Beavertail State Park


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Beavertail State Park


Location:South of Providence, off I-95.
Facilities:Portable restrooms, scenic overlook.
Activities:Fishing, hiking, naturalist programs (seasonal).
Special Features:Beavertail is a premiere site for marine education. Tide pools are accessible for ecology or marine biology studies. Fault and associated gelogic features tell the story of ancient Rhode Island history.
Address:c/o Goddard Memorial State Park
Beavertail Rd
Jamestown, RI 02835

Phone:401-423-9941
Fax:401-885-7720
Web: www.riparks.com/beaverta1.htm
Size: 153 acres.

See other parks in Rhode Island.
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Lower greenschist-facies metasedimentary rocks of the Middle Cambrian Conanicut Group occur in and around Beavertail State Park, Rhode Island.
Des roches profondes metasedimentaires du facies des schistes verts, que l'on retrouve dans le groupe Conanicut du Cambrien moyen, sont presentes dans le Beavertail State Park, au Rhode Island, et dans les environs.
Toward this goal, we present the results of detailed structural mapping and fabric analysis of trilobite-bearing Middle Cambrian rocks in Beavertail State Park and along the western coastline between Beavertail and Fort Getty state parks in Rhode Island (Fig.
In previous work on the Cambrian rocks in Beavertail State Park, three formations were recognized in the Conanicut Group, from oldest to youngest, the Jamestown, Fort Burnside and Dutch Island Harbor formations (Skehan et al.
Based on the present study, Cambrian rocks along the coasts in Beavertail State Park and along the western coastline between Beavertail and Fort Getty state pares (Fig.
2] orientation along continuous exposure on the coastline of Beavertail State Park (Fig.
A 1-2 m thick lamprophyre dyke in Beavertail State Park cross-cuts [S.
39]Ar muscovite dates of about 250 Ma from Aquidneck Island (Pennsylvanian rocks) and from wholerock phyllite samples from Beavertail State Park (Cambrian rocks), which are at the same metamorphic grade, are the same within error and show similar age spectra (Dallmeyer 1982).
Deformation recorded by Cambrian rocks at Beavertail State Park is correlative with that in Pennsylvanian rocks of the Narragansett Basin.
Katie's breathtaking photograph "Rough Surf at Sunrise" depicts the waves crashing over the Beavertail State Park coastline in Jamestown, Rhode Island.
I shot 'Rough Surf at Sunrise' on a very dreary November morning at Beavertail State Park.