Conne dating river
A number of tectonic plates of the Earth's crust drifted together during the Paleozoic eventually leading to the merging of North America with Africa and Europe.
The collision of these plates not only closed an early version of the Atlantic Ocean, known as Iapetus (the father of Atlas in Greek mythology) or the Proto-Atlantic, but also created one of the greatest mountain chains in the world, the Appalachians.
The Paleozoic rocks of New England record their origins as deposits in the Iapetus Ocean, either as sedimentary rocks perhaps washed in by rivers or formed from shells or reefs (we were south of the equator during much of the Paleozoic), or igneous types from volcanic eruptions or deep magma chambers where slow cooling produced the easily seen minerals of granite rock.
The heat and pressure of the collision process transformed these rocks into metamorphic types.(225 - 65 million years ago) The Connecticut Valley originated in the Mesozoic.
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The nitrogen-contaminated waters then pour out directly into the river.
In addition to Springfield, at least eight other Massachusetts communities along the Connecticut River are being allowed by the U. Environmental Protection Agency to operate their sewage plants under permits more than 10 years out of date, according to Andrea Dolon, the Connecticut River steward for Massachusetts.