Northwest of Castine, Maine is the coastline known as Perkins Point, which is home to about 500 meters of bedrock exposure. Previous mapping projects of Penobscot Bay indicate a discrepancy in rock type for this area, and therefore the origin of the rocks is unclear. Preliminary observations suggest that these rocks are mostly volcanic. The goal of this project is to determine the field relations, geochronology, and geochemistry to conclude the true nature of these rocks and ultimately create a geological map.
Knowles, Robert and Reusch, Douglas, "Field Relations, Geochemistry, and Geochronology of the Rocks at Perkins Point, Castine, Maine" (2020). Individual Projects. 7.