|Webmaster and Author
Phil Stoffer produced the original content of this website. He compiled this information while working at a high school teacher in Brooklyn and while attending the Earth & Environmental Sciences PhD Program at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Much gratitude is extended to Paula Messina, Roland Scal, Martin Becker, John Chamberlain, and other CUNY graduate students and professors while compiling this website.
Text and images on this site are "public domain," however, out of courtesy, please acknowledge the U.S. Geological Survey next to any graphic or text used in any document. All photographs, images, and text were prepared by Phil Stoffer (with exceptions of other acknowledgements cited on selected images). All photography on this website are images taken from a "first generatation" digital camera that only produced 640 x 480 pixel images (no larger original graphics are available).
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Last modified: 3/11/2019