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NJ-GeoWeb 3.0 - Geology Profile is an interactive mapping application that provides information about New Jersey's Geology, Aquifers, Well Head Protection Areas, Earthquake Epicenters, Abandoned Mines, Landslides and more.

Earthquakes layer updated.

Maps and Publications Sales New

Publication Order Form | Maps and Publications Sales General Information

List of Geologic Maps by USGS Quadrangle | USGS 7.5 min Quadrangle Index Map of New Jersey

OFM 118, Geology of the Oswego Lake Quadrangle, Burlington and Ocean Counties, New Jersey, Stanford, Scott D., 2017, scale 1 to 24,000, size 36x53, 2 cross-sections, 6 figures and 1 table. Price $10.00. Download PDF (11-28-2017)

OFM 117, Bedrock Geologic Map of the Perth Amboy and Arthur Kill Quadrangles, Middlesex and Union Counties, New Jersey, Volkert, Richard A., Monteverde, Donald H. and Stanford, Scott D., 2017, scale 1 to 24,000, size 35x47, 2 cross-sections, and 2 figures. Price $10.00. Download PDF (10-10-2017)

OFM 112, Surficial Geologic Map of part of the Bushkill Quadrangle, Warren County, New Jersey and Monroe County, Pennsylvania, Witte, Ron W., 2017, scale 1 to 24,000, 2 plates plates sizes 34x37; 34x59, 1 cross-section, 7 figures and 1 table. Price $10.00. Download PDF (7-18-2017)

GEODATADigital Geodata Series

DGS 04-1 Earthquakes Epicentered in New Jersey (11-8-2017)

DGS09-1 Reservoir Storage and Related Diversions in the Passaic and Hackensack River Basins, 1898 to 2015updated(10-30-2017)

DGS 17-1, Oil and Natural Gas Exploration Wells Drilled in New Jersey.

Free Publications to Download

Newsletter (Adobe™ PDF files)

On-Line Information

AASG Mid-Conference Field Trip, 2010 Download PDF

2018 DIY Calendar "Surficial Geologic Map of New Jersey"New Download PDF

TM 17-1, Highest Elevations by County in New Jersey, Alexandra Petriman, 2017, 64 pages, 2 Tables and 90 figures. Download PDF (2.35 MB)

Surficial Geologic Map of New Jersey, 2016, size 8-1/2 x 11, SCALE: 1 to 1,000,000 (1 in. equals approximately 16 mi.) Download PDF.

Bedrock Geologic Map of New Jersey, 2016, size 8-1/2 x 11, SCALE: 1 to 1,000,000 (1 in. equals approximately 16 mi.) Download PDF. updated

Information Circulars (Adobe™ PDF files)

Generalized Stratigraphic Table for New Jersey updated (10-10-2017)

Stockton, New Jersey and the Stockton Formation (6-27-2017)

What's in a Rock? A Dinosaur Track from New Jersey at the State Museum in Trenton (6-27-2017)


Historical Publications

Earth Science Week


Celebrate Earth Science Week (October 8-14, 2017). Theme: Earth and Human Activity.

The Earth Science Week site contains Tips for Participants, Student Activities, Education Standards, Proclamations,
Press Releases, Links and other information.

Last revised January 16, 2018.

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