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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


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D'Agnese, F.A., Faunt, C.C., and Turner, A.K., 1995, Preliminary digital geologic maps of the Mariposa, Kingman, Trona, and Death Valley sheets, California: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 94-318, 19 p.

D'Agnese, F.A., Faunt, C.C., Turner, A.K., and Hill, M.C., 1997, Hydrogeologic evaluation and numerical simulation of the Death Valley regional ground-water flow system, Nevada and California: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 96-4300, 124 p.

D'Agnese, F.A., 1994, Using geoscientific information systems for three-dimensional modeling of regional ground-water flow systems, Death Valley Region, Nevada and California: Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Golden, Colorado, 331 p. (I,G)

D'Agnese, F.A., Faunt, C.C., and Turner, A. K., 1996, Using remote sensing and GIS techniques to estimate discharge and recharge fluxes for the Death Valley regional groundwater flow system, USA, editor unknown, HydroGIS 96: Proceedings of the Vienna Conference, April 1996, p. pages 503-511.

Daily, M., Elachi, C., Farr, T., and Schaber, G., 1978. Discrimination of geologic units in Death Valley using dual frequency and polarization imaging radar data. Geophysical Research Letters, v. 5, p. 889-892. (I,M)

Daily, M., Farr, T. Elachi, C. and Schaber, G., 1979, Geologic interpretation from composited radar and Landsat imagery: Photogram. Engr. Remote Sensing, v. 45, p. 1109-1116. *I

Daily, M.I., 1984. Applications of imaging radar to geology. University of California, Santa Barbara, Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, 339 pp. (I)

Dalrymple, G.B., 1963, Potassium-argon Dates of Some Cenozoic Volcanic Rocks of the Sierra Nevada, California: Geological Society of America, Bulletin, v. 74, p. 379-390.

Dalrymple, G.B., 1979, Critical tables for conversion of K-Ar ages from old to new constants: Geology, v. 7, p. 558-560.

Darwin Meyers Associates, 1992, Fault Hazard Investigation, Grapevine Ranger Station area, Death Valley National Monument: Private Consultants, 1308 Pine Street, Martinez, CA., January 1992, 15 p.

Davidson, C., and Lo, M.P., 1973, Analysis of water samples from selected springs in the Death Valley area: Unpublished paper by graduate students, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, 24 p.

Davis, D., Brunson, R. F., and Gorden, T., 1985, Flood mitigation study Death Valley National Monument California and Nevada (Draft): U.S. National Park Service, Denver Service Center, Denver, Colorado, 83 p.

Davis, D.L., 1955, Anaconda’s operation at Darwin mines, Inyo County, California: Unpublished Masters Thesis, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada. (incomplete reference).

Davis, D.R., 1984, Task BLOCKQUOTEective Death Valley National Monument California and Nevada flood mitigation studies packages 271 and 301 and baseline floodplain analysis: (incomplete reference)

Davis, G.A., 1973, Relations between the Keystone and Red Spring thrust faults, eastern Spring Mountains, Nevada: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 84, p. 3709-3716. (763-771)

Davis, G.A., 1977, Limitations on displacement and southeastward extent of the Death Valley fault zone, California, in Short contributions to California geology: California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology Special Report 129, p. 27-33. T

Davis, G.A., 1988, Enigmatic "older over younger" low-angle faulting of Miocene age, central Owlshead Mountains, California [Abstract]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs, v. 20, no. 3, p. 154.

Davis, G.A., 1995, Active slip along shallow dipping extensional detachment faults, the geologic case from the Southwestern United States. (incomplete reference)

Davis, G.A., and Burchfiel, B.C., 1973, Garlock fault, an intercontinental transform structure, southern California: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 84, p. 1407-1422. (T)

Davis, G.A., and Burchfiel, B.C., 1993, Tectonic problems revisited, the eastern terminus of the Miocene Garlock Fault and the amount of slip on the southern Death Valley fault zone: Geological Society of America, 89th annual Cordilleran Section meeting and 46th annual Rocky Mountain Section meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 25, p. 28.

Davis, G.A., and Fleck, R.J., 1977, Chronology of Miocene volcanic and structural events, central Owlshead Mountains, eastern San Bernardino County, California [Abstract]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs, v. 9, no. 4, p. 409 [407?].

Davis, G.A., and Shackelford, T.J., 1974, Limitations on southward extent of the Death Valley Fault Zone, California [Abstract]: Abstracts With Programs, Cordilleran Section 70th Annual Meeting, Geological Society of America, v. 6, no. 3, p. 161.

Davis, G.A., Burchfiel, B.C., Wrucke, C.T., et al., 1997, The Butte Valley and Layton Well thrusts of eastern California, distribution and regional significance–Discussion and reply: Tectonics, v. 16, p. 182-185.

Davis, G.A., Fowler, T.K., Bishop, K.M., Brudos, T.C., Friedmann, S.J., Burbank, D.W., Parke, M.A., and Burchfiel, B.C., 1993, Pluton pinning of an active Miocene detachment fault system, eastern Mojave Desert, California: Geology, v. 21, p. 627-630. T

Davis, G.A., Fowler, T.K., Park, M., Bishop, K. and Friedmann, S.J., 1994, Geologic map of the Shadow Valley basin: unpublished, scale 1:62,500.

Davis, G.A., Geologic map of a part of the Owlshead Mountains, California: unpublished, scale approximately 1:25,000. (incomplete reference)

Davis, G.A., Parke, M., Bishop, K., Fowler, T.K., and Friedmann, S.J., 1991, Grand scale detachment and emplacement of gravity-driven slide sheets into a Miocene terrestrial basin, eastern Mojave Desert, California: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 23, p. 467.

Davis, G.H., 1983, Shear zone model for the origin of the Cordilleran metamorphic core complexes: Geology, v. 11, p. 342-347.

Davis, G.H., and Coney, P.J., 1979, Geologic development of the Cordilleran metamorphic core complexes: Geology, v. 7, p. 120-124.

Davis, J.L., Elosegui, P., Bennett, R.A., et al., 1996, Strain accumulation along Holocene faults near Yucca Mountain, Nevada from GPS geodesy: Geological Society of America, 28th annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, p. 394.

Davis, J.O., and Chadwick, O.A., 1988, Late Quaternary Fine Sediment Flux in the Great Basin–Pedogenic, Climatic, and Stratigraphic Implications: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 20, no. 7, p. A207.

Davis, O.K., and Anderson, R.S., 1987, Pollen in packrat (Neotoma) middens, pollen transport and the relationship of pollen to vegetation: Palynology, v. 11, p. 185-198.

Davis, P.A., Berlin, G.L., and Chavez, P.S., Jr., 1987, Discrimination of altered basaltic rocks in the Southwestern United States by analysis of Landsat thematic mapper data: Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, v. 53, p. 45-55.

Davis, T.P., Yousef, M.K., Douglas, C.L., and others, 1977, Hematological Responses Of The Feral Burro, /Equus Asinus/–Field And Laboratory.: Trans. Ill. State Acad. Sci. v. 70, no. 2, p. 212.

Davis, W.M., 1905, The geographical cycle in an arid climate: Journal of Geology, v. 13, p. 381-407.

Davis, W.M., 1933, Granitic domes of the Mojave Desert, California: San Diego Society of Natural History Transactions, v. 7, p. 211-258.

Davis, W.M., and Maxson, J.H., 1935, Valleys of the Panamint Mountains, California: Proceedings of the Geological Society of America for 1935, p. 339.

Dawers, N.H. and Anders, M.H., 1995, Displacement-length scaling and fault linkage: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 17, p. 607-614.

Dawers, N.H., and Anders, M.H., 1992, Displacement-length scaling for normal faults of the "Volcanic Tableland", eastern California: Geological Society of America, 1992 annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 24, p. 156.

Dawers, N.H., Anders, M.H. and Scholz, C.H., 1993, Self-similarity in faulting: Geological Society of America, 1993 annual meeting, 25, 345.

de Voogd, B., Serpa, L., Brown, L., 1988, Crustal extension and magmatic processes: COCORP profiles of Death Valley and the Rio Grande rift: Geological Society of America, Bulletin, v. 100, p.1550-1567.

de Voogd, B., Serpa, L., Brown, L., Hauser, E., Kaufman, S., Oliver, J., Troxel, B.W., Willemin, J., and Wright, L.A., 1986, Death Valley bright spot–A midcrustal magma body in southern Great Basin, California?: Geology, v. 14, no. 1, p. 64-67.

Deacon, J.E., and Minckley, W. L., Desert fishes, Chapter VII in Author unknown, Desert biology, volume 2: special topics on the physical and biological aspects of arid regions: New York, NY, Academic Press, p. pages 385-488, Extent (of whole) unknown. (incomplete reference)

Dean, L.E., 1978, The California desert sand dunes: Department of Earth Science, University of California at Riverside, 72 p.

Death Valley National Monument, 1990, Capabilities and interest statement: proposal for implementing a global change research and monitoring program at Death Valley National Monument. (incomplete reference)

Dedecker, M., 1976, The Eureka Dunes: Fremontia 3(4):1, p. 7-20. (incomplete reference)

Deen, P.A., 1984, Ordovician to Lower (Middle?) Devonian lithology and depositional environments, Nopah Range, Inyo County, California: Publisher 295.

Deen, P.A., 1984, Revised interpretation of the Silurian-Devonian unconformity, Nopah Range, Inyo County, California (incomplete reference)

Deino, A.L., Hauseback, B.P., Turrin, B.T., and McKee, E.H., 1989, New 40 Ar/39 Ar ages for the Spearhead and Civit Cat Members of the Stonewall Tuff, Nye County, Nevada: EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 70. no. 43, 1409.

Dellinger, D.A., 1989, California’s unique geologic history and its role in mineral formation, with emphasis on the mineral formation, with emphasis on the mineral resources of the California Desert region. Washington: U.S. Geological Survey, 16 p. (incomplete reference)

DeMeo, G.A., 1996, Micrometeorological data for Boulder Valley, Eureka County, Nevada, June 1992 through August 1993: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 96-420, 5 p., 9 figures, 3 tables.

DeMeo, G.A., 1996, Micrometeorological data for Railroad Valley, Nye County, Nevada, Summer 1992: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 96-365, 5 p., 9 figures, 3 tables.

Denny, C.S., 1961, Landslides east of Funeral Mountains, near Death Valley Junction, California, Article 323: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 424, p. D85-D89.

Denny, C.S., 1965, Alluvial fans in the Death Valley region, California and Nevada: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 466, 62 p., with 5 plates (maps of alluvial fans). Q

Denny, C.S., 1967, Fans and pediments: American Journal of Science, v. 265, no. 2, p. 81-105.

Denny, C.S., and Drewes, H., 1965, Geology of the Ash Meadows Quadrangle, Nevada-California - the history of a desert basin and its bordering highlands: U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 1181-L, 56 p., 1 plate, map scale 1:62,500.

Densmore, A.L. and Anderson, R.S., 1997, Tectonic geomorphology of the Ash Hill Fault, Panamint Valley, California: Basin Research, v. 9, p. 53-63.

Densmore, A.L., 1997, Active tectonics, landsliding, and the evolution of mountainous topography: (incomplete reference).

Densmore, A.L., and Anderson, R.S., 1994, Recent tectonic geomorphology of Panamint Valley, California: EOS [Transactions of the American Geophysical Union], 1994 fall meeting, v. 75, p. 296.

dePolo, C.M., 1989, Seismotectonics of the White Mountain fault system, eastern California and western Nevada: Unpublished MS Thesis, University of Nevada at Reno, 354 p.

dePolo, C.M., and Ramelli, A.R. 1987, Preliminary report on surface fractures along the White Mountains fault zone associated with the July 1986 Chalfant Valley earthquake sequence: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v,. 77, no. 1, pp. 290-296.

dePolo, C.M., Bell, J.W., and Ramelli, A.R., 1987, Geometry of strike-slip faulting related to the 1932 Cedar Mountain earthquake, central Nevada: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 19, p. 371.

dePolo, C.M., Peppin, W.A., and Johnson, P.A., 1993, Contemporary tectonics, seismicity, and potential earthquake sources in the White Mountains seismic gap, west-cental Nevada and east-central California, USA: Tectonophysics, v. 225, p. 271-299.

dePolo, Clark, D.G., Slemmons, D.B. and Aymard, W.A., 1990, Historical Basin and Range Province surface faulting and fault segmentation, in Workshop on fault segmentation and controls of rupture initiation and termination: U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report, 31 p. (incomplete reference)

Dettinger, M.D., 1989, Distribution of carbonate-rock aquifers in southern Nevada and the potential for their development, summary of findings, 1985-88: Program for the study and testing of carbonate-rock aquifers in eastern and southern Nevada: Summary Report No. 1, U.S. Geological Survey and Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada, 37 p. (H)

Dettinger, M.D., 1989, Reconnaissance estimates of natural recharge to desert basins in Nevada, U.S.A., by using chloride-balance calculations: Journal of Hydrology, v. 106, p. 55-78.

Dettinger, M.D., 1992, Geohydrology of areas being considered for exploratory drilling and development of the carbonate-rock aquifers in southern Nevada–preliminary assessment: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4077, 35 p.

Dettinger, M.D., and Schaefer, D.H., 1996, Hydrogeology of structurally extended terrain in the eastern Great Basin of Nevada, Utah, and adjacent states, from geologic and geophysical models: U.S. Geological Survey, Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-694-D, 1 sheet.

Dettinger, M.D., Harrill, J.R., Schmidt, D.L., and Hess, J.W., 1995, Distribution of carbonate-rock aquifers and the potential for their development, southern Nevada and parts of Arizona, California, and Utah: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 91-4146, 100 p.

Dewitt, E., 1980, Geology and geochronology of the Halloran Hills, southeastern California, and implications concerning Mesozoic tectonics of the southwestern Cordillera: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, 240 p.

DeWitt, E., Armstrong, R.L., Sutter, J.F., and Zartman, R.E., 1984, U-Th-Pb, Rb-Sr and Ar-Ar mineral and whole-rock isotope systematics in a metamorphosed granitic terrane, southeastern California: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 95, p. 723-739.

DeWitt, E., Miller, D.M. and Snoke, A.W., 1984, Mesozoic regional metamorphic terranes, Western U.S.: The Geological Society of America, 97th annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 16, p. 486.

DeWitt, E., Sutter, J.F., Wright, L.A. and Troxel, B.W., 1988, Ar-Ar chronology of early Cretaceous regional metamorphism, Funeral Mountains, California–A case study of excess argon: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 20, no. 7, p. A16. C

DeWitt, E., Wright, L.A., and Troxel, B.W., 1979, Mesozoic metamorphic terrains in the Death Valley area, southern California: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 11, 413 p.

Dible, C.W., 1994, Butte Valley: California Explorer, March/April, p. 3-5.

Dickerson, W.R., and Snyder, W.S., 1979, Geometry of triple junctions related to the San Andreas transform: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 85, p. 561-572.

Dickey, D.D., Carr, W.J., and Bull, W.B., 1980, Geologic map of the Parker NW, Parker, and parts of the Whipple Mountains SW and Whipple Wash quadrangles, California and Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-1124, scale 1:24,000.

Dickinson, W.R., and Wernicke, B.P., 1997, Reconciliation of San-Andreas slip discrepancy by a combination of interior Basin and Range extension and transrotation near the coast: Geology, v. 27, p. 663-665. T

Diehl, P., 1974, Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Wood Canyon Formation, Death Valley area, California, in Guidebook to Death Valley Region, California and Nevada, 70th annual meeting of the Cordilleran section, Geological Society of America Field Trip Number 1: The Death Valley Publishing Company, Shoshone, California, California Division of Mines and Geology Special Report 106, p. 37-48.

Diehl, P., 1976, Stratigraphy and Sedimentology of the Wood Canyon Formation, Death Valley area, California, in Troxel, . W., and Wright, L.A., eds., Geologic features, Death Valley, California: California Division of Mines and Geology, Sacramento, CA., Special Report 106, p. 51-62.

Diehl, P.E., 1979, The stratigraphy, depositional environments, and quantitative petrography of the Precambrian-Cambrian Wood Canyon Formation, Death Valley=The stratigraphy, depositional environments, and quantitative petrology of the Precambrian-Cambrian Wood Canyon Formation, University Park, PA, Pennsylvania State University.

Diehl, S.F., and Chornack, M.P., 1990, Stratigraphic correlation and petrology of the bedded tuffs, Yucca Mountain, Nye County, Nevada: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 89-3, 152 p.

Dietz, K.R., 1989. Fernerkundung und Erkennung von geologisch/ geomorphologischen Strukturen am Beispiel von Testgebieten aus den USA (Remote sensing and detection of geologic and geomorphologic structures: An example from test sites in the U.S.A.), i n W.F. Baer, F. Fuchs, and G. Nagel, eds., Beitraege zum Thema Relief, Boden und Gestein, Frankfurter Geowissenschaftliche Arbeiten, Serie D: Physische Geographie, v. 10, p. 179-190. (I)

Dinwiddie, G.A., and Weir, J.E., 1979, Summary of hydraulic tests and hydrologic data for holes UE16d and UE16f, Syncline Ridge area, Nevada Test Site: U.S. Geological Survey USGS-1543-3, 25 p.

Dixon, T.H., Robaundo, S., Lee, J., and Reheis, M.C., 1995, Contraints on present-day Basin and Range deformation from space geodesy: Tectonics, v. 14, p. 755-772.

Doblas, M., Mahecha, V., Hoyos, M., et al., 1993, High-angle origin of the low-angle Sierra Nevada extensional detachment system, Alpine Betic Cordilleras, southern Spain: Geological Society of America, 1993 annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 25, p. 480.

Dockery, H.A., Byers, F.M., Jr., and Orkild, P.P., 1984, Nevada Test Site field trip guide, 1984: Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA-10428, 49 p.

Dohrenwend, J.C., 1982, Map showing Late Cenozoic faults in the Walker Lane 1° by 2° quadrangle, Nevada-California: U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF 1382-D, 1:250,000.

Dohrenwend, J.C., 1984, ed., Surficial geology of the eastern Mojave Desert, California: Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Fieldtrip Guidebook, Field Trip No. 14, 183 p.

Dohrenwend, J.C., 1984, Nivation landforms in the western Great Basin and their paleoclimatic significance: Quaternary Research, v. 22, p. 275-288.

Dohrenwend, J.C., 1985, Patterns and processes of middle and late Quaternary dissection in the Tecopa basin, California, in Hale, G.R., ed., Quaternary lakes of the eastern Mojave desert, California: Field Trip Guidebook, 1985 Pacific Cell of Friends of Pleistocene, p. 113-144.

Dohrenwend, J.C., 1987, Morphometric comparison of tectonically defined areas within the west-central Basin and Range, California and Nevada: U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 87-83, 26 p.

Dohrenwend, J.C., 1988, Age of formation and evolution of pediment domes in the area of the Cima volcanic field, Mojave Desert, California, in This extended land. Geological journals in the southern Basin and Range: Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section, Field Trip Guidebook, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Department of Geosciences, p. 214-217.

Dohrenwend, J.C., and Moring, B.C., 1993, Reconnaissance photogeologic map of late Tertiary and Quaternary faults in Nevada [abstract]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 89th Cordilleran Section Meeting and 46th Annual Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, v. 25, p. 31. (T,Q,N)

Dohrenwend, J.C., Bull, W.B., McFadden, L.D., Smith, G.I., Smith, R.S.U. and Wells, S.G., 1991, Quaternary Geology of the Basin and Range Province in California, in R.B. Morrison, Ed, Quaternary Nonglacial Geology: Conterminous U.S., The Geology of North America, K-2: Geological Society of America , Boulder, CO p 321-352.

Dohrenwend, J.C., McFadden L.D., Turrin, B.D., and Wells, S.G., 1984, K-Ar dating of the Cima volcanic field, eastern Mojave Desert, California–Late volcanic history and landscape evolution: Geology, v. 12, p. 163-167.

Dohrenwend, J.C., Menges, C.M., Schell, B.A., and Moring, B.C., 1991, Reconnaissance photogeologic map of young faults in the Las Vegas 1° X 2° quadrangle, Nevada, California, and Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF—2182, scale 1:250,000. N

Dohrenwend, J.C., Schell, B.A., McKittrick, M.A., and Moring, B.C., 1992, Reconnaissance photogeologic map of young faults in the Goldfield 1° X 2° quadrangle, Nevada and California: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF—2183, scale 1:250,000. N

Dohrenwend, J.C., Wells, S.G., Turrin, B.D., and McFadden, L.D., 1984, Rates and trends of late Cenozoic landscape degradation in the area of the Cima volcanic field, Mojave Desert, California, in Dohrenwend, J.C., ed., Surficial geology of the eastern Mojave Desert, California: Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Fieldtrip Guidebook, Field Trip No. 14, p. 101-115.

Dokka, R.K., 1983, Dispalcements on Late Cenozoic strike-slip faults of the Mojave Desert, California: Geology, v. 11, p. 305-308.

Dokka, R.K., 1993, The eastern California shear zone and its role in the creation of young extensional zones in the Mojave Desert, in Craig, S., ed., Geology of the Walker Lane: Geological Society of Nevada. (incomplete reference)

Dokka, R.K., and Travis, C.J., 1990, Late Cenozoic strike-slip faulting in the Mojave Desert, California: Tectonics, v. 9, p. 311—340. (T)

Dokka, R.K., and Travis, C.J., 1990, Role of the eastern California shear zone in accommodating Pacific-North American plate motion: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 17, p. 1323-1326.

Donovan, D.E., 1991, Neotectonics of the southern Amargosa Desert, Nye County, Nevada, and Inyo County, California: University of Nevada, Reno, Unpublished M.S. thesis, 151 p., 5 plates. (T,N,Q,M)

Donovan, D.E., Zoback, M.L. and Rowland, S.M., 1990, Active fault patterns of the southern Amargosa Desert, Nye County, Nevada: Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section, 86th annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 22, p. 19.

Dooley, T., and McClay, D.R., 1992, Transpressional deformation along the southern Death Valley fault zone, California: Geol. Soc. Am. Bulletin [Submitted to].

Dooley, T., and McClay, K., 1996, Strike-slip defprmation in the Confidence Hills, southern Death Valley fault zone, eastern California, USA: Journal of the Geological Society, London,:v. 153, scale of accompanying map about 1:90,000. (incomplete reference)

Dorn, R.I., 1984, Cause and implications of rock varnish microchemical laminations: Nature, v. 310, August 30, 1984, p. 767-770.

Dorn, R.I., 1984, Geomorphological interpretation of rock varnish in the Mojave Desert, in Dohrenwend, J.C., 1984, ed., Surficial geology of the eastern Mojave Desert, California: Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Fieldtrip Guidebook, Field Trip No. 14, p. 150-161.

Dorn, R.I., 1986, Morphogenesis of alluvial fans in Death Valley: Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs, v. 18, p. 587.

Dorn, R.I., 1987, A Critical Evaluation of Cation-Ratio Dating of Rock Varnish and an Evaluation of its Application to the Yucca Mountain Repository by the Department of Energy and its Subcontractors: Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (Unpublished report), 59 p.

Dorn, R.I., 1988, A rock varnish interpretation of alluvial-fan development in Death Valley, California: National Geographic Research, v. 4, no. 1, p. 56-73.

Dorn, R.I., 1988, Appendix A–A critical evaluation of cation-ratio dating of rock varnish and an evaluation of its application to the Yucca Mountain repository, in Bell, J.W., principal investigator, Quaternary geology and active faulting at and near Yucca Mountain, in U.S. Department of Energy, Evaluation of the geologic relations and Seismotectonic stability of the Yucca Mountain area: Nevada Nuclear Waste Site Investigation (NNWSI) Final Report, prepared by the Center for Neotectonic Studies, Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada, Reno, 73 p.

Dorn, R.I., 1990, Quaternary alkalinity fluctuations recorded in rock varnish microlaminations on western USA volcanics: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 76, p. 291-310.

Dorn, R.I., 1991, Rock Varnish: American Scientist, November-December Issue, v. 79, p. 542-553.

Dorn, R.I., 1993, Dating rock varnish, in Beck, C., ed., Dating in surface context: University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (incomplete reference)

Dorn, R.I., 1993, The role of climatic change in alluvial fan development, in Abrahams, A., and Parsons, A., eds., Desert Geomorphology: Chapman, London. (incomplete reference)

Dorn, R.I., 1995, Comment on "Evidence suggesting that methods of rock-varnish cation-ratio dating are neither comparable or consistently reliable" by Bierman, P.R., and Gillespie, A.R.: Quaternary Research, v. 43, p. 272-273.

Dorn, R.I., 1996, Climatic hypothesis of alluvial-fan evolution in Death Valley are not testable in Rhoads, Bruce L, and Thorn, Colin E., eds., The Scientific Nature of Geomorphology: Proceedings of the 27th Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology, 27-29 September 1966, John Wiley and Sons Ltd., p. 191-220.

Dorn, R.I., and Meek, N., with contributions by Bach, A., Beyer, P., Hetrick, J., Liu, T., Pope, G., and Wasklewicz, T., 1993, Geomorphology: Mojave Desert to Death Valley: International Association of Geomorphologists, Third International Geomorphology Conference, Guide to Field Excursion A3, Department of Geography Publication Number 4, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 131 p.

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Hooke, R.LeB., 1981, Correlation characteristics of surficial deposits with a description of surficial stratigraphy in the Nevada Test Site region: Denver CO, United States Geological Survey, United States Geological Survey Open-File Report 81-512, 27 p.

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Houghton, J.G., 1969, Characteristics of rainfall in the Great Basin: University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Desert Research Institute, 205 p.

Houghton, S.G., 1968, The vanished lake in Death Valley: Nevada Highways and Parks, v. 28, p. 20-26.

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Hunt, C.B., 1960, Some examples of geologic factors in plant distributionShort papers in the geological sciences, United States Geological Survey, United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 400-B, 515 p. with xerophytic desert holly at the foot.

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