The Connecticut River Valley is a geological paradise. Once you learn to read its rocks and landscape, the valley becomes a museum, a 300-mile-long museum of our earth's history. The following essays, contributed by area geologists, will guide you into the valley's past.

  • An Overview of Connecticut River Valley Geology

  • Ice Ages in New England

  • Glacial Lake Hitchcock

  • Landforms

  • Mesozoic Fossils - Dinosaur Tracks