Maps, Data, Publications, and Resources
Origin of the Rocks at Bishop and Clerks Shoal and Collier Ledge, Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts – Field Report. 34 (Massachusetts Geological Survey, 2005).
Origin of the rocks at Bishop and Clerks shoal and Collier Ledge, Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts: Field report. 36 (Office of the Massachusetts State Geologist, 2004). at <http://www.geo.umass.edu/stategeologist/Products/reports/BCFieldReport.pdf>
Onshore-offshore surficial geologic map of the Provincetown Quadrangle, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. (2012).
Onshore-Offshore Surficial Geologic Map of the Newburyport East and Northern Half of the Ipswich Quadrangles, Massachusetts. Geologic Map (2010).
Note: this version has been peer reviewed, edited, and supersedes all previously published, open-file, versions of this map (2010)
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).
New England Intgercollegiate Geological Conference (NEIGC). at <http://w3.salemstate.edu/ lhanson/NEIGC/index.html>
NeMO Explorer - virtual tour at the New Millennium Observatory, a seafloor observatory at an active underwater volcano. at <http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/explorer.html>
NEIGC Fieldtrip guidebooks for various parts of New England. at <http://w3.salemstate.edu/ lhanson/NEIGC/Guidebooks.html>
National Park Service Teacher Resources. at <http://www2.nature.nps.gov/geology/education/index.cfm>
National Earthquake Information Center, Earthquake Hazards Program. at <http://earthquake.usgs.gov/regional/states.php?regionID=21®ion=Massachusetts>
Massachusetts earthquake information from the USGS.
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).
Monazite geochronology of the Proterozoic Ortega Quartzite; documenting the extent of 1.4 Ga tectonism in the Tusas Range and beyond. New Mexico Geology 24, 59 - 59 (2002).
Monazite geochronology of the Ortega Quartzite: documenting the extent of 1.4 Ga tectonism in northern New Mexico and across the orogen. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 34, 10 - 10 (2002).
Monazite geochronology of Proterozoic quartzites; a powerful tool for understanding reactivation of continental lithosphere in the Southwestern United States. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 34, 26 - 26 (2002).