UMass Sesquicentennial

Massachusetts Geology Books

This program presents four thematic maps of Massachusetts, in five overlapping segments, including the State Geologic Map. It also contains maps of four more limited areas that include six...

"Cape Anne, Massachusetts has long been famous for its spectacular scenery and intriguing geology. This volume, written by a long time resident and geologist, brings to life the secrets of Cape...

With animations and a bit of humor, geologist-educator Richard Little takes you through the amazing events of the last 500 million years in the Connecticut River Valley region, and shows you why...

Prof. Richard Little hosts this 45-minute program, filled with air views, diagrams, animations, spectacular glacial locations from Canada to Alaska, some humor, and interviews with important...

Roadside Geology of Massachusetts explores the geologic history behind the rocks and landforms visible from the state's highways, including tours of Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Boston...

In vivid, non-technical prose, Written in Stone traces the geological changes in the American northeast since the continent perched on the equator and dinosaurs were young. Grand events unfold as...

Written by local geology expert Richard Little, this book is a great resource for the geologic layperson interested in the geologist history of the Connecticut Valley: from its formation during...

After introductory chapters on Berkshire geology, Author Ed Kirby takes you to some of the most scenic and interesting sites throughout the Berkshires of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York....

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University of Massachusetts
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Amherst, MA 01003-9297

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