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Allis, R. G.; Moore, J.; and White, S.

2004 21.4468 Reactive multiphase behavior of CO [subscript]2 in saline aquifers beneath the Colorado Plateau; quarterly technical report. Salt Lake City: University of Utah (with Utah Geological Survey; and Industrial Research Ltd., Lower Hutt, New Zealand), 15 pp.
Allis, Rick G.; Moore, Joseph N.; Anderson, Tom; Deo, Milind; Kirby, Stefan; Roehner, Richard; and Spencer, Thomas

2013 11.6897 Characterizing the power potential of hot stratigraphic reservoirs in the western U.S. In: Proceedings, Thirty-eighth workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California, February 11-13, 2013, SGP-TR-198, 11 pp.
Allis, Rick G.; Moore, Joseph; Blackett, Robert; Gwynn, Mark; Kirby, Stefan; and Sprinkel, Douglas

2011 11.2297 High heat flow basins--the next major increment in geothermal power developments in the U.S.? Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 43(5):41.
Allison, Carol J., and Kingma, Gerard

2009 6.501 Machtige prachtige aarde (Pauline Roosegaarde Bisschop, ed., et al.). [Noordhorn]: Schoolsupport, 36 pp.
Allison, David T., and Haywick, Douglas W.

2009 21.4669 Elements of a great geology field trip/course: Llano uplift-Sangre de Cristo-North Rim of the Grand Canyon as an example. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 41(1):5. [Logistics; not geology.]
Allison, Emily

1909 6.824 A letter from Flagstaff. The Native American (Phoenix), 10(35)(October 23):343. [Includes note, in passing, of Grand Canyon; and comment regarding the San Francisco Peaks, "From the summit you can see many beautiful views including the north wall of the Grand Canyon, the Painted Desert, and parts of different states." (entire note)]
Allison, J. C.

1913 12.458 Selling water by current meter measurement. Engineering News, 69(January 9):66-70. [Imperial Valley.]

1916 12.459 Building a new type dam in Colorado River. Engineering News, 75(June 22):1170-1171.

1917 12.460 Control of the Colorado River as related to the protection of Imperial Valley. American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 81:297-325. [With discussions, pp. 326-340, by A. L. Sonderegger and J. A. Ockerson, and rejoinder by Allison.] >Mon. 8: 2-5<

1917 12.2919 [Discussion.] American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 81:338-340. [Rejoinder to comments by A. L. Sonderegger and J. A. Ockerson.]

1920 12.461 Imperial Valley problem solution. Engineering News-Record, 85(October 7):721.
Allison, J. H.

1910 13.3230 A working plan for Grand Canyon Division of Tusayan National Forest. [No place]: [U.S. Forest Service].
Allison, James

2010 16.713 Puebloan sites in the Hidden Hills. Society for American Archaeology, 75th Annual Meeting, April 14-18, 2010, St. Louis, Missouri, Abstracts, p. 24. [Shivwits Plateau, Arizona Strip.]
Allison, James R.

1996 16.754 Comments on the impacts of climatic variability and population growth on Virgin Anasazi cultural development. American Antiquity, 61(2)(April):414-418.

2008 16.886 Shinarump Red Ware and other Red Ware pottery: North and west of the Colorado River. Pottery Southwest, 27(1):21-34.
Allison, Jean

1905 2.13579 For another national park. In: From the Game Fields [letters section]. Shields' Magazine (Game Protection Co., New York), 1(9)(December):478. [Supports making a national park of the Grand Canyon Forest Reserve.]
Allison, Kate

1985 2.1081 An arbitrary choice. Northern Arizona Life, 2(6)(August):13-14.
Allison, Kevin; Black, Michael Ian; Garant, Ben; Jann, Michael Patrick; Kenney, Kerri; Lennon, Thomas; Marino, Ken; Showalter, Michael; Truglio, Joe Lo; and Wain, David

1997 2.1082 State by state with the state; an uninformed, poorly researched guide to the United States. New York: Hyperion, 271 pp. (see p. 211).
Allmon, James Ambrose

2012 2.21511 Adventures in Africa. Fast Forward (Blackhawk Modifications, Inc., Waco, Texas), (2nd Quarter)1-2. [Begins with family anecdote about author's grandfather, Ambrose Means, and Marshall Loveless "roping mountain lions for 'fun' in the Grand Canyon in the early 1900s", and note of Col. Charles Jones, "Buffalo Jones".]
Allphin, Loreen; Brian, Nancy; and Matheson, Taina

2006 19.2625 Reproductive success and genetic divergence among varieties of the rare and endangered Astragalus cremnophylax (Fabaceae) from Arizona, USA. Conservation Genetics, 6(5):803-821.
Allphin, Loreen; Wiens, D.; Brian, Nancy; and Randall, P.

1999 19.1959 Reproduction and genetic divergence within Astragalus cremnophalax from Arizona, USA. XVI International Botanical Congress, St. Louis, USA, August 1-7, 1999, Abstracts, p. 612.
Allred, Berten W.

1998 2.1083 Transportation on the Colorado River. In: Lamar, Howard R. (ed.), The new encyclopedia of the American West. New Haven, Connecticut, and London: Yale University Press, p. 1123.
Allred, C. Stephen

2008 13.2659 Land withdrawals; Amendment of regulations regarding emegency withdrawals. Federal Register, 73(235)December 5):74039-74047.
Allred, Dorald M., and Cole, Arthur C.

1979 19.157 Ants from northern Arizona and southern Utah. Great Basin Naturalist, 39(1):97-102. [N.B.: See Allred and Tanner (1979, pp. 89-90) for study-site descriptions.]
Allred, Dorald M., and Gertsch, Willis J.

1976 19.4039 Spiders and scorpions from northern Arizona and southern Utah. Journal of Arachnology, 3:87-99. [Northern Arizona locales include Paria River area, U.S. Highway 89 south of Page, and vicinity of Navajo Generating Station.]
Allred, Dorald M., and Tanner, Vasco M.

1979 19.158 Beetles from the environs of Lake Powell in southern Utah and northern Arizona. Great Basin Naturalist, 39(1):89-96. [Study-site descriptions (pp. 89-90) also pertain to Allred and Cole (1979).]
Allred, Sylvester

1996 19.159 The unique tassel-eared squirrels. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 12(2)(Summer):7.

2002 19.2260 Arizona's tasseled-eared [sic] squirrels; three unique subspecies. In: What's that sound coming from above? An in-depth look at specialized wildlife (squirrels to woodpeckers) in old growth. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), 38(3)(May/June):8.

2010 19.4028 Rescuing the tassel ears. Arizona Wild (Arizona Wilderness Coalition), (Summer):8-9.
Allred, Sylvester, and Iverson, Diane

2007 6.426 Rascal, the tassel-eared squirrel. Grand Canyon: Grand Canyon Association, [64] pp.
Allworden, B. K. von; Owen-Joyce, S. J.; Sandoval, J. D.; and Raymond, L. H.

1991 12.462 Lower Colorado River accounting system (LCRAS) computer program and documentation. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 91-0179, 199 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-25<
Almada, J. L. F.; Romero, A. V.; Varela, A. C.; Morin-Fuentes, L. G.; Fischer, D. W.; Escofet, A.; and Espejel, I.

1998 11.1071 A methodology for developing a management program for protected areas: The biosphere reserve of the upper California Gulf and Colorado River delta, Mexico. In: Magoon, O. R., Converse, H., Baird, B., and Miller-Henson, M. (eds.), Taking a look at California's ocean resources: An agenda for the future. Volume 1. Reston, Virginia: ASCE, pp. 600-622.
Almar Miðvík Halldórsson; Ragnar F. Ólafsson; and Júlíus Björnsson

2007 14.626 Færni og þekking nemenda við lok grunnskóla; helstu niðurstö ður PISA 2006 í náttúrufræ ði, stærðfræ ði og lesskilningi. Reykjavik, Iceland: Námsmatsstofnun, 120 pp. (see pp. 84, 96-99). [In Icelandic. Educational.] [See also Námsmatsstofnun (no date).]
Almaraz Alvarado, Araceli

2005 2.22018 Bases económicas para la planeación transfronteriza en la región de Imperial-Mexicali. In: Quintero Núñez, Margarito, Sánchez López, Eduardo, Collins, Kimberly, Ganster, Paul, and Mason, Cheryl (coordinators), Desarrollo y medio ambiente de la región fronteriza México-Estados Unidos; Valles de Imperial y Mexicali. México: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, and Miguel Ángel Porrúa, pp. 225-252.

2007 2.20521 El boom de las empresas extranjeras en el valle de Mexicali; efectos en las relaciones empresariales locales (1912-1930). Frontera Norte, 19(37)(January/June):113-142.
Alonso Espinosa, Héctor

1978 11.3117 Presente y futuro del Campo Geotermico de Cerro Prieto. The Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field--Present and future. In: Proceedings/Actas; First Symposium on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico, September 20-22, 1978, San Diego, California. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 407-410.

1978 11.3120 Resumen y conclusiones. Summary and conclusions. In: Proceedings/Actas; First Symposium on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico, September 20-22, 1978, San Diego, California. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 435-438.

1978 11.3083 Palabras de introducción. Introductory remarks. In: Proceedings/Actas; First Symposium on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico, September 20-22, 1978, San Diego, California. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 11-16.

1981 11.4117 Resumen y conclusiones. Summary and conclusions. In: Proceedings/Actas; Third Symposium on the Cerro Prieto geothermal field, Baja California, Mexico, March 24-26, 1981, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Office of Renewable Technology, Geothermal and Hydropower Technologies Division, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 559-562.

1981 11.4075 Palabras de introducción. Introductory remarks. In: Proceedings/Actas; Third Symposium on the Cerro Prieto geothermal field, Baja California, Mexico, March 24-26, 1981, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Office of Renewable Technology, Geothermal and Hydropower Technologies Division, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 12-15.
Alonso Espinosa, Héctor; Black, Rudolph A.; García G., J. R.; Mañon M., A.; Razo M., A.; Rivera R., J.; Truesdell, A. H.; Wilbur, A. C.; Witherspoon, P. A.; and Wollenberg, H. A.

1978 11.3119 Panel discussion on the CFE/DOE Cerro Prieto Cooperative Agreement. Panel sobre el Acuerdo de Cooperación entre CFE y DOE sobre Cerro Prieto. In: Proceedings/Actas; First Symposium on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico, September 20-22, 1978, San Diego, California. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 415-431.
Alonso, R.; Byternowicz, A.; and Boarman, W. I.

2005 11.5162 Atmospheric dry deposition in the vicinity of the Salton Sea, California-I: Air pollution and deposition in a desert environment. Atmospheric Environment, 39(26)(August):4671-4679.
Alonso, R.; Byternowicz, A.; Yee, J. L.; and Boarman, W. I.

2005 11.5163 Atmospheric dry deposition in the vicinity of the Salton Sea, California-II: Measurement and effects of an enhanced evaporation system. Atmospheric Environment, 39(26)(August):4681-4689.
Alpha [pseudonym]

1890 2.16404 [Letter.] In: Phoenix [pseudonym]. Good words. Deseret News, (February 1):32 [issue pagination]. [Letter from "'Alpha,' a correspondent of the Denver Republican, accompanying Engineer Stanton's exploring expedition through the Grand Canyon in Arizona", writing from Lees Ferry, December 25, 1890 [sic, 1889]; forwarded in a letter to the Deseret News from "Phoenix", dated Ogden, Utah, January 22, 1890. About Lees Ferry and the Johnsons.]
Alpine, Andrea E.

2010 21.4722 (ed.) Hydrological, geological, and biological site characterization of breccia pipe uranium deposits in northern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5025, 353 pp., 1 plate.

2010 19.3040 (ed.) Hydrological, geological, and biological site characterization of breccia pipe uranium deposits in northern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5025, 353 pp., 1 plate.
Alpine, Andrea E., and Brown, Kristin M.

2010 21.4723 Introduction. In: Alpine, Andrea E. (ed.) Hydrological, geological, and biological site characterization of breccia pipe uranium deposits in northern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5025, pp. 1-18.
Alsberg, Henry G.

1949 2.1084 (ed.) The American guide; The South, the Southwest. New York: Hastings House, pp. 715-1046 (see p. 1040 ff.). >Mon. 8: 1-9<
Alston, Joseph F.

2002 13.2005 [Open letter "To the Many People Interested in the Grand Canyon".] Soundings (Colorado River Management Plan newsletter), (June):1.

2002 13.1841 Statement of Joseph F. Alston, Superintendent, Grand Canyon National Park regarding court settlement. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 5(4)(Winter 2001-2002):4. [Distributed March 2002.]

2003 13.2117 [Open letter "To the many people interested in Grand Canyon".] Soundings (Colorado River Management Plan Newsletter), (June):1.

2004 15.328 Park 1st aid letter. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):26. [Response to letter published in bqr 17(1), regarding medical control issues; see citation 15.324.]

2006 13.2297 [Request for comments (general scoping), Bright Angel Trailhead Area design plan.] Footprints, no. 14 (February):20-22. [Communique reprinted from National Park Service.]
Alston, William P.

1960 2.10654 The ontological argument revisited. Philosophical Review, 69(4)(October):452-474 (see p. 465).
Altamirano, Ignacio M.

1880 2.17793 Acta numero 2. [Dated January 15, 1876.] In: Actas Correspondientes á los Meses de Enero, Febrero y Marzo de 1876. Sociedad de Geografía y Estadística de la República Mexicana, Series 3, 5:8-10. [See p. 8: "Del Departamento de lo Interior de Washington, con fecha 9 de Diciembre último, avisando que envia una copia del Informe sobre la exploracion del rio Colorado del Oeste y sus tributarios, por J. W. Powett [sic], geólogo en gefe de la 2a. division del departamento geológico y geográfico de los Estados-Unidos, y que por recomendacion del autor ese volúmen fué encargado al Instituto Smithsoniano de esa ciudad; pero que como esos paquetes son despachados con irregularidad, podria ser que se retardase la llegada de dicho envío.-A sus antecedentes." (entire note) Notice received of the publication of J. W. Powell's Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and its Tributaries (1875), but which volume has not yet been received.]
Altany, Robert M.

1979 21.78 Facies of the Hurricane Cliffs tongue of the Toroweap Formation, northwestern Arizona. In: Baars, D. L. (ed.), Permianland. Four Corners Geological Society, 9th Field Conference, Guidebook, pp. 101-104. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1983 21.79 Facies of the Hurricane Cliffs tongue of the Toroweap Formation, northwest Arizona. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 147 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Alter, J. Cecil

1915 2.16156 Utah's interest in "the Arizona Strip". In: Utah State Bureau of Immigration, Labor and Statistics, 2nd Report (for 1913-1914), pp. 287-291. ("Tenth Report of State Bureau of Statistics")

1920 2.19600 Utah recovers the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Improvement Era, 23(10)(August):909-917. [". . . the north rim is being re-discovered, and reclaimed by its rightful owners." (p. 911)]

1927 2.1085 Through the heart of the scenic West. Salt Lake City: Shepard Book Co. (see pp. 192-220). >Mon. 8: 1-55< FQ1:1 FQ2:124 FQ8:9-9b FQ10:9 Guidon 9
Alter, Jonathan

1984 2.1086 To the Grand Canyon by rail--again. In: Periscope [section]. Newsweek, 104(27)(December 24):13. >Mon. 8: 1-9<
Alterman, Steve

1997 28.40 Waterfalls born of the Grand Canyon's Deer Creek splash into a plunge pool. In: Classic scenes of a timeless land [photo feature]. Arizona Highways, 73(4):19.
Altman, Lawrence K. |New York Times|

1972 3.895 (October 10) Epidemic of dysentery affected excursions on Colorado rapids. By Lawrence K. Altman. (p. 22)
Altman, Sharon

2010 11.6503 Mojave Desert vegetation mapping project continues. Mojave Applied Ecology Notes (University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Desert and Dryland Forest Research Group), 3(3)(Fall):3, 5. [Abstracted from the report by Prengaman et al. (see Item no. 11.6502).]
Altman, Susan J.; Hibbs, Michael; Savage, Paul B.; Jones, Howland D. T.; Branda, Steven; McGrath, Lucas K.; Feng, Yanshu; Kirk, Matthew F.; Pollard, Jacob; Lichtenberger, Alyssa; Marry, Christopher; Stafslien, Shane; Goeres, Darla; and Buckingham-Meyer, Kelli

2012 11.3954 Linking ceragenins to water-treatment membranes to minimize biofouling. Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Livermore, California: Sandia National Laboratories, 123 pp. (SAND2012-0181.)
Alton, Ralph H.

1957 21.5192 The river didn't do it. The Rotarian, 91(6)(December):53. [Letter. Misinformed interpretation, with brief editorial response.]
Altschul, Jeffrey H.

1989 16.32 Introduction. In: Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Fairley, Helen C., Man, models and management: An overview of the archaeology of the Arizona Strip and the management of its cultural resources (Phil R. Geib, Daniel D. Mareno, Martin R. Rose, contributors). Report prepared for U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Land Management, contract no. 53-8371-6-0054. Statistical Research, Plateau Archaeology, Dames and Moore, Inc., pp. 1-4.

1989 16.33 The database. In: Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Fairley, Helen C., Man, models and management: An overview of the archaeology of the Arizona Strip and the management of its cultural resources (Phil R. Geib, Daniel D. Mareno, Martin R. Rose, contributors). Report prepared for U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Land Management, contract no. 53-8371-6-0054. Statistical Research, Plateau Archaeology, Dames and Moore, Inc., pp. 247-268.

1989 16.34 The structure and cultural resource management programs of the Arizona Strip. In: Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Fairley, Helen C., Man, models and management: An overview of the archaeology of the Arizona Strip and the management of its cultural resources (Phil R. Geib, Daniel D. Mareno, Martin R. Rose, contributors). Report prepared for U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Land Management, contract no. 53-8371-6-0054. Statistical Research, Plateau Archaeology, Dames and Moore, Inc., pp. 269-272.

1989 16.35 Modeling as a management strategy. In: Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Fairley, Helen C., Man, models and management: An overview of the archaeology of the Arizona Strip and the management of its cultural resources (Phil R. Geib, Daniel D. Mareno, Martin R. Rose, contributors). Report prepared for U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Land Management, contract no. 53-8371-6-0054. Statistical Research, Plateau Archaeology, Dames and Moore, Inc., pp. 273-310.

1989 16.36 Specific recommendations. In: Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Fairley, Helen C., Man, models and management: An overview of the archaeology of the Arizona Strip and the management of its cultural resources (Phil R. Geib, Daniel D. Mareno, Martin R. Rose, contributors). Report prepared for U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Land Management, contract no. 53-8371-6-0054. Statistical Research, Plateau Archaeology, Dames and Moore, Inc., pp. 311-324.
Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Fairley, Helen C.

1989 16.37 Man, models and management: An overview of the archaeology of the Arizona Strip and the management of its cultural resources. Report prepared for U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Land Management, contract no. 53-8371-6-0054, submitted by Statistical Research, Plateau Archaeology, Dames and Moore, Inc., 410 pp. >Mon. 8: 5-7<
Altshul, Jeffrey H., and Ezzo, Joseph A.

1995 11.2806 Ceremony and warfare along the lower Colorado River during the Protohistoric period. In: Papers presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the society for California Archaeology, Ventura, California, March 24-27, 1994. Society for California Archaeology, Proceedings, 8:133-146.
Altwasser, Markus; Smolka, Dirk; Habermann, Thomas; and Weiß, Stefan

2013 2.18392 Rock'n'Roll Halbmarathon Las Vegas 2012--wir waren dabei. BayernOil Journal (BayernOil Raffineriegessellschaft mbH, Neustadt), (1):25. [Includes note of Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam.]
Alvarado Padilla, Jorge Iván; Ávila Casilla, Eva; Morales Maza, Antonio; Camarillo Pulido, Mario; and Medina Esparza, J. Jesús

2009 11.5912 Evaluación del potencial de cultivares de sorgo dulce para la producción de bioetanol en Valle de Mexicali. In: Memorias, XII Congreso Internacional en Ciencias Agrícolas, Mexicali, México, 29 y 30 de octubre de 2009. [No place]: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Instituto de Ciencias Agrícolas, pp. 595-597.
Alvarado, A. L.

1970 17.28 Cultural determinants of population stability in the Havasupai Indians. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 33(1)(July):9-14.
Álvarez Andrade, Adriana

2010 12.4106 Las interacciones agricultura--agua y la modificación de los ambientes rurales: el caso del valle de Mexicali. In: Gestión, Polítcas y Culturas del Agua; mesa redonda, 29 de abril de 2010. San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí: El Colegio de San Luis, and Red de Colegios y Centros de Investigación, 13 pp.
Alvarez Borrego, Saúl

2001 11.4992 The Colorado River estuary and upper Gulf of California, Baja, Mexico. In: Seeliger, U., and Kjerfve, B. (eds.), Coastal marine ecosystems of Latin America. Berlin and Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, pp. 331-340. (Volume: Ecological Studies, Volume 144.)

2003 11.3243 Physical and biological linkages between the upper and lower Colorado delta. In: Rapport, David J., Lasley, William L., Rolston, Dennis E., Nielsen, N. Ole, Qualset, Calvin O., and Damania, Ardeshir B. (eds.), Managing for Healthy Ecosystems. Boca Raton, Florida: Lewis Publishers, pp. 1081-1083. (Volume: Papers from an international congress held at the University of California at Davis, August 1999.)

2010 11.3254 Physical, chemical, and biological oceanography of the Gulf of California. In: Brusca, Richard C. (ed.), The Gulf of California; biodiversity and conservation. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 24-48.
Alvarez Borrego, Saúl, and Galindo Bect, Luis Arnulfo

1975 11.2334 Hidrología del Alto Golfo de California--I. Condiciones durante Otoño. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations, Reports, 18:51-59.
Alvarez Borrego, Saúl; Galindo Bect, Luis Arnulfo; and Flores-Baez, B. P.

1973 11.3242 Hidrología. In: Reporte final a la dirección de aquacultura de la Secretaria de recursos hidraulicos de la segunda etapa del "Estudio químico sobre la contaminción por insecticidas en la desembocadura del Río Colorado". Ensenada, Baja California: Unidad de Ciencias Marinas, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Tomo 1, pp. 6-177.
Álvarez de la Torre, Guillermo B., and Dorantes, Cristina

2005 2.22016 La vivienda en Mexicali: un análisis geográfico intraurbano. In: Quintero Núñez, Margarito, Sánchez López, Eduardo, Collins, Kimberly, Ganster, Paul, and Mason, Cheryl (coordinators), Desarrollo y medio ambiente de la región fronteriza México-Estados Unidos; Valles de Imperial y Mexicali. México: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, and Miguel Ángel Porrúa, pp. 193-203.
Álvarez de la Torre, Guillermo Benjamin

2014 2.22705 El origen de las localidades del valle de Mexicali. In: Ley García, Judith (coordinadora), Paisajes culturales: El valle de Mexicali. Mexicali, Baja California: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, pp. 63-86.
Alvárez S., Luis Gustavo; Suárez V., Francisco; and Mendoza B., Ramon

2000 11.6922 Rasgos batimétricos del Alto Golfo de California y su correlación con estructuras geológicas activas [abstract]. In: 2a Reunión Nacional de Ciencias de la Tierra, Resúmenes y Programa. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana, Boletín Informativo), Época 2, 20(3)(October):319.
Alvarez, David A., and Jones-Lepp, Tammy L.

2009 11.1771 Wastewater to drinking water: Are emerging contaminants making it through? [abstract]. In: Lake Mead Science Symposium, January 13 and 14, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada; Program. [Las Vegas: University of Nevada at Las Vegas], p. 20.
Alvarez, David A., and Perkins, Stephanie

2012 11.3027 Source tracking of bioavailable organic contaminants in Lake Mead [abstract]. In: 2012 Lake Mead Symposium. Reno: Nevada Water Resources Association, p. 14. (Document running title: 2012 Lake Mead Symposium, Tuscany Suites and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 5-6, 2012.)
Alvarez, David A., and Rosen, Michael R.

2009 11.1772 Contaminant flux in Las Vegas Bay: Are sediments a sink or source? [abstract]. In: Lake Mead Science Symposium, January 13 and 14, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada; Program. [Las Vegas: University of Nevada at Las Vegas], p. 20.
Alvarez, David A.; Rosen, Michael R.; Perkins, Stephanie D.; Cranor, Walter L.; Schroeder, Vickie L.; and Jones-Lepp, Tammy L.

2012 11.2876 Bottom sediment as a source of organic contaminents in Lake Mead, Nevada, USA. Chemosphere, 88(5)(July):605-611.
Alvarez, L. G., and Jones, S. E.

2002 11.1035 Factors influencing suspended sediment flux in the upper Gulf of California. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 54(4):747-759.
Alvarez, L. V., and Schmeeckle, M. W.

2010 22.893 Sand bar beach stability under river stage fluctuations, full-scale laboratory experiments [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 2010 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 13-17 December, Abstract EP31A-0729. [Study focuses on "simulating the fluctuating stages in sandbar beaches in Grand Canyon on the Colorado River".]

2013 22.879 Numerical model of turbulence, sediment transport, and sediment cover in a large canyon-bound river [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9-13 December, Abstract EP24B-07. [Colorado River in Grand Canyon.]
Alvarez, Luis G.; Suárez-Vidal, Francisco; Mendoza-Borunda, Ramón; and González-Escobar, Mario

2009 11.3361 Bathymetry and active geological structures in the upper Gulf of California. Sociedad Geológica de Mexicana, Boletín, 61(1):129-141.
Alvarez, Walter

2009 21.5722 The mountains of St. Francis; discovering the geologic events that shaped our earth. New York and London: W. W. Norton and Co., 304 pp. [See p. 61, Grand Canyon lava dams, in passing.]
Alvarez-Borrego, Saúl

1983 11.1238 The Gulf of California. In: Ketchum, Bostwick H., ed., Ecosystems of the World, Vol. 26. Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co., pp. 427-449.

1999 11.1239 Water quality in the Colorado River and upper Gulf of California: An environmental binational issue. Future of the Colorado River Basin Conference, Mexicali, Mexico, 18 November 1999.
Alvarez-Borrego, Saúl, and Galindo-Bect, L. A.

1974 11.1240 Hidrología del Alto Golfo de California I. Condiciones del Otoño. Ciencias Marinas, 1:46-64.
Alvarez-Borrego, Saúl; Flores-Baez, B. P.; and Galindo-Bect, L. A.

1975 11.1242 Hidrología del Alto Golfo de California II. Condiciones durante Invierno, Primavera, y Verano. Ciencias Marinas, 2:21-36.
Álvarez-Castañeda, Sergio Ticul

2010 11.6331 Phylogenetic structure of the Thomomys bottae-umbrinus complex in North America. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 54:671-679.
Alzate y Ramirez, Antionio de

1768 25.175 Nuevo mapa geographico de la America Septenrionale, perteneciente al virreynato de Mexico. Paris: Chez Dezauche, 1 sheet. [“Publié sous le Previlége de L’Académie Royale des Sciences des Paris”.]
Alzate, José Antonio

1772 2.12756 Asuntos varios sobre ciencias y artes; obra periódica al Rey N. Sr. (Que Dios guarde). México: Imprenta de la Bibliotheca Mexicana del Lic. D. Josef de Jauregui, 13 nos.

1985 2.12757 Estado de la geografía de la Nueva España, y modo de perfeccionarla. In: Trabulse, Elías, Historia de la ciencia en México; estudios y textos. Siglo XVIII. México: Conacyt/Fondo de Cultura Económica, pp. 161-168. [From Alzate (1772).]
AMAG Technology

2007 12.2105 Symmetry synchronizes technology to help secure Hoover Dam. Torrance, California: AMAG Technology, Inc., 2 pp. (Case Study.)

2010 12.4495 Hoover Dam. Symmetry synchronizes technology to help secure Hoover Dam. [No place]: AMAG Technology, Inc., 2 pp. (Case Study.)

2011 12.4496 La Represa Hoover. Symmetry sincroniza su tecnología para mejorar la seguridad en la Represa Hoover. [No place]: AMAG Technology, Inc., 2 pp. (Caso de Estuido.)
AMAG Technology Latin America SA

2008 12.2100 La Presa Hoover. Buenos Aires, Argentina: AMAG Technology Latin America SA, 2 pp. (Casa de Estudio.) [Hoover Dam.]
Amaral, Olga

2005 2.22021 La educación en los valles de Imperial y Mexicali. In: Quintero Núñez, Margarito, Sánchez López, Eduardo, Collins, Kimberly, Ganster, Paul, and Mason, Cheryl (coordinators), Desarrollo y medio ambiente de la región fronteriza México-Estados Unidos; Valles de Imperial y Mexicali. México: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, and Miguel Ángel Porrúa, pp. 377-411.
Amarillo.com

____ 33.223 [Internet] Palo Duro Canyon; "The Grand Canyon of Texas". http://www.amarillo.com/visitamarillo/palodurocanyon.html. [Palo Duro Canyon State Park.]
Amato, Jeffrey M., and Mack, Greg H.

2012 21.5786 Detrital zircon geochronology from the Cambrian-Ordovician Bliss Sandstone, New Mexico: Evidence for contrasting Grenville-age and Cambrian sources on the opposite sides of the Transcontinental Arch. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 44(6):82.
Amato, Jeffrey M.; Bright, Ryan M.; Denyszyn, Steven W.; Ernst, Richard E.; and Bleeker, Wouter

2013 11.5266 High-precision U-Pb baddeleyite dates from diabase in the Southwest U.S.: Implications of coeval silicic and mafic magmatism in a Mesoproterozoic large igneous province. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):462. [Includes Hualapai Mountains.]
Ambler, J. Richard

1977 16.38 The Anasazi; prehistoric people of the Four Corners region (photography by Marc Gaede). Flagstaff, Arizona: Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 52 pp. >Mon. 8: 5-7<
Ambrose, Skip

2006 18.1341 Sound levels in the primary vegetation types in Grand Canyon National Park, July 2005. Castle Valley, Utah: Sandhill Co., for Grand Canyon National Park, report no. GRCA-05-02.
Ambrose, Stephen E.

2000 2.8053 Nothing like it in the world; the men who built the transcontinental railroad, 1863-1869. New York and London: Simon and Schuster, 431 pp. (see p. 275, footnote).

2001 2.17843 The wild blue; the men and boys who flew the B-24s over Germany. New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, and Singapore: Simon and Schuster, 299 pp. [Cover adds to subtitle, 1944-45.] [See in Chapter, "Learning to Fly the B-24", Grand Canyon and Boulder Dam (Hoover Dam), in passing, p. 92; recollection of Walter Malone Baskin.]

2002 2.9141 To America; personal reflecitons of an historian. New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, and Singapore: Simon and Schuster, 265 [267] pp. (see pp. 85-86).
Ambroziak, Brian M., and Ambroziak, Jeffrey R.

1999 21.4401 Infinite perspectives; two thousand years of three-dimensional mapmaking (introduction by Ray Bradbury). New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 111 pp. (See map of Bright Angel Point, Grand Canyon National Park, on fold-out sheet; book accompanied by three pair of 3D spectacles in end pocket.)
AMEC Environmental and Infrastructure, Inc.

2013 11.6998 Draft initial study for habitat enhancement and creation: Geotube technology and solar PV on the Salton Sea playa at Torres Martinez Wetlands. San Diego: AMEC Environmental and Infrastructure, Inc., for Salton Sea Authority, Indio, California, and Desert Cahuilla Wetland Temal Pa'lekish, Mecca, California, separately paginated sections [257 pp. total].
America Magazine and Rand McNally, Editors

1980 2.1087 Road notes; a student's guide to North America's adventures and delights. Chicago: Rand McNally and Co., 224 pp. (see pp. 11, 83). >Mon. 8: 1-19<
American AdMaps Company

1994 25.3 Arizona Parks and Recreation Association map and facilities guide; Region 4. Colorado Springs, Colorado: American AdMaps Co., 1 sheet.
American Art

1926 33.166 [Postcard] "Grand Canyon of the Lehigh at ox bow curve near Mauch Chunk, Pa." Tosh's Department Store, American Art.
American Asphalt Paint Co.

1931 2.1088 "Water, water, everywhere"! Chicago: American Asphalt Paint Co., 52 pp. (see pp. 14-15, 26-27)
American Association of Petroleum Geologists

no date 24.2 Geothermal gradient of Arizona and western New Mexico. (Portfolio map area no. 18.) American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1 sheet. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-1<
American Automobile Association

2007 25.288 Colorado River guide map; boating and watersports, casinos and points of interest, Lake Mead, Yuma, lodging and camping, Bullhead City, Hoover Dam, Lake Havasu, Lake Mohave, Laughlin, Needles, Parker. Automobile Club of Southern California, folded map. (AAA Explore Series.)
American Automobile Association, Contest Board

1950 2.8657 1950 Mobilgas Grand Canyon Run, Los Angeles to South Rim Grand Canyon via Death Valley-Las Vegas Hoover Dam, 751.3 miles; under the Rules and Supplementary Regulations and with the sanction of the Contest Board, American Automobile Assn., Sanction No. 1--C.T.--50 (A.A.A.); February 15-16, 1950; sponsored by General Petroleum Corporation. [No place]: [No imprint], 30 [31] pp. [Cover title: Official rules; 1950 Mobilgas Grand Canyon Run. Final editon.]
American Bison Society

1910 19.3455 Census of American bison in North America on May 1, 1910. American Bison Society, 3rd Annual Report, 1909-1910, pp. 31-. [See p. 31, data for "Arizona: Grand Canyon Game Preserve--C. J. Jones".]

1911 19.4074 Census of American bison in North America on January 1, 1911. American Bison Society, 4th Annual Report, 1911, pp. 34-. [See p. 34, data for "Arizona: Grand Canyon Game Preserve--C. J. Jones". N.B.: All data for this entry listed as "uncertain"; no figures.]

1912 19.4075 Census of American bison in North America on January 1, 1912. American Bison Society, 5th Annual Report, 1912, pp. 11-. [See p. 11, data for "Arizona: Grand Canyon Game Preserve--C. J. Jones". N.B.: All data for this entry listed as "uncertain"; no figures.]

1916 19.3456 Census of bison as of January 1, 1916. American Bison Society, 10th Annual Report, 1915-1916, pp. 37-. [See p. 37, data for "Arizona: Grand Canyon Game Preserve--C. J. Jones".]

1923 19.3457 Fifteenth census of living American bison as of January 1, 1923. Compiled by Martin S. Garretson. American Bison Society, Report, 1922-1923, pp. 21-. [See p. 21, data for "Arizona: Fredonia--Jim Owens".]

1927 19.3458 Seventeenth census of living American bison as of January 1, 1926. Compiled by Martin S. Garretson. American Bison Society, Report, 1924-1926, pp. 25-. [See p. 25, data for "Arizona: Fredonia--James T. Owens".]

1931 19.3459 Eighteenth census of living American bison as of January 1, 1929. Compiled by Martin S. Garretson. American Bison Society, Report, 1927-1930, pp. 25-. [See p. 25, data for "Arizona: House Rock Valley--State of Arizona".]
American Chemical Society

2001 11.1294 Pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the waters of Lake Mead, Nevada. American Chemical Society, Symposium Series, 791:116-141. [Symposium group.]
American Clean Energy Resources Trust

no date 18.1485 Fact sheet: The life cycle of a typical uranium mine in northern Arizona. Kanab, Utah, and Fredonia, Arizona: American Clean Energy Resources Trust, 1 p. [Pigeon Mine, north side of Snake Gulch; reclamation 1989.]
American Council of Engineering Companies

2012 12.3629 2012 winners; Engineering Excellence Awards. Washington, D.C.: American Council of Engineering Companies, [16] pp. [including wraps]. [See p. [9], in Honor Awards: "Improvements at the Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz.; HDR Engineering--Phoenix, Ariz." Mather Point renewal.]
American Federation of Arts

1914 2.16186 American Art Annual. Volume XI. New York: American Federation of Arts. [See p. 170, Hackley Gallery of Art, Muskegon: "Some of the more important paintings acquired during 1912-1914 are: . . . 'Grand Canyon,' by Ballard Williams . . . ."; and in the section, "Paintings Sold at Auction, 1912-1913": p. 446, George H. McCord (1840-1909), American artist: "[purchaser and price] Rubino - 90. Grand Canyon, Arizona (20x30) - [asking] 80".
American Film Institute

2003 32.44 American made (Sharat Raju, writer, director; Marcus Cano, producer). New York: Carousel Film and Video, DVD. [A Sikh family enroute to the Grand Canyon is stranded in a remote area.]
American Geographical Society

1967 2.1089 National scenic vacationlands. New York: Nelson Doubleday, Inc., 64 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-55<
American Heritage, Editors

1959 2.1090 The American Heritage book of the pioneer spirit. New York: American Heritage Publishing Co., Inc., 400 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-20<

1980 2.1092 Natural wonders of America; an American Heritage guide (Beverley Hilowitz and Susan Eikov Green, eds. in charge). New York: Simon and Schuster, revised ed., 319 pp. (see pp. 27-28). >Mon. 8: 1-20<
American Hydrogen Association, Staff

1995 18.1613 Solar Hydrogen Pavilion at clean cities events. Hydrogen Today (American Hydrogen Association, Tempe, Arizona), 6(2): 1, 7. [Notes under Schedule of Events (p. 7), "Grand Canyon Demonstrations--Jan. 5-11, 1996".]
American Indian Transportation Committee (Arnold, Richard; Booth, Elliot; Cloquet, Don; Cornelius, Betty; Eddy, Larry; Frank, Maurice; Hooper, Milton; Howard, Ted; Meyers, Calvin; and Moose, Gaylene)

2013 11.4238 (with Richard W. Stoffle, Rebecca S. Toupal, and Hsain Ilahiane) American Indian Transportation Committee field assessment of cultural sites regarding the U.S. Department of Energy preapproval Draft Environmental Assessment of intermodal transportation of low-level radioactive waste to the Nevada Test Site (field assessments conducted January 11-21, 1999). [No imprint], 113 pp. (February 8, 1999. Updated February 6, 2013.)
American Institute of Mining Engineers

1917 2.16023 Proceedings of the One-Hundred and Thirteenth Meeting, Arizona, Sept. 17 to 25 inclusive, 1916. American Institute of Mining Engineers, Transactions, 55:vii-xxiv. [Institute Special rail trip, including visit to Grand Canyon; see pp. ix, x, xviii.]
American Library Association

1915 30.710 Kolb, Ellsworth L. Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico. A.L.A. Booklist, 11(4 [sic], 5)(January):215.
American Mining Congress

1915 21.4957 Report of proceedings of the American Mining Congress; seventeenth annual session, Phoenix, Arizona, December 7-11, 1914. Denver: Office of the Secretary, American Mining Congress, 239 pp. [See remarks by W. W. Bass, pp. 57-58, 79, 91-92, 102; he is identified only as "Mr. Bass", even under the list of speakers, p. 3.]
American Museum of Natural History

1906 21.4904 Department of Mineralogy and Conchology. American Museum of Natural History, Annual Report for 1905, pp. 73-. [See p. 73, Mineralogy--By Gift, "Hance Asbestos Company (through S. W. Fairchild), New York City. 2 Specimens of Asbestos (Chrysotile), associated with Serpentine, from the Grand Cañon, Colorado [sic]." (entire item)]
American Park Network

1990 2.1093 Grand Canyon Magazine. San Francisco: Pali Arts Communications, Inc., 88 pp. [First issue; thereafter annually; "editions" vary, apparently not annually sequenced.] [Various complimentary and for-purchase printings; later places of publication San Francisco and New York; various paginations.] >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1994 2.1094 Glen Canyon Lake Powell Magazine. San Francisco: American Park Network.

1998 2.1095 Utah's national parks. Zion, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Arches; including Arizona's North Rim of the Grand Canyon. San Francisco: American Park Network, 9th ed., 104 pp.

2001 2.8518 Utah's national parks. A complete guide to planning your stay. Zion, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Arches; including Arizona's North Rim of the Grand Canyon. New York: American Park Network, 12th ed.
American Philatelic Society

2008 2.18760 Stamps of Arizona. [No place]: American Philatelic Society, [22] pp.

2012 2.18675 U.S. national parks; supplement. [No place]: American Philatelic Society, 30 pp. [See Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 14-15.]
American Pomological Society

1915 2.18434 The California meeting; Berkeley, California, September 1, 2, 3, 1915. The American Pomologist, Bulletin (10)(June):67-76 [entire issue]. [Itineraries. Grand Canyon noted, pp. 67, 71-73, 76.]
American Pomological Society, Committee

1909 19.3408 Fruits recommended by the American Pomological Society for cultivation in the various sections of the United States and Canada. Revised by a committee of the American Pomological Society, W. H. Ragan, Chairman. U.S. Bureau of Plant Industry, Bulletin 151, 69 pp. [See under "Pomological Districts as Defined by the American Pomological Society" (with Plate 1, map), p. 12, District No. 12, ". . . also embraces the valley and canyon of the Colorado . . . . The species successfully grown within the boundaries of this district range from the vinifera grapes to the hardy ironclad apples." (entire note of pertinence)]
American Railway Association, Committee on Standard Cipher Codes

1906 2.18268 The Standard Cipher Code of the American Railway Association; for the use of all departments of the railway service. [No place]: American Railway Association, 751 pp. [See p. 674: "Tormodont. Grand Canyon Ry."]
American Railway Guide Co.

1903 9.859 Travelers' railway guide; western section; (formerly the Rand-McNally railway guide); pocket edition of the official railway guide (by arrangement with the National Railway Publication Co.); with maps and time-tables of the railway and steam navigation lines of the United States, Dominion of Canada and Mexico; devoted especially to transportation lines in the territory of the Ohio and Mississippi valleys, tee [sic] lake region, including all lines governed by the time of the 90th meridian (Central Standard time) and west thereof; having also condensed and through time-tables to all other sections. With hotel directory. Issued monthly. Chicago: American Railway Guide Co., 32(9)(March), cxcii, 555 pp. [See "Arizona", pp. lxvii-lxviii; and timetables, "Santa Fe. Chicago, Kansas City and California--Grand Canyon Line.", p. 141; and "Santa Fe. A., T. & S. F. Ry.--Coast Lines.", pp. 148-149.]
American Recreation Tour Tapes

1992 27.1 Phoenix to Grand Canyon. Earl Baldwin, narrator. Denver, Colorado: American Recreation, Inc., sound cassette. (No. 7 in a series.)
American Red Cross, Grand Canyon Chapter

2008 17.858 Supai Canyon flood; evidence of the importance of wilderness first aid training. In: American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter, annual report fiscal year 2007-2008. Phoenix: American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter, p. 4.
American River Touring Association

no date 25.148 Grand Canyon; a series of maps and profiles of the Colorado River from Lees Ferry, Arizona, to Temple Bar on Lake Mead. Oakland, California: American River Touring Association, 8 pp. [1967 or after.]
American Rivers

1998 11.6462 America's most endangered rivers of 1998; April 1998. [No place]: American Rivers, 45 pp. [See pp. 16-17, "Colorado River Delta. Mexico: Baja California, Sonora. Threat: Water Use, Water Allocation.]

2013 11.6461 2013 America's most endangered rivers. [No place]: American Rivers, 8 pp. (including wraps).

2015 13.3441 The Colorado River in the Grand Canyon: America's most endangered river of 2015. In: America's Most Endangered Rivers® 2015. American Rivers Newsletter, (Special Edition 2015):1. [Action item. Newsletter, 4 pp.]
American Rivers, and Western Resource Advocates

2014 12.4617 The hardest working river in the West: Common-sense solutions for a reliable water future for the Colorado River basin. [No place]: American Rivers, and Western Resource Advocates, iv [vi], V [VIII], 47 [48], VIII [X] pp. [pagination includes wraps].
American Society of Civil Engineers

2013 12.3491 Official register; American Society of Civil Engineers; 2013. Reston, Virginia: American Society of Civil Engineers. [See under "Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement"; 2012 award to "Hoover Dam Bypass Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge", p. 620; also see cover and legend on verso of title-page.]
American Society of Civil Engineers, Southern Nevada Branch, Life Members Forum

2009 12.4284 (compilers, eds.) From the Spanish Trail to the monorail; a history of civil engineering infrastructure in southern Nevada. Collierville, Tennessee: InstantPublisher.com, 190 pp.
American Society of Inspectors of Plumbing and Sanitary Engineers, Committee on Research

1913 15.654 Report of Committee on Research. In: Proceedings, Eighth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Inspectors of Plumbing and Sanitary Engineers held at Louisville, Kentucky, May 20, 21 and 22, 1913. Official report. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: American Society of Inspectors of Plumbing and Sanitary Engineers, Secretary's Office, pp. 23-. [See "The Disposal of Sewage", pp. 25-36; Grand Canyon sewage treatment plant, p. 30.]
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Bureau of Commission Research

1913 2.13043 Arizona. Corporation Commission [Phoenix]. In re rates of postal telegraph-cable company. Special Order No. 32. Decided May 1, 1913. Reduction of telegraph rate. In: Part I. Commission orders, rulings and decisions directed affecting telephone and telegraph companies. American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Bureau of Commission Research, Legal Department, Commission Leaflet 20 (August 1, 1913), p. 301. [Regarding Postal Telegraph-Cable Company service between Williams and Grand Canyon, Arizona.]
American Water Works Association

2009 15.572 Planning for the distribution of reclaimed water. American Water Works Association, Manual M24, 3rd ed., 106 pp. [See Grand Canyon noted under "History", p. 2.]\
American West

1967 2.1096 The Grand Canyon and the Colorado. American West, 4(May):17-53. [Articles by J. W. Krutch, R. C. Euler, M. A. Weinstein and R. Olmsted, F. Leydet, and D. B. Lutes.] >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1978 2.1097 "The most sublime of earthly spectacles"; the Grand Canyon and two of its most eminent biographers. American West, 15(May-June):17-29. [See also articles therein by William H. Goetzmann and by Wallace Stegner.] >Mon. 8: 1-55<
American Whitewater

2004 13.2245 Top river issues for 2004. American Whitewater, 45(4)(September/October):24-30, 38, 41.

2005 13.2286 American Whitewater. In: Mixed Reviews; some other opinions [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 7(2)(Winter):18. [Colorado River Management Plan.]
American-International

1957 26.11 The amazing colossal man. Bert I. Gordon, director, producer. Screenplay by Mark Hanna and Bert I. Gordon. Starring Glen Langan and Cathy Downs. Film. 81:00. [Includes Hoover Dam.] [Also released on video, 1992, Columbia Tristar Home Video, Burbank, California.]
Ames, F. C.

1960 11.49 Vertical control. From: Leifson, G., Survey of the lake. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Comprehensive survey of sedimentation in Lake Mead, 1948-49. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 295, pp. 51-58. >Mon. 8: 2-5<

1960 11.50 Hydrographic survey: Summary of results. From: Leifson, G., Survey of the lake. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Comprehensive survey of sedimentation in Lake Mead, 1948-49. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 295, pp. 69-71. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Ames, F. C.; Kennon, F. W.; and Langbein, W. B.

1954 11.6445 Tables. From: Reservoir storage; area, capacity, and sediment tables. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Lake Mead comprehensive survey of 1948-49. [No place]: U.S. Geological Survey, Volume II, pp. VI-137 to VI-144.

1960 11.51 Tables. From: Reservoir storage. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Comprehensive survey of sedimentation in Lake Mead, 1948-49. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 295, pp. 87-93. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Ames, Frank C.

1954 11.6438 Vertical control. From: Survey of the Lake. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Lake Mead comprehensive survey of 1948-49. [No place]: U.S. Geological Survey, Volume II, pp. V-99 to V-108.

1954 11.6441 Summary of results. From: Survey of the Lake. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Lake Mead comprehensive survey of 1948-49. [No place]: U.S. Geological Survey, Volume II, pp. V-114 to V-118.
Ames, John G.

1905 1.5 Comprehensive index to the publications of the United States government, 1881-1893. Volume 1. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 804 pp.
Ames, Joseph B.

1907 6.532 The treasure of the canyon. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 330 pp.
Ames, Joseph Bushnell

1919 6.962 Curly and the Aztec gold. (Illustrations by Enos B. Comstock.) Boys' Life, 9(11)(November):20-21, 71-74, (12)(December):32-33, 79-82. [Continued in 1920.]

1920 6.963 Curly and the Aztec gold. (Illustrations by Enos B. Comstock.) Boys' Life, 10(1)(January):26-27, 59-61, (2)(February):36-37, 59-61, (3)(March):26-27, 43, 53-54, (4)(April):. [Concluded from 1919.] [See the January and February issues, which include Colorado River and its canyons.]

1920 6.964 Curly and the Aztec gold. (Illustrations by Enos B. Comstock.) New York: The Century Co., 268 pp.
Ames, Van Meter

1944 2.11870 Art as expression. Ethics, 54(4)(July):283-289. (See p. 288, analogous references to Grand Canyon.)
Amesbury, Steven S.; Burnett, Jonathan; Chen, Hui; Guertin, D. Phillip; Johns, Renee; Krecek, Tasha; Spouse, Terry; Summerset, James C.; Uhlman, Kristine; and Westfall, Erin

2010 18.1377 NEMO watershed-based plan; Colorado-Grand Canyon watershed. Tucson: University of Arizona, Water Resources Research Center; Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Water Quality Division; and University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service, [separately paginated parts and appendices, 256 pp. total]. [Non-point Education for Municipal Officials.]

2010 11.2637 NEMO watershed-based plan; Colorado-lower Gila watershed. Tucson: University of Arizona, Water Resources Research Center; Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Water Quality Division; and University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service, [separately paginated parts and appendices, 217 pp. total]. [Non-point Education for Municipal Officials.]
Amin, Omar M., and Minckley, Wendell L.

1996 11.6657 Parasites of some fish introduced into an Arizona reservoir, with notes on introductions. Helmintholgical Society of Washington, Journal, 63(2):193-200. [Lake Mohave.]
Ammons, A. R.

1997 8.162 Glare. New York: W. W. Norton and Co., 294 pp. (see "72").
Amoroso, Lee, and Raucci, Jason

2005 23.98 Paleoseismology and geomorphology of the Hurricane Fault and escarpment. In: Pederson, Joel L., and Dehler, Carol M. (eds.), Interior western United States. Geological Society of America, Field Guide 6, pp. 449-478.
Amoroso, Lee; Felger, Tracey J.; and Wan, Elmira

2010 11.2106 The Willow Beach beds--A pre-Colorado River axial-basin deposit [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 6 pp.

2010 11.1954 The Willow Beach beds--A pre-Colorado River axial-basin deposit. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 42(5):75.

2011 11.2258 The Willow Beach beds--A pre-Colorado River axial-basin deposit. In: Beard, L. Sue, Karlstrom, Karl E., Young, Richard A., and Billingsley, George H. (eds.), CRevolution 2--Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System, workshop abstracts; May 24-26, 2010, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2011-1210, pp. 17-21.
Amoroso, Lee; Pearthree, P. A.; and Stenner, H. D.

2002 21.3933 Evidence for a M7 earthquake on the Shivwitz section of the Hurricane fault zone, northwestern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 34(4):12.
Amoroso, Lee; Pearthree, Philip A.; and Arrowsmith, J. Ramón

2002 21.3766 Paleoseismology and neotectonics of the Shivwitz section of the Hurricane Fault, Mohave County, northwestern Arizona. Arizona Geological Survey, Open-File Report 02-05, 93 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

2004 21.4428 Paleoseismology and neotectonics of the Shivwitz section of the Hurricane Fault, Mohave County, northwestern Arizona. Seismological Society of America, Bulletin, 94(5)(October):1919-1942.
Amory, Cleveland

1997 27.124 Ranch of dreams; the heartwarming story of America's most unusual animal sanctuary. Read by the author. New York: Penguin Audiobooks, 2 cassettes. 3:00:00.

1997 2.7614 Ranch of dreams; the heartwarming story of America's most unusual animal sanctuary. New York: Viking, 288 pp. (see pp. 56-91, and color plates [2, 3] following p. 84). [Feral burros.]
Amos, W.

1965 2.1098 The bright little angel in Grand Canyon. Arizona Days and Ways, (February 27):26-29. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1967 2.1099 Grand Canyon is becoming the world's greatest shoot-the-chute. Arizona, (May 7):34-37. >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Amram [pseudonym]

1880 2.16386 [Letter.] Deseret News, (September 1):10 [issue pagination]. [Trip to Mount Trumbull, dated St. George, August 12, 1880.]

1881 2.16387 Interesting from Arizona. Deseret News, (June 1):13 [issue pagination]. [Letter, dated St. John, Apache Co., Arizona, May 6, 1881. Includes Lees Ferry area.]
Amrhein, Chris; Anderson, Michael; and Matsumoto, Mark

2005 11.2502 (Principal Investigators) Final report for reducing eutrophic conditions of the Salton Sea. University of California at Riverside, for California Reginal Water Quality Control Board, Colorado River Basin Region, 184 pp.
Amrhein, Chris; Reese, B. K.; and Anderson, Michael A.

2006 11.7373 Biogeochemistry of the Salton Sea, California [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 87(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract H51H-03.

2007 11.2514 Biogeochemistry of the Salton Sea, California. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 9, 04728.
Amsden, Charles

1937 21.5139 Sloth hunting. In: Pictures to the Editors [section]. Life, 3(15)(October 11):128. [Letter and photo in response to Life article, "Carnegie Expedition Tracks Prehistoric Giant Sloth to Its Lair", 3(12)(September 20):48-50, which related to Rampart Cave. Amsden relates to work in Gypsum Cave, Nevada.]
Amtrak

2008 9.992 Southwest Chief route guide; Los Angeles, Flagstaff, Albuquerque, Kansas City, Chicago. [No place]: Amtrak, 8 pp. (Copyright National Railroad Passenger Corporation.)
Amundson, Michael A.

2001 2.8279 Mining the Grand Canyon to save it: The Orphan Lode uranium mine and national security. Western Historical Quarterly, 32(3)(Autumn):320-345.

2012 30.867 "Rainbow Bridge to Monument Valley: Making the Modern Old West" by Thomas J. Harvey. Journal of Arizona History, 53(4)(Winter):437-438. [Notes that the last chapter is about David Brower and Grand Canyon dams.]

2014 2.22180 Wyoming revisited. Boulder, Colorado: University Press of Colorado, 386 pp. [Notes of Grand Canyon rephotography work, pp. 38, 359; virtual hiking experience film at Grand Canon, p. 357; John Wesley Powell expedition, p. 73.]
Amundson, R., and Yaalon, D. H.

1995 2.11568 E. W. Hilgard and John Wesley Powell: Efforts for a joint agricultural and geological survey. Soil Science Society of America, Journal, 59(1):4-.
Amy, Penny S., and Hiatt, Hermi D.

1989 11.6011 Survival and detection of bacteria in an aquatic environment. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 55(4)(April):788-793. [Lake Mead.]
Anagnostou, Georg; Cantieni, Linard; Ramoni, Marco; and Nicola, Antonio

2010 12.4429 Lake Mead Intake No. 3 tunnel: Geotechnical aspects of TBM operation [abstract]. In: North American Tunneling Conference, 2010; preliminary program; June 20-23, 2010, Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel, Portland, Oregon; Tunneling: Sustainable Infrastructure, [unpaginated]. [Tunnel Boring Machine.]

2010 12.4277 Lake Mead Intake No. 3 tunnel: Geotechnical aspects of TBM operation. In: Eckert, Lawrence R., Fowler, Matthew E., Smithson, Michael F., Jr., and Townsend, Bradford F. (eds.), North American Tunneling; 2010 Proceedings. Littleton, Colorado: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc., pp. 125-135. [Tunnel Boring Machine.]
Anagnostou, Georgios

2014 12.4786 Muir Wood Lecture 2014. Some critical aspects of subaqueous tunnelling. Avignon, France: Longrine, 19 pp. [Published as a separate, thus.] [Southern Nevada Water Authority, Lake Mead Intake No. 3, see pp. 6, 12-14.] [Sir Alan Muir Wood Lecture. World Tunnel Congress 2014, 40th ITA-AITES General Assembly, May 9th to 15th, 2014, Iguassu Falls, Brazil.] [Association Internationale des Tunnels et de l’Espace Souterrain / International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association, Lausanne, Switzerland.]
Anastasio, Dina

1994 6.15 The case of the Grand Canyon eagle. Niwot, Colorado: Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 73 pp. (Juliet Stone Mystery no. 1.)
Anastasiou, Clifford John

1962 11.3822 The fungi of the Salton Sea, California; their taxonomy, biology, and relationships. Thesis, Claremont Graduate School, 124 pp.

1963 11.3836 Fungi from salt lakes. II. Ascomycetes and fungi imperfecti from the Salton Sea. Nova Hedwigia, 6(3/4):243-276.
Anchor Bay Entertainment

1996 26.12 Brighty of the Grand Canyon. Anchor Bay Entertainment. Video.
Ancona, Edward P.

1919 2.22660 The forest ranger receives a compliment. Ladies' Home Journal, (December):. [Anecdote reprinted in varous other sources, including newspapers. Regarding a tourist party "motoring along a forest road in a lonely region not far from the Grand Canon in Arizona", stopping at an untended ranger station and noting its immaculate office and living quarters. Two calling cards with compliments were left behind for the ranger; one from David F. Houston, Secretary of Agriculture, and the other from Hans Sulzer, Ambassador from Switzerland.]

1919 2.22661 The forest ranger receives a compliment. News Letter (U.S. Forest Service, California District, San Francisco), (57)(December 5):[6]-[7].

1920 2.22662 The forest ranger receives a compliment. The Mountains States Monitor (Denver), (February):22.
Anderberg, Jean

1943 2.1100 Peace on earth. Arizona Highways, (March):4-5. >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Andereck, Kathleen L.

2012 14.833 The impact of Arizona Highways Magazine on tourism. Phoenix: Arizona State University, School of Community Resources and Development, for Arizona Department of Transportation, in cooperation with U.S. Federal Highway Administration, 85 pp. (Arizona Department of Transportation, Final Report 686.)
Anders, Matt D., and Pederson, Joel L.

2002 21.3782 Implications of new Quaternary stratigraphic research and age control in eastern Grand Canyon for landscape evolution and lava-dam lakes. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 34(4):60-61.
Anders, Matt D.; Sharp, W. D.; Gosse, J. C.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Crossey, Laura J.; Goble, R. J.; Sockli, L.; Yang, G.; Pederson, Joel L.; and Rittenour, T. M.

2005 21.4161 Pleistocene geomorphology and geochronology of eastern Grand Canyon: Linkages of landscape components during climate changes. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24(23-24):2428-2448.
Anders, Matthew Delbert [Anders, Matt D.]

2003 21.4020 Quaternary geology and landscape evolution of eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. Master's thesis, Utah State University, 221 pp. [21.4021 Abstract in Master's Abstracts International, 42(3):895.]

2003 21.4021 Quaternary geology and landscape evolution of eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona [abstract of Master's thesis]. Master's Abstracts International, 42(3):895.
Anders, Paul; Bradford, Mike; Higgins, Paul; Nislow, Keith H.; Rabeni, Charles; and Tate, Cathy

2001 19.2322 Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, Protocols Evaluation Program, Final report of the Aquatic Protocol Evaluation Program Panel. [Report to] Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, 43 pp. [Mike Bradford, Chair.]
Andersen, Douglas C., and Nelson, S. Mark

1999 11.1072 Rodent use of anthropogenic and "natural" desert habitat, lower Colorado River, Arizona. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management, 15(5)(September-October):377-393.

2013 11.4404 Flora ecology and insect visitation in riparian Tamarix sp. (saltcedar). Journal of Arid Environments, 94(July):105-112. [Las Vegas Wash, Nevada.]
Andersen, K.

1983 12.463 Somber prelude to the Fourth. Time, 122(July 11):14-15. [Floods.] >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Andersen, Matthew E.

2006 19.2622 Grand Canyon humpback chub population stabilizing. U.S. Geological Survey, Fact Sheet 2006-3109, 2 pp.

2007 19.2738 Grand Canyon humpback chub population improving. U.S. Geological Survey, Fact sheet 2007-3113, 2 pp.

2008 19.2757 Current status of Colorado River native fishes [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], p. 25.

2009 19.2946 Status and trends of the Grand Canyon population of humpback chub. U.S. Geological Survey, Fact Sheet 2009-3035, 2 pp.
Andersen, Matthew E.; Ackerman, Michael W.; Hilwig, Kara D.; Fuller, A. Elizabeth; and Abel, Angela A.

2008 19.3716 Evidence of young humpback chub, Gila cypha, overwintering in the mainstem Colorado River, Marble Canyon, Arizona [abstract]. Desert Fishes Council, 40th Annual Meeting, November 12-16, 2008, p. 1.
Andersen, Matthew E.; Ackerman, Michael W.; Hilwig, Kara D.; Fuller, A. Elizabeth; and Alley, Paul D.

2010 19.3368 Evidence of young humpback chub overwintering in the mainstem Colorado River, Marble Canyon, Arizona, USA. Open Fish Science Journal, 3:42-50.
Anderson, A. H.

1934 19.160 The Arizona state list since 1914. Condor, 36:78-83. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Anderson, Allen

____ 25.5 Map of the military department of New Mexico; drawn under the direction of Brig. Gen. James H. Carleton. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Horn and Wallace, 1 sheet. [Facsimile reprinting of Anderson (1864). Mid-1900s?]

1864 25.4 Map of the military department of New Mexico; drawn under the direction of Brig. Gen. James H. Carleton. [Accompanying report of Brig. Gen. J. H. Carleton, U.S. Army Series 1, Volume 48.
Anderson, Anders H.

1972 19.161 A bibliography of Arizona ornithology; annotated. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 241 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1972 1.6 A bibliography of Arizona ornithology; annotated. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 241 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-10<
Anderson, Andrea

2007 2.22363 College of Southern Nevada, Boulder City Center. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (September):cover, ____.

2009 17.784 Federal Circuit to hear two trademark fraud cases in May. BNA's Patent, Trademark and Copyright Journal, (April 10). [Hualapai Tribe v. Grand Canyon West Ranch LLC.]
Anderson, Andy

2003 16.968 [Notes regarding individuals.] 43rd Bomb Group Association, Inc., "Ken's Men", Newsletter, (88)(October):9-. [See p. 14, regarding Fred Hagen, who recovers aircraft wrecks, who attended a reunion in Corpus Christi, Texas. "He is also trying to raise a B-29 from a depth of 180 feet in Lake Mead, Nevada . . . ." (entire note)]
Anderson, Anna Morgan

1920 8.423 To the Grand Cañon. Santa Fe Magazine, 14(9)(August):29.
Anderson, Antony

1922 2.16780 Los Angeles. American Art News, 21(8)(December 2):9. ["Water colors by Gunnar Widforss, a young Swede who has been in this country for some years, are on display at the Stendahl. His subjects are from Copenhagen, Tunis, the Grand Canyon, and Catalina Island. He is master of a meticulous style and his drawing is impecable." (entire note)]
Anderson, Ariel

2014 13.3341 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(1)(Spring):1-2. [Principally regarding the Long Term Experimental Management Plan for Grand Canyon.]

2014 2.21030 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(2)(Summer):2-3.

2014 2.21383 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(3)(Fall):2-3.
Anderson, B. W., and Ohmart, R. D.

1978 11.2151 Phainopepla utilization of honey mesquite forests in the Colorado River valley. Condor, 80:334-338.
Anderson, B. W.; Ohmart, R. D.; and Rice, J.

1981 11.2150 Seasonal changes in avian densities and diversities. Studies in Avian Biology, 6:262-264.
Anderson, B.W.; Higgins, A; and Ohmart, R. D.

1977 11.2149 Avian use of saltcedar communities in the lower Colorado River valley. In: Symposium on Importance, Preservation and Management of Riparian Habitat, Tucson, Arizona, July 1977, pp. 128-136.
Anderson, Bart

1999 30.44 "Living at the Edge: Explorers, exploiters and settlers of the Grand Canyon region", by Michael F. Anderson. Utah Historical Quarterly, 67(1)(Winter):89-90.
Anderson, Bertin W.

1998 11.844 The case for salt cedar. In: The debate over tamarisk. Restoration and Management Notes, 16(2)(Winter):130-134.

1998 11.845 [Reply to Cameron Barrows.] In: The debate over tamarisk. Restoration and Management Notes, 16(2)(Winter):138.
Anderson, Bertin W., and Ohmart, Robert D.

1976 11.3244 A vegetation management study for the enhancement of wildlife along the lower Colorado River. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, Department of Zoology and Center for Environmental Studies, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 190 pp. + appendices.

1976 11.3245 Vegetation type maps of the lower Colorado River from Davis Dam to the southerly international boundary. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, Department of Zoology and Center for Environmental Studies, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 23 maps.

1977 11.3246 A vegetation management study for the enhancement of wildlife along the lower Colorado River. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, Department of Zoology and Center for Environmental Studies, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 285 pp.

1977 11.3247 Vegetation structure and bird use in the lower Colorado River valley. In: Symposium on the Importance, Preservation and Management of the Riparian Habitat,Tucson, Arizona, pp. 23-24.

1977 11.3248 Climatological and physical characteristics affecting avian population estimates in southwestern riparian communities using transect counts. In: Symposium on the Importance, Preservation and Management of the Riparian Habitat,Tucson, Arizona, pp. 193-200.

1977 11.3249 Wildlife use and densities report of birds and mammals in the lower Colorado River valley. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, Department of Zoology and Center for Environmental Studies, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 355 pp.

1978 11.3250 A vegetation management study for the enhancement of wildlife along the lower Colorado River. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, Department of Zoology and Center for Environmental Studies, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 97 pp.

1979 11.2152 Riparian revegetation: An approach to mitigating for a disappearing habitat in the Southwest. In: Proceedings of the Mitigation Symposium, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, pp. 481-487.

1981 11.3251 Comparisons of avian census results using variable distance transect and variable circular plot techniques. Studies in Avian Biology, 6:186-192.

1982 11.1994 Revegetation for wildlife enhancement along the lower Colorado River. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, 225 pp.

1984 11.1995 A vegetation management study for wildlife enhancement along the lower Colorado River. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, 480 pp.

1984 11.52 Vegetation management study for the enhancement of wildlife along the lower Colorado River. Arizona State University, Center for Environmental Studies, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Boulder City, Nevada, 529 pp.

1984 11.53 Vegetation community type maps, Lower Colorado River, 1984. Arizona State University, Center for Environmental Studies, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Boulder City, Nevada, 59 pp. + maps.
Anderson, Bertin W.; Hunter, William C.; and Ohmart, Robert D.

1989 11.4340 Status changes of bird species using revegetated riparian habitats on the lower Colorado River from 1977 to 1984. U.S. Forest Service, General Technical Report PSW-110, pp. 325-331.
Anderson, Bertin W.; Ohmart, Robert D.; and Fretwell, Stephen D.

1982 11.902 Evidence for social regulation in some riparian bird populations. American Naturalist, 120(3)(September):340-352.
Anderson, BertinW., and Ohmart, Robert D.

1986 11.3562 Vegetation. In: Cooperrider, Allen Y, Boyd, Raymond J., and Stuart, Hanson R. (compilers, eds.) Inventory and monitoring of wildlife habitat. Denver: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, pp. 639-660.
Anderson, Betty

1981 2.21909 Education; a tribute to teachers. In: Centennial Book Committee, Trails, rails, and tales; Kingman's people tell their story, 1882-1982. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave Graphics, Inc., pp. 134-147.
Anderson, Bill, and Anderson, Judy

2013 2.22238 First of many--rides of a lifetime. Northshore HOG News (Harley Owners Group, Northshore Chapter, Slidell, Louisiana), (107)(November): 3, 8-9. [See p. 3, comment on ride to Grand Canyon West from Route 66. Also a photo of Hoover Dam, but no text mention.]
Anderson, Brad

2009 7.466 Ribbon Falls. Denver: Outskirts Press, Inc., 244 pp. [An on-demand publication. Printings indicated by code on title-page verso; copy acquired inidcated as "v2.0 r1.1".]

2011 7.467 After the falls; the sequel and companion to Ribbon Falls. Denver: Outskirts Press, Inc., 214 pp. + advertisement. [An on-demand publication. Printings indicated by code on title-page verso; copy acquired inidcated as "v3.0".]
Anderson, Brian; Phillips, Bryn; Markiewicz, Dan; and Stillway, Marie

2012 11.3511 Toxicity in California waters: Colorado River basin region. [No place]: California Water Boards, Surface Water Ambient Monitoring program, 26 pp. [Includes Salton Sea and lower Colorado River sites.]
Anderson, Bruce T.; Roads, John O.; Chen, Shyh-Chin; and Juang, Hann-Ming Henry

1997 11.7444 Regional modeling simulation and validaiton of the low level monsoon winds over the Gulf of California and southwest United States [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 1997 Fall Meeting, Abstract S32D-A52D-06.
Anderson, C. A.

1951 21.80 Older Precambrian structure in Arizona. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 62:1331-1346. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Anderson, C. L. G.

1890 15.598 Arizona as a health-resort. Medical Record (New York), 38(1)(July 5)(1026):8-10.

1890 15.565 Arizona as a health resort. [No imprint], [5] pp. [including wrap cover]. ("Read at the second meeting of the Washington County Medical Society, Hagerstown, Md., April 9, 1890.") [Considerable attention to the locales of Army forts and lower Colorado River region; Grand Canyon mentioned in passing.]
Anderson, C. R., and Wright, S. A.

2007 18.1168 Development and application of a water temperature model for the Colorado River ecosystem below Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona. Hydrological Science and Technology, 23(1/4):13-26.
Anderson, Carl

1997 13.408 ". . . But so do giant baloney boats with noisy, stinking motors". Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), (July):10. [Letter, with response from Terry Hubbard. Ellipsis is part of title.]

1997 13.409 A personal choice. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), (July):10-11. [Letter.]

2000 14.270 [Comments.] In: "Ice-ssay's," begging and etiquette, or . . . need ice? [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(2)(Summer):16. [Letter, signed Carl "Motorhead" Anderson, gathered from gcboaters@songbird.com electronic list. Ellipsis is part of feature title.]

2000 14.271 [Comments.] In: "Ice-ssay's," begging and etiquette, or . . . need ice? [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), Special Issue: 10. [Letter, signed Carl "Motorhead" Anderson, gathered from gcboaters@songbird.com electronic list. Ellipsis is part of feature title. N.B.: "A Special Edition of the Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly Courtesy of Power Bar", not mailed but distributed at Lee's Ferry.]

2002 14.327 [Comments.] In: "Ice-ssay's"--begging and etiquette, or . . need ice? [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 6(1)(Summer/Fall):36. [Special Issue: Reflections--Five Years of Fun--A Waiting List Anthology. Ellipsis is part of feature title.] [Letter, signed Carl "Motorhead" Anderson.]
Anderson, Carrie

1967 2.21957 Frederic Rheinhold Julius Hannig. From: Overton [section]. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 188-190.
Anderson, Charles A.

1950 11.54 1940 E. W. Scripps cruise to the Gulf of California. Part I. Geology of islands and neighboring land areas. Geological Society of America, Memoir 43, pp. i-vii [2nd series], 1-53, 3 plates.
Anderson, Clayton, and Tranchemontagne, Chantal

2001 9.547 Arizona et Grand Canyon. Montréal: Ulysse. (Guide du voyage Ulysse.)
Anderson, D. Larry

1997 2.9194 The Colorado River; Utah's perspective. Utah Division of Water Resources. [Includes Lower Basin.]

1999 2.1101 The Colorado River; Utah's perspective. Confluence, 6(1)(Spring):1-5. [Includes lower basin data.]

2002 2.9195 The Colorado River; Utah's perspective. Utah Division of Water Resources, 2nd ed., 10 pp. [Includes Lower Basin.]

2004 12.2222 History of the development of the Colorado River and "The Law of the River". In: Rogers, Jerry R., Brown, Glenn O., and Garbrecht, Jurgen D. (eds.), Water resources and environmental history; proceedings of the EWRI Annual Meeting, 2004. Reston, Virginia: American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 75-81. [Environmental and Water Research Institute.]
Anderson, Daniel G.

1938 19.4442 Land planning report; Land Management Unit No. 3; January 1938; Study Group "B". [Tuba City, Arizona?]: [U.S. Soil Conservation Service], 107 pp. [Unit includes Navajo Indian Reservation to the border with Grand Canyon National Park.]
Anderson, Daniel W.; Deweese, Lawrence R.; and Tiller, Don V.

1977 11.6332 Passive dispersal of California brown pelicans. Bird-Banding, 48(3)(Summer):228-238.
Anderson, Daniel W.; Henny, Charles J.; Godinez-Reyes, Carlos; Gress, Franklin; Palacios, Eduardo L.; Santos del Prado, Karina; and Bredy, James

2007 11.2341 Size of the California brown pelican metapopulation during a non-El Niño year. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2007-1299, 35 pp.
Anderson, Daniel W.; Palacios, Edward; Mellink, Eric; and Valdes-Casillas, Carlos

1999 11.1243 Migratory bird conservation in the Colorado River delta region. Third International Congress on Ecosystem Health, Sacramento, California, 15-20 August 1999.
Anderson, Don; Anderson, Ginger; and Broggie, Michael

2014 2.21205 [Letters to the editor.] In: The Mail Car [section]. Carolwood Chronicle (Carolwood Pacific Historical Society, Los Angeles), (Summer):6. [The Anderson inquire about a photograph of Walt Disney at a ceremony with American Indians and businessmen, which is identified by Broggie and corroborated by the Andersons as a photo from the opening of the Grand Canyon Diorama at Disneyland, California, March 31, 1958.]
Anderson, E. J.

1965 2.18710 Anybody for Havasupai? Pacific Union Recorder (Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Angwin, California), 65(2)(July 26):4. [Report on four-day hiking trip.]
Anderson, E. R., and Pritchard, D. W.

1951 11.55 Physical limnology of Lake Mead. U.S. Navy, Electronics Laboratory, Report 258, 152 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-5<

1954 11.6449 Physical limnology. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Lake Mead comprehensive survey of 1948-49. [No place]: U.S. Geological Survey, Volume II, pp. VII-186 to VII-210.

1960 11.56 Circulation and evaporation. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Comprehensive survey of sedimentation in Lake Mead, 1948-49. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 295, pp. 125-148. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Anderson, E. R.; Anderson, L. J.; and Marciano, J. J.

1950 11.57 A review of evaporation theory and development of instrumentation (Lake Mead water loss investigations interim report). U.S. Navy, Electronics Laboratory, Report 159, 62 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Anderson, Edward H.

1906 12.2633 Events and Comments [section]. Improvement Era, 9(11)(September):908-912. [See "The Salton Sea", pp. 909-910.]
Anderson, Ellen

2015 14.1010 Junior Ranger Day; education outreach, Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (March):cover, ____.
Anderson, Eric Gary

1999 17.29 American Indian literature and the Southwest: contexts and dispositions. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 225 pp. (see pp. 77-81, 83-84, 88-89, 173).
Anderson, Fletcher

2006 2.20571 The big sneak; a record passage (illegal as hell) through the Grand Canyon. (Illustrations by Gary Barnard.) Mountain Gazette, (123)(April/May):37-43. [With addendum by Brad Dimock, p. 43 (see Item no. 2.20572); and see obituary for Fletcher by Ann Hopkinson (Item no. 4.459), pp. 15-16.] [Reprinting of the anonymously published article in 1978 (see Item no. 2.7155).]
Anderson, Fletcher, and Hopkinson, Ann

1982 10.73 Rivers of the Southwest: A boater's guide to the rivers of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Publishing Co., 130 pp.

1987 10.2 Rivers of the Southwest: A boater's guide to the rivers of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Publishing Co., 2nd ed., 134 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-SS2-1< FQ13:14
[Anderson, Fletcher]

1978 2.7155 The big sneak; a record passage (illegal as hell) through the Grand Canyon. (Illustrations by Gary Barnard.) Mountain Gazette, 6(9)(70)(June):8-13. [Colorado River solo speed run through Grand Canyon, without permit. Published anonymously.]

1979 2.20249 The ultimate cruise or race to oblivion? A search for the solo speed record in the Grand Canyon . . . breaking all the rules! Canoe, 7(2)(March):28-31. [Colorado River solo speed run through Grand Canyon, without permit. Published anonymously. Ellipsis is part of title.]
Anderson, G.

1983 18.1047 Colorado River flood of 1983. Not Man Apart, 13(9)(November):10.
Anderson, Grant S.; Horonjeff, Richard D.; Menge, Christopher W.; Miller, Nicholas P.; Robert, William E.; Rossano, Christopher; Sanchez, Gonzalo; Baumgartner, Robert M.; and McDonald, Cary

1993 14.710 Dose-response relationships derived from data collected at Grand Canyon, Haleakala and Hawaii Volcanoes national parks. Madison, Wisconsin, HBRS, Inc., and Lexington, Massachusetts: Harris, Miller, Miller, and Hanson, Inc., for U.S. National Park Service, Denver Service Center, report no. 290940.14 (contract no. CS-2000-0-0025). (NPOA Report 93-6.) [Visitor reactions to aircraft overflights.]
Anderson, Gregory; Agnew, Duncan; Johnson, Hadley; Wyatt, Frank; and Sylvester, Arthur

1996 11.7414 Deformation on the southernmost San Andreas fault: A comparison of measurements [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 1996 Fall Meeting, Abstract G32B-06.
Anderson, J. G., and Heaton, T. H.

1982 11.3223 Aftershock accelerograms recorded on a temporary array. In: The Imperial Valley, California, earthquake of October 15, 1979. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 1254, pp. 443-451.
Anderson, J. L.; Davis, G. A.; and Frost, E. G.

1979 11.58 Field guide to regional Miocene detachment faulting and early Tertiary (?) mylonitic terranes in the Colorado River trough, southeastern California and western Arizona. In: Abbott, P. L. (ed.), Geological excursions in the southern California area. San Diego State University, Department of Geological Sciences, pp. 109-134. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Anderson, J. Lawford

1989 11.59 Proterozoic anorogenic granites of the southwestern United States. In: Jenney, J. P., and Reynolds, S. J. (eds.), Geologic evolution of Arizona. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 17, pp. 211-238. >Mon. 8: 2-25<
Anderson, J. Lawford, and Bender, E. Erik

1989 21.81 Nature and origin of Proterozoic A-type granitic magmatism in the southwestern United States of America. Lithos, 23:19-52. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Anderson, J. Lawford; Wooden, Joseph L.; and Bender, E. Erik

1989 21.82 Early and Middle Proterozoic crustal evolution of the southwestern U.S. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 21(6):A23. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Anderson, Jack

2001 2.9174 Did ancient Chinese visit the Grand Canyon? Ancient American, 6(41)(September/October):2-4.
Anderson, John L.

2001 19.4633 The white-margined penstemon (Penstemon albomarginatus Jones), a rare Mohave Desert species, and the Hualapai Mountains land exchange in Mohave County, Arizona. In: Maschinski, Joyce, and Holter, Louella (technical coordinators), Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plans: Proceedings of the third conference, September 25-28, 2000, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Proceedings, RMRS-P-23, pp. 27-37.

2012 19.4465 East meets West: Rare desert Alliums in Arizona. Calochortiana (Utah Native Plant Society), (1)(December):56-62.

2012 11.6953 East meets West: Rare desert Alliums in Arizona. Calochortiana (Utah Native Plant Society), (1)(December):56-62.
Anderson, John Q.; Gaston, Edwin W., Jr.; and Lee, James W.

1980 1.7 (eds.) Southwestern American literature; a bibliography. Chicago: Swallow Press, Inc., 445 pp.
Anderson, Judith Icke

1981 2.11426 William Howard Taft: An intimate history. New York: W. W. Norton. [See p. 177.]
Anderson, Karl

2011 2.17224 The Salton Sea. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 127 [128] pp. (Postcard History Series.)
Anderson, Kirk, and Neff, Ted

2011 16.722 "Out of site" formation processes, geoarchaeology, and the archaeological record of Grand Canyon, Arizona. Society for American Archaeology, 76th Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California, Abstracts, p. 33.

2011 21.5530 "Out of site" formation processes, geoarchaeology, and the archaeological record of Grand Canyon, Arizona. Society for American Archaeology, 76th Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California, Abstracts, p. 33.
Anderson, Kristin M., and Gaines, Lisa J.

2009 12.4029 Appendix D. International water pricing: An overview and historic and modern case studies. In: Delli Priscoli, Jerome, and Wolf, Aaron T., Managing and transforming water conflicts. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 249-265. [See "D.10 Case Studies", which includes Mexicalli Valley.]
Anderson, L. S., and Ruffner, G. A.

no date 20.22 [GCES Phase I. Terrestrial Biology Reports. Phase I documentation, 22.] Effects of post-Glen Canyon Dam flow regime on the old high water line plant community along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. (PB88-183504/AS.) 54 pp. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]
Anderson, L. Susan, and Ruffner, George A.

1985 19.162 (assisted by M. C. White, S. J. Jernigan, and E. V. Mooneyham) Report on vegetation along the Colorado River Old High Water Line, Grand Canyon National Park, 1984. In: House, Dorothy A. (ed.), Colorado River Investigations III; July-August 1984 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus and Steven W. Carothers). Report submitted to Richard W. Marks, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 94-107.

1987 19.163 Effects of the post-Glen Canyon Dam flow regime on the old high-water line plant community along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. Salt Lake City: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Technical Report. [Cited by Carothers and Brown (1991).] >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Anderson, L. Susan; Lucas, L.; McGee, M.; Yard, Michael; and Ruffner, George

1986 19.164 Aquatic habitat analysis for low and high flows of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. Salt Lake City: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Technical Report. >Mon. 8: 4-10<
Anderson, Larry W., and O'Connell, Daniel R.

1993 11.60 Late Quaternary faulting and historic seismicity in the western Lake Mead area, Nevada, Arizona, and California. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 25(5):3.
Anderson, Latham

1892 2.13413 [Discussion of Stanton, Robert Brewster, "Availability of the cañons of the Colorado River of the West for railway purposes".] American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 26(523):349.
Anderson, Loran C., and Hevron, Bill

1993 19.165 New records and data for the rare Chrysothamnus molestus in Arizona. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 27(1):1-4.
Anderson, Mark

1994 2.1102 About those cableways . . . Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(1):7. [Letter to Shane Murphy; ellipsis is part of title.]
Anderson, Mark T.; Graf, Julia B.; and Marzolf, G. Richard

1996 22.537 Controlled flooding of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon: the rationale and data-collection planned. U.S. Geological Survey, Fact Sheet 089-96, 2 pp.
Anderson, Martin J.

1979 2.1103 First through the Grand Canyon: Powell's lucky voyage in 1869. Journal of Arizona History, 20(4)(Winter):391-403. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1982 2.1104 Commentary on Part Two, The affair at Separation Rapids. In: Stanton, Robert Brewster, Colorado River controversies. Boulder City, Nevada: Westwater Books [in facsimile reprinting of 1932 ed. of Stanton], pp. 253-259. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1983 2.1105 John Wesley Powell's Explorations of the Colorado River...; fact, fiction, or fantasy? Journal of Arizona History, 24(4)(Winter):363-380. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1985 2.1106 [Review of Clyde R. Morgan, Sockdolager - a sculpture.] Journal of Arizona History, (Summer):239-240. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1987 2.1107 Artist in the wilderness; Frederick Dellenbaugh's Grand Canyon adventure. Journal of Arizona History, (Spring):47-68. >Mon. 8: 1-9<
Anderson, Michael A.; Whiteaker, E. Wakefield; and Amrhein, Christopher

2008 11.2592 Properties and distribution of sediment in the Salton Sea, California: An assessment of predictive models. In: Hurlbert, Stuart H. (ed.), Salton Sea Centennial Symposium, Part 2. Proceedings of a symposium celebrating a century of symbiosis among agriculture, wildlife and people, 1905-2005, held in San Diego, California, USA, March 2005. Hydrobiologia, 604(1)(June):97-110.
Anderson, Michael F.

1999 13.1576 Polishing the jewel; an administrative history of Grand Canyon National Park. Ph.D. dissertation, Northern Arizona University, 347 pp.

2001 13.2350 Polishing the jewel; an administrative history of Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 11, 116 pp. [Copyright 2000; released April 2001.]

2007 2.17926 Foreword. In: Swanson, Frederick H., Dave Rust; a life in the canyons. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, pp. ix-xi.
Anderson, Michael F. [Mike]

2004 17.539 Grand Canyon's Native American trails and routes. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(2)(Summer):1-2.

2007 17.605 Natural disasters within transitional societies: The Havasupai Indians at Supai, Arizona [abstract]. In: 2007 History Symposium. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(1)(January/March):6.

2008 17.671 Natural disasters within transitional societies: The Havasupai Indians at Supai, Arizona. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 37-43. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)
Anderson, Michael F. [Mike]

1991 2.1108 North and South Bass Trails historical research study; historic resource study, Grand Canyon National Park. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, 148 pp.

1995 2.1109 When roads were ruts and the stagecoach ruled. Cañon Journal, 1(2):25-33.

1995 2.1110 [Letter regarding L. L. Ferrall item (see Anonymous, 1995, O' Pioneer, 6(2):8).] O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 6(5)(May):8.

1997 2.1111 The Tonto West Trail; past and present. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 3(2)(Summer):2-3, 6-7.

1998 2.1112 Living at the edge; explorers, exploiters and settlers of the Grand Canyon region. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, 184 pp. FQ12A:14 FQ12B:9 FQ13:15 FQ15:12 FQ17:17

2001 2.8054 Supia [sic] Mary. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(2)(April/June):8. [Supai Mary.]

2001 2.8055 Polishing the jewel; an administrative history of Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 11, 116 pp. [Copyright 2000; released April 2001.]

2001 2.8280 Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 24-27, 2002. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 7(3)(Fall):4.

2002 2.8782 History arrives at Grand Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 8(1)(Spring):4.

2003 2.9601 Tribute to Bill Suran. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(10):4.

2004 2.10171 The Nankoweap. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(4)(Winter):1-3.

2005 2.10290 Toll roads and trails. Presented to the Grand Canyon River Guides Training Seminar on March 27, 2005. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 16(2)(April/June):7-9.

2005 2.10668 Preface. In: Anderson, Michael F. (compiler, ed.), A gathering of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the inaugural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 13, pp. vii-viii.

2005 2.10669 Introduction. In: Anderson, Michael F. (compiler, ed.), A gathering of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the inaugural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 13, pp. 1-5.

2005 2.10670 Grand Canyon National Park toll roads and trails. In: Anderson, Michael F. (compiler, ed.), A gathering of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the inaugural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 13, pp. 23-28.

2005 2.10665 (compiler, ed.) A gathering of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the inaugural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 13, 199 pp.

2006 2.10932 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society Quarterly Magazine), 17(3)(July-September):2.

2006 2.10933 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society Quarterly Magazine), 17(4)(October-December):2.

2006 2.10530 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society Quarterly Magazine), 17(1)(January/March):2.

2007 2.11127 Wilderness in war and peace. Sojourns (Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association), 2(1)(Winter/Spring):cover, 40-47.

2007 2.11128 Cooperating Associations before, during, and after World War II. Sojourns (Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association), 2(1)(Winter/Spring):inside back flyleaf.
Anderson, Michael F., and Ladd, Gary

2001 2.8056 Along the rim: A guide to Grand Canyon's South Rim from Hermits Rest to Desert View. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, 72 pp.

2012 2.18772 Along the rim; a guide to Grand Canyon's South Rim from Hermits Rest to Desert View. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, [2nd ed.], 72 pp.
Anderson, Mike

2004 16.471 Grand Canyon's historic trails: Identification and ongoing assessment. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), (Spring):1-3.
Anderson, Mike; Bunch, Aaron; and Stewart, Bill

2012 19.4058 Status of the Lees Ferry rainbow trout fishery, Colorado River, Arizona 1991-2011. In: Wildlife Society, Arizona-New Mexico Chapters Joint Annual Meeting, Fisheries Abstracts, [unpaginated].

2013 19.4371 Status of the Lees Ferry rainbow trout fishery, Colorado River, Arizona 1991-2011. [abstract]. In: 46th Joint Annual Meeting, Arizona/New Mexico Chapters of the Wildlife Society and Arizona/New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, p. 16.
Anderson, Miriam R.

1956 2.20567 "Little Yellowstone" on the Salton Shores. (Map by Norton Allen.) Desert Magazine, 19(11)(November):18-20. [Hot Mineral Spa, southeast of Mecca, California.]

1959 2.20700 Lure of the Salton. (Map by Norton Allen.) Desert Magazine, 22(2)(February):27-29. [Salton Sea.]
Anderson, Nancy K.

1991 2.1113 "The kiss of enterprise": the western landscape as symbol and resource. In: Truettner, William H. (ed.), The West as America: Reinterpreting images of the frontier, 1820-1920. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, for National Museum of American Art, pp. 236-283. [Exhibition catalogue.]

1997 2.1114 (with Thomas Bruhn, Joni Kinsey, and Anne Morand) Thomas Moran. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, and New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 398 pp. FQ15:13

1998 2.1115 "The kiss of enterprise": the western landscape as symbol and resource. In: Doezema, Marianne, and Milroy, Elizabeth (eds.), Reading American art. New Haven, Connecticut, and London: Yale University Press, pp. 208-231.
Anderson, Nancy K., and Morand, Anne

1997 2.1116 (with Sarah Kelly, Sally Mansfield, and Merl M. Moore, Jr.) Chronology. In: Anderson, Nancy K., Thomas Moran. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, and New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, pp. 180-279.
Anderson, Nels

1942 2.1117 Desert saints; the Mormon frontier in Utah. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 459 pp. FQ1:2
Anderson, Parker

2015 2.22572 Grand Canyon Pioneer Cemetery. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 127 [128] pp. (Images of America.) [Includes section, "Burials Outside the Cemetery", pp. 115-127.]
Anderson, Paul E.

2012 21.6281 Electric scarring of the earth's surface. Natural Philosophy Alliance, Proceedings, 9:4-11. [In proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference.] [Electric Universe Theory. Includes Grand Canyon.]
Anderson, Peter

1992 6.16 Into the unknown: Major Powell's river journey (illustrations by Tom McFarland). Helena, Montana: Falcon Press, 31 pp. >Mon. 8: 9-7<

1997 6.17 A Grand Canyon journey; tracing time in stone. New York, London, Hong Kong, Sydney, and Danbury, Connecticut: Franklin Watts, 64 pp. (A First Book.) FQ17:18
Anderson, Phillip

1986 21.83 Summary of the Proterozoic plate tectonic evolution of Arizona from 1900 to 1600 Ma. In: Beatty, Barbara, and Wilkinson, P. A. K. (eds.), Frontiers in geology and ore deposits of Arizona and the Southwest. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 16, pp. 5-11. >Mon. 8: 3-99<

1986 21.6015 The Proterozoic tectonic evolution of Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 416 pp.

1989 21.84 Proterozoic plate tectonic evolution of Arizona. In: Jenney, J. P., and Reynolds, S. J. (eds.), Geologic evolution of Arizona. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 17, pp. 17-55. [N.B.: References for this paper are included with those listed for another paper by Anderson in the same volume: "Stratigraphic framework, volcanic-plutonic evolution, and vetical deformation of the Proterozoic volcanic belts of central Arizona", pp. 57-147 (refs. on pp. 144-147).] >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Anderson, Quill

2011 2.15746 There and back again. MIA News (Miyakonojo International Association, Miyakonojo, Miyazaki, Japan), (52)(August):[1-4]. [Grand Canyon, p. [4].]
Anderson, R. E.

1979 21.85 [Discussion of "Holocene faulting in the western Grand Canyon, Arizona", by Peter W. Huntoon (1977), with reply.] Geological Society of America, Bulletin, Part 1, 90:221-224. >Mon. 8: 3-48<
Anderson, R. E., and Barnhard, T. P.

1991 21.86 Relationship between Miocene plutonism, uplift, and extension, Lake Mead area, northwesternmost Arizona and adjacent Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 23(5):A245. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Anderson, R. E.; Irwin, W. P.; and Thenhaus, P. C.

1983 21.5985 Southern Rocky Mountains seismic source zones--Summary of workshop convened January 23-24, 1980. In: Thenhaus, Paul C. (ed.), Summary of workshops concerning regional seismic source zones of parts of the conterminous United States convened by the U.S. Geological Survey 1979-1980, Golden, Colorado. U.S. Geological Survey, Circular 898, pp. 14-19.
Anderson, R. E.; Longwell, C. R.; Armstrong, R. L.; and Marvin, R. F.

1972 21.87 Significance of K-Ar ages of Tertiary rocks from the Lake Mead region, Nevada-Arizona. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 83:273-288. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Anderson, R. Ernest

1973 11.62 Large-magnitude late Tertiary strike-slip faulting north of Lake Mead, Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 794, 18 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-5<

1977 11.5221 Geologic map of the Boulder City 15-minute quadrangle, Clark County, Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Geological Quadrangle Map GQ-1395, scale 1:62:500.

1978 11.5254 Geologic map of the Black Canyon 15-minute quadrangle, Mohave County, Arizona, and Clark County, Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Geological Quadrangle Map GQ-1394.

1978 11.63 Chemistry of Tertiary volcanic rocks in the Eldorado Mountains, Clark County, Nevada, and comparisons with rocks from some nearby areas. U.S. Geological Survey, Journal of Research, 6:409-424. >Mon. 8: 2-5<

1993 11.61 Tectonic significance of a Miocene dike swarm and its post-emplacement vertical and meridional collapse, Lake Mead area, Nevada, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 25(5):3.

2003 24.231 Geologic map of the Callville Bay quadrangle, Clark County, Nevada, and Mohave County, Arizona. Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, Report 139, scale 1:24,000.

2003 11.2082 Geologic map of the Callville Bay quadrangle. Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Map 139, map, pamphlet 21 pp.
Anderson, R. Ernest, and Beard, L. Sue

2010 11.1877 Geology of the Lake Mead region: An overview. In: Umhoefer, Paul J., Beard, L. Sue, and Lamb, Melissa A. (eds.) Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central Basin and Range. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 463, pp. 1-28.
Anderson, R. Ernest, and Laney, R. L.

1975 11.64 The influence of late Cenozoic stratigraphy on distribution of impoundment-related seismicity at Lake Mead, Nevada-Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Journal of Research, 3:337-343. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Anderson, R. Ernest; Bernhard, T. P.; and Snee, L. W.

1994 11.1289 Roles of plutonism, midcrustal flow, tectonic rafting, and horizontal collapse in shaping the Miocene strain field of the Lake Mead area, Nevada and Arizona. Tectonics, 13(6):1381-.
Anderson, R. Ernest; Felger, Tracey J.; Diehl, S. F.; Pa;ge, W. R.; and Workman, J. B.

2010 11.1894 Integration of tectonic, sedimentary, and geohydrologic processes leading to a small-scale extension model for the Mormon Mountains area north of Lake Mead, Lincoln County, Nevada. In: Umhoefer, Paul J., Beard, L. Sue, and Lamb, Melissa A. (eds.) Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central Basin and Range. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 463, pp. 395-426.
Anderson, R. Ernest; Longwell, C. R.; Armstrong, R. L.; and Marvine, R. F.

1972 11.65 Significance of K-Ar ages of Tertiary rocks from the Lake Mead region, Nevada-Arizona. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 83:272-288. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Anderson, R. Scott

1993 21.88 A 35,000 year vegetation and climate history from Potato Lake, Mogollon Rim, Arizona. Quaternary Research, 40:351-359.
Anderson, R. Scott; Hevly, Richard H.; Adam, David P.; Betancourt, J. L.; and Mead, Jim I.

2000 21.3604 Middle- and late-Wisconsin paleobotanic and paleoclimatic records from the southern Colorado Plateau, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 155(1-2):31-57.
Anderson, R.; McCarthy, R.; Mathieson, E.; Stenner, H.; Macari, E.; and Mendoza, L.

2010 11.7317 Agricultural damage and recovery notes regarding the El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake of April 4, 2010 [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 2010 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 13-17 December, Abstract T53B-2138.
Anderson, Ray G., and Goulden, Michael L.

2009 11.6872 A mobile platform to constrain regional estimates of evapotranspiration. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 149:771-782. [Imperial Valley south of Salton Sea.]
Anderson, Robert D., and Billingsley, Rhett A.

2013 12.4833 Basin study sounds the alarm on future Colorado River supply and demand imbalances. Water Resources Committee Newsletter (American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources), 15(2)(July):4-8.
Anderson, Robert Stewart

1977 2.9517 A biography of Clarence Edward Dutton (1841-1912), 19th century geologist and geographer. Master's thesis, Stanford University, 126 pp.
Anderson, Roger Y., and Harshbarger, John W.

1958 21.5481 (eds.), Guidebook of the Black Mesa Basin, northeastern Arizona. New Mexico Geological Society, 9th Field Conference, Guidebook, 205 pp. [Pertinent papers cited separately herein.]
Anderson, Rolf

2001 2.22499 Rolf out West; after winning Sun Country Airline tickets at the Alliance benefit in March, former Alliance president Rolf Andreson decided to visit Taliesin West. The Minnesota Preservationist (Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, Minneapolis), 4(4)(July/August):6-7. [Includes Mary Colter's work at Grand Canyon.]
Anderson, Scott A., and LaFronz, Nicholas J.

2007 12.1914 Rockfill embankment settlement: Sugarloaf Mountain bridge abutment and Hoover Dam Bypass (US-93). Transportation Research Record, no. 2016, pp. 3-12.
Anderson, Scott L.

2007 12.1867 Central Arizona Project water supply and the future of south central Arizona. Master’s thesis, Northern Arizona University, 86 pp.
Anderson, T. W., and White, N. D.

1979 22.18 Statistical summaries of Arizona streamflow data. U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report 79-5, 421 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Anderson, T. W.; Barnum, D. A.; Ricca, M. A.; and Miles, A. K.

2008 11.6882 Avian use of a constructed saline wetland complex at the Salton Sea, California [abstract]. In: Palacios, Patsy, and Trentelman, Carla Koons (compilers), International Society for Salt Lake Research (ISSLR) and FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake present the joint 10th International Conference on Salt Lake Research and 2008 FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake Issues Forum, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 11-16, 2008; Program and abstracts, p. 35. [Cover title for volume: Joint Conference; 10th International Conference on Salt Lake Research and 2008 FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake Issues Forum; Saline Lakes Around the World: Unique Systems with Unique Values, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 11-16, 2008.]
Anderson, T. W.; Freethey, Geoffrey; and Tucci, Patrick

1992 11.66 Geohydrology and water resources of alluvial basins in south-central Arizona and parts of adjacent states. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 1406-B, pp. B1-B67.
Anderson, Teddy

2006 2.11058 Your celestial friends. Boatman’s Quarterly Review, 19(4)(Winter 2006-2007):16-17. [Astronomy on the Colorado River.]

2007 2.11403 Your celestial friends. Boatman’s Quarterly Review, 20(4)(Winter 2007-2008):22-23. [Astronomy on the Colorado River.]

2007 2.11225 Your celestial friends. Boatman’s Quarterly Review, 20(2)(Summer):20-21. [Astronomy on the Colorado River.]

2008 2.11741 Your celestial friends. Boatman’s Quarterly Review, 21(2)(Summer):18-19. [Astronomy on the Colorado River.]
Anderson, Tempest

1901 2.10298 The Grand Cañon of the Colorado River. Alpine Journal, 20(May)(152):360-368. (“Read before the Alpine Club, February 12, 1901.”)

1903 21.5285 Volcanic studies in many lands; being reproductions of photographs by the author of above one hundred actual objects, with explanatory notices. London: John Murray, 202 pp. [Grand Canyon, see pp. x, 176, in passing; not illustrated.]
Anderson, Terry L., and Snyder, Pamela

1997 12.464 Water markets; priming the invisible pump. Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute, 228 pp.
Anderson, Thomas H.

2012 11.3733 Transtension and transpression among large-scale strike-slip fault systems in western North America. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 44(7):633.
Anderson, Thomas H., and Silver, Leon T.

2005 11.2237 The Mojave-Sonora megashear--Field and analytical studies leading to the conception and evolution of the hypothesis. In: Anderson, Thomas H., Nourse, Jonathan A., McKee, James W., and Steiner, Maureen B. (eds.) The Mojave-Sonora megashear hypothesis: Development, assessment, and alternatives. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 393, pp. 1-50.
Anderson, Thomas H.; Nourse, Jonathan A.; McKee, James W.; and Steiner, Maureen B.

2005 11.2236 (eds.) The Mojave-Sonora megashear hypothesis: Development, assessment, and alternatives. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 393, 692 pp.
Anderson, Thomas W.

2007 11.2537 Carcass scavenging by a black-necked stilt at the Salton Sea, California. Western Birds, 38:293-295.
Anderson, Thomas W.; Tiffany, Mary Ann; and Hurlbert, Stuart H.

2007 11.2575 Stratification, sulfide, worms, and decline of the eared grebe (Podiceps nigricollis) at the Salton Sea, California. In: Salton Sea Centennial Symposium, Part 1. Lake and Reservoir Management, 23(5):500-517.
Anderson, Warren

2000 13.1577 "This lawsuit really is quite necessary . . ." In: Flipped out--Letters to GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):36. [Regarding Colorado River Management Plan. Ellipsis is part of subsection title.]
Anderson, Wyatt; Arnold, Jonathan; Baldwin, David G.; Beckenbach, Andrew T.; Brown, Celeste J.; Bryant, Stephen H.; Coyne, Jerry A.; Harshman, Lawrence G.; Heed, William B.; Jeffery, Duane E.; Klaczko, Louis B.; Moore, Betty C; Porter, Jean M.; Powell, Jeffrey R.; Prout, Timothy; Schaeffer, Stephen W.; Stephens, J. Claiborne; Taylor, Charles E.; Turner, Monte E.; Williams, Gabriel O.; and Moore, John A.

1991 19.3036 Four decades of inversion polymorphism in Drosophila pseudoobscura. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 88(November):10367-10371. [Includes Grand Canyon data.]
Anderson, Zachary W., and Beard, L. Sue

2011 11.2221 Structural and kinematic analysis of Miocene rocks, Black Canyon, Arizona and Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 43(4):82.
Anderson, Zachary W.; Lamb, Melissa A.; Umhoefer, P. J.; and Hickson, Thomas A.

2013 11.5270 Structural and basin evolution of the upper Horse Spring Formation alogn the eastern terminus of the Las Vegas Valley shear zone, Lake Mead domain, Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):171.
Andersson, Erika

2010 2.15011 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(4)(Winter 2010-2011):3.

2011 2.15131 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(1)(Spring):3.

2011 2.15288 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(2)(Summer):2.

2011 2.15949 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(3)(Fall):2-3.
Andersson, Stefan

2010 12.2841 Amerikansk bro över svindlande djup. Den nya bron nedanför Hoover Dam sträcker sig över ett svindlande djup i den amerikanska Nevadaöknen. Spännvidden för den centrala bågen är 323 meter, viklet innebär rekord för USA:s del. Bergs och Bruks (Svensk Bergs- och Brukstidning), 89(4):14. [Hoover Dam Bypass bridge.]
Andeson, Jay C., and Keith, John E.

1977 12.1616 Energy and the Colorado River. Natural Resources Journal, 17(April):157-168.
Andrade, Guillermo

1885 11.67 Description of the land of G. Andrade, situated in the great Colorado Valley of Mexico. San Francisco: [no imprint], 7 pp.
Andre, Linda

1996 2.12761 Landscape painting: Artists who love the land. Art to Zoo (Smithsonian Institution, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education), (March/April):1-16 [entire issue]. [Includes Thomas Moran and "The Chasm of the Colorado".]
Andreas, Robert

2006 2.10631 (ed.) Heaven on earth; 100 must-see destinations. Time Specials, 5(4). (Collector's Edition books.) (See "The Grand Canyon", cover, pp. 8-9.)
Andreasen, H.

1884 2.17755 Amerika, seet fra et landsbotandpunkt. Kjøbenhavn: Hovedkommission Hos C. A. Topp, 382 [384] pp. [See "Arizona og Californien", pp. 188-216; specifically, with regard to passage through Yuma, p. 196.]
Andrede, Guillermo

1909 2.18175 A bit of Lower California history. In: The Calexico Chronicle; second annual magazine edition. Calexico, California: The Calexico Chronicle, pp. 34-35.
Andree, Karl

1854 2.15394 Nord-Amerika in geographischen und geschichtlichen Umrissen. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Eingeborenen und der indianischen Alterthümer, der Einwanderung und der Ansiedelungen, des Ackerbaues, der Gewerbe, der Schifffahrt und des Handels. Zweite Auflage, mit in den Text gedruckten Abbildungen und vermehrt mit einem Kartenwerke von achtzehn Blättern. Braunschweig: Druck und Verlag von George Westermann, 2nd ed., 810 pp. [Lower Colorado River region, see pp. 742-743.]

1862 2.17569 Die nordamerikanischen Verhältnisse. Zweiter Artikel. Globus, 1(11):332-340. [See p. 332.]

1872 2.16681 Geographie des Welthandels. Mit geschichtlichen Erläuterungen. Zweiter Band. Die außereuropäischen Erdtheile. Stuttgart: Julius Maier, 975 pp. [See p. 746, Colorado River noted.]
Andree, Richard

1882 2.13085 (ed. ; A. von Danckelman, J. J. Egli, E. Haffe, E. Jung, Ph. Paulitschke, F. M. Schröter, A. Scobel, and A. W. Sellin, compilers.) Geographisches Handbuch zu Andree's Handatlas mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der kommerziellen, statistischen und politischen Verhältnisse. Bielefeld and Leipzig: Velhagen und Klafing, 939 pp. (see pp. 424-427).
Andreev, A. I.

1997 2.14981 Russkie pishma iz Arkhiva Cvena Gedina v Stokgolmi [Russian letters from the Sven Hedin Archive in Stockholm.] Ariavarta (St. Petersburg, Russia), 1:29-76. [In Russian. See pp. 32-33, note of Russian lapses of reprintings of various literary works, including Hedin's 1928 Russian translation of Grand Canyon.]
Andreeva, Tamara

1949 2.8281 "Nig," extraordinary mascot of Boulder Dam. Open Road for Boys, 31(7)(September):5, 38-39.
Andreis, I. L.

1894 12.3163 Da lettere del Rev. I. L. Andreis, da Baltimora (Maryland). L'Esplorazione Commerciale e l'Esploratore (Giornale di Viaggi e Geografia Commerciale) (Società d'Esplorazione Commerciale in Africa, Milano), 9(5)(May):156-157. [Regading the American desert lands, including note of the need for irrigation from the Colorado River in "Arizoma".]
Andrés, Benny J., Jr.

2011 2.21986 Invisible borders: Repatriation and colonization of Mexican migrant workers along the California borderlands during the 1930s. California History, 88(4):5-21.
Andres, Benny Joseph, Jr.

2003 12.1740 Power and control in Imperial Valley, California: Nature, agribusiness, labor and race relations, 1900-1940. Ph.D. dissertation, University of New Mexico, 277 pp. [12.1741 Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 64(11A):4173.]

2003 12.1741 Power and control in Imperial Valley, California: Nature, agribusiness, labor and race relations, 1900-1940 [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 64(11A):4173.
Andress, Donna

1997 11.2642 (compiler) Eldorado Canyon and Nelson, Nevada; historical documents, reminiscences, commentary. (Draft prepared by Dennis and Jo Ann Casebier and Adrienne Knute.) Mohave Desert Heritage and Cultural Association, 238 pp.

2009 2.12411 A different view. In: Letters [section]. Arizona Highways, 85(10):4. [Comment on Keridwen Cornelius and Adriel Heisey's "A Better View", 85(5):30-39.]
Andress, Gail, and Andress, Donna

2007 2.11247 Canyon leaves big impression. In: Dear Editor [section]. Arizona Highways, 83(9):2.
Andrews and Anderson Architects, PC

2008 16.815 Grand Canyon South Rim historic maintenance and warehouse complex; historic structure report for 11 buildings; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Golden, Colorado: Andrews and Anderson Architects, PC, for U.S. National Park Service, 758 pp.
Andrews, Brenda J.; King, Kirke A.; and Baker, Denise L.

1997 11.4287 Environmental contaminants in fish and wildlife of Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona. Phoenix: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arizona Ecological Services Field Office, 71 pp. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 2, Contaminants Program.)
Andrews, Charles

2006 9.673 (ed.) Glen Canyon, Lake Powell and Lake Mead; your complete guide to the parks. New York: American Park Network, 24th ed., 72 pp.
Andrews, Charles, and Blass, Donna

2005 9.672 (eds.) Grand Canyon; your complete guide to the park. New York: American Park Network, 23rd ed., 64 pp.
Andrews, E. B.

1878 21.5480 An elementary geology; designed especially for the interior states. Cincinnati and New York: Van Antwerp, Bragg and Co., 283 pp. + advertisements. (Eclectic Educational Series.) [See pp. 16-18.]
Andrews, E. C.

1915 2.21456 A printer's trip to the California expositions. The Inland Printer, 55(3)(June):372-376. [See p. 372, brief notice of stop at Grand Canyon.]
Andrews, Edmund D.

1990 22.19 The Colorado River; a perspective from Lees Ferry, Arizona. From: Wolman, M. Gordon, Church, Michael, Newbury, Robert, Lapointe, Michel, Frenette, Marcel, Andrews, E. D., Lisle, Thomas E., Buchanan, John P., Schumm, Stanley A., and Winkley, Brien R., The riverscape. In: Wolman, M. G., and Riggs, H. C. (eds.), Surface water hydrology. Geological Society of America, Geology of North America, Volume O-1, pp. 304-310.

1991 22.20 Depositional rate of sand in lateral separation zones, Colorado River [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 72(44, supplement):219.

1991 22.474 Sediment transport in the Colorado River basin. In: [National Research Council], Commission on Geosciences, Environment, and Resources, Water Science and Technology Board, Committee to Review the Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Colorado River ecology and dam management; proceedings of a symposium, May 24-25, 1990, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, pp. 54-74.

1992 22.21 A sediment monitoring program for the Colorado River through Grand Canyon. In: Long-Term Monitoring Workshop for the Grand Canyon, October 5-6, Irvine, California. [National Research Council, Water Science and Technology Board], [10] pp.

1997 22.494 Glen Canyon Dam: Flood flows and adaptive management in the lower Colorado River basin. In: Dams: Water and power in the new West; 18th Annual Summer Conference of the Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado School of Law. University of Colorado School of Law.

1999 22.22 Wet river, dry river. In: Collier, Michael, Water, earth, and sky; the Colorado River basin. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, pp. 55-69.
Andrews, Edmund D., and Pizzi, Leslie A.

2000 22.669 Origin of the Colorado River experimental flood in Grand Canyon. Hydrological Sciences Journal (Journal des Sciences Hydrologiques), 45(4)(August):607-627.
Andrews, Edmund D.; Johnston, Christopher E.; and Schmidt, John C.

1996 22.23 Topographic evolution of sand bars in lateral separation eddies in Grand Canyon during an experimental flood [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 77(46, Supplement):F258.
Andrews, Edmund D.; Johnston, Christopher E.; Schmidt, John C.; and Gonzales, Mark

1997 22.24 Topographic evolution of sand bars in lateral separation eddies in Grand Canyon during the 1996 experimental flood. Glen Canyon Dam beach/habitat-building flow; Abstracts and executive summaries, April 1997 [symposium convened by the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, Department of the Interior, Flagstaff, Arizona, April 8-10, 1997, Flagstaff]. [No imprint, convenor from separate proceedings volume], p. 23.

1999 22.25 Topographic evolution of sand bars. In: Webb, Robert H., Schmidt, John C., Marzolf, G. Richard, and Valdez, Richard A. (eds.), The controlled flood in Grand Canyon. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union, pp. 117-130. (American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monograph 110.)
Andrews, George B.

1937 2.1118 Scaling Wotan's Throne--An exciting feat in which Shiva's sister "sky island" yields to the skillful rock climbers of the Patterson Grand Canyon Expedition. Natural History, 40:722-724, 776. >Mon. 8: 1-9<
Andrews, Henry N.

1980 21.89 The fossil hunters; in search of ancient plants. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 421 pp. (see p. 217). >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Andrews, Howard L.

1955 15.764 Radioactive fallout from bomb clouds. Science, 122(September 9):453-456. [Includes Lake Mead.] [See also comment by I. L. Ophel, (March 1, 1957):399 (Item no. 15.765).]
Andrews, Kim

2005 14.448 Grand Canyon Semester. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 11(4)(Winter):3.
Andrews, Kimberly, and Tilousi, Rex

2005 17.651 Havasu ba quawa (the language of the people). American Indian Quarterly, 29(3/4):673-674.
Andrews, Lori

2005 17.1312 Havasupai Tribe sues genetic researchers. LAB Report (Law and Biothethics Report, Institute for Bioethics, Health Policy and Law, University of Louisville School of Medicine), 4(2)(Winter 2004; i.e. April 2005):10-11. [Havasupai blood-use case.]
Andrews, Nancy B.

1999 16.39 Archaeological monitoring; a stepping-stone to effective management. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 15(1)(Summer):10-11.
Andrews, Ralph W.

1964 2.1119 Picture gallery pioneers 1850 to 1875. New York: Bonanza Books, 192 pp. (see p. 19). >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1965 2.7615 Photographers of the frontier West; their lives and their works, 1875-1915. Seattle, Washington: Superior Publishing Co., 182 pp.

1965 2.16598 Photographers of the frontier West; their lives and their works, 1875 to 1915. New York: Bonanza Books, 183 pp.
Andrews, Raymond C., and Andrews, Jennifer L.

2011 9.919 Driving the Great Western Trail in Arizona; an off-road travel guide to the Great Western Trail in Arizona. [No place]: CreateSpace, 129 pp. [An on-demand publication.]
Andrews, Rocky

2005 6.613 A book never written: "Tragedy at the Grand Canyon" by Eileen Dover. In: Think and Grin [section]. Boys' Life, (December):58.
Andrews, Roy Chapman

1918 2.18945 The frontier of the forbidden land. Harper's Monthly Magazine, 136(May):894-905. ("This is the second of Mr. Andrews's articles describing his hunting adventures on the borders of Tibet.") [See p. 898, regarding the view on the rim of the Yangtse gorge: "Some one has said that when a tourist sees the Grand Cañon for the first time he gasps, "Indescribable!' and then immediately begins to describe it." (entire note)]

1937 19.166 Lost world. Reader's Digest, 31(August):24. ["Excerpt from This Week Magazine". Shiva Temple.] >Mon. 8: 4-10<
Andrews, Roy Chapman, and Andrews, Yvette Borup

1918 2.18315 Camps and trails in China; a narrative of exploration, adventure, and sport in little-known China. New York and London: D. Appleton and Co., 334 pp. [See p. 164: "Someone has said that when a tourist sees the Grand Cañon for the first time he gasps 'Indescribable' and then immediately begins to describe it." (entire note)]
Andrews, Sarah

2012 7.581 Rock bottom. New York: Minotaur Books, 291 pp.

2013 21.6205 Transferrable skills: From geology to writing fiction about science (not to be confused with science fiction). Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):876. [Includes Edwin D. McKee and Grand Canyon.]

2013 21.6183 Edwin Dinwiddie McKee: A life in stratigraphy writ grand. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):248.
Andrews, William

1900 21.4389 The diurnal theory of the earth; or, nature's system of constructing a stratified physical world. London: Sampson, Low, Marston and Co., Ltd., 551 pp. (see pp. 444-446).
Androwski, James; Springer, Abe; Acker, Tom; Theron, Jan; and Brummels, Grant

2007 18.1677 Regional assessment of wind-powered desalination opportunities in the southwestern U.S. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northern Arizona University, for National Renewable Energy Laboratory, National Wind Technology Center, 20 pp. [Navajo Nation, and including Marble Canyon and southeastern portion of Grand Canyon.]
Andrushko, Galyna

2013 28.1078 Havasu river [sic]. In: Lamúa, Antonio (ed.), Secrets of infinity; 150 answers to an enigma. Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books, p. 317 [photo title and credit in "Photographic Credits", p. 318]. [Havasu Falls. Illustrated, without legend, in the book unit on "Symbology", the section, "The Fountain of Eternal Youth", as an inspirational and metaphorical illustration.]

2013 28.914 "Galyna Andrushko/Age Fotostock captured this image at Bright Angel Point, Grand Canyon National Park." Grand Canyon Journal, 2013:cover, 1.
Angadjivand, Sahar; Bailey, Elyse; Bendewald, Jennifer; Mickelson, Nicole; Minge, Ahna; Pickering, Robert; and Twite, Andrew

2012 17.1636 Risky business? The complex case of surety bonding in American Indian country. University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Professional paper for the fulfillment of the Master of Public Policy and Master of Public Affairs. [See pp. 42-43, "Case Study: Grand Canyon Skywalk".]
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