This attractive and historic geologic map is focused on Lake Placid, and the surrounding areas of Keene, Black Brook, Wilmington, Jay, Franklin Falls and the like. The colors alone make this a beautiful map, and the geologic detail and information makes it even more interesting. Based on the USGS base map, it was produced by the State University as part of an in depth geographic mapping of the state. A key at right identifies 18 different geologic units as well as fault zones, dip and strike of foliation, glacial striae, and stone quarries and mines. The geology was completed by W. J. Miller in 1915-16 and the base map was engraved by the U.S. Geological Survey in 1896.
This product is made from an incredibly detailed and high resolution original image. The base file is over 12,000 by 15,000 pixels in dimension, and will print at over 300 dots or pixels per inch even on the largest canvass or poster. Every word and detail will be legible on the largest scale poster.
As it is difficult to tell the detail of the image resolution by looking at the product preview here on Zazzle (it is deliberately left a bit fuzzy in order to protect copyright), the below image is linked to a full scale detail of part of the master file. The image below shows the master file at one third scale, and if you click it to view it a full resolution you will see the original scale and detail.