Local Glaciation in the Catskill Mountains

@article{RichLocalGI,
  title={Local Glaciation in the Catskill Mountains},
  author={John Lyon Rich},
  journal={The Journal of Geology},
  volume={14},
  pages={113 - 121}
}
  • J. Rich
  • Published 1 February 1906
  • Geology
  • The Journal of Geology
The Catskills, next to the Adirondacks, are the highest mountains in New York state. Several peaks rise well above 4,000 feet, while the great majority of the mountains in the central part of the area have an elevation exceeding 3,000 feet. Such an elevation naturally produces greater precipitation and a climate considerably colder than that of the surrounding country, as the following extracts from the report of the New York Weather Bureau plainly show. Five stations have been selected for… Expand
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