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G & G research for stratigraphy


Examples of G & G research involving studies of stratigraphy in western states include:

Campbell, R.H., McCulloh, T.H., and Vedder, J.G., 2007, The Miocene Topanga Group of southern California—a 100-year history of changes in stratigraphic nomenclature:  U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 1385, 38 p., http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2007/1385/ .

Faulds, J.E., Howard, K.A., and Duebendorfer, E.M., 2008, Cenozoic evolution of the abrupt Colorado Plateau - Basin and Range boundary, northwest Arizona:  a tale of three basins, immense lacustrine-evaporite deposits, and the nassent Colorado River:  Geological Society of America Field Guide 11, p. 119-151, doi: 10.130/2008.fld011(06).

Howard, K.A. and Malmon, D.V., 2007, Stratigraphy of Colorado River deposits in lower Mohave Valley, Arizona and California, in Reynolds, R.E., ed., Wild, scenic and rapid, a trip down the Colorado River trough: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium, and LSA Associates, Inc., p. 50-56.

Malmon, D., and Howard, K., 2007, Overview; the Chemehuevi Formation along the lower Colorado River, in Reynolds, R.E., ed., Wild, scenic and rapid, a trip down the Colorado River trough: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium, and LSA Associates, Inc., p. 57-60.

Malmon, D., 2007, Preliminary observations of geochemical properties of Colorado River and related sediments, in Reynolds, R.E., ed., Wild, scenic and rapid, a trip down the Colorado River trough: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium, and LSA Associates, Inc., p. 61-62.

Malmon, D.V., Reneau, S.L., Katzman, D., Lavine, A., and Lyman, J., 2007, Suspended sediment transport in an ephemeral stream following wildfire: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 112, no. F2, F02006, doi:10.1029/2005JF000459, 2007.

Stevens, C.H., and Stone, P., 2006, Submarine gravity slides on the Paleozoic continental slope at the western edge of the Great Basin, east-central California: a mechanism for development of unconformities in slope environments: Stratigraphy, v. 3, no. 2, p. 139-149.


 

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