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Magnetite ~ Hudson Valley Geologist

Nov 06, 2010  Hudson Valley Geologist Random thoughts and opinions of a community college geology professor living in the mid-Hudson Valley of New York State. Steve View my complete profile. Email me: Follow by Email. Magnetite iron ore (with magnet) from Hudson Highlands, NY.

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Picture of the Week - Magnetite Mine ~ Hudson Valley Geologist

Feb 07, 2010  Picture of the Week - Magnetite Mine. Below is a picture taken of a magnetite iron mine in Harriman State Park I visit with students in my summer Geology of the Hudson Valley field course. Magnetite (Fe 2 O 3) is an important ore of iron. As its name implies, it's also magnetic. This mine is in Harriman State Park - a region known as the Hudson

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Magnetite Lodestone Mineral Photos, Uses, Properties

Magnetite is very easy to identify. It is one of just a few minerals that are attracted to a common magnet. It is a black, opaque, submetallic to metallic mineral with a Mohs hardness between 5 and 6.5. It is often found in the form of isometric crystals. It is the most strongly magnetic mineral

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A Brief Geologic History of the Hudson Valley

A Brief Geologic History of the Hudson Valley Middle Proterozoic Eon (1,300 800 Ma) Proto-North America, called Laurentia, was much smaller than the present-day continent and located deep in the Southern Hemisphere. The continental crust which today underlies New York State did not exist prior to this time. The area was a

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Geology Black Rock Forest Consortium

Geology Black Rock Forest is located at the intersection of the Highlands Physiographic Province; (also known as the New York-New Jersey Highlands,) with the Hudson River Basin. Spy Rock summit in Black Rock Forest is the highest point in the Highlands west of the Hudson River, at 1461 feet above sea level.

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Magnetite Geology Page

Magnetite is a mineral, one of the three common naturally occurring iron oxides (chemical formula Fe 3 O 4) and a member of the spinel group. Magnetite is the most magnetic of all the naturally occurring minerals on Earth.

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GEOLOGY - Garrison School Environmental Education

Geology also deals with the study of the history of all life that's ever lived on or is living on the earth now. Studying how life and our planet have changed over time is an important part of geology. The Hudson Highlands provides a great place to study geology. Plate tectonics collisions and shifts of the earth’s plates shaped our

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Regional Geology of Southeastern New York State for

The landscape and geology of the Hudson Highlands is magnifntly revealed at area. In the late stages of faulting, fluids deposited extensive magnetite deposits within the faults. This magnetite supplied iron ore to America from colonial times to the late The Hudson River valley in the highlands was carved to great depth by flowing

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10^9 Years, A Guide to the Geology of Westchester County, NY

10^9 Years, A Guide to the Geology of Westchester County, NY By Thomas McGuire (Including text by Yngvar Issachsen Steve Chanberlain) Rochester Mineralogical Symposium, 1991 (No ISBN, out of print) (excepted 2011 by the author) Chapter 5: Rock and Mineral Localities In and Near Westchester County Three points should be made very emphatically.

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Magnet clipart iron nail, Magnet iron nail Transparent

WebStockReview provides you with 15 free magnet clipart iron nail. Photo enthusiasts have uploaded Magnet clipart iron nail for free download here!

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Hudson Mohawk Professional Geologists Association

Hudson Mohawk . Professional Geologists Association . OCTOBER . MEETING . hmpga Lodestone is a magnetic form of Magnetite and is the only mineral that is a natural magnet. Magnetite is the mineral encompass the greater Capital District and Hudson Valley

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Geology of the Hudson River Access Genealogy

Geology of the Hudson River. Dennis ; The wide valley between them and the river is composed of Chemung, Hamilton, Lower Helderberg and Hudson River. The geology on the east or railroad side is entirely different. “Albany. The clay beds at Albany are more than 100 feet thick, and between that city and Schenectady they are underlaid by a

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Abstract: A GEOLOGY FIELD COURSE INCORPORATING THE

Geology of the Hudson Valley is an elective field-based summer course which often attracts interested community members and K-12 science teachers as well as traditional students. It is taught as an intensive eight-day course entirely in the field at locations ranging from Manhattan to Albany.

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Geology and Earth Science News, Articles, Photos, Maps and

Geology is one of the world's leading portals to geology and earth science news and information for rocks, minerals, gemstones, energy, volcanoes, earthquakes, careers, geologic hazards, and more.

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Chapter 3: Geology and Topography of Dutchess County, NY

Geology is the study of the earth, including all materials found at and below the earth’s surface. Geologists analyze the composition, origin, and ongoing changes in the rocks and Albany and scouring out the lake sediments within the Hudson Valley (Donnelly et al., 2005).

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GEOLOGY OF THE HUDSON VALLEY BETWEEN THE

GEOLOGY OF THE HUDSON VALLEY BETWEEN THE HOOSIC AND THE KINDERHOOK. By T. NELSON DALE. INTRODUCTION. This treats of a strip of the Hudson Valley between the Hudson River on the west and the Rensselaer Plateau and the Taconic Range on the east. It is roughly bounded on the north by the Hoosic

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Rockhounding New York by Robert Beard - Geology

"A field guide to some of the New York's best rockhounding sites!" This book is a 6" x 9" back with 277 pages, descriptions, maps, and photos.

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Mid-Hudson Valley Gem Mineral Society, Inc. - Home

Welcome to the website for the Mid-Hudson Valley Gem Mineral Society, based in Poughkeepsie, NY. We are a society for people who love rocks, gems, fossils, field collecting, jewelry-making, and general earth science--people known as "rockhounds."

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Hudson Valley Mysteries Unexplained Phenomena In New

Jun 18, 2017  It mostly covers stone chambers and stone walls in New England, but the Hudson Valley and Putnam County stone structures are also mentioned in the talk. The video features a TON of images and offers interesting information and lots to think about!

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Graham Valley, Pokororo, Tasman Region, New Zealand

Graham Valley, Pokororo, Tasman Region, New Zealand : The study (Gill, Johnston, 1970) was conducted on a 5 kilometre square area around the north and south branches of the Graham River valley, focussing on five localities. Pyroxenite with minor

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The old mines and mineral localities on Anthony’s Nose, on

Above - False color aerial photograph of Anthony’s Nose region taken in 1994 on the left, and USGS topographic map of the West Point Quadrangle, photo revised in 1981, of the same area on the right and the three mineral localities described in this .

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New York Mines - miningartifacts

The modern history of mining in New York State began in the southeastern part of the state. Mining spread, with the European settlers, up the Hudson Valley and into the North Country and westward through the Mohawk Valley to western New York State. Not all portions of the state are equally endowed with mineral wealth.

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Iron Bridge Mine (North Star; Glacier Valley), Abydos

Iron Bridge Mine (North Star; Glacier Valley), Abydos Station, Port Hedland Shire, Western Australia, Australia : Magnetite mine. Operated by Fortescue Metals Group. Iron Bridge, also commonly called North Star (North Star and Glacier Valley are the names

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Structures of the Hudson-Valley Fold-Thrust Belt in the

Structures of the Hudson-Valley Fold-Thrust Belt in the Appalachian Foreland of Eastern New York Stephen Marshak1, Kurtis C. Burmeister2, Pragnyadipta Sen1, Petr V. Yakovlev3 and Yvette D. Kuiper3 1Department of Geology, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801 2Department of Geosciences, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California 95211

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Graham Valley, Pokororo, Tasman Region, New Zealand

Graham Valley, Pokororo, Tasman Region, New Zealand : The study (Gill, Johnston, 1970) was conducted on a 5 kilometre square area around the north and south branches of the Graham River valley, focussing on five localities. Pyroxenite with minor

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The old mines and mineral localities on Anthony’s Nose, on

Above - False color aerial photograph of Anthony’s Nose region taken in 1994 on the left, and USGS topographic map of the West Point Quadrangle, photo revised in 1981, of the same area on the right and the three mineral localities described in this .

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New York Mines - miningartifacts

The modern history of mining in New York State began in the southeastern part of the state. Mining spread, with the European settlers, up the Hudson Valley and into the North Country and westward through the Mohawk Valley to western New York State. Not all portions of the state are equally endowed with mineral wealth.

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Iron Bridge Mine (North Star; Glacier Valley), Abydos

Iron Bridge Mine (North Star; Glacier Valley), Abydos Station, Port Hedland Shire, Western Australia, Australia : Magnetite mine. Operated by Fortescue Metals Group. Iron Bridge, also commonly called North Star (North Star and Glacier Valley are the names

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Structures of the Hudson-Valley Fold-Thrust Belt in the

Structures of the Hudson-Valley Fold-Thrust Belt in the Appalachian Foreland of Eastern New York Stephen Marshak1, Kurtis C. Burmeister2, Pragnyadipta Sen1, Petr V. Yakovlev3 and Yvette D. Kuiper3 1Department of Geology, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801 2Department of Geosciences, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California 95211

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Geologic units in Hudson county, New Jersey

Light-yellowish-green to dark-green, fine-grained, massive serpentinite containing locally abundant magnetite where fresh. Contains a variety of serpentine minerals and alteration products where sheared or weathered. Exposed only along the Hudson waterfront in Hoboken but present elsewhere in

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NBMGRockGarden - Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology

Several pieces of diamond drill core in the rock garden are from this granite as well. Feel free to take a few pieces for your personal rock and mineral collections, but please take only one of any rock type per person, so that others may collect as well. Thank you, and enjoy Nevada’s great and interesting geology! Jonathan G. P, Ph.D.

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Hudson River Valley Region - Geology Cafe

Hudson River Valley Region. The Hudson River flows southward from headwater areas in the Adirondacks region to Troy, New York, where it approaches sea level and becomes an estuary (becoming brackish and under the influence of tides).

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(PDF) Geology of Central Park - From Rocks to Ice

Geology of Central Park From Rocks to Ice. across the Hudson Valley Ninth Annual Conference on Geology of Long Island and metropolitan New

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The old mines and mineral localities on Anthony’s Nose, on

Award-winning article on several mineral occurrences dating to the 1850s still availe for collecting in the Hudson valley, New York by John Betts, lecturer, author New York A Review of Three Mineral Localities - Page 4 Magnetite was once the principal ore at Philips Mine when the mine was ed in the early years for iron ore.

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A Day in the Life of the Hudson River Estuary Special

_____ Register me - 8/16/16 Geology of the Lower Hudson River from Hudson Highlands to NYC Day Highlights: ! Meet at Bear Mountain Lodge ! Hudson Highlands - oldest rocks in New York State at over 1 billion years old. Grenville orogeny ! Magnetite iron ore. Historical importance ! Course of river through Highlands. Revolutionary War importance

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Hudson River Journeys: The Geology of the River - YouTube

Jan 05, 2014  Find out more about the history of the hudson that is written in the rocks along its sides. Hudson River Journeys: The Geology of the River Jacob Tanenbaum Destination Anywhere-The Hudson

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The Hudson River Valley: Geological History, Landforms

Pleistocene geology of the eastern, lower Hudson valley, New York, in Weiss, D. (ed.), New York State Geological Association Field Trip Guidebook, 61st Annual Meeting, Middletown, NY, pp. 23140. Sirkin, L., and Stuckenrath, R. 1980. The Portwashingtonian Warm Interval in the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain. Geological Society of America

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Hudson Valley Community College HVCC

It is a great honor to be the president of Hudson Valley Community College, an institution with a national reputation for academic excellence and exemplary serv to its

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A Day in the Life of the Hudson River Estuary Special

_____ Register me - 8/16/16 Geology of the Lower Hudson River from Hudson Highlands to NYC Day Highlights: ! Meet at Bear Mountain Lodge ! Hudson Highlands - oldest rocks in New York State at over 1 billion years old. Grenville orogeny ! Magnetite iron ore. Historical importance ! Course of river through Highlands. Revolutionary War importance

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Hudson River Journeys: The Geology of the River - YouTube

Jan 05, 2014  Find out more about the history of the hudson that is written in the rocks along its sides. Hudson River Journeys: The Geology of the River Jacob Tanenbaum Destination Anywhere-The Hudson

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The Hudson River Valley: Geological History, Landforms

Pleistocene geology of the eastern, lower Hudson valley, New York, in Weiss, D. (ed.), New York State Geological Association Field Trip Guidebook, 61st Annual Meeting, Middletown, NY, pp. 23140. Sirkin, L., and Stuckenrath, R. 1980. The Portwashingtonian Warm Interval in the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain. Geological Society of America

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Hudson Valley Community College HVCC

It is a great honor to be the president of Hudson Valley Community College, an institution with a national reputation for academic excellence and exemplary serv to its

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Geological history of the Hudson Valley The Catskill

Jan 03, 2019  The Hudson Valley: 400 years? Or 400 million? Stories in Stone 2009 Updated by Robert and Johanna Titus. This year (2009) marks the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s voyage up the Hudson River. This is a real landmark and there will be a large number of events commemorating Hudson’s historic journey, as well there should.

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Geology of the Hudson Highlands Trailism

Geology of the Hudson Highlands region Harriman State Park The rocky exposures along the trails throughout Harriman State Park consist dominantly of granite and amphibolite gneiss that are cut locally by small quartz veins, and sometimes by migmatiteThe primary ore in all the mines was magnetite, a black, shiny, highly magnetic iron mineral

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NYC Regional Geology

The terrace along the base of Bear Mountain represents the base level position of the Hudson River Valley prior to Pleistocene glaciation. Figure 29. Trail system and investigation sites in Bear Mountain State Park, including the location of Anthony's Nose parking area on the east side of the Hudson River.

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Geology The New York State Museum

The mission of the Geology Department and New York State Geological Survey (NYSGS) is to conduct geologic research, evaluate mineral resources and geologic hazards of the State of New York, and make the data and adv derived from that research availe to State agencies, the educational community, and the public for the health, safety, and economic welfare of the citizens of the State.

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Rocks, Gems and Minerals in the State of New York

Magnetite Magnetite is a mineral consisting of iron oxide and is magnetic in nature. These minerals are found in the form of cubes and when examined closely, the main outer cube is composed of a number of smaller cubes forming a magnetic colony inside. Magnetite is opaque and found in

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Geotripper: The Sierra Beyond Yosemite: Another Caldera

The Long Valley Caldera is currently at rest, but hot magma still exists at a depth of three or four miles. As noted in some of my previous posts, the Long Valley Caldera exploded in apocalyptic fury about 760,000 years ago, releasing some 150 cubic miles of ash into the atmosphere. As the eruption evolved, the Earth's crust collapsed into a

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Geology of New York (state) - Wikipedia

The geology of New York is made up ancient Precambrian crystalline basement rock, forming the Adirondack Mountains and the bedrock of much of the state. These rocks experienced numerous deformations during mountain building events and much of the region was flooded by shallow seas depositing thick sequences of sedimentary rock during the Paleozoic.

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THE MAGNETITE-FLUORAPATITE ORES FROM THE EASTERN

THE MAGNETITE-FLUORAPATITE ORES FROM THE EASTERN ADIRONDACKS, NEW YORK: CHEEVER MINE Mountains and Hudson Highlands, and from Silurian-age sedimentary rocks in central and Valley et al

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Hudson Valley - Wikipedia

Geology and physiography. The Hudson River valley runs primarily north to south down the eastern edge of New York State, cutting through a series of rock types including Triassic sandstones and redbeds in the south and much more ancient Precambrian gneiss in the north (and east). In the Hudson Highlands, the river enters a fjord cut during previous ages.

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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BEDROCK

Stanford, S.D., 1993, Surficial geology of the Weehawken and Central Park quadrangles, Bergen, Hudson and Passaic Counties, New Jersey: NJ Geological Survey, Open File Map OFM-13, scale 1:24000. Stanford, S.D., 2010, Onshore record of Hudson River drainage to the continental shelf from the late Miocene through the

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