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Welcome to the Central Region Montana State Information Page. This site is designed to help you learn about earth science studies underway in Montana.

The USGS undertakes studies in water, energy, mineral, land, and biological resources and furnished results in printed- and digital-format maps, books, and other products. The scientific information we provide assists in the location, management, development, and protection of natural resources of our Nation and of other countries in which the USGS is a cooperator. Equally important, we supply information that helps minimize or mitigate the damage caused by natural hazards and the damage to the environment caused by human activities or natural processes. All Americans can benefit from the work of the USGS.


 USGS State Representative

    ROBERT E. DAVIS

    3162 Bozeman Avenue
    Helena, MT 59601
    dc_mt@usgs.gov
    (406) 457-5900
    Fax - (406) 457-5990

    Office hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Director and State Geologist
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology

EDMOND G. DEAL
1300 West Park Street
Butte, MT 59701-8932
edeal@mtech.edu
(406) 496-4180
Fax: (406) 496-4451
http://www.mbmg.mtech.edu

Water Resources of Montana

 

Publications:

Bulletin 2155: Chronology of Late Cretaceous Igneous and Hydrothermal Events at the Golden Sunlight Gold-Silver Breccia Pipe, Southwestern Montana

C1153: A Strategy For Assessing Potential Future Changes in Climate, Hydrology, and Vegetation in the Western United States. USGS Circular 1153, by Robert S. Thompson, Steven W. Hostetler, Patrick J. Bartlein, and Katherine H. Anderson.

Open-File-Report 98-517: Mineral resource assessment: Custer and Gallatin National Forests, Montana

Professional Paper 1579: Early Paleozoic Biochronology of the Great Basin, Western United States. USGS Professional Paper 1579, by Michael E. Taylor (ed).

Professional Paper 1580: Paleomagnetic and 40Ar/39Ar Geochronologic Data from Late Proterozoic Mafic Dikes and Sills, Montana and Wyoming

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