Geologic Unit: Glastonbury
Glastonbury Gneiss (CT*,MA*)
Glastonbury, Hartford Co., central CT (Rodgers and others, 1956).
Unit Name History:
Named Glastonbury Granite Gneiss (Gregory, 1906).
Not used (Emerson, 1917; Foye, 1949).
Age modified; Overview (Collins, 1954).
Age modified (Herz, 1955).
Redescribed as Glastonbury Formation (Aitken, 1955).
Age modified; Derivation of name (Rodgers and others, 1956).
Age modified (Stugard, 1958).
Revised; Age modified (Rodgers and others, 1959).
Isotopic dating; Age modified (Brookins and others, 1963; Brookins and Hurley, 1965).
Redescribed as Glastonbury Gneiss; Isotopic dating; Age modified (Lyons and Faul, 1968).
Isotopic dating; Age modified (Brookins and others, 1969).
Age modified (Snyder, 1970; Leo and others, 1977; Leo, 1977; Brookins, 1980).
MA State Geol. Map usage (Zen and others, 1983).
Age modified (Robinson and Luttrell, 1985).
CT State Geol. Map usage; Age modified (Rodgers, 1985).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013