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Averitt, P.; Detterman, J. S.; Harshbarger, J. W.; Repenning, C. A.; and Wilson, R. F.

1955 21.121 Revisions in correlation and nomenclature of Triassic and Jurassic formations in southwestern Utah and northern Arizona. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 39:2515-2535. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Avery, B.

1954 19.191 Wild turkey finds new home in Arizona's Kaibab Plateau. Arizona Days and Ways, (September 5):5. >Mon. 8: 4-10<
Avery, Ben

1979 2.1199 Bruce Babbitt: Walking tall in the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 55(5):2-5. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Avery, C. C.; Beus, Stanley S.; and Carothers, Steven W.

1987 22.28 A seasonal analysis of Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon, Arizona, 1914-1984 [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 22 (1987 Proceedings Supplement):52-53. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1987 22.29 Seasonal analysis of Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon from 1914-1985. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, 17:55-66.
Avery, Valeen Tippetts

1981 2.1200 Free running; Charlie Spencer and his most remarkable water project; being an account of speculative investment in the Golden West of the 1900s (illustrated by Sharon Tippetts Rammell). Flagstaff, Arizona: Flagstaff Corral of Westerners International, 29 pp. ["Number two in a series"; 400 copies.] FQ9:23 FQ12A:15 FQ15:18 FQ17:27
Avey, Gary

1980 2.1201 (ed.) Arizona; land of color. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 96 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1980 2.1202 The Colorado--America's Nile. Arizona Highways, 56(10):1.

1981 2.1203 Capturing the Canyon. Arizona Highways, 57(4):1. [Editorial.] >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1983 2.1204 The desert shores of Mead and Mohave. Arizona Highways, 59(5):1. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Avey, George M.

1942 25.337 Arizona welcomes you. Desert Magazine, 5(5)(March):[8-page insert]. [Cartoon map of Arizona, with verso text, "Arizona Welcomes You. A friendly guide for the traveler in the land of sunshine and scenic grandeur".]

1958 25.16 Map of the Colorado River. Arizona Highways, 34(6):2-3. (Base relief map copyr. 1953 by Jeppeson and Co.) >Mon. 8: 8-7<

1985 25.17 Arizona highways. In: A sampler of sixty years of Arizona Highways [feature]. Arizona Highways, 61(4):5. [Stylized map of the State; from 1938(?) issue.]
Avila Hernandez, Juan A.

2004 17.751 Blood, lies, and Indian rights; TCUs becoming gatekeepers for research. Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 16(2)(Winter):. [Tribal colleges and universities. Includes Havasupai blood-use case.]
Avila, Anel; Pawlowski, Steve; and Marsh, Diana

2009 18.1376 2006/2008 status of surface water quality in Arizona; Arizona's integrated 305(b) assessment and 303(d) listing report. [Phoenix]: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, [separately paginated chapters and appendices].
Avila, G.; Téllez, M.; and Flessa, K. W.

2000 11.3691 Variación espacial en la composición de la biocenosis y tanatocenosis de moluscos en el sur-oeste del Delta del Colorado, Golfo de California [abstract]. XII Congreso Nacional de Oceanografía, Huatulco, Oax., Libro de Resumenes, pp. 137-138.
Avila-Serrano, G. E.; Flessa, K. W.; Téllez-Duarte, M. A.; and Cintra-Buenrostro, C. E.

2006 11.1432 Distribución de la macrofauna intermareal del delta Río Colorado, norte del Golfo de California, México. Distribution of the intertidal macrofauna of the Colorado River delta. Cincias Marinas, 32(4):649-661. [In parallel Spanish and English texts.]
Avila-Serrano, G. E.; Téllez-Duarte, M. A.; Fermán-Almada, J. L.; and Flessa, K. W.

2006 11.2337 Spatial distribution in the coposition of biocoenosis and tanathocoenosis of molluscs in Colorado delta [abstract]. In: VI Simpósio Nacional de Geomorfologia/Regional Conference on Geomorphology; Geomorfologia Tropical e Subtropical: Processos, Métodos e Técnicas/Tropical and Subtropical Geomorphology: Processes, Methods and Techniques, Golânia, 6 a 10 de setembro de 2006/ Brazil, Golânia-GO, September 6-10, 2006.
Avila-Serrano, Guillermo E.; Flessa, Karl W.; and Téllez-Duarte, Miguel A.

2002 11.3678 Macrobenthic biocoenosis and thanatocoenosis in the south of Colorado delta. International Meeting on Geology of the Baja California Peninsula, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, April 4-6-2002.
Avila-Serrano, Guillermo E.; Téllez-Duarte, Miguel A.; and Flessa, Karl W.

2009 11.3417 Ecological changes on the Colorado River delta; the shelly fauna evidence. In: Johnson, Marces E., and Ledesma-Vázquez, Jorge (eds.), Atlas of coastal ecosystems in the western Gulf of California; tracking limestone deposits on the margin of a young sea. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 95-103.
Avillo, Philip J., Jr.

1970 2.1205 Fort Mohave, outpost on the upper Colorado. Journal of Arizona History, 11(2)(Summer):77-100.
Avirett, Lizzie (Mrs.)

1917 2.16200 A memory review of prophetic interpretation by P. S. G. Watson; The Antichrist; etc. El Paso, Texas: El Paso Printing Co., 165 pp. [Table of contents lists "A Memory review of 'Prophetic Interpretion' by P. S. G. Watson" (sic), and other essays, including, "The Antichrist". See in "Transfiguration" (pp. 24-29), presentation to the El Paso Woman's (sic) Club, November 8, 1910: "It is said that visitors to the tomb of Napoleon are permitted to speak only in whispers; while travelers tell us that when for the first time in the presence of the towering Matterhorn, our own Grand Canon, and other scenes of like nature, they are so overcome with admiration and awe that they are simply appalled and speechless . . . " (p. 25). (entire note)]
AvWebFlash

2006 16.969 Sunken B-29 "open" to public. Plane Talk (Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 1136), 11.3 (March):5. [Lake Mead bomber. Reprinted from web source.]
Awang-Damit, Hamidah

2008 17.679 Havasu Canyon flood update. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 7 (Fall):13.
Axelrod, Alan

1990 2.1206 Art of the golden West. New York: Abbeyville Press, 418 pp. (see pp. 15, 48, 216, 224, 225). (Copyright Cross River Press.)
Axelrod, Daniel I.

1986 21.122 Cenozoic history of some western American pines. Missouri Botanical Garden, Annals, 73(3):565-641.
Axelsson, C.; Casserstedt, L.; Ekman, E.; Gorne, N.; Gustavsson, M.; Hansson, S.; Inerfeldt, A.; Lidhage, H.; Sjöqvist, A. S. L.; Strand, C.; and Zettervall, E.

2012 21.6251 The US Cordillera Excursion 2011 (Sjöqvist, Axel S. L., ed.). Göteborg, Sweden: Göteborgs Universitet, Institutionen för geovetenskaper, Avdelningen för Geologi, Geovetarcentrum, 54 pp. (Göteborgs Universitet, Avdelningen för Geologi, C91, Rapport. Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten.) [Mostly in English.]

2012 21.6253 Travel journal; in Swedish. In: Axelsson, C., Casserstedt, L., Ekman, E., Gorne, N., Gustavsson, M., Hansson, S., Inerfeldt, A., Lidhage, H., Sjöqvist, A. S. L., Strand, C., and Zettervall, E., The US Cordillera Excursion 2011 (Sjöqvist, Axel S. L., ed.). Göteborg, Sweden: Göteborgs Universitet, Institutionen för geovetenskaper, Avdelningen för Geologi, Geovetarcentrum, pp. 3-12. [N.B.: There is no version in English.]
Axen, G. J.; Steeley, A.; Janecke, S.; Kairouz, M.; Black, N.; Shirvell, C., and Housen, B.

2006 11.2274 Low-angle normal faults in the northern Gulf of California extensional province: summary and implications for fault mechanics and strain partitioning. In: Lithospheric Rupture in the Gulf of California-Salton Trough Region; MARGINS-RCL Workshop, Ensenada, Mexico, 9-13 January, 2006, Abstracts, pp. 8-9. [Rupturing Continental Lithosphere.]
Axen, Gary J.; Luther, Amy; Selverstone, Jane; and Mozley, Peter S.

2013 11.5260 Layered fault rocks along the west Salton detachment fault (WSDF), southern California: A record of dozens of paleoseismic cycles. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):521.
Axen, Gary J.; Wernicke, Brian P.; Skelly, Michael F.; and Taylor, Wanda J.

1990 11.4984 Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonics of the Sevier thrust belt in the Virgin River Valley area, southern Nevada. In: Wernicke, Brian P. (ed.), Basin and Range extensional tectonics near the latitude of Las Vegas, Nevada. Geological Society of America, Memoir 176, pp. 123-154.

1991 21.123 Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonics of the Sevier thrust belt in the Virgin River Valley area, southern Nevada. In: Wernicke, Brian P., Basin and Range extensional tectonics near the latitude of Las Vegas, Nevada. Geological Society of America, Memoir 176, pp. 123-153. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Axler, James

____ 27.129 Trader redux. Read by Doug McCallister. 2 cassette tapes, ca. 3 hours. [Outlander series.]

1994 7.138 Trader redux. Toronto, New York, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Sydney, Hamburg, Stockholm, Athens, Tokyo, Milan, Madrid, Warsaw, Budapest, and Aukland: Worldwide Library, 349 pp. ("Deathlands" series. A Golden Eagle Book.)
Aycrigg, Jocelyn L.; Davidson, Anne; Svancara, Leona K.; Gergely, Kevin J.; McKerrow, Alexa; and Scott, J. Michael

2013 13.3101 Representation of ecological systems within the protected areas network of the continental United States. PLOS One, 8(1)(January):e54689, 15 pp. + Supporting Information (Table S1, available on PLOS One website as a Microsoft Excel file). [Cites Kaibab National Forest as an example, but data in this paper are analyzed only in summary form.]
Aydelott, Priscilla

2002 30.364 Bonelight sheds light on issues; political, environmental and deeply personal. Flagstaff Live!, (March 21-27):32. [Review of "Bonelight: Ruin and Grace in the New Southwest", by Mary Sojourner.]
Ayer, Eleanor

1992 6.21 Our national monuments. Brookfield, Connecticut: Millbrook Press, 48 pp. (see pp. 40, 41, 42).
Ayer, Eleanor H.

1990 17.33 Indians of Arizona; a guide to Arizona's heritage. Frederick, Colorado: Renaissance House, 48 pp. >Mon. 8: 6-13<
Ayer, I. Winslow

1880 2.16081 Life in the wilds of America, and wonders of the West in and beyond the bounds of civilization. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Central Publishing Co., 528 pp. [See within discussion of the State of Colorado; canyons of the Colorado River, including Grand Canyon, pp. 228-230, largely a quotation from John Wesley Powell.]
Ayers, Andrew D.

1999 19.192 Gammarus lacustris Sars (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the tailwater of a regulated river. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 31(2):83-96. [Date "1998 [Distributed March 1999]" (square brackets thus).]
Ayers, Anthony

2000 15.232 Cluster analysis of weather related general aviation accidents in Arizona. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 87 pp.
Ayers, Lon

1994 2.1207 Peasants on the throne; a difficult hike reveals the true meaning of wilderness. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 10(1):5-6.
Ayers, Ryan

2007 2.12480 Former Mako says farewell at Homestead; Maj. Gen. Larry Twitchell retires after 42 years of service. Flight Lines (482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida), 26(1)(January):8.
Ayers, Thomas

1884 21.5185 The Grand Cañon. In: Editorial Gossip [section]. Knowledge, 5(May 23)(134):376. [Inquiry relating to the time taken to excavate Grand Canyon.]
Ayers, Tina J.; Christi, Kyle; and Kearsley, Michael

2010 19.3296 Grand Canyon National Park; National Vegetation Mapping Program; 2007-2008 field crew support, data management, and review meeting for GRCAQ vegetation mapping; final report. Flagstaff, Arizona: Colorado Plateau Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, 173 pp.
Ayers, Tina J.; Scott, Randall W.; Stevens, Lawrence E.; Warren, Kathy; Phillips, Arthur, III; and Yard, Michael D.

1995 19.193 Additions to the flora of Grand Canyon National Park--I. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 28(1/2):70-75.
Ayers, Tony

1993 18.126 Fundamentals of Information System Management. Scientific Information Management (Glen Canyon Environmental Studies), 1(2):1, 4.

1993 16.42 Protection of information on cultural sites. Scientific Information Management, 1(2):4.
Aylesworth, Thomas G.; Aylesworth, Virginia L.; Sieve, Jerry; and Rose, Mike

1986 2.1208 America's Southwest. New York: Gallery Books, 125 pp. (see pp. 15-19, 31). >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Ayné, P.

1907 12.3161 Le changement de lit du Colorado (Californie). Le Génie Civil (Paris), 51(5)(June 1):73-76.
Ayre, Gillian

no date 2.12304 America beckons. One In Eight (High Peak Community Arts' Exchanges Project, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire, United Kingdom), [first ed.]:6-7. [2005.]
Ayres, Abbie |New York Times|

1955 3.718 (September 18) Over the Grand Canyon. Arizona airline covers the great gorge. By Abbie Ayres. (p. X 29) [Grand Canyon Airline.]
Ayres, B. Drummond |New York Times|

1970 3.887 (December 5) The Japanese tourist is focusing on America. By B. Drummond Ayres. (p. 34)
Ayres, B. Drummond, Jr. |New York Times|

1998 3.1061 (June 4) Goldwater is honored as a man of principle. A day of pageantry for a crusty Republican. By B. Drummond Ayres, Jr. (p. B12) [Barry Goldwater memorial.]
Ayres, Neal, and Geiger, Norm

1992 18.127 Radioactivity in tributary samples. In: Colorado River Investigations XI; July-August, 1992 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, James N. David, Frank B. Lojko, and Lawrence E. Stevens). Report submitted to Robert S. Chandler, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 172-175.
Ayres, Neal; Craft, Laura; Dole, John; Ellis, Tamsey; McCutcheon, Jenny; and Spurgiesz, Tanya

1992 18.128 Human impact study on the beaches of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. In: Colorado River Investigations XI; July-August, 1992 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, James N. David, Frank B. Lojko, and Lawrence E. Stevens). Report submitted to Robert S. Chandler, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 38-65.
Ayscough, John (Bickerstaffe-Drew, Francis)

1921 2.13785 First impressions in America. London: John Long, Ltd., 318 pp. (see pp. 117-132).
Azar, John S.

1994 2.1209 A November visit to the paracamp. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 5(4):5.

1995 2.1210 Muav Saddle Cabin. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter), 6(1):3, 8.

1995 2.1211 A report on Teddy's cabin. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 6(10):9.

1996 2.1212 [Letter to the editor.] O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(1):5.

1996 2.1213 Pasture Wash. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(2):1-3. [Also see "A correction", The Ol' Pioneer [name change], 7(5):9.]

1997 2.1214 Jump Up Cabin. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 8(1):3-4. [Editorial note also mentions Muav Saddle Cabin, p. 4.]

1997 2.1215 [Letter regarding upcoming "Cabin-to-Cabin" hike.] The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 8(6):4.

1997 2.1216 Azar hike. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 8(8)(Fall):6-13. [From Jump Up Cabin to Teddy's Cabin, in four consecutive parts.]

1998 2.1217 Dock. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(1)(Winter 1997-1998):6-7 [also see photograph, p. 8]. [Dock Marston.]

1998 2.1218 [Letter to the editor.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(4):4. [Thanks for help with George Steck "Cremation party".]

1998 2.1219 Fyi--trip to Jump Up Cabin. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(6):4.

1998 2.1220 Uncle Jimmy. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(3)(September-December):8-10. [Uncle Jim Owens.]

1999 2.1221 A note from John Azar. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(2):4. [Eddie Hatch Cabin restoration.]

1999 2.1222 Nemo. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 10(3)(July-September):5-8. [Everett Ruess.]

2000 2.7398 Eddie's Cabin. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 11(2)(April-June):3-4. [Eddie Hatch.]

2000 2.7399 Captain Hance. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 11(2)(April-June):12.

2000 2.7621 Captain Hance. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 11(2)(July/September):6.

2001 2.7902 Robert. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(1)(January/March):10-12. [Robert Benson Eschka.]

2001 2.8057 Captain Hance. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(2)(April/June):8. [John Hance.]

2001 2.8519 G.C. backpacking menus. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(3)(Fall):[3]. [N.B. Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 3".]

2001 2.8283 Paracamp. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(3)(July-September):4-6.

2001 2.8284 John Azar's John Hance tale. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(3)(July-September):11.

2002 2.9221 Proposed 2003 programs/outings. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 6(12):1.

2003 2.9456 John Harvey. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 14(3)(July/September):3-5. [Harvey Butchart.]

2004 2.9885 Grand Canyon climber . . . the story of Robert Eschka Benson. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 8(4):1. [Ellipsis is part of title.]

2004 2.9826 Minutes of the October 19, 2003 semiannual meeting. Footprints, no. 8 (January/February):2-3.

2005 2.10201 The old geezer hike. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 16(1)(January/March):6-7.

2005 2.10679 Buckskin Mountain. 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. 53-56.

2006 2.10926 Witch Pool. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society Quarterly Magazine), 17(3)(July-September):3-4. [Witch's Water Pocket.]

2006 2.10906 Jacob Lake campout (photo by Diane Cassidy). The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(8):1. [Report.]

2007 2.11171 Saving the Army fliers. The story of the 1944 parachutists [abstract]. In: 2007 History Symposium. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(1)(January/March):13.

2009 2.12517 Pasture Wash Ranger Station--July, 2009. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(5)(September):2. [Trip report.]

2011 2.15064 Historic boats launch from Lees Ferry. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 15(1)(January):1.

2013 2.18691 William Anthony Ott. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical society), 17(3)(May/June):2.

2013 2.19701 The blue-eyed Indian. In: Quartaroli, Richard D. (compiler, ed.), A rendezvous of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the Third Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2012. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Historical Society, pp. 95-100. [John Dennis Nelson, "Walapai Johnny".]
Azar, Solomon Sami [Azar, Sam]

no date 2.17555 Electromagnetic fusion. [No imprint], 157 pp. [Same as Messenger of God.]

no date 2.14265 Messenger of God. Lexington, Kentucky: [no imprint], 156 pp. [Author names from pp. 3, 156. Apparently a publication on demand; copy acquired 2010.] [See "Warriors Frozen in Time", pp. 53-56.]
Azuma, Ryozo [Romanized]

1948 2.8058 Amerika kokuritsu koen ko [Romanized] [Glimpses of American national parks]. __________. [In Japanese. All data from Library of Congress.]
Azzam, F. G.

1999 9.592 Civilized hiking. Edina, Minnesota: Beaver's Pond Press, 158 pp. (See pp. 94, 103-105.) [Cover adds subtitle: You don't HAVE to camp! Hike in comfort for fun and fitness!]
B.

1897 21.124 Silver milling in Arizona. Engineering and Mining Journal, 64(September 11):303-304. [White Hills Mining and Milling Co., Mohave Co.] Goodman 1815

1898 2.14407 Hören auf weite Entsernungen. Bibliothek der Unterhaltung und des Wissens, 5:238-239. [Includes passing note of sounds heard over great distances in Grand Canyon.]

1902 11.5035 Das Salzlager zu Salton in Californien. In: Notizen [section]. Oesterreichische Zeitschrift für Berg- und Hüttenwesen (Wien), 50(15)(April 12):205. [Item is signed only, "b." [sic].]
B., A. P.

1909 30.801 "Botanical Features of North American Deserts." By Daniel Trembly MacDougal. American Geographical Society, Bulletin, 41(6):396-398.
B., C. F.

1922 18.1455 Atmospheric turbulence over the Grand Canyon. American Meteorological Society, Bulletin, 8(7/8)(July/August):107. [Regarding flights of Lt. Alexander Pearson over and into Grand Canyon.]
B., E. D.

____ 19.194 African honey bees found on Grand? In: Hot Line [section]. Paddler, __________:14.
B., E. H.

1915 2.16236 Exposures in the Grand Canyon. In: Questions and Answers [section]. American Photography, 9(9)(September):545. [Question regarding "best exposures in and about the Grand Canyon of the Colorado". Answer from magazine directs reader to sources that pertaining to exposures as subject matter, and, regarding camera shutter exposures, to refer to the magazine’s Tables.] [See also comment by E. K. Emslie, (10):602-603 (Item no. 2.16237).]
B., G. B.

1938 30.832 "The Colorado Delta", by Godfrey Sykes. Geographical Journal, 91(1)(January):75-76.
B., H.

1911 18.1281 "Atmospheric Electricity in the High Andes, Bolivia." W. Knoche. (Phys. Zeitschr. 12. pp. 179-182, March 1, 1911.). Science Abstracts (Section A, Physics), 14:408-409. [See p. 409, reference to Koenigsberg’s observations in Grand Canyon.]
B., J. D.

1994 17.1021 An old sunflower shines again. Popular Science, (January):32. [Havasupai sunflower cultivation.]

1994 19.3287 An old sunflower shines again. Popular Science, (January):32. [Havasupai sunflower cultivation.]
B., J. W.

1933 2.16062 J. W. B. suggests. Line Squalls (Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc.), 2(3)(August):4.
B., M.

1876 2.15248 Das westliche Colorado. Magazin für die Literatur des Auslandes (Berlin), 45(26)(June 24):375-376. [Abstract of Powell, John Wesley (1874), Report of Explorations in 1873 of the Colorado of the West and its tributaries (see item no. 2.5126).]
B., R. H.

1893 2.13473 The Sierra Club. In: Altre Società Alpine [section]. Club Alpino Italiano, Rivista Mensile, 12(4)(April 30):128. [Notice of presentation by J. W. Powell, October 14, 1892.]
B., R. S.

1908 12.2621 Colorado River diversion into the Salton Sink. Institution of Civil Engineers, Minutes of Proceedings, 171:451-452. [Abstract of article by J. A. Ockerson in Journal of the Association of Engineering Societies, 38:261-271.]
B., T. W.

1917 2.13527 The importance of little things. Liahona (The Elders' Journal) (Independence, Missouri), 14(42)(April 17):664-665. [From Millennial Star.] [Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Baadke, Michael

2006 2.10947 Touring scenic America one stamp at a time; part one of a two-part report. Scott Stamp Monthly, 24(6)(June):36-38, 40, 42, 44. [For part 2, see citation for Baadke in July issue under a different title.]

2006 2.10948 Landscapes series offers collecting variety. Scott Stamp Monthly, 24(7)(July):34, 36-38. [Part two of series begun under a different title in the June issue.]
Baar Films

1965 26.20 Geological history of the Grand Canyon country. Pasadena, California: Barr Films. 16-mm film. 11:00. >Mon. 8: 12-13<
Baars, D. L.; Bartleson, B. L.; Chapin, C. E.; Curtis, B. F.; De Voto, R. H.; Everett, J. R.; Johnson, R. C.; Molenaar, C. M.; Peterson, F.; Schenk, C. J.; Love, J. D.; Merin, I. S.; Rose, P. R.; Ryder, R. T.; Waechter, N. B.; and Woodward, L. A.

1988 21.136 Basins of the Rocky Mountain region. In: Sloss, L. L. (ed.), Sedimentary cover--North American craton: U.S. Geological Society of America, Geology of North America, Volume D-2, pp. 109-220. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Baars, Donald L.

1961 21.125 Permian blanket sandstones of Colorado Plateau. In: Geometry of sandstone bodies; a symposium, April 25-28, 1960. Tulsa, Oklahoma: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, pp. 179-207. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1962 21.126 Permian System of Colorado Plateau. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 46:149-218. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1969 21.127 (ed.) Geology and natural history of the Grand Canyon region. Four Corners Geological Society, 5th Field Conference (Powell Centennial River Expedition), Guidebook, 212 pp. [Reprinted 1972.] >Mon. 8: 3-15< FQ3:51 [1972 reprint] FQ4:58 [1972 reprint] FQ6:73 FQ7:80 [reprint] FQ8:146 FQ9:199 [1972 reprint] FQ11:127 [1972 reprint] FQ11A:59 [1972 reprint] FQ12A:86 [1972 reprint] FQ14:44 [1972 reprint] FQ15:19 [1972 reprint] FQ17:156 [1972 reprint]

1969 21.128 Major John Wesley Powell, Colorado River pioneer. In: Baars, Donald L. (ed.), Geology and natural history of the Grand Canyon region. Four Corners Geological Society, 5th Field Conference, Guidebook, pp. 10-18. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1972 21.129 Red Rock country; the geologic history of the Colorado Plateau. Garden City, New York: Doubleday/Natural History Press, 264 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-15< FQ5A:A-3 FQ7:5 FQ8:14, 14a FQ9:24 FQ10:16 FQ11:24A [1st], 24B [2nd printing] FQ11A:14 FQ12:13 FQ12B:13 FQ13:22 FQ13A:12 FQ15:22 FQ16:9 FQ17:29

1972 21.130 Devonian System. In: Mallory, William Wyman (ed.-in-chief), Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. 90-99. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1972 21.131 Southwestern area. From: Rascoe, Bailey, Jr., and Baars, Donald L., Permian System. In: Mallory, William Wyman (ed.-in-chief), Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. 148, 155, 165. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1972 24.4 Devonian System. In: Mallory, William Wyman (ed.-in-chief), Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. 90-99. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-1<

1979 21.132 (ed.) Permianland; a field symposium. Four Corners Geological Society, 9th Field Conference, 186 pp. FQ11A:60 FQ15:21 FQ17:157

1980 2.1223 Grand Canyon by river. In: Euler, Robert C., and Tikalsky, Frank (eds.), The Grand Canyon up close and personal. [Dillon, Montana]: Western Montana College Foundation, pp. 59-78. >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1983 21.133 The Colorado Plateau; a geologic history. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 279 pp. FQ8:15 FQ9:26 FQ10:15 FQ11:23A [hardcover], 23B [softcover, 1994] FQ11A:13 [1994] FQ12B:14 [1994] FQ13:23 [softcover, 3rd printing, 1986] FQ13A:11 [3rd printing, 1986] FQ16:10 [6th printing, 1994] FQ17:30

1988 21.134 Triassic and older stratigraphy; southern Rocky Mountains and Colorado Plateau. In: Sloss, L. L. (ed.), Sedimentary cover--North American craton: U.S. Geological Society of America, Geology of North America, Volume D-2, pp. 53-64. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1990 21.135 [Discussion of "Controlling factors in the distribution and development of incised meanders in the central Colorado Plateau", by Deborah R. Harden (1990).] Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 102:1603-1605; Reply by Harden, 1605. >Mon. 8: 3-106<

1997 7.9 Death on the Colorado Express; the Glen and Bessie Hyde mystery. Grand Junction, Colorado: Cañon Publishers Ltd., 188 pp. [Half-title gives subtitle as, "The Glen and Bessie Hyde Story".] FQ11B:14 FQ12:509 FQ13:21 FQ16:8 FQ17:28

2002 23.74 A traveler's guide to the geology of the Colorado Plateau. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 294 pp.
Baars, Donald L.; Buchanan, Rex C.; rephotography by Charlton, John R.

1994 21.137 The Canyon revisited; a rephotography of the Grand Canyon, 1923/1991. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 168 pp. FQ9:27 FQ9A:2 FQ10:17 FQ11:25 FQ12:12 FQ12B:15 FQ13:20 FQ15:23 FQ17:31

1994 22.30 The Canyon revisited; a rephotography of the Grand Canyon, 1923/1991. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 168 pp. FQ9:27 FQ9A:2 FQ10:17 FQ11:25 FQ12:12 FQ12B:15
Baas, J. M.; Haas, G. E.; Ross, D. M.; and Loomis, R. J.

1985 14.24 A pilot study of visitor knowledge and support for prescribed burning at Grand Canyon National Park. In: U.S. Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report INT-182, pp. 310-314.
Babbitt, Bruce

1990 13.2545 Introduction: Down the imperiled Colorado. Land and Water Law Review, 25(1):1-9.

1991 18.925 Foreword. In: Carothers, Steven W., and Brown, Bryan T., The Colorado River through Grand Canyon; natural history and human change. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. xiii-xv.

1997 13.419 Bruce Babbitt: West meets east. In: Around the Horn [feature], Escape Routes [section]. Escape, 4(1)(April):30-34, 36. [Secretary of the Interior interviewed by Joe Robinson.]

1997 18.130 [Excerpts from comments made at signing of Record of Decision on Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Statement, October 9, 1996.] In: River views [feature]. American Rivers, 24(4)(Winter):8.

1997 13.2677 Department of the Interior; Office of the Secretary; Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Work Group; Notice of establishment. Federal Register, 62(28)(February 11):6264.

1998 13.2690 Report to Congress: Operations of Glen Canyon Dam pursuant to the Grand Canyon Protection Act of 1992 (water year 1997-1998). Federal Register, 63(195)(October 8):54155-54156. [Notice.]

1998 18.131 Protecting our common heritage--keynote. 63rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Transactions, March 20-24, 1998, Orlando, Florida, pp. 11-18. Washington, D.C.: Wildlife Management Institute. (Conference theme: Changing Resource Values in Challenging Times. Kelly G. Wadsworth, ed.)

1998 18.132 Where the rivers flow . . . again; Bruce Babbitt reflects upon an era of dam building and a future with river restoration. Headwaters, 22(3)(Summer):6-9. [Abridged from remarks made to Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, Maryland. Ellipsis is part of title.]

1999 18.133 Making peace with wildland fire. The World and I, 14(5):185-191 (see p. 187).

1999 18.134 Foreword. 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. vii-viii.

1999 12.2585 Notice of reservation of Colorado River water for use on Federally owned facilities and lands in the State of Nevada. Federal Register, 64(34)(February 22):8625-8626.

1999 13.2766 The quiet revolution to save our aquatic ecosystems. In: Troubled waters; managing our vital resources [issue theme]. Global Issues, 4(1)(March):6-9. [Grand Canyon and Colorado River, p. 8.]

1999 18.1542 Making peace with wildland fire. Wildfire Magazine, 8(1)(January):12-17.

1999 18.1543 Making peace with wildland fire. Land and Water, 43(1)(January/February):14-19.

1999 18.1544 Pour faire la paix avec les incendies de forêts. (Translated, notes by Robert B. Chevrou.) Forêt Méditerranéenne (Association Forêt Meéditerraneéenne, Aix-en-Provence, France), 20(3)(November):120-125. [French translation of "Making Peace with Wildland Fire"; credited to Wildfire Magazine.]

2000 13.2509 From Grand Staircase to Grand Canyon Parashant: Is there a monumental future for the BLM? University of Denver Water Law Review, (Spring):223-230.

2001 12.3880 Colorado River interim surplus guidelines. Federal Register, 66(17)(January 25):7772-7782. ["Notice of availability of Record of Decision for the adoption of Colorado River interim surplus guidelines."]

2001 12.3575 Record of Decision; Colorado River Interim Surplus Guidelines Final Environmental Impact Statement. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, 29 pp.

2001 13.2699 Department of the Interior; Office of the Secretary; Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Work Group; Notice of renewal. Federal Register, 66(15)(January 23):7499.
Babbitt, Bruce E.

1973 2.1224 Color and light: The Southwest canvases of Louis Akin. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 76 pp. [First softcover printing, 1988.] [Also a specially bound ed. of 50, signed.] >Mon. 8: 1-10< FQ7:6, 6a [softcover] FQ8:18 [softcover] FQ9:31, 32 [softcover] FQ9A:3 [softcover] FQ10:19A [hardcover], 19B [softcover] FQ10A:3 [hardcover] FQ11A:15 [softcover] FQ12:15A [hardcover], 15B [softcover] FQ12A:16A [hardcover], 16B [softcover] FQ12B:16 [softcover] FQ13:24A [hardcover], 24B [softcover] FQ13A:14 [softcover] FQ15:24A [hardcover], 24B [softcover]

1978 2.1225 (compiler) Grand Canyon: An anthology. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 258 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-10< FQ2:3 FQ4:5 [2nd printing, 1981] FQ5:6 ["1981, 1st ed."] FQ6:4 ["1961"] FQ8:17 FQ9:30 FQ10:20A, 20B [both 1st], 20C [2nd ed.], 20D [1st, softcover] FQ10A:4A [1st, hardbound], 4B [softbound, 2nd printing, 1981] FQ11:26A, 26B [both 1st], 26C [2nd printing, 1981] FQ11A:16 [2nd printing, 1981] FQ12:16A [1st], 16B [2nd printing, 1981] FQ12A:17A [1st], 17B [2nd printing, 1981] FQ12B:17A [1st], 17B [2nd printing, 1981] FQ13:25A, 25B [both 1st], 25C [1981] FQ13A:15 FQ14:7 FQ15:25A, 25B FQ16:11 [2nd printing, 1981] FQ17:33A [1st], 33B [1981, 2nd printing]

1978 2.16586 (compiler) Grand Canyon: An anthology. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 258 pp. [Limited ed., leather spine, slipcased. 20 copies, publisher's letter laid in.]

1980 2.16522 Foreword. In: Powell, Lawrence Clark, Where water flows: the rivers of Arizona (photographs by Michael Collier). Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press.

1980 2.1226 Foreword. In: Euler, Robert C., and Tikalsky, Frank (eds.), The Grand Canyon up close and personal. [Dillon, Montana]: Western Montana College Foundation, pp. iv-v. >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1986 2.1227 Foreword: The future of the Colorado River. In: Weatherford, Gary D., and Brown, F. Lee (eds.), New courses for the Colorado River; major issues for the next century. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, pp. xi-xvi.

1988 2.16529 Color and light: The Southwest canvases of Louis Akin. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 1st softbound printing, 76 pp.

1991 2.1228 Age-old challenge: water and the West. National Geographic, 179(6)(June):2-3.

1992 2.19578 Foreword. In: Westwood, Richard E., Rough-water man; Elwyn Blake's Colorado River expeditions. Reno, Nevada: University of Nevada Press.

1993 2.1229 The essential Babbitt. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter):2-3. [Excerpts from Babbitt's writings.]

1993 2.1230 Mr. Babbitt goes to Washington. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(2)(Summer):28. [Quote from welcoming remarks as Secretary of the Interior made to Department of the Interior, including quotation from J. B. Priestley.]

1999 2.1231 Our values are etched in the landscape. People, Land and Water (U.S. Department of the Interior), 6(2)(March/April):20-22.

1999 2.7400 Introduction. In: August, Jack L., Jr., Vision in the desert; Carl Hayden and hydropolitics in the American Southwest. Fort Worth, Texas: Texas Christian University Press, pp. 1-7.

2009 2.15258 Foreword. In: Springer, Judith D., Daniels, Mark L., and Nazaire, Mare, Field guide to forest and mountain plants of northern Arizona; from the Mogollon Rim and White Mountains north. Flagstaff, Arizona: Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University, p. 4.

2010 2.13758 Grand Canyon Trust; the beginning. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer):2-3.
Babbitt, Bruce, and Glickman, Dan

1998 13.3228 Protecting our national treasures; a new era in America's conservation legacy; a report to the President and the Vice President. [No imprint], 31 pp. ("In Cooperation with: Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Commerce, Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Transportation".) [See: "Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument", p. 3 (with photograph of Bill Clinton signing proclamation at Grand Canyon); "Restoring the Grand Canyon", p. 15 (regarding Colorado River corridor habitats); "Restoring America's Wildlife", p. 26 (noting California Condors in Arizona).]
Babbitt, Bruce, and Marston, Ed

2001 13.1655 Interior view; Bruce Babbitt took the real West to Washington; a High Country News interview. High Country News, 33(3)(February 12):8-11. [Babbitt interviewed by Marston; excerpt from radio broadcast version. Published item also introduced by "Mr. Babbitt's wild ride" by Paul Larmer, p. 1.]
Babbitt, Charles J.

1995 19.195 Birding the Kaibab Plateau. Winging It (Colorado Springs, Colorado), 7(6):1, 4-5.
Babbitt, James E.

1987 2.1232 (ed.) Across the Painted Desert; Nicholas Roosevelt in northern Arizona, 1913. Journal of Arizona History, 28(3):261-282. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1990 2.1233 (compiler) Rainbow trails; early-day adventures in Rainbow Bridge country. Page, Arizona: Glen Canyon Natural History Association, 136 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-55< FQ15:26
Babbitt, James E. [Jim]

1998 30.46 [Brief review of "Living at the Edge: Explorers, Exploiters, and Settlers of the Grand Canyon Region", by Michael F. Anderson.] Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer):18.

1999 30.47 [Review of "Living at the Edge: Explorers, Exploiters, and Settlers of the Grand Canyon Region", by Michael F. Anderson.] Journal of Arizona History, 40(2)(Summer):223-224.
Babbitt, James E., and Aitchison, Stewart

2001 16.436 Yesteryear's thoroughfare; tracing the ancient Moqui Trail. Arizona Highways, 77(2):10-15.
Babbitt, James E., and DeGraff, John G., III

2009 2.18773 Flagstaff. Charleston (South Carolina), Chicago, Portsmouth (New Hampshire), and San Francisco: Arcadia Publishing, 128 pp. (Images of America.) [Includes Grand Canyon.]
Babbitt, James E., and Thybony, Scott

1991 9.1071 A guide to the South and North Bass Trails. Grand Canyon: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, [48] pp. [including wraps]. (Grand Canyon Trail Guide series.) [Cover title: South and North Bass; Grand Canyon Trail Guide.]
Babbitt, Jim

2006 2.10550 Third generation rancher see opportunity for Trust. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter) [February]:10. [Grand Canyon Trust. Kane Ranch, Two Mile Ranch.]

2010 2.12584 The story of Beaman's Point in Grand Canyon. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter/Spring):7.
Babcock and Wilcox Co.

1933 12.487 Hoover Dam. New York: Babcock and Wilcox Co. (Bulletin S4-A.)

1934 12.488 Boulder Dam. New York: Babcock and Wilcox Co., 16 pp. (Bulletin S4-A.)

1992 12.3227 Blueprints for success; 125 years; Babcock and Wilcox. [No place]: Babcock and Wilcox, 29 pp. [Hoover Dam, see pp. 7, 9.]
Babcock, Barbara A.

1996 17.34 First families: gender, reproduction and the mythic Southwest. In: Weigle, Marta, and Babcock, Barbara A. (eds.), The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Phoenix: The Heard Museum, pp. 207-217.
Babcock, R. S.; Brown, E. H.; and Clark, M. D.

1974 21.142 Geology of the older Precambrian rocks of the Upper Granite Gorge of the Grand Canyon. In: Breed, W. J., and Roat, E. C. (eds.), Geology of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Museum of Northern Arizona, and Grand Canyon Natural History Association, pp. 2-19. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Babcock, R. S.; Brown, E. H.; Clark, M. D.; and Livingston, D. E.

1975 21.143 Older Precambrian intrusive rocks of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 7:983. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1975 21.144 Older Precambrian intrusive rocks of the Grand Canyon, Arizona [abstract]. University of Arizona, Department of Geosciences, Research report 1975-1976, Section 2, Part 1, pp. 24-25.] >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1979 21.145 Geology of the older Precambrian rocks of the Grand Canyon. Part II. The Zoroaster Plutonic Complex and related rocks. Precambrian Research, 8:243-275. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Babcock, R. Scott

1979 21.138 Evolution of middle Proterozoic magmatic rocks in the southwestern United States. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 11:67. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1980 21.139 Middle to late Proterozoic evolution of continental crust in the Grand Canyon region, U.S.A. [abstract]. 26th International Geological Congress, Paris, Résumes, 2:565. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1988 21.140 Proterozoic plutonic superunits in the Grand Canyon. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 20(6):404. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1990 21.141 Precambrian crystalline core. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press and Museum of Northern Arizona Press, pp. 11-28. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Babcock, Sumner (Mr. and Mrs.)

1899 2.13933 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 81.
Babcock, Thomas M.

2005 12.3418 Drought: It's not water conservation as usual anymore; lessons learned preparing for drought response 2004-2005. Arizona Hydrological Society, 2005 Annual Symposium, September 21-24, 2005, 2 pp.
Babenroth, D. L., and Strahler, A. N.

1945 21.146 Geomorphology and structure of the East Kaibab monocline, Arizona and Utah. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 56:107-150. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Babits, Sadie

2005 21.4103 Ivo Lucchitta; of music and rocks; the art and science of one worldly geologist. In: Talking with Flagstaff's geologists [feature]. Mountain Living Magazine, (September):cover, 6, 16-19.

2006 2.10621 Grand Canyon lady of intrigue; the mystery and the two sides of Bessie Hyde (illustration by Jeff Thomas, photos by Jill Torrance). Mountain Living Magazine, (March):22-25.

2006 2.10793 The call of the whitewater; a newcomer becomes immersed in the river world. Mountain Living Magazine, (July):cover, 6, 10-17, 60-61, 63.
Baca, Thomas P.

1992 11.3956 Lower Colorado River national wildlife refuges Comprehensive Management Plan, 1992-2012 (draft) Environmental Assessment; Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Bill Williams, National Wildlife Refuge,Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, Imperial National Wildlife Refuge. Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 2, 64 pp.

1994 11.5945 (principal author) Lower Colorado River National Wildlife Refuges Comprehensive Management Plan, 1994-2014; Final; Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge, Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, Imperial National Wildlife Refuge. Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 2, and Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, 235 pp.
Bachhuber, Frederick W.; Rowland, Stephen; and Huntoon, Peter

1987 23.1 Geology of the lower Grand Canyon and upper Lake Mead by boat--an overview. In: Davis, George H., and VandenDolder, Evelyn M. (eds.), Geologic diversity of Arizona and its margins: Excursions to choice areas. Field-trip guidebook, Geological Society of America 100th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, October 26-29, 1987. Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, Geological Survey Branch, Special Paper 5, pp. 39-51. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<
Bachrach, John

no date 13.420 John Bachrach, private boater. In: Perspectives on the Colorado River Management Plan. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 4. [Comments without other title. Mailed December, 1997.]

1998 13.421 "Mr. Bachrach goes to Washington". Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 2(2)(May):10-11.

1998 13.422 No overall increase in use. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 2(2)(May):23.
Bachtel, Ed

2001 2.7903 Close encounters . . . of the turd kind. Paddler, (January/February):39. [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Back, Colleen

2003 2.12679 A western adventure; exercise your pilot privileges on a scenic trip. AOPA Pilot (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association), (February):78-84. [In reprint seen, running footer gives date February 2003 but reprint credit on p. 84 gives February 2002 and copyright 2002.]
Backer, H. D., and Collins, S.

1999 15.38 Use of a handheld, battery-operated chemistry analyzer for evaluation of heat-related symptoms in the backcountry of Grand Canyon National Park: a brief report. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 33(4):418-422.
Backer, H. D.; Shopes, E.; Collins, S. L.; and Barkan, H.

1999 15.169 Exertional heat illness and hyponatremia in hikers. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 17(6)(October):532-539.
Backlund, Erik A.; Stewart, William; and Schwartz, Zvi

2008 14.817 Overnight backcountry visitors at Grand Canyon National Park. Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Recreation, Sport, and Tourism, Park Planning and Policy Lab, x, 173, 17 pp.
Backpacker

2003 2.9289 The wild list; a definitive guide to the hottest, sweetest, looniest, and most colorful spots in the great outdoors. Backpacker, 31(3)(April):cover, 3, 30-34, 36, 38, 40. [See "Best Skinny-Dipping; Gravevine Creek, AZ", p. 33; "Most Idyllic Waterfall; Havasu Falls, AZ", p. 33; "Sweetest Sunset, Grand Canyon, AZ", p. 38.]

2005 2.10471 Staff picks; memorable national park moment. Backpacker, 33(9)(December):10. [Annette McGivney, Southwest Editor: "Meteor shower, viewed from atop Horseshoe Mesa, Grand Canyon".]

2005 2.10472 What's the best park for New Year's Eve? In: Reader's Choice [section]. Backpacker, 33(9)(December):20.
Backstrom, Lars; Kleinberg, Jon; Kumar, Ravi; and Novak, Jasmine

2008 2.19493 Spatial variation in search engine queries. WWW2008; International World Wide Web Conference 2008, April 21-25, Beijing, China, 10 pp. [Includes examples of geolocation queries including Grand Canyon National Park.]
Backus, Anne Jean

1995 2.1234 Mountain Meadows witness; the life and times of Bishop Philip Klingensmith. Spokane, Washington: Arthur H. Clarke Co., 302 pp. (Western Frontiersman Series, Volume 25.) FQ17:36
Bacon, G. M.

1928 12.489 Colorado River Compact. Engineering News-Record, 101(August 16):256.
Bacon, H. P.

1881 12.3309 Flooding the Colorado Desert. In: MacMillan, Thomas C. (ed.), The Inter Ocean Curiosity Shop for the year 1880. Chicago: Inter Ocean Publishing Co., p. 122. [Question-and-answer format; Bacon inquires, "Give a description of General Fremont's plan for forming an inland sea in the southwestern part of the United States; also your opinion of the feasibility of the undertaking." Followed by editor's response, as published in The Inter-Ocean newspaper, Chicago. "Dry Lake", today the site of Salton Sea.]
Bacon, J. L.

1931 12.490 Some problems of the Boulder Canyon-Colorado River development. Monthly Weather Review, 59:295-297. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Bacon, John L.

1922 12.2904 (Chairman) Resolution of the Southern Section of the League of California Municipalities, farm bureaus and irrigation districts relating to the development of the Colorado River. In: Southern California cities request immediate action on Boulder Canyon project. Pacific Municipalities and Counties, 36(3)(March):89-90.

1930 12.3436 Hoover's dam. Time, (October 13):. [Letter to the Editor. Hoover Dam.]
Bacso, Doug

2003 2.9745 Grand Canyon trip. In: Letters and e-mail [section]. Arizona Highways, 79(12):2.
Bade, James

2007 2.18754 Refresh yourself and build bridges that make life worth living. Hole Notes (Minnesota Golf Course Superintendents' Association), (April):4. [Notes on a visit to Lake Havasu area.]
Badger, A. J.

1974 30.768 "Phil Swing and the Boulder Dam" [sic] by B. B. Moeller. English Historical Review, 89(April):467. [Phil Swing and Boulder Dam.]
Badham, James

1992 2.11901 Grand dining at the Grand Canyon. Bon Appétit, 37(3)(March):128B. [El Tovar.]
Badollet, Frank

1921 2.14557 Thoughts on flute-playing. The Flutist, 2(July):440. ["Nature does not draw a curtain around the Grand Canyon when for a few minutes there is no one to see it." (entire note)]
Badon, C. L.

1963 21.147 Tectonic history of a portion of the Hurricane fault zone, northern Arizona. Master's thesis, University of Kansas. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Badur, Özde

2011 11.4003 Jeotermal alanlarda çökme--Depremsellik ve SAR Girisimölçer çalismalari. X Ulusal Tesisat Mühendisligi Kongressi--13/16 Nisan 2011/Izmir, pp. 177-191. [Includes Cerro Prieto geothermal field.] [In Turkish; with English abstract, p. 177.] [Some diacritical marks may not display correcty online.]
Badzek, Laurie; Henaghan, Mark; Turner, Martha; and Monsen, Rita

2013 17.1555 Ethical, legal, and social issues in the translation of genomics into health care. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 45(1):15-24. [See p. 17, Havasupai blood-use case.]
Baedecker, Mary Jo, and Friedman, Linda C.

2000 22.482 Modeling and experimental flooding in the Grand Canyon. In: Badecker, Mary Jo, and Friedman, Linda C. (eds.), The U.S. Geological Survey National Research Program in the Hydrologic Sciences. U.S. Geological Survey, Circular 1195, pp. 10-11, 24.
Baedeker, Karl

1889 2.19677 Le midi de la France; depuis l'Auvergne et y compris les Alpes; manuel du voyageur. Leipzig: Karl Bædeker, and Paris: Paul Ollendorff, 3rd ed., 436 pp. [See "Le cañon du Tarn", pp. 170-171; specifically, p. 170: "Comme son nom l'indique, on l'a comparé au grand cañon du Colorado, en Amérique, et on le dit même plus curieux, surtout plus gai."]

1893 9.808 (ed.) The United States; with an excursion into Mexico. Handbook for travellers. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker; New York: Charles Scribners' Sons, 516 pp. (see pp. 413-414). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1899 9.809 (ed.) The United States; with an excursion into Mexico. Handbook for travellers. Second revised ed. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 579 pp. (see pp. 466-467). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1904 9.810 (ed.) The United States; with an excursion into Mexico. Handbook for travellers. Third revised ed. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker; London: Dulau and Co.; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 660 pp. (see pp. 521-524). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1904 9.813 (ed.) Nordamerika; die Vereinigten Staaten nebst einem Ausflug nach Mexiko; Handbuch für Reisende. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 2nd ed., 591 pp. (see pp. 466-468).

1905 9.814 (ed.) Les Etats-Unis; avec une excursion au Mexique; manuel du voyageur. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, and Paris: Paul Ollendorff, 2nd ed., 620 pp. (see pp. 491-493).

1909 9.811 (ed.) The United States; with an excursion into Mexico. Handbook for travellers. Fourth revised ed. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker; London: T. Fisher Unwin; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 724 pp. (see pp. 480-483). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1971 9.812 (ed.) The United States; with an excursion into Mexico. Handbook for travellers (new introduction by Henry Steele Commager). New York: Da Capo Press. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Baegert, Johann Jakob

1772 2.17594 Nachrichten von der Amerikanischen Halbinsel Californien: mit einem zweyfachen Anhang falscher Nachrichten. Geschrieben von einem Priester der Gesellschaft Jesu, welcher lang darinn diese letztere Jahr gelebet hat. Mannheim: Churfürstl. Hof- und Academie-Buchdruckerey, 358 pp. [Also a 1773 printing.]

1952 2.17593 Observations in Lower California (translation, introduction and notes by M. M. Brandenburg and Carl L. Baumann). Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, 218 pp.
Baer, James L., and Hintze, Lehi F.

1986 21.148 Thrusting, extensional tectonics, and stratigraphy of the mineral belt of southwest Utah; Field Conference of the Utah Geological Association (October 10 and 11, 1986); Road logs. In: Dana T. Griffen and W. Revell Phillips (eds.), Thrusting and extensional structures and mineralization in the Beaver Dam Mountains, southwestern Utah. Utah Geological Association, Publication 15, pp. 179-. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Bagley, Brian, and Severson, Mark

1991 19.196 Stranding of rainbow trout below Glen Canyon Dam [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 26(Proceedings Supplement):29-30. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Bagley, James W.

1917 21.4930 The use of the panoramic camera in topographic surveying; with notes on the application of photogrammetry to aerial surveys. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 657. ["The Grand Canyon of the Colorado is a field so tedious to survey with the plane table, so extensive in length, in relief, and in wealth of features, that it alone, in the writer's opinion, would justify the employment of the camera in its topographic survey." (p. 10) (entire note; no further elaboration)]
Bahr, Max

1906 2.8882 Reise-Bericht über Amerika. Landsberg: Schaeffer & Co., 252 pp. (see p. 120). [Colorado River.]
Bahr, Sandy

2003 13.3219 Volunteers defend and protect the grandest of canyons. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), (January/February):1.

2005 19.3056 Interlopers in the Canyon; bison (cattelo)--uninvited guests. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), (March/April):7.

2013 2.18845 Happy trails to our good friends Rob Smith and Joni Bosh. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), 49(2)(Spring):4.
Bahre, Stephen

1976 6.22 Atlas of Arizona. Yuma, Arizona: Arizona Information Press, 48 pp.
Bahti, Mark

2007 17.691 Silver and stone; profiles of American Indian jewelers. Tucson: Rio Nuevo Publishers, 212 pp.
Bahti, Tom

1966 17.602 Indian tribes of Arizona. Western Gateways, 6(3):33-.

1968 17.35 Southwestern Indian tribes. Flagstaff, Arizona: KC Publications, 72 pp. (see pp. 69-72). >Mon. 8: 6-5< FQ7:7 FQ8:19 FQ9:35 FQ10:21 Guidon 29, 30
Baichwal, Jennifer, and Burtynsky, Edward

2013 26.563 Watermark. Toronto, Ontario: Mongrel Media. Film, 90:00. [From publicity material: "Watermark is a feature documentary film that brings together diverse stories from around the globe about our relationship with water . . . ." Includes Colorado River. ("Language: English, Spanish, Hindi, Bengali, Mandarin".)
Bailey, Alfred M.

1947 2.1240 Desert river through Navajo Land. National Geographic Magazine, 92(2):149-172. [Mexican Hat, Utah, to Lees Ferry.] >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Bailey, Bernadine, and Wiese, Kurt

1958 33.183 Picture book of North Dakota. Chicago: Albert Whitman and Co., [28] pp. [See illustration, Grand Canyon of the Little Missouri, p. [6].]
Bailey, Betty

1967 6.23 Picture book of Arizona. Chicago: Whitman, Albert and Co., 32 pp.
Bailey, Florence Merriam

1932 19.197 Abert squirrel burying pinecones. Journal of Mammalogy, 13:165-166. >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1939 19.198 Among the birds in the Grand Canyon country. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, 211 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-10< FQ2:4 FQ10:23 FQ12:20 FQ16:12
Bailey, G.

1858 2.13099 Great overland mail. From: Brown, Aaron V., Report of the Postmaster General. In: [Buchanan, James] Message from the President of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the second session of the thirty-fifth Congress. Volume III. U.S. 35th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 2, pp. 739-741.
Bailey, G. E.

1893 12.3622 Report of the resources of the land grant of the Atlantic & Pacific R. R. in Mohave County, Arizona, and adjacent districts. Chicago: Atlantic & Pacific R. R. Co., Land Department (Rand McNally and Co., Printers, Chicago), 32 pp. [Mostly related to water and irrigation.]

1893 1.300 Books of reference on northwestern Arizona. In: Bailey, G. E., Report of the resources of the land grant of the Atlantic & Pacific R. R. in Mohave County, Arizona, and adjacent districts. Chicago: Atlantic & Pacific R. R. Co., Land Department (Rand McNally and Co., Printers, Chicago), p. [32]. [Superficial citations.]
Bailey, Garrick, and Bailey, Roberta Glenn

1986 17.36 A history of the Navajos; the Reservation years. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Press, 360 pp. >Mon. 8: 6-5<
Bailey, George H.

1894 2.19382 Life in the sage-brush lands of southern California. Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (New York), new series, 59(6)(June):844-851. [Includes lower Colorado River region.]
Bailey, Gilbert E., and Aubury, Lewis E.

1902 11.3565 The saline deposits of California. California State Mining Bureau, Bulletin 24, 216 pp. (With map: "Relief Map of California By N. F. Drake, Department of Geology, Leland Stanford Jr. University. Accompanying Bulletin 24, The Saline Deposits of California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, Ferry Building, San Francisco. Lewis E. Aubury, State Mineralogist.")
Bailey, Gilbert Ellis

1913 11.1793 Introduction to the soils of California. Los Angeles: Western Empire Publishing Co., 171 pp. [See "Gila Series", p. 101, and "Imperial Series", p. 102.]
Bailey, James Michael

1999 2.8060 The politics of dunes, redwoods, and dams; Arizona's "Brothers Udall" and America's national parklands, 1961-1969 [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 60(3A):856.

1999 2.8059 The politics of dunes, redwoods, and dams; Arizona's "Brothers Udall" and America's national parklands, 1961-1969. Ph.D. dissertation, Arizona State University, 275 pp. [2.8060 Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 60(3A):856.]

1999 13.1472 The politics of dunes, redwoods, and dams: Arizona's "Brothers Udall" and America's national parklands, 1961-1969. Ph.D. dissertation, Arizona State University, 275 pp. [13.1473 Abstract also in Dissertation Abstracts International, 60(3A):856.]

2000 2.8061 The Udall brothers go to Washington: The formative years of Arizona's sibling politicians. Journal of Arizona History, 41(4)(Winter):425-446.
Bailey, Jim

2003 2.12747 Lookouts, latrines, and lodgepole cabins; administrative facilities of Wyoming's Bridger-Teton National forest, 1904-1955. Volume I: Historic context statement. U.S. Forest Service, Intermountain Region, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Forest Service Report BT-02-637. [See p. 50, Arizona Strip, Navajo Bridge, Hoover Dam, and Kaibab National Forest; in passing.]

2009 12.2256 Protect the power; Reclamation, the Army, and Hoover Dam during World War II. Denver: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 36 pp.

2011 12.2761 Reclamation, the Army, and Hoover Dam during World War II. In: Wiltshire, Richard L., Gilbert, David R., and Rogers, Jerry R. (eds.), Hoover Dam 75th anniversary symposium; proceedings of the Hoover Dam 75th anniversary history symposium, October 21-22, 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada; sponsored by the History and Heritage Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Reston, Virginia: American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 48-57.
Bailey, L. H.

1922 11.5085 (ed.) Cyclopedia of farm crops; a popular survey of crops and crop-making methods in the United States and Canada. [Volume 1] A-D. New York: Macmillan Co., 699 pp. [See p. 286, under "Miscellaneous bast fibers": "Colorado river hemp (Sesbania macrocarpa), growing wild in large quantities on the overflowed lands near the mouth of the Colorado river, used by the Indians for bow-strings and other light cordage." (entire note)]
Bailey, Loring W.

1897 21.5519 The mountain systems of America. A comparative study. Synopsis of a paper read before the Society January 2nd, 1895. Natural History Society of New Brunswick (St. John), Bulletin 12 [Bulletin date 1894], Appendix C, [3] pp. [including title-page; separately paginated]. (Volume: Bulletins of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick. Volume III. (Bulletins XI. to XV., 1893-1897.) Volume date 1897. Appendix C in Bulletin 12 is the only item that does not follow the pagination of the number; it is unpaginated with its own title-page.] [Grand Canyon and Colorado River, p. [1].]
Bailey, Paul

1948 2.1241 Jacob Hamblin, buckskin apostle. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 408 pp. Farquhar 34 FQ5:7 FQ6:5 FQ8:21 FQ12B:18 Guidon 31

1948 2.1242 Jacob Hamblin, buckskin apostle. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, Inc., 408 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-55< FQ13:28 FQ13A:17 FQ15:28 FQ17:39A, 39B

1961 2.1243 Jacob Hamblin, buckskin apostle. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 408 pp. FQ12:18
Bailey, Reed W.

1935 21.3957 Epicycles of erosion in the valleys of the Colorado Plateau Province. Journal of Geology, 43(4)(May-June):337-355.
Bailey, Reed W., and Craddock, George W.

1948 21.149 Watershed management for sediment control. In: Proceedings of the Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conference; held at Bureau of Reclamation Laboratories, Denver, May 6-8, 1947. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, pp. 302-310 (Discussion, pp. 310-314). [Colorado River tributaries.]
Bailey, Ric

1999 18.135 [Comment on previous items by Larry Stevens.] In: Points, counterpoints. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 12(1)(Winter 1998-1999):41. [Also see rejoinder by Stevens.]
Bailey, Robert G.

1980 18.1383 (compiler) Description of the ecoregions of the United States. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Publication 1391, 77 pp. (Imprint U.S. Forest Service.) ("Prepared in cooperation with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service andoriginally published an an unnumbered publication by the Intermountain Region, USDA Forest Service, Ogden, Utah".)

2012 2.18628 A sense of place: Ecoregional design at Mesa Verde National Park. American Bungalow, (73)(Spring):62-73. [Superintendent's residence "likely inspired by the Hopi House" at Grand Canyon (p. 66). Lookout Studio also mentioned (p. 73). (Other architectural elements in article also reflect The Watchtower, though this is not mentioned.)]
Bailey, Vernon

1929 19.199 Life zones of the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(9):2-4. >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1929 19.200 Deer conditions on the Kaibab up to August 5, 1929. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(12):1-2. >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1931 19.201 A trip down Tanner Trail. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 5(12):119. [See also E. D. McKee (1931), GCNN 5(12):121-122.] >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1935 19.202 Mammals of the Grand Canyon region. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Natural History Bulletin 1, 42 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-10< FQ12:206 FQ15:29
Bailey, Virginia Long

1962 19.2084 Revision of the genus Ptelea (Rutaceae). Brittonia, 14(1):1-45.
Bailey, Virginia Long, and Bailey, Harold Edwards

1949 19.203 Wood plants of the western national parks; containing keys for the identification of trees and shrubs. Notre Dame, Indiana: The University Press, 274 pp. (American Midland Naturalist Monograph 4, John D. Mizelle, ed.) >Mon. 8: 4-10<
Bailey, W. F.

1907 2.16337 Overland by Butterfield Stage. Sunset, 18(5)(March):446-452.
Baillie-Grohman, William A.

1898 2.13233 Camps in the Rockies; being a narrative of life on the frontier, and sport in the Rocky Mountains, with an account of the cattle ranches of the West. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 438 pp. (see pp. 296-319).

1902 2.1244 Camps in the Rockies; being a narrative of life on the frontier, and sport in the Rocky Mountains, with an account of the cattle ranches of the West. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 438 pp. (see pp. 296-319). >Mon. 8: page 1-11<
Baillieu, Thomas A., and Zollinger, Richard C.

1982 24.5 Grand Canyon quadrangle, Arizona. Grand Junction, Colorado: Bendix Field Engineering Corp., 36 pp., map scale 1:500,000, with microfiche. (National Uranium Resource Evaluation Program.) >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-1<
Baillieul, T. A., and Zollinger, R. C.

1980 21.150 National Uranium Resource Evaluations, Grand Canyon quadrangle, Arizona. NURE Report PGJ-020, 41 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-100<
Baily Films

1967 26.512 Geology of the Grand Canyon country. Baily Films. 16-mm film, color, sound. 17:00.
Bain, George

1994 2.1245 Vishnu Temple. In: Sadler, Christa (ed.), There's this river; Grand Canyon boatman stories. Flagstaff, Arizona: Red Lake Books, pp. 31-43.

2000 4.147 A tribute to Wesley. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):21. [Smith, Wesley ( -2000)]

2006 2.11062 (ed.) Climbers of temples and buttes in the Grand Canyon region (compiled by John Annerino). In: Annerino, John, Hiking the Grand Canyon. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 3rd ed., pp. 287-301.

2006 2.10968 Vishnu Temple. In: Sadler, Christa (ed.), There's this river . . .; Grand Canyon boatman stories. Flagstaff, Arizona: This Earth Press, 2nd ed., pp. 39-41.
Bain, H. Foster

1904 2.13019 Our national survey; the romance of scientific pioneering. The Booklovers Magazine, 3(February):200-217.
Bairagi, N., and Chattopadhyay, J.

2002 11.5687 Pelican at risk in Salton Sea--a delay-induced eco-epidemiological model. Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems, 8(3):257-272.

2008 11.5699 The evolution on [sic] eco-epidemiological systems theory and evidence. In: 2007 International Symposium on Nonlinear Dynamics (2007 ISND). Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 96, doi:10.1088/1742-6596/96/1/012205, 8 pp. [Inclues Salton Sea.]
Bairagi, N.; Sarkar, R. R.; and Chattopadhyay, J.

2008 11.5697 Impacts of incubation delay on the dynamics of an eco-epidemiological system-a theoretical study. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, doi:10.1007/s11538-008-9337-y, 22 pp. [Includes Salton Sea.]

2008 12.4032 Impacts of incubation delay on the dynamics of an eco-epidemiological system--A theoretical study. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, doi:10.1007/s11538-008-9337-y, [22] pp. [Includes Salton Sea.]
Baird, Brian

2008 2.14895 Statement of the Hon. Brian Baird, a Representative in Congress from the State of Washington. In: H.R. 3094, National Park Centennial Fund Act; and H.R. 2959, National Park Centennial Challenge Fund Act; Legislative hearing before the Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands of the Committee on Natural Resources, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, First session, Thursday, August 2, 2007; Serial No. 110-39. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 8-21. [See p. 19: "I do not know that we have mentioned the international appeal of our National Parks. If you go to almost any U.S. National Park, you will see people who have traveled the world to get here. I had the privilege of kayaking the Grand Canyon about 15 years ago. [Paragraph] There was a couple from East Germany, actually, who had a picture of the Grand Canyon above their breakfast table and had looked at it every single day for 35 years and had set money aside. It was their dream to visit the Grand Canyon: 35 years, from a country pretty far away from us, to come visit a U.S. National Park, and that is the treasure. We have this opportunity." (entire note)]
Baird, Donald

1952 21.151 Revision of the Pennsylvanian and Permian footprints Limnopus, Allopus and Baropus. Journal of Paleontology, 26:832-840. >Mon. 8: 3-15<

1965 21.152 Footprints from the Cutler Formation. In: Lewis, G. E., and Vaughn, P. P., Early Permian vertebrates from the Cutler Formation of the Placerville area, Colorado. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 503-C, pp. C47-C50. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Baird, George D.

1906 2.16134 Picturesque New Zealand. Western Field, 8(3)(April):167-177. [See p. 167: "But if your dreams give you no peace until you see the very earth open and display the grandeur of its appalling depths, then stand on the rim of the Grand Cañon of Arizona and tremble as the solid earth yawns beneath you." (entire note)]
Baird, Keith P.

2008 16.804 Appendix III. Reanalysis of the 1973 Museum of Northern Arizona artifact collection: The El Tovar dump site, AZ B:16:180. In: Neff, Loy C., Rum, rubble, and rubbish: Data recovery at the historic sites in the Light-Rail Corridor Project. U.S. National Park Service, Intermountain Region, Western Archeological and Conservation Center, Publications in Anthropology, no. 106, pp. 201-205.
Baird, M. R.

1975 21.153 Conodont biostratigraphy of the Kaibab Formation, eastern Nevada and west-central Utah. Master's thesis, Ohio State University, 71 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Baird, M., and Collinson, J. W.

1975 21.154 Conodont biostratigraphy of the Kaibab and Plympton Formations. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 7:716. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Baird, Spencer F.

1854 19.204 Descriptions of new birds collected between Albuquerque, N. M., and San Francisco, California, during the winter of 1853-54, by Dr. C. B. R. Kennerly and H. B. Möllhausen, naturalists attached to the survey of the Pacific R. R. route, under Lt. A. W. Whipple. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings, 7:118-120.

1855 2.1246 Report on American explorations in the years 1853 and 1854. In: Appendix to the Report of the of the Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. Smithsonian Institution, 9th Annual Report, pp. 79-97. (U.S. 33rd Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Miscellaneous Document 24.) [See "United States and Mexican Boundary Survey", p. 80; "Survey of the route near the 35th parallel of latitude, under Lieutenant Whipple", pp. 83-84; and under "Reports of explorations published in 1853, 1854", notice of publication of Sitgreaves' (1853) report, p. 94.]

1856 11.5037 Appendix to the Report of the Secretary. In: Tenth Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the institution, up to January 1, 1856. Washington: Cornelius Wendell, Printer. U.S. 34th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives Miscellaneous Document 113, pp. 36-. [See in "List of Additions to the Museum of the Smithsonian Institution in 1855", p. 60, "Major G. H. Thomas, U. S. A.--Box of river sediment, &c., from the Colorado river." (entire note)]

1858 11.79 Description of a phyllostome bat from California, in the museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings, 10:116-117. [Yuma.]

1859 11.80 Description of new genera and species of North American lizards in the museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings, 10:253-256.

1859 11.81 Notes on a collection of birds made by Mr. John Xantus, at Cape St. Lucas, Lower California, and now in the museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings, 11:299-306. [Includes comments on lower Colorado River region.]

1859 2.1247 Appendix to the Report of the Secretary. Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report for 1858, pp. 44-62. (U.S. 35th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Miscellaneous Document 49.) [See in "Explorations Under the War Department": "2. Exploration of the Colorado river of California, under Lieutenant J. C. Ives, U. S. A.--Dr. J. S. Newberry, geologist and botanist, Mr. B. Mollhausen, artist and zoologist. Large collections were made in all departments on the Colorado and across to Albuquerque" (p. 50). (entire note)]

1859 11.4468 Mammals of the boundary. From: Zoology of the boundary. In: Emory, William H., Report on the United States and Mexican boundary survey, made under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior . . . . Volume II. Washington, D.C.: A. P. P. Nicholson. U.S. 34th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Executive Document 108, Part II, pp. 1-62, Plates 1-27 [separately paginated and enumerated plates within Part II].

1859 11.4469 Birds of the boundary. From: Zoology of the boundary. In: Emory, William H., Report on the United States and Mexican boundary survey, made under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior . . . . Volume II. Washington, D.C.: A. P. P. Nicholson. U.S. 34th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Executive Document 108, Part II, pp. 1-33, Plates 1-25 [separately paginated and enumerated plates within Part II].

1859 11.4470 Reptiles of the boundary . . . with notes by the naturalists of the survey. From: Zoology of the boundary. In: Emory, William H., Report on the United States and Mexican boundary survey, made under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior . . . . Volume II. Washington, D.C.: A. P. P. Nicholson. U.S. 34th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Executive Document 108, Part II, pp. 1-35, Plates 1-41 [separately paginated and enumerated plates within Part II].

1859 11.2903 Mammals of North America; the descriptions of species based chiefly on the collections in the museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co. (Part I. General report upon the mammals of the several Pacific railroad routes. [Washington, D.C., 1857]), pp. i-xxxiv, 1-735, Plates 1-60. Part II. Special report upon the mammals of the Mexican boundary. [Washington, D.C., 1859.], 55 pp. [separately paginated], Plates 61-87. Part III. References to the figures, pp. [i-ii], 737-764.]

1861 11.82 Zoology. In: Ives, Joseph C., Report upon the Colorado River of the West explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps of Topographical Engineers, under the direction of the Office of Explorations and Surveys, A. A. Humphreys, Captain Topographical Engineers, in charge. U.S. 30th Congress, 1st Session, House Document 90, Serial 1058. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, Part 5, 31 pp. [paginated separately]. [Specifically only "List of Birds Collected on the Colorado Expedition".]

1861 19.205 Zoology. In: Ives, Joseph C., Report upon the Colorado River of the West explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps of Topographical Engineers, under the direction of the Office of Explorations and Surveys, A. A. Humphreys, Captain Topographical Engineers, in charge. U.S. 30th Congress, 1st Session, House Document 90, Serial 1058. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, Part 5, 31 pp. [paginated separately]. [Specifically only "List of Birds Collected on the Colorado Expedition".] >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1872 2.14693 (ed.) Annual record of science and industry for 1871. New York: Harper and Brothers. [See "Explorations of Professor Powell", pp. 132-133.]

1873 21.155 (ed.) Annual record of science and industry for 1872. New York: Harper and Brothers (see "Powell's Report", p. 212).

1875 21.156 (ed.) Annual record of science and industry for 1874. New York: Harper and Brothers (see "Geodesy in the Colorado River", pp. 239-240).

1876 2.19531 (ed.) Annual record of science and industry for 1875. New York: Harper and Brothers. [See "Explorations under Major J. W. Powell in 1875", pp. 286-293; "Explorations and Surveys Under Lieutenant George M. Wheeler, U. S. Army, in 1875", pp. 293-297.]

1877 11.5034 (ed.) Annual record of science and industry for 1872. New York: Harper and Brothers. [See "Use of the Boomerang by American Indians", p. 235. Lower Colorado River.]

1877 2.13140 (ed.) Annual record of science and industry for 1872. New York: Harper and Brothers. [See "Explorations of Professor Powell in 1872", pp. 192-193.]
Baird, Spencer F., and Girard, Charles

1853 19.206 Fishes. From: Woodhouse, Samuel Washington, Report of the natural history of the country passed over by the exploring expedition . . . . In: Sitgreaves, L., Report of an expedition down the Zuni and Colorado Rivers. U.S. 32nd U.S. Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 59, pp. 148-152. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Baird, William Raimond

1914 2.14419 Betas of achievement; being brief biographical records of members of the Beta Theta Pi who have achieved distinction in various fields of endeavor. New York: Beta Publishing Co., 372 pp. [See John Willcock Noble, p. 236, Secretary of the Interior, 1889-1893, during which forest reservation policies were originated. Criticism "did not deter him from stretching his authority a trifle in order to preserve the banks of that greatest of our scenic wonders, the Arizona Grand Canon of the Colorado." (entire note in this context)]
Baisley, Carrie

2009 2.12645 Grand Canyon adventure. The NORTA News (North Rockland Teachers' Association, Stony Point, New York), (September/October):[1].
Baja California (Estado de). Secretaría de Fomento Agropecuario, Oficina Estatal de Información para el Desarrollo Rural Sustentable

2009 11.6005 Estudio bibliográfico sobre la salinidad del Valle de Mexicali. Baja California: Secretaría de Fomento Agropecuario, Oficina Estatal de Información para el Desarrollo Rural Sustentable, 27 pp.
Baja California (Estado). Comision Estatal del Agua

2008 12.3641 Seccion X. Organismos Descentralizados Estatales. Comision Estatal del Agua, Programa Estatal Hídrico, 2008-2013. Baja California (Estado), Periódico Oficial, 115(63)(December 26), 130 pp.
Baja California (Gobierno del Estado), Secretaría de Infraestructura y Desarrollo Urbano

2012 2.20292 Programa de ordenamiento Zona Metropolitana Mexicali. [No place]: Baja California (Gobierno del Estado), Secretaría de Infraestructura y Desarrollo Urbano, 192 [196] pp., 10 maps.
Bakeless, John

1950 2.1248 The eyes of discovery. The pageant of North America as seen by the first explorers. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 439 pp. (see pp. 81-85, 96, 382, 408). >Mon. 8: 1-11<

1961 2.1249 America as seen by its first explorers; the eyes of discovery. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 439 pp. [Unabridged republication of Bakeless (1950), with new and enlarged selection of illustrations.]
Baker and Taylor Video

1994 26.21 Lassie to the rescue. Baker and Taylor Video.
Baker, A. J.

2002 2.9556 Reflections on Canyon de Chelly. Cardinal (Newman Center, Drexel University), 1(2)(May 17):1. [Grand Canyon compared.]
Baker, Arthur A.

1936 21.157 Geology of Monument Valley-Navajo Mountain region. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 865, 106 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-15< Farquhar 81

1946 21.158 Geology of the Green River Desert-Cataract Canyon region, Emery, Wayne, and Garfield Counties, Utah. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 951, 122 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Baker, Arthur A., and Reeside, John B., Jr.

1929 21.159 Correlation of the Permian of southern Utah, northern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, and southwestern Colorado. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 13:1413-1448. >Mon. 8: 3-15<
Baker, Arthur A., and Williams, J. S.

1940 21.160 Permian in parts of the Rocky Mountain region and Colorado Plateau regions. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 24:617-635. >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Baker, Arthur A., et al.

1927 21.161 Notes on the stratigraphy of the Moab region, Utah. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 11:785-808. >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Baker, Bill

1993 13.1699 Grand Canyon update '93. American Whitewater, 38(6)(November-December):16.
Baker, Carl F.

1895 19.3191 Preliminary studies in Siphonaptera.--III. Genus Pulex (continued.) Canadian Entomologist, 27(4)(April):108-112 (see p. 111).

1895 19.3192 Preliminary studies in Siphonaptera.--V. Genus Pulex (Division III.) Canadian Entomologist, 27(6)(June):162-164 (see p. 164).

1904 19.3102 A revision of American Siphonaptera, or fleas, together with a complete list and bibliography of the group. U.S. National Museum, Proceedings, 27:365-469. [See pp. 382-383, 385.]
Baker, Charles A.

1960 15.645 Visual aspects in collision avoidance of Air Force aircraft. In: Morris, Ailene, and Horne, E. Porter (eds.), Visual Search Techniques; proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Armed Forces-NRC Committee on Vision; held in the Smithsonian Auditorium, Washington, D.C., April 7 and 8, 1959. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Publication 712, pp. 28-31. [See p. 31, note of the crash of "two ill-fated commercial airliners" in Grand Canyon as inspiration for "an effort to develop an airborne collission warning indicator".]
Baker, Clarence M.

1916 2.17693 Record-breaking Farmers' Week. Ohio State University Monthly, 7(7)(March):33-34. [News review. See p. 33: "Julius F. Stone, trustee of the University, concluded the evening features with an illustrated lecture on the Grand Canyon on Thursday night [i.e. February 3]." (entire note)]
Baker, Frank C.

1914 19.207 Northern Idaho shells. Nautilus, 27(9)(January):104-106. [Passing mention of Grand Canyon collecting.] >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Baker, Frederick S.

1944 18.1391 Mountain climates of the western United States. Ecological Monographs, 14(2)(April):223-254.
Baker, Howard B.

1912 11.1794 The origin of continental forms II. In: Dezeeuw, Richard, Fourteenth report of the Michigan Academy of Science; containing an account of the annual meeting held at Ann Arbor, March 27, 28 and 29, April 20, 1912 [sic], pp. 116-141. (Michigan Academy of Science, Report [of annual meeting], 14.) [See p. 121: "It may be remarked parenthetically . . . that there are excellent reasons for suspecting that the whole Gulf of California may be a drowned valley down which formerly coursed the lower reaches of the Colorado River." (entire item; no further discussion)]
Baker, Jelly Roll [pseudonym of Baker, Jon]

2003 2.9649 A boatman's cookbook. [No imprint], 60 pp. (Printed by Morris Publishing, Kearney, Nebraska.)
Baker, Jody

2001 30.346 On the rim. Cultural Studies, 14(2)(April):375-376.

2001 14.319 Culture and space at the edge of the abyss. Cultural Studies, 15(2)(April):375-376.
Baker, John R., and Paulson, Larry J.

1980 11.1459 Evaluation of impacts associated with reregulation of water levels in Lake Mohave. Lake Mead Limnological Research Center, Technical Report 4, 23 pp. (University of Nevada at Las Vegas.)

1983 11.958 The effects of limited food availability on the striped bass fishery in Lake Mead. In: Adams, V. D., and Lamarra, V. A. (eds.), Aquatic resources management of the Colorado River ecosystem. Las Vegas, Nevada, and Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ann Arbor Science Publications, pp. 551-561.
Baker, John R.; Deacon, James E.; Burke, Thomas A.; Egdorf, Samuel S.; Paulson, Larry J; and Tew, Richard W.

1977 18.136 Limnological aspects of Lake Mead, Arizona-Nevada; prepared and submitted to the Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Boulder City, Nevada. Denver: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Division of General Research, Applied Sciences Branch; report REC-ERC-77-9, 83 pp.
Baker, Lori K.

2004 11.1149 Wild refuges; north of Yuma, two ecosystems strive to maintain their natural vigor. Arizona Highways, 80(1):inside front cover-1, 34-39.

2010 19.3214 Watch for wildlife. Arizona Highways, 86(7):34-39. [See text, "Grand Canyon National Park", p. 36; and "Kaibab Plateau Parkway", p. 38.

2012 9.1003 Ride on! (Illustrations by Peter Oumanski.) Arizona Highways, 88(10)(October):cover, 1, 18-27. [See "North Rim Parkway; Kaibab Plateau", pp. 22, 24-25.]

2012 9.939 Get your feet wet. Arizona Highways, 88(7)(July):18-25. [See "Colorado River", pp. 18-19, 20; "Virgin River", pp. 22-23.]

2013 9.1032 Make a splash. In: Arizona, the Grand Canyon State; official state visitor's guide. Phoenix: Madden Media, pp. 16-19. (Arizona 2013 Official State Visitor's Guide.)
Baker, M. E.

1940 34.2 Annotated hypothetical checklist of birds observed along the Green and Colorado rivers from Green River, Wyoming, to Lake Mead. Manuscript, Grand Canyon National Park Research Library. [Cited by Brown et al., 1984, Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Monograph 1, 2nd ed.] >Mon. 8: 4-32< [Removed from bibliography; see comment at beginning of Part 34. Originally cited for inclusion under ^19. Environment--Biology^]
Baker, Malchus B., Jr.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; DeBano, Leonard F.; and Neary, Daniel G.

2004 19.2410 (eds.) Riparian areas of the southwestern United States; hydrology, ecology, and management. Boca Raton, Florida, London, New York, and Washington, D.C.: Lewis Publishers.
Baker, Marcia Merry

2012 13.3159 Colorado River basin: Greenism and water wars, or NAWAPA XXI. Executive Intelligence Review, (May 25):30-35. [North American Water and Power Alliance.]
Baker, Marcus

1895 2.1250 Relief maps. Philosophical Society of Washington, Bulletin, 12:349-367 (see pp. 356, 362). [Read before the Society, February 3, 1894. Casual mention of Grand Canyon, and itemization of relief maps displayed at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893.]

1900 2.1251 A century of geography in the United States. The annual presidential address delivered April 2, 1898. Philosophical Society of Washington, Bulletin, 13:223-239 (see p. 238). [Casual mention of Grand Canyon and John Wesley Powell.]
Baker, Paul B.; Marchosky, Ruben J., Jr.; and Yelich, Alex J.

2005 11.4219 Arizona termites of economic importance. Tucson: University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cooperative Extension, 19 pp. [Lower Colorado River, see Marginitermes hubbardi, pp. 10-11.]
Baker, Pearl

no date 2.1252 Trail on the water. Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Publishing Co., 134 pp. [About Bert Loper. 1969.] >Mon. 8: 1-11< FQ1:4, 4a FQ3:3, 3a FQ4:6 FQ5:8 FQ8:23-23b FQ9:40-42 FQ10:24 FQ10A:5 FQ11:29A, 29B FQ11A:18 FQ11B:16 FQ12:21 FQ12A:20 FQ12B:19 FQ13:30 FQ13A:18 FQ14:9A, 9B FQ15:30A, 30B FQ17:40A, 40B Guidon 32
Baker, Ray Stannard

1920 2.17287 The great Southwest. In: Barstow, Charles L. (ed.), The westward movement. New York: Century Co., pp. 214-222. (Century Readings in United States History.)
Baker, Robert D.; Maxwell, Robert S.; Treat, Victor H.; and Dethloff, Henry C.

1988 19.208 Timeless heritage: A history of the Forest Service in the Southwest. U.S. Forest Service, FS-409, 208 pp.
Baker, Russell |New York Times|

1965 3.844 (August 26) Observer: Defeat at Grand Canyon. By Russell Baker. (p. 32)
Baker, S. Omar

1977 7.10 The cowboy and the canyon. Frontier Times, 51(6)(new series, 110):6.
Baker, Sherman

1941 2.9362 The American camelcade. Frontiers (Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia), 5(5)(June):130-132.

1945 2.19983 Trek of the Mormon Battalion. Desert Magazine, 8(8)(June):4-8.
Baker, Susan E.

1994 19.209 Notice of availability of draft modifications to the Recovery Action Plan for the Recovery Implementation Program for the endangered fish species in the Upper Colorado River Basin. Federal Register, 59(117)(June 20):31620-31621.
Baker, Victor R.

1986 21.3929 Fluvial landforms. In: Short, Nicholas M., and Blair, Robert W. (eds.), Geomorphology from space: a global overview of regional landforms. U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Special Publication 486, Chapter 4.

1987 21.162 Fluvial paleohydrology of the southern Colorado Plateau, Arizona and Utah. In: Hawkins, R. H. (ed.), et al., Remote sensing-arid lands workshop; summary of remote fluvial experiments (REFLEX) workshop to review integrated remote sensing-hydrologic-ecologic research at DOE arid and semiarid watersheds and to identify future research directions. U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research, Report DOE/ER-0321, pp. 18-19. >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Baker, Victor R.; Finn, Valentina J.; and Komatsu, Goro

1992 21.5295 Morphostructural megageomorphology. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 41:65-73. [Includes western North America.]

1993 21.5296 Morphostructural megageomorphology. In: Schick, Asher P. (ed.), Surficial processes and landscape evolution: Rift valleys and arid terrains; dedicated to the memory of Ran Gerson. Jerusalem: Laser Pages Publishing (1992) Ltd., pp. 11-19. [Reprinted from Israel Journal of Earth Sciences.]
Baker, Warren W. |New York Times|

1968 3.865 (January 21) In the canyon. By Warren W. Baker. (p. XX 8) [Letter to the Editor.]
Bakker, Jonathan D., and Moore, Margaret M.

2007 19.3120 Controls on vegetation structure in southwestern ponderosa pine forests, 1941 and 2004. Ecology, 88(9)(September):2305-2319.
Balan, Jerry

2008 9.709 (executive ed.) Glen Canyon, Lake Powell and Lake Mead;your complete guide to the parks. New York: American Park Network, 72 pp.
Balbi, Adrien

1833 2.19395 Abrégé de géographie, rédigé sur un nouveau plan d'après les derniers traités de paix et les découvertes le plus récentes . . . . Paris: Chez Jules Renouard, 1392 pp. [See p. 936: "On peut aussi nommer le Rio-Colorado (occidental), don't tout le bassin appartient à la confédération Mexicaine; il descend de la Sierra-Verde, traverse la Nouvelle-Californie, et, après avoir reçu le Yaquesila et le Gila à la gauche, il mêle ses eaux avec celles du golfe de Californie, que nous avons vu ètre un unfoncement du Grand-Océan." (entire note)]

1854 2.19396 Élémens de géographie générale; ou Description abrégée de la terre, d'après ses divisions politiques coordonnées avec ses grandes divisions naturelles, selon les dernières transactions et les découvertes les plus récentes. Paris: Jules Renouard et Cie, 556 pp. [See p. 379: "On peut aussi nommer le Rio-Colorado (occidental), don't tout le bassin appartient à la reépublique Mexicaine; il descend de la Sierra-Verde, traverse la Nouvelle-Californie, et, après avoir reçu le Yaquesila et le Gila à la gauche, il mêle ses eaux avec celles du golfe de Californie, que nous avons vu ètre un unfoncement du Grand-Océan." (entire note)]
Balch, William Ralston

1882 21.4046 (compiler) The mines, miners and mining interests of the United States in 1882. Philadelphia: Mining Industrial Publishing Bureau, [xiii], 1,195, l [Roman numeral 50] pp. + advertisements. [See in Part IX: "The Physical Geology of the Grand Canyon District", pp. 769-781, extracted from Dutton (1882), U.S. Geological Survey 2nd Annual Report; source credit given at end of item. Also see in volume illustrations reproduced from Dutton's report: frontispiece, and following pp. 96, 288, 312, 328, 456, 488, 512, 536, 560.]
Balchin, W. G. V., and Pye, Norman

1954 14.749 Recent economic trends in Arizona. Geographical Journal, 120(2)(June):156-172. [Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Balcomb, J. Douglas; Hancock, C. Edward; and Barker, Greg

1999 2.12157 Design, construction, and performance of the Grand Canyon House. Golden, Colorado: U.S. Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, separately paginated parts [108 pp.]. (Contract No. DE-AC36-98-GO10337; DOE/GO-10099-795.) [Energy-efficient house constructed at Grand Canyon.]
Baldamus, E.

1854 11.1840 Auszug aus dem Protokolle der achten Versammlung der Deutschen Ornithologen-Gesellschaft zu Gotha. Naumannia (Stuttgart), 1854:219-234. [See p. 222, ornithological note from lower Colorado River.]
Balderston, Marydel

1992 2.18683 A privilege to serve. In: Internment, memories of struggle. Friends Journal (Philadelphia), 38(11)(November):13. [Poston Relocation Center.]
Baldridge, Dave

2010 15.577 Larry's big casino: A rescuer reflects on idiots and angels. Mountain Gazette, (174)(December):22-28. [See p. 27, note on repeat rescue calls at Royal Arch Loop.]
Baldridge, W. Scott

1989 33.306 The Rio Grande Rift. American Scientist, 77:240-247. ["If these rocks [alluvial-fan sand and gravel] were to be stripped away, the offsets would dwarf the topographical relief of the Grand Canyon."]

2004 21.4204 Geology of the American Southwest; a journey through two billion years of plate-tectonic history. Cambridge, New York, [etc.]: Cambridge University Press, 280 pp.
Baldwin, C. C.

1875 2.19164 Early maps of Ohio and the West. Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society (Cleveland, Ohio), Tract 25 (April), 25 pp. [In reference to "the atlas of Hondius, based on Mercator edition 1633", notice is made of the Mississippi River "separated by a range of mountains from the stream 'Tiguas Rio' flowing into the 'Mar Vereio' or Red sea, being the Gulf of California." (entire note)]
Baldwin, C. T.; Strother, P., K.; Beck, J. H.; and Rose, E.

2004 21.4049 Palaeoecology of the Bright Angel Shale in the eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA, incorporating sedimentological, ichnological and palynological data. In: McIlroy, D. (ed.), The application of ichnology to palaeoenvironmental and stratigraphic analysis. Geological Society [United Kingdom], Special Publication 228, pp. 213-236.
Baldwin, Elizabeth A., and Stevens, Lawrence E.

1997 19.210 The day of the condor. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):3. [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.]
Baldwin, Ernest H.

1923 22.31 [Discussion of "Tentative plan for the construction of a 780-foot rock-fill dam, on the Colorado River, at Lees Ferry, Arizona", by E. C. La Rue (1923).] American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 86:249-250.
Baldwin, Faith

1944 2.1253 Timeless land. Arizona Highways, (December):28-33. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1985 2.1254 [Excerpt from article in December, 1944, issue of Arizona Highways.] In: A sampler of sixty years of Arizona Highways [feature]. Arizona Highways, 61(4):17.
Baldwin, G. C.

1943 34.3 Supplemental bird check list of the Boulder Dam National Recreation Area. Unpublished report, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Boulder City, Nevada. [Cited by Brown et al., 1984, Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Monograph 1, 2nd ed.] >Mon. 8: 4-32< [Removed from bibliography; see comment at beginning of Part 34. Originally cited for inclusion under ^19. Environment--Biology^]

1946 21.163 Notes on Rampart Cave. Masterkey, 20:94-96. >Mon. 8: 3-16<

1947 11.5491 New records for the Boulder Dam area, Nevada. Condor, 49:85. [Birds.]
Baldwin, George C.

1999 2.7190 The vanishing inscription. Journal of the Southwest, 41(2)(Summer):119-176.
Baldwin, Gordon C.

1942 16.43 Archaeological field work in the Boulder Dam area. Clearinghouse for Southwestern Museums, News-Letter, no. 51, pp. 186-187. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1942 16.44 Archaeological survey of Whitmore Wash and Shivwits Plateau, northwestern Arizona. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. National Park Service, Lake Mead National Recreation Area. [Reprinted 1978. Western Anasazi Reports, 1(1).] >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1944 16.45 An occurrence of Jeddito Black-on-Yellow pottery in northwestern Arizona north of the Grand Canyon. Plateau, 17:14-16. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1944 16.756 Mescal knives from southern Nevada. American Antiquity, 9(3)(January):330-332, Plate 33. [Includes western Grand Canyon.]

1946 16.46 Notes on Rampart Cave. Masterkey, 20(3):94-96. [Originally a manuscript report.] >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1948 16.47 Notes on Colorado River Basin archaeology. American Antiquity, 10(4):389-390. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1948 16.428 Notes on Colorado River Basin archaeology. Lake Mead Recreation Area, National Park Service, Nevada, March 1948. 2 pp. [offprint from American Antiquity, apparently designed for distribution at Lake Mead NRA.] FQ15:31

1950 16.48 Archaeological survey of the Lake Mead area. In: Reed, Erik K., and King, Dale S. (eds.), For the Dean: Essays in anthropology in honor of Byron Cummings. Tucson, and Santa Fe, New Mexico: Hohokam Museum Association and Southwestern Monuments Association, pp. 41-49. >Mon. 8: 5-7< Guidon 508 [volume]

1950 16.517 The pottery of the Southern Paiute. American Antiquity, 16(1)(July):50-56.

1965 17.1112 The modern Indians. In: Wallace, Andrew (ed.), Sources and readings in Arizona history; a checklist of literature concerning Arizona's past. Tucson: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, pp. 144-145.

1967 16.49 Archaeological survey of Whitmore Wash and Shivwits Plateau, northwestern Arizona. Utah Archaeology Newsletter, 13(1):3-15. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1978 16.50 Archaeological survey of Whitmore Wash and Shivwits Plateau, northwestern Arizona. Western Anasazi Reports, 1(1):13-22. >Mon. 8: 5-7<
Baldwin, Gordon Dortis

1943 11.1452 Archaeological survey of the Davis Dam reservoir area. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. National Park Service, 25 pp.
Baldwin, H. Y.

1884 11.5180 Report of H. Y. Baldwin, Quarantine Officer at Yuma. In: Eighth Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of California, for the years of 1882 and 1883. Sacramento: State Office, James J. Ayers, Superintendent of State Printing, pp. 139-140. [California State Board of Health, 8th Biennial Report. Also appears in Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the Twenty-sixth Session of the Legislature of the State of California. Volume III. Sacramento: State Office, James J. Ayers, Superintendent of State Printing, 1885.]
Baldwin, T. Stith

1903 2.7623 Picture making for pleasure and profit; a complete illustrated hand-book on the modern practices of photography in all its various branches, for amateur and professional. Chicago: F. J. Drake and Co., 284 pp.
Baldwin, Thomas, and Thomas, J.

1854 2.17346 A new and complete gazetteer of the United States; giving a full and comprehensive review of the present condition, industry, and resources of the American confederacy: embracing, also, important topographical, statistical, and historical information, form recent and original sources; together with the results of the census of 1850, and population and statistics in many cases to 1853. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co., 1364 pp. (Lippincott, Grambo and Co.'s Gazetteer.) [See p. 262: "Colorado, or Rio Colorado".]
Baldwin, Wen; Mueting, Sara; Gerstenberger, Shawn; and Wong, David

2009 11.1723 Growth and recruitment of quagga mussels (Dreissena bugensis) in Lake Mead [abstract]. In: Lake Mead Science Symposium, January 13 and 14, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada; Program. [Las Vegas: University of Nevada at Las Vegas], p. 7.
Balenquah, Lyle

2007 17.614 Hopi perspectives and the GTS river trip. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(2)(Summer):18-19. [Guides Training Seminar.]
Balenquah, Lyle; Cooley, Nikki; and Clark, Joelle

2012 17.1184 Kyaptsi: "Respect" for ancestral connections. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(1)(Spring):8-10.
Balentine, H. W., and Dickson, R. J.

1996 18.137 Development of uncertainty estimates for the Grand Canyon Visibility Transport Commission emissions inventory. In: Specialty Conference--1995 October: Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Air and Waste Management Association, pp. 407-428. (Air and Waste Management Association, Publications, VIP 1996, Volume 56.)
Balentine, H. W.; Dickson, R. J.; Oliver, W. R.; et al.

1995 18.138 Development of a micro inventory for visibility impact assessment at Grand Canyon National Park. In: Air and Waste Management Association, Volume 3B, Basic sciences: Air quality and noise. Air and Waste Management Association, 88th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, p. 95-WP96.03.
Bales, J. T., and Laney, R. L.

1992 21.164 Geohydrologic reconnaissance of Lake Mead National Recreation Area; Virgin River, Nevada, to Grand Wash Cliffs Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report WRI 91-4185, 29 pp., 1 sheet.
Bales, Pam

2009 2.12513 Gale Burak now hikes the mountains of New Hampshire. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(5)(September):1.
Baley, Charles A., and Vaughan, William C.

1899 2.13961 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 89.
Baley, Charles W.

2002 2.15670 Disaster at the Colorado; Beale's wagon road and the first emigrant party. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 216 pp.
Balf, Todd

2000 33.147 The last river. New York: Crown Publishers. (See pp. 20-22.)
Balfour, Amy C.

2010 9.844 Going underground; the oldest "new" motel room in the world opens--220 feet under the Arizona earth. In: On the Road [section]. Lonely Planet, (August):21. [Grand Canyon Caverns.]
Balfour, Amy C., and Falk, Paige

2008 9.713 Top 3 CCC trails. Backpacker, 36(7)(September):18-19, 30. [See photo by Paige Falk, pp. 18-19; article by Balfour, p. 30. See in article, "Grand Canyon NP, AZ; hike a cliff-hugging trail" (Clear Creek Trail).] [Civilian Conservation Corps.]
Balkan, Evan

2008 2.15166 Vanished! Explorers forever lost. Birmingham, Alabama: Menasha Ridge Press, 145+ pp. [See Chapter 3, "The Honeymooners: Glen and Bessie Hyde", pp. 37-49; Chapter 4, "The Deep Peace of the Wild: Everett Ruess", pp. 51-74.]
Balkin, Harry H.

1922 2.16053 The new science of analyzing character. Boston and Philadelphia: Harry H. Balkin, 4th ed., revised, 287 pp. [Phrenological in nature. See in the chapter, "The Forehead and Head", p. 148, the section on "Sublimity", pp. 148-149: "Persons of this [sublimital] type are profoundly impressed when viewing such scenes as Niagara Falls or the Grand Canyon of Colorado" [sic]. (entire note) Author defines, "sublimity rejoices in that which is startling, terible, or majestic . . . ." (p. 148)]
Ball, A.

1962 2.1255 Eyewitness. National Parks Magazine, 36(9):4.
Ball, A. Judson, and Ball, Mary H.

1899 2.14031 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 112.
Ball, Carleton R.

1921 19.2085 Undescribed willows of the section Cordatae. Botanical Gazette, 71(6):426-437. [See Salix lutea ligulifolia, n. var., pp. 428-430, including record from Indian Garden, Grand Canyon.]

1921 11.2942 Notes on willows of sections Pentandrae and Nigrae. Botanical Gazette, 72(4)(October):220-236. [Includes lower Colorado River region.]
Ball, E. D.; Tinkham, E. R.; Flock, Robert; and Vorhies, C. T.

1942 19.211 The grasshoppers and other Orthoptera of Arizona. University of Arizona, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 93, pp. 257-373. >Mon. 8: 4-11<
Ball, George; Kunzmann, Michael R.; and Bennett, Peter S.

1992 19.4104 Dynamic fire modeling using GRASS 4.0; developed by NPS and University of Arizona. Park Science (U.S. National Park Service), 12(2)(Spring):16-17. [Includes work with database-derived fire data and statistics from Point Sublime, Grand Canyon.]
Ball, Nicholas

1891 2.14373 The pioneers of '49; a history of the excursion of the Society of California Pioneers of New England from Boston to the leading cities of the Golden State, April 10-May 17, 1890; with reminiscences and descriptions. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 288 pp. [See p. 243, in discussion of scenery in the State of Colorado, quotation from Charles Dudley Warner regarding the "Grand Cañon of the Colorado", which passage appears in several of Warner's publications and refers to the Grand Canyon of Arizona.]
Ball, Robert S.

1908 2.19155 Natural sources of power. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 348 pp. + advertisements. [See pp. 21-22, regarding the power of plunging water, "to which phenomenon the tourist from Grand Canyon of the Colorado can bear witness." (entire note)]
Ballantine, Bill

1962 2.1256 Dean of the whitewater boatmen (illustrated by Ray Houlihan, photographed by Tad Nichols). Saga, 24(4)(July):48-50, 90-93. [Frank Wright.]

1969 2.1257 High west. Chicago: Rand McNally and Co., 301 pp. (see pp. 182-190, 191-204). >Mon. 8: 1-11<
Ballantyne, Donald

2008 11.5585 The ShakeOut Scenario; supplemental study; oil and gas pipelines. Tacoma, Washington: MMI Engineering, Inc., for U.S. Geological Survey, Pasadena, California, and California Geological Survey, Sacramento, California, under contract to SPA Risk LLC, Denver, Colorado, 11 pp. (The ShakeOut Scenario: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2008-1150; California Geological Survey Preliminary Report 25, version 1.0; and U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1324 and California Geological Survey Report 207, version 1.0.)
Ballew, Charles

1934 7.11 From Ragtown to Ruby. London: J. Long, 287 pp.
Ballew, Elissa

2009 2.12206 Continuous cultivation. In: Jerome ARTbeat [section]. The Noise, no. 95 (the Propinquity Edition) (April):25-26. [Artwork of Dawn Sutherland.]
Ballew, Kevin S.

1998 28.42 "Grand Canyon". In: "Celebration of Fine Art" [exhibit]. Southwest Art, (February):92. [Advertisement for Scottsdale, Arizona, exhibit.]
Balliet, Letson

1914 12.2735 The Colorado River hydro-electric project. Mining and Engineering World, 41(1)(July 4):15-17. [Dam proposed at mouth of Grand Canyon.]
Balling, Robert C., Jr., and Goodrich, Gregory B.

2007 18.1155 Analysis of drought determinants for the Colorado River basin. Climatic Change, 82(1-2):179-194.

2010 18.1310 Increasing drought in the American Southwest? A continental perspective using a spatial analytical evaluation of recent trends. Physical Geography, 31(4)(July/August):293-206.
Balling, Robert C., Jr., and Sutherland, J. L.

1988 18.139 Diurnal and seasonal wind direction patterns within the mountain-valley terrain near Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 27:594-598.
Ballinger, James K.

1980 2.1258 Arizona: Canyons, cultures and contrasts. In: Ballinger, James K., and Rubinstein, Andrea D., Visitors to Arizona 1846 to 1980. Phoenix: Phoenix Art Museum, pp. 19-37.

1989 2.8520 Challenge of the Grand Canyon. In: Foster, Tony, Exploring the Grand Canyon; watercolour diaries, 1988-1989. Penzance, Cornwall, England: Newlyn Orion Galleries, in association with Montgomery Gallery, San Francisco, pp. 25-29.

2007 2.11359 Introduction. In: McGarry, Susan Hallsten, Bruce Aiken’s Grand Canyon; an intimate affair. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. xv-xvii.

2012 2.17824 [Foreword.] From: Directors' Forewords. In: Klett, Mark, and Wolfe, Byron, Reconstructing the view; the Grand Canyon photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe. [Phoenix]: Phoenix Art Museum and Center for Creative Photography; and Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, pp. 9-10.
Ballinger, James K., and Rubinstein, Andrea D.

1980 2.1259 Visitors to Arizona 1846 to 1980. Phoenix: Phoenix Art Museum, 207 pp. [Exhibition catalogue.]
Ballotti, John

2012 19.3652 When fishing really is catching. Chum Line (Los Angeles Rod and Reel Club), (June):3. [Lees Ferry.]
Ballough, James J.

2005 13.2668 Supplement to notice of interim operating authority granted to commercial air tour operators over national parks and tribal lands within or abutting national parks. Federal Register, 70(194)(October 7):58778-58784. [Regarding Allen, John M., 70(120)(June 23):36456-36463.]
Balluff, Tricia

2011 11.4596 Soil hydrology conditions in occupied southwestern willow flycatcher and yellow-billed cuckoo habitat; final 2010 annual report. Mesa, Arizona: EcoPlan Associates, Inc., for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, Boulder City, Nevada, 42+ pp. [120 pp. total].

2012 11.4281 Soil hydrology and microclimate conditions in occupied southwestern willow flycatcher and yellow-billed cuckoo habitat. Mesa, Arizona: EcoPlan Associates, Inc., for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, Boulder City, Nevada, separately paginated parts [128 pp. total].
Bally, Albert W.

2009 30.638 Ancient Landscapes; book review. AAPG Bulletin (American Association of Petroleum Geologists), 93(8)(August):1124-1125. [Review of "Ancient Landscapes of the Colorado Plateau" by Ron Blakey and Wayne Ranney.]
Balsom, Jan

1994 13.423 Jan Balsom [on behalf of Grand Canyon National Park]. In: Perspectives on the Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Draft Statement. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 34.

1994 13.424 Will the real river manager please step forward: NPS perspectives on the Glen Canyon Environmental Studies and Environmental Impact Statement process. In: Rivers without boundaries; proceedings of the Second Biannual ARMS Symposium on River Planning and Management; sponsored by the American River Management Society, April 18-22, 1994 in Grand Junction, Colorado, pp. 261-265.

1994 13.425 Update on adaptive management. Colorado River Studies Office, Newsletter, 8:10.

1995 9.40 Walhalla Glades guide; Grand Canyon National Park (illustrated by Liz McClelland). Grand Canyon Natural History Association, folded pamplet.

1999 13.426 Staying upright; reflections on the Section 106 process and the Glen Canyon Dam Cultural Program. CRM (Cultural Resource Management), 22(3):23-26.

2001 16.861 Walhalla Glades. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, folded pamphlet.

2002 4.192 [Memorial.] In: In memoriam; Bob Euler. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(1)(Spring):6-7. [EULER, ROBERT CLARK ( -2002)]
Balsom, Janet [Jan]

1998 2.1260 [Grand Canyon.] In: Ryan, Kathleen Jo (photographer, producer), Writing down the river; into the heart of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, p. 118.

1999 2.1261 Roads and trails nominated to the National Register of Historic Places. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 15(1)(Summer):8-9.
Balsom, Janet R.

1986 17.37 Native Americans in the Grand Canyon region. In: Annerino, John, Hiking the Grand Canyon. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, pp. 7-16. >Mon. 8: 6-5<

1993 17.38 Native Americans of the Grand Canyon. In: Annerino, John, Hiking the Grand Canyon. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, revised and expanded ed., pp. 6-13.

2001 17.522 Inclusion in NPS management at Grand Canyon: tribal involvement and integration. In: Harmon, David (ed.), Crossing boundaries in park management: Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands. Hancock, Michigan: George Wright Society, pp. 249-252.

2001 13.3294 Inclusion in NPS management at Grand Canyon: tribal involvement and integration. In: Harmon, David (ed.), Crossing boundaries in park management: Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands. Hancock, Michigan: George Wright Society, pp. 249-252.

2006 17.601 Native peoples of the Grand Canyon. In: Annerino, John, Hiking the Grand Canyon. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 3rd ed., pp. 3-11.

2009 13.2857 On a scale of 1-10, exactly how sacred is it? Evaluating tools for integrating tribal resources in the planning process. In: Protected areas in a changing world; proceedings of the 2009 George Wright Society Conference, pp. 84-88.

2009 17.1127 On a scale of 1-10, exactly how sacred is it? Evaluating tools for integrating tribal resources in the planning process. In: Protected areas in a changing world; proceedings of the 2009 George Wright Society Conference, pp. 84-88.

2011 17.1119 Listening to the descendants: Tribal perspectives and integration at Grand Canyon National Park. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 18(3)(Fall):3-4.
Balsom, Janet Ruth [Jan]

1984 16.51 Application of heavy mineral analysis to Grand Canyon ceramics. Master's thesis, Arizona State University. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1986 16.52 Application of heavy mineral analysis to Grand Canyon ceramics. Western Anasazi Reports, 3(4):343-404. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1989 16.53 Unkar Delta guide. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, folded pamphlet. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1990 16.54 Grand Canyon archaeology. Colorado River Studies Office, Newsletter (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation), 2(November):9. >Mon. 8: 5-17<

1992 16.55 Monitoring of cultural resources along the Colorado River in Glen and Grand Canyons. In: Long-Term Monitoring Workshop for the Grand Canyon, October 5-6, Irvine, California. [National Research Council, Water Science and Technology Board], 9 pp. [separately paginated].

1994 16.56 Jan Balsom [on behalf of Grand Canyon National Park]. In: Perspectives on the Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Draft Statement. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 34.

1994 16.57 Will the real river manager please step forward: NPS perspectives on the Glen Canyon Environmental Studies and Environmental Impact Statement process. In: Rivers without boundaries; proceedings of the Second Biannual ARMS Symposium on River Planning and Management; sponsored by the American River Management Society, April 18-22, 1994 in Grand Junction, Colorado, pp. 261-265.

1994 16.58 Update on adaptive management. Colorado River Studies Office, Newsletter, 8:10.

1995 16.59 Walhalla Glades guide; Grand Canyon National Park (illustrated by Liz McClelland). Grand Canyon Natural History Association, folded pamplet.

1995 16.60 Unkar Delta guide. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, folded pamphlet. [Revised.]

1997 16.61 Mitigation and flood effects on cultural resources. 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. 92.

1999 16.62 Staying upright; reflections on the Section 106 process and the Glen Canyon Dam Cultural Program. CRM (Cultural Resource Management), 22(3):23-26.

1999 16.419 Cultural resources and the Glen Canyon Dam--Colorado River experimental flow of 1996. In: Riper, Charles van, III, and Stuart, Maureen A. (eds.), Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau. U.S. Geological Survey, Report Series, USGSFRESC/COPL/1999/16, pp. 183-193. [U.S. Geological Survey, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Colorado Plateau Field Station, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff.]

2000 16.432 The Grand View--a trail with character. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 16(1)(Summer):6-7, 11.

2005 16.510 A little knowledge goes a long way: A history of archaeological research at the Grand Canyon. 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. 111-114.

2010 16.615 Conserving river history. Sojourns (Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association), 5(1)(Winter/Spring):44-45. [Historic boat collection.]
Balsom, Janet, and Bender, Brynn

2008 2.11653 From courtyard to conservation: the Grand Canyon Historic Boat Conservation Project. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 25-30. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)
Balsom, Janet; Leap, Lisa; and Dierker, Jennifer

2011 16.723 People, place and preservation in Grand Canyon National Park. Society for American Archaeology, 76th Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California, Abstracts, p. 41.
Balsom, Janet; Leap, Lisa; Kunde, Jennifer; and Horn, Amy

2001 16.444 River Corridor Monitoring Project. In: Colorado River Ecosystem Science Symposium 2001; Little America Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona, April 26 and 27, 2001; organized by the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, U.S. Geological Survey. Program and abstracts. [Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center], p. 13. (Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program.)
Balson, W. E.; Carson, R. T.; and Mitchell, R. C.

1991 18.140 The Grand Canyon visibility benefits study [abstract]. Air and Waste Management Association, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, p. 74.
Baltimore, J. Mayne

1907 2.15514 (section author) A “perpendicular” canyon railway. In: Western Railroad Activities [section]. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen’s Magazine, 43(4)(October):485-486. [Regarding Santa Fe Railway plan for a cog railway from rim of Grand Canyon to Colorado River.]
Baluffi, Gaetano

1845 2.17357 L'America un tempo Spagnuola riguardata sotto l'aspetto religioso dall'epoca del suo discuoprimento sino al 1843. Tomo secondo. Ancona: Gustavo Sartorj Cherubini, 335+ pp. [Lower Colorado River region, pp. 101-103; and errata page.]
Bamberlin, John

1973 2.8521 Post office: Arizona style. Arizona Highways, 49(5):10-15.
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