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.
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting a 'Bioluminescence Night' at Beavertail State Park, in Jamestown, next week.
"We're are excited to welcome folks to enjoy nature at Beavertail State Park while appreciating the marvels of the skies and life in the seas as part of this event.
WHERE: Beavertail State Park Jamestown, Rhode Island
Beavertail State Park offers some of the most beautiful vistas along the New England coastline and is a popular destination for sightseeing, saltwater fishing, hiking, and marine education.