Geologic Unit: Gile Mountain
Gile Mountain Formation (VT*,NH*,MA*)
Named from exposures on Gile Mountain in southern part of Strafford quadrangle, VT (Doll, 1944). [From US geologic names lexicon, USGS Bull. 1200]
Meetinghouse Slate Member (VT*,NH*), Northfield Member (VT*), Standing Pond Amphibolite Member (NH)
Unit Name History:
Named (C.G. Doll, , Vermont State Geol. 24th Rpt. 1943-1944, p. 18-19, pl. 3, 4) [From US geologic names lexicon, USGS Bull. 1200; synopsis not incuded here].
MA State Geol. Map usage (Zen and others, 1983).
Areal limits; Overview (Hatch and others, 1988).
Revised (Hatch, 1989).
Isotopic dating (Spear and Harrison, 1989).
Areal limits (Thompson, 1990).
Biostratigraphic dating (Hueber, 1990).
Revised (Hatch, 1991).
Age disputed (Offield and others, 1993).
Age modified; Overview; Contacts and stratigraphic position discussed (Moench and others, 1995).
Remarks on age (GNU Staff, 1995).
NH State Geol. Map usage (Lyons and others, 1997).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013