Some references for Articles on Casco Bay Geology

1. Bothner, W. A. and A. M. Hussey, II (1999). "Norumbega connections; Casco Bay, Maine, to Massachusetts?" Special Paper - Geological Society of America 331: 59-72.

2. Bristow, K. and Anonymous (2000). "Kinematic analysis of Hermit Island; the Norumbega fault zone, southeastern Maine." Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32(1): 7.

3. Doll, W. E., W. J. Domoracki, et al. (1996). "Seismic reflection evidence for the evolution of a transcurrent fault system; the Norumbega fault zone, Maine." Geology (Boulder) 24 no. 3: 251-254.

4. Dunn, G. R. and H. M. Lang (1988). "Low pressure metamorphism in the Orrs Island-Harpswell Neck area, Maine." Maritime Sediments and Atlantic Geology 24(3): 257-265.

5. Ferry, J. M. (1976). "Metamorphism of calcareous sediments in the Waterville-Vassalboro area, South-central Maine; mineral reactions and graphical analysis." American Journal of Science 276(7): 841-882.

6. Ferry, J. M. (1976). "P, T, f (sub CO2) , and f (sub H2O) during metamorphism of calcareous sediments in the Waterville-Vassalboro area, South-central Maine." Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 57(2): 119-143.

7. Ferry, J. M. (1980). "A comparative study of geothermometers and geobarometers in pelitic schists from South-central Maine." American Mineralogist 65 no. 7-8: 720-732.

8. Ferry, J. M. (1982). "A comparative geochemical study of pelitic schists and metamorphosed carbonate rocks from south-central Maine, USA." Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 80(1): 59-72.

9. Ferry, J. M. (1984). "A biotite isograd in south-central Maine, USA; mineral reactions, fluid transfer, and heat transfer." Journal of Petrology 25 no. 4: 871-893.

10. Ferry, J. M. (1988). "Contrasting mechanisms of fluid flow through adjacent stratigraphic units during regional metamorphism, south-central Maine, USA." Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 98(1): 1-12.

11. Ferry, J. M., P. H. Osberg, et al. (1989). "Regional metamorphism and fluid-rock interaction in a Buchan Terrane, Waterville-Augusta, Maine." Contribution - Geology Department, University of Massachusetts 63: 1-16.

12. Grover, T. and H. Lang (1995). "Examination of a well-exposed sequence of garnet through sillimanite zone metapelitic rocks in Casco Bay." Annual Meeting - New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference, Guidebook 87: 195-210.

13. Grover, T. W., H. M. Lang, et al. (1993). "Progressive low pressure metamorphism of metapelitic rocks from the Casco Bay area, southwestern Maine." Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 25(2): 20.

14. Guidotti, C. V., J. T. Cheney, et al. (1989). "Metamorphism in western Maine; an overview." Contribution - Geology Department, University of Massachusetts 63: 17-37.

15. Guidotti, C. V., J. T. Cheney, et al. (1988). "Compositional variation of biotite as a function of metamorphic reactions and mineral assemblage in the pelitic schists of western Maine." American Journal of Science 288-A: 270-292.

16. Guidotti, C. V. and M. J. Holdaway (1993). "Petrology and field relations of successive metamorphic events in pelites of west-central Maine." Contribution - Geology Department, University of Massachusetts 67, Vol. 1: L.1-L.26.

17. Guidotti, C. V. and S. E. Johnson (2002). "Pseudomorphs and associated microstructures of western Maine, USA." Journal of Structural Geology 24 no. 6-7: 1139-1156.

18. Guidotti, C. V., G. S. Solar, et al. (2000). "The classic high-T-low-P metamorphism of west-central Maine; is it post-tectonic or syntectonic? Evidence from porphyroblast-matrix relations; discussion and reply." The Canadian Mineralogist 38(4): 995-1007.

19. Hogan, J. P. and A. K. Sinha (1989). "Compositional Variation of Plutonism in the Coastal Maine Magmatic Province: Mode of Origin and Tectonic Setting." Maine Geological Survey: Studies in Maine Geology 4: 1-33.

20. Holdaway, M. J., B. L. Dutrow, et al. (1988). "Devonian and Carboniferous metamorphism in west-central Maine; the muscovite-almandine geobarometer and the staurolite problem revisited." American Mineralogist 73(1-2): 20-47.

21. Holdaway, M. J., C. V. Guidotti, et al. (1982). "Polymetamorphism in medium- to high-grade pelitic metamorphic rocks, West-central Maine." Geological Society of America Bulletin 93(7): 572-584.

22. Hollaway, M. J. and B. Mukhopadhyay (1993). "Geothermobarometry in pelitic schists; a rapidly evolving field." American Mineralogist 78 no. 7-8: 681-693.

23. Hurley, P. M., H. W. Fairbairn, et al. (1958). "Intrusive and metamorphic rock ages in Maine and surrounding areas." Geological Society of America Bulletin 69(12, Part 2.): 1591.

24. Hussey, A. M., II (1989). Geology of Southwestern Coastal Maine. Neotectonics of Maine; studies in seismicity, crustal warping, and sea-level change. W. A. Anderson and H. W. Borns, Jr. Augusta, ME, Maine Geological Survey. 40: 25-42.

25. Hussey, A. M., II (1994). "Geology of the coastal lithotectonic belt, southwestern Maine." The Maine Geologist 20 no. 3.

26. Hussey, A. M., II and W. A. Bothner (1995). "Geology of the coastal lithotectonic belt SW Maine and SE New Hampshire." Annual Meeting - New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference, Guidebook 87: 211-228.

27. Hussey, A. M., II, W. A. Bothner, et al. (1986). Geological comparisons across the Norumbega fault zone, southwestern Maine. Annual Meeting - New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference, Guidebook, vol.78. D. W. Newberg. location varies, publisher varies: 53-78.

28. Hussey, A. M., III (1988). "Lithotectonic stratigraphy, deformation, plutonism, and metamorphism, greater Casco Bay region, southwestern Maine." Studies in Maine Geology 1: 17-34.

29. Kelley, J. T., D. F. Belknap, et al. (1989). "An investigation of neotectonic activity in coastal Maine by seismic reflection methods." Bulletin - Maine Geological Survey 40: 157-204.

30. Lang, H. M. and G. R. Dunn (1990). "Sequential prophyroblast growth during deformation in a low-pressure metamorphicterrain, Orrs Island-Harspwell Neck, Maine." Journal of Metamorphic Geology 8 no. 2: 199-216.

31. Lang, H. M., T. W. Grover, et al. (1993). "Evidence for rapid mineral growth, reaction overstepping and disequilibrium in magmatically-heated metapelites, Casco Bay area, Maine." Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 25(6): 102.

32. Lux, D. R. and C. V. Guidotti (1985). "Evidence for extensive Hercynian metamorphism in western Maine." Geology 13(10): 696-700.

33. Newberg, D. W. (1986). The Norumbega fault zone between Bath and Freedom, Maine. Annual Meeting - New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference, Guidebook. D. W. Newberg. location varies, publisher varies. 78: 80-97.

34. Osberg, P. H. (1971). "An equilibrium model for Buchan-type metamorphic rocks, south-central Maine." American Mineralogist 56(3-4): 570-586.

35. Sisson, V. B. and L. S. Hollister (1990). "A fluid-inclusion study of metamorphosed pelitic and carbonate rocks, south-central Maine." American Mineralogist 75(1-2): 59-70.

36. Solar, G. S. and M. Brown (1999). "The classic high-T--low-P metamorphism of west-central Maine; is it post-tectonic or syntectonic? Evidence from porphyroblast-matrix relations." The Canadian Mineralogist 37(2): 311-333.

37. Spear, F. S. and C. G. Daniel (1998). 3-Dimensional imaging of garnet porphyroblast sizes and chemical zoning; nucleation and growth history in the garnet zone. Geological Materials Research. 1: 48.

38. Spear, F. S. and C. G. Daniel (2001). "Diffusion control of garnet growth, Harpswell Neck, Maine, USA." Journal of Metamorphic Geology 19 no. 2: 179-195.

39. Swanson, M. T. (1989). "Sidewall ripouts in strike-slip faults." Journal of Structural Geology 11(8): 933-948.

40. Swanson, M. T. (1992). "Late Acadian-Alleghenian transpressional deformation; evidence from asymmetric boudinage in the Casco Bay area, coastal Maine." Journal of Structural Geology 14(3): 323-341.

41. Swanson, M. T. (1995). "Distributed ductile dextral shear strain throughout the Casco Bay area." Annual Meeting - New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference, Guidebook 87: 1-13.

42. Swanson, M. T. (1999). "Dextral transpression at the Casco Bay restraining bend, Norumbega fault zone, coastal Maine." Special Paper - Geological Society of America 331: 85-104.

43. Swanson, M. T. (1999). "Kinematic indicators for regional dextral shear along the Norumbega fault system in the Casco Bay area, coastal Maine." Geological Society of America - Special Paper 331: 1-23.

44. Thomson, J. A. and C. V. Cuidotti (1989). Carboniferous Barrovian metamorphism in southern Maine. Igneous and Metamorphic Geology. R. D. Tucker and R. G. Marvinney. Augusta, ME, Maine Geological Survey: 35-51.

45. Vidale, R. (1969). "Metasomatism in a chemical gradient and the formation of calc-silicate bands." American Journal of Science 267 no. 8: 857-874.

46. West, D. P., Jr. (1999). "Timing of displacements along the Norumbega fault system, south-central and south-coastal Maine." Special Paper - Geological Society of America 331: 167-178.

47. West, D. P., Jr. and Anonymous (1993). "The eastern limit of Acadian high grade metamorphism in northern New England; implications for the location of the "Acadian Suture"." Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 25(2): 89.

48. West, D. P., Jr., D. R. Lux, et al. (1988). "(super 40) Ar/ (super 39) Ar hornblende ages from southwestern Maine; evidence for late Paleozoic metamorphism." Maritime Sediments and Atlantic Geology 24(3): 225-239.

49. West, D. P., Jr., D. R. Lux, et al. (1993). "Contrasting thermal histories across the Flying Point Fault, southwestern Maine; evidence for Mesozoic displacement; with Suppl. Data 9326." Geological Society of America Bulletin 105(11): 1478-1490.

50. West, D. P., Jr., D. R. Lux, et al. (1988). "Contrasting thermal histories across a portion of the Norumbega fault zone, southwestern Maine; evidence from (super 40) Ar/ (super 39) Ar mineral ages." Maritime Sediments and Atlantic Geology 24(2): 217.