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The Geology of Dummerston, Vermont

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With Marjorie Gale, Vermont State Geologist. September 19, 2019. Marjorie Gale, the Vermont State Geologist and Director of the Vermont Geological Survey describes the geology of Dummerston and how Dummerston "came to be" - from the early rock and land formations, up through the glaciers and the development of our soils, to the landscape we enjoy today. There is a Q&A after the program. The most recent geologic and surficial maps of the region are presented during the program. Marjorie joined the Vermont Geological Survey in 1996 and is co-author of the Bedrock Geologic Map of Vermont (2011). She spent most of her career mapping bedrock, developing groundwater resource maps, working on GIS projects, and doing outreach. She now directs programs which focus on mapping, groundwater and hazards in Vermont. For an interesting related article, Making the 2011 Bedrock Map of Vermont go to https://dec.vermont.gov/geological-survey/publication-gis/VTrock/mapmade

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Monday, September 9, 2019 - 13:45

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