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Manorkill Falls

Manorkill Falls

Manorkill Falls
Located in Schoharie County
Image courtesy of William Kelly


Type: Waterfall.

Features: Schoharie Reservoir; Desiccated, bioturbated siltstones with abundant root casts,
rare tree trunk casts, & horizons of calcareous concretions; Sandstone.

Feature Type: Sedimentary.

Reference: NYS Geological Association Field Trip Guidebook, 63rd Annual Meeting 1991;
Middle Devonian Near-shore Marine, Coastal and Alluvial Deposits, Schoharie Valley, Central New York State.
For online reference please visit - www.nysga.net/Guidebooks.html

Quadrangle: Gilboa.

Reason for Designation: Unique and Scenic.