CAROLINA GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY

 

About CGS

Publications

Annual Meetings

Membership

2010s

2010        State: SC

Coastal Processes Field Trip: Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, and Edisto Beach State Park

by Miles O. Hayes, Jacqueline Michel, and Tim Kana

This rare September field trip introduced participants to the general geomorphology and coastal processes of the South Carolina Coast, with specific stops concerning inlet migration and transgressive barrier island complexes.   42 pages.

Hard copy source: Out of print        gb 2010.pdf


2011        State: NC

Geology, Natural Gas Potential, and Mineral Resources of Lee, Chatham, and Moore Counties, North Carolina

by Timothy W. Clark, Kenneth B. Taylor, and Philip J. Bradley

Stops included outcrops of the Late Triassic Sanford, Cumnock, and Pekin Formations, as well as an abandoned 19th-century coal mine, some of the oldest plant fossils in North Carolina, a discussion on the potential energy resources in the area from shale gas, and pyrite collecting from a nearby pyrophyllite quarry.   42 pages.


Hard copy source: Out of print             gb 2011.pdf


2012        State: SC

Geologic Studies of the Inner Piedmont, Brevarrd Zone, and Blue RIdge, South Carolina and North Carolina

by John M. Garihan, William A. Ranson, Suresh Muthukrishnan, James L. Bridgeman, and Tom Goforth

Hard copy source: Out of print            gb 2012.pdf



2013        State: NC

One Arc, Two Arcs, Old Arc, New Arc: The Carolina Terrane in Central North Carolina

edited by  James Hibbard and Jeff Polluck

Hard copy source: Price $33.00 Contact CGS Secretary-Treasurer

gb 2013.pdf


2014        State: SC

Recognizing the Cambrian Rheic margin of Carolinia in the Kings Mountain terrane 

by Allen Dennis

The field trip will focus on the characteristics of the Rheic passive margin of Carolinia as the terrane rifted from Amazonian Gondwana in the Cambrian, and will review recent geochronology completed in the Kings Mountain terrane.  The trip will also include a stop across the central Piedmont shear zone in the Hallman-Beam spodumene pegmatite mine in Bessemer City, North Carolina.


                                            gb 2014.pdf


2014        State: SC

The Geology of Crowders Mountain State Park, North Carolina - A Guide for the Non-Geologist

by Phil Bradley

Prepared in conjunction with the 2014 Carolina Geological Society’s Annual Field Trip, this document explains the Geology of the Crowders Mountain State Park area with terms and explanations geared towards those with little to no geologic knowledge.  Contains two (2) pull-out 11” x 17” geologic maps.



GeologyCrowdersMntStatePark.pdf


2015        State: SC

Tectonic History of the Eastern Piedmont in South Carolina

by Donald T. Secor,Jr., C. Scott Howard, and Robert H. Morrow IV

Coming Soon





2016       State: NC

Coming Soon

 


Green

Border


Mountain

Field Trip


Blue

Border


Piedmont

Field Trip


Yellow

Border


Coastal Plain

Field Trip

2010s Field Trip Guidebooks

Home/Contact UsHome.htmlHome.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0
Trouble loading page?

Click here.Guidebooks.htmlGuidebooks.htmlshapeimage_6_link_0shapeimage_6_link_1

2010

2010

Click below to browse CGS Guidebooks by Decade:


1950s    1960s    1970s    1980s    1990s    2000s    2010s

Next MeetingNext_Meeting.htmlNext_Meeting.htmlshapeimage_7_link_0

Click below to browse CGS Guidebooks by Decade:


1950s    1960s    1970s    1980s    1990s    2000s    2010s