Autumn colors reflected on Paradox Lake in the Adirondack Mountains

A boat sits along a dock on Paradox Lake. The autumn colored trees are reflected in the placid lake.

Detailed Description

The Northeast Bedrock Mapping Project consists of scientists conducting geologic mapping and scientific research of complexly deformed crystalline igneous and metamorphic rocks in the Northeastern United States. Current mapping activities are focused in New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and New York. The Project produces high-quality, multi-purpose digital geologic maps and accompanying databases and reports to solve diverse problems in high-priority areas. The research is part of a Federal component of the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program called FEDMAP. FEDMAP geologic mapping advances nationwide geologic mapping and associated research as mandated by the National Geologic Mapping Act of 1992 (Public Law 102-285). The FEDMAP program produces world-class digital geologic maps and 3D framework models based on state-of-the art observation and scientific interpretation directed by high priority national issues.

Examination of exposed bedrock outcrops by boat expedites geologic mapping on large lakes. To learn more, visit the Northeast Bedrock Mapping Project.

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Image Dimensions: 3264 x 1436

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Lat / Long: 43.886195000000 / -73.677151000000

Location Taken: US