Mapping major geologic features

Mapping major geologic features

Location: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Landsat TM image of the Harrisburg region acquired on Oct. 30, 1984.
Landsat TM image of the Harrisburg region acquired on Oct. 30, 1984.

This Landsat view shows Harrisburg and the Appalachian Mountains of central Pennsylvania. The Piedmont province is visible in the lower right corner. The Great Valley runs SW-NE across the center of view, and the Valley and Ridge province occupies the northwest portion of scene. The city of Harrisburg is the blue-grey patch next to the Susquehanna River in the lower left corner.

 
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