The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Byron Stone began his geologic career as a U.S.G.S.-N.A.G.T. Field Assistant in Kentucky in 1969. He has been a fulltime field geologist with the Survey since 1974. He works on glacial stratigraphy of the eastern U.S., and has contributed to stratigraphic/resource/hazard studies in upper Cenezoic basins on three continents.
earth history land surface characteristics rocks and deposits stratigraphy unconsolidated deposits
Harrison, R.W., Tsiolakis, E., Stone, B.D., Lord, A., McGeehin, J.P., Mahan, S.A. and Chirico, P., 2012, Late Pleistocene and Holocene uplift history of Cyprus: implications for active tectonics along the southern margin of the Anatolian microplate;Geological Society, London, Special Publications v.372, first published August 22, 2012; doi 10.1144/SP372.3, 24 pp.
Stone, B.D. and DiGiacomo-Cohen, M.L., 2013 in preparation, Surficial geologic map of the Lexington-Marblehead South-Mansfield-Duxbury 18-quadrangle area in the Boston vicinity, east central Massachusetts : U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report OF-2006-1260-H, scale 1:24000, with accompanying text and geodatabase.
Stone, B.D., Kincare, K.A., O'Leary, D.W., Newell, W.L., Lundstrom, S.C., Taylor, E.M., Williams, V.S., Abraham, J.E., Powers, M.H., 2013 in preparation, Surficial geologic map of Berrien County, Michigan, and adjacent offshore area of Lake Michigan, U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Map, scale 1:50,000, 2 sheets with 10 map illustrations, with accompanying text and geodatabase.