UMass Sesquicentennial

Maps, Data, Publications, and Resources

Conference Proceedings
Weaver, R. A., Mabee, S. B., Williams, K. W. & Curry, P. J. Factors influencing groundwater inflows in a newly constructed cross-strike tunnel, eastern Massachusetts; 5, Geochemical interpretation of groundwater inflows. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 31, 348 - 348 (1999).
Hardcastle, K. C., Curry, P. J., Williams, K. W. & Mabee, S. B. Factors influencing groundwater inflows in a newly constructed cross-strike tunnel, eastern Massachusetts; 2, Fracture-supported coincident lineaments and subsurface structures. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 31, 348 - 348 (1999).
Williams, K. W., Mabee, S. B., Hardcastle, K. C. & Curry, P. J. Factors influencing groundwater inflows in a newly constructed cross-strike tunnel, eastern Massachusetts; 4, Occurrence and characterization of groundwater inflows. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 31, 348 - 348 (1999).
Manda, A. K., Mabee, S. B. & Hubbs, S. A. Field mapping and fracture characterization techniques predict groundwater preferential flow paths in fractured bedrock aquifers, Nashoba Terrane, MA. AGU Fall Conference, 2005 86, 1477 (2005).
Nathan, S. A., Leckie, M. R. & Mabee, S. B. Foraminifera ecology on the continental shelf, Merrimack Embayment, Gulf of Maine, New England. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 42, 82 - 82 (2010).
Mabee, S. B. & Kopera, J. P. Fracture characterization maps; a new type of geologic map for hydrogeologic applications. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 37, 145 - 145 (2005).
Salamoff, S. A., Mabee, S. B., Kopera, J. P. & Wise, D. U. Fracture characterization of crystalline bedrock for groundwater investigations; an example from the Marlborough Quadrangle, Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 36, 113 - 113 (2004).
Mabee, S. B. & Hardcastle, K. C. Fracture characterization; valuable inputs for modeling groundwater flow in fractured bedrock. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28, 77 - 77 (1996).
Mabee, S. B. & Kopera, J. P. Fracture patterns across two terrane boundaries in eastern Massachusetts; implications for regional groundwater flow and recharge. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38, 434 - 434 (2006).
Kopera, J. P. et al. Geochemistry of gneisses and amphibolites in the Uchee Belt of western Georgia and eastern Alabama; an ACRES progress report. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32, 31 - 31 (2000).
Rhodes, J. M., Koteas, C. G. & Mabee, S. B. Granite as a geothermal resource in the Northeast. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 44, 76 - 76 (2012).
Mabee, S. B., Hardcastle, K. C. & Wise, D. U. Ground truth? Relationship between lineaments and bedrock fabric. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 21, A68 - A68 (1989).
Kopera, J. P., P. House, K., Schmidt, M. & Clark, R. Guiding principles for use of digital technology in geologic data collection and distribution. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 46, 75 - 75 (2014).
Koteas, C. G., Rhodes, J. M., Mabee, S. B., Goodhue, N. & Adams, S. A. Identifying and examining potential geothermal resources in non-traditional regions, examples from the northeastern U.S. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 43, 40 - 40 (2011).
Koteas, C. G. et al. Implications for non-traditional geothermal resources in southern New England; variability in heat potential based on thermal conductivity and geochemistry studies. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 44, 76 - 77 (2012).
Fleming, B. J., Boutt, D. F. & Mabee, S. B. Implications of diurnal river fluctuations on mass transport in a valley-fill aquifer. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38, 468 - 468 (2006).
Becker, L. R. et al. Improving seismic hazard assessment in New England through the use of surficial geologic maps and expert analysis. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45, 50 - 51 (2013).
Kopera, J. P. The influence of ductile structure and rheological heterogeneity on brittle structures as exhibited by Avalonian granites in southeastern Massachusetts. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40, 3 (2008).
Mabee, S. B., Woodruff, J. D., Fellows, J. & Kopera, J. P. Landslides from Tropical Storm Irene in the Deerfield Watershed, western Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 45, 83 - 84 (2013).
Mabee, S. B. Lineaments; their value in assessing regional groundwater availability and quality in bedrock aquifers of glaciated metamorphic terrains; a case study. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 25, 35 - 35 (1993).
Kopera, J. P. The Nashoba Terrane: A new tectonostratigraphy and shared structural styles with the Merrimack belt in Massachusetts. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47, 42 (2015).
Kopera, J. P. & Mabee, S. B. A new way of looking at, and mapping, bedrock; the hydrostructural domain map of the Ayer Quadrangle, northeastern Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38, 166 - 166 (2006).
Thompson, P. J., Kopera, J. P. & Solway, D. R. Stratigraphy and structure of the rocks underlying Boston Harbor: new insights on the Cambridge argillite and associated diamictites and diabase sills. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44, 43 (2012).
Kopera, J. P. & Massey, M. A. A structural framework for the Nashoba Terrane in eastern Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 45, 107 (2013).
Venti, N. L. et al. Subtle modification of glacially derived materials along Massachusetts’ southern coast by passing summer storms. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 47, 136 (2015).

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