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The geologic strip-map for Transect E-l cuts a swath from the Thousand Islands region on the New York-Ontario border to the Atlantic Ocean floor off Georges Bank (see Fig. 1). It includes portions of New York, Ontario and of all of the New England states. The western part, mainly in New York, belongs to the North American craton. The remainder of the onland portion, east of Logan's Line, belongs to the Appalachian Orogen.

Southeastward from Logan's Line the transect crosses a series of distinctive terranes. Several of these terranes are believed to be exotic, and to have been accreted...

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