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Selected references for the

Geology of Death Valley National Park

and surrounding region

Compiled by
Philadelphia J. Morrow and Michael N. Machette,
U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO

The following list of approximately 3,750 references was collected from National Park Service and U.S. Geological Survey files, from a literature search using GEOREF, and from references supplied by participants of the April 9-11, 1999 "Conference on Status of Geologic Research and Mapping in Death Valley National Park" (see attached proceedings volume). References that are incomplete or seem to have errors are marked "reference incomplete" and should be used with caution. The list has not been heavily edited for consistency, nor has a substantial effort been made to cull or prioritize the list. However, it should serve as a great resource for those uninitiated in Death Valley geology. The compilers are greatly indebted to Blair Davenport (NPS), Mel Essington (NPS), Angela Jayko (USGS), and Chris Menges (USGS), each of whom supplied large source lists

Some of the references have been coded as to the subject matter using the following codes. These codes follow the references.

C Geochemistry
G Geophysics
H Hydrology
I Imagery/remote sensing
M Mapping (geologic)
N Neotectonics
Q Quaternary geology, geomorphology, paleoclimate
S Stratigraphy, paleontology
T Structure, tectonics



A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


A

Abbott, E.W., Stratigraphy and petrology of the Mesozoic volcanic rocks of southeastern California: Houston, Texas, Rice University, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, 205 p. (abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, v. 338, p. 1614-1615)

Abolins, M.J., 1988, I. Stratigraphic constraints on the number of discrete Neoproterozoic glaciations and the relationship between glaciation and Ediacaran evolution; II. The Kwichup Spring thrust in the northwestern Spring Mountains, Nevada–Implications for large-magnitude extension and the structure of the Cordilleran thrust belt: Pasadena, California Institute of Technology, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, 341 p. (M,S,T)

Abrahams, A.D., Parsons, A.J., and Hirsh, P., 1985, Hillslope gradient-particle size relations–Evidence for the formation of debris slopes by hydraulic processes in the Mojave Desert: Journal of Geology, v. 93, p. 347-357.

Abrams, M., Kahle, A., Gillespie, A., Conel, L., and Lang, H., 1985. Geologic utility of Landsat-4 TM data, i n Landsat-4 Science Characterization Early Results: Vol. IV, Applications, J.L. Barker, ed., NASA Conference Publication 2355, 127-130, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, DC. (I)

Abrams, R.B., Verosub, K.L., Finnerty, A., et al., 1987, Kinematics at Death Valley-Garlock fault zone junction: AAPG Rocky Mountain Section meeting: AAPG Rocky Mountain Section meeting, v. 71, p. 999.

Ace Pacific Company, 1991, Report on the preliminary engineering investigation, Travertine Springs water supply system, Furnace Creek area, Death Valley National Monument. (incomplete reference)

Ackermann, H.D, Mooney, W.D., Snyder, D.B., and Sutton, V.D., 1988, Preliminary interpretation of seismic-refraction and gravity studies west of Yucca Mountain, Nevada and California, in Carr, Mi.D.,and Yount, J.C., eds., Geologic and hydrologic investigation of a potential nuclear waste disposal site at Yucca Mountain, southern Nevada: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1790, p. 23-34.

Adams, R.W., Pluhar, C.J. and Kirshvink, J.L., 1990, Paleomagnetism and tephrochronology as aids in stratigraphic studies: Abstracts of proceedings from the 4th annual symposium of the Mojave Desert Quaternary Research Center, v. 37, p. 21.

Adams, Roy D., 1993, Sequence-stratigraphic analysis of mixed carbonate-siliciclastic Cambrian sediments, Carrara Formation, southwest Basin and Range, California and Nevada: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (incomplete reference)

Adrian, B.M., Frisken, J.G., Bradley, L.A., et al., 1986, Analytical results and sample locality map of heavy-mineral-concentrate and rock samples from the Funeral Mountains Wilderness Study Area (CDCA-143), Inyo County, California: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 14 p. (incomplete reference)

Akers, J.P., 1974, The relation of ground water in Amargosa Desert, California-Nevada to spring discharge in Death Valley, California: U.S. Geological Survey Administrative Report, 9 p.

Albee, A.L., Abrams, M.J., Gillespie, A.R., and Kahle, A.B., 1984. Discrimination of lithologic units in the Panamint Mountains using spectral and multichannel image data: Gelogical Society of America Abstracts with Program, v. 16, no. 6, p. 427. (I,M)

Albee, A.L., and Lanphere, M.A., 1962, Distribution of earlier and later Precambrian rocks in the central Panamint Range, California [Abstract], in Geological Society of America Special Paper 73 [or Special Paper 72], Geological Society of America, Extent unknown . (incomplete reference)

Albee, A.L., and Lanphere, M.A., 1963, Distribution of earlier and later Precambrian rocks in the central Panamint Range, California: Geological Society of America Abstracts for 1962, Special Paper 73, p. 19.

Albee, A.L., Labotka, T.C., Lanphere, M.A., and McDowell, S.D., 1981, Geologic map of the Telescope Peak quadrangle: US Geological Survey Map GQ-1532, 1 sheet, scale 1:62,500.

Albee, A.L., Lanphere, M.A., and McDowell, S.D., 1971, Geology of the Telescope Peak quadrangle, in Geologic atlas of California: California Division of Mines and Geology, Extent unknown . (incomplete reference)

Albers, J.P., 1967, Belt of sigmoidal bending and right-lateral faulting in the western Great Basin: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 78, p. 143—156. (T)

Albers, J.P., and Stewart, J.H., 1962, Precambrian and Cambrian stratigraphy in Esmeralda County, Nevada, in United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 450-D, United States Geological Survey, Extent unknown . (incomplete reference)

Albers, J.P., and Stewart, J.H., 1965, Preliminary Geologic Map of Esmeralda County, Nevada: U.S. Geological Survey Mineral Investigations Field Studies Map MF-298.

Albers, J.P., and Stewart, J.H., 1967, Belt of Sigmoidal Bending and Right-Lateral Faulting in the Western Great Basin: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 78, p. 143-156.

Albers, J.P., and Stewart, J.H., 1972, Geology and Mineral Deposits of Esmeralda county, Nevada: Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, Bulletin 78, 80 p.

Alberts, E.C., 1945, Amazing crater - Ubehebe: National Parks Magazine, v. 83, p. Location unknown. (incomplete reference)

Albright, G., Cooper, J.D., Albright, G., et al., 1989, Stop 3A, Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Quartz Spring Sandstone and Tin Mountain Limestone, Funeral Mountains, California: Cavalcade of carbonates: Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Field Trip Guidebook 61, 37-45.

Albright, G.R., 1989, Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Quartz Spring Sandstone and Tin Mountain Limestone, Funeral Mountains, California, in Cooper, J. D., Editor, Cavalcade of carbonates: Los Angeles, CA, Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, p. 37-45.

Albright, G.R., 1991, Late Devonian and Early Mississippian paleogeography of the Death Valley region, California, in Cooper, John D., and Stevens, Calvin H., Editors, Paleozoic paleogeography of the western United States, II: Los Angeles, CA, Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, p. 253-269.

Alldrick, D.J., 1985, Stratigraphy and petrology of the Stewart mining camp (104B/1): Geological Fieldwork, 1985-1, p. 316-341.

Alldrick, D.J., Panteleyev, A. and McMillan, W.J., 1984, Geologic setting of the precious metal deposits in the Stewart area (104B/1): Geological fieldwork, 1983, a summary of field activities, 1984-1, p. 149-164.

Allen, R.D. and Kramer, H., 1957, Ginorite and sassolite from Death Valley, California: American Mineralogist, v. 42, p. 56-61.

Alley, W.P., and Fertig, D.S.A.K.A.W., 1971, New Locality Record For The Pupfish /Cyprinodon Nevadensis/ At Badwater, Death Valley, California.: Calif. Fish Game, v. 57, no. 2, p. 128.

Almashoor, S.S., 1983, The petrology of a quartz monzonite pluton in the southern Greenwater Range, Inyo County, California: (incomplete reference)

Anderson, D.E., and Wells, S.G., 1994, Preliminary fluvial geomorphology o fthe Amargosa River, California: San Bernardino County Museum, Abstracts of proceedings from the 8th annual Mojave Desert Quaternary Research Symposium, v. 41.

Anderson, D.E., and Wells, S.G., 1996a, Latest Quaternary lacustrine events of Lake Manly–A record from ten shallow cores along a 75 km transect in southern Death Valley basin: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, no. 7, p. 458.

Anderson, D.E., and Wells, S.G., 1997, Late Pleistocene Death Valley Lakes–Subsurface records of changing paleoenvironments, in Reynolds ,R.E., and Reynolds , J., eds., Death Valley–The Amargosa Route: San Bernardino County Museum Association Quaterly, v. 44, no. 2, p. 89-92.

Anderson, D.E., and Wells, S.G., 1997, Latest Quaternary lakes in Death Valley, California, USA: paleogeography and high-stands [abs.]: Fourth International Conference on Geomorphology, September, Bologna, Italy. (incomplete reference)

Anderson, D.E., Balling Jr., R.C., Vose, R., and Wells, S.G., 1996, Modern Hydroclimatology and Late Holocene Fluvial History of the Amargosa River near Tecopa, California, in Reynolds, R.E., and Reynolds, J., eds., Death Valley–The Amargosa Route: San Bernardino, San Bernardino County Museum Association Quarterly, v. 44, no. 2, p. 43-47.

Anderson, D.E., Poths, J. and Wells, S.G., 1998, Cosmogenic 3 He age estimates for the terminal highstand of Plio-Pleistocene Lake Tecopa, California–Integration of the upper Amargosa River with the Death Valley drainage basin: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Rocky Mountain Section, 50th annual meeting, v. 30, p. 2.

Anderson, D.E., Poths, J., and Wells, S.G., 1994, Cosmogenic 3 He Ages of Lake Tecopa Wave-cut Scarps at Shoshone, California [abs.]: EOS [Transactions of the American Geophysical Union], p. 288. (incomplete reference)

Anderson, D.E., Wells, S.G. and Reynolds, J., 1994, Preliminary fluvial geomorphic studies of the Amargosa River through Amargosa Canyon, San Bernardino and Inyo counties, California: (incomplete reference)

Anderson, D.E., Wells, S.G., Bailing, R.C., Jr., and Vose, R., 1996, Late Holocene hydroclimatology of the Amargosa River, San Bernardino County, California. (incomplete reference )

Anderson, Diana Elder, 1994, Fluvial geomorphology and Late Quaternary hydrocoimatology of the Amargosa River: reconstruction of paleofloods and lake-building events at the Great Basin/Mojave Desert boundary [dissertation proposal], Riverside CA, University of California, Riverside. (incomplete reference)

Anderson, G.H., 1933, Geology of the North Half of the White Mountain Quadrangle, California-Nevada: California Institute of Technology, Ph.D. Dissertation, 237 p. (unpublished).

Anderson, G.H., 1937, Granitization, Albitization, and Related Phenomena in the Northern Inyo Range of California-Nevada: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 48, p. 1-74.

Anderson, G.H., and Maxson, J.H., 1935, Physiography of the northern Inyo Range [Abstract], Proceedings of the thirty-third annual meeting of the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America, University of California, Berkeley, April 12 1934-April 14 1934, p. p. 318.

Anderson, K.C. and Wells, S.G., 1996, Late Pleistocene lacustrine record of Lake Dumont and the relationship to pluvial lakes Mojave and Manly: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 48th annual meeting, v. 28, no. 7, p. 458.

Anderson, K.C., and Wells, S.G., 1997, Late Pleistocene and Holocene Valley-fill Deposits of Lake Dumont, in Reynolds, R.E., and J. Reynolds, J., eds., Death Valley–The Amargosa Route: San Bernardino, San Bernardino County Museum Association Quarterly, v. 44?, p. 29-32. (incomplete reference)

Anderson, L.C., 1973, Unique Chrysothamnus hybridization in Ash Meadows, Nevada: Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club, v. 100, p. 171-177.

Anderson, L.W., and Klinger, R.E., 1996, Quaternary faulting on the Bare Mountain fault, in , Seismotectonic framework and characterization of faulting at Yucca Mountain, Nevada: Synthesis Report by the U.S. Geological Survey to the U.S. Department of Energy, Chapter 4.12, p. 4.12-1 to 4.12-75.

Anderson, L.W., Klinger, R.E., and Piety, L.A., 1996, Bare Mountain and Death Valley-Furnace Creek faults-Distinctly different Quaternary faults near Yucca Mountain: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, no. 7, p. A-194.

Anderson, R.E., 1971, Thin-skin distension in Tertiary rock of southwestern Nevada: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 82, p. 43-58.

Anderson, R.E., Barnhard, T.P., Snee, L.W., 1994, Roles of plutonism, midcrustal flow, tectonic rafting, and horizontal collapse in shaping the Miocene strain field of the Lake Mead area, Nevada and Arizona: , v. 13, no. 6, p. 1,381-1,410.

Anderson, R.E., Bucknam, R.C., Crone, A.J., Haller, K.M., Machette, M.N., Personius, S.F., Barnard, T.P., Cecil, M.J., and Dart, R.L., 1995, Characterization of Quaternary and suspected Quaternary faults, regional studies, Nevada and California: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-599, 56 p.

Anderson, R.E., Crone, A.J., Machette, M.N., Bradley, L.A., and Diehl, S.F., 1995, Characterization of Quaternary and suspected Quaternary faults, Amargosa area, Nevada and California: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-613, 41 p.

Anderson, S.P. and Anderson, R.S., 1990, Debris-flow benches, dune-contact deposits record paleo-sand dune positions in North Panamint Valley, Inyo County, California: Geology, 18, 524-527.

Anderson, T.B., 1997, Middle Cambrian thrombolite bioherms in the Jangle Limestone Member of the Carrara Formation, southern Nopah and Resting Springs ranges, southeastern California: AAPG Pacific Section meeting abstracts, v. 81, 679.

Anderson, T.B., Zoback, M.L. and Rowland, S.M., 1990, Environmental significance of stromatolites in the Pyramid Shale Member of the Cambrian Carrara Formation, Emigrant Pass, southern Nopah Range, California: Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section, 86th annual meeting, v. 22, p. 3.

Anderson, W.W., Arnold, J., Baldwin, D.G., and others, 1991, Four decades of inversion polymorphism in Drosophila pseudoobscura: Proc. National. Academy of Science. USA, v. 88, p. 10367-10371.

Andraski, B.J., 1988, Physical properties of trench backfill at a simulated burial site for low-level radioactive waste near Beatty, NV [abs.]: 80th Annual Meeting, American Society of Agronomy, Anaheim, Calif., December 1988, Program of Agronomy Abstracts, v. 80, p. 178.

Andraski, B.J., 1990, Rubber-balloon and drive-core sampling for determining bulk density of an alluvial desert soil [abs.]: 1990 Annual Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, San Antonio, Texas, October 1990, Agronomy Abstracts, p. 208.

Andraski, B.J., 1990, Soil-water movement at a simulated burial site for low-level radioactive waste near Beatty, Nevada-First year results [abs.], in Nevada decision point-Which water course to the future?: Annual Conference, Nevada Water Resources Association, Las Vegas, Nev., February 1990, Program Information and Abstracts, unpaginated.

Andraski, B.J., 1990, Water movement and trench stability at a simulated arid burial site for low-level radioactive waste near Beatty, Nevada: La Grange Park, Ill., American Nuclear Society, Nuclear Waste Isolation in the Unsaturated Zone, Las Vegas, Nev., 17-21 September 1989, La Grange, Illinois, Conference Proceedings, p. 166-173.

Andraski, B.J., 1991, Balloon and core sampling for determining bulk density of an alluvial desert soil: Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 55, p. 1188-1190.

Andraski, B.J., 1991, Soil-water regime at a low-level radioactive waste site, Amargosa Desert, Nevada [abs.]: Characterization of Transport Phenomena in the Vadose Zone, A Workshop Sponsored by Soil Science Society of America and American Geophysical Union, Tucson, University of Arizona, April 1991, Proceedings, p. 2-3.

Andraski, B.J., 1991, Vegetation and land-disturbance effects on recharge potential, Amargosa Desert, Nevada [abs.]: 1991 Annual Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, Denver, Colo., October 1991, Agronomy Abstracts, p. 212.

Andraski, B.J., 1992, Water movement through soil at a low-level radioactive-waste site in the Amargosa Desert: U.S. Geological Survey Yearbook, Fiscal Year 1991, p. 73-75.

Andraski, B.J., 1994, Disturbance effects on soil properties and water balance at a low-level radioactive waste site, Amargosa Desert, Nevada [abs.]: 86th Annual Meeting, American Society of Agronomy, Seattle, November 1994, Agronomy Abstracts, v. 86, p. 227.

Andraski, B.J., 1996, Properties and variability of soil and trench fill at an arid waste-burial site: Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 60, p. 54-66.

Andraski, B.J., 1996, Simulated trench studies near Beatty, Nevada-Initial results and implications, in Stevens, P.R., and Nicholson, T.J., eds., Joint U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Workshop on research related to low-level radioactive waste disposal, May 4-6, 1993, National Center, Reston, Virginia, Proceedings: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 95-4015, p. 111-118.

Andraski, B.J., 1996, Waste burial in arid environments–Application of information from a field laboratory in the Mojave Desert [abs.]: RCRA Corrective Action Conference, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, March 1996, San Francisco, p. 10-1.

Andraski, B.J., 1997, Overview of U.S. Geological Survey unsaturated-zone research at a site in the Amargosa Desert, southern Nevada–1976-96 [abs.]: 17th Annual Hydrology Days, American Geophysical Union, Ft. Collins, Colo., April 1997, Proceedings.

Andraski, B.J., 1997, Soil-water movement under natural-site and waste-site conditions–A multiple-year field study in the Mojave Desert, Nevada: Water Resources Research, v. 33, no. 9, p. 1901-1916.

Andraski, B.J., 1997, Test-trench studies in the Amargosa Desert, southern Nevada–Results and application of information to landfill covers in arid environments, in Reynolds, T.D., and Morris, R.C., eds., Landfill capping in the semi-arid west–Problems, perspectives, and solutions, May 21-22, 1997, Jackson Lake Lodge, Wyo., Conference Proceedings: Idaho Falls, Idaho, Environmental Science & Research Foundation, ESRF-019, p. 165-179. Abstract

Andraski, B.J., and Jacobsen, E.A., 1998, Comparison of Brooks-Corey and Rossi-Nimmo retention functions in modelling soil-water movement at a site in the Amargosa Desert, Nevada [abs.]: Eos, American Geophysical Union Transactions, v. 79, no. 45, p. F382.

Andraski, B.J., and Prudic, D.E., 1997, Soil, plant, and structural considerations for surface barriers in arid environments–Application of results from studies in the Mojave Desert near Beatty, Nevada, in Barrier Technologies for Environmental Management, Summary of a Workshop: Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, p. D50-D60.

Andraski, B.J., and Stonestrom, D.A., 1998, Hydrogeologic studies at the USGS Amargosa Desert Research Site, in Taylor, E.M., ed., Quaternary geology of the Yucca Mountain area, southern Nevada: Annual Meeting, Friends of the Pleistocene, Pacific Cell, October 1998, Field Trip Guide, p. 210-216.

Andraski, B.J., Fischer, J.M., Prudic, D.E., et al., 1991, Low-level radioactive waste and mixed low-level radioactive and hazardous wastes, in Trask, N.J., and Stevens, P.R., compilers, U.S. Geological Survey Research in Radioactive Waste Disposal–Fiscal Years 1986-1990: U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 91-4084, p. 34-40.

Andraski, B.J., Prudic, D.E., and Nichols, W.D., 1995, Waste burial in arid environments–Application of information from a field laboratory in the Mojave Desert, southern Nevada: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-179-95, 4 p.

Andraski, B.J., Witherspoon, P.A., Fiore, J.H., et al., 1990, Water movement and trench stability at a simulated arid burial site for low-level radioactive waste near Beatty, Nevada: Proceedings of the topical meeting on Nuclear waste isolation in the unsaturated zone, Focus '89, p. 166-173. (incomplete reference)

Andreasen, G.E., and Petrafeso, F.A., 1963, Aeromagnetic map of the east-central part of the Death Valley National Monument, Inyo County, California: Washington, DC, United States Geological Survey, Geophysical Investigations Map GP-428, 1 sheet, 1:62,500.

Annable, Carol R., 1985, Vegetation and flora of the Funeral Mountains, Death Valley National Monument, California - Nevada, Las Vegas, NV, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. (incomplete reference)

Anonymous, 1913, Prospecting for potash in Death Valley, California: Mining World, p. 855-856.

Anonymous, 1935, Death Valley National Monument, California. (incomplete reference)

Anonymous, 1982, Increase in mining area proposed for Death Valley National Monument.: California Mining Journal., v. 51, no. 12.

Antevs, E., 1948, Climate changes and pre-white man, in The Great Basin, with emphasis on glacial and post-glacial times: University of Utah Bulletin, v. 38, Biological Series, v. 10, p. 167-191. (incomplete reference)

Antevs, E., 1952, Cenozoic climates of the Great Basin: Geology Rundschau, Band (v.) 40, p. 94-108.

Antevs, E., 1955, Geologic-Climatic Dating in the West: American Antiquity, v. XX, no. 4, p. 317-335.

Anthony, J.W., 1987, Automatic stratigraphic correlation of borehole-geophysical data using a Fortran 77 computer program [abs.]: EOS [Transactions of American Geophysical Union], 1987 fall annual meeting, v. 68, p. 1291.

Applegate, J.D.R., 1994, The unroofing history of the Funeral Mountains metamorphic core complex, California: Cambridge, Massachusetts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph. D. dissertation, 241 p., scale of accompanying map 1:10,000.

Applegate, J.D.R., 1995, Transform-normal extension on the Northern Death Valley fault system, California-Nevada: Basin Research, v. 7, p. 269-280. T

Applegate, J.D.R., and Hodges, K.V., 1993, Episodic unroofing of the Funeral Mountains metamorphic core complex, Death Valley, California: Geological Society of America, 1993 annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 25, p. 411-412.

Applegate, J.D.R., and Hodges, K.V., 1995, Mesozoic and Cenozoic extension recorded by metamorphic rocks in the Funeral Mountains, California: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 107, p. 1063-1076. T

Applegate, J.D.R., Hodges, K.V., Walker, J.D., et al., 1992, Sequence and timing of deformation in the footwall of the Funeral Mountains metamorphic core complex, California: Geological Society of America, 1992 annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 24, p. 278-279. (incomplete reference)

Applegate, J.D.R., Walker, J.D. and Hodges, K.V., 1992, Late Cretaceous extensional unroofing in the Funeral Mountains metamorphic core complex, California: Geology, v. 20, p. 519-522.

Applegate, J.D.R., Walker, J.D., Hodges, K.V., et al., 1991, Structural and geochronological constraints on Late Cretaceous extensional deformation in the Funeral Mountains metamorphic core complex, southeastern California: Geological Society of America, annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v.23, p. 83. (incomplete reference)

Arce, G., 1995, From Badwater to Bliss: Earth, v. 4, p. 24-33.

Argus, D.F., and Gordon, R. G., 1989, Comparison of Pacific-North America Motion Averaged Over the Past Few Years to its Motion Averaged Over the Past Few Million Years, Sierra Nevada-North America Motion and Kinematics of the Great Basin and San Andreas Fault: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, v. 21. (incomplete reference)

Armin, R.A., and Moyer, L., 1983, Subsidence analysis of the Cordilleran miogeocline, implications for timing of late Proterozoic rifting and amount of extension: Geology, v.11, p. 702-705.

Armstrong, A.K., Frisken, J.G., Jachens, R.C., et al., 1987, Mineral resources of the Funeral Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Inyo County, California: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin, A1-A14. (incomplete reference)

Armstrong, A.K., Garrison, M.T., Frisken, J.G., et al., 1987, Mineral resources of the Greenwater Valley Wilderness Study Area, Inyo County, California: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin, B1-B13. (incomplete reference)

Armstrong, A.K., Smith, C.L., Kennedy, G.L., et al., 1987, Mineral resources of the Nopah Range Wilderness Study Area, Inyo County, California: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin, C1-C18. (incomplete reference)

Armstrong, Arthur Jeffrey, 1980, Correlation of Devonian rocks in southwestern Nevada-southeastern California, with reference to central Nevada, Fresno CA: California State University, Fresno. (incomplete reference)

Armstrong, R.I., and Suppe, J., 1973, Potassium-argon geochronometry of Mesozoic igneous rocks in Nevada, Utah, and southeastern California: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 84, p.1375-1392.

Armstrong, R.L., 1963, Geochronology and geology of the eastern Great Basin in Nevada and Utah: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University, New Haven, Conn, 202 p.

Armstrong, R.L., 1966, K-Ar dating using neutron activation for Ar analysis: Granitic plutons of the eastern Great Basin, Nevada and Utah: Geochim. et Cosmochim, Acta, v. 30, no 6, p. 565-600.

Armstrong, R.L., 1968, Sevier orogenic belt in Nevada and Utah: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 79, p. 429-458.

Armstrong, R.L., 1970, Geochronology of Tertiary igneous rocks, eastern Basin and Range province, western Utah, eastern Nevada and vicinity, U. S. A.: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 34, p. 203-232.

Armstrong, R.L., 1982, Cordilleran metamorphic core complexes from Arizona to southern Canada, Annual Reviews: Earth and Planetary Sciences, v. 10, p. 129-154.

Armstrong, R.L., and Suppe, L. 1973, Potassium-argon, geochronometry of Mesozoic igneous rocks in Nevada, Utah and southern California: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 84, p. 1375-1392.

Arteaga, F.E., Savard, C.S., Johnson, M.E. and Stone, J.C., 1991, Hydrogeologic data from selected wells and test holes in and adjacent to the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, through 1986: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 87-536, 23 p.

Ashley, R.P., and Keith, W.J., 1973, Geochemical map showing distribution and abundance of copper in silicified rocks, Goldfield Mining District, Esmeralda and Nye counties, Nevada: United States Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF - 474, 1 sheet.

Asmerom, Y., Jacobsen, S.B., and Wernicke, B., 1994, Variations in magma source regions during large-scale continental extension, Death Valley region, western United States: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 125, p. 235-254.

Asmerom, Y., Snow, J. K., Holm, D.K., Jacobsen, S.B., Wernicke, B.P., and Lux, D.R., 1990, Rapid uplift and crustal growth in extensional environments: An isotopic study from the Death Valley region, California: Geology, March 1990, v. 18, p. 223-226.

Audell, H.S. and Miller, R.H., 1979, Upper Ordovician and Lower Silurian rocks from the Panamint Range, Inyo County, California: The Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section, 75th annual meeting, v. 11, p. 67.

Austin, Carl F., 1958, Geochemical exploration in silicated limestones at Darwin, California, Utah. (incomplete reference)

Austin, George, 1968, Birds, in Ecological studies of aquatic habitats in Death Valley National Monument with special reference to Saratoga Springs, 82 p. (incomplete reference)

Austin, W.H., 1990, Remote sensing and geophysical studies demonstrate the Indian Wells Valley and Rose Valley are open basins, Kern, Inyo, and San Bernardino Counties, California: Consulting Geologist, Austin Enterprises, Inc., 1055 West College Avenue, Santa Rosa, California, 95401. 36 p.

Austin, W.H., 1990, Structural investigations at the Coso geothermal area using remote sensing information, Inyo County, California: AAPG annual convention, v. 74, p. 602.

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