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9001: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 182. Geochemical evidence for a revised Precambrian sequence in the northwest Adirondacks, New York; senior author: JAMES D. CARL. File size: 19 p., about 1975 K bytes.


9002: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 516. Tectonic implications of 40Ar/39Ar hornblende ages from late Proterozoic-Cambrian plutons in the Avalon Composite Terrane, Nova Scotia, Canada; senior author: J. DUNCAN KEPPIE. File size: 14 p., about 1352 K bytes.


9003: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 193. Depositional setting and regional relationships of basinal assemblages: Pershing Ridge Group and Fencemaker Canyon sequence in northwestern Nevada; senior author: JOHN S. OLDOW. File size: 15 p., about 1620 K bytes.


9004: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 283. Holocene evolution of an estuarine coast and tidal wetlands; senior author: CHARLES H. FLETCHER III. File size: 4 p., about 381 K bytes.


9005: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 653. Tectonothermal evolution of contrasting metamorphic complexes in northwest Spitsbergen (Biskayerhalv°ya): Evidence from 40Ar/39Ar and Rb-Sr mineral ages; senior author: R. D. DALLMEYER. File size: 12 p., about 930 K bytes.


9006: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 103. Northern Monashee Mountains, Omineca Crystalline Belt, British Columbia: Timing of metamorphism, anatexis, and tectonic denudation; senior author: J. H. Sevigny. File size: 4 p., about 261 K bytes.


9007: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 175. Stable isotope evidence for foraminiferal habitats during the during of the Cenomanian/Turonian ocean anoxic event; senior author: R. M. Corfield. File size: 3 p., about 278 K bytes.


9008: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 749. Quaternary continental stratigraphy, landscape evolution, and application to archeology: Jarilla piedmont and Tularosa graben floor, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico; senior author: C. BLAIR. File size: 16 p., about 1547 K bytes.


9009: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 342. Channel trenching and climatic change in the southern U.S. Great Plains; senior author: Stephen A. Hall. File size: 2 p., about 198 K bytes.


9010: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1065. A Laramide-age push-up block: The structures and formation of the Terlingua-Solitario structural block, Big Bend region, Texas; senior author: RICHARD J. ERDLAC JR.. File size: 20 p., about 1818 K bytes.


9011: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 768. Quaternary stratigraphy and paleoenvironments of the Texas Rolling Plains; senior author: S. CHRISTOPHER CARAN. File size: 6 p., about 593 K bytes.


9012: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 915. The Quaternary stratigraphy of southwest Sable Island Bank, eastern Canada; senior author: CARL L. AMOS. File size: 54 p., about 8526 K bytes.


9013: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 435. High eustatic sea level during the middle Pliocene:Evidence from the southeastern U.S. Atlantic Coastal Plain; senior author: Harry J. Dowsett. File size: 2 p., about 216 K bytes.


9014: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1189. Stratigraphy and geologic history of Pennsylvanian and Permian rocks, Mogollon Rim region, central Arizona and vicinity; senior author: RONALD C. BLAKEY. File size: 6 p., about 401 K bytes.


9015: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 642. Geochemistry of high-potassium rocks from the mid-Tertiary Guffey volcanic center, Thirtynine Mile volcanic field, central Colorado; senior author: David A. McConnell. File size: 19 p., about 729 K bytes.


9016: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 634. Morphology of the Frontal fault zone, southwest Oklahoma: Implications for deformation and deposition in the Wichita uplift and Anadarko basin; senior author: David A. McConnell. File size: 40 p., about 6010 K bytes.


9017: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1280. Cenozoic sedimentation and paleotectonics of north-central New Mexico: Implications for initiation and evolution of the Rio Grande rift; senior author: RAYMOND V. INGERSOLL. File size: 10 p., about 759 K bytes.


9018: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1309. U-Pb and Rb-Sr geochronology of the Western Ethiopian Shield; senior author: TEKLEWOLD AYALEW. File size: 5 p., about 378 K bytes.


9019: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1361. Structure and chronology of the Oval Peak batholith and adjacent rocks: Implications for the Ross Lake fault zone, North Cascades, Washington; senior author: ROBERT B. MILLER. File size: 9 p., about 974 K bytes.


9020: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 929. Late Cretaceous extension in the hinterland of the Sevier thrust belt, northwestern Utah and southern Idaho; senior author: Michael L. Wells. File size: 9 p., about 735 K bytes.


9021: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1635. Block-tilting, transfer faults, and structural control of magmatic and hydrothermal processesin the TAG area, Mid-Atlantic Ridge 26░N; senior author: JEFFREY A. KARSON. File size: 10 p., about 1119 K bytes.


9022: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 1003. Fluid-inclusion technique for determining maximum temperature in calcite and its comparison to the vitrinite reflectance geothermometer; senior author: Charles E. Barker. File size: 15 p., about 1487 K bytes.


9023: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 1014. Regional significance of recurrent faulting and intracanyon volcanism at Oak Creek Canyon, southern Colorado Plateau, Arizona; senior author: Richard F. Holm. File size: 2 p., about 171 K bytes.


9024: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1681. Evidence for Proterozoic mylonitization in the northwestern Wyoming province; senior author: ERIC A. ERSLEV. File size: 15 p., about 1364 K bytes.


9025: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1565. Geochemical constraints on the magmatic evolution of the pre- and post-Oligocene volcanic suites of southern Peru: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Central Volcanic Zone; senior author: M. BOILY. File size: 12 p., about 1083 K bytes.


9026: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 1065. U-Pb and Sm-Nd ages for the Stillwater Complex and its associated sills and dikes, Beartooth Mountains, Montana: Identification of a parent magma?; senior author: W. R. Premo. File size: 18 p., about 1861 K bytes.


9027: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 1082. Middle Eocene dike swarms and their relation to contemporaneous plutonism, volcanism, core-complex mylonitization, and graben subsidence, Okanogan Highlands, Washington; senior author: Grace A. McCarley Holder. File size: 6 p., about 685 K bytes.


9028: Geology, 1990, Vol. 18, p. 1138. Extension of the Yellowstone plateau, eastern Snake River Plain, and Owyhee plateau; senior author: David W. Rodgers. File size: 3 p., about 305 K bytes.


9029: Bulletin, 1990, Vol. 102, p. 1720. Implications of paleobotany of Pennsylvanian-age coal of the central Appalachian basin for climate and coal-bed development; senior author: RICHARD B. WINSTON. File size: 7 p., about 776 K bytes.



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