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Andres, Benny Joseph, Jr.

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

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

1997 11.2642 (compiler) Eldorado Canyon and Nelson, Nevada; historical documents, reminiscences, commentary.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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2010 26.462 Criss Angel, mindfreak. Complete season 6. [No place]: A&E Home Video. 2 DVDs. [Magic stunts. Disc 1 includes "The Gand Canyon Death Jump".]
Angela Tiogo, M.

1979 2.1120 Caves and canyons (illustrated by De Grazia.) San Diego, California: Benedictine Sisters, 48 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-9<
Ángeles Carvajal, María de los; Robles, Alejandro; and Ezcurra, Exequiel

2010 11.3258 Ecological conservation in the Gulf of California. In: Brusca, Richard C. (ed.), The Gulf of California; biodiversity and conservation. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 219-250.
Angelier, Jacques; Colletta, Bernard; and Anderson, R. Ernest

1985 11.68 Neogene paleostress changes in the Basin and Range; a case study at Hoover Dam, Nevada-Arizona. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 96(3):347-361. >Mon. 8: 2-5<
Angell, Lisa

2005 2.10579 Encountering archdruids. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 1 (Fall):9.

2008 2.11808 Travels with Jake. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 7 (Fall):14.
Angelou, Maya

1995 8.614 A brave and startling truth. New York: Random House, [unpaginated]. ("Read by the poet at the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the United Nations[,] San Francisco[,] 20 June 1995".) [Includes note of Grand Canyon.]

2014 8.612 Vale Maya Angelou. United Nations Association of Australia, Queensland, Newsletter, 10(6)(June):5. [Memorial to the late Maya Angelou. Includes the text of "A Brave and Startling Truth", an original poem first read at the 1995 50th anniversary commemorations at the United Nations, which includes note of Grand Canyon.]
Anger, Ed [pseudonym]

2003 2.15791 My America [column]. After miniseries furor, Ed says: You wanna honor Reagan? Put the Gipper's face on $100 bill! Weekly World News, (December 9):17. [Satire.] ["If there's no room [on Mount Rushmore], carve it into the majestic Grand Canyon--more folks visit there anyway." (entire note)]
Anglin, Nadine

2003 2.17821 In the shadow of the Chocolate Mountains; discovering the Imperial Valley and Slab City; by Colorback. [Place?]: Snowbird Productions, 81 pp.
Angradi, Ted

1993 19.167 Effects of exposure on the chlorophyll underline> content, biomass, and productivity of the epilithon of a tailwater river [abstract]. North American Benthological Society, Bulletin, 10(1):191.

1994 19.168 Trophic linkages in the lower Colorado River, U.S.A.: Multiple stable isotope evidence [abstract]. North American Benthological Society, Bulletin, 11(1):197.

1994 19.169 Trophic linkages in the lower Colorado River: multiple stable isotope evidence. North American Benthological Society, Journal, 13:479-495.
Angradi, Ted R.

1994 11.69 Trophic linkages in the Lower Colorado River: Multiple stable isotope evidence. North American Benthological Society, Journal, 13(4):479-495.
Angradi, Ted R., and Kubly, Dennis M.

1993 19.170 Effects of atmospheric exposure on chlorophyll a, biomass and productivity of the epilithon of a tailwater river. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management, 8:345-358.

1995 19.171 Concentration and transport of particulate organic matter below Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River, Arizona. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 28(1/2):12-22.
Angradi, Ted R.; Clarkson, R. W.; Kingsolving, D. A.; Kubly, D. M.; and Morgensen, S. A.

1992 19.172 Glen Canyon Dam and the Colorado River: responses of the aquatic biota to dam operations. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, 155 pp. [Research report.]
Angulo, César

2004 11.1671 El delta del río Colorado, situación crítica. Serie Acción Ciudadana en las Américas, (Programa de las Américas, del Interhemispheric Resource Center), (9)(March), 8 pp.

2004 12.4443 Crossborder organizing to save the Colorado River delta. Citizen Action in the Americas (Interhemispheric Resource Center, Americas Program, Silver City, New Mexico), (9)(May), 8 pp. [entire number]. [English ed.]

2004 12.4444 El delta del río Colorado, situación crítica. Serie Acción Ciudadana en las Américas, (Programa de las Américas, del Interhemispheric Resource Center), (9)(March), 8 pp. [entire number]. [Spanish ed.]

2004 11.6776 Crossborder organizing to save the Colorado River delta. Citizen Action in the Americas (Interhemispheric Resource Center, Americas Program, Silver City, New Mexico), (9)(May), 8 pp. [entire number]. [English ed.]

2010 11.5727 Última oportunidad para salvar de la extinción a la vaquita marina. Melóncoyote (Periodismo para Elevar la Conciencia Ecológica; Comission for Environmental Cooperation, Montréal), 1(1)(April):1, 3.

2014 11.6740 Ciudad y campo, a la espera del agua en el Río Colorado. Melóncoyote (Periodismo para Elevar la Conciencia Ecológica; Comission for Environmental Cooperation, Montréal), [Spanish ed.] 5(1)(Spring):10.

2014 11.6741 City and country await Colorado River water. Melóncoyote (Periodismo para Elevar la Conciencia Ecológica; Comission for Environmental Cooperation, Montréal), [English ed.] 5(1)(Spring):10.

2014 12.4192 Ciudad y campo, a la espera del agua en el Río Colorado. Melóncoyote (Periodismo para Elevar la Conciencia Ecológica; Comission for Environmental Cooperation, Montréal) [Spanish version], 5(1)(Spring):10.

2014 12.4193 City and country await Colorado River water. Melóncoyote (Periodismo para Elevar la Conciencia Ecológica; Comission for Environmental Cooperation, Montréal) [English version], 5(1)(Spring):10.
Anima, Roberto J.; Bucciarelli, Randy; Hogg, David J.; Galanis, Peter; and Board, Nenah

2001 22.495 Results of pre- and post August-September spike flow side-scanning sonar surveys collected along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona. 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. 11. (Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program.)
Anima, Roberto J.; Hogg, David J.; Hamer, Michael; Galanis, Peter; Bucciarelli, Randy; and Board, Nenah

2001 22.506 Side-scanning sonar data collected prior to and immediately following the 31,000-cfs spike-flow of September 2000 reveal changes in the riverbed distribution of sand side sediment between Miles 63 to 65 of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. 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. 12. (Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program.)
Anima, Roberto J.; Marlow, Michael S.; Rubin, David M.; Hogg, Dave

1998 22.691 Comparison of sand distribution between April 1994 and June 1996 along six reaches of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 98-141, 33 pp.
Anima, Roberto J.; Marlow, Michael S.; Rubin, David M.; Hogg, Dave; Graf, Julia; and O'Day, Christie

1996 22.26 Comparison of pre-flood and post-flood sand distribution in pools along six reaches downstream from the Little colorado [sic] River, Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 77(46, Supplement):F273.
Anima, Roberto J.; Wong, Florence L.; Hogg, David; and Galanis, Peter

2007 22.744 Side-scan sonar imaging of the Colorado River, Grand Canyon. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2007-1216, 15 pp.
Annan, C. L.

1913 12.465 Engineers stage journey through Arizona and New Mexico in 1880. Engineering News, 69(May 29):1128-1130.
Annandale, Charles

1883 2.20878 (ed.) The popular encyclopedia; or, Conversations lexicon. Being a dictionary of science and arts, literature, biography, history, and general information. Vol. III. C-Colony. London, Glasgow and Edinburgh: Blackie and Son, 451 pp. + advertisements. [See "California", pp. 28-31; "California, Gulf of", p. 31; and "Cañons", p. 80.

1890 2.16951 (ed.) Blackie's modern cyclopedia of universal information. A handy book of reference on all subjects and for all readers. Vol. II. [Bl-Cond]. London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Dublin: Blackie and Son, Ltd., 512 pp. [See "Colorado, a name of two rivers of the U. States", p. 488.]
Annandale, G. W.

1987 11.4015 Reservoir sedimentation. Amsterdam, Oxford, New York, and Tokyo: Elsevier (Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.), 221 pp. (Develoopments in Water Science, no. 29.)
Annerino, John

____ 2.1121 The ladies who walked through time. Westward (Prescott Courier), 6(November 30):6-7+. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

no date 2.8282 Canyons of the Southwest; a tour of the great canyon country from Colorado to northern Mexico. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 144 pp. [1st University of Arizona Press paperback printing, 2000.]

1980 2.9925 The run of my life; a 170 mile run below the South Rim of the Grand Canyon (photos by Chris Keith and Dick Yetman). Runner, 3(3)(December):38-43.

1981 2.9912 Climbs in the Grand Canyon: A historical introduction combined with a personal account of the climbing possibilities in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River, Arizona. Mountain (Shieffield, England), no. 77 (January/February):25-35.

1981 2.9924 The 5th sleep; rimrocked on the Ancient Path; a bivouac on the rim of Moqui Trail Cayon during a 210 mile run along the Hopi-Havasupai trade route (photos by Chris Keith and Jay Dusard). Diversions, 3(3)(Summer):29-33.

1982 2.9923 Lessons from the Ancient Path; a 210 mile run along the Hopi-Havasupai trade route. Arizona (Arizona Republic), (December 12):cover, 7, 44-45.

1982 2.1122 The unsung heroes; backcountry rangers. Diversions, 4(2):22-24. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1982 2.1123 Beyond the rim scenic vistas. Diversions, 4(2):26-30. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1982 2.1124 Long arm of Buddha. Diversions, 4(2):32-35, 46-48. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1982 2.1125 Your guide to the Grand Canyon. Diversions, 4(2):A-H. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1982 2.20279 Race to the rim; grand adventure becomes survival saga. Survive, 2(1)(March):34-37, 56, 58-63. [Ascent of Zoroaster Temple.]

1983 2.1126 Mountain journeys. Arizona Highways, 59(6):14-21. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1983 2.9922 Untamed and tantalizing; running Paria Canyon. Running, 9(1)(January/February):42-47.

1984 2.9921 Through the labyrinth; it began as a curious adventure-running an old Indian trade route through the Grand Canyon. It soon became a dance on the euous edge of survival. Ultrasport, 1(3)(May/June):44-52.

1985 2.1127 Angel's Gate; traverse of the gods. Arizona Highways, 61(6):32-37. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1985 2.1128 The North Rim. Northern Arizona Life, 2(5)(July):25-30. >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1985 2.1129 Silent shadows. Northern Arizona Life, 2(6)(August):49-.

1985 28.41 "No problem . . .". In: One for the Road [section]. Northern Arizona Life, 2(6)(August):54. [Jennifer Lawton in Lava Falls.]

1985 16.40 Helicopter Sherlocks track Grand Canyon prehistory. Arizona Highways, 61(2):26-28; see also inside back cover of issue. >Mon. 8: 5-7<

1986 9.23 Hiking the Grand Canyon. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 340 pp., map. [Mon. 8: 1-SS1-1] FQ11:632A

1987 9.24 Outdoors in Arizona; a guide to hiking and backpacking. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 136 pp. (Additional text and editing by Peter Kresan and James E. Cook; illustrations by W. Randall Irvine; photography by Arizona Highways contributors.) >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-1< FQ12:663 [3rd printing, 1995] FQ17:21

1987 2.9919 Il paradiso non puó attendere: La traversata degli dei sino allo porta degli angeli: sei giorni sull rocce del Gran Canyon. Jonathan, Dimensione Avventura (Milan, Italy), 3(9):cover, 16-27.

1988 13.410 National Park cops. Police, 12(11):cover, 36-43. >Mon. 8: 7-8<

1990 2.9918 Aventura en el Rio Colorado. Geomundo (Mexico):14(8):cover, 172-181.

1991 9.25 Adventuring in Arizona; the Sierra Club travel guide to the Grand Canyon State. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 372 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-5<

1991 2.1130 High risk photography; the adventure behind the image. Helena, Montana: American and World Geographic Publishers, 120 pp. (see pp. 24-26, 32, 50, 60-62, 66-67, 72-76, 80-83, 91, 96-99, 104). >Mon. 8: 1-55<

1991 9.920 Adventuring in Arizona; the Sierra Club travel guide to the Grand Canyon State. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 445 pp.

1992 2.1131 Running wild; through the Grand Canyon on the Ancient Path (foreword by Charles Bowden, photographs by Christine Keith). Tucson: Harbinger House, 206 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-55< FQ11:15 FQ11B:11 FQ17:20

1992 2.1132 White water women. Phoenix Magazine, 27(8):82-89.

1992 5.1 Running wild; through the Grand Canyon on the ancient paths (foreword by Charles Bowden) (Alan Means, narrator). Tucson: Harbinger House. 2 C-90 cassettes, 15/16 ips, 4-track. (Arizona Regional Library, sponsor and recording agency.) 94-994934.

1992 2.9917 Aventura dentro del Cañon del Colorado. Geomundo (Mexico), 16(8):cover, 182-189.

1993 2.9916 Los cañones mas fabulosas del mundo. Geomundo (Mexico), 17(10):cover, 382-393.

1993 9.26 Hiking the Grand Canyon (revised and expanded). San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 313 pp., map. FQ10:493 FQ11:632B FQ11A:12 FQ11B:10 FQ12:662 ["1986" in error] FQ12B:10 FQ13:634

1993 2.1133 Canyons of the Southwest; a tour of the great canyon country from Colorado to northern Mexico. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 144 pp. FQ11:14 FQ11A:11

1995 9.513 Outdoors in Arizona; a guide to hiking and backpacking. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 3rd ed., 136 pp. FQ10:494

1996 2.1135 Adventuring in Arizona. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, revised ed., 445 pp.

1996 17.30 People of legend; Native Americans of the Southwest. San Francisco: Sierra Clubb Books, 122 pp.

1998 2.9914 Running wild; extraordinary adventure of the human spirit (introduction by Charles Bowden, photographs by Christine Keith). New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 317 pp.

1999 2.1136 [Excerpt.] In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, p. 48. [Excerpt as filler, from Annerino (1996).]

1999 2.1137 The midnight crack; an extreme runner gets another extreme idea. In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, pp. 44-58. [Reprinted from Annerino (1992, Running wild).]

1999 2.1138 [Excerpt.] In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, p. 62. [Excerpt as filler, from Annerino (1992, Running wild).]

1999 2.1139 [Excerpt.] In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, p. 74. [Excerpt as filler, from Annerino (1992, Running wild).]

1999 9.27 Canyoneering; how to explore the canyons of the great Southwest. Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, 154 pp.

2000 2.9913 Canyons of the Southwest; a tour of the great canyon country from Colorado to northern Mexico. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

2001 2.9915 Escalando los templos perdidos del Grand Cañón. De Viaje (Caracas, Venezuela), 1(3):84-91.

2004 2.9920 The Grand Canyon explored. National Geographic Adventure, 38(March):66-67. [N.B.: "Unfortunately, I don't recognize any of my writing in this!" (teste J. Annerino, April 2004).

2004 2.10121 Grand Canyon wild; a photographic journey. Woodstock, Vermont: Countryman Press, 143 pp.

2005 2.11288 The photographer's guide to the Grand Canyon; where to find perfect shots and how to take them. Woodstock, Vermont: Countryman Press, 96 pp.

2006 9.656 Hiking the Grand Canyon. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 3rd ed., 332 pp.

2012 2.16948 Arizona; a photographic tribute. Guilford, Connecticut: Globe Pequot Press, 116 pp. [Dustjacket adds, "Centennial Edition".]
Annerino, John, and Hillers, John K.

2006 2.10791 Rowing home; an adventure photographer follows in the wake of a Grand Canyon explorer. Arizona Highways, 82(8):10-17.
Anning, David W.

2001 11.1116 Uncertainty in annual streamflow and change in reservoir content data from selected surface-water gaging stations on the lower Colorado River. U.S. Geological Survey, Fact Sheet 108-01, 4 pp.

2002 11.1036 Standard errors of annual discharge and change in reservoir content data from selected staitons in the lower Colorado River streamflow-gaging station network 1995-99. U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report 2002-02, 81 pp.

2008 11.6265 Dissolved solids in basin-fill aquifers of the Southwest. Southwest Hydrology, 7(2)(March/April):18-19.
Anning, David W., and Duet, N. R.

1994 21.90 Summary of ground-water conditions in Arizona, 1987-90. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-476, 2 sheet.
Anning, David W., and Parker, John T. C.

2009 21.5140 Predictive models of the hydrological regime of unregulated streams in Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2009-1269, 33 pp.
Anning, David W.; Flynn, Marilyn E.; and Truini, Margo

2006 11.1224 Hydrogeologic investigation of the Detrital, Hualapai, and Sacramento Valleys of northwestern Arizona: A project of the Rural Watershed Initiative. U.S. Geological Survey, Fact Sheet 2006-3008, 4 pp.
Anning, David W.; Hart, Robert J.; and Fisk, Greg G.

2008 22.716 Discrepancies in Colorado River water volumes and the need to address discharge accuracy and gains in streamflow on the Colorado River between Glen Canyon Dam and Lees Ferry, Arizona [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], pp. 77-78.
Anning, David William

2002 11.4206 Estimation and analysis of the uncertainty in streamflow and change in reservoir-content data at selected streamflow-gaging stations in the lower Colorado River streamflow-gaging station network, 1995-99. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 137 pp.
Annis, David R., and Keith, Stanley B.

1985 21.91 Petrochemical variations in late Cenozoic igneous rocks in Arizona: Implications for geotectonics and metallogeny. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 17(6):338. >Mon. 8: 3-99<

1986 21.92 Petrochemical variation in post-Laramide igneous rocks in Arizona and adjacent regions: Geotectonic and metallogenic implications. In: Beatty, Barbara, and Wilkinson, P. A. K. (eds.), Frontiers in geology and ore deposits of Arizona and the Southwest. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 16, pp. 448-456. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Annonymous

1893 11.5250 The lost Pegleg. In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 66(4)(January 28):61. [Search party departs to locate the "famous lost Pegleg gold mine".]

1976 2.20631 TV networks lose audience to real thing; special bicentennial programming draws subnormal prime-time ratings. Broadcasting, (July 12):20. [Notes, in passing, that sunrise at Grand Canyon was televised during national programming on July 4, 1976.]
Anonymosu

2002 14.326 [Comments.] In: "Ice-ssay's"--begging and etiquette, or . . need ice? [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 6(1)(Summer/Fall):35. [Special Issue: Reflections--Five Years of Fun--A Waiting List Anthology. Ellipsis is part of feature title.] [Letter, signed as "Hayduke".]
Anonymous [Quartaroli, Richard D.]

2006 28.551 Powell to the people!? Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(3)(Fall):48. [Life-size(?) poster of John Wesley Powell at the Separation Canyon plaque.]
Anonymous [after Hamblin, W. Kenneth]; Neal, James T.; and F., P.

2009 21.4639 Sinkholes and other works of water. Sojourns (Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association), 4(2)(Summer/Fall):16-21.
Anonymous [error] [Powell, John Wesley]

2008 2.12463 Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and its tributaries. [No place]: Grigson Press, 448 pp. [Cover gives authorship as "Anon".]
Ansberry, Karen Rohrich, and Morgan, Emily

2011 6.703 Picture perfect science book collection; using children's books to guide inquiry; grades 3-6. Arlington, Virginia: NSTAPress, 26 books in canvas bag. [Includes Grand Canyon: A Trail Through Time.]
Ansted, David Thomas

1871 21.5517 Physical geography. London: William H. Allen, 5th ed., 509 pp. [Colorado River and Grand Canyon, pp. 125-127.]
Antevs, Ernst

1962 21.93 Late Quaternary climates in Arizona. American Antiquity, 28:193-198.
Anthes, Gary H.

1997 2.21776 Postal Service's technology budget misdelivers. Computerworld, 31(23)(June 9):33. ["For 32 cents, a brave postal person on a mule will carry your first-class letter to the bottom of the Grand Canyon." (entire note)]
Anthony, Charles E.

1899 2.14068 [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. 126.
Anthony, Earl C.

1899 2.14067 [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. 126.
Anthony, Frances

1900 2.21648 To Palm Cañon. Land of Sunshine, 13(4)(September/October):235-240. [Refers to an item in the August number (see Item no. 2.21647).]

1901 2.21649 At Indian Well. Land of Sunshine, 14(2)(February):121-125.

1901 2.21650 Below sea-level. Land of Sunshine, 15(1)(July):22-26. [Colorado Desert. Refers to items in the October 1900 and February 1901 issues (see Item nos. 2.21648, 2.21649).]
Anthony, Harold E.

1937 19.173 The facts about Shiva--the real story of one of the most popular scientific adventures in recent years. Natural History, 40(5)(December):708-721, 775-776. >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1937 19.174 Scientist describes visit to unknown island in the sky; plateau in Grand Canyon never before visited by white man contains wild life isolated from their kind. Science News Letter, 32(October 16):cover, 245-247, 252-254. [Shiva Temple.] >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1942 19.175 A grand tour of North America. Natural History, 49(4):cover, leaf between 188-189, 189-205. [American Museum of Natural History's new Hall of North American Mammals; see mountain lion diorama, facing p. 189, 192, 193, 202-203.]
Anthony, Henry L.

1906 2.13793 Correspondence. In: Grand Commandery, Knights Templar of Michigan, Fiftieth Annual Conclave; held at Detroit, June 12, 13, and 14, A.D. 1906, A.O. 788. Kalamazoo, Michigan: Ihling Bros. and Everard, pp. 3-114. [See under "Kansas", notice of Grand Commander's notes on visit to Grand Canyon during trip to the "Twenty-ninth Triennial", p. 43.]
Anthony, John W.; Williams, Sidney A.; and Bideaux, Richard A.

1977 21.94 Mineralogy of Arizona. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1982 21.95 Mineralogy of Arizona. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 264 pp.; appends "Supplement" on pp. 257-264.] >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Anthony, John W.; Williams, Sidney A.; Bideaux, Richard A.; and Grant, Raymond W.

1995 21.96 Mineralogy of Arizona. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 3rd ed., 508 pp.
Anthony, John W.; Wilson, Eldred D.; and Moore, Richard T.

1953 21.97 Bibliography of the geology and mineral resources of Arizona, 1939-1952. Arizona Bureau of Mines and Mineral Technology, Bulletin 161, 62 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1953 1.8 Bibliography of the geology and mineral resources of Arizona, 1939-1952. Arizona Bureau of Mines and Mineral Technology, Bulletin 161, 62 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Antioco, Rebecca

1999 2.7189 A grand way to visit the Canyon. In: En Route AZ [feature]. Highroads (AAA Arizona), 44(3)(September/October):38-39. [Grand Canyon Railway.]
Antisell, Thomas

1857 11.70 Geological report. In: Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Made under the direction of the Secretary of War, in 1853-6, according to acts of Congress of March 3, 1853, May 31, 1854, and August 5, 1854. Volume VII. U.S. 33rd Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 78, 196 pp. [separately paginated in volume]. >Mon. 8: page 2-5<

1859 21.98 Orography of the western portion of the continent of North America. American Geographical and Statistical Society, Journal, 1(2):33-41. ("`Notes upon the Orography of the Western portion of the Continent of America. A paper read before the American Geographical and Statistical Society, by Thomas Antisell, M. D., February 19, 1857".)
Antoine, Paul

1901 2.19303 Commerce spécial de la France. Rapports Commerciaux des Agents Diplomatiques et Consulaires de France, 1901(19, États-Unis; Situation économique, industrielle et commerciale de la Californie pendant l'année 1899):184-210. (Volume: "Supplément au Moniteur officiel du Commerce du 14 Mars 1901.") [See p. 198: "Un habitant de Yuma (Arizona), élève des 'aigrets' de la famille des hérons, importés de l'embouchure de la rivière Colorado. Les plumes blanches de l'aigret sont évaluées à 30 dollars l'once et vingt de ces oiseaux peuvent fournir deux onces de plumes par an." (entire note)]
Antoli, Manel

2001 33.287 [Internet] El pequeño Gran Cañón francés. http://www.elpais.es/suplementos/viajero/20010526/v8.html. [Little Grand Canyon of France. Tarn River.]
Antolini, Denise E.

2009 13.3125 National park law in the U.S.: Conservation, conflict, and centennial values. William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 33(3):851-921.
Antón, Danilo J.

1995 12.2426 Diversity, globalization, and the ways of nature. Ottawa, Cairo, Dakar, Johannesburg, Montevideo, Nairobi, New Delhi, and Singapore: International Development Research Centre, 223 [225] pp. [Also on microfiche.] [See "The Colorado River Basin", pp. 109-111.]

1999 12.3119 Diversidad globalización y la sabriduría de la naturaleza. Montevideo, Uruguay: Piri Guazú Ediciones, and Ottawa, Ontario: CIID Canada (Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo), 302 pp. [See "La Cuenca del río Colorado", pp. 148-150, 152.]
Antón, Manuel

1892 2.21742 El centenario del descubrimiento de America. Conferencias de los Sres. Aranzadi, Vilanova, Antón, Fernández y González y San Martín. La Ilustración Española y Americana (Madrid), 36(26)(July 15):19, 22. [See p. 22, very generalized reference, in passing, to "las raras y uniformes construcciones que en los cañones del Colorado descubrieron los españoles y denominaron pueblos . . . ."]
Antone, Marla

2011 17.1567 Ak-Chin Youth Council and Peer Leadership discover Grand Canyon. Ak-Chin O'odham Runner (Maricopa, Arizona), 28(18)(September 16-October 6):6, 10.
Antweiler, R. C., and Taylor, H. E.

1994 18.120 Changes in the water chemistry of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park between Glen Canyon Dam and Diamond Creek, Arizona [abstract]. In: Marston, R. A., and Hasfurther, V. R. (eds.), Effects of human-induced changes on hydrologic systems. American Water Resources Association, Annual Symposium, 1994 June, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, p. 772.
Anwarul Haque, Qazi M.

1994 11.1654 Reservoir sedimentation and options for its regulation, an overview. Pakistan Engineering Congress, Proceedings, 65th Annual Issue, Paper no. 545, pp. 271-303. [Includes Lake Mead data.]
Anyon, Roger, and Hart, Richard

1994 20.218 [GCES Phase II. W. Zuni Pueblo. Ethnohistory Study. Phase II documentation, W.] (Principal Investigators) Ethnohistorical evaluation of the Zuni Pueblo's use of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Final--31 December 1994. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

1994 20.217 [GCES Phase II. W. Zuni Pueblo. Ethnohistory Study. Phase II documentation, W.] (Principal Investigators) Ethnohistorical evaluation of the Zuni Pueblo's use of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Draft--30 September 1994. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]
Apa Productions, Editors

1969 2.1140 American Southwest (directed and designed by Hans Johannes Hoefer, photography by photographers of Apa Photo Agency, updated by John Gattuso). [No imprint]: Apa Publications, Höfer Press Pte. Ltd. (printed in Singapore), 2nd ed., 299 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-60<
Appalachian Mountain Club

1908 2.13463 Records of Council, April 21. Applachian Mountain Club, Bulletin, 1(7)(May):3-4. [Includes vote of Council "in earnest opposition to the granting of any railway locations within the Grand Canyon National Monument in the Territory of Arizona, or to the introduction of any other artificial features which will in any way injure or detract from the magnificence and grandeur of that remarkable landscape."; with additonal remarks.]
Apple, R. W., Jr. |New York Times|

1976 3.1717 (March 15) Shriver fights on in his "tragicomedy". By R. W. Apple, Jr. (p. 36) [Presidential candidate Sargent Shriver. Notes, in passing, of having worked with Havasupai Tribe.]
Apple, Rebecca McCorkle

1999 11.4329 Introduction to recent archaeological investigations at the Salton Sea Test Base, Imperial County, California. Society of California Archaeology, Proceedings, 12:6-9.

2013 11.6931 Malcolm Rogers: Ancient trails and rock features. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, 48(3/4):89-95.
Appleby, C. R.

1967 2.20790 Santa Isabel theory. In: Letters From Our Readers [section]. Desert Magazine, 30(3)(March):42. [In response to the article by Ed Houck in the January issue (see Item no. 2.20789) on the treasure of Santa Isabel. Includes editor's comment.]
Applegate, David

1998 21.6323 National parks: Geology matters. Park Paleontology (U.S. National Park Service), 4(2)(Spring):5. [Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Applegate, J. B.

1967 2.20798 What ho! In: Letters From Our Readers [section]. Desert Magazine, 30(9)(September):43. [Comment on the article by Doris Cerveri in the May issue (see Item no. 2.20796). See also Cerveri's reply in December issue (see Item no. 2.20797).]
Appleton, Elaine

1994 2.1141 The war on waste. National Parks, 68(9-10):37-42.
Apt, Jay; Helfert, Michael; and Wilkinson, Justin

1996 2.1142 Orbit; NASA astronauts photograph the Earth (Roger Ressmeyer, ed.). Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 224 pp. (see pp. 192-193).
Aquamaps, Inc.

1986 10.66 Colorado River recreation guide; an atlas of the Colorado River from Grand Lake, Colorado to Yuma, Arizona. Denver, Colorado: Aquamaps, Inc., separately paginated sections. [Sections with separate authors: Max Branyon, Steve Chawkins, Deborah Frizier, Carolyn R. Johnson, et al. (including U.S. Bureau of Reclamation) [q.v.].]

1987 10.3 Lake Mead and Lake Mohave recreation guide. Denver: Aquamaps, Inc., 44 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-SS2-1<
Aquino, V. G.

1975 17.1646 The Grand Canyon and the Havasupai. Oar and Paddle, 2(1)(February/March):5.
Arabasz, Walter J., and Julander, Dale R.

1986 21.99 Geometry of seismically active faults and crustal deformation within the Basin and Range-Colorado Plateau transition in Utah. In: Mayer, Larry (ed.), Extentional tectonics of the southwestern United States: A perspective on processes and kinematics. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 208, pp. 43-74. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Arabasz, Walter J.; Pechmann, James C.; Nava, Susan J.; and Wallace, Terry C.

1992 21.4548 Preliminary seismological information. In: St. George, Utah, September 2, 1992; EERI special earthquake report. EERI Newsletter (Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Oakland, California), 26(10)(October):6-7.
Aragon Aventura

____ 33.213 [Internet] Parques nacionales del Pirineo: Aigües Tortes, Posets-Maladeta y Ordesa-Monte Perido. http://www.staragon.com/aravonaventura/senderismo/parquesnacionales.html. ["Grand Canyon of Europe."]
Aragon, Margo

2002 8.233 Storms. Hidden Passage, no. 9 (Summer), p. 8.
Aragón-Arreola, Manuel de Jesús

2006 11.5929 Structural evolution of basins in the northern and central Gulf of California; implications for rift kinematics and strain accommodation. Evolución estructural de las cuencas del norte y centro del Golfo de California; implicaciones en la cinemática de apertura y en el acomodo de la deformación. Ph.D. dissertation, Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación superior de Ensenada, 119 pp. [Bilingual title, thus; copy seen is in English, with "Sinopsis", pp. vii-xvi, in Spanish.]
Aragón-Arreola, Manuel, and Martín-Barajas, Arturo

2003 11.3615 Estructura de la corteza y cinemática de apertura continental en el norte del Golfe de California [abstract]. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana), 23(2)(November):113.

2004 11.3622 Re-localization of strain and rift propagation in the northern Gulf of California [abstract]. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana), 24(2)(November):368.

2006 11.2273 Rift-to-drift transition in the Gulf of California. In: Lithospheric Rupture in the Gulf of California-Salton Trough Region; MARGINS-RCL Workshop, Ensenada, Mexico, 9-13 January, 2006, Abstracts, p. 7. [Rupturing Continental Lithosphere.]
Aragón-Noriega, Eugenio Alberto; Rodríguez-Quiroz, G.; Cisneros-Mata, M. A.; and Ortega-Rubio, A.

2010 11.4788 Managing a protected marine area for the conservation of critically endangered vaquita (Phocoena sinus Norris, 1958 [sic]) in the upper Gulf of California. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 17(5)(October):410-416. [P. sinus Norris and McFarland, 1958.]
Aragón-Noriega, Eugenio-Alberto, and Calderón-Aguilera, Luis-Eduardo

2000 11.3599 Factores ambientales que afectan el reclutamiento del camarón azul Litopenaeus stylirostris (Stimpson, 1871) en el Golfo de California [abstract]. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana), 20(3)(October):287.

2000 11.990 Does damming of the Colorado River affect the nursery area of blue shrimp Litopenaeus stylirostris (Decapoda: Penaeidae) in the upper Gulf of California? Revista de Biología Tropical, 48(4)(December):867-871.
Arave, Lynn

2008 30.512 Book review. "Grand Obsession: Harvey Butchart and the Exploration of Grand Canyon", by Elias Butler and Tom Myers. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(1)(Spring):9-10. [Reprinted from Desert Morning News, 6 September 2007.]
Archbold, John C.

1966 12.4012 The Mexicali Valley water problem. California Geographer, 7:47-51.
Archbold, John Carl

1971 2.17180 A recreational geography of Salton Sea, California. Ph.D. dissertation, Michigan State University, 114 pp.
Archer, D. L.

1986 19.176 (project leader) Colorado River fishes monitoring project; final report; submitted in accordance with provisions of Memorandum of Understanding Contract No. 2-07-40-L3083 between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (L. R. Kaeding and H. M. Tyus, field supervisors). Lakewood, Colorado: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 64 pp.
Archer, Lou Ella

1930 8.6 Sonnets to the Southwest (illustrated by George Egbert Burr and Lillian Wilhelm Smith). Los Angeles Times Mirror Press, 33 pp. (see "The Grand Canyon"); 2nd ed., 1931. >Mon. 8: 12-5<

1931 8.7 Sonnets to the Southwest (illustrated by George Egbert Burr and Lillian Wilhelm Smith). Los Angeles Times Mirror Press, 2nd ed. >Mon. 8: 12-5<

1931 8.8 Canyon shadows (illustrated by Lillian Wilhelm Smith). Phoenix: 32 pp. [Poetry and watercolors; includes Grand Canyon.] FQ11:16 FQ14:5 FQ16:5 FQ17:22 Guidon 17
Archer, S. F.; Molenar, J. V.; and Dietrich, D. L.

1987 18.1063 A comprehensive review of visual air quality at the Grand Canyon [abstract]. In: Symposium on Acid Rain held at the Fourth World Wilderness Congress, Denver, Colorado, USA, September 11-18, 1987. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 12(1):60.
Archibold, Randal C. |New York Times|

2009 3.1599 (September 13) Eyes turn to Mexico as drought drags on. by Randal C. Archibold. (p. A9)
Archibold, Randal C., and Johnson, Kirk |New York Times|

2007 3.1591 (April 4) An arid West no longer waits for rain. By Randal C. Archibold and Kirk Johnson. [With correction (April 9).]
Architectural Resources Group

2000 16.817 South Rim Ranger Operations Building; historic structure report; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. San Francisco: Architectural Resources Group, for
Architectural Resources Group [firm]

2001 16.814 Yavapai Observation Station; historic structure report; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. San Francisco: Architectural Resources Group, for U.S. National Park Service, 42 pp. + appendices [274 pp. total].

2001 16.813 Indian Garden trail caretaker’s residence; historic structure report; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. San Francisco: Architectural Resources Group, for U.S. National Park Service, 33 pp. + appendices [103 pp. total]. (NPS D-554.)

2001 16.812 North Rim Entrance Station; historic structure report; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. San Francisco: Architectural Resources Group, for U.S. National Park Service, 56 pp. + appendices [121 pp. total]. (NPS D-555.)
Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge

____ 33.274 [Internet] Cunningham River raft expedition. http://www.canadianarcticholidays.ca/file73.htm. [Grand Canyon of the High Arctic. Somerset Island, Nunavut, Canada.]
Ardjosoediro, Ingrid, and Bourns, Nathanael

2009 11.5740 Fisheries in Mexico's upper Gulf of California; a rapid analysis fo the shrimp value chain, alternatives and potential to protect livelihoods and biodiversity. AFIRMA (Acceso a las Finanzas Rurales para la Microempresa en México; managed by DAI [Development Alternatives, Inc., Washington, D.C.]), and USAID (U.S. Agency for International Development), 48 pp.
Arellano Gault, David; Reza Granados, Rebeca; and Lepore, Walter

2008 11.5744 Evaluación de diseño del programa de acción para la conservación de la especie: Vaquita. Informe final. [México]: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, A.C., 62 pp.
Arellano, Evarista; Camarena, Lourdes; Glascoe, Chrstine von; and Daesslé, Walter

2009 11.4816 Percepción del riesgo en salud por exposición a mezclas de contaminantes: el caso de los valles agrícolas de Mexicali y San Quintín, Baja California, México. Health risk perception by exposure to pollutant mixtures: the case of agricultural valleys in Mexicali and San Quintín, Baja California, Mexico. Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública, Revista (Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia), 27(3)(September/December):291-301. [Bilingual title, thus; with abstract also in English.]
Arellano-Morales, Rubén

2005 11.5849 (Reviser; Luis Arturo Terán-Ortega, David Maraver-Romero, collaborators) Monografía geológico-minera del estado de Baja California. Pachuca, Hidalgo, México: México, Secretaría de Economía, Coordinación General de Minería, Servicio Geológico Mexicano, 2nd ed., 170 pp. (Monografías Geológico-Mineras.) (Publicación M-22e.)
Arena, Anthony J.

2009 19.3014 Feeding behavior and crayfish predation by native and exotic fish of the Colorado River basin. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 69 pp.
Arentz, Bob, and Rumel, Hal

1949 2.18425 Colorado River country; if you've got adventure in your blood, fly to the land of the Navajo Indians. Flying, 44(4)(April):40, 69-71. [Centered on Marble Canyon.]
Arentz, Dick

1981 28.849 [Photograph of Grand Canyon with storm clouds.] In: Spamer, Earle E., and others (compilers), Bibliography of the Grand Canyon and the lower Colorado River, 1540-1980. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Monograph 2, cover; credit, p. 2.
Arey, Albert L.; Bryant, Frank L.; Clendenin, William W.; and Morrey, William T.

1911 6.876 Physiography for high schools. Boston, New York, and Chicago: D. C. Heath and Co., 450 pp. + advertisements. [Grand Canyon and Colorado River, see pp. 267, 288-290.]
Argandoña, Monica Adrienne

2012 11.5883 Every square inch: The fight for the California desert. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Riverside, 235 pp. [Includes lower Colorado River region.]
Argonautus, C. V. [pseudonym of Quartaroli, Richard D.]

2008 22.698 1958 high water! Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(2)(Summer):16-17. [See also comment by Chris Magirl, 21(3):7.]
Argonne National Laboratory, Decision and Information Sciences Division

2013 14.858 Financial analysis of experimental releases conducted at Glen Canyon Dam during Water Year 2012. Argonne, Illinois: Argonne National Laboratory, Decision and Information Sciences Divison, 26 pp. (ANL/DIS-13-2.)
Argonne National Laboratory, Environmental Science Division

2012 13.2954 Summary of public scoping comments on the Glen Canon Dam Long-Term Experimental and Management Plan Environmental Impact Statement. Argonne, Illinois: Environmental Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region, Salt Lake City, Utah, and U.S. National Park Service, Intermountain Region, Denver, Colorado, 534 pp.
Argus, George W.

1995 19.177 Salicaceae; willow family; Part two: Salix L.; willow. [In: A new flora for Arizona in preparation.] Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 29(1):39-62.
Arias, Edgar

2004 11.5349 Assessment. In: Arias, Edgar, Albar, Mary, Becerra, Mariana, Boone, Amy, Chia, Daniel, Gao, J., Muñoz, Carlos, Parra, Ivan, Reza, M., Saínz, J., and Vargas, Arturo, Gulf of California/Colorado River basin; GIWA Regional Assessment 27. Kalmar, Sweden: University of Kalmar, and Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme, pp. 32-58. (Global International Waters Assessment.)
Arias, Edgar; Albar, Mary; Becerra, Mariana; Boone, Amy; Chia, Daniel; Gao, J.; Muñoz, Carlos, Parra, Ivan; Reza, M.; Saínz, J.; and Vargas, Arturo

2004 11.1231 Gulf of California/Colorado River basin; GIWA Regional Assessment 27. Kalmar, Sweden: University of Kalmar, and Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme, pp. 1-96, i-xvi. (Global International Waters Assessment.)
Arias, Edgar; Albar, Mary; Parra, Ivan; and Reza, M.

2004 11.5348 Regional definition. In: Arias, Edgar, Albar, Mary, Becerra, Mariana, Boone, Amy, Chia, Daniel, Gao, J., Muñoz, Carlos, Parra, Ivan, Reza, M., Saínz, J., and Vargas, Arturo, Gulf of California/Colorado River basin; GIWA Regional Assessment 27. Kalmar, Sweden: University of Kalmar, and Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme, pp. 19-31. (Global International Waters Assessment.)
Arias, Edgar; Becerra, Mariana; Muñoz, Carlos; and Saínz, Jaime

2004 11.5350 Causal chain analysis. In: Arias, Edgar, Albar, Mary, Becerra, Mariana, Boone, Amy, Chia, Daniel, Gao, J., Muñoz, Carlos, Parra, Ivan, Reza, M., Saínz, J., and Vargas, Arturo, Gulf of California/Colorado River basin; GIWA Regional Assessment 27. Kalmar, Sweden: University of Kalmar, and Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme, pp. 59-70. (Global International Waters Assessment.)
Arias, Edgar; Boon, Amy; Chia, Daniel; Vargas, Arturo; Gao, J.; Becerra, Mariana; Muñoz, Carlos; and Saínz, Jaime

2004 11.5351 Policy options. In: Arias, Edgar, Albar, Mary, Becerra, Mariana, Boone, Amy, Chia, Daniel, Gao, J., Muñoz, Carlos, Parra, Ivan, Reza, M., Saínz, J., and Vargas, Arturo, Gulf of California/Colorado River basin; GIWA Regional Assessment 27. Kalmar, Sweden: University of Kalmar, and Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme, pp. 71-81. (Global International Waters Assessment.)
Arias, Edgar; Parra, Ivan; Albar, Mary; Reza, Myriam; Barrera, Juan Carlos; Muñoz, Carlos; Becerra, Mariana; Sainz, Jaime; Boone, Amy; Vargas, Arturo; and Chia, Daniel

2003 11.1207 GIWA UNEP/GEF. Subregion XXVII, Gulf of California. [No place]: United Nations Environment Programme, Division of Global Environment Facility, Global International Water Assessment Program, 91 pp. [United Nations Environment Program.]
Ariely, Dan, and Loewenstein, George

2000 14.642 When does duration matter in judgment and decision making? Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 129(4):508-523.
Arizona (State of), and California (State of)

no date 13.3106 Interstate compact defining the boundary between the States of Arizona and California. [Sacramento]: California Office of State Printing, 196 pp. (59452-205. 12-65.) [Printed December 1965?] ["Certification of Conformity of Survey and Boundary Description", F. J. Hortig, Chairman, Colorado River Boundary Commission of California, p. [196]; certification as a copy of the document adopted by the commission in meeting, November 15, 1965.] [Compact signed March 12, 1963, pending ratification by the legislatures of Arizona and California and approval of the U.S. Congress. Signed, for the State of Arizona: Wayne M. Akin, Robert W. Pickrell, and Obed M. Lassen, attested Howard F. Thompson; signed, for the State of California: F. J. Hortig, Stanley Mosk, and William E. Warne, attested Berrien E. Moore.]
Arizona (state)

no date 17.1030 Meet Arizona's Indians. [No imprint], folded brochure.
Arizona Automobile Association Travel Agency

1995 33.8 Mexico's breathtaking Copper Canyon. Highroads (Arizona Automobile Association), 40(4)(November-December). [Advertisement. ". . . four-times [sic] larger than the Grand Canyon."]
Arizona Bureau of Mines

1916 11.3584 Directory of Arizona operating mines. University of Arizona, Bulletin 8 (Economic Series, No. 8), 30 pp.

1974 21.105 The Geology of Grand Canyon and A Geologic Map of Grand Canyon. Fieldnotes (Arizona Bureau of Mines), 4(2):7. [Announcement for Breed & Roat (1974) and Huntoon et al. (1976).]

1976 21.106 Grand Canyon publications updated. Fieldnotes (Arizona Bureau of Mines), 6(3-4):7. [Breed & Roat (1974, second ed. 1976), and Huntoon et al. (1976).]

1977 21.107 Report given on Mogollon Rim history. Fieldnotes (Arizona Bureau of Mines), 7(1):5.
Arizona Commission on the Colorado River [Arizona Colorado River Commission]

no date 12.466 Partial proceedings of conference of governors . . . on the Colorado River, held at Denver, Colorado, August 22 to September 1, 1927. Phoenix: Arizona Commission on the Colorado River, 23 pp. FQ8:70

1927 12.467 Partial proceedings of conference of governors . . . on the Colorado River, held at Denver, Colorado, August 22 to September 1, 1927. Phoenix: Arizona Commission on the Colorado River, 80 pp. FQ8:71

1927 12.468 Partial proceedings of conference of governors . . . on the Colorado River (second session); held at Denver, Colorado, September 19 to October 4, 1927. Phoenix: Arizona Commission on the Colorado River, 32 pp. FQ8:72

1927 12.1312 First report of Colorado River Commission of Arizona. Arizona, 8th Legislature, 4th Special Session, Senate Document 1, 16 pp. FQ15:133

1928 12.469 The Arizona question. Phoenix: Arizona Colorado River Commission.

1928 12.470 The Colorado River question; shall natural resources create local or enlarge distant developments? [No imprint], 16 pp. Guidon 107, 108

1929 12.471 Arizona's rights in the Colorado River: Proposals of Arizona and the counter proposals of California submitted to the Tri-State conference now in progress. Phoenix: Arizona Colorado River Commission, 38 pp.

1930 12.472 Report of Commission, 1929-1930. Phoenix: Arizona Colorado River Commission, 14 pp. Guidon 106

1931 12.473 Report of Commission, 1931-1932. [No imprint], 42 pp. Guidon 111

1933 12.474 Report of the Colorado River Commission of Arizona for period February 2, 1933-May 3, 1935. Colorado River Commission, 54 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-26< Guidon 109

1935 12.475 Santa Fe Compact; Boulder Canyon Project Act. Report of the Commission for the period February 2, 1933 to May 3, 1935. Prescott, Arizona: Arizona Colorado River Commission, 54 pp.

1938 12.476 Colorado River: International problem. Phoenix: Arizona Colorado River Commission.
Arizona Committee on Allocation of the Benefits of the Colorado River

no date 12.477 Plan of development of the Colorado River. Submitted by Arizona Delication to California and Nevada Deligations, Dec. 14, 1925. Phoenix, 7 pp. FQ8:78
Arizona Condor Review Team

2007 19.2847 A review of the second five years of the California Condor Reintroduction Program in northern Arizona. [No place]: Arizona Condor Review Team, for California Condor Recovery Team and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California/Nevada Operations Office, 80 pp. [N.B.: For first-five years review, see Austin, William, et al. (2003); for third-five years review, see Southwest Condor Review Team.]
Arizona Daily Sun

2000 2.7396 99 things to do in northern Arizona. [Flagstaff, Arizona]: Arizona Daily Sun, Summer 2000 ed., 60 pp.

2002 2.8942 99 things to do in northern Arizona. Flagstaff, Arizona: Flagstaff Publishing Co., Summer 2002 ed., 66 pp.

2003 2.9472 99 things to do in northern Arizona. Flagstaff, Arizoina: Flagstaff Publishing Co., Summer 2003 ed., 68 pp. [including wraps].

2005 2.10389 99 things to do in northern Arizona 2005. Flagstaff, Arizona: Flagstaff Publishing Co., 64 pp. [including wraps].

2008 2.12085 [Note about election returns from Supai, Arizona.] Election Connection (Cabarrus County Board of Elections, North Carolina), 12(1)(Summer):2.

2008 2.11689 99 things to do in northern Arizona; 2008. Flagstaff, Arizona: Arizona Daily Sun, 64 pp. [including wraps]. [See "Grand Canyon and Williams", pp. 34-38.]
Arizona Daily Sun, Staff

2013 9.1056 Worth the weight; five great backpack trips to consider for the fall. Arizona Daily Sun, Autumn Visitor Guide 2013, 4(September 13-October 31):1, 6-9. [Advertising supplement. Cover title: Worth the weight; northern Arizona's great backpack trips.]
Arizona Department of Commerce

1999 17.560 Community profile; Hualapai Indian Reservation. Phoenix: Arizona Department of Commerce, 2 pp.
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

2005 11.6795 PG&E Topock Compresor Station--Topock groundwater study. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Fact Sheet FS05-07, [4] pp. [Pacific Gas and Electric.]
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Water, Surface Water Section, Monitoring Unit

2007 18.1223 A water quality investigation of seventeen Grand Canyon tributaries: July 2004-May 2005 (Lin Lawson, ed.; contributors Lee Johnson, Jason Jones, Doug McCarty, Kyle Palmer, Steven Pawlowski, Sam Rector, Patti Spindler, Roland Williams). Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Open File Report 07-04, 88 pp.
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality; Arizona Department of Water Resources; and Arizona Corporation Commission

2010 15.569 Blue ribbon panel on water sustainability; final report; November 30, 2010. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Arizona Corporation Commission, and Arizona Department of Water Resources, 139 pp. [See p. 5: Sewage treatment and water recycling at Grand Canyon since 1926.]
Arizona Department of Health Services

1993 15.37 Guidelines for sanitation on Colorado River trips. Arizona Department of Health Services, with National Park Service and U.S. Public Health Service, revised, 27 pp.

2014 15.780 Arizona heat safety resource guide; resources for local health officials and public information officers during extreme heat events. Phoenix: Arizona Department of Health Services, 19 pp.
Arizona Department of Transporation

2013 2.18610 Final Environmental Assessment and Section 4(f) evaluation for Virgin River Bridge #6 (STR #1619). [No place]: prepared for Arizona Department of Transportation and U.S. Federal Highway Administration, separately paginated section [70 pp. total]. [I-15 highway bridge. (015-A(208)S. 015 MO 015 H8574 01C.)
Arizona Department of Transportation

2012 2.20501 Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan; Newsletter, [1](Spring), 4 pp.

2012 2.20502 Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan; Newsletter, [2](Summer), 4 pp.

2012 2.20503 Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan; Newsletter, [3](Winter), 4 pp.
Arizona Department of Transportation, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration

no date 2.14321 See America First! Driving to the Grand Canyon along Highway 64. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration, folded brochure. (Exploring Arizona's Historic Roads.) [Ca. 2010.]

no date 2.14368 Highway 89; the south-to-north connection. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration, folded brochure. (Exploring Arizona's Historic Roads.) [Ca. 2010.]

no date 2.15361 SR 64 Tusayan highway improvement project. Arizona Department of Transporation, Fact Sheet [no number], 1 p. [2011.]

2011 2.20494 Work plan. Plan de trabajo. Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan. Plan Maestro para la Frontera Arizona-Sonora. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation/El Departamento de Transporte de Arizona, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration/EEUU. Administración Federal de Carreteras, 7, [5] pp. [Includes Yuma-San Luis area.]

2011 2.20495 Stakeholder outreach plan. Plan de divulgación para interesados. Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan. Plan Maestro para la Frontera Arizona-Sonora. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation/El Departamento de Transporte de Arizona, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration/EEUU. Administración Federal de Carreteras, 13, [12] pp. [Includes Yuma-San Luis area.]

2011 2.20496 Technical Memo #2, LOPE review. Memorándum Técnica #2, Revisión de puertos fronterizos. Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan. Plan Maestro para la Frontera Arizona-Sonora. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation/El Departamento de Transporte de Arizona, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration/EEUU. Administración Federal de Carreteras, 11, [9] pp. [Includes Yuma-San Luis area.] [As separate English and Spanish documents.]

2011 2.20497 Plan Maestro para la Frontera Arizona-Sonora. Borrador Memorándum Técnico No. 1; condiciones existentes. [No place]: El Departamento de Transporte de Arizona, and EEUU. Administración Federal de Carreteras, 32 pp.

2012 2.20498 Final Working Paper #1: Existing and future conditions. Documento de Trabajo No. 1: Condiciones existences y futuras. Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan. Plan Maestro para la Frontera Arizona-Sonora. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation/El Departamento de Transporte de Arizona, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration/EEUU. Administración Federal de Carreteras. [Includes Yuma-San Luis area.] [As separately English (85 pp. + [106 pp. total]) and Spanish (90 pp. + [113 pp. total]) documents.]

2012 2.20499 Technical Memo #3, Deficiencies and alternatives. Memorándum Técnico #3, Deficiencias y alternativas. Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan. Plan Maestro para la Frontera Arizona-Sonora. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation/El Departamento de Transporte de Arizona, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration/EEUU. Administración Federal de Carreteras, 47 pp. [Includes Yuma-San Luis area.] [As separate English and Spanish documents.]

2012 2.20500 Arizona-Sonora Border Master Plan; Final. Plan Maestro para la Frontera Arizona-Sonora; Final. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation/El Departamento de Transporte de Arizona, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration/EEUU. Administración Federal de Carreteras, separately paginated sections [388 pp. total]. [Includes Yuma-San Luis area.] [As separate English and Spanish documents.]

2012 2.20493 Binational San Luis Transportation Study; fact sheet. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation, U.S. Federal Highway Administration, City of San Luis, Arizona, and San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora, 1 p. (12-501.) [Separate fact sheets, in English and Spanish.]

2013 2.20491 I-15 Virgin River bridge rehabilitation projects 2014-15. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration, 1 p. (13-565.) [Fact sheet.]

2014 2.20492 US 89--SR 64 to Little Colorado River; roadway improvements, bridge replacement and roundabout construction. [No place]: Arizona Department of Transportation, and U.S. Federal Highway Administration, 1 p. (14-064.) [Fact sheet.]
Arizona Department of Transportation, Multimodal Planning Division, GIS Section

2012 25.305 ADOT map book; 2012 edition. Phoenix: Arizona Department of Transportation, Multimodal Planning Division, Transportation Analysis, GIS-T Team, 50 pp.
Arizona Department of Transportation, Photogrammetry and Mapping Section

no date 25.7 Arizona Landkarte. [No imprint], 1 sheet. (Text on reverse: "Arizona. Land der Abenteuer und Naturwunder".) [Credit is given to 1998/1999 data from Arizona Office of Tourism; map purchased new in 1998.]
Arizona Department of Transportation, Photogrammetry and Mapping Services

1989 25.6 Arizona Highways road atlas. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 56 pp. >Mon. 8: 8-7<
Arizona Department of Transportation, Roaside Development Services, Parkways, Historic and Scenic Roads Staff

1985 2.11979 Grand Canyon Highway scenic road application report; State Route 67, M.P. 580 to North Rim. Phoenix: Roadside Development Services, Arizona Deparment of Transportation, 68 pp. [Presented to Parkways, Historic and Scenic Roads Advisory Committee.]
Arizona Department of Transportation, Transportation Planning Division

1977 14.22 Grand Canyon; South Rim usage study, 1977. Arizona Department of Transportation, Transportation Planning Division, 109 pp. >Mon. 8: 7-14<
Arizona Department of Water Resources

2009 12.2267 Arizona water atlas. Volume 4. Upper Colorado River planning area. [No place]: Arizona Department of Water Resources, 412 pp.

2009 21.4659 Arizona water atlas. Volume 6. Western plateau planning area. [No place]: Arizona Department of Water Resources, 297 pp.

2009 12.2521 Arizona water atlas. Volume 7. Lower Colorado River planning area. [No place]: Arizona Department of Water Resources, 483 pp.

2010 12.2520 Arizona water atlas. Volume 1. Executive summary. [No place]: Arizona Department of Water Resources, 191 pp.

2014 12.4450 Arizona's next century: A strategic vision for water supply sustainability. [Phoenix]: Arizona Department of Water Resources, separately paginated sections [469 pp. total].
Arizona Department of Water Resources, Hydrology Division, WQARF Support Unit

2002 11.4884 Special well construction and abandonment procedures for Yuma Marine Corps Air Station CERCLA site. [No place]: Arizona Department of Water Resources, Hydrology Division, WQARF Support Unit, 10+ pp. [22 pp. total]. [Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund.] [U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Yuma.]
Arizona Development Board

no date 6.238 Arizona; land of adventure for young Americans. Phoenix: Arizona Development Board, [16] pp. [including wraps].

1953 26.516 Hank goes fishing. Arizona Development Board, 16-mm film, color, sound. 38:00. [Arizona tour. Hank is a Model-T Ford.]

1959 2.7899 Amazing Arizona; the vacation state of the nation. Phoenix: Arizona Development Board, [44] pp.

1960 2.7900 Amazing Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona Development Board, [44] pp.

1966 26.495 Amazing Arizona. Arizona Development Board, 16-mm motion picture, color, sound. 27:00.

1966 26.496 La maravellosa. Arizona Development Board, 16-mm motion picture, color, sound. 27:00. [Spanish-language version of Amazing Arizona.]

1969 2.7901 Amazing Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona Development Board, [44] pp.
Arizona Division of Emergency Management

2007 15.457 State of Arizona multi-hazard mitigation plan. Phoenix: Arizona Division of Emergency Management, 283 pp.
Arizona Engineering Commission

1923 12.479 Report based on reconnaissance investigation of Arizona land irrigable from the Colorado River. Phoenix: Arizona Engineering Commission, 72 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-6< Guidon 24, 25
Arizona Exposure

2011 25.310 Free map! Northern Arizona Exposure 2011. What's inside? Flagstaff, Arizona: Arizona Exposure, 1 sheet, 2 sides. [Promotional advertising brochure with illustrated regional map on verso.]
Arizona Fish Commission

no date 11.71 Report to His Excellency Frederick A. Tritle, Governor of the Territory of Arizona. [No place]: Arizona Fish Commission, 15 pp. [Ca. 1885. Stocking Colorado River with shad and carp.] Guidon 22
Arizona Game and Fish Department

no date 19.178 Arizona warmwater sportfisheries strategic plan; 1990-1995. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, 31 pp.

no date 6.494 Tassel-eared squirrels. Wild Kids (Arizona Game and Fish Department, Education Branch and the Heritage Fund), no. 3, p. [2].

no date 11.1457 Evaluation of trout stocking program in Lake Mohave. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, 10 pp. (Completion report, July 1, 1972-June 30, 1973.)

no date 20.45 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B1. Ecosystem Level Process and Lower Trophic Level. Phase II documentation, B1(1).] Effects of different flow regimes on primary production and organic matter and nutrient loading rates and budgets for the Glen Canyon Dam tailwater to Lee's Ferry. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.46 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B1. Ecosystem Level Process and Lower Trophic Level. Phase II documentation, B1(2).] Effects of operations of Glen Canyon Dam on the Gammarus lacustris in the Glen Canyon Dam tailwater. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.47 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B1. Ecosystem Level Process and Lower Trophic Level. Phase II documentation, B1(3).] Effects of varying flow levels on the algal and invertebrate species of the Glen Canyon Dam tailwater. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.52 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B3. Trout Studies. Phase II documentation, B3(1).] Effects of the operations of Glen Canyon Dam on the loss of trout spawning in the reach between Glen Canyon Dam and Lee's Ferry. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.53 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B3. Trout Studies. Phase II documentation, B3(2).] Effects of the operations of Glen Canyon Dam on the rate of stranding and mortality of naturally reproduced and stocked trout from Glen Canyon Dam to Lee's Ferry. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.54 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B3. Trout Studies. Phase II documentation, B3(3).] Effects of fluctuating flows on the age and growth relationships of stocked trout between Glen Canyon Dam and Lee's Ferry. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.57 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B4. Native Fish Studies. Phase II documentation, B4(1).] Identify the temporal and spatial distribution patterns and movements of early life history stages of fishes in the Little Colorado River. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.58 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B4. Native Fish Studies. Phase II documentation, B4(2).] Determine changes in environmental conditions in mainstream and tributary confluence areas for native fish rearing habitats under different flow regimes. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.59 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B4. Native Fish Studies. Phase II documentation, B4(3).] Determine the algal and invertebrate standing crops and their relative contributions to the diets of young native fish. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.60 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B4. Native Fish Studies. Phase II documentation, B4(4).] Determine the behavioral responses of larval to juvenile native fishes to changing environmental conditions in rearing habitats. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.61 [GCES Phase II. B. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Native Fish Studies in the Mainstem Colorado River and in the Little Colorado River. B4. Native Fish Studies. Phase II documentation, B4(5).] Determine the age structure and growth rates of native fishes related to hydrologic and thermal conditions. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 11.1923 Yuma area fishing holes. [No place]: Arizona Game and Fish Department, [4] pp. [Ca. 2010.]

1960 19.2821 Report on the fishing, hunting and recreational aspects of the proposed Bridge and Marble Canyon Colorado River projects. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, 30 pp. [Bridge Canyon Dam, Marble Canyon Dam.]

1977 9.28 Arizona fishin' holes; a guide to popular fishing waters and facilities in Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, [32] pp.

1990 19.179 Arizona coldwater sportfisheries strategic plan; 1991-1995. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, 30 pp.

1994 19.180 Department newsletters; July 16, 1945 and July 31, 1945; from the files. In: Carr, John N. (collector), It was a rough road! . . . and other Arizona Game and Fish stories. Phoenix: Heart Track Publications, pp. 34-37. [Arizona Game and Fish Department anecdotes; ellipsis is part of title. See p. 35, fishing Havasu Creek.]

1996 19.2080 Ecology of Grand Canyon backwaters. Final report prepared for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Flagstaff, Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, cooperative agreement no. 9-FC-40-07940.

1998 19.2244 Biological Evaluation: Establishment of new populations of Kanab ambersnail in Grand Canyon (Coconino County, Arizona). [Phoenix:] Arizona Game and Fish Department, for Grand Canyon National Park, 25 pp.

1998 19.2176 Draft Environmental Assessment: Establishment of a new wild population of Kanab ambersnail in Grand Canyon. [Phoenix:] Arizona Game and Fish Department, for National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, 47 pp. (Prepared by Jeff A. Sorensen, Dennis M. Kubly, and W. Michael Mallett.)

1999 19.3374 Lees Ferry tailwater fishery research and monitoring activities, 1999. Arizona Game and Fish Department, Research Branch, Fishery Fact Sheet [no number], [8] pp. (Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center Cooperative Agreement 1425-97-FC-40-22690.)

2003 19.2461 Arizona's native fish heritage. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, 36 pp.

2004 11.1204 Invasive mussels discovered on a houseboat at Lake Mead. Outdoors Now, 4(4)(July):22.

2004 6.495 Arizona wildlife; mammals. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, Education Branch, 34 pp.

2011 19.3400 California Condors in Arizona and Utah. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, folded brochure.

2011 19.4015 (with Arizona, Coconino County; and Arizona Wildlife Linkages Workgroup) The Coconino County Wildlife Connectivity Assessment: Report on stakeholder input. [No place]: Arizona Game and Fish Department, 52 pp.

2012 19.3703 Arizona hunters deserve recognition re: condors; majority of hunters n Arizona's condor range voluntarily join lead-reduction efforts. Western Outdoor Times, 8(8)(October/November):11.

2013 13.3205 Arizona Game and Fish Commission votes to approach federal agencies about using department resources to maintain hunting and fishing access. Predator's Pride (Arizona Predator Callers, Mesa, Arizona), (October):6. [Regarding closure of federal lands during the U.S. government economic shutdown in October 2013. Apparently a transcription of a press release.]
Arizona Game and Fish Department, Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program

no date 19.2844 California condors; could they fly in Arizona skies again? Phoenix: Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, Arizona Game and Fish Department, folded sheet [6 pp.]. [1995?]
Arizona Game and Fish Department, Nongame Branch

____ 19.181 California Condor: Project Update. [Various dates. Issued periodically, 1996-.]

1996 19.2243 Wildlife of special concern in Arizona (public review draft). Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, Nongame Branch, 8 pp.
Arizona Game and Fish Department, Publications Branch, Information and Education Division

1991 9.29 Arizona fishin' holes; a guide to popular fishing waters and facilities in Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona Game and Fish Department, revised, 32 pp.
Arizona Game and Fish Department; California Department of Boating and Waterways; and Nevada Department of Wildlife

no date 2.12677 Tri-state Colorado River boating safety guide. [No place]: Arizona Game and Fish Department, California Department of Boating and Waterways, and Nevada Department of Wildlife, folded large-format sheet.
Arizona Geological Society

2011 11.3010 Veterans' Day weekend AGS field trip 2011 (November 10-13, 2011); 3½-day/3-night trip out of Yuma; Origin of the Salton Sea. Arizona Geological Society Newsletter, (August):5.
Arizona Geological Survey

1998 24.3 3-D stereo topographical map of Arizona. Arizona Geological Survey, Map 32, 1 sheet, scale 1:750,000, contour interval 100 feet. (Stereo contours produced by American Stereo Map Co., Salt Lake City.) [To be used with red-blue glasses.]

2012 21.5841 Arizona is earthquake country. Arizona Geological Survey, Down-To-Earth Series, no. 21, 44 pp. [Contributors: Michael Conway, Jeri Young, Phil Pearthree, and Lisa Linville. "We drew heavily from California, Utah and Nevada earthquake preparedness publications, e.g., 'Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country' and 'Living on Shaky Ground', for the structure and content of this booklet." (p. [ii])]
Arizona Geothermal Commercialization Team

1980 11.6211 Geothermal development plan: Yuma County. Arizona Geological Survey, Open-File Report 80-8, 22 pp. (Don H. White, principal investigator; Larry A. Goldstone, project manager.)

1980 11.6217 Geothermal development plan: northern Arizona. Arizona Geological Survey, Open-File Report 80-10, 50 pp. (Don H. White, principal investigator; Larry A. Goldstone, project manager.)

1980 21.6331 Geothermal development plan: northern Arizona. Arizona Geological Survey, Open-File Report 80-10, 50 pp. (Don H. White, principal investigator; Larry A. Goldstone, project manager.)
Arizona Good Roads Association

1913 2.1143 Arizona Good Roads Association illustrated road maps and tour book. Prescott, Arizona: Arizona Good Roads Association, 200 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1987 2.1144 Arizona Good Roads Association illustrated road maps and tour book. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 200 pp. [Facsimile reprinting.] >Mon. 8: 1-9< FQ10:11 FQ11:18 FQ13:16 [1992] FQ13A:9 [1992] FQ17:23
Arizona Highway Department

1965 14.21 Grand Canyon traffic survey, Grand Canyon National Park, 1965. Phoenix: Arizona Highway Department, 51 pp. >Mon. 8: 7-14<
Arizona Highway Department, Planning Survey Division; and U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads

1965 13.411 Grand Canyon traffic survey; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. [No imprint], 51+ pp. (In cooperation with U.S. National Park Service.)
Arizona Highway Department, Travel Bureau

no date 2.1145 Scenic Arizona. [Issued by] Arizona Highway Commission, [36] pp. [Ca. 1940.] >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Arizona Highways

no date 26.13 The Grand Canyon; the ever changing moods of the canyon. Phoenix: Audio Records of Arizona, 1 record (33-1/3 rpm) and 70 35-mm slides. [Ca. 1960.] >Mon. 8: 12-13<

1958 17.31 Indians of Arizona [special issue]. Arizona Highways, 34(8).

1958 2.1146 [Colorado River issue.] Arizona Highways, 34(6):1-40. >Mon. 8: 1-9<

1967 17.435 Arizona Highways presents a treasury of Arizona's colorful Indians. Phoenix: Arizona Highways.

1983 2.1147 [Special Lake Mead-Lake Mohave issue.] Arizona Highways, 59(5)(May). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1983 2.1148 [Special Arizona Strip issue.] Arizona Highways, 59(8)(August). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1987 26.14 Arizona Highways presents the Grand Canyon. Lorne Greene, narrator. Phoenix: Arizona Highways. Video. >Mon. 8: 12-7<

1987 25.8 Map of Arizona 1912. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, scale approx. 1 in. = 10 mi. >Mon. 8: 8-5<

1988 26.15 Lake Powell and the Canyon Country. William Shatner, narrator. Phoenix: Arizona Highways. Video. 58:10.

1994 25.9 A travel guide and map; Indian ruins of the Southwest. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1 sheet, text on reverse. [Also accompanies Cheek (1994), A.D. 1250.]

1994 2.1149 Enter the Grand Canyon 75th anniversary contest. Arizona Highways, 70(2):12-13. [Answers: See Arizona Highways, 70(5):46. Contest winners: See Arizona Highways, 70(11):46.]

1995 2.1150 River rafting through the Grand Canyon. In: Friends Travel Adventures [section]. Arizona Highways, 71(3):45. [Friends of Arizona Highways trip announcement.]

1995 2.1151 Friends backcountry hikes include wild Paria Canyon. In: Friends Travel Adventures [section]. Arizona Highways, 71(4):45. [Friends of Arizona Highways trip announcement.]

1997 2.1152 Classic scenes of a timeless land. Arizona Highways, 73(4):cover, 12-24. [Photo spread.]

2003 2.9741 Three views of the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 79(12):cover, inside cover-1, 4-7, back cover. [An introduction to a three-part feature in this issue; see Scott Thybony, Craig Childs, and Gregory McNamee.]

2005 2.10228 Pristine places; a portfolio; our photographers share their secret spots, far from the public eye. Arizona Highways, 81(4):inside front cover-1, 24-43. (See "A lone hiker atop a dramatic Navajo sandstone bluff faces the last rays of the setting sun in the Paria Canon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness" by Ralph Lee Hopkins; "Toroweap Overlook" by George Stocking, pp. 24-25; "Marble Viewpoint" by Jerry Sieve, pp. 28-29; "The Paria Plateau" by Randy Prentice, pp. 38-39; and "Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness" by Jack Dykinga, pp. 42-43.)
Arizona Highways Magazine, Contributors

2002 9.601 Hiking Arizona; urban trails, easy paths and overnight treks (Evelyn Howell, ed.). Phoenix: Arizona Highways Books, 160 pp.
Arizona Highways, Editors

1940 2.1153 Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 16(8):29-31.

1940 2.1154 Trout fishing in the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 16(8):37.
Arizona Historical Society

no date 26.533 Pictorial history of Arizona. Tucson: Arizona Historical Society. 9 color filmstrips. ["Apacheria", "Arizona Comes of Age", "Arizona in the Civil War", "Coming of the King's Captains: Cross and Sword of Pimeria Alta", "Mineral Empire", "Outlawry and Justice", "Physical Arizona: Dwellers of the Land", "Ranching and Farming", "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow". Designed to be used with the book, Arizona Pageant; a short history of the forty-eighth state.]

1986 2.15652 Arizona Women's Hall of Fame 1986. Phoenix: Arizona Historical Society, Central Arizona Division, 97 pp.

2010 2.18649 Arizona-Nevada History Convention, Aquarius Casino Resort, Laughlin, NV, April 15-18, 2010. Tucson: Arizona Historical Society, 16 pp. [including wraps]. [Program. Cover: Hoover Dam. Regarding Grand Canyon and lower Colorado River region also see in program listings sessions for: "The Colorado River", p. 5; "Art and Visual Culture", p. 6; "National Parks", p. 8; "Colorado River Museum/Davis Dam Tour", p. 14; "Kingman/Hoover Dam/Boulder City Museum Tour", p. 15.]

2010 2.13251 Arizona Historical Society; 2009 annual report. Tucson: Arizona Historical Society, [6-page fold-out brochure]. [Includes Grand Canyon photos of Emery and Ellsworth Kolb and photos of cameras.]
Arizona Hospitality Research and Resource Center

2005 14.432 Grand Canyon National Park, northern Arizona; South Rim study. Flagstaff: Arizona Hospitality Research and Resource Center, School of Hotel and Restaurant Management, Northern Arizona University, 91 pp.

2005 14.433 Grand Canyon National Park, northern Arizona; North Rim study. Flagstaff: Arizona Hospitality Research and Resource Center, School of Hotel and Restaurant Management, Northern Arizona University, 130 pp.
Arizona Legislature

1866 2.13713 Acts, resolutions and memorials, adopted by the Second Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the sixth day and ended on the thirtieth day of December, A.D. 1865, at Prescott. Prescott: Office of the Arizona Miner, 98 pp. [See: "Memorial; Asking Congress for an Appropriation to Improve the Navigation of the Colorado River.", pp. 77-78; "Memorial; Asking Congress tht the tract of Land in the bend of the Colorado River, opposite Fort Yuma, be attached to the Territory of Arizona.", p. 79; "Memorial; Asking Congress that a Reservation for the Yavapai, Pah-Ute, and Hualapai Indians, and for the Friendly Apaches, be fixed upon the Lower Gila; and that the Military force in the Territory be increased.", p. 82; "Organic Act of Arizona.", of February 24, 1863, pp. 85-86; "Organic Act of New Mexico, with the Amendments Thereto.", of September 9, 1850, pp. 87-94.]

1871 2.16129 Resources of Arizona Territory; with a description of the Indian tribes; ancient ruins, Cochise, Apache chief; Antonio, Pima chief; stage and wagon roads; trade and commerce, etc. By authority of the Legislature. San Francisco: Francis and Valentine, 31 pp.
Arizona Mining Association

1971 26.544 Arizona History I Manual. Phoenix: Arizona Mining Association. [Containing two overhead transparencies, "Missionaries" and "Explorers".]
Arizona Mountaineering Club

2013 2.20134 Save the date; September 28-29, 2013; don't miss AMC's annual Grand Canyon clean-up, climb and chile cook-off. The Arizona Mountaineer (Phoenix), (June):. [Full-page pictorial notice.]
Arizona National Forests Socioeconomic Assessment Team

2005 14.834 Socioeconomic assessment of the Kaibab National Forest. Tucson: University of Arizona, School of Natural Resources, Arizona National Forests Socioeconomic Assessment Team, for Kaibab National Forest, Williams, Arizona, and U.S. Forest Service, Region 3, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 145 pp.
Arizona News Service

2008 2.12142 John Hance, canyon pioneer. In: Arizona Capitol Times (compiler), Barry Gartell (ed.), Times past; reflections from Arizona History. Phoenix: Arizona Capitol Times, pp. 184-185. [Originally published in Arizona Capitol Times, March 21, 1990.]
Arizona Now

1989 2.1155 Arizona Now. Premier Collectors Issue. (Corporate Relocation, Inc., publisher). 80 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Arizona Office of Economic Planning and Development; and Arizona, Office of the Governor

1975 17.739 The comprehensive plan of the Havasupai Tribe. Phoenix: Office of the Governor, variously paginated [115 pp.].
Arizona Office of Tourism

no date 9.731 Aruzona nihon-jin no tame no bazita gaido. Arizona visitor's guide for Japanese. Phoenix: Arizona Office of Tourism. [Various dates; ca. 1990s. Spine title in English.]

no date 2.1156 Tours around the Grand Canyon area. Phoenix: Arizona Office of Tourism, folded pamphlet. [1982.] >Mon. 8: 12-8<

no date 2.17214 Arizona. ¿Alguien lo habrá visto todo? Phoenix: Arizona Office of Tourism, [16] pp. [including wraps]. [1978-1986.]

2001 2.9175 Arizona roads 2001; celebrating the 75th anniversary of Route 66. Phoenix: Arizona Office of Tourism, large folded sheet.

2004 2.10104 Arizona; the Grand Canyon State. 2004 official state visitor's guide. Phoenix: Arizona Office of Tourism, 128 pp.
Arizona Petroleum Map Service

no date 11.5865 (compiler) Exploratory oil and gas wells of the state of Arizona as of September 1, 1961. In: Oil, gas and helium in Arizona; its occurrence and potential. [No place]: Arizona Development Board, for Arizona Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, pp. 89-100. [1961.]

no date 21.6292 (compiler) Exploratory oil and gas wells of the state of Arizona as of September 1, 1961. In: Oil, gas and helium in Arizona; its occurrence and potential. [No place]: Arizona Development Board, for Arizona Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, pp. 89-100. [1961.]
Arizona Pilots Association

2007 2.12038 Help the Arizona Pilot's [sic] Association save the Tuweep airstrip (L50). The Aviator (League of Extraordinary Aviators), 2(2)(November 14):3-4. [Excerpts from the Arizona Pilots Association website.]
Arizona Policy Forum

2004 12.4213 Arizona water policy revisited. Phoenix: Arizona Policy Forum, 39 pp. ("Prepared for The Arizona Policy Forum".)
Arizona Power Authority

1958 12.1361 Preliminary planning report; Colorado River development within the state of Arizona; Colorado River projects. Chicago: Harza Engineering Co., 200+ pp.

1958 13.412 Fourteenth annual report of the Arizona Power Authority; for the period July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958. Phoenix: Arizona Power Authority, 32 pp. [Includes information on Grand Canyon Dam projects; cover topic. Cover and title-page include: "More Power for Arizona; Where Water is Power and Power is Water".]

1959 12.2006 Colorado River project; Bridge Canyon development, Marble Canyon development, Little Colorado River development; ammendment to application for license, Project 248. Phoenix: Arizona Power Authority, variously paginated. ("Before the Federal Power Commission".)
Arizona Public Service

no date 26.517 Hiding a line in the Grand Canyon. Phoenix: Arizona Public Service, 16-mm film, color, sound. 26:00. [Electric power line.]

no date 26.502 Arizonarama. Phoenix: Arizona Public Service, 16-mm film, color, sound. 25:00.
Arizona Rare Plant Committee

2001 19.3060 Arizona rare plant field guide; a collaboration of agencies and organizations. [No place]: Arizona Rare Plant Committee, 1 volume (loose-leaf). Issued by U.S. Forest Service, printed by U.S. Government Printing Office.]
Arizona Rivers Coalition

no date 18.121 Arizona rivers; lifeblood of the desert; a citizen's proposal for the protection of rivers in Arizona. Second printing (revised). Arizona Rivers Coalition, 119 pp. [1991?]

1991 2.1157 Arizona rivers, lifeblood of the desert (foreword by Bruce Babbitt). [No place?]: Arizona Rivers Coalition, 197 pp. (see pp. 152-172). >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Arizona Society of Civil Engineers

2002 12.1985 Distinguished Arizona civil engineers. [No place]: Arizona Society of Civil Engineers. [In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Includes National Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks: Navajo Bridge, Hoover Dam, Glen Canyon Dam, Grand Canyon Railway.]
Arizona State Board of Equalization

1912 2.13058 Grand Canyon Railway Company. State Board of Equalization of Arizona, Proceedings, (June):46-48. [Valuations of rail line and associated telegraph line, Williams to Grand Canyon.]
Arizona State College

no date 1.193 Arizoniana; Arizona State College, Special Collections. [Flagstaff, Arizona]: Arizona State College, [8] pp. [1960s.]
Arizona State College at Flagstaff

1963 32.3 Third Arizona Town Hall on elementary and high school education in Arizona, October 14-16, 1963: Research report, recommendations, and list of participants. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 194 pp. (Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon, 1963. On spine: "Elementary and high school education in Arizona".) [Publication date uncertain.]
Arizona State Committee on Trails, Historic Trails Subcommittee

2004 25.177 Historic trails of Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona State Parks, folded sheet, texts on verso.
Arizona State Highway Commission

1935 25.343 State Highway Department road map of Arizona; 1935. Phoenix: Arizona State Highway Commission, 1 sheet (2 sides).
Arizona State Highway Department

no date 25.276 [County maps.] Phoenix: Arizona State Highway Department, scales 1:500,000.

1960 2.11939 Plan and profile of proposed state highway, Cameron-Navajo Bridge, Coconino County. Phoenix: Arizona State Highway Department, [unpaginated]. ["FL 4(8)".]

1964 25.12 Atlas of Yuma County. Phoenix: Arizona State Highway Department, 26 pp.
Arizona State Land Department

2006 25.295 Military training routes/Coconino County. [Phoenix]: Arizona State Land Department, scale 1:445,000. [Data from Luke Air Force Base, 2003.]

2006 25.296 Military training routes/La Paz County. [Phoenix]: Arizona State Land Department, scale 1:205,000. [Data from Luke Air Force Base, 2003.]

2006 25.297 Military training routes/Mohave County. [Phoenix]: Arizona State Land Department, scale 1:455,000. [Data from Luke Air Force Base, 2003.]

2006 25.298 Military training routes/Yuma County. [Phoenix]: Arizona State Land Department, scale 1:235,000. [Data from Luke Air Force Base, 2003.]

2010 25.299 Arizona surface management responsibility. Phoenix: Arizona State Land Department, scale 1:800,000.
Arizona State Land Office

2009 13.3105 Colorado River sovereign lands. Phoenix: Arizona State Land Office, 2 pp. [Fact sheet regarding boundary issues.]
Arizona State Library Association, Children's Services Roundtable

1992 1.9 Arizona heritage: Bibliography of materials and directory of authors, illustrators and storytellers for teachers, librarians and parents. Arizona Humanities Council, 144 pp. (printing courtesy of The Arizona Republic/The Phoenix Gazette).
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records

2000 2.18575 Arizona State Board on Geographic and Historic Names (ASBGHN). In: Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records, Annual Report, 1997-2000, pp. 387-390. [See under "Report of Accomplishments 1997-2000", under "1997-1998": "EMOGO Point--Commemorative new name for apoint on the North Tonto Platform in the Grand Canyon National Park (Rejected)" (p. 390). (entire note) N.B.: "EMOGO" is an acronym contrived from the names of the three World War II Army parachutists who landed inside the Grand Canyon in 1944, Embank, Cruickshank (whose nickname was "Mo"), and Goldblum.]
Arizona State Parks

1988 9.30 Arizona's other lakes. [Phoenix]: Arizona State Parks, [unpaginated]. >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-5<

1989 9.31 Arizona rivers and streams guide. Phoenix: Arizona State Parks, 182 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-5<

1995 9.32 Arizona rivers and streams guide. Phoenix: Arizona State Parks, revised ed., 182 pp.

1995 9.33 Arizona state trails guide. One of four guides highlighting the trails of the Arizona State Trails System. Phoenix: State Trails Program, Partnerships Division, Arizona State Parks, and Arizona State Committee on Trails (ASCOT), 3rd ed., loose-leaf, individually paginated by section. (Cover leaf title: Trails of central and southwestern deserts. Arizona State Trails System, Guide no. 1 of 4, third edition.) [Includes lower Colorado River region.]

1995 9.34 Arizona state trails guide. One of four guides highlighting the trails of the Arizona State Trails System. Phoenix: State Trails Program, Partnerships Division, Arizona State Parks, and Arizona State Committee on Trails (ASCOT), 3rd ed., loose-leaf, individually paginated by section. (Cover leaf title: Trails of northern Arizona (canyons, mesas, central highlands). Arizona State Trails System, Guide no. 2 of 4, third edition.)

1997 9.35 Trails of Arizona; supplement. Phoenix: Arizona State Parks, loose-leaf, individually paginated by region. (Cover leaf adds: "Includes: 48 New Trails[,] 52 Revised Trails". Cover leaf also notes: "This document is a supplement to the Arizona State Trails System Guide for all regions and all previous editions.")

2003 9.640 The Arizona State Trails guide. Zone 2. Phoenix: Arizona State Parks, 65 leaves. (“A complete guide to the trails of the Arizona State Trails System. Each card includes trail description, map to trailhead, elevation profile, facility information, allowed trail uses, contact information, and much more.”) [Zone 2 is northwestern Arizona. Packaged with Zone 1 (northeastern Arizona, 79 leaves).] [Paper wrapper housing individual cards; housed in plastic folder with plastic snap clasp.]

2003 9.1039 The Arizona State Trails guide. Zone 4. Phoenix: Arizona State Parks, 123 leaves. ("A complete guide to the trails of the Arizona State Trails System. Each card includes trail description, map to trailhead, elevation profile, facility information, allowed trail uses, contact information, and much more.") [Zone 4 is southwestern Arizona and central desert area.] [Paper wrapper housing individual cards; housed in plastic folder with plastic snap clasp.]

2004 9.652 Historic trails of Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona State Parks, 1 large fold-out sheet.
Arizona State Tax Commission

1919 32.57 Report of Proceedings of the Arizona Tax Conference; Seventh Annual Session, El Tovar Hotel, Grand Canyon, Arizona, July twenty-first to twenty-sixth 1919. [No imprint], 236 [237] pp.
Arizona State Teachers College Choir

1944 27.98 Shrine of the Ages. Grand Canyon Easter Sunrise Service. [Flagstaff, Arizona: Arizona State Teachers College Choir], two 78-rpm disks. Eldon A. Ardrey, Musical Director; J. Howard Pyle, Producer, NBC-KTAR.
Arizona State University

1964 32.4 Fifth Arizona Town Hall on revision of Arizona's constitution, October 12-14, 1964; research report, recommendations and list of participants. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 199 pp. (5th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon, 1964. On spine: "Revision of Arizona's constitution".) [Publication date uncertain.]

1968 32.5 Thirteenth Arizona Town Hall on traffic and highways; research report, recommendations and list of participants. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 173 pp. (13th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon, 1968. On spine: "Traffic and highways".)

1974 32.6 25th Arizona Town Hall, October, 1974; The problems of transportation, people and products. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 71 pp. (25th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon.)

1975 32.7 27th Arizona Town Hall; The problem of crime in Arizona: how do we solve it? Research report, prepared by Arizona State University, Center of Criminal Justice. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 210 pp. (27th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon, 1975.)

1976 32.8 29th Town Hall; Arizona's economy--yesterday, today, and tomorrow: Research report, prepared by Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona; sponsored by the Arizona Academy. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 117 pp. (29th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon, 1976.)

1995 21.108 Conflict of water and fire; remote sensing imagery of the Uinkaret volcanic field, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Presentation at Fifth Annual JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop, Pasadena, California, January 23-26, 1995. (National Technical Information Service, N95-33795/2NEG.)
Arizona Supreme Court

1904 13.2588 (8 Ariz. 341) Buggeln v. Doe, Dist. Atty. (Supreme Court of Arizona. March 26, 1904.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 76, containing all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Court of Appeals of Colorado. Permanent edition. April 25-July 4, 1904. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., p. 458. (National Reporter System.--State Series.) [E. M. Doe.]

1907 13.2587 (11 Ariz. 200) Buggeln et al. v. Cameron et al. (Supreme Court of Arizona. May 25, 1907.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 90, containing all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Courts of Appeal of California. Permanent edition. June 10-August 12, 1907. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., pp. 324-328. (National Reporter System.--State Series.)

1908 13.2564 Grand Canyon R. Co. v. Treat, Treasurer, etc., et al. (Supreme Court of Arizona. March 27, 1908.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 95, containing all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Courts of Appeal of California. Permanent edition. May 11-June 29, 1908. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., pp. 187-192. (National Reporter System.--State Series.) [Grand Canyon Railroad Co. v. J. R. Treat, treasurer and ex officio tax collector of Coconino County.]

1910 13.2591 (Civil No. 989. Filed March 25, 1907.) (90 Pac. 324.) Martin Buggeln et al., plaintiffs and appellants, v. Miles J. Cameron et al., defendants and appellees. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports and cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona from March, 1907, to March, 1908. Volume eleven. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 200-212.

1911 13.2616 (Civil No. 1080. Filed March 20, 1909.) (100 Pac. 820.) Elmer H. Duffield, petitioner, v. Henry F. Ashurst, as District Attorney of Coconino County, Arizona Territory, respondent. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports and cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona from March, 1908, to March , 1909. Volume twelve. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 360-372.

1911 13.2858 (Civil No. 1032. Filed March 27, 1908.) (95 Pac. 187.) Grand Canyon Railway Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. J. R. Treat, as Treasurer and Ex Officio Tax Collector of the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, and the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, Defandants and Appellees. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona. From March, 1908, to March, 1909. Volume twelve. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 69-84.

1911 13.2859 (Civil No. 1032. Filed march 20, 1909.) (100 Pac. 438.) J. R. Treat, as Treasurer and Ex Officio Tax Collector of the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, and the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, Defandants and Appellants, v. Grand Canyon Railway Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff and Appellee. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona. From March, 1908, to March, 1909. Volume twelve. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 117-118.

1918 13.2601 (19 Ariz. 246) Cameron v. Bass. (No. 1534.) (Supreme Court of Arizona. Nov. 8, 1917.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 168, Permanent edition, comprising all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and of the Courts of Appeal of California and Criminal Court of Appeals of Oklahoma. November 19, 1917-January 7, 1918. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., pp. 645-648. [Tresspassing injunction.]

1919 13.2600 (Civil No. 1534. Filed November 8, 1917.) (168 Pac. 645.) Ralph Cameron, Appellant, v. W. W. Bass, Appellee. In: Birdsall, Alice M. (reporter), Report of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona from May 19, 1917, to July 19, 1918. Volume 19. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 246-254. [Tresspassing injunction.]
Arizona Territorial Board of Equalization

1906 2.21687 Proceedings of the Territorial Board of Equalization of Arizona. June, 1906. [No imprint.] [See "The Grand Canyon Railway Company", p. 12.]

1910 2.19307 Proceedings of the Territorial Board of Equalization of Arizona. June, 1910. [No imprint.] [See "Grand Canyon Railway Company", pp. 17-18.]

1911 2.19308 Proceedings of the Territorial Board of Equalization of Arizona. June, 1911. [No imprint.] [See "Grand Canyon Railway Company", pp. 21-22.]
Arizona Territory, Legislative Assembly

1868 13.3210 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Fourth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the fourth day of September, and ended on the seventh day of October, A. D. 1867, at Prescott. Prescott: Office of the Arizona Miner. [See p. 24: "An Act for the removal of the county seat of Pah Ute County" (removed from Callville to St. Thomas, both now in the State of Nevada); and "An Act permitting agriciultural products grown on the Colorado River bottom within Californ ia to be sold in the Territory of Arizona without license."]

1889 13.2788 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Fifteenth Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the twenty-first day of January, A. D. 1889. Prescott: Office of the Courier, 119 pp. [See pp. 54-55, "No. 28. An Act. To Encourage the Construction of Railroads to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado."]

1903 13.2874 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Twenty-second Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the nineteenth day of January, A. D. 1903; Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix: H. H. McNeil Co. [See pp. 182-183: "No. 1. House Memorial." in opposition to a bill then "pending before the Congress of the United States providing the for annexation to the State of Utah of all that portion of the Territory of Arizona lying north and west of the Colorado river . . . ."

1905 13.2878 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Twenty-third Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the sixteenth day of January, A. D. 1905; Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix: H. H. McNeil Co. [See Memorial II (pp. 156-157), in opposition to a bill then pending for the U.S. Congress "for the annexation to the State of Utah of all that portion of the Territory of Arizona lying north and west of the Colorado river . . . ."]

1909 13.2875 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Twenty-fifth Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the eighteenth day of January, A. D. 1909; Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix: McNeil Co., Printers. [See: Memorial V (p. 224), in support of House Resolution 22093, "a Bill 'Granting Right of Way over certain Sections of the Grand Canyon Monument Reserve in Arizona, to the Grand Canyon Scenic Railroad Company.'"; Memorial VI (pp. 224-225), favoring the cancellation of land allotments to the Navajo west of the Little Colorado River; Memorial VIII (pp. 227-228), favoring "the Acquisition of Certain Territory from the Government of Mexico, and Annexing the Same to the Territory of Arizona", in the Colorado River region; Memorial IX (pp. 228-229), in opposition to U.S. Congress bills on the annexation of Arizona territory north and west of the Colorado River to Utah; Memorial X (pp. 229-231), favoring petitions relating to the rights of navigation on the lower Colorado River in Mexico; Memorial XII, in favor of a U.S. congressional appropriation of $200,000 for the contrution of a wagon bridge across the Colorado River at Yuma".]
Arizona Territory. Legislative Assembly.

1883 12.3476 Memorial No. 8. In: Laws of the Territory of Arizona[,] Twelfth Legislative Assembly; also, Memorials and Resolutions. Prescott: Daily and Weekly Arizona Miner, Steam-Printing Office, pp. 301-302. ["Resolved, That our Delegate to Congress be requested to use every honorable effort to secure from the general government an appropriation of one hundred and twenty-five thousand ($125,000) dollars, to be used in improving the navigation of the Colorado River between Fort Yuma and a point thirty miles above Rioville, the junction of the Virgin and Colorado Rivers, under the proper management of competent engineers, for the purpose of making said stream permanently navigable between the points above named."]

1897 12.3225 The prison contract. In: Journals of the nineteenth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Sesison begun on the eighteenth day of January, A. D. 1897. Phoenix: Herald Book and Job Print., p. 64 ff. [Regarding the use of labor from the Territorial Prison at Yuma under a contract system with the Arizona Improvement Company, for work on canals and their appurtenant works.]
Arizona Trail Association

2003 25.193 39; Grand Canyon North Rim. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 39 of the Arizona Trail. Map produceed by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.194 40a; Kaibab Plateau South S. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 40a of the Arizona Trail, southern portion of Kaibab Plateau South passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.195 40b; Kaibab Plateau South N. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 40b of the Arizona Trail, northern portion of Kaibab Plateau South passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.196 41a; Kaibab Plateau Central S. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 41a of the Arizona Trail, southern portion of Kaibab Plateau Central passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.197 41b; Kaibab Plateau Central N. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 41b of the Arizona Trail, northern portion of Kaibab Plateau Central passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.198 42a; Kaibab Plateau North S. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 42a of the Arizona Trail, southern portion of Kaibab Plateau North passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.199 42b; Kaibab Plateau North N. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 42b of the Arizona Trail, northern portion of Kaibab Plateau North passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.200 43; Buckskin Mountain. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 43 of the Arizona Trail. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2010 2.12568 Arizona Trail; America's new National Scenic Trail; special edition newsletter, 2010. Phoenix: Arizona Trail Association, [8] pp.

2011 2.15039 Gateway communities; special edition newsletter, 2011. Phoenix: Arizona Trail Association, [8] pp.
Arizona Water Institute

2006 12.3583 Enhancing water supply reliability; an interdisciplinary research project to enhance predictive capacity on the Colorado River. Final report Phase I. [Tucson]: Arizona Water Institute, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 112 pp. (Memorandum of transmittal from Katharine Jacobs, Arizona Water Institute, on behalf of Bonnie Colby, Bart Nijssen, Dave Meko, and Peter Troch, University of Arizona.)
Arizona Wilderness Alliance

2005 13.2287 Arizona Wilderness Alliance. In: Mixed Reviews; some other opinions [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 7(2)(Winter):18-19. [Colorado River Management Plan.]
Arizona Wilderness Coalition

2002 13.3108 Grand Canyon-Parashant and Vermilion Cliffs National Monuments; wilderness proposal. [No place]: Arizona Wilderness Coalition, 275 pp.
Arizona, Ecological Services Office; and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Southwest Regional Office

2012 11.3494 Endangered and Threatened wildlife and plants; designation of Revised Critical Habitat for the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. Federal Register, 77(134)(July 12):41147-41161.
Arizona, Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee

2009 15.540 Arizona Interagency Radio System (AIRS) State Plan; Standard operating procedures and national interoperability shared channels. [No imprint], 28 pp.
Arizona-Colorado River Conference Committee

1923 12.478 Statement before the Federal Power Commission by the Arizona-Colorado River Conference Committee concerning the development and utilization of the resources of the Colorado River. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 17 pp. FQ8:68 Guidon 23
Arizona. Coconino County.

2003 2.21861 Coconino County Comprehensive Plan; a conservation-based comprehensive planning partnership. Flagstaff, Arizona: The Comprehensive Planning Partnership, Coconino County Community Development Department, separately paginated sections [195 pp. total].
Arizona. Governor's Drought Task Force

2004 12.4193 Arizona Drought Preparedness Plan; background and impact assessment section. [Phoenix]: Governor's Drought Task force, separately paginated sections [388 pp. total].
Arizona. Legislature

1918 13.2929 Session laws of Arizona (Grand Canyon National Park). Acts, resolutions and memorials of the First Special Session, Third Legislature, of the State of Arizona. [No imprint], 121 pp.
Arizona. Legislature.

1921 13.3211 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the regular session, Fourth Legislature of the State of Arizona. Tucson: Acme Printing Co. ("Publication Authorized . . . 1919. Re-publication Authorized . . . 1921.") [See p. 243: "Chapter 145. (House Bill No. 178.) An Act providing for the builidng of a road in Mohave County to be known as the Arizona section of the Arrowhead Trail and making an appropriation therefore." Approved March 22, 1919.]
Arizona. Mohave County

no date 13.3084 Diamond Bar Road corridor improvements; providing for the present--ensuring the future. Submitted to US DOT TIGER 2 grant request for Mohave County, Arizona, in partnership with the Hualapai Nation and the US DOT. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, 16 pp. + Appendix A, separately paginated sections [296 pp. total]. [Appendix A title page: "Diamond Bar Road Corridor Improvements, Mohave County and the Hualapai Tribal Nationa, TIGER II Grant Application".]

no date 17.1345 Diamond Bar Road corridor improvements; providing for the present--ensuring the future. Submitted to US DOT TIGER 2 grant request for Mohave County, Arizona, in partnership with the Hualapai Nation and the US DOT. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, 16 pp. + Appendix A, separately paginated sections [296 pp. total]. [Appendix A title page: "Diamond Bar Road Corridor Improvements, Mohave County and the Hualapai Tribal Nationa, TIGER II Grant Application".]

2009 17.1341 TIGER discretionary grant application; Mohave County, Arizona; Diamond Bar Road; providing for the environment, tourism, recreational access, private enterprise, interstate commerce, employment and economic stability. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, TIGER Discretionary Grants Program Manager, 23 pp. + appendices [64 pp. total]. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]

2009 13.2636 TIGER discretionary grant application; Mohave County, Arizona; Diamond Bar Road; providing for the environment, tourism, recreational access, private enterprise, interstate commerce, employment and economic stability. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, TIGER Discretionary Grants Program Manager, 23 pp. + appendices [64 pp. total]. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]

2011 17.1342 (with Hualapai Tribal Nation) TIGER discretionary grant application; proposed highway project; Diamond Bar Road reconstruction; providing for safety, mobility, commerce, employment, and environment. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, [ii], 18 pp. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]
Arizona. Mohave County, Superior Court

1921 11.5100 Tom Reed Gold Mines v. United Eastern Company. Abstract of decision by the Superior Court of Mohave County, Arizona. Mining and Scientific Press, 122(20)(May 14):677-681.
Arizona. Mohave County.

2005 2.21862 Mohave County, Arizona; General Plan. [No place]: Mohave County, revised, 205 [213] pp. ["Original text by Freilich, Leitner & Carlisle . . . Kansas City, Missouri", March 10, 1995. "Revised by Mohave County, December 2005."]

2010 15.690 Mohave County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, 2010. [No imprint], separately paginated sections. [With seals displayed for Mohave County, Arizona; Bullhead City; Colorado City; City of Kingman; and Lake Havasu City.]
Arkins, John

2000 13.1579 ". . . we really appreciate your volunteer efforts . . ." In: Flipped out--Letters to GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):36-37. [Ellipses are part of subsection title.]
Arldt, Th.

1907 11.2892 Ein neugebildeter grosser See. Naturwissenschaftliche Wochenschrift, new series, 6(17)(April 28):266-267. [Salton Sea.]
Arldt, Theodor

1919 21.100 Handbuch der Palaeogeographie. Band I: Palaeaktologie. Leipzig: Gebrüder Borntraeger, pp. 1-679. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1922 21.101 Handbuch der Palaeogeographie. Band II: Palaeogeographie. Leipzig: Gebrüder Borntraeger, pp. 681-1647. [Volume includes index for Bd. I, II.] >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Arline, Kenneth |New York Times|

1947 3.692 (June 1) The Southwest. Uranium deposits revealed in Colorado River basin. By Kenneth Arline. (p. E6) [Hack's Canyon.]
Arlt, A. W.

1954 12.2803 Hoover Dam, Boulder Canyon Project, Arizona-California-Nevada. In: Dams and control works. Denver: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 3rd ed., 33-46.
Armantrout, Brok

2005 13.3163 Boulder City Airport Master Plan/2020; a City of Boulder City aviation facility. Boulder City, Nevada: Boulder City Community Development Department, 58 [77] pp.
Armbruster, J. G.; Seeber, L.; Sorlien, C. C.; and Steckler, M. S.

1998 11.7411 Rotation vs. rifting in an extensional jog: Salton Trough, California [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 1998 Fall Meeting, Abstract S72A-08.
Arment, Chad, and Sucik, Nick

2002 19.2910 Dwarf horses of the Grand Canyon. North American BioFortean Review, 4(2)(9)(December):[78-80]. [Havasupai "pygmy" horses.]
Armentrout, David

1996 6.18 The biggest. Vero Beach, Florida: Rourke Press.
Armer, Laura Adams

1935 2.1160 Southwest. London, New York, and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 224 pp.

1960 19.4390 Tony the pony. Desert Magazine, 23(8)(August):12-13. [This "is the fifth in a series of articles by Mrs. Armer telling of her experiences in the land of the Navajos. This episode occurred in 1925." Includes photo (p. 12) with legend that repeats text from p. 13): "He [Mr. Armer] had been in Grand Canyon at the time certain very small ponies were found there. He photographed the finder and the ponies on the north bank of the canyon." Photograph depicts man with pony wrapped around his shoulders, standinig on edge of North Rim. Article does not discuss further.] [Miniature horses, so-called.] [See also Item no. 19.4391.]

1960 2.20733 Lee's Ferry in 1925. In: Letters From Our Readers [section]. Desert Magazine, 23(8)(August):6. [In reply to article by Frank Jensen in June issue (see Item no. 2.3678).]
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