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Four Corners Geological Society

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Albert C. Peale, M.D.—Pioneer Rocky Mountain Geologist

William L. Chenoweth

Basal Tertiary Conglomerate Sequence, Southeastern Uinta Basin, Utah: A Preliminary Report

Karen J. Franczyk, Janet K. Pitman

Canyonlands, A Brief History

D. L. Baars

The Case for Regional Discharge of Ground Water From the Lower Paleozoic Carbonates Through the Shay Fault Zone, Canyonlands, Utah

Peter W. Huntoon

Colluvium-Filled Fault Fissures in the Needles Fault Zone, Cataract Canyon, Utah

Richard W. Ely

Dates Derived from Quaternary Strata in the Vicinity of Canyonlands National Park

Norma E. Biggar, Janet A. Adams

Earthquake Activity In and Around Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Ivan G. Wong, James R. Humphrey, Auriel C. Kollmann, Barbara B. Munden, Douglas D. Wright

The Elephant Canyon Formation Revisited

D. L. Baars

Evidence of Evaporite Growth Within Marine Limestones of the Upper Member of the Hermosa Formation (Pennsylvanian), Cataract Canyon, Southeastern Utah

David B. Loope, Gregory B. Kuntz

Geology of Cataract Canyon and Vicinity, Tenth Field Conference, Contents and Frontmatter

John A. Campbell

The Great Canyon Survey of 1921

William L. Chenoweth

The Hite Uranium Mill

William L. Chenoweth

Hydrogeologic Units in Cataract Canyon and Vicinity—Paradox Basin, Utah

Carlos D. Paiz, John W. Thackston

McClean Field, T37N, R19W, Montezuma County, Colorado

J. Paul Matheny, Gregory W. Martin

Mesozoic Rocks of Canyonlands Country

C. M. Molenaar

A Model of the Configuration of the Paradox Formation in Lockhart Basin

Jeff McCleary, John E. Romie, Madeleine Fulford

Origin of Saline Springs in Cataract Canyon, Utah

Helen M. Nuckolls, Bryan L. McCulley

Paleoenvironmental Implications of Sedimentology and Paleontology of the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, Southeastern Utah

Steven C. Good, J. Michael Parrish, Russell F. Dubiel

Paleozoic Rocks of Canyonlands Country

D. L. Baars

The Paradox: A Pull-Apart Basin Of Pennsylvanian Age

G. M. Stevenson, D. L. Baars

Preliminary Report on Vertebrate and Invertebrate Fossil Occurrences, Chinle Formation (Upper Triassic), Southeastern Utah

J. Michael Parrish, Steven C. Good

Raw Materials Activities of the Manhattan Project on the Colorado Plateau

William L. Chenoweth

Sedimentology and New Fossil Occurrences of the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, Southeastern Utah

Russell F. Dubiel

Source of the Uranium for the Manhattan Project, WWII: “... the true object of war is peace.” (Sun Tzu, 500 B.C.)

Elliott A. Riggs

Spargo Field, T38 & 39N, R20W, Dolores County, Colorado

J. Paul Matheny, Gregory W. Martin

Stratigraphy and Depositional Facies; Elephant Canyon Formation

John A. Campbell

Summary of Hydrogeologic Data and Preliminary Potentiometric Maps in the Vicinity of Davis and Lavender Canyons, Paradox Basin, Utah

Carlos D. Paiz, John W. Thackston