Bedrock Geologic Map of Vermont - Geochronology Sample Locations

The bedrock geology was last mapped at a statewide scale 50 years ago at a scale of 1:250,000 (Doll and others, 1961). The 1961 map was compiled from 1:62,500-scale or smaller maps. The current map was created to integrate more detailed (1:12,000- to 1:24,000-scale) modern mapping with the theory of plate tectonics to provide a framework for geologic, tectonic, economic, hydrogeologic, and environmental characterization of the bedrock of Vermont.�This dataset is not symbolized. �You can access symbolized layer files for the entire VT bedrock geology map here: see the metadata and readme files at the publication website listed below for more details:

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Maintainer Admin_VCGI VCGI
Last Updated July 26, 2019, 19:44 (CDT)
Created July 26, 2019, 19:44 (CDT)
Issued 2016-12-05T14:22:35.000Z
Modified 2018-04-16T13:33:48.610Z
accessLevel public
metadata_type geospatial
publisher VT Center for Geographic Information
resource-type Dataset
source_datajson_identifier true
source_hash a0ed43fd910682f7b8acf11632d45cfacaa9f3f9
source_schema_version 1.1
spatial -73.519802,42.718208,-71.450617,45.018809