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Geophysics Unit of Menlo Park, CA (GUMP)

U.S. Geological Survey - Western Region - Geology and Geophysics

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Jonathan M.G. Glen

Research Geophysicist
Geophysical Unit of Menlo Park, CA (GUMP)

U.S. Geological Survey
345 Middlefield Road, MS989
Menlo Park, CA 94025
phone: (650) 329-5282
fax: (650) 329-5133
email: jglen@usgs.gov

Jonathan Glenn
 

Abstracts

1. Glen, J.M., Liddicoat, J.C., and Coe, R.S., 1990, Refinement of the Gauss/Matuyama polarity boundary (2.48 m.y.), Searles Valley, California, p. 4, in Reversals Secular Variation and Dynamo Theory, Abstracts for the SEDI Symposium (Reversals, Secular Variation and Dynamo Theory), Santa Fe, NM, August 1990.

2. Glen, J.M., Coe, R.S., and Boughn, S., 1992, Preliminary estimate of the age of the Matuyama/Brunhes reversal based on a sedimentary record from Owens Lake, CA, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 73, 43, 632.

3. Glen, J.M., Coe, R.S., and Boughn, S., 1993, Paleomagnetism of Owens Lake sediments: constraints on the timing of climate fluctuations” given at a symposium on paleoclimate records from the western U.S. (Ongoing paleoclimatic studies in the Northern Great Basin) in Reno, CA, May 1993. 

4. Glen, J.M., Coe, R.S., and Liddicoat, J.C., 1993, The Gauss/Matuyama Reversal Record From Searles Lake and its Relation to Transition Records From Western North America, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 74, 43, 219.

5. Smith, G.I., Bischoff, J.L., Sarna-Wojcicki, A.M., Menking, K.M., and Glen, J., A 800,000 yr paleoclimatic record from Owens Lake, California; preliminary report, Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 26, 2, 93-94.

6. Glen, J.M., and Coe, R.S., 1994, Rock- and Paleo-magnetism of the Owens Lake core OL92, given at: Correlation of Marine and Terrrestrial Records Workshop - USGS Global Change and Climate History Program, Pajaro Dunes, CA.

7. Glen, J.M., Coe, R.S., and Liddicoat, J.C., 1994, Persistent patterns in reversal records from western North America, Institute of Rock Magnetism symposium, Santa Fe, NM.

8. Glen, J.M., and Gilder, S.A., 1994, A New Technique to Study the Magnetization of Materials at High Temperatures and Pressures: Evidence for a Canted Antiferromagnetic State of Hexagonal Closed Packed (hcp) Iron, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 75, 44, 633.

9. Coe, R. S., and Glen, J. M., 1995, What do we really know about geomagnetic reversals?, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, XXI general assembly, abstracts, 21, Week A, 425.

10. Smith, G.I., Bischoff, J.L., Sarna-Wojcicki, A., Menking, K.M., and Glen, J., 1995, A 800,000 yr paleoclimatic record from Owens Lake, California: preliminary report, , Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America.

11. Glen, J.M., Coe, R.S. Smith, G.I., and Boughn, S.S., 1995, Paleomagnetism of Owens Lake sediments: constraints on the timing of climate fluctuations, p. 3, in Ongoing paleoclimatic studies in the Northern Great Basin, Abstracts for paleoclimate symposium, Reno, CA, May 1993, USGS Water Resources Investigation Report.

12. Glen, J.M., Coe, R.S. Smith, G.I., and Boughn, S.S., 1995, Paleomagnetism of Owens Lake sediments: constraints on the timing of climate fluctuations, p. 3, in Ongoing paleoclimatic studies in the Northern Great Basin, Abstracts for paleoclimate symposium, Reno, CA, May 1993, USGS Water Resources Investigation Report.

13. Glen, J.M., Renne, P., and Milner, S., 1995, Preliminary study of the magnetostratigraphy and rock magnetism of Etendeka volcanics, Namibia, and its significance to the timing and style of eruption, Int. Union Geod. Geophys., Abstracts, July 1995.

14. Coe, R. S., Meyer, R. P., Smith, R., Liddicoat, J. C., and Glen, J. M., 1996, Fidelity of magnetic recording at Mono Lake revisited, Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 77, 17, 83.

15. Glen, J.M., Renne, P., Milner, S., and Coe, R.S., 1996, AMS-inferred magma flow in lavas and intrusions of the Parana-Etendeka Igneous Province: implications for the roles of hotspot and rifting in flood volcanism, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 77, 46, 826.

16. Soler, V., Glen, J.M., and Valet, J.P., 1996, Preliminary results of Neogene geomagnetic polarity reversal records from lavas of the Canary Islands, Spain, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 77, 46, 166.

17. Glen, J.M., and Gilder, S.A., 1996, Magneto-Optic Kerr Effect measurements on iron at high pressures in a diamond anvil cell, Inst. for Rock Mag. Quarterly, 5, 4.

18. Glen, J.M.G., Renne P.R., Milner, S.C., and Coe, R.S., 1997, AMS inferred magma flow in the coastal Paraná-Etendeka igneous province: evidence for rifting before flood volcanism, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 78, 46, F741.

19. Glen, J.M.G., Renne P.R., Milner, S.C., and Ernesto, M., 1997, Paleomagnetism of the Etendeka and Parana Igneous Provinces: Inter-and intra-province magnetostratigraphic correlations, duration of volcanism, and paleomagnetic pole determinations, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 78, 46, F747.

20. Glen, J.M., and Gilder, S.A., 1998, Magnetic properties of hexagonal closed-packed Iron deduced from direct observations and their implications on core dynamics, , EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 79, 45, F69.

21. Glen, J.M.G., Renne P.R., Milner  S.C., and Coe, R.S., 1998, Magma flow in units the coastal Paraná-Etendeka igneous province: Constraints on source regions of silicics and on the relative timing of rifting and flood volcanism, IAVCEI, International volcanological Congress, Capetown, South Africa, QE521.5-I28.

22. Glen, J.M.G., Potential field geophysics of northwest Namibia, 1998, IAVCEI, International volcanological Congress, Capetown, post-Congress field excursion C5: Southern Etendeka volcanism, northwestern Namibia.

23. Glen, J.M.G., Coe, R.S., and Liddicoat, J.C., 1999, A detailed record of paleomagnetic field change from Searles Lake, California: the Gauss/Matuyama polarity reversal, Int. Union Geod. Geophys., XXII General Assembly, Abstracts, 257, B321, GA1.03/W/28-B2.

24. Glen, J.M.G., and Hongre, L., 1999, Phenomenalogical models of the reversing geomagnetic field, Int. Union Geod. Geophys., XXII General Assembly, Abstracts, 257, A292, GA1.01/W/15-A5.

25. Glen, J.M.G., Renne P.R., Milner, S.C., and Coe, R.S., 1999, Anomalously low angular dispersion during the early Cretaceous, Int. Union Geod. Geophys., XXII General Assembly, Abstracts, 257, B319, GA1.03/W/04-B1.

26. Deino, A.L., Glen, J.M., Kingston, J., and Hill, A., 1999, 40Ar/39Ar age calibration of the Gauss/Matuyama boundary and recognition of precessional climatic cycles in the Chemeron Formation, central Kenya Rift, EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Mtg. Suppl., 80, 40, 1168.

27. Langenheim, V.E., Dixon, G.L., Katzer, T., Glen, J.M., and Jachens, R.C., Geologic and geophysical constraints on the hydrology of the lower Virgin River Valley, Nevada-Arizona-Utah, , Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstracts with programs, 32, 7, A253.

28. Ponce, D.A., and Glen, J.M.G., 2000, Geophysical expression of the northern Nevada rift, Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstracts with programs, 32, 7, A462.

29. Glen, J.M.G., Hildenbrand, T.G., and Ludington, S., 2000, Insights on the basement of the Great Basin from an integrated geophysical, geologic and geochemical study, Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstracts with programs, 32,7, A503. 

30. Bogue, S.W., Glen, J.M., and Gromme, S., 2000, Miocene R-N(?) Geomagnetic Reversal Recorded by Lava Flows, Sheep Creek Range, North Central Nevada, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 81, 48, F353.

31. Pluhar, C., Glen, J.M., and Coe, R.S., 2000, Paleomagnetism and geochemical correlation of Pliocene lavas suggests block rotation near the Coso range, CA, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 81, 48, F363.

32. Glen, J.M.G., and Ponce, D.A., 2000, Large-scale fracture patterns point to the birth of a hotspot in the northwest U.S., Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 81, 48, F1217.

33. Glen, J.M.G., November 2000, The Northern Nevada Rift and its relation to flood volcanism and the birth of a hotspot, USGS - Anchorage office.

34. Lyons, J.J., Glen, J.M.G., Metcalfe, I., Mundil, R., and Renne, P.R., 2001, Late Permian to early Triassic nonmarine magneto-stratigraphy, Junggar basin, nw China, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 82, 17, F319.

35. Ponce, D.A., and Glen, J.M.G., 2001, Large-scale crustal features, epithermal gold deposits, and the Yellowstone hotspot, western U.S., Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 82, 17, F864.

36. Glen, J.M.G., 2001, Regional faulting associated with the southern Alaska orocline, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 82, 17, F1203.

37. Glen, J.M.G., Schmidt, J., and Nelson, S., and Morin, R.L., 2002, Gravity and magnetic studies of the Talkeetna Mountains and their implications for the Jurassic to Recent evolution of structures and tectonics in southern Alaska, Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstracts with programs, 34, 5, A73.

38. Sanger, E.A., Glen, J.M.G., Morin, R.L., Schmidt, J., and Nelson, S., 2002, Gravity and magnetic modeling of the Nikolai Greenstone in the Amphitheater Syncline, Mt Hayes quadrangle, Alaska, Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstracts with programs, 34, 5, A73.

39. Renne, P., Scott, G., Glen, J., and Feinberg, J., 2002, Oriented Inclusions of single domain magnetite in clinopyroxene: source of stable remanent magnetization in gabbros of the early Cretaceous Messum Complex, Namibia, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Spring ann. Mtg. Suppl., Abstract GP42A-09.

40. Glen, J.M., Pellerin, L., Schmidt, J.M., Sampson, J.A., Morin, R., and Sanger, E., 2002, Geophysical investigations related to the mineral potential of southcentral AK: a summary of results from the Talkeetna Mountains Transect Project, Alaska Miners Meeting, Abstracts, November, 2002, Anchorage, p.11.

41. Pellerin, L., Glen, J., Sanger, E., Sampson, J., and Schmidt, J., 2002, Geophysical investigations of the Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska, 16th International workshop on electromagnetic induction in the earth - Santa Fe, NM, June 16-22, p. EM6-34.

42. Glen, J., Nomade, S., Lyons, J., Mundil, R., Metcalfe, I., and Renne, P.R., 2002 Magnetostratigraphy of Permian-Triassic marine sediments from Shangsi, Sichuan Province, China, Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstracts with programs, 34, 6, 136.

43. Nomade, S., Glen, J., Lyons, J.J., Mundil, R., Metcalfe, I., and Renne, P.R., 2002 Magnetostratigraphy of Permian-Triassic paralic sediments from Langzai, Guihzou Province, south-western China, Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstracts with programs, 34, 6, 508.

44. Schmidt, J.M., Pellerin, L., Glen, J.M.G., Bittenbender, P., Ellis, W.T., and Sampson, J.A., 2002, What lies beneath the Amphitheater Mountains?:  Geophysical investigations shed light on the structural setting and PGE-Ni-Cu potential of the Nikolai magmatic system, Northwest Miners association meeting, November 2002.

45. Coe, R.S., and Glen, J.M.G., 2003, Short-term changes in the geomagnetic field: high-resolution records and the relation to geodynamo simulations. Chapman conference on timescales of the geomagnetic field, Gainesville, Florida, March 9-11.

46. Glen, J.M.G., Ponce, D.A., Nomade, S., and John, D.A., 2003, Dike emplacement and the birth of the Yellowstone hotspot, western USA, Geophys. Res. Abs., 5, 07780

47. Glen, J.M.G., 2003, Active crustal dynamics in the bend of the southern Alaska orocline, USA, European Geophysical Society, meeting abstracts, Geophys. Res. Abs., 5, 07755

48. Glen, J.M.G., and Schmidt, J.M., 2003, Talkeetna Mountains Transect, central Alaska, USGS Minerals Team  Project Chiefs meeting, Denver CO.

49. Glen, J.M.G., McPhee, D.K., Schmidt, J.M., Pellerin, L., and Morin, R.L., 2003, Terrane-scale crustal structures of southcentral Alaska inferred from regional geophysical studies, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 35, 6, 560.

50. O’Neill, J.M., Schmidt, J.M., Glen, J.M.G., and Pellerin, L., 2003, Mesozoic and Tertiary structural history of the northern Talkeetna Mountains, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 35, 6, 560.

51. Fisher, M.A., Pellerin, L., Glen, J.M.,  Ratchkovski, N.A., and  Nokleberg, W. J., 2003, A geophysical transect across the Alaska Range: relationship between crustal structure and the November, 2002, M=7.9 Denali earthquake, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 35, 6, 561.

52. Fisher, M.A., Glen, J.M., Ratchkovski, N.A., Pellerin, L., and  Nokleberg, W. J., 2003, Geophysical Investigation of the Denali Fault and Alaska Range Orogen Within the Aftershock Zone of the October-November, 2002, M=7.9 Denali Earthquake, , Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 84, 46, S12A-0378.

53. Pluhar, C.J., Nomade, S., Glen, J.M.G., and Coe, R.S., 2003, Jaramillo, Cobb Mtn., or Punaruu? - Re-examination of “Cobb Mtn. Event” Lavas at the Coso Volcanic Field, CA, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 84, 46, GP31D-0774. 

54. Jarboe, N., Coe, R.S., Glen, J.M.G., and Renne, P.R., 2003, A Study of Mid-Miocene Yellowstone Hotspot Volcanics and the Search for the Steens Mountain Reversal, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Fall ann. Mtg., 84, 46, GP11C-0276.

55. Nazarova, K., and Glen, J.M.G., 2004, Integration of NASA/GSFC and USGS Rock Magnetic Databases, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, Spring ann. Mtg., 85, 17, GP21A-04.

56. Pluhar, C.J., Nomade, S., Glen, J.M.G., Coe, R.S., and Renne, P.R., 2004, Magnetostratigraphy, geochronology and geochemical evolution of the Pliocene Coso volcanic field, CA and contemporaneity with Sierra Nevada delamination, 2004, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 36, 5, 340.

57. Plenier, G., and Glen, J.M.G., 2004, Complex magnetic fabrics in igneous rocks, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP23B-06.  

58. Glen, J.M.G., Ponce, D.A., and Sepulveda, E., 2004, Yellowstone Hotspot Melting And Its Relation To Pre-Existing Crustal Structures And Great Basin Extension, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union,85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V51B-0555. 

59. Jarboe, N., Coe, R.S., Glen, J.M.G., and Renne, P.R., 2004, Investigating the Timing and Extent of Early Yellowstone Hotspot Volcanism While Expanding the Steens Mountain Magnetic Reversal Record, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP11D-0866.

60. Sweetkind, D., Wallace, A.R., Nutt, C.J., John, D.A., Howard, K.A., Ponce, D.A., Glen, J.M.G., Moore, T.E., and Hofstra, A.H., 2004, Reconstructing northern Great Basin geologic and mineralizing events using regional cross sections, Geol. Soc. Nev. Mtg.

61. Deino, A.L., Glen, J.M., Kingston, J., and Hill, A., 2005, Precessional climatic signal in the Plio-Pliestocene Chemeron Formation, central Kenya Rift, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Aug 2005, Session SS-35, Abstracts of the 15th annual V. M. Goldschmidt conference, A323.

62. Glen, J.M.G., and Schmidt, J.M., 2005, Large mafic igneous province in central Alaska, USGS Minerals Team  Project Chiefs meeting, Denver CO.

63. Plenier, G., Glen, J.G., 2005, What causes permuted magnetic fabrics in igneous rocks?, IAGA Assembly, July 2005.

64. Tilden, J.E., Ponce, D.A., Glen, J.M.G., John, D.A., and Person, M.A., 2005, Three-dimensional geologic model of the Beowawe Geothermal Area, north-central Nevada, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 37, 7, 380.

65. Sweetkind, D., Nutt, C.J., John, D.A., Howard, K., Person, M.A., Ponce, D.A., Glen, J.M.G., and Evans, J., 2005, Tectonic reconstructions based on regional cross sections to increase understanding of metallogeny and fluid flow in the northern Great Basin, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 37, 7, 379.

66. Jarboe, N., Coe, R.S., Glen, J.M.G., and Renne, P.R., 2005, Correlating the Steens (R0-N0) Magnetic Polarity Reversal Across the Oregon Plateau, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 37, 7, 207.

67. Stuart, J.H., and Glen, J.M.G., 2005, Neoproterozoic rocks: history of Neoproterozoic continents and indications of a precursor Mesoproterozoic supercontinent, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 37, 7, 217.

68. Ponce, D.A., and Glen, J.M.G., 2005, A prominent basement feature in north-central Nevada and its tectonic implications, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 37, 7, 378.

69. Glen, J.M.G., and Ponce, D.A., 2005, Does Hotspot Melting Pace Great Basin Extension?, GSA Abstracts with Programs, 37, 7, 200. 

70. Glen, J.M.G., Lerch, D.L., Klemperer, S.L., and Ponce, D.A., 2005,  Seismic refraction and potential field modeling from the northwestern Basin and Range transition zone, Nevada and California, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T51D-1367.   

71. Bijoor, S., Glen, J., McPhee, D., and Klemperer, S., 2005, Ultra-low Frequency Electromagnetic Monitoring of Earthquakes in the San Francisco Bay Area: Initial Results of an Earthscope PBO Project, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T51B-1343.

72. Plenier, G., and Glen, J.G., 2005, Deciphering magma flow directions from complex magnetic fabrics, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP13A-0035.   

73. Jarboe, N., Coe, R.S., Glen, J.M.G., and Renne, P.R., 2005, Compilation of a composite geomagnetic polarity reversal path recorded in basalts erupted during initial Yellowstone Hotspot volcanism, Eos, Trans., Am. Geophys. Union, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP21A-0016.  

74.  Schmidt, J.M., and Glen, J.M.G., 2006, The extent, boundaries, and crustal character of Wrangellia in southern Alaska, GSA Abstracts with Programs, vol. 38, no. 5, p.25.

75. Glen, J.M.G., Schmidt, J.M., and Morin, R.L., 2006, Preliminary 2D potential field models of the Longview and Lakeview barite deposits, southern National Petroleum Reserve, Alaska (NPRA) , Alaska Miners Meeting, Abstracts, November, 2006, Anchorage.

76.  Tilden, J.E., Glen, J.M., Ponce, D.A., and John, D.A., 2006, Three-Dimensional Geologic Model of the Northern Nevada Rift and Beowawe Geothermal Area, North-central Nevada, Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T31B-0442.

77.  Bogue, S.W., Cole, A., and Glen, J.M., 2006, Possible Recording of Rapidly Changing Transitional Geomagnetic Field Within a Single Lava Flow, Sheep Creek Range, North Central Nevada, Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP21B-1305.

78.  Jarboe, N.A., Coe, R.S., Renne, P.R., Glen, J.M., 2006, 40Ar/39Ar Ages of the Early Columbia River Basalt Group: Determining the Steens Mountain Geomagnetic Polarity Reversal (R0-N0) as the top of the C5Cr Chron and the Imnaha Normal (N0) as the C5Cn.3n Chron, Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V51D-1702.

79. Glen, J.M., Payne, S.J., Bouligand, C., Helm-Clark, C.M., Champion, D.E., 2006, Regional geophysical setting of the Yellowstone Hotspot track along the Snake River Plain, Idaho, USA, Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V51D-1698.

80.  Glen, J.M., and Blakely, R.J., 2007, Geophysical domains of the Oregon arc and backarc and their tectonic significance, GSA Abstracts with Programs, vol. 39, no. 4, paper 8-9.

81.  Jarboe, N.A., Coe, R.S., Glen, J.M.G., and Renne, P.R., 2007, The 16.6 Ma Steens Mountain Geomagnetic Polarity Reversal: Additional Complexity From a Composite Record of Five Stratigraphic Sections, Eos Trans. AGU, Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP43A-07.

82.  Coe, R.S., Jarboe, N.A., Glen, J.M.G., and Renne, P.R., 2007, Did episodes of very rapid change in field direction occur during the Steens Mountain reversal?, Eos Trans. AGU, Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP43A-08.

83.  Klemperer, S., Miller, E., Gashawbeza, E., Lerch, D., Colgan, J.P., and Glen, J., 2007, The northwestern boundary of the Basin and Range Province: Insights and surprises regarding its evolution based on Earthscope refraction, teleseismic, potential field and geologic data, GSA Abstracts with Programs, vol. 39, no. 6, paper 129030.

84. Jarboe, N.A., Coe, R.S., Glen, J.M.G., and Renne, P.R., 2007, Establishing the Limits of Yellowstone Hotspot Volcanism at the Time of the Steens Mountain Reversal, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V23B-1438.

85. Culp, D., Klemperer, S., Glen, J., and McPhee, D., 2007, Re-affirming the Magnetic Precursor to the 1989 Loma Prieta, CA, Earthquake Using Magnetic Field Data Collected in the US in 1989 and 1990, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract S41D-03.

86. Bouligand, C., Glen, J.M.G., Blakely, R.J., 2007, A new method for mapping depth to the Curie-temperature isotherm in the Great Basin from aeromagnetic anomalies, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP31A-07.

87. Egger, A.E., Glen, J.M.G., Ponce, D.A., Lerch, D., Klemperer, S., 2007, Structural controls on the Surprise Valley fault system, northwestern margin of the Basin and Range, based on combined geologic, potential-field, and seismic reflection modeling, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T31C-0589.

88. Glen, J.M.G., Blakely, R.J., 2007, Long-Lived Crustal Structures and Their Role in the Tectonic Evolution of the Cascadia Backarc, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T41B-0590.

89. Gilder, S., LeGoff, M., Glen, J., 2008, Magnetic properties of iron at high pressures, European Geosciences Union, meeting abstracts, EGU2008-A-04033; MPRG5-1FR3O-003.

90. Bouligand, C., Glen, J., Blakely, R., 2008, Mapping the depth-extent of crustal magnetic sources in the Great Basin, USA, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP43B-0809.

91. Neumann, D., McPherson, S., Kappler, K., Klemperer, S., Glen, J., McPhee, D., 2008, Stanford - USGS Ultra-Low Frequency Electromagnetic Network: Status Report and Data Availability Via the Web, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract S53B-1824.

92. Bogue, S., Glen, J., Cromwell, G., Spahn, Z., 2008, Very Rapid Transitional Geomagnetic Change Recorded During Thermal Remagnetization of a Warm Lava Flow, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP21A-0771.

93. Stilson, T., Garcia del Real, P., Munoz, C., Egger, A., Glen, J., Aarons, S., Athens, N., Bouligand, C., Dudley, J., Fontiveros, V., Pope, E., Stafford, S., 2008, The Faults and Hot Springs of Surprise Valley: Perspectives from Detailed Gravity and Magnetic Data, Eos Trans., Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T21B-1969

94. Jarboe, N.A., Renne, P.R., Coe, R.S., and Glen, J.M.G., 2009, Determining the Ages and Eruption Rates of the Columbia River Basalt Group Magnetozones Using 40Ar/39Ar Ages, Geomagnetic Polarity Transition Paths, and Stratigraphy with Correlations to Orbitally Tuned Deep-Sea Cores and Seafloor Spreading Records, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP23B-0789.

95. Ponce, D.A., Bouligand, C., Casteel, J., Glen, J.M.G., Melosh, G., and Watt, J.T., 2009, Geophysical investigations of the Blue Mountain geothermal area, north-central Nevada and its relationship to a crustal-scale geologic feature associated with the inception of the Yellowstone Hotspot, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H53F-1005.

96. McPhee, D.K., Glen, J.M.G., Egger, A.E., and Chuchel, B., 2009, Geophysical investigation of the Lake City Fault Zone, Surprise Valley, California, and implications for geothermal circulation, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H53F-1005.

97. Athens, N.,  Fontiveros, V., Glen, J.M.G., Klemperer, S., Egger, A., Morin, R., 2009, Potential-field modeling and high-resolution seismic imaging to characterize subsurface structure in Surprise Valley, California, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T21D-1846.

98. Glen, J.M.G., Schmidt, J.M., and Connard, G.G., 2009, 3D potential-field model of a Triassic Nikolai large igneous province vent, central Alaska Range, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V21A-1968.

99. Garber, J.H., Klemperer, S.L, McPhee, D.K., and Glen, J.M.G., 2009, Temporal Changes in Apparent Resistivity on the Stanford–USGS Ultra-Low Frequency Electromagnetic Network, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract NH31C-1129.

100. Glen, J.M.G., Connard, G., and Schmidt, J.M., 2010, 3D Gravity and Magnetic Model of a Triassic Large Igneous Province Vent, Central Alaska Range, European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, 72nd  Conference Abstract, 4p.

101. Karplus, M.S., Klemperer, S.L., Wenjin, Z., Zhenhan, W., Brown, L.D., Danian, S., Mechie, J., Chen, C., and Glen J., 2010, INDEPTH-IV Seismic Imaging of Channel Flow Outwards from the Kunlun Mountains beneath the Qaidam Basin, 25th Himilaya-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop, San Francisco, June 2010.

102. Glen, J.M.G., McPhee, D. K., Klemperer, S.L., and Johnston, M., 2010, The San Andreas fault seismo-electromagnetic monitoring system: a focused array for assessing the existence of pre-seismic signals, Electromagnetic Studies of Earthquakes and Volcanoes Workshop, Orange, CA October 2010.

103. Carlson, C.W., Pluhar, C.J., Glen, J.M., Tectonic Tales: Changes in Central Walker Lane Strain Accommodation near Bridgeport, California; as told by the Stanislaus Group, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP11A-0746.

104. Bouligand, C., Glen, J.M., 2010, Mapping hydrothermal alteration in Yellowstone National Park using magnetic methods, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP21A-0989.

105. Bowden, D.C., Engelland-Gay, H., Enright, A., Gardner, J., Klemperer, S.L., McPhee, D. K., Glen, J.M., 2010, Stanford - USGS Ultra-Low Frequency Electromagnetic Network: Hardware Developments in Magnetometer Calibration and Data Recording, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract NH31A-1338.

106. Athens, N., Fontiveros, V.C., Klemperer, S.L., Egger, A.E., Glen, J. M., 2010, 2-D High Resolution Seismic Imaging and Potential-Field Modeling of Small-Scale Intrabasin Faulting in Surprise Valley, California, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract NS41A-1501.

107.  Ponce D.A., Watt, J.T., Glen, J.M., 2010, Physical Properties and Distribution of Intrusive Rocks (Plutons) in the Great Basin, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T21C-2177.

108. Vandemeulebrouck, J., Hurwitz, S., Johnston, M.J., Rudolph, M.L., Karlstrom, L., Sohn, R.A., Murphy, F., McPhee, D.K., Glen, J.M., Soule,S.A, Meertens, C.M., 2011, Periodic flow instabilities during Lone Star Geyser (YNP) eruptions, as deduced from acoustic measurements, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V53A-2582.

109.  Hurwitz, S., Vandemeulebrouck, J., Johnston, M.J., Sohn, R.A., Karlstrom, L., Rudolph, M.L., Murphy, F., McPhee, D.K., Glen, J.M., Soule,S.A, Pontibrand, C., Meertens, C.M., 2011, Understanding the Impact of 3-D Earth Structure on the Interpretation of Relative sea Level Change at the Time of Meltwater Pulse IA, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GC54B-03.

110.  Bouligand, C., Glen, J.M., McPhee, D.K., 2011, Signature of hydrothermal alteration in ground-magnetic surveys at Yellowstone National Park, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP41A-0980.

111.  Bogue, S., Glen, J., Harmon, L., 2011, Recent Progress in Understanding a Paleomagnetic Record of Rapid Transitional Field Change in the Sheep Creek Transition Zone (Miocene), North Central Nevada, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP31A-1102.

112.  Bouligand, C., Glen, J.M., McPhee, D.K., 2011, Estimating the geometry and extent of alteration in hydrothermal areas of Yellowstone National Park based on high-resolution magnetic surveys, Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section, 108th Annual Meeting, Querétaro, Mexico, Paper No. 12-2.

Glen, J., and Bogue, S., 2011, When Earth’s magnetic field flips: Polarity reversals and rapid transitional field change (RTFC), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center,Greenbelt MD, Engineering Colloquium.

Glen, J.M., 2012, Potential field geophysics of the Snake River Plain, Project Hotspot Science Workshop, Utah State University, Logan.

Carlson, C. Pluhar, C.J., Glen, J.M., and Farner, M.J., 2012, Changes in Central Walker Lane Strain Accommodation near Bridgeport, California; as told by the Stanislaus Group, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP21A-1128.

Christman, L., Connor, D., McPhee, D.K., Glen, J.M., and Klemperer, S.L., 2012, Characterizing potential earthquake signals on the Stanford-USGS ultra-low frequency electromagnetic (ULFEM) array, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V23F-03.

Bouligand, C. Glen, J.M., and McPhee, D.K., 2012, Distribution et géométrie en profondeur de l’altération hydrothermale dans le Parc de Yellowstone déduites de levés magnétiques de haute resolution, Colloque 2012 du Comite National fracais de Geodesie et Geophysiqe, October 10-12, 2012.

McPhee, D.K., Glen, J.M., and Bedrosian, P.A., 2012, Airborne Geophysical Surveys Illuminate the Geologic and Hydrothermal Framework of the Pilgrim Springs Geothermal Area, Alaska,  Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP43B-1133.

Glen, J.M., Egger, A.E., Ippolito, C., Phelps, G.A., Berthold, R., Lee, R., Spritzer, J.M., and Tchernychev, M., 2012, The application of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in geophysical investigations of geothermal systems, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract NH41B-1608.

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