Maine Geological Survey (MGS) is part of the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry. The Maine Geological Survey provides the people and businesses of Maine with essential geologic information about the land where we live and work.
The Bibliography of Maine Geology collection lists publications from non-MGS sources that pertain to the geology of Maine. The availability of these documents varies, see below:
- Free PDFs - Files downloadable from non-MGS web sites.
- MGS Library - Printed items kept in the MGS in-house library that can be used by visiting the office. This collection does not circulate.
- MGS Digital Library - Digital versions of selected items not produced by MGS, but that can be viewed by visiting the office.
- For reference - MGS does not have printed or digital copies of these items. Citations from the MGS Bibliography of Maine Geology are listed for research purposes only.
Submissions from 2005
A collector's guide to Maine mineral localities, Woodrow B. Thompson, Donald L. Joyner, Raymond G. Woodman, and Vandall T. King
Submissions from 1998
Geology of northern Penobscot Bay, Maine, with contributions to geochronology, D B. Stewart and R D. Tucker
Submissions from 1991
Submissions from 1990
Maps showing the distribution of chromium, molybdenum, and uranium in stream sediments, Sherbrooke and Lewiston 1 x 2 degree quadrangles, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, Gary A. Nowlan, Frank H. Howd, Frank C. Canney, and James A. Domenico
Maps showing the distribution of copper, lead, and zinc in stream sediments, Sherbrooke and Lewiston 1 x 2 degree quadrangles, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, Gary A. Nowlan, Frank H. Howd, Frank C. Canney, and James A. Domenico
Maps showing the distribution of tin, tungsten, arsenic, gold, and silver in nonmagnetic heavy-mineral concentrates derived from stream sediments, Sherbrooke and Lewiston 1 x 2 degree quadrangles, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, Gary A. Nowlan, Frank H. Howd, Frank C. Canney, and James A. Domenico
Submissions from 1984
Submissions from 1981
Bimodal Silurian and Lower Devonian volcanic rock assemblages in the Machias-Eastport area, Maine, Olcott Gates and Robert H. Moench
Submissions from 1976
Geologic map of the Rumford [15-minute] quadrangle, Oxford and Franklin Counties, Maine, Robert H. Moench and Carol T. Hildreth
Submissions from 1973
Submissions from 1972
Geology of the Attean quadrangle, Somerset County, Maine, Arden L. Albee and Eugene L. Boudette
Submissions from 1971
Submissions from 1967
Geological-geophysical investigations of bedrock in the Island Falls [15-minute] quadrangle, Aroostook and Penobscot Counties, Maine, E B. Ekren and Frank C. Frischknecht
Geology and petrology of the Greenville [15-minute] quadrangle, Piscataquis and Somerset Counties, Maine, Gilbert H. Espenshade and E L. Boudette
Submissions from 1965
Geology of the Bridgewater [15-minute] quadrangle, Aroostook County, Maine with a section on geophysical surveys, Louis Pavlides, Andrew Griscom, and Martin F. Kane
Submissions from 1964
Geology of the Greenville [15-minute] quadrangle, Maine, Gilbert H. Espenshade and E L. Boudette
Submissions from 1963
Bedrock geology of the Danforth [15-minute] quadrangle, Maine, David M. Larrabee and Charles W. Spencer
Submissions from 1962
Geology and manganese deposits of the Maple and Hovey Mountains area, Aroostook County, Maine, Louis Pavlides and Charles Milton
Submissions from 1959
Surficial geology of the Poland [15-minute] quadrangle, Maine, John Bernard Hanley