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Prehistoric Life of New Jersey, Pallis, Ted, Dalton, Richard, and Parris, David, 2012, approximate scale 1 to 507,000, size 27x33, 1 table. Price: $10.00. New (3-28-2012)

Poster shows over 50 prehistoric images superimposed on a geologic map of New Jersey along with geologic time table, explanatory text, and references.

New Jersey Rocks and Sediments Kit (Set of samples with booklet) Price $16.00 each or $11.00 each for 5 or more.

Rock and Sediment Kit

Seventeen representative New Jersey rock and sediment samples. Includes 2 igneous rocks (diabase and basalt), 4 metamorphic rocks (slate, quartzite, marble, and gneiss), 4 sedimentary rocks (shale, sandstone, limestone, and dolomite), 5 sediments (peat, clay, glass sand, lime sand, and greensand), and 2 ores (ironstone and magnetite). Rock samples average 1-1/2 x 1-1/2 inches. Sediments are in plastic containers 1-1/2 x 1-1/2 inches. Includes a 20 page booklet which describes samples, gives definitions of major rock types, provides a geologic time scale and lists many New Jersey museums, mineral and fossil collecting clubs, and other sources of information for teachers, students, and parents. Also provides a page-size color geologic map of the state (8-1/2 x 11 inch map).

Free Online Educational Information

New Jersey Rocks and Sediments (booklet only), Dooley, J. H., and Harper, D. H., 1996, revised 1998 and 2005, 20 p., 5 illus., 2 tables.

Geology of High Point State Park, Sussex County, New Jersey, Witte, Ron W. and Monteverde, Don H., 2005, 44 p., 30 illus.

Pagesize Geologic Map of New Jersey, 1999, size 8-1/2 x 11, SCALE: 1 to 1,000,000 (1 in. equals approximately 16 mi.)

Small-scale geologic map showing occurrence of rocks by geologic period in color. Text on back describes NJ physiographic provinces, landforms, rock types and mineral resources.

New Jersey's State Dinosaur: Hadrosaurus foulkii, 1996,

Foldout pamphlet about the first dinosaur skeleton ever found.

Generalized Stratigraphic Table for New Jersey, 1990,

Earthquakes in New Jersey, Dombroski, Daniel, R., Jr., 1973, revised, 1977, 30 p. 1 illus.,

Up to date list with a location map is at Earthquakes Epicentered in New Jersey or GIS data at DGS04-1.

Earthquake Risk in New Jersey, Dombroski, Daniel R., Jr., 1998 (revised 2005), 14 p., 3 illus., 3 tables.

Battles and Skirmishes of the American Revolution in New Jersey (MAP), 1974, size 28 x 48,
Map locates and lists data of military encounters. Boundaries are shown as in the 1770's.

The Geology of Round Valley Recreation Area, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 1997. 18p., 11 illus.

Potable Water Supplied in 1999 by New Jersey's Highlands. Adobe™ PDF file.

2013 Summary of Statemap Geologic Mapping Program in New Jersey. Adobe™ PDF file. updated

Aquifer Recharge Program Mapping at the Survey

Homeowners Guide to Arsenic in Drinking Water

Discovery of Stromatolites in the Franklin Marble, New Jersey Highlands

Newsletter (Adobe™ PDF file)

Information Circulars (Adobe™ PDF Files)

Earth Science Classroom Lessons

Earth Science Classroom Lessons and supporting materials for grades K-12 are available.


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