granite Gneiss in MA (Robinson and Luttrell, 1985).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013