- New York County Map: This map shows New York’s 62 counties. Also available is a detailed New York County Map with county seat cities.
- Map of New York Cities: This map shows many of New York’s important cities and most important roads. Important north-south routes Interstate 81, Interstate 87 and Interstate 495. Important east-west routes include: Interstate 84, Interstate 86, Interstate 88 and Interstate 90.
- New York Physical Map: This New York shaded relief map shows the major physical features of the state.
- New York Rivers Map: This map shows the major streams and rivers of New York and some of the larger lakes. Most of New York is in the Atlantic Ocean Watershed. The Hudson, Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers all contribute water to the Atlantic. The northwest margin of the state drains into the St. Lawrence Watershed. A small portion of western New York is in the Mississippi River Drainage Basin. Most of these lakes and streams can be clearly seen.
- New York Elevation Map: This is a generalized topographic map of New York. It shows elevation trends across the state. Detailed topographic maps and aerial photos of New York are available in the Geology.com store. See our state high points map to learn about Mt. Marcy at 5,344 feet – the highest point in New York. The lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean at Sea Level.
The purpose of the Buffalo Geological Society is to engage in and encourage the study of Geological Sciences, the Lapidary Arts, the collection of fossils, minerals and rocks and to promote exhibits and sponsor excursions and field trips for the aforementioned purposes.
Meetings are held at the Parkside Lutheran Church in Buffalo, NY.Annual Show – March
Newsletter – Geoletter
Monthly Meetings – First Friday of each month, from October to April, @ 7:30 PM
The Capital District Mineral Club looks to promote and encourage the study of mineralogy and other allied sciences; to cooperate with educational and scientific institutions in order to bring about a better and more general understanding of earth sciences; and to sponsor, direct, and assist in the planning of excursions to mineral localities and other places of geological interest. Meetings are held at the New York State Museum in Albany, NY. Annual Show – February Newsletter – The Capital Rockhounder Monthly Meetings – First Thursday of each month (except June, July, August and December) @ 7:15 PM
The Fulton County Mineral Club is a non-profit organization devoted to the collecting and study of minerals, gemstones, geology, paleontology and the lapidary arts as well as the love and deep appreciation of the great outdoors. Meetings are held at the Gloversville Library, 58 East Fulton St., Gloversville, NY. Monthly Meetings – Third Wednesday of each month @ 7:00 PM
The Gem & Mineral Society of Syracuse is a community of individuals with interests that include collecting, identification and display of minerals and fossils, and many aspects of jewelry design and fabrication. Their goal is to stimulate Community interest in Mineralogy, Paleontology and the Lapidary Arts.
Meetings are held at the GMSS Clubhouse in the Shoppingtown Mall, 2nd Floor, Syracuse, NY.Annual Show – July
Newsletter – Crack ‘n Cab
Monthly Meetings – Third Monday of each month (except July, August and December) @ 7:30 PM
Source: Welcome To GMSS — GMSS