Geologic Unit: Ammonoosuc
Ammonoosuc Volcanics (NH*,CT*,MA*,ME*,VT*)
A district bounded on the north by Slate Ledge School and Partridge Lake, on the south by Youngs Pond (Ogontz Lake) and Tinkerville, Grafton Co., northern NH. Named from Ammonoosuc River (Billings, 1935).
Unit Name History:
Named (Billings, 1934).
Overview (Billings, 1935).
Areally extended (Hadley, 1949).
Age modified (Cady, 1960).
MA State Geol. Map usage (Zen and others, 1983).
Age modified (Moench and others, 1984).
Not used (Moench and Pankiwskyj, 1988).
Revised; Areal limits (Moench, 1990).
Age modified; Isotopic dating (Tucker and Robinson, 1990).
Age modified; Isotopic dating; Extended into ME; Revised (Moench and others, 1995).
NH State Geol. Map usage; Age modified; Isotopic dating (Lyons and others, 1997).
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Asterisks (*) indicate usage by the U.S. Geological Survey. Other usages by state geological surveys.
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013