New York City Geology
One of the world's great rocks, this glittering stone underlies most of Manhattan Island.
Geologic Localities Around New York City
The U.S. Geological Survey wants to show you some good sites, starting in Central Park on this page.
New York and San Francisco Geology Compared
New York City and San Francisco, and their geologic blessings.
Central Park Geology
Charles Merguerian's authoritative, personable guide to the rocks and landforms of this great destination is actually a thorough introduction to northeastern U.S. geology.
Earthquake Hazard of the NYC Region
A recent paper shows that the metropolitan region could have significant earthquakes from nearby faults.
Geology and Geography of New York Bight Beaches
A venerable and valuable introduction from Hunter College.
Harriman State Park Geology
The old magnetite mines and Precambrian rocks of this park near New York City are well shown. Don't miss the masterfully written geologic history of the park by geologists at Rutgers University.
Long Island Geologists
A group affiliated with State University of New York at Stony Brook that includes geologic field-trip guides and much else.
Staten Island Geology
A small page on the College of Staten Island site has a map and notes about this special place.
New York Geology Resource Page
Since 1996, Mustafa Ben Gooda has had the best single set of links for New York geology on the Web. Almost everything is there.
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