Adirondack Mountains

The Adirondack Mountains are a domical uplift of Mesoproterozoic basement rocks in northern New York, representing the southern extension of the continguous Grenville Province.


1:24,000 – scale bedrock geology mapping in the Eastern Adirondack Mountains

Regan et al., 2015 – Eagle Lake field trip guide

Timing and mechanisms of leucogranite emplacement

Chiarenzelli et al., 2017

Structural setting and metamorphism of the Marcy anorthosite massif

Regan et al., 2011

Copper-Kiln (Cooper-Kill) Landslide Field Trip guide

Peck et al. (2018) – In-situ zircon geochronology

Regan et al. (2019) – Marcy massif detachment zone

Tectonic and magmatic evolution of the Southern Grenville Province

Chiarenzelli et al., 2010

Chiarenzelli et al., 2011

Regan et al., 2011

Peck et al., 2013

Timing and significance of the Grizzle Ocean shear zone