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Death Valley Region Geology Guide References Cited

Adams, K. D., and Redwine, J. L., 2007, Pleistocene overflow, basin integration, and an explanation for the distribution OIS 6 and OIS 2 high stands in the Great Basin, Geological Society of America, 119th annual meeting, abstracts.

Berkstresser, C. F., 1974, Tallest (?) sand dune in California, California Geology, vol. 27, no. 8, p. 187.

Brandt, R. G., 1992, Titus Canyon, Road Guide, A Tour Through Time, Death Valley Natural History Association.

Brogan, G. E., et. Al., 1991, Late Quaternary Faulting Along the Death Valley-Furnace Creek Fault System, California and Nevada, United States Geological Survey Bulletin 1991.

Brown, J. H., 1971, The desert pupfish, Scientific American, v. 225, p. 104-110.

Burchfiel, B. C., 1969, Geology of the Dry Mountain Quadrangle, Inyo County, California, California Division of Mines and Geology Special Report 99.

Butler, P. R., 1982, Quaternary history of selected sites in the lower Amargosa River basin southern Death Valley , California. Geological Society of America, 78th Cordilleran Section Meeting Guidebook.

Canyon Resources, 1994, Briggs Project, Application for Mining Reclamation Plan.

Cemen, I., and Baucke, W., 2005, Magnitude of strike-slip displacement along the southern Death Valley-Furnace Creek fault zone, Death Valley California, Geological Society of America, 117th Annual Meeting, abstract & oral presentation.

Chesterman, C. W., 1973, Geology of the northeast quarter of Shoshone Quadrangle, Inyo County, California, Map Sheet 18, California Division of Mines and Geology.

Cornwall, H. R., 1972, Geology and Mineral Deposits of Southern Nye County, Nevada, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Bulletin 77.

Dudley, W.W., and Larson, J. D., 1976, Effect of Irrigation Pumping on Desert Pupfish Habitats in Ash Meadows, Nye County, Nevada, United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 927.

Duhnforth, M., 2007, Constraints on the timing of fan deposition in Death Valley, California, using cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al, Geological Society of America, 119th Annual Meeting, abstract.

Fife, D. L., 1984, Goldbelt Springs chrysotile asbestos deposit, Death Valley, Inyo County. California Geology, v. 37, pp. 221-223.

Forester, R. M., 2005, An ostracode based paleolimnologic and paleohydrologic history of Death Valley: 200 to 0 ka, Geological Society of America Bulletin, Vol. 117, No. 11, pp. 1379-1386.

Frankel, K. L., et.al., 2007, Spatial Variations in fault slip rate along the Death Valley-Fish Lake Valley Fault Zone, Geological Society of America, 119th Annual Meeting, abstract.

Garrett, D. A., 1966, Geology of the Saratoga Springs Dunes, Death Valley California, M.S. Thesis, University of Southern California.

Greene, R. C., 1997, Geology of the northern Black Mountains, Death Valley, California, United States Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 97-79.

Hall, W. E., and MacKevett, E. M., 1958, Economic Geology of the Darwin Quadrangle, Inyo County, California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Special Report 51.

Hall, W. E. and Stephens, H. G., 1963, Economic Geology of the Panamint Butte Quadrangle and Modoc District, Inyo County, California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Special Report 73.

Hayman, N. W., Et. Al., 2003, Quaternary low angle slip on detachment faults in Death Valley, California, Geology v. 31, p. 343-346.

Heamon, L. M., and Grotzinger, J. P., 1992, 1.08 Ga diabase sills in the Pahrump group, California, implications for the development of the Cordilleran Miogeocline, Geology, v. 20, p. 637-640.

Hillhouse, J. W., 1987, Late Tertiary and Quaternary Geology of the Tecopa Basin, Southeastern California, United States Geological Survey Map I-1728.

Hunt, C. B., 1976, Death Valley: Geology, Ecology, Archeology, University of California Press.

Hussein, M. J., 2007, Integrated and comparative studies of crustal structure of pull-apart basins: The Salton Trough and Death Valley, California Regions, Geological Society of America, 119th annual meeting, abstract.

Jayko, A. S., et. al., 2008, Late Pleistocene lakes and wetlands, Panamint Valley, Inyo County, California, in Late Cenozoic Drainage History of the Southwestern Great Basin and Lower Colorado River Region: Geologic and Biotic Perspectives, Geological Society of America Special Paper 439, p. 151-184.

Klinger, R. E., 2001, Late Quaternary volcanism of Ubehebe crater, in Machette, M. N., et. Al, 2001, Quaternary and Late Pliocene Geology of the Death Valley Region: Recent Observation on Tectonics, Stratigraphy and Lake Cycles, United States Geological Survey Open-File Report 01-51.

Klinger, R. E., 2007, Lake Rogers: A late Pleistocene lake in northern Death Valley revisited, Geological Society of America, 119th annual meeting, abstract.

Klinger, R. E., and Sarna-Wojcicki, A. M., 2001, Field trip guide for Day A, northern Death Valley, in Machette, M. N., et. Al., 2001, Quaternary and Late Pliocene Geology of the Death Valley Region: Recent Observations on Tectonics, Stratigraphy, and Lake Cycles, United States Geological Survey Open-File Report 01-51.

Klinger, R. E., and Sarna-Wojcicki, A. M., 2001b, Active tectonics and deposition in the Lake Rogers basin, in Machette, M. N., et. Al., 2001, Quaternary and Late Pliocene Geology of the Death Valley Region: Recent Observations on Tectonics, Stratigraphy and Lake Cycles, United States Geological Survey, Open-File Report, 01951.

Knott., J. R., et. al., 2008, Reconstructing lat Pliocene to middle Pleistocene Death Valley lakes and river systems as a test of pupfish (Cyprinodontidae) dispersal hypotheses, in Late Cenozoic Drainage History of the Southwestern Great Basin and Lower Colorado River Region: Geologic and Biotic Perspectives, Geological Society of America Special Paper 439, p. 1-26.

Labotka, T. C., and Albee, A. L., 1988, Metamorphism and tectonics of the Death Valley region, California and Nevada, in Ernst, W. G., ed., Metamorphism and Crustal Evolution of the Western United States, Prentice Hall, p. 714-736.

LaFemina, P., et. Al., 2005, Strain partitioning across the eastern California shear zone, Geological Society of America, 117th annual meeting, abstract and oral presentation.

Larson, P. H., et. al., 2007, High resolution GPR investigation of a Lake Manly shoreline deposit, Death Valley, California, Geological Society of America, 119th annual meeting, abstract.

Licari, G., 1999, Road Log-Field Trip One, the Cambrian-Precambrian boundary in the Death Valley Region, Geology of the Death Valley Region, Far West Section, National Association of Geoscience Teachers, p.1-1 to 1-12.

MacDonald, A. A., 1970, The northern Mojave Desert’s Little Sahara, Mineral Information Service, California Division of Mines and Geology, Vol. 23, No. 1, p.3-6.

Machette, M. N., et. Al., 2001, Questions about Lake Manly’s age, extent, and source, in Machette, M. N., et. Al., 2001, Quaternary and Late Pliocene Geology of the Death Valley Region: Recent Observations on Tectonics, Stratigraphy, and Lake Cycles, Untied States Geological Survey Open-File Report 01-51.

Mase, C. W., et. Al, 1979, Near-Surface Heat flow in Saline Valley, California, United States Geological Survey, Open-File Report 79-1136.

McAllister, J. F., 1970, Geology of the Furnace Creek borate area, Death Valley, Inyo County, California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Map Sheet 14.

Meek, N., and Dorn, R., 2000, Is Mushroom Rock a ventifact?, California Geology, v. 53, p. 18-21.

Menges, C. M., 2008, Multistage late Cenozoic evolution of the Amargosa River drainage, southwestern Nevada and eastern California, in Late Cenozoic Drainage History of the Southwestern Great Basin and Lower Colorado River Region: Geologic and Biotic Perspectives, Geological Society of America Special Paper 439, p. 39-90.

Messina, P., and Stoffer, P., 2001, Using new technology to solve an old mystery, California Geology, p. 4-14.

Miller, M. G., and Wright, L. A., 2004, Geology of Death Valley National Park, 2nd Ed., Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque.

Miller, R. R., 1950, Speciation in fishes of the genera Cyprinodon and Empetrichtys, inhabiting the Death Valley region, Evolution, v. 4, p. 155-163.

Nelson, C. A., 1971, Geologic Map of the Waucoba Spring Quadrangle, Inyo County, California, United States Geological Survey Map GQ-921.

Oldow, J. S., 2005, Crustal anisotropy, strain localization, and the development of transtensional strain portioning in the central Walker Lane, western Great Basin, Geological Society of America, 117th annual meeting, abstract and oral presentation.

Phillips, F. M., 2008, Geological and hydrological history of the paleo-Owens River drainage since the late Miocene, in Late Cenozoic Drainage History of the Southwestern Great Basin and Lower Colorado River Region: Geologic and Biotic Perspectives, Geological Society of America Special Paper 439, p. 115-150.

Reynolds, R. E., 2001, Wolves of Shoshone, Southern Death Valley, in The Changing Face of the East Mojave Desert, California State University, Desert Studies Consortium.

Robinson, T. W., 1957, Determination of the flow of Saratoga Springs in Death Valley National Monument, California, United States Geological Survey, Open-File report.

Seiple, E., 1984, Fossils and formations of the lower Cambrian type Waucoban section, California Geology, July, 1984, p. 149-153.

Sharp, R. P., and Carey, D.L., 1976, Sliding stones, Racetrack playa, California, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 87, p. 1704-1717.

Sharp, R. P., and Glazner, A. F., 1997, Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley, Mountain Press Publishing Company, Missoula Montana.

Snow, J. K., and Wernicke, B, 1989, Uniqueness of geological reconstructions, an example from the Death Valley extended terrain, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 101, p. 1351-1362.

Snyder, C. T., et. Al., 1964, Pleistocene Lakes in the Great Basin, United States Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations, Map I-416.

Snyder, N. P., and Kammer, L. L., 2008. Dynamic adjustments in channel width in response to a forced diversion: Gower Gulch, Death Valley National Park, California, Geology, v. 36, no. 2, p. 187-190.

Spear, S. G., 1986, Distribution and Relative Age of Selected Landforms in Death Valley National Monument, California and Nevada, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California-Riverside.

_________, 1992, The climate of Death Valley, The California Geographer, v. 32, p. 39-50.

Stone, P., and Stevens, C. H., 1988, An angular unconformity in the Permian section of east-central California, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 100, p. 547-551.

Strand, R. G., 1967, Geologic Map of California, 1:250,000, Mariposa Sheet, California Division of Mines and Geology.

Streitz, R., and Stinson, M. C., 1974, Geologic Map of California, 1:250,000, Death Valley Sheet, California Division of Mines and Geology.

Taylor, G. C., and Joseph, S.E., 1993, Mineral Land Classification of the Eureka-Saline Valley Area, Inyo and Mono Counties, California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Special Report 166.

Troxel, B. W., 1974, Significance of a man-made diversion of Furnace Creek Wash at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley, California, in Guidebook: Death Valley Region, California and Nevada, Death Valley Publishing Company, Shoshone, California, p. 87-91.

Troxel, B. W., and Heydari, E., 1982, Basin and Range geology in a roadcut, Geology of Selected Areas in the San Bernardino Mountains, western Mojave Desert, and southern Great Basin, California, Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section Field Trip Guidebook, Field Trip No. 9.

Van Gosen, B. S., et. Al., 2004, A USGS study of talc deposits and associated amphibolite asbestos within mined deposits of the southern Death Valley region, California, United States Geological Survey Open File Report 2004-1092.

Vriend, N. M., et. Al., 2007, Solving the mystery of booming sand dunes, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 34,L16306, doi:10,1029/2007GL030276.

Walker, J. D., et. Al., 2002, Geologic map of northern Mojave Desert and southwestern Basin and Range, California, in Glazner, A. F., et. Al., Eds., Geologic Evolution of the Mojave Desert and Southwestern Basin and Range, United States Geological Survey, Memoir 195.

Warnke. D. A., et. Al., 2005, Near-surface geophysical survey of the Beatty Junction barrier beach deposit, Death Valley National Park, California, Geological Society of America, 117th annual meeting, abstract and poster.

Wernicke, B., et. Al., 1993, Structural constraints on Neogene tectonism in the southern Great Basin, in Lahren, M. M., et. Al., Eds., Crustal Evolution of the Great Basin and Sierra Nevada, Geological Society of America, Field Trip Guidebook, p. 453-479.

Winograd, I. J., and Thordarson, W., 1975, Hydrogeologic and Hydrochemical Framework, South-Central Great Basin, Nevada-California, with Special Reference to the Nevada Test Site, United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 712-C.

Wright, L. A., 1950, Geology of the Superior Talc Area, Death Valley California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Special Report 20.

Wright, L. A., 1968, Talc Deposits of the Southern Death Valley-Kingston Range Region, California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Special Report 95.

Wright, L. A., 1974, Geology of the southeast quarter of the Tecopa Quadrangle, Inyo County, California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Map Sheet 20.

Wright, L. A., and Miller, M. G., 2004, Death Valley National Park, in Geology of National Parks, Harris, A. G., Et. Al., Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, p. 713-738.

Wright, L. A., and Troxel, B. W., 1984, Geology of the north ˝ Confidence Hills 15’ Quadrangle, Inyo County, California, California Division of Mines and Geology, Map Sheet 34.

__________________________, 1993, Geologic map of the central and northern Funeral Mountains and adjacent areas, Death Valley Region, southern California, United States Geological Survey, Map I-2305.

Wright, L. A., et. Al., 1991, Cenozoic magmatic and tectonic evolution of the east-central Death Valley Region, California, in Geological Excursions in Southern California and Mexico, Geological Society of America Guidebook, Annual Meeting, p. 93-127.

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