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Preliminary bedrock geologic Map of the Webster quadrangle, Massachusetts. Open-File Report (2009).
[Draft] Preliminary bedrock geologic map of the Oxford quadrangle, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Providence County, Rhode Island and Windam County, Connecticut. Open File Report (2005).
GIS and metadata are forthcoming
Preliminary compilation of the bedrock geology of the land area of the Boston 2 degree sheet, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. USGS Open File Report (1977). at <http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/ofr77285>
An alternative interpretation of the geology of the eastern part of the state.
Improving seismic hazard assessment in New England through the use of surficial geologic maps and expert analysis. Special Paper - Geological Society of America 493, 221 - 242 (2012).
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).
Report to the government of the British Virgin Islands on the status of beach erosion and water pollution. 130 (1994).
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
Landslides: Investigation and Mitigation. Special Report 673 (The National Academies, 1996). at <https://www.mytrb.org/Store/Product.aspx?ID=5300>
Progress map of the onshore-offshore surficial geologic map of the North Truro quadrangle, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
Onshore-offshore surficial geologic map of the Provincetown Quadrangle, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. (2012).
A field study (Massachusetts, USA) of the factors controlling the depth of groundwater flow systems in crystalline fractured-rock terrain. Hydrogeology Journal 18, 1839 - 1854 (2010).
Implications of anthropogenic river stage fluctuations on mass transport in a valley fill aquifer. Water Resources Research 45, @CitationW04427 - @CitationW04427 (2009).
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