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Loper, Bert

2002 2.8825 Bert Loper's testimony from the Colorado River Case. The Confluence, no. 25 (February), pp. 16-19, back cover. [Continued from no. 24, which is not cited here for absence of Grand Canyon content.]

2011 2.15773 Three boys and an old man. In: Newman, Lance (ed.) The Grand Canyon reader. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, pp. 137-141. [Previously unpublished.]
Loper, Nate

2014 28.1066 Nankoweep [sic]. Grand Canyon River Runner, (17)(Summer):2. [Photograph; view of Colorado River downstream from Nankoweap granaries.]
López de Gómara, Francisco

1554 2.21565 Chronica de la Nueva España con la conquista de Mexico; y otras cosas notables; hechas por el valeerosos Hernando Cortes . . . . Caragoca: [no imprint], cxiii pp.

1749 2.21566 Chronica de la Nueva España con la conquista de Mexico . . . . Madrid: Zúñiga. (Historiadores Primitivos de las Indias Occidentales, 2,2.)
Lopez de Gomára, Francisco; Chimalpahin Quauhtlehuanitzin, Domingo Francisco de San Antón Muñón; and Maria de Bustamante, Carlos

1826 2.17426 Historia de las conquistas de Hernando Cortés, escrita en Español por Francisco Lopez de Gomára, traducida al Mexicano y aprobada por verdadera por D. Juan Bautista de San Anton Muñon Chimalpain Quauhtlehuanitzin, Indio Mexicano. Publícala para instruccion de la juventud nacional, con varias notas y adiciones, Carlos Maria de Bustamante. Tomo II. México: Imprenta de la testamentarìa de Ontiveros, 187, 39+ pp. [See "Suerte que cupo á los españoles conquistadores de la América. Dios hace justicia a todos.", pp. 180-187. Includes lower Colorado River region. In Spanish.]
Lopez Pearce, Jessica C. [Pearce, Jessica L.]; Crossey, Laura J.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Gehrels, George; Pecha, Mark; Beard, L. Sue; and Wan, Elmira

2010 21.5423 Syntectonic deposition and paleohydrology of the spring-fed Hualapai Limestone and implications for the 6-5 Ma integration of the Colorado River system through the Grand Canyon [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 6 pp.
Lopez Pearce, Jessica C.; Crossey, Laura J.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Gehrels, George; Pecha, Mark; Beard, L. Sue; and Wan, Elmira

2011 21.5551 Syntectonic deposition and paleohydrology of the spring-fed Hualapai Limestone and implications for the 6-5 Ma integration of the Colorado River system through the Grand Canyon. In: Beard, L. Sue, Karlstrom, Karl E., Young, Richard A., and Billingsley, George H. (eds.), CRevolution 2--Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System, workshop abstracts; May 24-26, 2010, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2011-1210, pp. 180-185.
López Pérez, Mario; Gutiérrez Ramírez, José; and Rodríguez Rodríguez, Adriana

2012 11.6006 Análisis del efecto de la salinidad de las aguas superficiales del Río Colorado en proyectos donde se involucran las entregas de agua para México. In: XXII Congreso Nacional de Hidráulica, Acapulco, Guerrero, México, Noviembre 2012, 7 pp.
López Pineda, Leobardo

2010 11.5611 Riesgo sísmico en ciudades del noroeste de México. Nuestra Tierra (Universidad Nacionial Autónoma de México, Instituto de Geología, Estación Regional del Noroeste, Hermosillo, Sonora), (13)(June):4-10, [16] [back cover].
López Poblete, I.

2002 11.3442 Productividad orgánica primaria y curves fotosíntesis-irradiancía en la region del delta del Río Colorado. Master's thesis, Centro de Investigacion Cientifica y Education Superior de Ensenada.
López Sagágstegui, Catallina; Robles, Alejandro; and Hernández, Mara

2010 11.5731 (with Rosario Espinosa) Dialogo y construcción de acuerdos en el alto Golfo de California: El caso de alto golfo sustentable. [No place]: Centro de Colaboración Civica, A.C., for Programa de Creación de Capacidades para el Manejo Efectivo de las Areas Marinas Protegidas en el Golfo de California, 26 pp.
Lopez Zamora, Emelio

1962 12.815 El conflicto internacional del Rio Colorado. Revista Universitaria (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California), Año 1, Volume 2, (Mayo-Junio):19-44.

1963 12.816 La contaminacion de las aguas del Rio Colorado: Un conflicto internacional. Política, (March 1):3-13.

1963 12.817 La reforma agraria en Baja California: Sus antecedents y problemas fundamentales. Política, (March 1):14-23.
López, A.; Hernández, R.; and García, G.

1982 11.4125 Investigacion sobre la utilidad de los sensores remotos en la prospeccion de los recursos geotermicos en al area de Cerro Prieto. Survey on the remote sensors usefulness on the geothermal resources prospection at the Cerro Prieto, B.C., area. In: Actas. Proceedings. Cuarto Simposio sobre el Campo Geotermico de Cerro Prieto, Baja California, Mexico. Fourth Symposium on the Cerro Prieto geothermal field, Baja California, Mexico. Agosto 10-12, 1982, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México. Organizado por la/Sponsored by Comisión Federal de Electricidad, en cooperación con el/in cooperation with the United States Department of Energy, División [sic] of Geothermal Energy, en coordinación con el Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory y la Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, Baja California. [Volume 1.] Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 53-58.
López, Angel; Durán, Daniel; Tinajero, Víctor; and Dorantes, Rubén

2009 11.6007 Diseño de una planta desaladora de agua de mar con fuente de energía eólica. Caso de estudio: El municipio de Mexicali, Baja California. Aleph (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Azcapotzalco, México), 13(4)(January), Suplemento Ambiental, 4 pp.
Lopez, Barry

1981 2.4185 Into the earth. Plateau, 53(3):29-32. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1983 2.4186 Renegotiating the contracts. Parabola, 8 (Spring).

1988 2.4187 Crossing open ground. New York: Scribner's, 208 pp.

1989 2.4188 Crossing open ground. New York: Vintage Books, 208 pp.

1989 2.4189 Barry Lopez. In: Lyon, Thomas J. (ed.), This incomparable lande; a book of American nature writing. New York: Penguin Books, pp. 381-388. [From Lopez (1983).]

1998 2.4237 Gone back into the earth. In: Murray, John A. (ed.), The river reader. New York: Lyons Press, pp. 13-20. (A Nature Conservancy Book.) [Reprinted from Lopez (1988).]

1998 2.14637 About this life; journeys on the threshold of memory. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 273 pp. [See "Arizona, 1954", pp. 196-200.]

1998 27.207 About this life; journeys on the threshold of memory. Los Angeles: Dove Audio. 4 cassettes. ca. 360:00.

1999 2.14638 About this life; journeys on the threshold of memory. New York: Vintage Books, 273 [275] pp. [See "Arizona, 1954", pp. 196-200.]

1999 2.4190 Gone back into the earth; the Canyon becomes music for the spirit. 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. 14-24. [Reprinted from Lopez (1988).]

2011 2.15770 Gone back into the earth. In: Newman, Lance (ed.) The Grand Canyon reader. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, pp. 108-114. [Reprinted from Crossing Open Ground (Lopez, 1988).]
Lopez, Cary B.; Jewett, Elizabeth B.; Dortch, Quay; Walton, Barbara T.; and Hudnell, H. Kenneth

2008 11.3908 Scientific assessment of freshwater harmful algal blooms. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Joint Subcommittee on Ocean Science and Technology, Interagency Working Group on Harmful Algal Blooms, Hypoxia, and Human Health, 65 pp. [See p. 63, Lake Mead, in passing.]
Lopez, Jaclyn

2009 11.1641 Highways to hell: A critical examination of the environmental impacts of the Security and Prosperity Partnership. Tucson: Center for Biological Diversity, 93 pp. [See Chapter 4, "CANAMEX and the Endangered Species Act", pp. 41 ff, particularly with regard to the proposed Boulder City Bypass.]
Lopez, Manuel, Jr.

1979 12.2293 The Colorado River and current water policy. In: Isaacson, Morton S., and Fall, Theresa C. (eds.) Report on Conference on Western Water Issues held at the California Institute of Technology, 17-18 May 1979. California Institute of Technology, Environmental Quality Laboratory, Memorandum 22, pp. 59-64.
López, Marissa

2003 17.598 Faculty spotlight on: Leanne Hinton. Faultlines (University of California at Berkeley, Center for Race and Gender), 1(2)(Spring):6-7. [Havasupai.]
López-Hoffman, Laura

2010 11.5854 Transboundary ecosystem services; a new vision for managing the shared environment of the U.S. and Mexico. Tucson: University of Arizona, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, 11 pp. (Environmental Policy Working Papers, No. 2.)
López-Hoffman, Laura; McGovern, Emily D.; Varady, Robert G.; and Flessa, Karl W.

2009 11.2257 (eds.) Conservation of shared environments; learning from the United States and Mexico. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 320 pp. ("The Edge" series.)
López-Hoffman, Laura; Presnall, Carrie K.; Merideth, Robert; Sonoran Institute staff; La Roi, Renee; and Gakopoulos, Chrysantha

no date 11.5840 El delta del Río Colorado; un recurso invaluable para la gente y la fauna. Tucson: Sonoran Institute, [8] pp.

no date 11.4473 The Colorado River delta; an invaluable resource for people and wildlife. Tucson: Sonoran Institute, [8] pp.
Lorah, William L.

1974 12.4235 Constraints on water develoopment by the appropriation doctrine. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, 4:159-162.
Lorch, Cynthia

2004 28.509 [Request for identification of (commercial) slides of El Tovar and Indian dance at Hopi House.] In: "Family Treasurers" [sic, feature]. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 15(4)(October/December):3.
Lord, Edwin C. E.

1899 11.466 Petrographic report on rocks from the United States-Mexico boundary. U.S. National Museum, Proceedings, 21(1173):773-783. >Mon. 8: 2-26<
Lord, Mary Alice

2000 19.1989 [Letter regarding ringtail cats in Grand Canyon.] In: Letters to the editor [section]. Smithsonian, 31(7)(October):21.
Lord, Russell

1938 11.2037 To hold this soil. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Publication 321, 123 pp. [National in scope.]
Lord, Thom

2006 19.2636 Condor notes. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 3 (Fall):10-11.

2007 19.2661 Condor notes. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 4 (Spring):11.
Lord, William B.; Booker, James F.; Getches, David H.; Harding, Benjamin L.; Kenney, Douglas S.; and Young, Robert A.

1995 12.1647 Managing the Colorado River in a severe sustained drought: An evaluation of institutional options. Water Resources Bulletin, 31(5)(October):939-944.

1995 12.4427 Managing the Colorado River in a severe sustained drought: An evaluation of institutional options. In: The Powell Consortium, Severe sustained drought; managing the Colorado River system in times of water shortage. [Tucson, Arizona]: Powell Consortium, pp. 939-944. (Powell Consortium Issue No. 1.) [Facsimile reprinting of article in Water Resources Bulletin, 31(5)(October 1995), retaining original pagination. For citation of complete issue see Item no. 12.4414.]
Lore, D. D.

1862 2.4191 Fort Yuma--Colorado of the West. Ladies' Repository, 22:641-644. Goodman 557
Loree, L. F.

1922 2.20058 [Passages quoted from Railroad Freight Transportation.] From: Sexton, J. R., Craine, A., Gaines, R. H., Haugh, J. L., Penfield, W. H., Starkie, J. L., and O'Rourke, G. M. (subcommittee), Appendix A, (1) Continue the study and report on plans and methods for obtaining railway labor. In: Johnston, C. E. (chairman), Report of Committee XXII--Economics of Railway Labor. American Railway Engineering Association, Bulletin, 24(December). [Committee report, pp. 263-293; Appendix A, pp. 264-287.] [See p. 283 (quoting Loree): "A prominent engineer who has much service in the West is fond of recalling, as an example of high activity, that in April, 1915, he, then weighing 175 pounds, walked from the water's edge of the Colorado River, three miles, to the Indian Village [Indian Garden] in the Grand Canyon, making the ascent of 2,600 feet in 82 minutes. His energy output was .17 of a horsepower." (entire note)] [For Loree's original volume, see Item no. 2.19280.]

1922 2.19280 Railroad freight transportation. New York and London: D. Appleton and Co., 771 pp. [See p. 728: "A prominent engineer who has much service in the West is fond of recalling, as an example of high activity, that in April, 1915, he, then weighing 175 pounds, walked from the water's edge of the Colorado River, three miles, to the Indian Village [Indian Garden] in the Grand Canyon, making the ascent of 2600 feet in 82 minutes. His energy output was .17 of a horsepower." (entire note)]
Lorentz, Halli

2000 2.7740 The real thing; a trip through the Grand Canyon. INmagazine (College Marketing Bureau, Glencoe, Illinois), 15(2):26.
Lorentzen, Leon H.

1998 16.253 Common Paleoindian and Archaic projectile points of Arizona. In: Mabry, Jonathan B., Paleoindian and Archaic sites in Arizona. Tucson: Center for Desert Archaeology, for Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, pp. 136-151. (Center for Desert Archaeology, Technical Report 97-7.)
Lorenz, David E.

1997 2.4192 Tree towers of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Fire Lookout Research, Volume 1.

1998 2.4193 Fire lookout towers of the Grand Canyon. Flastaff, Arizona: Fire Lookout Research, Volume 2.
Lorenzana, Francisco Antonio

1828 2.17735 Historia de Méjico, escrita por un esclarecido conquistador, Hernan Cortés: aumentada con otros documentos y notas, por D. Francisco Antonio Lorenzana, Antiguo Arzobispo de Méjico. Revisada y adaptada á la ortografía moderna, por D. Manuel del Mar. Nueva York: La publican los Sres. White, Gallaher y White, en la imprenta de Vanderpool y Cole, 614 pp. [Colorado River, see pp. 355-534, note.]
Lorey, David E., and Buj, Lili

1991 2.17181 El surgimiento de la región fronteriza entre Estados Unidos y México en el siglo XX. Revista Mexicana de Sociología, 53(3)(July/September):305-347.
Lorimer, George Horace

1919 2.14103 Let's go! Let's go! In: Van Loan, Charles E., Buck Parvin and the movies; stories of the moving picture game. New York: George H. Doran Co., pp. vii-xiii. (The Books of Charles E. Van Loan. Memorial Edition.) [Introduction. See pp. ix-xiii.]
Lorimer, Kerry

2006 2.11986 Code green; experiences of a lifetime. Melbourne: Lonely Planet, 215 pp.

2006 2.11987 Code green; trips of a lifetime that won't cost the Earth. Footscray (Victoria) and London: Lonely Planet, 215 pp.
Lorimer, Norma

1917 2.19351 By the waters of Africa; British East Africa, Uganda, and the Great Lakes. London: Robert Scott, 342 pp. [See p. 23: "Personally I don't think the Great Rift Valley can compare for beauty and splendour with the Grand Cañon in Arizona, which, to my mind, is one of the wonders of the world, if not the greatest, in the way of natural scenery. In the Rift Valley there is none of the gorgeous colour which gives the Grand Cañon its spectacular effect." (entire note)]

1917 2.19352 By the waters of Africa; British East Africa, Uganda, and the Great Lakes. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 342 pp.
Loring, [Frederic W.]

1872 8.516 On the Rio Colorado. In: Etc. [section]. Overland Monthly, 8(2)(February):192-193. [With editor's introduction. Item only notes the author as "the lamented Loring"; this was his final work.]
Loring, Anne Kramer

1976 21.1922 The age of Basin-Range faulting in Arizona. In: Wilt, Jan C., and Jenny, Judith P. (eds.), Tectonic digest. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 10, pp. 229-257. >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Los Angeles Bureau of Power and Light

1935 1.246 Bibliography, Colorado River development; Metropolitan Water District Project, All-American Canal. Los Angeles: Bureau of Power and Light. [With revisions through March 30, 1938, 161 pp.]
Los Angeles Colorado River Association

1952 12.818 California and the Colorado River. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Colorado River Association.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

1928 12.819 Data on available water supply and future requirements of Los Angeles and the metropolitan area. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

1936 12.1630 Boulder power inaugural, Los Angeles, October 9, 1936. Intake (Los Angeles Department of Water and Power), 13(10)(October, Souvenir Number):1-24 [including wraps]. [Entire number.]

1960 13.857 Bridge Canyon development, Colorado River Basin; application for license before the Federal Power Commission, Project #2272, January 1960. >Mon. 8: 7-16<

1986 12.3517 The Boulder Canyon Project; 50th anniversary of Hoover/Boulder Dam. Power Engineering Review (IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), 6(10)(October):cover, 1, 3-6. ("Information supplied by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. A summary of the articles in the October 1936 'Intake.'" [see Item no. 12.1630]) [N.B.: Cover photo, "View of the Boulder/Hoover Dam on the Colorado River", printed in reverse. See letter from Benedict R. Radecki and editorial response, 7(2)(February 1987):8 (Item no. 12.3518).]
Los Angeles Examiner

1912 2.19141 Press reference library (Southwest edition); notables of the Southwest; being the portraits and biographies of progressive men of the Southwest, who have helped in the development and history making of this wonderful country. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Examiner, 500 pp.
Lott, Casey

1996 2.4194 From the Little Colorado to the foot of Grand Canyon. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 9(4):9. [Modern rewrite of the Powell narrative.]
Loucks, Barner David

1988 18.439 Salinity study of the Colorado River and selected tributaries from Lees Ferry to Diamond Creek. In: House, Dorothy A. (ed.), Colorado River Investigations VII; July-August, 1988 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, Steven W. Carothers, and Frank B. Lojko). Report submitted to Richard W. Marks, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 91-94.
Louder, Dean R., and Bennion, Lowell

1978 2.16608 Mapping Mormons across the modern West. In: Jackson, Richard H. (ed.), The Mormon role in the settlement of the West. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, pp. 135-169.
Lougee, R. J.

1938 30.176 "The Colorado delta", by Godfrey Glenton Sykes, 1937. Geomorphology, 1:79-80. >Mon. 8: Reviews-2<
Lough, Charles

1998 11.3726 Detachment faulting around Borrego Valley. In: Lindsay, Lowell, and Hample, William G. (eds.), Geology and geothermal resources of the Imperial and Mexicali Valleys. San Diego: San Diego Association of Geologists, pp. 52-58.
Loughlin, William D.

1981 21.3750 Structurally controlled ground water flow, Blue Springs, Arizona [abstract]. In: Huntoon, Peter W. (Conference Organizer), Proceedings of the 10th Annual Rocky Mountain Ground Water Conference, April 30, May 1 and 2, 1981, Laramie Wyoming (hosted by Department of Geology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, and Woodward-Clyde Consultants, San Francisco, California, with the special assistance of The Water Resources Research Center, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona), p. 81.
Loughlin, William D., and Huntoon, Peter W.

1983 21.1923 Compilation of available ground water quality data for sources within the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Laramie, Wyoming: Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wyoming, report prepared for U.S. National Park Service under contract PX821020883, 9 pp. + 9 appendices [378 leaves total], 3 maps in pocket.
Louis Berger Group

2014 11.7966 Waters of the U.S. determination; Boulder City Bypass project, Boulder City, Clark County, Nevada. Las Vegas: Louis Berger Group, for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. George Regulatory Office, St. George, Utah, on behalf of Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, and Nevada Department of Transportation, District 1, Las Vegas, 16 [40] pp.
Louis Prang [firm]

1876 25.78 The Yellowstone Park, and the moutain regions of portions of Idaho, Nevada, Colorado, and Utah. Boston: Louis Prang, 15 prints, text (by Ferdinand V. Hayden) 48 pp. (see index map, including northern Arizona region). [Reproduced in: Anderson, Nancy K. 1997. Thomas Moran. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, and New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, p. 332.]
Louis, Guy

1978 12.1632 The IWW and the Boulder Canyon Project: The final death throes of American syndicalism. Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, (Spring):2-24.
Lounds, Melanie

2011 2.15363 [Remarks.] The Congregational Connection . . . (First Congregational Church, St. Johns, Michigan), (July):8. [Begins with brief comment about Grand Canyon. Ellipsis is part of serial title.]
Lounsbery, H. C. (Mrs.)

1903 2.16173 Meeting of the Spanish-American War Nurses in San Francisco. In: Official Reports of Societies [section]. American Journal of Nursing, 3(10)(July):804-806. [S.-A.W.N. fourth annual meeting in San Francisco; with itinerary of trip from Chicago, including "Side Trip to the Grand Canon of Arizona", p. 806.]

1903 2.14414 Spanish-American War Nurses. The Trained Nurse and Hospital Review, 31(1)(July):49-50. [S.-A.W.N. fourth annual meeting in San Francisco; with itinerary of trip from Chicago, including "Side Trip to the Grand Canon of Arizona", p. 50.]
Louter, David

2002 13.3419 Foreword. In: Rothman, Hal K., and Holder, Daniel J., Balancing the mandates; an administrative history of Lake Mead National Recreation Area. U.S. National Park Service, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, p. v.
Loutsenhiser, Don R.

1946 2.22119 Personality of Las Vegas, Nevada. The Ministry (Seventh-day Adventists, Ministerial Association, Washington, D.C.), 19(6)(May):9-10. [Inclues Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and vicinity.]
Louvish, Simon

2007 2.22774 Cecil B. DeMille; a life in art. New York: Thomas Dunne Books (St. Martin's Press). [See regarding the film, "The Road to Yesterday", which includes location shots at Grand Canyon, pp. 243-247.]
Loux, Du Bois H.

1911 7.406 Maitland Varne; or The bells of De Thaumaturge. New York: De Thaumaturge Co., 396 pp. [See p. 239, Grand Canyon noted in a character's letter, in passing: "I have just returned from being all alone two months at the Grand Canyon, where I tried to think it out in the presence of that mystery of chasms." No further note of Grand Canyon.]
Love, Clara M.

1916 2.21860 History of the cattle industry in the Southwest. Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 19(4)(April):370-399, 20(1)(July):1-18. [Includes note (p. 389), "Herds were driven into northwestern Arizona, some being brought form Nevada and some from Oregon by way of Muddy River, Rio Virgin, and Stone's ferry on the Colorado."]
Love, David W., and Gillam, Mary L.

1991 21.1924 Navajo and Acoma-Zuni sections. From: Patton, Peter C., Biggar, Norma, Condit, Christopher D., Gillam, Mary L., Love, David W., Machette, Michael N., Mayer, Larry, Morrison, Roger B., and Rosholt, John N., Quaternary geology of the Colorado Plateau. In: Morrison, Roger B. (ed.), Quaternary nonglacial geology: Conterminous U.S. Geological Society of America, Geology of North America, Volume K-2, pp. 391-397. [Combined references for chapter, pp. 402-406.] >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Love, Diane S.; Gootee, Brian F.; Cook, Joseph P.; Mahan, Michael K.; and Spencer, Jon E.

2014 11.7984 An investigation of thermal springs throughout Arizona: Geochemical, isotopic, and geological characterization, Arizona Basin and Range Province. Tucson: Arizona Geological Survey, for U.S. Department of Energy, 129 pp. + appendices. (Prepared under the National Geothermal Data System Supplemental Project, Contract DE-EE0002850.) [Includes Ringbolt Rapids site, Black Canyon, lower Colorado River.]
Love, Frank

no date 2.7475 (with Tom Alspach and Ron Snowbarger) A prayer, a poultice, a pall; life and death in Yuma, Arizona Territory (1854-1893) (illustrations by Tim Alspach). [Yuma, Arizona]: [no imprint], 56 pp.

no date 2.4196 (with Reba N. Wells) Hell's outpost; a history of Old Fort Yuma. Yuma, Arizona: Yuma Crossing, 63 pp. (Yuma Crossing Publication Series.) [1992.] FQ12A:157 FQ13:303

1973 11.467 Mining camps and ghost towns; a history of mining in Arizona and California on the lower Colorado. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, 195 pp.

1981 2.7476 From brothel to boomtown; Yuma's naughty past. [Yuma, Arizona]: [no imprint], 48 pp.

1982 2.4195 A visitor's guide to historic Yuma. Colorado Springs, Colorado: Little London Press, 36 pp. (Cover title adds: "Century House, Territorial Prison, Customhouse, Ft. Yuma, St. Thomas Mission, and a walking tour of the Old City".)
Love, Lee

2000 2.9396 Radio adventuring at the Grand Canyon. ARS Sojourner (Adventure Radio Society), (June).
Love, S. K.

1948 11.468 Sedimentation program of the Geological Survey. In: Proceedings of the Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conference; held at Bureau of Reclamation Laboratories, Denver, May 6-8, 1947. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, pp. 46-48.

1948 11.469 [Discussion.] From: Lane, E. W., Sediment engineering as a quantitative science. In: Proceedings of the Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conference; held at Bureau of Reclamation Laboratories, Denver, May 6-8, 1947. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, pp. 72-73. [Lane, pp. 68-74.]
Love,Donna, and Turley, Joyce Mihran

2009 6.506 Animals count in Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon: Grand Canyon Association, [32] pp.
LoVecchio, Janolyn G.

2013 2.19712 Business women tourists at the Grand Canyon. In: Quartaroli, Richard D. (compiler, ed.), A rendezvous of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the Third Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2012. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Historical Society, pp. 189-193.
Lovejoy, Clarence E. |New York Times|

1955 3.1691 (October 12) Campbell arrives for speed trials. Driver of Bluebird to attempt record on lake in Nevada. British boat owner holds world mark of 202.34 M.P.H. By Clarence E. Lovejoy. (p. 43) [Lake Mead.]
Lovejoy, Earl M. P.

1954 21.1925 Results of an aerial radiometric examination of the Ridenour Mine district, Hualapai Indian Reservation, Coconino County, Arizona. (A Supplement to the report on the Ridenour Mine by R. D. Miller). In: Miller, Richard D., Copper-uranium deposit at the Ridenour Mine, Hualapai Indian Reservation, Coconino County, Arizona, Part I. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Open-File Report RME-2014, pp. 19-23. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1956 21.1926 Hurricane fault [abstract]. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 67:1774. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1959 21.1927 Hurricane fault problem, Utah and Arizona [abstract]. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 70:1732. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1964 21.1928 The Hurricane fault zone, and the Cedar Pocket Canyon-Shebit-Gunlock fault complex, southwestern Utah and northwestern Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 308 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1964 21.1929 Age of the Colorado River in the Colorado Plateau [abstract]. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 76, p. 281 >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1969 21.1930 Hurricane fault, Utah, normal or not? Geological Society of America, Abstracts for 1969, no. 5, p. 46. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1969 21.1931 Grand Wash problem at Grand Canyon. Geological Society of America, Abstracts for 1969, no. 5, p. 46. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1973 21.1932 Major early Cenozoic deformation along Hurricane fault zone, Utah and Arizona. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 57:510-519. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1974 21.1933 Laramide inception of Grand Wash faulting, Colorado Plateau. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 6:454 >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1976 21.1934 Cedar Pocket Canyon (Grand Wash)-Shebit-Gunlock fault complex, northwestern Arizona and southwestern Utah; reinterpretation of the time of faulting. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 10, pp. 133-150. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1976 21.5467 Pre-Pliocene river system development, Colorado Plateau and southern Rocky Mountains: A theory. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 8:603.

1977 21.1935 Neogene Colorado River development in Colorado Plateau: A theory. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 9:457. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1978 21.1936 [Comment on "Age of structural differentiation between the Colorado Plateaus and Basin and Range provinces in southwestern Utah", by P. D. Rowley, J. J. Anderson, P. L. Williams, and R. J. Fleck (1978).] Geology, 6:527, and Reply, 572-574. >Mon. 8: 3-79<

1980 21.1937 The Muddy Creek Formation at Colorado River in Grand Wash; the dilemma of the immovable object. In: Jennery, J. P., and Stone, C. (eds.), Studies in western Arizona. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 12, pp. 177-190. >Mon. 8: 3-58<
Lovejoy, Marguerite

2003 2.9660 River adventure. In: Letters and e-mail [section]. Arizona Highways, 79(11):2.
Lovejoy, Thomas E.

2006 30.548 Babbit, Bruce. 2005. "Cities in the wilderness: a new vision of land use in America." In: Book Reviews [section]. Ecology, 87(5):1338.
Lovejoy, Tom

2002 2.22137 SoCal AMCA Borrego Road Run. Indian Motorcycle Club of Great Britain, (54)(Winter 2002/2003):10-12. [Includes Salton Sea area.] [Southern California Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America.]
Loveland, H. D.

1902 8.79 [Verse in "Comments" section.] In: The Grand Canyon of Arizona; being a book of words from many pens, about the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. [Chicago]: Passenger Department, Santa Fe Railway System, p. 118. [Several reprintings through 1909; pagination taken from 1909 ed.]
Loveless, J. P., and Made, B. J.

2009 11.7323 Geodetic constraints on fault interaction and stressing rates in southern California [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 90(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract G34A-03. [Includes San Andreas fault in vicinity of Salton Sea.]
Lovell, Craig

2006 28.606 Down by the riverside. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 7(4)(Winter):16-17. [Wildlife photos, Colorado River corridor.]

2006 28.607 "Bert's beached, bleached and broken boat basks in the Canyon sun on a summer day, 2006". Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 7(4)(Winter):64. [Bert Loper boat. "Show Us Your Boats" section.]
Lovell, J. L.

1934 12.1481 Carrying a river across mountains and deserts; miles of du Pont "Ventube" are being used to supply fresh air for drillers on the record-breaking tunneling jobs of the Colorado River Aqueduct. Du Pont Magazine, 28(5):10-11, 19.
Lovera, O. M.; Grove, Marty; Cina, S.; and Kimbrough, D. L.

2008 21.5030 A generalized Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic for detrital zircon analysis of modern rivers [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 89(53, Supplement): abstract T33D-2090.
Lovett, Diane

2005 2.11014 Arizona riding. In: Hauer, John, The natural superiority of mules (Sena Hauer, ed.). Guilford, Connecticut: Lyons Press, p. 89.
Lovett, Ian |New York Times|

2012 3.1640 (November 20) U.S. and Mexico sign a deal on sharing the Colorado River. By Ian Lovett. (p. A16)
Lovett, R. S.

1912 12.2913 Letter from the President of the Southern Pacific Company and accompanying papers. As part of: Fisher, Walter L., Papers to accompany letter from the Secretary of the Interior to the President in relation to Colorado River lands. From: Imperial Valley, Cal. In: Taft, William H., Message of the President of the United States transmitting data of the work of the Interior Department and other matters; with accompanying papers. U.S. 62nd Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Document 504, pp. 175-176. [The "accompanying papers" are also cited separately.]
Lovett, Richard

1891 2.15996 United States pictures drawn with pen and pencil. London: The Religious Tract Society, 223 [224] pp. + advertisements. [See pp. 160-164.]
Lovett, Richard A.

2004 2.9952 The infancy of rubber rafts. Paddler, (March/April):56.
Lovett, Sarah

1990 6.159 Kidding around the national parks of the Southwest; a young person's guide (illustrated by Glen Strock). Santa Fe, New Mexico: John Muir Publications, 107 pp. (see pp. 15-20). >Mon. 8: 9-7<

1990 9.239 Kidding around the national parks of the Southwest; a young person's guide (illustrated by Glen Strock). Santa Fe, New Mexico: John Muir Publications, 107 pp. (see pp. 15-20). >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-6<
Lovich, Jeff

2005 18.1143 The role of the U.S. Geological Survey in the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program [abstract]. George Wright Society Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, March 14-18, 2005, Philadelphia.
Lovich, Jeff, and Beaman, Kent R.

2008 11.2428 Distribution of native turtles in the arid southwestern United States with comments on Kinosternon sonoriense: a species presumed to be lost from California's herpetofauna. From: Proceedings of the 2008 Desert Symposium: abstracts and short papers. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.) Trough to trough; the Colorado River and the Salton Sea. [No place]: Desert Studies Consortium, California State University; and LSA Associates, Inc., pp. 127-134.
Lovich, Jeff, and Melis, Theodore S.

2007 18.1486 The state of the Colorado River ecosystem in Grand Canyon: lessons from 10 years of adaptive ecosystem management. From: Reynolds, Robert E. (compiler), Abstracts of proceedings; the 2007 Desert Research Symposium. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.), Wild, scenic and rapid: a trip down the Colorado River trough. [No place]: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium; and LSA Associates, Inc., p. 110.
Lovich, Jeff, and Melis, Theodore S.

2007 22.651 The state of the Colorado River ecosystem in Grand Canyon: Lessons from 10 years of adaptive ecosystem management. International Journal of River Basin Management, 5(3):207-221.

2007 19.2695 The state of the Colorado River ecosystem in Grand Canyon: Lessons from 10 years of adaptive ecosystem management. International Journal of River Basin Management, 5(3):207-221.
Lovich, Jeffrey E., and Ennen, Joshua R.

2011 11.2825 Wildlife conservation and solar energy development in the desert Southwest, United States. BioScience, 61(12)(December):982-992.
Lovich, Jeffrey E., and Melis, Theodore S.

2005 13.2268 Lessons from 10 years of adaptive management in Grand Canyon (chapter 13). In: Colorado River Ecosystem Science Symposium 2005. Abstracts. October 25-27, 2005, Fiesta Inn Resort, 2100 South Priest Drive, Tempe, AZ. [Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Program, U.S. Geological Survey], p. 29. [Chapter 13 refers to paper 13.2264.]

2005 13.2264 Lessons from 10 years of adaptive management in Grand Canyon. In: Gloss, Steven P., Lovich, Jeffrey E., and Melis, Theodore S. (eds.), The state of the Colorado River ecosystem in Grand Canyon; a report of the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, 1991-2004. U.S. Geological Survey, Circular 1282, pp. 207-220.
Lovich, Jeffrey E.; Melis, Theodore S.; and Gloss, Steve

2005 13.2277 The State of the CO River Ecosystem in Grand Canyon or SCORE Report: Lessons from 10 years of adaptive management in Grand Canyon. In: Eighth Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau, du Bois Center, Northern Arizona University, 7-10 November 2005; program and abstracts of presented papers and posters (version 2.0). Sponsored by: U.S. Geological Survey, Southwest Biological Science Center; Northern Arizona University, Center for Sustainable Environments and Merriam-Powell Center for Environmental Research; Colorado Plateau Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit; U.S. Bureau of Land Management; U.S. National Park Service; and Diablo Trust, p. 61.
Loving, Nancy J., and Bean, Tom

1981 9.240 Along the rim; a road guide to the South Rim of Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, [56] pp. >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-2< FQ10:215 FQ11:251 FQ15:340
Low, P. C.; Schultz, L.; and Stier, N.

2011 21.6545 Iddingzitized olivine in mantle xenoliths: evidence for (really) early alteration [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 2011 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 5-9 December, Abstract V41C-2511. [Xenoliths from Ponderosa flow, Uinkaret Volcanic Field, western Grand Canyon.]
Low, P. C.; Seaman, Shelia J.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Williams, Michael L.; and Jercinovic, Mike

2009 21.4670 Delicate oscillatory zoning in pyroxene preserved through variation in the clouding intensity of exsolved oxides: an insight into mafic-ultramafic magma chamber dynamics. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 41(3):31. [Ninetyone Mile Creek, Grand Canyon.]
Low, P. C.; Seaman, Shelia J.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Williams, Michael L.; and Karlstrom, Karl E.

2009 21.4683 The origin of dunite and harzbugite enclaves in layered cumulates of the Nintyone [sic] Mile Creek Canyon peridotite, Grand Canyon, USA. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 41(7):115. [Ninetyone Mile Creek.]
Lowe Airship Construction Corporation

1990 2.18460 T. S. C. Lowe and his Planet Airships; the story of the man who mastered flight. [No imprint], 24 pp. [Pamphlet. Grand Canyon, see pp. 14, 20, 21.]
Lowe, Charles H.

1964 19.934 (ed.) The vertebrates of Arizona; with major section on Arizona habitats. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 270 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1964 19.935 Arizona landscapes and habitats. In: Lowe, Charles H. (ed.), The vertebrates of Arizona; with major section on Arizona habitats. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 1-132. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1964 19.936 Amphibians and reptiles of Arizona. In: Lowe, Charles H. (ed.), The vertebrates of Arizona; with major section on Arizona habitats. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 153-174. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1964 19.937 Arizona's natural environment; landscapes and habitats. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 136 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1985 19.3383 Arizona's natural environment; landscapes and habitats. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 136 pp.
Lowe, Charles H., Jr.

1955 19.4278 The salamanders of Arizona. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, 58(2):237-251. [Includes Grand Canyon.] [Author's name given as Charles H. Lowe, Jr.]
Lowe, Corinne

1921 7.677 Home we had to have--and we had. Ladies' Home Journal, (May):6-7, 138, 140, 143-144. [See p. 7: "There was a kitchen beyond this, but--well, I never was one of those people who wrote back from the Grand Cañon to tell the folks at home just how it looked!" (entire note)]
Lowe, J. M.

1915 2.13156 [Quotation from Kansas City Journal.] In: National Old Trails Road Department [section]. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, 46(2)(February)(271):111. [National Old Roads Trail "passes through New Mexico and the Grand Canon of Colorado" [sic] (entire note).]
Lowe, Oscar

1876 21.1938 Report on the geological and mineralogical character of southeastern California and adjacent regions. In: Wheeler, George M., Annual report upon the Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the One Hundredth Meridian, in California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, and Montana . . . Being Appendix JJ of the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1876. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, Appendix H2, pp. 173-188. FQ3:258

1876 21.1939 Report on the physical and agricultural features of the southern California, and espeically of the Mohave Desert. In: Wheeler, George M., Annual report upon the Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the One Hundredth Meridian, in California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, and Montana . . . Being Appendix JJ of the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1876. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, Appendix H6, pp. 214-222.
Lowe, Sam

1980 2.4197 The American Nile; saga of the Colorado River. Arizona Highways, 56(10):2-7.

1981 2.4198 El Tovar at 76. Arizona Highways, 57(4):6-9, 12-13. >Mon. 8: 7-9<

1988 2.4199 Little Colorado River. Arizona Highways, 64(6):inside front cover, 22-31.

1999 2.7263 Christmas at the Canyon. Highroads (AAA Arizona), 44(4)(December):cover, 4, 12-14.

2001 2.8136 River runners. Highroads (AAA Arizona), 46(2)(May/June):35.

2010 2.14626 Mysteries and legends of Arizona; true stories of the unsolved and unexplained. Guilford, Connecticut: Globe Pequot Press.

2013 2.19819 Southwest curiosities; quirky characters, roadside oddities and other offbeat stuff. Guilford, Connecticut: Globe Pequote Press, 314 pp. (Curiosities Series.)
Lowe, Sam, and Berezenko, Nick

1983 2.4200 From Baldy Mountain to the Sipapu; Little Colorado adventure trek. Arizona Highways, 59(6):30-43. >Mon. 8: 1-32<
Lowe, Sam, and Maack, Richard

2008 2.11692 Last stop! Arizona Highways, 84(11):38-43. [Train depots; includes Grand Canyon Railway, Williams and Grand Canyon.]
Lowell, Lynda

2003 2.9498 [Letter of thanks.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(8):3.
Lowell, Percival

1910 2.13776 The evolution of worlds. New York: Macmillan Co., 262 pp. (see p. 108).
Lowell, Susan

2004 2.10122 Clouds for desert; sweet treats from the Wild West (photography by Robin Stancliff). Tucson: Rio Nuevo Publishers (see "Grand Canyon Ice Cream Cake" and "Cocolate Meringue Buttes and Boulders" with "Colorado River Sauce or 'Chocolate Soup'", pp. 113-117).
Lowell, Susan, and Shroades, John W.

2011 6.690 The great Grand Canyon time train. Tucson: Rio Chico Books for Children, [33] pp.
Lowenkopf, Anne N., and Katz, Michael W.

1974 17.475 Camping with the Indians. Los Angeles: Sherbourne Press, 320 pp. [Cover adds subtitle, "A complete guide to the recreational, camping, and outdoor facilities of the Indian reservations of the Four-Corner states with photos, maps, how-to-find-it instructions.
Lowenthal, David

1956 30.449 "Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West", by Wallace Stegner. Geographical Review, 46(2)(April):282-283.

1968 2.10641 The American scene. Geographical Review, 58(1)(January):61-88 (see pp. 62, 84).
Lowenthal, Douglas H.; Watson, John G.; and Saxena, Pradeep

2000 18.941 Contributions to light extinction during Project MOHAVE. Atmospheric Environment, 34(15):2351-2359.
Lower Colorado Region State-Federal Interagency Group

1971 12.3081 Lower Colorado region comprehensive framework study; Main report, June 1971. [No place]: Lower Colorado Region State-Federal Interagency Group, for Pacific Southwest Interagency Committee, Water Resources Council, 149 pp. [Various appendices published separately.]
Lower Colorado River Land Use Advisory Committee

1964 11.470 The Lower Colorado River land use plan. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, 187 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-15< FQ4:187, 187a FQ5:240, 240a FQ6:297 FQ7:Govt. 4 FQ8:519 FQ9:676 FQ10:397 FQ11:465 FQ12A:233 FQ15:510 FQ16:215 FQ17:480
Lower, Richard Coke

1993 12.3034 A bloc of one: The political career of Hiram W. Johnson. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 442 pp.
Lowery, Woodbury

1901 2.14524 The Spanish settlements within the present limits of the United States. New York and London; G. P. Putnam's Sons, 515 pp.
Lowes, Paul

1982 8.543 North Tonto. In: Thorum, Reho R. (ed.), Canyon voices; a selection of poetry about the Grand Canyon. Fredonia, Arizona: Reho R. Thorum, p. 35.

1982 8.538 Grey blue. In: Thorum, Reho R. (ed.), Canyon voices; a selection of poetry about the Grand Canyon. Fredonia, Arizona: Reho R. Thorum, p. 30. ["c1979 Paul Lowes".]
Lowie, Robert H.

1924 17.1183 Shoshonean tales. Journal of American Folklore, 37(143/144)(January/June):1-242. [See "Southern Paiute".]
Lowitt, Richard

1972 30.858 "Phil Swing and Boulder Dam." By Beverley Bowen Moeller. In: Reviews of Books [section]. Pacific Historical Review, 41(4)(November):545-546.

1993 11.471 The New Deal and the West. Norman, Oklahoma, and London: University of Oklahoma Press, 283 pp.
Löwl, Ferdinand

1886 21.4967 Spalten und Vulcane. Kaiserlich-Königlichen Geologischen Reichsanstalt, Jahrbuch, 36:315-326 (see pp. 320, 324, 325).

1906 21.4970 Geologie. Leipzig and Wien: Franz Deuticke, 332 pp. (see pp. 146-149). (Die Erdkunde (Maximilian Klar, ed.). XI. Teil.)
Lowman, Hubert A.

1946 28.398 Bright Angel Creek, at bottom of Grand Canyon. Desert Magazine, 9(11)(September):cover, 3. [No accompanying article.]

1954 28.428 "Parker Dam". Arizona Highways, 30(1):inside front cover.

1957 28.158 "Vista Encantadora--from North Rim--Grand Canyon". Arizona Highways, 33(5):16.

1957 28.159 "Rainbow--Point Sublime, North Rim--Grand Canyon". Arizona Highways, 33(5):17.

1958 28.1020 Old plank road across the Algodones dunes in Imperial County, California. Desert Magazine, 21(1)(January):4.

1960 28.429 "Canyon Depths". Arizona Highways, 36(6):inside front cover, 1.

1960 28.430 "Angel's Window". Arizona Highways, 36(6):36, back cover.
Lowman, Paul D.

1970 11.5784 General information on NASA Experiment S065 multispectral photography. In: Kaltenbach, John L. (compiler), Apollo 9 multispectral photographic information. U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Technical Memorandum TM X-1957, pp.11-28. [Includes Imperial Valley-lower Colorado River region.]
Lowman, Paul D., Jr.

1970 11.6607 Geologic applications of orbital photography. U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Technical Note TN D-4155, 37 pp. [Gemini IV photographs of lower Colorado River region, see pp. 6-8, 22, 29.]
Lowrey, D. Preston, and Johnson, R. R.

1986 11.3997 Simulation of a solar pond using upward flow through the storage zone. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 108(4)(November):325-331. [Includes Salton Sea region.]
Lowry, Anthony Ray

1994 21.1941 Flexural strength and stress in the Cordillera, western United States [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 55(2B):342.

1994 21.1940 Flexural strength and stress in the Cordillera, western United States. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utah, 116 pp. [^21.1941^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 55(2B):342.]
Lowry, Dave

1992 13.858 [Response to] Wuddyathink? The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(2)(Spring):13. [Topic: River congestion: What to do?]
Lowry, Doris

2014 13.3320 Information Collection Request sent to the Office of Management and budget (OMB) for approval; backcountry use permit. Federal Register, 79(38)(February 26):10834-10836. [Regarding Backcountry Use Permit system in the National Park Service. See p. 10835, regarding request for comments that was published in the Federal Register for April 2, 2013): "We received one comment. The comment was confined to issues at Grand Canyon National Park, specifically the aircraft overflight issue. The commenter suggested that NPS require backcountry permits be issued to individuals who participate in private scenic air tours over park lands. These excursions are short-term (1 hour or less) flights that originate outside the park. Although the flights often take place over park lands, the NPS does not have authority over airspace, which is under the authority of the Federal Aviation Administration. We did not make any changes to our information collection requirements." (entire note)]
Lowry, J.; Ramsey, R. D.; Thomas, K.; Schrupp, D.; Sajwaj, T.; Kirby, J.; Waller, E.; Schrader, S.; Falzarano, S.; Langs, L.; Manis, G.; Wallace, C.; Schulz, K.; Comer, P.; Pohs, K.; Rieth, W.; Velasquez, C.; Wolk, B.; Kepner, W.; Boykin, K.; O'Brien, L.; Bradford, D.; Thompson, B.; and Prior-Magee, J.

2007 19.2815 Mapping moderate-scale land-cover over very large geographic areas within a collaborative framework: A case study of the Southwest Regional Gap Analysis Project (SWReGAP). Remote Sensing of Environment, 108(1):59-73.
Lowry, W. D., and Grivetti, R. M.

1979 11.472 The Salt-Gila River, Arizona source of the late Eocene Poway Conglomerate of the San Diego area and the limited offset of the San Andreas fault. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 11:469. >Mon. 8: 2-15<
Lowther, Granville

1914 11.5058 Arizona. In: Lowther, Granville (ed.-in-chief) and Worthington, William (associate ed.), The encyclopedia of practical horticulture; a reference system of commercial horticulture covering the practical and scientific phases of horticulture with special reference to fruits and vegetables. Volume II. North Yakima, Washington: The Encyclopedia of Horticulture Corporation, pp. 553-555.
Loyal, C.

1885 7.668 The squatter and the don; a novel descriptive of contemporaneous occurrences in California. San Francisco: [no imprint], 410 pp. [Lower Colorado River region, see pp. 306, 310 ff.] [WorldCat citations indicate imprint as "San Francisco: [S. Carson & Co.]".]
Loyd, Diane L.

2013 7.747 The mesa. Bloomington, Indiana: WestBow Press, 500 pp. [An on-demand publication.] [Includes Grand Canyon area locales.]
Lozano Vilano, María de Lourdes, and García Ramírez, María Elena

2014 11.6648 Peces invasores en el noreste de México. In: Mendoza, R., and Koleff, P. (coordinators), Especies acuáticas invasoras en México. México: Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, pp. 401-412.
Lozano-Montes, Hector M.; Pitcher, Tony J.; and Haggan, Nigel

2008 11.3429 Shifting environmental and cognitive baselines in the upper Gulf of California. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6, doi:10.1890/070056, 6 pp.
Lozinski, Walery [Lozins, Walery] [Lozinski, Walery]

1905 21.6689 Doliny rzek; Wschodnio-Karpackich i Podolskich. Archiwum Nauko (Towarzystwa dla Popierania Nauki Polskeij, Lwowie), (Dzial II), 1:129-197 [also separately paginated 1-69], 5 plates. [Regarding river valleys of the eastern Carpathians and Podolia. References to Grand Canyon through the works of C. E. Dutton and W. M. Davis.], in text and notes: pp. 137, 144-145, 148, 155-156, 158, 183.] [In Polish.]
Lozito, Vincent J.

2001 2.7951 [Cover letter accompanying letter from Michael Harrison.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 5(2):2.

2002 2.9089 [Letter regarding Michael Harrison, with introductory note by Jeanne and Fred Schick.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(9):2.

2003 2.9750 Former Grand Canyon ranger . . . reaches age 106. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(12):3. [Michael Harrison; also note of Michael and Margaret B. Harrison Western Research Center, a part of the Library of the University of California at Davis. Ellipsis is part of title.]
LTA Publishing Co.

1991 2.4201 Beauty of America (text by Paul M. Lewis; concept and design by Robert D. Shangle). Portland, Oregon: LTA Publishing Co., 79 pp. (see p. 19).
Lu, Chunxia; Xie, Gaodi; Cheng, Shengkui; and Yu, Guirui

2003 14.543 Approaches to evaluate the effects of hydraulic engineering on river ecosystem services. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, 14(5)(May):803-807. [In Chinese. Title taken from English-language abstract. Includes reference to Glen Canyon Dam; cited also for its bilingual table explaining impact-assessment equation.]
Lubar, Steven, and Kendrick, Kathleen M.

2001 2.11616 Legacies; collecting America's history at the Smithsonian. Washington, D.C., and London: Smithsonian Institution Press, in association with National Museum of American History, Behring Center, 256 pp. (see "Life preserver worn by Major John Wesley Powell during exploration of the Green and Colorado Rivers, 1869", p. 242.
Lubick, George M.

2000 30.323 "Lee's Ferry: From Mormon Crossing to National Park" by P. T. Reilly. Journal of Arizona History, 41(3)(Autumn):243-246.
Lubick, Naomi

2004 13.2240 Petra: An eroding ancient city. Geotimes, (June). [Grand Canyon mentioned.]

2005 21.4057 George H. Billingsley: Mapping the Grand Canyon. Geotimes, 50(2)(February):48-49.

2005 21.4260 Taking a 3-D field trip; travel to Mars, the Grand Canyon and Lake Superior all inside the walls of any classroom. Geotimes, 50(10):44-45.

2005 14.485 Taking a 3-D field trip; travel to Mars, the Grand Canyon and Lake Superior all inside the walls of any classroom. Geotimes, 50(10):44-45.
Lubin Manufacturing Co.

1915 26.310 The great divide. Edgar Lewis, director; starring Ethel Clayton, House Peters, Marie Sterling, Hayden Stevenson, Mary Moore, Warner P. Richmond, Fred O'Beck, and Ray Chamberlin. Black-and-white silent motion-picture. [Includes Grand Canyon area locations.]
Lucas, Eric

2009 2.12633 World Heritage Sites; UNESCO designation helps preserve the world's natural and cultural treasures. Alaska Airlines Magazine, (July):24-25, 27, 29-33.
Lucas, Fred

1989 28.160 Grand Canyon. Southwest Art, 19(October):251. >Mon. 8: 12-12<
Lucas, Frederic A.

1922 21.5775 (ed.) American Museum of Natural History; general guide to the exhibition halls. New York: American Museum of Natural History, 9th ed., 136 pp. [See "Grand Canyon Model", p. 114.]
Lucas, Rod

1990 11.473 A cooperative wildlife/recreation management area [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 25 (1990 Proceedings Supplement):18. >Mon. 8: 2-15<
Lucas, Spencer G.

1998 21.4289 Toward a tetrapod biochronology of the Permian. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin, 12:71-92.
Lucas, Spencer G., and Morgan, Gary S.

2005 21.4153 Pleistocene mammals of Arizona; an overview. In: Heckert, Andrew B., and Lucas, Spencer G. (eds.), Vertebrate paleontology in Arizona. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 29, pp. 153-158.
Lucas, Spencer G.; Heckert, Andrew B.; and Tanner, Lawrence H.

2005 21.6373 Arizona's Jurassic fossil vertebrates and the age of the Glen Canyon Group. In: Heckert, Andrew B., and Lucas, Spencer G. (eds.), Vertebrate paleontology in Arizona. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 29, pp. 95-104. [Includes outcrop areas in Arizona Strip.]
Lucchitta, Ivo

1966 21.1942 Cenozoic geology of the upper Lake Mead area adjacent to the Grand Wash Cliffs, Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 218 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1967 11.476 Pierce Ferry area. In: McKee, Edwin D., Wilson, Richard F., Breed, William J., and Breed, Carol S. (eds.), Evolution of the Colorado River in Arizona; an hypothesis developed at the Symposium on Cenozoic Geology of the Colorado Plateau in Arizona, August 1964. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 44, pp. 4-5.

1969 21.1943 Early history of the Colorado River in the Basin and Range province. Geological Society of America, Abstracts for 1969, no. 5, pp. 47-48. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1969 11.3864 Early history of the Colorado River in the Basin and Range province. Geological Society of America, Abstracts for 1969, no. 5, pp. 47-48.

1972 11.474 Early history of the Colorado River in the Basin and Range province. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 83:1933-1947. >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1974 21.1944 Structural evolution of northwest Arizona and its relation to adjacent Basin and Range Province structures. In: Karlstrom, T. N. V., Swann, G. A., and Eastwood, R. L. (eds.), Geology of northern Arizona, with notes on archaeology and paleoclimate. Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Guidebook 27, Part 1, Regional studies, pp. 336-354. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1974 21.1945 Physiographic development of the Shivwits Plateau, northwestern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 6:210. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1975 21.1946 Structure and physiography of the Shivwits Plateau, Arizona [abstract]. U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Arizona Remote Sensing Symposium, Flagstaff. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1975 21.1947 The Shivwits Plateau. In: Application of ERTS images and image processing to regional geological problems and geological mapping in northern Arizona. California Institute of Technology, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Technical Report 32-1597, pp. 41-73. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1977 21.1948 Cenozoic volcanism and tectonism, west-central Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 9:457. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1977 21.1949 The Colorado; an improbable river in an unlikely canyon. Grand Canyon Sama (newspaper), 3(26):1, 4. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1979 21.1950 Late Cenozoic uplift of the southwestern Colorado Plateau and adjacent lower Colorado River region. Tectonophysics, 61(1-3):63-95. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1979 21.1951 Origin of a regional northwest-trending lineament, west-central Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 11:89. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1979 21.1952 Late Cenozoic uplift of the southwestern Colorado Plateau and adjacent lower Colorado River region. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 11:278. >Mon. 8: 3-58<

1979 11.475 Late Cenozoic uplift of the southwestern Colorado Plateau and adjacent lower Colorado River region. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 11:278. >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1984 21.1953 Development of landscape in northwestern Arizona: The country of plateaus and canyons. In: Smiley, Terah L., Nations, J. Dale, Péwé, Troy L., and Schafer, John P. (eds.), Landscapes of Arizona; the geological story. Landham, Maryland: University Press of America, pp. 269-301. >Mon. 8: 3-58 to 3-59<

1987 21.1954 The mouth of the Grand Canyon and edge of the Colorado Plateau in the upper Lake Mead area, Arizona. In: Beus, Stanley S. (ed.), Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America. Geological Society of America, Centennial Field Guide, Volume 2, pp. 365-370. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1988 21.1955 Canyon maker; a geological history of the Colorado River. Plateau, 59(2):1-32. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1989 21.1956 History of the Grand Canyon and of the Colorado River in Arizona. In: Jenney, J. P., and Reynolds, S. J. (eds.), Geologic evolution of Arizona. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 17, pp. 701-715. >Mon. 8: 3-109<

1989 23.51 Overflight of the tectonic boundary between the Colorado Plateau and the Basin Range provinces; northwest Arizona, July 6-7, 1989, July 20-21, 1989. 28th International Geological Congress, Field Trip Guidebook T116/389. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union, 21 pp. [N.B.: The field trips were cancelled.] >Mon. 8: 2-SS-1, 3-SS1-3<

1990 21.1958 History of the Grand Canyon and of the Colorado River in Arizona. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press and Museum of Northern Arizona Press, pp. 311-332 >Mon. 8: 3-109<

1991 22.283 Topographic map of the Palisades-Unkar area, Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 91-0636, 2 sheets, scale 1:5,000. >Mon. 8: 3-109<

1991 21.4189 Quaternary geology, geomorphology, and erosional processes, eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona; administrative report. Flagstaff, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey, 32 pp.

1992 2.4202 Ivoking the Canyon spirit. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(4)(Fall):24.

1993 20.111 [GCES Phase II. F. U.S. Geological Survey, Geomorphic and Geologic Analysis in Support of the Cultural Resource Program. F3. Geologic Report. Phase II documentation, F3.] (Principal Investigator) Quaternary geology, geomorphology, and erosional processes in the eastern Grand Canyon. Draft--30 September 1993. [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.]

1993 20.112 [GCES Phase II. F. U.S. Geological Survey, Geomorphic and Geologic Analysis in Support of the Cultural Resource Program. F3. Geologic Report. Phase II documentation, F3.] (Principal Investigator) Quaternary geology, geomorphology, and erosional processes in the eastern Grand Canyon. Final--20 December 1993. [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 24.117 Topographic map of the Lees Ferry area, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-411, 1 sheet, scale 1:5000, contour interval 5 m (2.5-m supplemental contours).

1994 22.284 Topographic map of the Lees Ferry area, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-411, 1 sheet, scale 1:5000, contour interval 5 m (2.5-m supplemental contours).

1995 21.1959 A lesson of thirty years: Personal reflections on the Colorado River as teacher and mentor [abstract]. Arizona Geological Society, Newsletter, (December):1. [Abstract for scheduled dinner talk.]

1995 24.372 Topographic map of the Nankoweap-Kwagunt area, Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-529, 1 sheet, scale 1:5000, contour interval 5 m (2.5-m supplemental contours).

1996 21.1960 Letters from Grand Canyon (with a respectful tip of the hat to Mark Twain). First things first. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 12(3)(Fall):1-2. [First in a series of eight letters. Author's name misspelled "Luchhitta".]

1996 21.1961 Letters from Grand Canyon (with a respectful tip of the hat to Mark Twain). Nuts and bolts, part I. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 12(4)(Winter):1-2, 8. [Second in a series.]

1997 21.1962 Letters from Grand Canyon. Nuts and bolds Part II: The ways of rivers. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 13(1)(Spring):1-3. [Third in a series. Also see erratum, 13(2):7]

1997 21.1963 Letters from Grand Canyon. In the beginning: the rocks. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 13(2):4-7. [Fourth in a series.]

1997 21.1964 Letters from Grand Canyon. Genesis; inland seas and residual lakes. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 13(3)(Fall):4-5, 10. [Fifth in a series.]

1997 21.1965 Letters from Grand Canyon. Reversal; establishing a course. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 13(4)(Winter):4-7. [Sixth in a series.]

2000 21.3689 Letters from the Grand Canyon: First things first. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):28. [First of a series.]

2000 21.3690 Letters from the Grand Canyon: Nuts and bolts, Part I. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(3)(Fall):20-21.

2000 21.3691 Letters from the Grand Canyon--Nuts and bolts part II: The ways of rivers. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(4)(Winter):8-9. [Issue distributed late January 2001. Also see correction, 14(1):5.]

2001 21.3692 Gremlins and glitches. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(1)(Spring):5. [Correction to article in 13(4):8-9.]

2001 21.3693 Letters from Grand Canyon--In the beginning: the rocks. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(1)(Spring):14-16.

2001 21.3694 Letters from Grand Canyon--Genesis inland seas and residual lakes. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(2)(Summer):20-21.

2001 21.3727 Hiking Arizona's geology. Seattle, Washington: Mountaineers Books, 272 pp.

2001 21.3713 Letters from Grand Canyon--Reversal: Establishing a course. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(3)(Fall):14-16.

2002 21.3803 Letters from Grand Canyon--Piracy and capture carve the Grand Canyon: Part A. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(3)(Fall):16-18.

2002 21.3796 Letters from Grand Canyon. Piracy and capture carve the Grand Canyon. Part A. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), (Summer):4-7.

2003 21.3827 History of the Grand Canyon and of the Colorado River in Arizona. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2nd ed., pp. 260-274. [References combined for volume, pp. 407-427.]

2003 11.1045 River incision in Lake Mead. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(1)(Spring):14.

2003 21.3865 Letters from the Grand Canyon--Piracy and capture carve the Grand Canyon: Part B. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(1)(Spring):24-38. [Also see letter by Dick Clark, BQR, 16(2):5.]

2004 21.4022 Letters from Grand Canyon; Evolving landscapes, stream wars, and the Dawinian [sic] survival of the fittest. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), (Fall):6-9.

2004 2.10178 Connections; in reference 'Farewells: Bob Sharp" by Diane Boyer and 'Don Briggs' by Lew Steiger in BQR 17:3. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(4)(Winter 2004-2005):5.

2004 16.480 Kwagunt. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(3)(Fall):12-13. [Historical fiction.]

2004 7.231 Kwagunt. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(3)(Fall):12-13. [Historical fiction.]

2004 21.3956 Letters from Grand Canyon; Piracy and capture carve the Grand Canyon; Part B. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), (Spring):4-8.

2006 4.263 Luna Leopold. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(2)(Summer):3. [Leopold, Luna ( -2006)]

2006 2.12034 Mr. Luchitta's [sic] lucky bus. Arizona Bus Club News, (February):3. [Editor's title (p. 2). Volkswagen bus. In article, editor's introduction refers to author as "Mr. Ivo Lucchetta". Concluded by "Ivo's Travels Part Two" (editor's title) in (March):3, with no reference to Grand Canyon or Colorado River; there editor's introduction refers to author as "Mr. Ivo Lucchita".]

2007 21.4186 Handshakes. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(1)(Spring 2006-2007)[sic]:44-45. [A "genealogy" of Grand Canyon genealogists--Powell, Walcott, Noble, Lucchitta.]

2007 4.275 Don Elston. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(1)(Spring 2006-2007)[sic]:12. [Elston, Don ( -2006).]

2007 21.4194 Evolving landscapes: Stream wars, and the Darwinian survival of the fittest. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(2)(Summer):42-45.

2010 21.5418 The Muddy Creek Formation at the mouth of the Grand Canyon: Constraint or chimera? [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 4 pp.

2011 21.5553 The Muddy Creek Formation at the mouth of the Grand Canyon--constraint or chimera? In: Beard, L. Sue, Karlstrom, Karl E., Young, Richard A., and Billingsley, George H. (eds.), CRevolution 2--Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System, workshop abstracts; May 24-26, 2010, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2011-1210, pp. 196-203.

2012 2.17904 Into the canyon, time, and silence. Grand Canyon River Runner, (14)(Summer):14-15.

2012 2.18004 Into canyon: time and silence. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(4)(Winter 2012-2013):34-35.

2012 2.18000 Remembrance of things past. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(4)(Winter 2012-2013):12-14.

2013 21.6010 Comment on "Apatite 4He/3He and (U-Th)/He evidence for an ancient Grand Canyon". In: Technical Comment Abstracts [section]. Science, 340(April 12):143. [Full text at http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.1234567 as 340:343-a, 2 pp.] [Comment on paper by Flowers and Farley (2012; see Item no. 21.5890).] [Comment on paper by Flowers and Farley (2012; see Item no. 21.5890).]

2013 2.19362 Into canyon, time and silence; a geologist's perspective on a half-century's study of the Grand. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (March):10-15.
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Hendricks, John D.

1972 21.1966 Precambrian lava flows at Basalt Canyon, eastern Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 4:388-389. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1974 21.1967 Spilitic alteration of the Precambrian Cardenas Lavas, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 6:454-455. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1980 21.1968 Paleogeography and tectonism at the time of the Precambrian Cardenas Lavas, eastern Grand Canyon. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 12(6):279. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1983 21.1969 Characteristics, depositional environment, and tectonic interpretations of the Proterozoic Cardenas Lavas, eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geology, 11:177-181. [See also photo, Geology 11(2):cover, 65.] >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Jeanne, Richard A.

2001 21.3982 Geomorphic features and processes of the Shivwits Plateau, Arizona, and their constraints on the age of western Grand Canyon. In: Young, Richard A., and Spamer, Earle E. (eds.), Colorado River: Origin and evolution; proceedings of a symposium held at Grand Canyon National Park in June, 2000. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 65-69. (Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 12.) [2004.]
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Ladd, Gary

2007 21.4188 A geologist's paradise; stately formations of the Grand Canyon preserve the tale of the Earth. Arizona Highways, 83(6):20-27.
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Leopold, Luna B.

1999 22.285 Floods and sandbars in the Grand Canyon. GSA Today (Geological Society of America), 9(4)(April):1-7. [See also comment by Richard Hereford et al., 9(8)(August):18-19, and reply by Lucchitta and Leopold, p. 19.]

1999 22.876 Response from Ivo Lucchitta and Luna Leopold. In: Letters [section]. GSA Today (Geological Society of America), 9(8)(August):18-19. [Reply to comments made by Hereford et al. (see Item no. 22.875).]
Lucchitta, Ivo, and McKee, Edwin H.

1974 21.1970 New geochronologic constraints on the history of the Colorado River and its Grand Canyon. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 7:342. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Morgan, Paul

1998 21.1971 The Upper Miocene Bouse Formation as an indicator for late Cenozoic uplift of the Colorado Plateau. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 30(6):14.
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Quartaroli, Richard D.

2014 2.21036 Ivo Lucchitta. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(2)(Summer):1, 26-44. [Oral history interview.]
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Suneson, N. H.

1993 11.5233 Stratigraphic section of the Castaneda Hills-Signal area, Arizona. In: Sherrod, David R., and Nielson, Jane E. (eds.), Tertiary stratigraphy of highly extended terranes, California, Arizona, and Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 2053, pp. 139-144.

1996 11.477 Timing and character of deformation along the margin of a metamorphic core complex, west-central Arizona. In: Beratan, Kathi K. (ed.), Reconstructing the history of Basin and Range extension using sedimentology and stratigraphy. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 303, pp. 147-170.
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Suneson, Neil

1983 21.1972 Mid- and late-Cenozoic extensional tectonism near the Colorado Plateau boundary in west-central Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 15(5):405. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lucchitta, Ivo, and Young, Richard A.

1986 21.1973 Structure and geomorphic character of western Colorado Plateau in the Grand Canyon-Lake Mead region. In: Nations, J. D., Conway, C. M., and Swann, G. A. (eds.), Geology of central and northern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Field Trip Guidebook, pp. 159-176. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lucchitta, Ivo; Basdekas, P. G.; Bohannon, R. G.; Reick, H. J.; and Dehler, C. M.

1995 24.118 Geologic map of the Cane Springs quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-86, scale 1:24,000.
Lucchitta, Ivo; Beard, L. Sue; Billingsley, George H.; Antweiler, J. C.; Rieck, Hugh J.; and Lane, M. E.

1983 24.119 Geology and mineral resource potential of the Pigeon Canyon (AZ-010-109), Nevershine Mesa (AZ-010-105A), and Snap Point (AZ-010-105B) Wilderness Study Areas, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 83-0888, 21 pp., map scale 1:50,000. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-3<
Lucchitta, Ivo; Beard, Sue J.; and Rieck, Hugh J.

1986 24.120 Geologic map of the Pigeon Canyon, Nevershine Mesa, and Snap Point Wilderness Areas, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-1860-B, 1 sheet. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-3<
Lucchitta, Ivo; Caffee, Marc; Finkel, Robert C.; Curtis, Garniss; Davis, Marie; Davis, Sidney; Hanks, Thomas C.; and Turrin, Brent

1994 21.1974 Quaternary alluvial chronology in the eastern Grand Canyon-Lake Powell region, Arizona and Utah. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 26(7):A258.
Lucchitta, Ivo; Curtis, G. H.; Davis, M. E.; Davis, S. W.; Turrin, Brent D.

1995 21.1975 Quaternary geology of the Granite Park area, Grand Canyon: Aggradation-downcutting cycles, calibration of soils stages, and response of fluvial system to volcanic activity. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-591, 59 pp. (Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Quaternary Geology-Geomorphology Program, Report 2.) [Also another version seen with title-page indicating U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report without number, 62 pp.]
Lucchitta, Ivo; Curtis, G. H.; Davis, M. E.; Davis, S. W.; Turrin, Brent D.; and Coder, Christopher

1995 21.1976 Quaternary geology of the Granite Park area, Grand Canyon, Arizona: Aggradation-downcutting cycles, calibration of soils stages, and response of fluvial system to volcanic activity. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-591, 59 pp. [Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Quaternary Geology-Geomorphology Program, Report 2.]
Lucchitta, Ivo; Curtis, Garniss H.; Davis, Marie E.; Davis, Sidney W.; and Turrin, Brent D.

2000 21.3593 Cyclic aggradation and downcutting, fluvial response to volcanic activity, and calibration of soil-carbonate stages in the western Grand Canyon, Arizona. Quaternary Research, 53(1):23-33.
Lucchitta, Ivo; Curtis, Garniss H.; Davis, Marie E.; Davis, Sidney W.; Hanks, Thomas C.; Finkel, Robert C.; and Turrin, Brent

2001 21.3995 Rates of downcutting of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon region. In: Young, Richard A., and Spamer, Earle E. (eds.), Colorado River: Origin and evolution; proceedings of a symposium held at Grand Canyon National Park in June, 2000. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 155-157. (Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 12.) [2004.]
Lucchitta, Ivo; Dehler, Carol M.; and Basdekas, Peggy G.

1995 24.121 Geologic map of the Cane Springs Southeast quadrangle, northern Mohave County, AZ. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-48, scale 1:24,000.
Lucchitta, Ivo; Dehler, Carol M.; Davis, Marie E.; Burke, Kelly J.; and Basdekas, Peggy O.

1995 24.273 Quaternary geologic map of the Palisades Creek-Comanche Creek area, eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-832, 2 sheets, text 39 pp. (Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Quaternary Geology-Geomorphology Program, Report 3.)
Lucchitta, Ivo; Hendricks, John D.; and Hereford, Richard

1983 21.1977 Revision to the middle Proterozoic paleomagnetic path for the eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona, on the basis of reassignment of two key stratigraphic units. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 15(5):422-423. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lucchitta, Ivo; Holm, Richard F.; and Lucchitta, Baerbel K.

2010 21.5411 Crooked Ridge of northern Arizona: A major precursor drainage of the Colorado River system [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 5 pp.

2011 21.5594 A Miocene river in northern Arizona and its implications for the Colorado River and Grand Canyon. GSA Today (Geological Society of America), 21(10)(October):cover, 4-10 + GSA Supplemental Data Item 2011320 (Tables DR1-DR3, Figures DR1, DR2 [5 pp.]).

2011 21.5552 The Miocene(?) Crooked Ridge River in northern Arizona and its implications for the Colorado River and Grand Canyon. In: Beard, L. Sue, Karlstrom, Karl E., Young, Richard A., and Billingsley, George H. (eds.), CRevolution 2--Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System, workshop abstracts; May 24-26, 2010, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2011-1210, pp. 186-195.
Lucchitta, Ivo; McDougall, Kristin; Metzger, Donald G.; Morgan, Paul; Smith, Gerald R.; and Chernoff, Barry

2001 11.1159 The Bouse Formation and post-Miocene uplift of the Colorado Plateau. In: Young, Richard A., and Spamer, Earle E. (eds.), Colorado River: Origin and evolution; proceedings of a symposium held at Grand Canyon National Park in June, 2000. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 173-178. (Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 12.) [2004.]

2001 21.3998 The Bouse Formation and post-Miocene uplift of the Colorado Plateau. In: Young, Richard A., and Spamer, Earle E. (eds.), Colorado River: Origin and evolution; proceedings of a symposium held at Grand Canyon National Park in June, 2000. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 173-178. (Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 12.) [2004.]
Luce, Robert J., and Keinath, Doug

2007 19.3067 Spotted bat (Euderma maculatum): A technical conservation assessment; prepared for the USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, Species Conservation Project. [No imprint], 51 pp.
Luce, Willard

1954 28.988 Dam. In: Pictures of the Month [section]. Desert Magazine, 17(3)(March):23. [Hoover Dam.]

1954 28.987 Navajo tower. In: Pictures of the Month [section]. Desert Magazine, 17(2)(February):15. [Watchtower at Desert View, Grand Canyon.]
Lucero Velasco, Héctor Manuel

2002 2.17809 (coordinating ed.) Mexicali, 100 años; arquitectura y urbanismo en el desierto del Colorado. México: Grupo Patria Editorial, 182 pp.
Lucero, Julie Ermalinda

2013 17.1537 Trust as an ethical construct in community-based participatory research partnerships. Ph.D. dissertation, University of New Mexico, 231 pp. [See "Case Study", pp. 4-11, regarding the Havasupai blood-use case.]
Luchetti, Cathy, and Olwell, Carol

1992 2.8137 Women of the West. New York: Orion Books, 240 pp. [Includes Havasupai.]
Lucille Ball Productions

1969 26.556 Lucy runs the rapids. (Starring Lucille Ball; Gary Morton, Executive Producer; Cleo Smith, Producer; George Marshall, Director; Gene Thompson, writer.) [Hollywood, California]: Lucille Ball Productions. Ca. 30:00. (Here's Lucy television series, episode 28 (Season 2, episode 4), first aired October 13, 1969.) [Filmed entirely in the Lees Ferry area.]
Luck, Jake

1998 2.4203 Jake Luck. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(2)(Spring):1, 21-33. (Interview by Lew Steiger, edited by Steiger and Brad Dimock. Photos courtesy of Peggy and Jake Luck, Mike Denoyer, and Richard Quartaroli.)
Lucke, John B.

1947 2.13676 Grand Canyon. In: Letters to the Editors [section]. Life, 23(13)(September 29):23. [Comment on article in Life, (September 8) [citation no. 2.206].]
Luckey, Thomas; McCroan, John E.; Abbott, Dean; Newell, Thomas O.; Hotchkiss, Philip M.; Orr, William; Steckler, Alan; [and laboratories]

1973 15.801 Relapsing fever--Georgia, Arizona. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (U.S. Public Health Service), 22(29)(July 21):242, 247. [North Rim, Grand Canyon.] [See also follow-up reports by David L. White et al. and by Herzl Friedlander et al. (Item nos. 15.802, 15.803).]
Lucy Moore Associates, and United States Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, Morris K. Udall Foundation

2004 13.2224 Report of the assessment of stakeholder interests on Grand Canyon overflights for the National Park Service and Federal Aviation Administration. [No place]: Lucy Moore Associates, and United States Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, 23, [2] pp.
Ludden, Brad

2006 2.10570 Kayak the Grand. In: Adventure Life List [feature]. Outside, 31(1)(January):68.
Ludewig, Hermann E., and Turner, William W.

1858 1.291 The literature of American aboriginal languages. By Hermann E. Ludewig. With additions and corrections by Professor Wm. W. Turner. Edited by Nicolas Trübner. London: Trübner and Co., 258 [259] pp. (Trübner's Bibliotheca Glottica. I.) [Regarding Native American groups of the immediate Grand Canyon and lower Colorado River regions, see: "Cocopas", p. 51; "Mohavi, Moyave", p. 122; "Pueblo Indians (Zuñi, Keres)", pp. 154-155, 236; "Yumas", pp. 205-206.]
Ludmer, Larry H.

1993 9.241 The great American wilderness; touring America's national parks. Edison, New Jersey: Hunter Publising Co., Inc., 304 pp. (see pp. 115-122).

1995 9.242 Arizona, Utah and Colorado; a touring guide. Edison, New Jersey: Hunter Publishing, Inc., 149 pp. (see pp. 102-104).

1996 9.243 The great American wilderness; touring America's national parks. Edison, New Jersey: Hunter Publishing Co., Inc., 2nd ed., 282 pp. (see pp. 99-106). (Spine title, "Touring America's National Parks".)

1998 9.244 Arizona guide; be a traveler--not a tourist! Cold Spring Harbor, New York: Open Road Publishing, 383 pp. [Copy first purchased, December 1997.]

2000 9.551 The great American wilderness; touring America's national parks. Edison, New Jersey: Hunter Publishing Co., Inc., 3rd ed., 506 pp.

2003 9.605 Arizona guide (updated by Dan Quillen). Cold Spring Harbor, New York: Open Road Publishing, 3rd ed., 384 pp.
Ludtke, Melissa

1977 2.4204 Grandeur and turmoil. In: Blaustein, John (photographs), Just keep your head above water. Sports Illustrated, 47(5)(August 1):29.
Ludwig, Kenneth R., and Simmons, K. R.

1988 21.1978 Progress in U/Pb isotope studies of collapse-breccia pipes in the Grand Canyon region, northern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 20(7):A139. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1991 21.1979 U/Pb dating of uranium ores in collapse breccia pipes, Grand Canyon region. In: Paget, Maurice, et al. (eds.), Source transport and deposition of metals. 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits, August 30-September 3, 1991, Nancy, France, pp. 405-408.

1992 21.1980 U-Pb dating of uranium deposits in collapse breccia pipes of the Grand Canyon region. Economic Geology (Society of Economic Geologists, Bulletin), 87(7):1747-1765.
Ludwig, Kenneth R.; Rasmussen, J. D.; and Simmons, K. R.

1986 21.1981 Age of uranium ores in collapse-breccia pipes in the Grand Canyon area, northern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 18(5):392. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Ludwigson, J.

1967 13.859 Dams and the Colorado. Science News, 91:167. >Mon. 8: 7-9<

1967 12.820 Dams and the Colorado. Science News, (February 18):167.
Luebke, David; Reddy, Martin; Cohen, Jonathan D.; Varshney, Amitabh; Watson, Benjamin; and Huebner, Robert

2003 21.5648 Level of detail for 3D graphics. Amsterdam, Boston, London, New York, Oxford, Paris, San Diego, San Francisco, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 390 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon terrain model, pp. 118, 186-187, 210-211, 227.]
Luecke, Daniel F.; Pitt, Jennifer; Congdon, Chelsea; Glenn, Edward; Valdés-Casillas, Carlos; and Briggs, Mark

1999 11.830 A delta once more: Restoring riparian and wetland habitat in the Colorado River delta. [Washington, D.C.]: Environmental Defense Fund, pp. i-viii, 1-51, A-1 to A-3, B-1 to B-3, C-1 to C-31.

1999 11.1670 El delta una vez más: restaurando el hábitat ribereño y los humedales del delta del río Colorado. Washington, D.C.: Environmental Defense, pp. i-vi, 1-64, A-1 to A-3, B-1 to B-4, C-1 to C-30.
Luedke, R. G.

1993 24.123 Maps showing distribution, composition, and age of early and middle Cenozoic volcanic centers in Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-2291-A, 2 sheets, scale 1:1,000,000, text 16 pp.
Luedke, R. G., and Shoemaker, E. M.

1952 24.122 Tectonic map of the Colorado Plateau. U.S. Geological Survey, Trace Elements Memorandum Report 301 (open-file). >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-3<
Luedke, R. G., and Smith, R. L.

1979 24.124 Map showing distribution, composition, and age of late Cenozoic volcanic centers in Arizona and New Mexico. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-1091-A, 2 sheets, scale 1:1,000,000. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-3<
Luedke, Robert G., and Smith, Robert L.

1991 21.1982 Quaternary volcanism in the western conterminous United States. In: Morrison, Roger B. (ed.), Quaternary nonglacial geology: Conterminous U.S. Geological Society of America, Geology of North America, Volume K-2, pp. 75-92. >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Luepke, Gretchen |New York Times|

1966 3.228 (June 12) Against canyon dams. [Gretchen Luepke, letter to the Editor.] (Section 4, p. 13) >Mon. 8: 11-10<
Lufholm, Peter Henry

1975 21.1983 The geophysical analysis of the Gray Mountain area, Coconino County, Arizona. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 54 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lugo-Hubp, José

1990 11.5973 El relieve de la República Mexicana. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Geografía, Revista, 9(1):82-111.
Lugo-Ibarra, K. C., and Daesslé, L. W.

2010 11.2039 Registro de contaminantes orgánicos e inorgánicos en núcleos de sedimento del delta del Rio Colorado, Baja California, México [abstract]. XX Congreso Nacional de Geoquímica (INAGEQ, Instituto Nacional de Geoquímica, México). Actas INAGEQ, 16(1)(October):221.
Lugo-Ibarra, K. C.; Daesslé, L. W.; Macias-Zamora, J. V.; and Ramirez-Alvarez, N.

2009 11.6597 Pesticidas organoclorados y SBPC's, en núcleos de sedimento en el Río Colorado-Río Hardy, Baja California, México [abstract]. In: Daesslé, Luis Walter, Lugo Ibarra, Karina C., and Orozco Durán, Alexandro (eds.), INAGEQ, Instituto Nacional de Geoquímica, Número especial dedicado al XIX Congresso Nacional de Geoquímica y a nuestro querido socio y amigo Dr. Rodolfo Rodríguez Ríos (Q.D.E.P.). Actas INAGEQ (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanológicas, Instituto Nacional de Geoquímica), 15(1)(September):58. [Bifenilos Policlorados; or PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls).]

2011 11.2923 Persistent organic pollutants associated to water fluxes and sedimentary processes in the Colorado River delta, Baja California, Mexico. Chemosphere, 85:210-217.
Luis Castro, José

1999 30.977 "La Comisión Internacional de Límites y Aguas entre México y los Estado Unidos: Sus orígenes y su actuación hasta 1996", Juaquín Bustamante Redondo. Frontera Norte, 14(27)(January/June):261-264. [Review. See Item no. 12.4111 for the title by Bustamante Redondo.]
Lukas, Jeff; Wade, Lisa; and Rajagopalan, Balaji

2012 12.3386 Paleohydrology of the lower Colorado River basin and implications for water supply availability. Colorado Water (Colorado State University, Water Center), 29(6)(November/December):2-4.

2012 11.3900 Paleohydrology of the lower Colorado River basin and implications for water supply availability. Colorado Water (Colorado State University, Water Center), 29(6)(November/December):2-4.

2012 12.3391 Paleohydrology of the lower Colorado River basin and implications for water supply availability. Colorado State University, Colorado Water Institute, Completion Report 223, 34 pp.

2012 11.3904 Paleohydrology of the lower Colorado River basin and implications for water supply availability. Colorado State University, Colorado Water Institute, Completion Report 223, 34 pp.
Lukins, Julian

2000 2.7953 Muleskinner honored. Brayer, __________:16. [Excerpt from "The NYO Register", May 27-28, 2000, about "Fred Burke: `The last of the Mohicans'", submitted to The Brayer by "Roberta".]
Lukowski, Susan

1981 13.3256 NPS video technology applications endless. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 4(6)(June):7. ["Portable [video tape units], according to Grand Canyon's Resource Management Chief, Jim Walters, 'has been terrific for situations like brining the impact of burro damage directly to public meetings.' The 10-minute unedited black and white tape Walters shot from a small patrol plane 'did much to help the viewers understand Grand Canyon's problems.'" (entire note)]
Lull, Richard Swann

1904 21.5622 Nature's hieroglyphics. Popular Science Monthly, (December):139-149. [Fossil footprints. See p. 149, note of fossil footprints in Grand Canyon, in passing.]

1918 21.1984 Fossil footprints from the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. American Journal of Science, 4th Series, 45:337-346. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1918 21.1985 The pulse of life. In: The evolution of the earth and its inhabitants; a series of lectures delivered before the Yale Chapter of the Sigma Xi during the academic year 1916-1917. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, and London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, pp. 109-146 (see pp. 111, 118-119).
Lumholtz, Carl

1912 2.17881 New trails in Mexico; an account of one year's exploration in north-western Sonora, Mexico, and south-western Arizona, 1909-1910. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 411 pp. [See particularly, "Preface", pp. vii-xiv, and Chapters 15, 16, pp. 235-273.]
Lummis, Charles F.

1891 6.581 Strange corners of our country. St. Nicholas, 19(2)(December):122-129. ("To be continued.") [Includes Grand Canyon.] Goodman 664

1892 2.4207 A tramp across the continent. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 270 pp. (see pp. 244-254). >Mon. 8: 1-32< Guidon 415

1892 2.4208 Some strange corners of our country (The wonderland of the Southwest). New York: Century Co., 270 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-32< Guidon 413

1892 6.972 Strange corners of our country. Chapter II. St. Nicholas, 19(4)(February):274-278. [Includes lower Colorado River and Salton Basin.] [NOTE: Parts 3-6 are not pertinent to this bibliography: (April):421-428, (July):701-708, (August):788-792, (October):920-924.]

1893 2.22601 The cities that were forgotten. Scribner's Magazine, 13(4)(April):466-477. [See p. 467: "[Coronado's] expeditions discovered the greatest chasm on earth--the Grand Cañon of the Colorado--and most of the other marvels of the Southwest, three centuries before a Saxon ever saw any of them." (entire note)]

1893 2.21659 The land of poco tiempo. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 310 pp. [See p. 6: "Cañons [in New Mexico] are rare, and inferior to those of Colorado and the farther Southwest." And see p. 288, regarding Coronado: "His expeditions discovered the greatest chasm on earth--the Grand Cañon of the Colorado--and most of the other marvels of the Southwest, three centuries before a Saxon ever saw any of them."]

1893 2.15323 By stage into the cañon. In: Pen Pictures of Travel [section]. Current Literature, 13(3)(July):394. [Brief extract from Lummis article in Californian Illustrated Magazine.]

1893 2.4209 The Grand Cañon of the Colorado. Californian Illustrated Magazine, 4(June):10-18. >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ7:136A [volume] Goodman 941

1893 2.4210 The Spanish pioneers. Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co., 292 pp.

1895 2.4211 The greatest thing in the world. Land of Sunshine, 3(4)(September):195-198. [Author attribution appears in index, p. [301] as "C. F. L."; listed there as "Grand Cañon, The, illustrated".] >Mon. 8: 1-32< Goodman 958

1896 2.4212 The southwestern wonderland. Land of Sunshine, 4(5)(April):204-213. [Continued in the next issue, but not there pertinent to this bibliography.] >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1897 2.4213 The country of standing rocks. Land of Sunshine, 6:183-186. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1902 2.4214 The greatest thing in the world. In: Titan of chasms; the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Chicago: The Santa Fe, Passenger Department, pp. 23-32. [Reprintings, 1902-1916, with various paginations.] >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1902 2.4215 A week of wonders. III. Out West, 16(1)(January):18-24. [Item signed "C. F. L."] >Mon. 8: 1-67<

1902 2.4216 The greatest thing in the world. In: The Grand Canyon of Arizona; being a book of words from many pens, about the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. [Chicago]: Passenger Department, Santa Fe Railway System, pp. 33-37. [Several reprintings through 1909; pagination taken from 1909 ed.]

1903 2.4217 Some strange corners of our country; the wonderland of the Southwest. New York: Century Co., 270 pp.

1903 2.16329 In the Lion's Den [column]. Out West, 18(6)(June):751-756. [See p. 752, regarding Theodore Roosevelt's speech at Grand Canyon.]

1910 2.19746 In the Lion's Den [column]. Out West, 32(1)(January):81-87. [See p. 84, remarking on the "Human Hogs" of public greed, "Pretty soon someone will be making a dam-site of the Grand Cañon of Arizona, or painting letters half a mile high along its side advising us to take Mr. Tutti-frutti's little liver pills." Also decries (pp. 84-85) the threatened despoilation of Hetch-Hetchy Valley for water supply, "as much a heritage to all California and all the United States and all the world as the Yosemite, or the Yellowstone, or the Grand Cañon."]

1915 2.4218 Some strange corners of our country. New York: Century Co. (see pp. 1-19). >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1916 2.4219 Los exploradores españoles del siglo XVI. Barcelona, Spain: R. de S. N. Araluce, 317 pp.

1917 2.4220 A tramp across the continent. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 270 pp. (see pp. 244-254). [Reprinting of Lummis (1892).] >Mon. 8: 1-32< FQ9:367 FQ10:216 FQ11:252 FQ12:327 FQ13:304

1919 2.7264 A cosmic intaglio; an appreciation of Grand Canyon National Park. In: Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. [No place]: United States Railroad Administration, National Park Series, pp. 3-4. [Printed by Henry O. Shepard Co., Chicago, "Season 1919-20", "9-1-19".]

1920 2.4221 [Foreword.] In: A cosmic intaglio; an appreciation of Grand Canyon National Park. U.S. Railroad Administration, National Park Series, Grand Canyon National Park 1920 ed. Chicago: Henry O. Shepard Co., pp. 3-4. (Cover title: Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, Season 1919-20. "A.T. & S.F. Ry.--Reprint".) [Also see other imprints under U.S. Railroad Administration.]

1922 2.17707 Los exploradores españoles de Siglo XVI; vindicación de la acción colonizadora española en América. Barcelona: Casa Editorial Araluce, 5th ed., 236 [237] pp.

1922 6.766 The jawbone telegraph (illustrated by C. L. Barnes). Boys' Life, 12(4)(April):6-7. [Fiction.]

1925 2.4222 Mesa, cañon and pueblo; our wonderland of the Southwest, its marvels of nature, its pageant of the earth building, its strange peoples, its centuried romance. New York and London: Century Co., 517 pp. (see pp. 20-49). >Mon. 8: 1-32< FQ3:86 FQ12B:128 Guidon 417

1925 2.4223 A tramp across the continent. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 270 pp. FQ11A:93

1968 17.113 Bullying the Moqui, by Charles F. Lummis (Robert O. Easton and D. Mackenzie Brown, eds.). [Prescott, Arizona]: Prescott College Press, 132 pp. >Mon. 8: 6-6<

1969 2.4224 A tramp across the continent. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Calvin Horn, 270 pp.

1982 2.4225 A tramp across the continent (introduction by Robert E. Fleming). Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 270 pp.

1989 2.4226 Some strange corners of our country (The wonderland of the Southwest) (foreword by Lawrence Clark Powell). Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 270 pp.

1989 2.8887 Letters from the Southwest; September 20, 1884, to March 14, 1885 (James W. Byrkit, ed.). Tucson: University of Arizona Press, xlix [lii], 309 [311] pp. (see pp. 255-259).
Lumsden, David N.; Ledbetter, Michael T.; and Smith, George T.

1973 11.2081 Lithostratigraphic analysis of the Bird Spring-Callville Group and Pakoon Formation (Pennsylvanian-lower Permian), southern Clark County, Nevada. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 43(3):655-671.
Lumsden, Michael; Singer, Lynette; and Schütz, Jonathan

2009 26.447 Scenic walks of the world. Direct Holdings Australia, DVD, 4 disks, 245:00. (Readers Digest Collections. Distributed by Shock Entertainment.)
Lund, Folmer

1982 2.17666 Turen til USA-Canada. Sortbroget Kvæg (Avlsforeningen for Sortbroget Malkevæg i Danmark), (April):16-19. [Grand Canyon, p. 18.]
Lund, John W.; Boyd, Tonya; and Monnie, David

1995 11.8048 Use of silica waste from the Cerro Prieto geothermal field as construction material. GHC Bulletin (Geo-Heat Center, Oregon Institute of Technology), 16(2)(February):15-22.
Lund, William R.

1997 21.1986 Geologic hazards in the region of the Hurricane fault. In: Link, Paul Karl, and Kowallis, Bart J. (eds.), Mesozoic to Recent geology of Utah. Brigham Young University, Geology Studies, 42(Part 2):255-260; combined references, pp. 273-277. (Geological Society of America field trip guidebook, 1997 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah.)

1998 21.1987 Utah and Arizona Geological Surveys cooperate to evaluate seismic hazards. Survey Notes (Utah Geological Survey), 30(3)(May):cover, 3-5.

2002 23.83 (ed.) Field guide to geologic excursions in southwestern Utah and adjacent areas of Arizona and Nevada; field trip guide; prepared for the Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting in Cedar City, Utah, May 7-9, 2002. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 02-172, 331 pp.
Lund, William R., and Everitt, B. L.

1998 21.3714 Reconnaissance paleoseismic investigation of the Hurricane fault in southwestern Utah, including the Ash Creek section and Anderson Junction section. In: Pearthree, P. A., Lund, W. R., Stenner, H. D., and Everitt, B. L., Paleoseismologic investigations of the Hurricane fault in southwestern Utah and northwestern Arizona; final project report. National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program, Program Element I, Panel NI, pp. 8-48.
Lund, William R.; Pearthree, P. A.; Amoroso, Lee; Hozik, M. J.; and Hatfield, S. C.

2001 21.4422 Paleoseismic investigation of earthquake hazard and long-term movement history of the Hurricane fault, southwestern Utah and northwestern Arizona. For U.S. Geological Survey, 67 pp., appendices. (Award no. 99HQGR0026.)
Lund, William R.; Sharrow, David L.; and Knudsen, Tyler R.

2007 23.90 (with Wayne Rogers and Ed Fall) Engineering geology in the Rocky Mountain West; effective geologic practice; Geological Society of America, 2007 Rocky Mountain Section Annual Meeting, St. George, Utah, May 6, 2007, 39 pp. [See "Stop 6. The Hurricane fault. Discussion leader: William Lund, Utah Geological Survey", pp. 19-23.]
Lund, William R.; Taylor, Wanda J.; Pearthree, Philip A.; Stenner, Heidi; Amoroso, Lee; and Hurlow, Hugh

2002 23.84 Structural development and paleoseismicity of the Hurricane fault, southwestern Utah and northwestern Arizona. In: Lund, William R. (ed.), Field guide to geologic excursions in southwestern Utah and adjacent areas of Arizona and Nevada; field trip guide; prepared for the Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting in Cedar City, Utah, May 7-9, 2002. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 02-172, pp. 2-84.
Lundean, J. L., and Payne, J. E.

1948 2.4227 Mule college. Saturday Evening Post, 221(14)(October 2):30-31, 120-123. >Mon. 8: 1-32<
Lundelius, Ernest L., Jr.

2006 21.4522 Cave site contributions to vertebrate history. Alcheringa, 31:195-210.
Lundelius, Ernest L., Jr.; Graham, Russell W.; Anderson, Elaine; Guilday, John; Holman, J. Alan; Steadman, David W.; and Webb, S. David

1983 21.1988 Terrestrial vertebrate faunas. In: Wright, H. E., Jr. (ed.), Late Quaternary environments of the United States. Volume 1. The Late Pleistocene. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 311-353. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lundin, R. F.; Norby, R. D.; Racey, J. S.; and Walter, D. R.

1978 21.1989 Conodont biostratigraphy of Mississippian rocks of Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 10:114. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lundin, Rich

2007 16.662 Carothers Environmental, LLC and Wondjina Research Institute. In: Recent Research [section]. Arizona Archaeological Council Newsletter, 30(4)(Spring):8-9. [See "Arizona Strip Projects", p. 9.]
Lundin, Richard; Brackett, Claudia; Motsinger, Thomas; Kral, Ethan; and Ryberg, Erika

2007 16.705 Portable X-ray florescence investigations of two Pueblo II-III sites on the North Rim area of Mohave County, Arizona. Society for American Archaeology, 72nd Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, Abstracts, pp. 265-266.
Lundquist, Jessica D.; Dettinger, Michael D.; Stewart, Iris T.; and Cayan, Daniel R.

2009 18.1405 Variability and trends in spring runoff in the western United States. In: Wagner, Frederic H. (ed.), Climate warming in western North America; evidence and environmental effects. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, pp. 63-76. [Data sites of snowfed streamflow gages include one station in northwesternmost Arizona.]
Lundstrom, Georg |New York Times|

1965 3.210 (January 3) Formation of canyon. [Georg Lundstrom, letter to the Editor.] (Section 4, p. 8) >Mon. 8: 11-9<
Lundstrom, Scott

2000 11.856 Inception and development of the lower Colorado River by a large flood event. In: Young, Richard A. (coordinator, preparer), Abstracts for a working conference on the Cenozoic geologic evolution of the Colorado River system and the erosional chronology of the Grand Canyon region; June 7-9, 2000, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. [Geneseo, New York: State University of New York at Geneseo], pp. 52-53. [Young's note: "Many of the abstracts contained in this volume are preliminary, unreviewed working documents and should not be cited as formal references in other research papers."]

2000 21.3632 Inception and development of the lower Colorado River by a large flood event. In: Young, Richard A. (coordinator, preparer), Abstracts for a working conference on the Cenozoic geologic evolution of the Colorado River system and the erosional chronology of the Grand Canyon region; June 7-9, 2000, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. [Geneseo, New York: State University of New York at Geneseo], pp. 52-53. [Young's note: "Many of the abstracts contained in this volume are preliminary, unreviewed working documents and should not be cited as formal references in other research papers."]
Lundstrom, Scott C.; Mahan, Shannon A.; Paces, James B.

1998 11.478 Late Pleistocene sedimentation and erosion of the lower Colorado River, Nevada and Arizona: Possible evidence for catastrophic floods. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 30(6):14.
Lundstrom, Scott C.; Mahan, Shannon A.; Paces, James B.; and Hudson, Mark R.

2004 11.1539 Late Pleistocene aggradation and incision of the lower Colorado River downstream of the Grand Canyon. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5):550.
Lundstrom, Scott C.; Mahan, Shannon A.; Paces, James B.; Hudson, Mark R.; House, P. Kyle; Malmon, Daniel V.; Blair, J. Luke; and Howard, Keith A.

2008 11.1348 Late Pleistocene aggradation and degradation of the lower Colorado River: Perspectives from the Cottonwood area and other reconnaissance below Boulder Canyon. In: Reheis, Marith C., Hershler, Robert, and Miller, David M. (eds.), Late Cenozoic drainage history of the southwestern Great Basin and lower Colorado River region: Geologic and biotic perspectives. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 439, pp. 411-.
Lundy, William Leon

1973 21.4454 The stratigraphy and evolution of the Coconino Sandstone of northern Arizona. Master's thesis, University of Tulsa, 106 pp.
Lungren, Fernand

1905 28.953 [Illustrations.] In: White, William Allen, On Bright Angel Trail. McClure's Magazine, 25(5)(September):505-512. [Full-page color illustrations: "Sunset", "The Water Knife", The River", "From a Side Cañon" (pp. 508-509), "Noon", "Moonlight", "In the Depths".] [White, see Item no. 2.6891.]
Luning, Henk M.

2013 16.939 Volgens Kapitein Bellen; archeologie, folklore en wichelarij op de veluwe en in Drenthe. Leiden: Sidestone Press, 167 pp. [See Hoofdstuck 8, "Geheimen van de gevorkte stok", specifically section 8.1, "De Wichelroede". Grand Canyon, p. 102, in passing.] [In context, the "touwbekercultuur" having been indicated by one individual to have come from Teutoburg Forest through Siberia to the Grand Canyon and Colorado River.]
Lunn, Joanathan

1993 2.11827 The Great Unconformity. Dance Now, 2(3)(Autumn):5-9.
Lunt, H. F.

1904 21.1990 [Discussion of "The copper-deposits of the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona", by E. P. Jennings (1904).] American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Transactions, 34:989-990. >Mon. 8: 3-50<
Luo, Wei; Pelletier, J. D.; Duffin, Kirk; Ormand, Carol J.; Hung, Wei-chen; Iverson, Ellen A.; Shernoff, David; Zhai, Xiaoming; and Chowdary, A.

2013 21.6517 Web-based interactive landform simulation model--Grand Canyon [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9-13 December, Abstract ED14C-004.
Luo, Wei; Pelletier, Jon; Duffkin, Kirk; Ormand, Carol J.; Hung, Wei-chen; Iverson, Ellen; Shernoff, David; Zhai, Xiaoming; and Whalley, Kyle

2014 21.6489 Web-based Interactive Landform Simulation Model--Grand Canyon (WILSIM-GC). Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 46(6):599.
Luo, Wei; Pingel, T.; Heo, J.; and Howard, A. D.

2013 21.6518 A progressive Black Top Hat transformation algorithm for estimating valley volumes from DEM data [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9-13 December, Abstract EP43B-0853. [Notes, in passing, "[p]reliminary application of the PBTH to Grand Canyon and two sites on Mars". Degital Elevation Model. Progressive Black Top Hat.]
Luoma, Jon R., and Rickman, Rick

1998 18.440 Habitat-conservation plans: Compromise or capitulation? Audubon, 100(1)(January-February):36-43.
Lupe, Robert

1983 21.1991 Late Triassic cyclic deposition on the Colorado Plateau and its regional implications. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 15(5):285. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Lupher, M. L., and Clarkson, R. W.

1994 19.3165 Temperature tolerance of humpback chub (Gila cypha) and Colorado squawfish (Ptychocheilus lucius) [abstract]. Desert Fishes Council, Proceedings, 25:38.
Lupton, C. T.

1912 21.1992 Notes on the geology of the San Rafael Swell, Utah. Washington Academy of Sciences, Journal, 2:185-188. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1916 21.1993 Geology and coal resources of Castle Valley, Utah. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 628, 88 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Luque Agraz, Diana, and Gómez, Eduwiges

2007 11.7099 La construcción de la región del Golfo de California desde lo ambiental y lo indígena. The construction of the Californian Gulf region from the environmental and indigenous. Ra Ximhai (Revista de Sociedad, Cultura y Desarrollo Sustentable, Universidad Autónoma Indígena de México, El Fuerte, Sinaloa), 3(1)(January/April):83-116. [Bilingual title, thus.]
Luque Agraz, Diana, and Robles Torres, Antonio

2006 11.5004 Naturalezas, saberes y territorios Comcáac (Seri); diversidad cultural y sustentabilidad ambiental. México: Instituto Nacional de Ecología, and Hermosillo, Sonora: Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo, A.C., 360 pp.
Lush, Tom

1985 2.18696 Six weeks of American hospitality (continued from Jan/March Bulletin). The Bulletin (The Allard Register, [United Kingdom?]), (April/June):2-3. [The Allard Register, organization of owners and enthusiasts of automobiles from the Allard Motor Company.] [Includes notes of visits to Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon, referring to "Boulder Dam" and "National Canyon Park". Earlier installment not pertinent to this bibliography.]
Lusk, Brian

2002 2.8826 A Southwest cockpit odyssey. Airways, 9(3)(May):cover, inside front cover, 24-30 (see p. 29).
Lusk, Joel David

1993 11.480 Selenium in aquatic habitats at Imperial National Wildlife Refuge [abstract of Master's thesis]. Masters Abstracts International, 32(5):1328.

1993 11.479 Selenium in aquatic habitats at Imperial National Wildlife Refuge. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 150 pp. [^11.480^ Abstract in Masters Abstracts International, 32(5):1328.]
Lusky Brothers and Company

____ 2.4228 Lusky's Flagstaff, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Bellemont, Parks, Grand Canyon and Williams "blue book" criss-cross city directory. Anaheim, California: Luskey Brothers and Co. [Serial; social directory. [Various dates, 1960s-?] >Mon. 8: 12-22<
Lüsted, Marcia Amidon

2003 6.447 The Hoover Dam. San Diego, Detroit, New York, San Francisco, Cleveland (Ohio), New Haven (Connecticut), Waterville (Maine), London, and Munich: Lucent Books, Thomson Gale, 112 pp. (Building History Series.)

2010 6.578 Arizona; the Grand Canyon State. New York: PowerKids Press, 24 pp.
Lutch, Debbie

2001 13.1856 Project compliance and public scoping update. Uplift and Erosion (Grand Canyon National Park General Management Plan Implementation Team newsletter), (June):3.

2001 13.1857 Project compliance and public scoping update. Uplift and Erosion (Grand Canyon National Park General Management Plan Implementation Team newsletter), (October):3.
Luten, Daniel

1964 13.1722 The tragicomedy of the Colorado River. American Whitewater, 10(2)(Autumn):27.

1966 13.860 Engines in the wilderness. Landscape, 15(3):25-27. >Mon. 8: 7-16<
Luten, Daniel B., and Taylor, Paul Schuster

1967 2.4229 The use and misuse of a river. American West, 4(May):47-53, 73-75. >first cited in GCNHA Monograph 8: page 4-19<
Luten, Winifred |New York Times|

1952 3.707 (June 15) Doing the Grand Canyon trails on foot. By Winifred Luten. (p. X 26)
Luthe, Patricia

2004 30.608 Book review: Down the Great Unknown: John Wesley Powell's 1869 journey of discovery and tragedy through the Grand Canyon by Edward Dolnick. The Diplomat (Peoria Area World Affairs Council), (Winter):4.
Luther, Amy, and Axen, Gary

2013 11.5700 Alternating extensional and shortening stress fields on the West Salton detachment fault, southern California. Geology, 41(10)(October):1047-1050.
Lutrell, Estelle

1913 1.85 A bibliographical list of books, pamphlets and articles on Arizona in the University of Arizona Library. Tucson: University of Arizona, 60 pp. ["Grand Canyon" and "Colorado River" lists, p. 37.] >Mon. 8: page xxvii<

1916 1.86 (compiler) Bibliography of Arizona mining, metallurgy and geology. University of Arizona, Bulletin 23 (Economic Series, no. 7), 49 pp.

1916 21.1994 (compiler) Bibliography of Arizona mining, metallurgy and geology. University of Arizona, Bulletin 23 (Economic Series, no. 7), 49 pp.

1949 1.87 Newspapers and periodicals of Arizona, 1859-1911. University of Arizona, General Bulletin 15, 123 pp. FQ8:252 Guidon 418
Luttrell, Charles

2014 2.20903 Grand Canyon's Lava Falls "Trail". In: Luttrell, Jean, Some things change. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 25(2)(Spring):1, 2, 3-4. [Includes cover illustration.]
Luttrell, Chuck

1998 15.632 (with Jean Luttrell) Heavy weather boating emergencies; the survival guide for what to do when everything goes wrong. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Marlor Press, Inc., 288 pp. [Cover title: Heavy weather boating emergencies (what to do when everything goes wrong).] [Examples and anecdotes from Lake Mead throughout. See also p. 55, note of Jessie "Shorty" Burton and Upset Rapid in Grand Canyon.]

2013 2.19327 The making of a ranger; a life in the great outdoors. Flagstaff, Arizona: Vishnu Temple Press, 219 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon National Park and Lake Mead National Recreation Area.]
Luttrell, Jean

1988 2.4230 Arizona Strip, Christmas on the homestead and other true stories. Boulder City, Nevada: Shade Tree Books, 46 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ11:253 FQ11B:126A, 126B FQ17:270

1998 2.4231 Unexpected visit. In: Humor [section]. Arizona Highways, 74(10):48.

2001 2.8578 [Remarks.] In: John Riffey Memorial Tall Tale Rendezvous; Tuweep, Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park, April 21, 2001. [Tuweep, Arizona]: [Liz and Clair Roberts], pp. 60-62.

2005 2.10236 Do you remember John Riffey? The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 9(3):4. [Request for reminiscences.]

2007 2.11431 The last old-time ranger, John H. Riffey. Flagstaff, Arizona: Vishnu Temple Press, 150 [152] pp. [Cover title: John H. Riffey; the last old-time ranger.]

2008 2.11490 John H. Riffey. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society biannual magazine), 19(1)(Spring):4-5.

2014 2.20902 Some things change. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 25(2)(Spring):3-4. [Introduces an item by Charles Luttrell (see Item no. 2.20903).]
Luttrell, K.; Sandwell, D. T.; Smith, B. R.; Bills, B. G.; and Bock Y.

2006 11.7368 Modulation of the earthquake cycle at the southern San Andreas fault by lake loading [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 87(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract G43B-0996. [Salton Sea.]
Lutz, __________

1934 19.938 From low to high. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 9(7):327-329. [Insect collecting.] >Mon. 8: 4-19<
Lutz, Claude

1984 13.1723 Forum; Grand Canyon special. American Whitewater, 29(2)(March-April):13-.
Luyendyk, Bruce P.

1991 11.481 Tectonic events in southern California during Neogene time suggested by paleomagnetic data. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 23(5):A22. >Mon. 8: 2-26<
Luzon, B.

1931 19.939 A strange combination. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 5(4):38. [Deer, rabbits.] >Mon. 8: 4-19<
Lyceum Productions

1976 26.152 Grand Canyon. Laguna Beach, California: Lyceum Productions, in cooperation with Charles Scribner's Sons and Sierra Club. 2 35-mm filmstrips, 65 frames each, color; audio 2 records or 2 cassettes. 38:00. With teacher's guide by Mark Pines. (Adapted from François Leydet's Time and the river flowing.) >Mon. 8: 12-18<
Lyder, Jane

2011 13.3058 Letter from the Superintendent. Grand Canyon National Park, Special Flight Rules Area in the Vicinity of Grand Canyon National Park, Newsletter, (1)(Spring):[1]. [Lyder, Acting Superintendent.]
Lyford, Mark E.; Jackson, Stephen T.; Betancourt, Julio L.; and Gray, Stephen T.

2003 21.4376 Influence of landscape structure and climate variability on a late Holocene plant migration. Ecological Monographs, 73(4):567-583. [Principally central/northern Wyoming and adjacent Utah and Montana, but includes background information that includes Grand Canyon and other southwestern sites.]
Lyle, D. A.

1872 2.14347 Report of Second Lieutenant D. A. Lyle, Second United States Artillery. From: Wheeler, George M., Preliminary report of explorations in Nevada and Arizona. In: Belknap, William W., Letter from the Secretary of War, communicating, In compliance with a resolution of the Senate of March 7, 1872, a preliminary report of Lieutenant George M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, of the progress of the engineer exploration of the public domain in Nevada and Arizona. U.S. 42nd Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 65, pp. 73-89.
Lyman, Edward Leo

2007 2.11122 Caught in between: Jacob Hamblin and the Southern Paiutes durng the Black Hawk-Navajo wars of the late 1860's. Utah Historical Quarterly, 75(1)(Winter):22-43.
Lyman, Lauren D. |New York Times|

1936 3.1672 (December 30) Score charlatans in archaeology. Prof. Tozzer, Dr. Kidder warn historians one stone tool does not make a culture. Tut-Ankh-Amen blamed. Providence session also gets a picture of how WPA is helping work of the archivists. By Lauren D. Lyman. (p. 9) [Includes note in passing, "Workers in Arizona had to ride on horseback thirty miles through the Grand Canyon to survey the records of the Supai Indian reservation."] [Havasupai.]
Lyman, Marguerite

1967 2.21926 Muddy River Indian Branch. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 13-16. [Moapa Indian Reservation as independent branch ward of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.]

1967 2.21968 St. Joseph and Logandale schools. From: Schools in Moapa Valley [section]. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 294-305.
Lynch, Bob

1994 13.861 Bob Lynch. In: Perspectives on the Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Draft Statement. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 27.
Lynch, Bob, and Lynch, Dan R.

2010 21.5302 Arizona rocks and minerals; a field guide to the Grand Canyon State. Cambridge, Minnesota: Adventure Publications, 252 pp.
Lynch, C.

1931 8.80 Forest fire. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 5(11):118. >Mon. 8: 12-5<

1932 8.81 Chipmunk. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 6(3):29. >Mon. 8: 12-5<

1932 8.82 Canyon storm. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 7(5):49. >Mon. 8: 12-5<
Lynch, Daniel J.

1989 21.1995 Neogene volcanism in Arizona: the recognizable volcanoes. In: Jenney, J. P., and Reynolds, S. J. (eds.), Geologic evolution of Arizona. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 17, pp. 681-700. >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Lynch, David K.

1982 11.482 Tidal bores. Scientific American, 247(4):146-156. >Mon. 8: 2-15<

2007 11.4442 Field guide to the San Andreas Fault. From: Reynolds, Robert E. (compiler), Abstracts of proceedings; the 2007 Desert Research Symposium. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.), Wild, scenic and rapid: a trip down the Colorado River trough. [No place]: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium; and LSA Associates, Inc., p. 110.

2008 11.2416 Geothermal structures southeast of the Salton Sea. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.) Trough to trough; the Colorado River and the Salton Sea. [No place]: Desert Studies Consortium, California State University; and LSA Associates, Inc., pp. 96-101. ("Adapted from 'The Wister Mud Pot Lineament: Southeastward Extension or Abandoned Strand of the San Andreas Fault?' BSSA (in press 2008)" [i.e. Lynch and Hudnut (2008)].)

2011 11.7179 Recently exposed fumarole fields near the Salton Sea. In: The incredible shrinking Pliocene. [No place]: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium, pp. 91-95.

2011 11.7180 The coming land bridge to Mullet Island. In: The incredible shrinking Pliocene. [No place]: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium, pp. 96-101. [Salton Sea.]
Lynch, David K., and Adams, Paul M.

2014 11.7064 Hot volcanic vents on Red Island, Imperial County, California. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.), Not a drop left to drink; 2014 Desert Symposium, April 2014. [Fullerton, California]: California State University, Desert Studies Center, pp. 117-120.
Lynch, David K., and Akciz, Sinan O.

2011 11.7181 The 4 April 2010 magnitude 7.2 El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake in B.C., Mexico [abstract]. From: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed., compiler), Abstracts of proceedings-The 2011 Desert Studies Symposium. In: The incredible shrinking Pliocene. [No place]: California State University, Desert Studies Consortium, pp. 130-131.
Lynch, David K., and Hudnut, Kenneth W.

2008 11.2417 The Wister mud pot lineament: Southeastward extension or abandoned strand of the San Andreas fault? Seismological Society of America, Bulletin, 98(4)(August):1720-1729.
Lynch, David K.; Adams, Paul M.; and Tratt, David M.

2014 11.7063 Mullet Island has become a peninsula. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.), Not a drop left to drink; 2014 Desert Symposium, April 2014. [Fullerton, California]: California State University, Desert Studies Center, pp. 113-116.
Lynch, David K.; Hudnut, Kenneth W.; Adams, Paul M.; and Bernstein, L. S.

2011 11.7295 Recently exposed fumarole fields near Mullett Island, Imperial County, California [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 2011 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 5-9 December, Abstract V21A-2486 (abstract includes one figure). [Salton Sea.]
Lynch, David K.; Hudnut, Kenneth W.; and Adams, Paul M.

2012 11.3990 Fumaroles exposed by the dropping Salton Sea level. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.), Searching for the Pliocene: Southern exposures; California State University Desert Studies Center, The 2012 Desert Research Symposium, April 2012. [No imprint], pp. 160-168.

2013 11.5701 Development and growth of recently-exposed fumarole fields near Mullet Island, Imperial County, California. Geomorphology, 195:27-44.
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