Maps, Data, Publications, and Resources
Digital Versions of Older NEIGC Guidebooks (1920-1989). at <http://www.library.unh.edu/digital/category/science-technology>
Dinosaurs, Dunes, and Drifting Continents: the Geohistory of the Connecticut Valley. at <http://www.earthview.pair.com/publications.html>
Exploring the Berkshire Hills: A Guide to Geology and Early Industry in the Upper Housatonic Watershed. at <http://www.earthview.pair.com/publications.html>
Geologic Fieldtrip Guidebook database for North America - (AGI). at <http://guide.georef.org/dbtw-wpd/guidens.htm>
National Park Service Teacher Resources. at <http://www2.nature.nps.gov/geology/education/index.cfm>
The USGS Landslide Handbook– A Guide to Understanding Landslides. at <http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/1325/>
A Bibliography of Massachusetts Minerals 1796 - 1948. Special Department Publication (Dept. of Geology and Mineralogy, U-Mass, 1950).
Massachusetts mineral and fossil localities. (Krueger Enterprises, 1978). at <http://www.geo.umass.edu/stategeologist/Gleba_Mass_Fossil-Min_Localities.pdf>
Western Massachusetts Mineral Localities. (Valley Geology, 1992).
The stone quarry industry: Pelham, Massachusetts. (1998). at <http://umass.worldcat.org/title/stone-quarry-industry-pelham-massachusetts/oclc/39956300&referer=brief_results>
A copy of this publication can be viewed at the U-Mass Libraries special collections
The Flow of Time - 500 Million Years of Geohistory in the Connecticut River Valley. (Earthview LLC, 2000). at <http://www.earthview.pair.com/publications.html>
The Rise and Fall of Lake Hitchcock - New England's Greatest Glacial Lake. (Earthview LLC, 2000). at <http://www.earthview.pair.com/publications.html>
The American Geological Institute - News and Resources for geoscientists and teachers. at <http://www.agiweb.org/index.html>
Beneski Museum of Natural History at Amherst College (Amherst, MA). at <https://www.amherst.edu/museums/naturalhistory>