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Lynch, David K.; Tratt, David M.; Buckland, Kerry N.; and Johnson, Patrick D.

2014 11.7072 Airborne hyperspectral infrared imaging survey of the southern San Andreas fault. 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. 227-228.
Lynch, David K.; Tratt, David M.; Buckland, Kerry N.; Hall, J. L.; Kasper, B. P.; Martino, M. G.; Ortega, L. J.; Westberg, K. R.; Young, S. J.; and Johnson, Patrick D.

2009 11.7328 Thermal infrared airborne hyperspectral detection of fumarolic ammonia venting on the Calipatria Fault in the Salton Sea Geothermal Field, Imperial County, California [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 90(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract T31A-1788.
Lynch, Eamon

1996 19.940 The plight of the condor. Audubon, 98(6)(November/December):21-22.
Lynch, Fred

1911 2.4232 An automobile trip to the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Out West, 34:243-245. >Mon. 8: 1-32<
Lynch, J. M.; McElroy, D. M.; and Douglas, M. E.

1994 19.941 A geometric analysis of morphological variation in Colorado River chub (Gila cypha and G. robusta). Desert Fishes Council, Program with Abstracts, 26th Annual Symposium, 17-20 November, 1994, Death Valley National Park, p. 29.
Lynch, J. T., and Viklund, H. I.

1956 21.1996 Preliminary leaching and ion exchange studies of a sample of Western Gold and Uranium Company ore. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Topical Report WIN-8, 16 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Lynch, Robert S.

1998 12.4914 Statement of Robert S. Lynch, Central Arizona Project Association, Phoenix, Arizona. In: The American Heritage Rivers Initiative. Hearing before the Committee on Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 1842, To terminate further development and implementation of the American Heritage Rivers Initiative, September 24, 1997, Washington, DC; Serial No. 105-70. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 62-64.

1998 12.4915 [Remarks.] From: Statement of Mary A. Yturria, Brownsville, Texas. In: The American Heritage Rivers Initiative. Hearing before the Committee on Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 1842, To terminate further development and implementation of the American Heritage Rivers Initiative, September 24, 1997, Washington, DC; Serial No. 105-70. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, p. 75.

1998 12.4916 Statement of Robert S. Lynch, Chairman of the Board, Central Arizona Project Association. In: The American Heritage Rivers Initiative. Hearing before the Committee on Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 1842, To terminate further development and implementation of the American Heritage Rivers Initiative, September 24, 1997, Washington, DC; Serial No. 105-70. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 114-117. [Text of prepared statement.]
Lynch, Sarah

2010 2.14606 [Reponse to question, "What was your favorite summer vacation?"] In: Member to Member [section]. AALL Spectrum, 15(1)(September/October):54. [American Association of Law Libraries.]
Lynch, T. C.

1966 12.1694 Regional water planning: The legal tapestry. American Bar Association Section on Public Utility Law, 1966:10-15.
Lynde, Francis

1918 7.375 Branded (with frontispiece by Arthur E. Becher). New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 370 pp. [See particularly Chapter 21, "The End of a Honeymoon", pp. 320-328, and frontispiece.]
Lyndon, Michael G.

2005 16.906 Projectile points as indicators of preceramic occupation of the Coconino Plateau. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University.
Lyndon, Mike

2014 17.1611 Kaibab District rangers go the extra mile to consult with Havasupai Tribe. Tribal Relations News (U.S. Forest Service, Office of Tribal Relations, Washington, D.C.), (Spring):5. [Kaibab National Forest, Williams Ranger District ranger Danelle "D.D." Harrison and Tusayan Ranger District ranger James Simino.]
Lyneis, Margaret M.

1980 16.254 Pueblo Grande de Nevada: Residual archaeology of the Main Ridge locality. Report prepared for Water and Power Resources Service, Lower Colorado Region, Boulder City, Nevada. [Reprinted 1986.] >Mon. 8: 5-11<

1984 16.255 The western Anasazi frontier: Cultural processes along a prehistoric boundary. In: DeAtley, Suzanne P., and Findlow, Frank J. (eds.), Exploring the limits: Frontiers and boundaries in prehistory. Oxford: BAR International Series 223. >Mon. 8: 5-11<

1986 16.256 Pueblo Grande de Nevada: Residual archaeology of the Main Ridge locality. Western Anasazi Reports, 3(3):183-259. >Mon. 8: 5-11<

1992 16.739 The Main Ridge community at Lost City; Virgin Anasazi architecture, ceramics, and burials. University of Utah, Anthropological Papers 117, 96 pp.

1994 16.907 East and onto the plateaus? An archaeological examination of the Numic expansion in southern Nevada, northern Arizona, and southern Utah. In: Madsen, David B., and Rhode, David (eds.), Across the West: Human population movement and the expansion of the Numa. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press,pp. 141-149.

2005 16.696 Pots on the move: Western Colorado plateaus vessels in southern Nevada. Society for American Archaeology, 70th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, March-April 3 [sic], 2005, Abstracts, p. 186.
Lyneis, Margaret M., and Hays-Gilpin, Kelley

2008 16.872 Prehistoric Pueblo pottery north and west of the Colorado River: Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Conference, November 9-10, 2007. Pottery Southwest (Albuquerque Archaeological Society), 26(4)(Winter 2007-2008)(January 2008) [sic]:12-20. [N.B.: Running footer in article gives volume and issue as 26(3).]
Lyngholm, Donovan

1979 2.7742 Planning the granddaddy: A Grand Canyon trek. Arizona Alumnus, 51(4)(May-June).
Lynn, Chris

2009 28.688 [Photographs.] Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 8 (Spring):11, 15.
Lynn, Janet C.; Auberle, William; Peppin, Donna L.; Fulé, Peter Z.; and Mottek-Lucas, Anne L.

no date 19.4044 Northern Arizona native plant market feasibility study. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northern Arizona University (School of Forestry; Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Program and Foundation; and Ecological Restoration Institute), 224 pp. [2008.]
Lynn, Karen

2008 7.268 Found at the canyon brink. Frontier Gazette (Prescott, Arizona), 18(Summer):15-16.
Lynn, Suellen

1996 11.484 Bird use of cottonwood-willow patches in the lower Colorado River valley [abstract of Master's thesis]. Masters Abstracts International, 34(5):1842.

1996 11.483 Bird use of cottonwood-willow patches in the lower Colorado River valley. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 114 pp. [^11.484^ Abstract in Masters Abstracts International, 34(5):1842.]
Lyon, Harry J.

1957 2.11035 Statement from the President of CAMWS. Classical Journal, 53(1)(October):7. ["Austin [Texas] is a city . . . on both banks of the Colorado River (not the one with the Grand Canyon)." Entire item. Classical Association of the Middle West and South.]
Lyon, James; Wheeler, Tony; Gierlich, Marisa; Keller, Nancy; and Gottberg, John

1996 9.245 California and Nevada; a Lonely Planet travel survival kit. Hawthorn (Victoria, Australia), Oakland (California), London, and Paris: Lonely Planet Publications, 842 pp. (see "Canyon Country" section, pp. 779-792, which includes Grand Canyon and southern Utah parks).
Lyon, Marcus Ward, Jr., and Osgood, Wilfred Hudson

1909 19.942 Catalogue of the type-specimens of mammals in the United States National Museum, including the Biological Survey Collection. U.S. National Museum, Bulletin 62, 325 pp. [Grand Canyon specimens, see p. 186, Sciurus kaibabensis Merriam; p. 223, Spirogale gracilis Merriam.]
Lyon, Thomas J.

1987 2.14086 The nature essay in the West. In: Taylor, J. Golden, and Lyon, Thomas J. (eds.), A literary history of the American West. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, pp. 221-265. [Volume sponsored by Western Literature Association.]

1989 2.4233 Part I; A history. In: Lyon, Thomas J. (ed.), This incomparable lande; a book of American nature writing. New York: Penguin Books, pp. 1-91.
Lyon, William H.

1988 30.450 "The Colorado River Survey: Robert B. Stanton and the Denver, Colorado Canyon and Pacific Railroad", edited by Dwight L. Smith and C. Gregory Crampton. Western Historical Quarterly, 19(3)(August):340-341.

1998 17.581 The Navajos in the American historical imagination, 1868-1900. Ethnohistory, 45(2)(Spring):237-275 (see p. 239). [John Wesley Powell.]
Lyons, Barry

1995 2.4236 Good night's sleep. In: Arizona Humor [section]. Arizona Highways, 71(10):48.
Lyons, D. J., and Kamp, P. C. van de

1979 11.6982 Subsurface geological and geophysical study of the Cerro Prieto geothermal field. In: Proceedings; Second Symposium on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico. Mexicali, Baja California: Comision Federal de Electricidad, and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, pp. 173-186.

1980 11.2919 Subsurface geological and geophysical study of the Cerro Prieto geothermal field, Baja California, Mexico. Napa, California: GeoResources Associates, for Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California, 95 pp. (LBL-10540. Cerro-Prioeto-11. UC-66b.) (A joint project of Comision Federal de Electricidad, Mèxico, and U.S. Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy.)
Lyons, Eric

2008 6.854 A goat, an elephant, and . . . a dinosaur!!! Discovery (Scripture and Science for Kids) (Montgomery, Alabama), 19(9)(September):68. [Includes note "dinosaur" rock art with that of an elephant, human, and ibex in "Havasupai Canyon".] [Ellipsis is part of title.]

2008 16.922 Did the ancients base their dinosaur drawings on fossils? In: R&R Resources [section]. Reason and Revelation (Apologetics Press, Montgomery, Alabama), 7(4)(April):12-R, 14-R, 16-R. [Includes note (p. 14-R) of putative "dinosaur-like artwork" with that of an elephant, human, and ibex in "Havasupai Canyon".]
Lyons, Joseph K.

1996 11.485 A survey of reservoir shoreline erosion problems at Bureau of Reclamation reservoirs. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, March 10-14, 1996, Las Vegas, Nevada. Volume 1. Interagency Advisory Committee on Water Data, Subcommittee on Sedimentation, pp. I-1 to I-6.
Lyons, Lana

1993 2.4238 Looking up at the Grand Canyon: An artist's view. Courier (newsmagazine of the National Park Service), 38(3):cover, inside front cover, 5-6. [Artist Kevin Adams.]
Lyons, Paul C. and Morey, Elsie Darrah

1995 21.4351 David White (1862-1935): American paleobotanist and geologist. In: Lyons, Paul C., Morey, Elsie Darrah, and Wagner, Robert H. (eds.), Historical perspective of early twentieth century Carboniferous paleobotany in North America; in memory of William Culp Darrah. Geological Society of America, Memoir 185, pp. 135-148. [White, David (1862-1935)]
Lyons, Paul C., and Morey, Elsie Darrah

1995 21.1997 David White (1862-1935): American paleobotanist and geologist. In: Lyons, Paul C., Morey, Elsie Darrah, and Wagner, Robert H. (eds.), Historical perspective of early twentieth century Carboniferous paleobotany in North America; in memory of William Culp Darrah. Geological Society of America, Memoir 185, pp. 135-148.

2006 21.4303 David White (1862-1935): Pioneer in coal, petroleum, and paleobotanical studies. GSA Today (Geological Society of America), (June):54-55.
Lyons, S. N.; Bock, Y.; and Nikolaidis, R.

1999 11.7409 Rapid static GPS surveys of the Imperial fault, southern California [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 1999 Fall Meeting, Abstract G51B-21. [Global Positioning System.]
Lyons, S. N.; Bock, Y.; and Sandwell, D. T.

2000 11.7405 Near-field crustal deformation and creep characteristics in the Imperial Valley [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 81(48, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract G11A-17.
Lyons, Stephen J.

2006 13.2358 Old but faithful; how a feisty group of government retirees faced down the Bush administration and changed the future of America's national parks. High Country News, 38(23)(December 11):1, 8-13. [Includes Rob Arnberger, former Grand Canyon National Park superintendent, mis-credited as Ron Arnberger.]
Lysiak, Oleh

1997 8.83 Three poems. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):27. ["CFS", "Current", and "Women".]
Lytle, Victor H.

1998 2.4239 Canyon memories. Mexico City: TecnoArte Editorial S. A. de C. V., 125 [129] pp. ["Edition of 50 copies. This is part of our `Books on Demand' project so any amount of additional copies can be made at anytime." July 1997, ed. 60 copies; January 1998, ed. 25 copies; January 1998, ed. 50 copies; trim sizes may vary slightly.] FQ12A:158 FQ15:342
M'Adams, Arnold

1910 2.16488 "Come right in," says Uncle Sam. Deseret News, (July 15):9 [issue pagination]. [Regarding statehood of New Mexico and Arizona. Includes notice of Grand Canyon.]
M'Allan, Alexander

no date 2.4287 Ancient Chinese account of the Grand Canyon, or course of the Colorado. [Brooklyn, New York], 44 pp. [1913.] [N.B.: The Library of Congress on-line catalogue also indicates a copy of this 1913 title under McAllan, with imprint College Corner, Ohio, F. T. Snyder [printer]; also listed, but not seen, is another title by McAllan, Ancient Chinese account of Arizona and its cliff dwellings, 1915, same imprint, which may include pertinent information. Also listed, but not seen, is another title, America's place in mythology, disclosing the nature of Hindoo and Buddhist beliefs, 1910, Brooklyn, New York.] >Mon. 8: 12-9<
M'Allan, Alexander [McAllan, Alexander]

2011 5.117 Ancient Chinese account of the Grand Canyon. [No place]: TGS Publishing, new ed., large print ed., 160 pp. [Reset reprinting of M'Allan [1913] (see item no. 2.4287); an on-demand publication. Cover gives author's name as "Alexander Mcallan" (sic).]
M'Allen, Alexander [McAllen, Alexander]

no date 2.15192 Ancient Chinese account of the Grand Canyon, or course of the Colorado. [No place]: Yokai Publishing, 44 pp. [Facsimile reprinting of M'Allen [1913]; an on-demand publication, ca. 2011. Cover gives author's name as "Alexander Mcallan" (sic).]
M'Culloch, J. R. [McCulloch, J. R.]

1866 2.15450 A dictionary geographical, statistical, and historical of the the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world. New edition, carefully revised, with the statistical information brought up to the latest returns by Frederick Martin. Vol. I. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 670+ pp. [See "Arizona", p. 181.]
M'Daniel, Walton Brooks

1922 2.13845 Art and the classics. The Pennsylvania Gazette (University of Pennsylvania), 20(17)(February 17):390. [Refers to a student writing (exactly as printed) "that we should visit the Grand Canon (sic) and Niagra Fall before seeing St. Paul's and the Vacuum." Article principally a quotation of M'Daniel, with an explanatory introduction by the editor.]
M., A.

1887 30.1099 Amérique. États-Unis de l'Amérique du Nord. "Second, Third, fourth, Fifth Annual Report of the United States geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1880-1881, 1881-1882, 1882-1883, 1883-1884, by J. W. Powell, Director; Washington, Government printing Office, 1882-1885" [capitalizations thus]. In: Livres Nouveaux [section]. Journal des Savants (Paris), (June):376-379. [See "Deuxième Rapport (1880-1881)" (pp. 377-378).]

1888 21.5858 United States geological Survey--J. W. Powel, director.--Sixth annual report, 1884-1885. Journal des Savants (Paris), 1888:178-180. [Spellings and capitalizations thus.] [Includes note of J. W. Powell's explorations of the Colorado River, in passing, and references to the plateau country in the summary of the paper by Clarence Edward Dutton on Mount Taylor and the Zuñi Plateau (p. 179).]
M., A. P. [Miller, Arthur P.]

1934 2.11830 Pasadena Special. American Journal of Public Health, 24(November):1190-1194 (see pp. 1191, 1192). [American Public Health Association special train tour from New York to meeting in Pasadena, California, and return to New York; includes visit to Grand Canyon.]
M., C.

1979 11.5771 Salton Sea--avian cholera outbreak. Wildlife Journal (Wildlife Rehabilitation Council, Walnut Creek, California), 2(2)[sic, (1)](Spring):[1].
M., C. F.

1923 30.485 "The Call of the Mountains", by Le Roy Jeffers. Geographical Journal, 61(3)(March):219.
M., D.

1970 30.808 [Review of "Down the Colorado" (John Wesley Powell and Eliot Porter).] Geographical Journal, 136(1)(March):150.
M., F.

1908 11.2016 D. T. MacDougal: Die Wüstenbecken des Colorado-Deltas. Mit Karte von Herrn Godfrey Sykes. (Reprinted from "Bulletin of the American Geographical Society", Dec. 1907. 25 pp.) Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 23(31)(July 30):392-393. [A synopsis, prepared from an offprint of the paper by Daniel Trembly MacDougal (1906), The desert basins of the Colorado delta. With map by Mr. Godfrey Sykes. American Geographical Society, Bulletin, 39(December):705-729.]
M., Ken

2006 2.20473 7 days in Grand Canyon; trip report Dec 17-23, 2005; Hermit's Rest, Tonto Plateau, Bright Angel by way of Ribbon Falls. The Yodel (Lynnwood, Washington), 13(2)(October):4, 6-7.
M., M.

1981 13.3305 Outboard river; more motor trips on the Colorado. Outside, 6(2)(April/May):10.
M., Nicole

2012 6.926 Grand Canyon; YI spring trip. Our Voice, Future and Community (Long Beach YMCA, Youth Institute, Long Beach, California), 12(1)(Spring):5.
M., W. H.

1853 11.3389 A dust-shower in the desert. The True Briton, new series, 2(8)(September 22):115. [Letter posted, "Rio Colorado, California, March 19th, 1853." Regarding dust storm at Camp Yuma.]
Ma, Yiran; Stock, Joann M.; Hole, John A.; and Fuis, Gary S.

2013 11.7229 Shallow velocity structure in the Imperial Valley region of southern California [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 2013 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9-13 December, Abstract T11D-2479.
Maack, Richard

1988 28.161 [View from Grand Canyon Lodge.] Arizona Highways, 64(6):back cover. >Mon. 8: 12-7<

1999 2.7265 (text) Echoes of an ancient land; a portfolio. Arizona Highways, 75(12):18-37.

2005 2.10226 The "lost" photographs of Ansel Adams; long a friend of Arizona Highways, the renowned camea artist left us a cache of unique prints. Arizona Highways, 81(4):cover, 1, 6-17. (See "Canyon of the Little Colorado", pp. 12-13; and "Desert View, Cameron", pp. 14-15).
Maarouf, Abdelrahman Mohammad Shafik

1981 21.1999 Morphostructural analyses of space imagery in the central Colorado Plateau [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 42:944B. \first cited in GCNHA Monograph 8: page 3-59\

1981 21.1998 Morphostructural analyses of space imagery in the central Colorado Plateau. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utah, 130 pp. [^21.1999^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 42:944B.] >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Mabey, D. R.; Olmsted, F. H.; Mattick, R. E.; and Zohdy, A. A. R.

1966 11.486 Lower Colorado River geophysical exploration. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 550-A, p. A34. >Mon. 8: 2-15<
Mabey, D. R.; Zietz, I.; Eaton, G. P.; and Kleinkopf, M. D.

1978 21.2000 Regional magnetic patterns in part of the Cordillera in the western United States. In: Smith, R. B., and Eaton, G. P. (eds.), Cenozoic tectonics and regional geophysics of the western Cordillera. Geological Society of America, Memoir 152, pp. 93-106. >Mon. 8: 3-59<
Mabie, Hamilton W.

1917 2.17614 Provincialism in American life. Harper's Magazine, 134(March):579-584. [See p. 584: "The Grand Cañon is beyond the brush of the most powerful [painter's] hand, but it is within the reach of the imagination: by selection, restraint, and suggestion, the impressing vastness of it may be transposed into a mystery of depth and darkness, a mystery of light and color, which make it companionable." (entire note) Regarding prose and verse.]
Mabry, Jonathan B.

1998 16.257 (contributions by Michael K. Faught, Andrea K. L. Freeman, and Leon H. Lorentzen) Paleoindian and Archaic sites in Arizona. Tucson: Center for Desert Archaeology, for Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, 198 pp. (Center for Desert Archaeology, Technical Report 97-7.)
Mabry, Jonathan B., and Faught, Michael K.

1998 16.258 Archaic complexes of the early Holocene. In: Mabry, Jonathan B., Paleoindian and Archaic sites in Arizona. Tucson: Center for Desert Archaeology, for Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, pp. 53-64. (Center for Desert Archaeology, Technical Report 97-7.)
Mac Nally, Ralph; Fleishman, Erica; and Murphy, Dennis D.

2004 11.4930 Infuence of temporal scale of sampling on detection of relationships between invasive plants and the diversity patterns of plants and butterflies. Conservation Biology, 18(6)(December):1525-1532. [Muddy River drainage, Nevada.]
Mac, Michael J., and Opler, Paul A.

1998 19.2411 (project director, and science ed.) Status and trends of the nation's biological resources. Reston, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey, 2 vols., 964 pp.
Macalady, Ali

1999 2.7743 Glen Canyon unplugged. High Country News, (September 27):7.

1999 12.1300 A trickle of hope. High Country News, (December 6):12. [Publication notice.]
MacArthur, Loren

1986 2.4241 Rite of passage. Southwest Airlines Spirit, (August):42-43, 53-54, 56-57. [Whitewater canoeing.]

1988 17.264 Navajo rug auction at the Grand Canyon: a personal view. Masterkey, 62:2-27.
Macaulay, David

2000 12.1376 Building big. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., Walter Lorranine Books, 192 pp. (see Hoover Dam, pp. 110-117).
Macbride, J. Francis

1916 19.3021 Certain Borraginaceae, new or transferred. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 51(10)(January):541-548 (see p. 548).
Macbride, Thomas H.

1906 12.2864 Making geography while you wait. Popular Science Monthly, 68(April):333-335. [Inundation of Salton Trough by the Colorado River.]
MacCannell, Dean

2001 30.805 "Devil's Bargains: Tourism in the Twentieth-Century American West" by Hal K. Rothman [and] "Country of Exiles: The Destruction of Place in American Life" by William Leach. Public Historian, 23(1)(Winter):87-93. [See pp. 90-91.]
Maccaulay, David

1978 2.4242 Great moments in architecture. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. (see plate 11, "Early work on the Grand Canyon"). [Humor.]
MacCracken, William P., Jr.

1927 2.17584 Air-rail lines may span U.S.; great steam roads and government weigh plans to reduce transcontinental time by forty hours. Popular Science Monthly, 111(6)(December):12-13. [See p. 13, Grand Canyon, in passing.]
MacCurdy, W. (Mrs.)

1930 16.259 Archaeology. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 4(8):50. >Mon. 8: 5-11<
Macdonald, A. F.

1876 2.13383 [Letter, October 24 [1876].] In: Foreign Correspondence [section]. Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star, 38(49)(December 4):779. [Brief mention of Mount Trumbull steam saw transported [presumably to Little Colorado River communities] via Lees Ferry.]
Macdonald, Charles

1891 2.16107 [Discussion.] In: Rowe, S. M., Red Rock Cantelever Bridge. American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 25(December):721-722.
MacDonald, Dugald

2007 2.11007 Best damn weekend ever; Hike the Grand Canyon's North Rim waterfalls. Backpacker, 35(1)(February):31.

2009 2.13004 Where solitude rules. Backpacker, (August):66-73. [See pp. 66-67, 71, Tanner Trail.]
MacDonald, Francis A., and Smith, Emily F.

2013 21.6198 Where are Hoffman's rifted margins of Rodinia? Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):34. [Includes note of Chuar Group in Grand Canyon.]
MacDonald, Glen M.

2007 18.1737 Severe and sustained drought in southern California and the West: Present conditions and insights from the past on causes and impacts. Quaternary International, 173/174:87-100.

2010 12.2692 Water, climate change, and sustainability in the Southwest. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 107(50)(December 14)cover, iii, 21256-21262.

2010 18.1413 Water, climate change, and sustainability in the southwest. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 107(50)(December 14):21256-21262.
MacDonald, Glen M.; Rian, Sigrid; and Hidalgo, Hugo

2005 18.1512 Southern and the "perfect drought". In: [California Department of Water Resources], Colorado River basin climate; paleo, present, future. [No place]: [California Department of Water Resources], for Association of California Water Agencies and Colorado River Water Users Association Conferences, pp. 50-57.
MacDonald, Jerry

1994 21.2001 Earth's first steps; tracking life before the dinosaurs (foreword by Martin Lockley, introduction by Nicholas Hotton, III). Boulder, Colorado: Johnson Books, 290 pp.
MacDonald, Kenneth Iain

2004 14.656 Conservation as cultural and political practice. Policy Matters (International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy), (13)(November):6-17. [Article begins with notice of Sisters of Mary inspirational plaques posted at Grand Canyon, removed after objections and replaced after protest; p. 6.]
MacDonald, Kit

no date 18.1610 Soils and watershed specialist report; forest plant revision, Final Environmental IMpact Statement. [No place]: U.S. Forest Service, Southwestern Region, 125 pp. [Kaibab National Forest.] [2013?]
MacDonald, Lee H.

1992 13.862 Critical elements for developing a long-term monitoring program. In: Long-Term Monitoring Workshop for the Grand Canyon, October 5-6, Irvine, California. [National Research Council, Water Science and Technology Board], 6 pp. [separately paginated].
MacDonald, Sara

1991 2.12523 An interview with Doug Hall. Offramp Magazine (Southern California Institute of Architecture), 1(4):84-86. [Includes note on Grand Canyon as a "mediated experience".]
MacDonald, Thomas H.

1936 2.16278 Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Public Roads, 1936. In: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Annual Report, 1936. [Seen as a separate (U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington), 69 pp. See p. 50: "The Kingman-Boulder Dam Highway, in Arizona, forming part of an important through-route across the Colorado River, has been constructed, to a consderable extent, with Federal-lands funds. About 25.2 miles of graded and drained road have been completed, and a bituminous surface is now being placed." (entire note)]
MacDonnell, Lawrence J.

1996 12.4866 New options for the lower Colorado River basin. Natural Resources Law Center, Occasional Paper Series (University of Colorado, School of Law, Boulder, Colorado), [no number], 53 pp.

1999 12.1325 From reclamation to sustainability; water, agriculture, and the environment in the American West. Niwot, Colorado: University Press of Colorado, 385 pp. (In cooperation with the Natural Resources Law Center.)

2010 12.4752 The disappearing Colorado River. Western Economics Forum, (Fall):1-6.

2012 12.3804 Arizona v. California revisited. Natural Resources Journal, 52(Fall):363-420.

2013 12.3859 The "Fill Mead First" proposal; potential legal issues under the Law of the River. The Water Report (Eugene, Oregon), (112)(June 15):1-10.

2013 12.4748 Arizona v. California: Its meaning and significance for the Colorado River and beyond after fifty years. Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 4:88-129.
MacDonnell, Lawrence J., and Driver, B.

1996 12.821 Rethinking Colorado River governance. In: The Colorado River workshop. Phoenix: Grand Canyon Trust, pp. 181-212.
MacDonnell, Lawrence J., and Getches, David H.

1994 12.822 Colorado River basin. In: Beck, R. E. (ed.), Waters and water rights. Charlottesville, Virginia: Michie Co., pp. 51-55.
MacDonnell, Lawrence J.; Getches, David H.; and Hugenberg, William C., Jr.

1995 12.1648 The law of the Colorado River: Coping with severe sustained drought. Water Resources Bulletin, 31(5)(October):825-836.

1995 12.4419 The law of the Colorado River: Coping with severe sustained drought. In: The Powell Consortium, Severe sustained drought; managing the Colorado River system in times of water shortage. [Tucson, Arizona]: Powell Consortium, pp. 825-836. (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.]
MacDougal, Daniel Trembly

1899 19.3551 Seed dissemination and distribution of Razoumofskya robusta (Engelm.) Kuntze. Minnesota Botanical Studies, 2:169-173, Plates 15, 16. (Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota, Reports of the Survey and Bulletin of the Department, Botanical Series, IV.) ("An abstract of this paper was read before the Botanical Club of the A.A.A.S. [American Association for the Advancement of Science] at Boston, August 25, 1898.") [N.B.: The legends for Plates 15, 16 (p. 173) are reversed.] [Includes notations about Grand Canyon specimens; also illustrated in Plate 15.]

1900 18.1321 Third lecture. Influence of inversions of temperature, ascending and descending currents of air, upon distribution. In: Biological lectures from the Marine Biological Laboratory of Woods Holl, 1899. Boston: Ginn and Co. (The Athenæum Press), pp. 37-47. ("Delivered August, 1899. Based upon investigations reported to the U. S. Department of Agriculture in 1898.") [Grand Canyon noted, p. 47.] [Woods Hole.]

1904 11.2639 Delta and desert vegetation. New York Botanical Garden, Contributions, 53. [Reprinted from Botanical Gazette (1904), retaining pagination 44-63.]

1904 11.1236 Delta and desert vegetation. Botanical Gazette, 38:44-63.

1904 11.487 Botanical explorations in the Southwest. New York Botanical Garden, Journal, 5(May):89-98. [Yuma to San Felipe Bay.]

1905 11.1844 In the delta of the Rio Colorado. Shields' Magazine (Game Protection Co., New York), 1(8)(November):368-377. [N.B.: Cover promotional title lists, "In the Delta of the Rio Grande".]

1905 11.2916 Botanical explorations in Arizona, Sonora, California and Baja California. New York Botanical Garden, Journal, 6(June):91-102, Plate 27.

1906 11.488 The delta of the Rio Colorado. American Geographical Society, Bulletin, 38:1-16. >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1906 11.489 The delta of the Rio Colorado. New York Botanical Garden, Contributions, no. 77, 16 pp.; with map by Godfrey Sykes. [Reprinted from American Geographical Society, Bulletin for January 1906.] >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1907 11.490 Desert basins of the Colorado delta. With map by Mr. Godfrey Sykes. American Geographical Society, Bulletin, 39(December):705-729. [Also seen as an offprint, paginated 1-25.] >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1907 11.5471 Department of Botanical Research, Tucson, Arizona. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book 5 (for 1906), pp. 119-135. ("Report for the year ending September 30, 1906.") [See "The Vegetation of the Salton Basin", pp. 119-121, Plates 10, 11.]

1907 11.5468 A mirage realized. Discovery (May):. [Salton Sea.]

1908 11.7721 Department of Botanical Research. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book 6 (for 1907), pp. 57-68, Plates 2-5. [See "The Advance and Recession of Vegetation in the Depressed Basins of the Colorado Delta", pp. 57-59, Plates 2-4.]

1908 11.491 More changes of the Colorado River. National Geographic Magazine, 19(1)(January):52-54. >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1908 19.943 Botanical features of North American deserts. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 99, 111 pp. (see "Grand Canyon of the Colorado River", pp. 32-33, plate 29). >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1908 11.1237 A voyage below sea-level on the Salton Sea. Outing, 51(5)(February):592-601.

1912 11.492 Some physical and biological features of North American deserts. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 28:449-456.

1912 11.2858 North American deserts. Geographical Journal, 39(2)(February):105-120.

1914 11.493 General discussion. In: MacDougal, D. T., et al., The Salton Sea: A study of the geography, the geology, the floristics, and the ecology of a desert basin. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 193, pp. 173-182. >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1917 11.494 A decade of the Salton Sea. Geographical Review, 3:457-473. >Mon. 8: 2-15<

1937 11.1150 Foreword. In: Sykes, Godfrey, The Colorado delta. Carnegie Institution of Washington and American Geographical Society of New York. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 460, pp. iii-iv.
MacDougal, Daniel Trembly, and collaborators

1914 11.495 The Salton Sea; a study of the geography, the geology, the floristics, and the ecology of a desert basin. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 193, 182 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-15< Farquhar 88
MacDougal, Daniel Trembly, and Sykes, Godfrey

1915 11.2859 The travertine record of Blake Sea. Science, new series, 42(July 23):133-134.
MacDougal, William

1981 18.442 Will Grand Canyon turn into a lake of mud? U.S. News and World Report, 91(September 28):51, 54. >Mon. 8: 4-39<
Macdougall, J. D.

1996 21.2002 A short history of planet Earth; mountains, mammals, fire, and ice. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 266 pp. (see pp. 12, 116-117).
MacDouglal, Daniel Trembly

1914 11.1969 The Salton Sea: A study of the geography, the geology, the floristics, and the ecology of a desert basin. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 193, 182 pp., 32 plates.

1914 11.1970 Preface. In: MacDougal, D. T., et al., The Salton Sea: A study of the geography, the geology, the floristics, and the ecology of a desert basin. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 193, pp. iii-iv.

1914 11.1971 Movements of vegetation due to submersion and desiccation of land areas in the Salton Sink. In: MacDougal, D. T., et al., The Salton Sea: A study of the geography, the geology, the floristics, and the ecology of a desert basin. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication 193, pp. 115-171, Plates 15-32.
Mace, Britton L.; Bell, Paul A.; and Loomis, Ross J.

1999 14.252 Aesthetic, affective, and cognitive effects of noise on natural landscape assessment. Society and Natural Resources, 12(3):225-242.

2004 14.436 Visibility and natural quiet in national parks and wilderness areas: Psychological considerations. Environment and Behavior, 36:5-31.
Mace, Will

1990 2.4243 Lag bolts and ladders. In: People and places of the old Kaibab. U.S. Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Cultural Resources Management Report 10, pp. 74-79. >Mon. 8: 1-67<
Mace, William H.

1921 2.18409 A beginner's history. (Illustrated by Homer W. Colby.) Chicago, New York, and London: Rand McNally and Co., pp. i-x, 1-494, xi-xxvi. [See p. 24, Coronado and Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Mace, William H., and Tanner, Edwin P.

1922 2.14280 The story of old Europe and young America. Chicago and New York: Rand McNally and Co., revised ed., 366+ pp. [See "Coronado and the Seven Cities of Cibolo" [sic], pp. 275-276, and "Discovery of the Grand Cañon", p. 276.]
MacEachern, Kimberly, and Campbell, Richard T.

1999 11.4458 Can this porpoise be saved? The ESA in the Colorado River delta. In: Legal Issues of Concern [section]. Arizona Riparian Council (Arizona State University, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona Riparian Council, Tempe), 12(1)(January):11-12. [Vaquita (and other lower Colorado River species in Mexico).] [Endangered Species Act.]
Macey, Jamie P.; Sharrow, David; and Unema, Joel

2013 15.662 Water-quality data collected to determine the presence, source, and concentration of lead in the drinking water supply at Pipe Spring National Monument, northern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2013-1029, 15 pp.

2013 21.5952 Water-quality data collected to determine the presence, source, and concentration of lead in the drinking water supply at Pipe Spring National Monument, northern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2013-1029, 15 pp.
MacFadden, Harry Alexander

1906 2.16143 Rambles in the Far West. Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania: Standard Printing House, 278 pp. [Yuma and lower Colorado River region, see pp. 69-75.]
Macfarlane, J.

1890 23.52 An American geological railway guide, giving the geological formation at every railway station, with altitudes above mean tide-water, notes on interesting places on the routes, and a description of each of the formations. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 2nd ed, revised, 426 pp. (see pp. 323-324). >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-3<
MacGillivray, Greg

2008 2.11540 Finding inspiration in the Grand Canyon. [Foreword.] In: Davis, Wade, Grand Canyon; river at risk. San Rafael, California: Earth Aware Editions, pp. 15-16, 18.
MacGillivray, Greg; Hübner, Ingo; and Neumann, Michael

2008 2.21140 "Wasser gibt mir Seelenfrieden". 4-Seasons.de (Das Globetrotter Magazin) (Hamburg), (19)(Autumn):6, 10-21. [Table of contents gives title as "Träume Leben: IMAX-Filmer Greg MacGillivray". Ingo Hübner, interviewer. Photographs by MacGillivray and Michael Neumann. Colorado River in Grand Canyon.] [See also corresponding article by Neumann (Item no. 2.21141).]
MacGillivray, Greg; Kennedy, Robert F., Jr.; and Davis, Wade

2008 2.21433 Grand Canyon: Bigger than life; a new IMAX film captures the experience of rafting the Grand Canyon while illustrating the threats facing this fragile landscape. National Parks, 82(2)(Spring):14-15. [National Parks interview.]
MacGregor, John

1846 2.22762 Commercial tariffs and regulations, resources, and trade, of the several states of Europe and America, together with the commercial treaties between England and foreign countries. Part the Sixteenth. States of Mexico. London: Charles Whiting [for Houses of Parliament], 305 pp. [Includes what now is the western portion of the United States. Colorado River noted, in passing, pp. 60, 90, 91, 93, 200, 202. See also p. 113: "The Colorado of the West he [Frémont] reports to be impracticable for boats to descend from the head waters to its mouth, on account of its rapidity. There is one place in it that is described as similar to the Dalles of the Columbia, which is supposed to be where it passes through the range of mountains." (entire note)]
Machado, Ricardo

2006 12.3302 Desde hoy el Valle de Mexicali recibirá agua de buena calidad del río Colorado. In: Notas del Pasado. El agua en la prensa. [section, "Fondo Hemerográfico, biblioteca del Archivo Histórico del Agua. Selección realizada por Jorge A. Andrade Galindo."] Archivo Histórico del Agua, Boletín (México), 11(33):56-57. [Item originally dated July 11, 1934.]
Machatschek, Fritz

1919 11.3431 Allgemeine Geographie III: Geomorphologie. Leipzig and Berlin: Verlag und Druck von B. G. Teubner, 129 pp. + 3, 17 pp. advertisements. (Aus Natur und Geisteswelt, 627. Bändchen.) [See p. 102, note in passing, "Kalifornische Depression durch das Delta des Colorado."]
Machauf, Liora

2002 2.22068 Creative uses of English words in Hebrew. Intercultural Communication Studies, 11(4):85-92. [See the section, "Examples of whole English words"; specifically, "Grand Canyon" (p. 86), which pertains to the "Grand Canyon" shopping mall in Haifa, Israel.]
Machen, Arthur W.

1917 2.13499 Letters of Arthur W. Machen; with biographical sketch (Arthur W. Machen, Jr., compiler). Baltimore, Maryland: privately printed, 380 pp. (see p. 353).
Machette, Michael N., and Rosholt, John N.

1989 21.2003 Quaternary terraces in Marble Canyon and eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Elston, Donald P., Billingsley, George H., and Young, Richard A. (eds.), Geology of Grand Canyon, northern Arizona (with Colorado River guides). 28th International Geological Congress, Field Trip Guidebook T115/315. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union, pp. 205-211. >Mon. 8: 3-59<

1991 21.2004 Quaternary geology of the Grand Canyon. 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. 397-401. [Combined references for chapter, pp. 402-406.] >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Machette, Michael N.; Rosholt, John N.; and Bush, C. A.

1986 21.2005 Uranium-trend ages of Quaternary deposits along the Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 18(5):393. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Machlis, Gary

1977 11.5432 Children as tourists. In Touch (U.S. National Park Service, Division of Interpretation), 1(22)(November):3-4. [See p. 4, photo, "Park Interpreter bob Huggins leads an adventure hike thorugh the Desert Botanical Garden at Lake Mead NRA." No text notes.]
Machlis, Gary E.

1994 13.863 The human ecology of the American West. In: Grand Canyon Trust, in association with Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon; toward a geography of hope. Proceedings, Grand Canyon National Park 75th Anniversary Symposium, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, October 6-8, 1994, pp. 27-30.
Machlis, Gary E., and Wenderoth, Ellen L.

1982 14.129 Foreign visitors at Grand Canyon National Park: A preliminary study. University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, Cooperative Park Studies Unit, CPSU/UI S82-2, 57 pp. + appendices. >Mon. 8: 7-16<
Machlis, Gary, and Kugler, Lisbet

2005 14.868 The Canon National Parks Science Scholars Program; training the next generation of conservation scientists. [No place]: Canon USA, Inc., American Association for the Advancement of Science, and U.S. National Park Service, 88 pp. [Grand Canyon research noted, in passing, regarding the Canon Scholars Karen Short (p. 27) and James Battin (p.32).]
Machula, Casey

2001 30.337 The fundamentals; Grand Canyon video aids hikers. Flagstaff Live!, (March 22-28):16. [Review of "Hiking the Grand Canyon: The Corridor Trails" by Ken McNamara and Rob Kleine.]
Maciak, L'ubomír

2001 2.15057 Národny park Grand Canyon (postrehy turistu zo Slovenska). Ochrana Prírody Slovenksa (Banká Bystrica, Slovakia), (January):14-15. [In Slovak.]
Macías Vázquez, José Luis, and Rocha López, Victor Santiago

2013 11.7012 Evolución vulcanológica del volcán Cerro Prieto, B.C[.] Geotermia (Revista Mexicana de Geoenergía) (Comisión Federal de Electricidad), 26(1)(January/June):24-33.
Macias, Edward S.; Zwicker, Judith O.; and White, Warren H.

1981 18.1114 Regional haze case studies in the Southwestern U.S.--II. Source contributions. Atmospheric Environment, 15(10-11):1987-1997.
Mack, Greg H.; Suttner, Lee J.; and Jennings, James R.

1979 21.2006 Permo-Pennsylvanian climatic trends in the Ancestral Rocky Mountains. In: Baars, D. L. (ed.), Permianland. Four Corners Geological Society, 9th Field Conference, Guidebook, pp. 7-12. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Mack, Steven John

1996 17.265 Molecular evolution of mitochondrial control region sequences and Class II HLA loci in Native American populations. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Berkeley, 200 pp. [Includes Havasupai.]
Mackarick, Lori J.

2011 19.3414 Tamarisk leaf beetle update: Stepping up monitoring efforts. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(3)(Fall):10-11.
Mackay, Alexander

____ 2.4248 The western world; or, travels in the United States in 1846-47. London, 4th ed., 3 volumes. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1849 2.4245 The western world; or, travels in the United States in 1846-47: exhibiting them in their latest development, social, political, and industrial; including a chapter on California. London: Richard Bentley, 3 volumes. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1849 2.4246 The western world; or, travels in the United States in 1846-47: exhibiting them in their latest development, social, political, and industrial; including a chapter on California. London: Richard Bentley, 2nd ed. [See also facsimile reprinting, 1968.] >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1849 2.4247 The western world; or, travels in the United States in 1846-47: exhibiting them in their latest development, social, political, and industrial; including a chapter on California. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 2 volumes. [Reprinted from 2nd London ed.] >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1861 2.4249 Die westliche welt. Reise durch die Vereinstaaten von Amerika von Alexander McKay. Aus dem englischen übersetzt von Marie Heine. Nebst einer einleitung und vier illustrationen von Wilhelm Heine . . . . Leipzig: C. E. Kollmann, 4 volumes in 2. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1968 2.4250 The western world; or, travels in the United States in 1846-47. New York: Negro Universities Press, 3 volumes, 340, 321, 374 pp. (see California, Volume 3, pp. 361-374). [Facsimile reprinting of 2nd ed. >Mon. 8: 1-32<
Mackay, Katurah

1997 13.864 Tougher air-tour rules sought. National Parks, 71(9-10):21.

1999 13.1495 NPCA scrutinizes restoration plan. National Parks, 73(5-6):18-19. [National Parks and Conservation Association. Forest restoration, Grand Canyon National Park and Kaibab National Forest.]

1999 13.1495 NPCA scrutinizes restoration plan. National Parks, 73(5-6):18-19. [National Parks and Conservation Association. Forest restoration, Grand Canyon National Park and Kaibab National Forest.]

1999 13.1496 Babbitt proposes a monument at Arizona Strip; conservation groups are calling for protection of 1 million acres. National Parks, 73(9/10):13-14. [Bruce Babbitt. This later would become Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument.]

2010 13.3169 15 inches + 30 years = An immeasurable legacy. Arizona Wild (Arizona Wilderness Coalition), (Summer):3-5. [Morris "Mo" Udall. See specifically illustration, p. 5, "Mo with family and friends rafting on the Colorado River in 1967."]
Mackay, Vicki

2004 4.234 Collin Peter McKnight. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(3)(Fall):10. [McKnight, Collin Peter (1975-2004)]

2006 4.260 Mary Kay Allen, November 29, 1956-January 31, 2006. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(1)(Spring):4.
Mackay, Walker David

2008 2.11456 Walker David Mackay, age 31. In: Guide Profiles [feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(1)(Spring):4-5. [Interview.]
MacKaye, Benton

1969 2.15499 Twin American conquests: Pacific railroad and Grand Canyon. Cosmos Club Bulletin, 22(3):4-7.
Mackelprang, Jason

2008 2.11737 Jason Mackelprang, age 24. In: Guide Profile [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(2)(Summer):9. [Interview.]
MacKeracher, Kate, and Livingston, Michael

2013 17.1534 Vampire projects or long ago person found? A history of genetic research in First Nations communities. UWOMJ (University of Western Ontario Medical Journal), 78(3):27-32. [Includes Havasupai blood-use case.]
Mackessy, Stephen P.

2010 19.4037 Evolutionary trends in venom composition in the Western Rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis sensu lato): Toxicity vs. tenderizers. Toxicon, 55:1463-1474. [Includes Crotalus oreganus abyssus, Grand Canyon rattlesnake.]
Mackey, Malcolm

1998 2.4251 Fire and flood in the Canyon. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(3)(September-December):10-11. [Bright Angel Canyon, 1944.]
Mackin, J. H.

1959 21.2007 Timing of post-orogenic uplift in the Rocky Mountains and the Colorado Plateau [abstract]. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 70:1733-1734. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1960 21.2008 Structural significance of Tertiary volcanic rocks in southwestern Utah. American Journal of Science, 258:81-131. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
MacKinnon, Angela I., and Orphan, Lynn

2009 11.1736 SCOP Marine Investigations Field Program [abstract]. In: Lake Mead Science Symposium, January 13 and 14, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada; Program. [Las Vegas: University of Nevada at Las Vegas], p. 10. [Systems Conveyance and Operations Program.]
MacKinnon, William P.

2003 2.9944 "Like splitting a man up his backbone": The territorial dismemberment of Utah, 1850-1896. Utah Historical Quarterly, 72(2)(Spring):100-124.
Mackintosh, Betty

1966 2.20785 Land of knobs and ridges. Desert Magazine, 29(1)(January):13-14, 16. [Region west of Picacho, California.]

1967 2.20791 Land of spurs and canyons. Desert Magazine, 30(1)(January):29-31. [Sierra Juarez, west side of Laguna Salada, Baja California.] [Author's name misspelled in by-line as Macintosh.]
Mackley, Rob D.

2005 22.776 Relating bedrock strength to hydraulic driving forces along the large-scale profile of the Colorado River in Glen and Grand canyons. Master's thesis, Utah State University, 165 pp.

2005 22.777 Relating bedrock strength to hydraulic driving forces along the large-scale profile of the Colorado River in Glen and Grand canyons [abstract]. Masters Abstracts International, 44(4):1786.
Mackley, Rob D., and Pederson, Joel L.

2003 21.6579 Is the profile of the Colorado River in the Colorado Plateau in equilibrium with bedrock? [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 84(46, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract H52A-1140.

2004 21.4595 Relating rock strength controls to large-scale variations in the Colorado River's profile, Glen and Grand Canyons, UT and AZ. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5):550.

2004 21.4055 Large-scale geologic control of the Colorado River's profile through Glen and Grand Canyons, UT and AZ: testing J. W. Powell's hypothesis. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36(4):13.
Macklin, William F.

1989 2.22058 Hanging time at Yuma. There was no question that Martin Ubillos should be hanged. The whole town turned out to see the affair, but when it ended, the festive air was thoroughly dampened. Wild West, 1(5)(February):42-.
MacLachlan, Marjorie E.

1972 21.2009 Triassic System. In: Mallory, William Wyman (ed.-in-chief), Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. 166-176. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1972 24.125 Triassic System. In: Mallory, William Wyman (ed.-in-chief), Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. 166-176. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-3 to 4<
MacLane, Mary

1917 2.17554 I, Mary MacLane; a diary of human days. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 317 pp. [Regarding Butte, Montana (p. 281): ". . . the Arizona Cañon looks vastly more fearfully beautiful . . . ." (entire note)]
MacLean, J. S.; Sears, J. W.; Chamberlain, K. R.; Khudoley, A. K.; Prokopiev, A. V.; Kropachev, A. P.; and Serkina, G. G.

2009 21.4762 Detrital zircon geochronologic tests of the SE Siberia-SW Laurentia paleocontinental connection. European Geophysical Union, Stephan Mueller Special Publications Series, 4:111-116. [Includes Unkar Group of Grand Canyon.]
MacLeod, Mike

1998 2.4252 Bagging the Canyon. In: Put-In [feature]. River, 1(5)(September):8.
MacLeod, Taylor D.

1893 11.496 Mines on the lower Colorado River. Part I. Mining and Scientific Press, 68(December 16):387. Goodman 1785

1893 11.497 Mines on the lower Colorado River. Part II. Mining and Scientific Press, 68(December 23):407-408. Goodman 1785
Macmahon, Arthur W.

1930 13.2939 Second session of the Seventy-first Congress, December 2, 1929, to July 3, 1930; Special Session of the Senate, July 7-21. American Political Science Review, 24(4)(November):913-946. [See pp. 916-917, regarding Hoover Dam.]
MacMahon, James A.

1988 18.443 Warm deserts. In: Barbour, Michael G., and Billings, William Dwight (eds.), North American terrestrial vegetation. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, pp. 231-264. >Mon. 8: 4-39<
Macmillan Company

1914 2.19099 The Macmillan Company's catalogue of books for holiday and Christmas presents. Macmillan's Annual (Macmillan Company, New York), 1914, 64 pp. [appended to the Annual following p. [196]]. See therein, pp. 2-3 (inside front wrapper and opposing page), advertisement for Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico by Ellsworth L. Kolb.]
[Macmillan Travel]

1995 9.246 Frommer's America on Wheels; Arizona and New Mexico. New York: Macmillan, Inc., 200+ pp. [Cover title: Frommer's America on Wheels; travel guide to Arizona and New Mexico.]
MacMullen, Jerry

1944 2.4253 Paddle-wheel days in California. Stanford University, California: Stanford University Press, 157 pp.

1965 2.7744 "Str. Cocopah took 2 cords wood . . ." Westways, 57(10, Part 1):37-39. [Colorado River steamboating. Ellipsis is part of title.]
MacMurray, John

1998 2.8915 By chance? Landscapes from the canvas of the Creator. Sisters, Oregon: Multnomah Publishers, 77 pp.
Macnider, Barbara S., and Kisselburg, JoAnn E.

1991 16.442 Plan for archaeological data recovery at AZ H:4:7(ASM), Grand Canyon Airport, Coconino County, Arizona. Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd., 15 pp.
MacNish, R. D.

1985 28.162 Vasey's Paradise, 1984. In: U.S. Geological Survey, National water summary 1984; hydrologic events, selected water-quality trends, and ground-water resources. U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Supply Paper 2275, cover, inside front cover, and frontispiece.
Macomb, J. N.

1876 2.4254 General report. In: Report of the exploring expedition from Santa Fé, New Mexico, to the junction of the Grand and Green Rivers of the Great Colorado of the West, in 1859, under the command of Capt. J. N. Macomb . . . ; with Geological Report by Prof. J. S. Newberry, geologist of the expedition. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 3-8, 11 plates [throughout volume]. [Volume, 152 pp.] ["Geological Report" by J. S. Newberry, pp. 9-118, and "Descriptions of the Cretaceous Fossils Collected on the San Juan Exploring Expedition Under Capt. J. N. Macomb, U.S. Engineers", by F. B. Meek, pp. 119-133, and "Descriptions of the Carboniferous and Triassic Fossils Collected on the San Juan Exploring Expedition Under Capt. J. N. Macomb, U.S. Engineers", pp. 135-148; with Palaeontology Plates I-VIII combined.] Farquhar 23 FQ15:343 FQ16:131A, 131B FQ17:271 Guidon 431 Howes M719 Storm 2647
Macomb, J. N., and Dimmock, C. H.

1860 25.270 Map of explorations and surveys in New Mexico and Utah made under the direction of the Secretary of War by Capt. J. N. Macomb Topl. Engrs. assisted by C. H. Dimmock, C. Engr. (Lettering by John L. Hazzard. Ruling by Samuel Sartain.) New York: Geographical Institute, Baron F. W. von Egloffstein, 1 sheet, scale 1:760,320. [Includes Marble Canyon region of Colorado River, with confluence of Little Colorado River.]

2010 25.271 Map of explorations and surveys in New Mexico and Utah made under the direction of the Secretary of War by Capt. J. N. Macomb Topl. Engrs. assisted by C. H. Dimmock, C. Engr. (Lettering by John L. Hazzard. Ruling by Samuel Sartain.) New York: Geographical Institute, Baron F. W. von Egloffstein, 1 sheet, scale 1:760,320. [Includes Marble Canyon region of Colorado River, with confluence of Little Colorado River.] [Reprinted in facsimile, loose in rear pocket accompanying Steven K. Madsen, Exploring desert stone; John N. Macomb's 1859 expedition to the canyonlands of the Colorado (Utah State University Press, Logan, Utah) [Item no. 2.17061].]
Macomb, M. M.

1885 21.5709 (principal preparer) Tables of geographic positions, azimuths, and distances; together with lists of baromtric altitudes, magnetic declinations, and itineraries of important routes. Under the direction of Captain Geo. M. Wheeler, Engineer Department, U.S. Army. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 261 pp.
Macomber, Judy

2006 9.671 (publisher) 2006/2007 RV map and tourist guide; California-Arizona-Nevada; the ultimate guide for the traveling pet owner. First edition! Vista, California: PetLovers Publications, 32 pp. [including wraps].
MacPheat, Will

no date 2.15866 Grand Canyon National Park; the North Rim. [No imprint]: [112] pp. [An on-demand publication; copy seen printed 2011 in Lexington, Kentucky. One page of brief explanatory text, p. [3]; the remainder comprises full-page photos with no legends.]
MacPherson, Suzanne

2005 7.340 She woke up married. New York: Avon Books. [Las Vegas-Boulder City vicinity generally; and community of "Lake Meade".]
MacRae, Gordon

1998 2.18555 Grand Canyon exchange. Visions (Canada Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, British Columbia Parks), 9(3)(June):11-12. [Information exchange visit to Grand Canyon between representatives from Glacier Bay/Wrangell-St. Ellias National Park (Alaska), Kluane National Park (Yukon), and Tatshenshini-Alsek Park (British Columbia), including Colorado River trip.]
Macurda, Donald B., Jr.

1969 21.2011 Blastoids. In: McKee, E. D., and Gutschick, R. C., History of the Redwall Limestone of northern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Memoir 114, pp. 457-473. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
MacWilliams, Arthur C.; Bergstresser, laura S.; and Langan, John S.

2006 16.793 (with Heather J. Kehres) Shivwits Plateau survey 2001: Archeological inventory survey in Parashant National Monument. U.S. National Park Service, Intermountain Region, Western Archeological and Conservation Center, Publications in Anthropology, no. 93, 318 pp. [Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument.]
Mad Magazine

1960 28.399 [Cover.] Mad Magazine, 1(53)(March), Special Leap Year Issue. [Cover depicts Alfred E. Newman leaping over stylized Grand Canyon. No legend.]
Madabhushi, Sriram

2007 28.670 Highlight of a team leader. Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council, Quarterly Update, (June):4-5. (See photo, "Sriram photographs the Grand Canyon", p. 4.)
Madar, Anuja

2011 9.875 (ed.) Frommer's Arizona and the Grand Canyon 2011. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 568 pp., map.
Madariaga, Anne

2002 4.197 In loving memory of Roma Butchart; by her daughter, Anne Madariaga. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(5):3.
Madd Mike [pseudonym]

2005 2.21526 My dam story. In: Letters [section]. The Cowboy Chronicle (Single Action Shooting Society), 18(9)(September):14, 39. [Encounter with security at Hoover Dam.]

2008 2.21527 My dam story II. In: Letters [section]. The Cowboy Chronicle (Single Action Shooting Society), 21(5)(May):26. [Another encounter with security at Hoover Dam.]
Madden, Daniel M. |New York Times|

1971 3.888 (May 9) "The old man of the rapids." By Daniel M. Madden. (pp. XX 31, 34) [Emery Kolb.]
Madden, Fred J.; Tolfree, Edith M.; Tolfree, Gertrude; Fleming, Porter; and Flemming, Charles S.

1899 2.13972 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 93. [Fleming and Flemming names spelled thus.]
Madden, John

1897 2.14301 The wilderness and its tenants; a series of geographical and other essays illustrative of life in a wild country; together with experiences and observations culled from the great book of nature in many lands. Vol. II. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., Ltd., 566 pp. (see pp. 58-70).
Madden, Ross

1946 17.451 An American Shangri-La. Westways, 38(6):4-6. [Havasupai.]
Maddock, T., III; Serrat-Capdevila, A.; and Valdes, J. B.

2010 11.2071 Modeling surface water depletions due to groundwater pumping in a transboundary basin. In: ISARM2010 International Conference, "Transboundary Aquifers: Challenges and New Directions", Paris, 6-8 December 2010. [UNESCO-IHP ISARM Programme. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization; International Hydrological Programme; Internationally Shared Aquifer Resources Management.]
Maddock, Thomas

no date 12.823 Reasons for Arizona's opposition to the Swing-Johnson Bill and Santa Fe Compact. Phoenix, 10 pp. [Submitted to California and Nevada Commissions by the Arizona Commission, Feb. 7, 1927.] FQ8:79

1928 12.824 Arizona views compromise letter. Engineering News-Record, 101(November 22):782.

1951 12.825 Colorado River facts (are stubborn things). Safford, Arizona: Gila Power and Phone Co., 13 pp.
Maddock, Thomas, Jr.

1948 11.1362 Reservoir problems with respect to sedimentation. Proceedings of the Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conference; Denver, Colorado, May 6-8, 1947, pp. 9-17; Discussion, pp. 14-17.

1954 11.6454 The sediment problem in reservoirs. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Lake Mead comprehensive survey of 1948-49. [No place]: U.S. Geological Survey, Volume III, pp. X-351 to X-356.

1960 11.498 The sediment problem in reservoirs. In: Smith, W. O., et al., Comprehensive survey of sedimentation in Lake Mead, 1948-49. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 295, pp. 245-248. >Mon. 8: 2-16<
Maddox, Charlotte A.

2012 2.16736 President's message. Florida Engineering Society Journal, (January):3. [Inc ludes note of visit to Hoover Dam.]
Maddox, Terry

2005 28.596 "Mules at the Rock Corral". In: Hauer, John, The natural superiority of mules (Sena Hauer, ed.). Guilford, Connecticut: Lyons Press, p. 138. [Hand tinted lithograph. Apparently Grand Canyon.]
Maddux, H. r.; Kubly, D. M.; deVos, J. C., Jr.; Pesons, W. R.; Staedicke, R.; and Wright, R. L.

no date 20.12 [GCES Phase I. Aquatic Biology Reports. Phase I documentation, 12.] Effects of varied flow regimes on aquatic resources of Glen and Grand Canyons (PB88-183439/AS.) 315 pp. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]
Maddux, Henry R., and Kepner, William G.

1988 19.944 Spawning of bluehead sucker in Kanab Creek, Arizona (Pisces: Catostomidae). Southwestern Naturalist, 33(3):364-365. >Mon. 8: 4-19<
Maddux, Henry R.; Kubly, D. M.; deVos, J. C., Jr.; Persons, W. R.; Staedicke, R.; and Wright, R. L.

1987 18.444 Effects of varied flow regimes on aquatic resources of Glen and Grand Canyons. Final report. Arizona Game and Fish Department, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Technical Report 12, 291 pp. National Technical Information Service PB88-183439/AS. >Mon. 8: 4-19<
Maddux, Henry R.; Noonan, William R.; Fitzpatrick, Lesley A.; and Tyrus, Harold M.

1994 13.865 Edangered and threatened wildlife and plants; determination of critical habitat for the Colorado River endangered fishes: Razorback sucker, Colorado squawfish, humpback chub, and bonytail chub; Final rule. Federal Register, 59(54)(March 21):13374-13400.
Maddux, Henry; Fitzpatrick, Lesley; Noonan, William; and Tyus, Harold

1993 19.945 Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants: Proposed determination of critical habitat for the Colorado River endangered fishes: Razorback sucker, Colorado squawfish, humpback chub, and bonytail chub. Federal Register, 58(18)(January 29):6578-6589.
Maddux, Henry; Noonan, William; Fitzpatrick, Lesley A.; Tyus, Harold M.

1994 19.946 Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants; determination of critical habitat for the Colorado River endangered fishes: Razorback sucker, Colorado squawfish, humpback chub, and bonytail chub. Federal Register, 59(54)(March 21):13374-13400.
Madeira, George

1881 2.4255 From San Francisco to Tombstone. Cities and towns along the way--Yuma, silver district, volcanoes, petrified forests, etc., etc. Mining and Scientific Press, 43(December 17):394. Goodman 617
Madigan, Jessica (Mei Ling)

2012 2.21109 The coming earthquake--Introduction. Rapturing Times, (5)(December):2-8. [Prophesy. Includes Salton Sea region.]
Madison, Charlotte, and Cook, Nana

1999 2.4256 G.B. and the rangers; doesn't everyone love the men and women in khaki? 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. 152-156.
Madon, Minoo B.; Workman, Eric B.; Krone, Lawrence J.; and Magy, Harvey I.

1974 11.6908 Occurrence of arborviruses in mosquitoes collected in Imperial and Riverside Counties, California 1972. Society of Vector Ecologists, Bulletin, 1:14-21.
Madsen, John D.; Wersal, Ryan M.; Fernandez, Amanda; and Turnage, Gray

2012 11.6350 Lake Havasu aquatic plant monitoring 2011 interim report. Mississippi State University, Geosystems Research Institute, Report 4008, 54 pp.
Madsen, John H.

2005 2.18579 In search of the Coronado trail. Archaeology Southwest, 19(1)(Winter):6-7.
Madsen, Lisa D.

1980 2.4257 The Grand Canyon tourist business of the W. W. Bass family. Master's thesis, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 99 pp. (Copyright Heritage Associates, Inc.) >Mon. 8: 7-9<

1986 2.4258 Georgie! Woman of the river. Wildwater, 7(2)(April/May):cover, 3, 20-35. ["Part I: A Woman and a River", pp. 20-30; "Part 2: A Trip with Georgie", pp. 30-35.] >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ9:100 [number]

1987 28.1064 Fishing below the mouth of Tapeats Creek. Wildwater, (Fall):3, back cover.
Madsen, Steven K.

2010 2.17061 Exploring desert stone; John N. Macomb's 1859 expedition to the canyonlands of the Colorado. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 273 pp., map. [Map reprinted in facsimile, loose in rear pocket: Map of explorations and surveys in New Mexico and Utah made under the direction of the Secretary of War by Capt. J. N. Macomb Topl. Engrs. assisted by C. H. Dimmock, C. Engr. (Lettering by John L. Hazzard. Ruling by Samuel Sartain.) New York: Geographical Institute, Baron F. W. von Egloffstein, 1 sheet, scale 1:760,320. [Includes Marble Canyon region of Colorado River, with confluence of Little Colorado River (Item no. 25.271).]
Maerd, Dorushka

1995 17.996 Sipapu odyssey. Las Vegas, Nevada: Phoenix Source Publishers, Inc., 2nd ed., 114 pp. ("By Dorushka Maerd (Dharma); (Now) A Phoenix Journal".) [Alternative. "This journal which comes in `fantasy' format is, in fact, TRUTH in every measure . . ."]
Maestas, Amy

2007 30.503 Inside/Outside Southwest magazine's annual big book review. Inside/Outside Southwest, (January/February):43.42-. [See "There's this River . . . Grand Canyon Boatman Stories (Second Edition)", edited by Christa Sadler; p. 43.]
Maestro, Vittorio

2006 2.12696 In remembrance of an apostle of the out-of-doors. Wake-Robin (Newsletter of the John Burroughs Association at the American Museum of Natural History), 39(1)(Summer):9-12. [Excerpts from Services for the Open by Laura I. Mattoon and Helen D. Bragdon (1923). [See "A Quiet Humorist. (Reading by Spokesman.)", pp. 10-11.]
Magallón, Maurilio

1922 2.17648 Breves apuntes sobre Mexicali y sus condiciones comerciales. Caléxico, California: "El Monitor", 30 pp. (with La Camara Nacional de Comercio de Mexicali. Sus Functionarios y Miembros. Mexicali Grafico. [16] pp.). [Author is "Secretario de la Cámara Nacional de Comercio".]
Maganda, Carmen

2005 12.4441 Collateral damage: How the San Diego-Imperial Valley water agreement affects the Mexican side of the border. Journal of Environment and Development, 14(4)(December):486-506.

2012 12.3102 Border water culture in theory and practice: political behavior on the Mexico-U.S. border. Journal of Political Ecology, 19:81-93.
Magatagan, M. D.; Boyer, E. H.; and Villa-Ramirez, B.

1984 11.7930 Revision del estado que guarda Phocoena sinus Norris and McFarland y descripcion de tres nuevos ejemplares. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Biología, Anales, Serie Zoologia, 55:271-294.
Magdaleno, Rita Maria

2003 8.235 Marlene Dietrich, Rita Hayworth, and my mother. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. (See "Meditation on a Walk under the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona", pp. 72-73.)

2006 8.283 River run. Arizona Highways, 82(12):15.
Maggs, B. D., and Maggs, E. U.

1925 2.17301 Bibliotheca Americana et Philippina; Part IV. No. 465. 1925. London: Maggs Bros., 557+ pp. [Cover title: Bibliotheca Americana. Part IV. Catalogue No. 465.] [See pp. 280-287, Plate 41 (facing p. 384): "The Manuscript Diary of Anza's Expedition into California. 1774 A.D. (3109) Anza (J. B.). Diario de la Rutta y Operaciones que yo, el Infrascripto Capitan de Cavalieria del Real Pesidio de Tubac, en la Provincia de Sonora practico, en solicitud, de abrir comunicacion de dicha Provincia a la California Septentrional, por los Rios Gila y Colorado, á cuia expedicion soy comisionado por el Excmo. Señor Theniente General Don Antonio Maria Bucareli y Ursua Virrey Governador y Capitan General de la Nueba España, como consta de su Superior Orden de diez y siete de Septiembre de mil Settecientos setenta y tres años. Manuscript Diary (in Spanish) of the Expedition into Upper California from Sonora, by way of the Gila and Colorado Rivers, under the command of Captain Juan Baptista de Anza. 111 pp., folio, enclosed in a buckram case. Tubac (Sonora), 8th Jan., 1884-27th May, 1774."] [Extensively described, quoted, and paraphrased. Listed in 1925 for £1,250.]
Maghidovici, I. P.

1958 2.16988 Istoria descoperirilor geografice (Ion Vladutiu and M. Leicand, translators). Bucuresti: Edituras Tiintifica, 953 [971] pp. [See "Descoperirea bazinului Colorado si al lui Rio Grande del Norte (expeditia lui Coronado spre Sibola)", pp. 314-316; and "Descoperirea afluentilor apuseni ai fluviului Misisipi (expeditia lui Coronado spre 'Quivira')", pp. 316-.] [Romanian translation of Onerki po Istorii Geograficheskikh Otkryitii [?] (Moskva, 1957).] [Diacritical marks do not display online.]
Magidson, Jay

2013 7.639 In the image of God; a novel. [No place]: Stratumentis Publishing, 319 [321] pp. [Includes Grand Canyon.] [An on-demand publication.]
Magill, Timothy

1997 2.4259 Mule trouble. In: Arizona Humor [section]. Arizona Highways, 73(1):48.
Magill-Collins, Anne; Gaither, Marlene; Gerba, Charles P.; Kitajima, Masaaki; Iker, Brandon C.; and Stroehr, James D.

2015 15.826 Norovirus outbreaks among Colorado River rafters in the Grand Canyon, Summer 2012. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, doi:10.1016/j.wem.2015.02.007.
Magilligan, F. J., and Nislow, K. H.

2001 19.2249 Long-term changes in regional hydrologic regime following impoundment in a humid-climate watershed. American Water Resources Association, Journal, 37(6):1551-1569. [Connecticut; includes Grand Canyon.]
Magilligan, Francis J.; Nislow, Keith H.; and Graber, Brian E.

2003 21.3883 Scale-independent assessment of discharge reduction and riparian disconnectivity following flow regulation by dams. Geology, 31(7):569-572. [Includes Colorado River.]
Magirl, Chris [Magirl, Christopher S.], and Webb, Bob [Webb, Robert H.]

2003 22.542 The changing rapids of the Colorado River--Doris Rapid. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(2)(Summer):18-19. [Also see comment by John Southworth, 16(3):7.]
Magirl, Christopher S.

2010 22.895 Analyzing clues in river evolution of the bedrock-controlled Colorado River using hydraulic modeling [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 2010 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 13-17 December, Abstract EP43B-0750.
Magirl, Christopher S., and Andersen, Matthew E.

2008 22.710 Velocity distribution in the pools and rapids of the Colorado River and the impact on aquatic ecology [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], p. 33.

2008 19.2759 Velocity distribution in the pools and rapids of the Colorado River and the impact on aquatic ecology [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], p. 33.

2010 19.3240 Water velocity of the Colorado River: Implications for native fishes. In: Melis, Theodore S., Hamill, John F., Coggins, Lewis G., Jr., Grams, Paul E., Kennedy, Theodore A., Kubly, Dennis M., and Ralston, Barbara E. (eds.), Proceedings of the Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium, November 18-20, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5135, pp. 177-183.

2010 22.790 Water velocity of the Colorado River: Implications for native fishes. In: Melis, Theodore S., Hamill, John F., Coggins, Lewis G., Jr., Grams, Paul E., Kennedy, Theodore A., Kubly, Dennis M., and Ralston, Barbara E. (eds.), Proceedings of the Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium, November 18-20, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5135, pp. 177-183.
Magirl, Christopher S., and Breedlove, Michael J.

2005 22.600 An improved Stars model: Predicted Colorado River water-surface elevations and virtual shorelines for flows up to 200,000 cfs. 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. 56. [Stars (STARS): Sediment Transport and River Simulation.]
Magirl, Christopher S., and Webb, Robert H.

2005 22.918 Hydraulic response of Colorado River rapids to a reworking flood [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 86(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract H53B-0476.
Magirl, Christopher S.; Breedlove, Michael J.; Webb, Robert H.; and Griffiths, Peter G.

2008 22.722 One-dimensional computer model and Global Information System tool set to predict river stage and inundation on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], pp. 86-87.

2008 22.666 Modeling water-surface elevations and virtual shorelines for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigation Report 2208-5075, 32 pp.
Magirl, Christopher S.; Gartner, Jeffrey W.; Smart, Graeme M.; and Webb, Robert H.

2009 22.756 Water velocity and the nature of critical flow inlarge rapids on the Colorado River, Utah. Water Resources Research, 45, W05427, doi:10.1029/2009WR007731, 17 pp. [Principally Cataract Canyon, Utah, but includes background information from Grand Canyon in several places.]
Magirl, Christopher S.; Griffiths, Peter G.; and Webb, Robert H.

2006 22.754 ADV point measurements within rapids of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. In: World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2006: Examining the confluence of environmental and water concerns; proceedings of a meeting held 21-25 May 2006, Omaha, Nebraska. [No place]: Curran Associates, Inc. (Conference sponsored by American Society of Civil Engineers.) [ADV: acoustic Doppler velocimeter.]
Magirl, Christopher Sean [Magirl, Chris]

2006 22.775 Bedrock-controlled fluvial geomorphology and the hydraulics of river rapids on the Colorado River [abstract]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 67(10B):5625.

2006 22.636 Bedrock-controlled fluvial geomorphology and the hydraulics of river rapids on the Colorado River. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 257 pp.

2008 22.699 [Comment on "1958 high water!" by C. V. Argonautus, BQR, 21(2).] In: Dear Eddy [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(3)(Fall):7.
Magirl, Christopher; Webb, Robert H.; and Griffiths, Peter G.

2005 22.582 Changes in the water surface profile of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona, between 1923 and 2000. Water Resources Research, 40:W05021 doi:101029/2003WR002519, 10 pp.; and Auxiliary Material at ftp://ftp.agu.org/apend/wr/2003WR002519, 37 pp.
Magistad, O. C., and Burgess, P. S.

1928 11.4175 The use of alcoholic salt solutions for the determination of replaceable bases in calcareous soils. University of Arizona, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin 20, pp. 481-497. [Includes Yuma sand.]
Magistad, Oscar C.

1941 11.4856 The use of softened Colorado River water for home gardens. American Water Works Association, Journal, 33(5)(May):883-893.
Magistrale, H.

1999 11.7458 Seismotectonics and crustal velocities around the Imperial Valley, California [abstract]. American Geohysical Union, 1999 Fall Meeting, Abstract S32D-09.

2002 11.7403 The Brawley Seismic Zone, Imperial Valley, southern California [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 83(47, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract S72D-08.
Magleby, Dan N.

1961 21.2012 Orphan Lode uranium mine, Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Open-File Report TM-134, 18 pp.
Magley, Beverly

1990 9.247 National Forest Scenic Byways. Billings and Helena, Montana: Falcon Press, 240 pp. (see Kaibab Plateau-North Rim Parkway, pp. 106-111). >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-6<
Magnante, Charles

1935 27.122 On the Trail by Ferde Grofé; accordion transcriptions of modern and standard classics by Charles Magnante. New York: Robbins Music Corp., 7 pp. [Score.]
Magnanti, Paul

2014 17.1668 Trail News [section]. TrailGroove (Lander, Wyoming), (17):9-10. [See p. 10, remarks on Grand Canyon Escalade project.]
Magneson, Moira

2008 8.313 Green Room, Havasu. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(4)(Winter 2008-2009):21.
Magnussen, Stephen

1997 12.2495 Reinventing the Bureau of Reclamation. In: Federal Facilities Council, Standing Committee on Design and Construction, and Standing Committee on Organization and Administration, Federal facilities beyond the 1990s; ensuring quality of an era of limited resources; summary of a symposium. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, pp. 50-54. (Technical Report 133.)
Maguire, Rita P.

2010 12.3609 Transforming the operation and management of the Colorado River to meet the demands of the 21st century. In: The law of the Colorado River; May 13-14, 2010, Reno, Nevada. [Denver]: CLE International.
Maguire, Shandy

1905 2.13071 Troubles and triumphs of travel. (Concluded.) Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Monthly Journal, 39(9)(September):765-768 (see pp. 767, 768). [Earlier part of article not pertinent.]
Mahaffey, Ben D.

1970 14.898 Highlights of the 3rd Recreation Management Institute. Department of Recreation and Parks (Texas A&M University, College of Agriculture), 5(6)(November/December):[6], [9]. [3rd Recreation Management Institute, co-sponsored by U.S. National Park Service, held at Horace M. Albright Training Center, Grand Canyon. Report, with photos.]
Mahaffey, Merrill

1979 28.164 Monumental landscapes. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 58 pp. >Mon. 8: 12-7<

1989 28.165 "Marble Canyon Buttress". Arizona Highways, 65(8):inside back cover. [Painting.] >Mon. 8: 12-7<

2009 2.12553 Merrill Mahaffey; artist's statement. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Grand Canyon celebration of art; 2009 modern masters. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 20-21.

2013 28.979 Kaibab reflection. Journal of Arizona History, 54(4)(Winter):cover, inside front cover.

2014 2.20666 Upstream downstream. Tucson: Nighthorses, 156 pp.
Mahal, Ken

2002 12.2135 December is a good time to reflect each year. NSC Foghorn (Nevada Senioirs Coalition), 1(11)(December):1-2, 4. [Lake Mead, in passing, p. 4.]

2003 11.6475 Dirty water, dirty politics! The NSC Foghorn (Nevada Seniors Coalition, Las Vegas), 2(8)(August 14):1. [Regarding polluted Lake Mead water in Southern Nevada Water Authority water supply.]
Mahan, Kevin H.; Dumond, Gregory; Williams, Michael; Jercinovic, Michael; and Karlstrom, Karl E.

2004 21.4598 Metamorphic history of the Upper Granite Gorge, Grand Canyon, Arizona, and implications for the significance of domain boundaries in the Yavapai/Mazatzal orogen. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5):404.
Maharishi University of Management

2000 18.1053 Students study ecology in Texas desert, Grand Canyon, and Colorado Plateau. In: University Report, 1999-2000. Fairfield, Iowa: Maharishi University of Management, p. 15.
Maher, Neil M.

2008 2.15128 Nature's New Deal; the Civilian Conservation Corps and the roots of the American environmental movement. New York: Oxford University Press, 316 pp.
Mahler, Richard

2001 2.8676 A little too different; the enigma of Everett Ruess. Plateau Journal, 5(2) [Fall/Winter]:48-59.
Mahnken, Scott, and Hilburn, Hal

2001 2.9329 The Grand Gulch Mine; Arizona's richest copper mine (in 1911, that is). SW Aviator, (August/September).
Mahon, Robert C.; Dehler, Carol M.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; and Link, Paul K.

2012 21.5796 Detrital zircon provenance, age constraints and revised stratigraphy of the Mesoproterozoic and Neoproterozoic PahrumpGroup (Supergroup?), Death Valley region, California. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 44(6):82. [Includes correlation to Grand Canyon.]
Mahon, Robert Clyde

2012 21.5776 Detrital zircon provenance, geochronology and revised stratigraphy of the Mesoproterozoic and Neoproterozoic Pahrump (super)group, Death Valley region, California; and Geology of the Saddle Peak Hills 7.5' quadrangle, San Bernardino County, California. Master's thesis, Idaho State University, 182 pp. [Includes correlations to Grand Canyon.]
Mahon, W. D.

1923 2.15090 Convention transportation notice. The Motorman and Conductor, 31(9)(August):11. [Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employes of America convention, Oakland, California. Notes optional Grand Canyon stop-overs.]
Mahoney, Sheila A., and Jehl, Joseph R., Jr.

1985 11.7502 Avoidance of salt-loading by a diving bird at a hypersaline and alkaline lake: Eared grebe. The Condor, 87:389-397. [Mono Lake, California; but includes Salton Sea.]
Mahood, Ruth I.

1974 2.4260 (ed.) Photographer of the Southwest; Adam Clark Vroman, 1856-1916. Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 127 pp. FQ13A:128 [4th printing] FQ15:344 FQ16:132 FQ17:272
Maier, Craig

2005 8.273 Variations on Spring. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(1)(Spring):24.
Maiken, Peter T.

1989 2.4261 Night trains; the Pullman system in the gold years of American train travel. Baltimore, Md., and London: Johns Hopkins Press, 415 pp. (see pp. 180, 261-262, 317-318, 343-344).
Maimoni, Arturo

1982 11.2990 A cementation process for minerals recovery from Salton Sea geothermal brines. Livermore, California: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, University of California, 21 pp. (UCRL-53252.)
Main, [J. M.]

1883 11.5184 Yellow fever in Mexico. In: News Items [section]. The Medical News (Philadelphia), 43(18)(November 3):501. "[Yellow fever] has spread with rapidity northward [in Mexico], dealing death to the indians. there is constant travel and traffic from these oints to the frontier of Arizona and Upper California by land, and steamship navigation on the Fulf of California to the Colorado River (which empties its waters into the Gulf of California), thence to Fort Yuma on the Gila River, carries the disease northward. Some cases of fever of an unknown type (?) have already been reported in Arizona as having occurred among some travellers from the affected districts further south." Also, "It is north and west that the disease is travelling, and there is danger of its creeping into Arizona and Upper California, where the great system of railways which here begin to network the country may carry it into the east like a prairie fire." Quoted from a report by "Acting Assistant Surgeon Main" to Surgeon-General Hamilton, dated October 16, 1883.]
Mainzer, G. F., and Cook, K. L.

1978 21.2013 Gravity and aeromagnetic patterns in the Basin and Range-Colorado Plateau transition in southwestern Utah and northwestern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 10:233. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Maiorana, Marie

1993 2.4262 From the president. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 4(9):9. ["What IS the Grand Canyon Pioneers Society?"]

1994 2.4263 Have plaque, will travel. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 5(5):3, 4. [Plaques on Ed Cumming's furniture at Desert View.]

1997 28.163 [View from South Rim of snowscape Grand Canyon, accompanying holiday greeting from Grand Canyon Pioneers Society.] The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 8(8)(Fall):18.
Mairsile [Leabhair, Mairsile]

2015 6.1015 See no evil; finding love and espionage in the Grand Canyon. [No imprint], 307 pp. [Fiction.] [An on-demand publication.]
Mais, S. P. B.

1934 2.9160 A modern Columbus. Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Co., 345 pp. (see pp. 61, 157-159).
Maital, Shlomo

1995 33.68 Adjusting the Dow; long-term equity investors have to "get real". Barron's, (October 30):55. [Editorial. Mentions in comparing the Dow Jones Industrial Average and consumer price index, "a Grand Canyon of equity values; the Great Dow Canyon." Also compares Colorado River erosion of Grand Canyon to erosion of stock values.]
Maithel, Sarah A.; Brand, Leonard R.; and Whitmore, John H.

2014 21.6490 "Ripple marks," "slump features," and "rainprints" in the Coconino Sandstone near Ash Fork, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 46(6):768.
Maithy, P. K., and Babu, Rupendra

1988 21.2014 Chitinozoa-like remains from Vindhyan Supergroup of Son Valley. Palaeobotanist, 37(1):77-80. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Maitland, James

1891 2.14437 The American slang dictionary. Chicago: R. J. Kittredge and Co., for the author, 308 pp. [250 copies issued. See p. 57, "Canon (Sp.), a narrow valley or passageway between rocks, often of great height. The Grand Canon of the Colorado is the largest known." (entire note)]
Majer, E. L., and McEvilly, T. V.

1981 11.4029 Earthquake monitoring at the Cerro Prieto geothermal field. In: México, Comisión Federal de Electricidad, and U.S. Department of Energy, Divison of Geothermal Energy, Proceedings; Second Symposium on the Cerro Pireto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico, October 17/19 [1979], Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. [Berkeley, California]: [University of California at Bekeley, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Earth Sciences Division].

1981 11.4100 Detailed microearthquake studies at theCerro Prieto geothermal field. Estudios microsísmicos detallados en el campo geotérmico de Cerro Prieto. In: Proceedings/Actas; Third Symposium on the Cerro Prieto geothermal field, Baja California, Mexico, March 24-26, 1981, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Office of Renewable Technology, Geothermal and Hydropower Technologies Division, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 347-356.
Majer, E. L.; McEvilly, T. V.; Albores L., A.; and Díaz C., S.

1978 11.3107 Seismological studies at Cerro Prieto. Estudios sismológicos enCerro Prieto. In: Proceedings/Actas; First Symposium on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico, September 20-22, 1978, San Diego, California. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 239-248.
Majer, E. L.; McEvilly, T. V.; Schechter, B.; and Goldstein, N. E.

1978 11.3017 Seismicity. In: Howard, J. H., Apps, J. A., Benson, S. M., Goldstein, N. E., Graf, A. N., Haney, J. P., Jackson, D. D., Juprasert, S., Majer, E. L., McEdwards, D. G., McEvilly, T. V., Narasimhan, T. N., Schechter, B., Schroeder, R. C., Taylor, R. W., Kamp, P. C. van de, and Wolery, T. J., Geothermal resource and reservoir investigations of U.S. Bureau of Reclamation leaseholds at East Mesa, Imperial Valley, California. Berkeley, California: Earth Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, for U.S. Department of Energy (contract W-7405-ENG-48) and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (contract 7-01-30-22140), pp. 33-56.
Majeske, Andrew

2005 17.588 Parens patria: Issues relating to the Colorado River boundary between Grand Canyon National Park, the Hualapai Reservation, and the Navajo Nation. In: Anderson, Michael F. (compiler, ed.), A gathering of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the inaugural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 13, pp. 171-176.
Majors, Alexander

1893 2.19478 Seventy years on the frontier; Alexander Majors' memoirs of a lifetime on the border; with a preface by "Buffalo Bill" (General W. F. Cody) (Prentiss Ingraham, ed.). Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally and Co., 325 pp. + advertisements. [Lower Colorado River region, see pp. 159-160. Also see, regarding an early expedition of frontiersmen (pp. 261-262): "Were it not foreign to the purpose of this article, it would be interesting to relate at some length the fate of this expedition. The most of the part were slain in battles with the Indians, and Workman and Spencer are reported to have gone through the grand cañons of the Colorado River to California in 1809, but that remarkable feat is discredited by some, leaving honors easier with Major Powell, whose expedition through these cañons was in more modern times."]
Majua, Margaret; Weingarten, David; and Weintraub, Alan

1996 2.9369 Souvenir buildings, miniature monuments; from the collection of Ace Architects. New York: H. N. Abrams, 128 pp. [Includes Hoover Dam.]
Makarick, lori

2015 19.4654 Granite Camp--an update from the field. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 28(1)(Winter 2014-2015 [sic, Spring 2015]):17. [Granite Camp Pilot Stewardship Project; revegetation.]

2015 4.493 Shana Watahomigie--April 3, 1973-November 16, 2014. In: Farewells [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 28(1)(Winter 2014-2015 [sic, Spring 2015]):4-5.
Makarick, Lori J.

no date 19.2896 Tamarisk management in Grand Canyon: Past challenges, current efforts, and future direction. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon, National Park, poster. [Ca. 2008.]

no date 19.2680 Tamarisk management and tributary restoration. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, 2 pp. [January 2007.]

2003 19.2450 Fall 2003 report for tamarisk eradication and restoration of 63 tributaries in Grand Canyon National Park. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon National Park, 24 pp. + appendices. (Arizona Water Protection Fund Contract No. 99-075WPF.)

2005 19.2537 A menace threatens Grand Canyon's biodiversity! Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(3)(Fall):20-21. [Sahara mustard.]

2005 19.2676 May 2005 monitoring report (revised on August 20, 2005); management and control of tamarisk and other invasive vegetation at backcountry seeps, springs and tributaries in Grand Canyon National Park (first year of Phase II of comprehensive project). Arizona Water Protection Fund Contract Number 05-131WPF. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park; and Grand Canyon National Park Foundation, separately paginated parts.

2005 19.2731 Pre-tamarisk eradication monitoring in the Colorado River tributaries. In: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Glen and Grand Canyon riparian restoration project: Final report for Arizona Water Protection Fund, Contract Number 99-075WPF. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Inc., for Arizona Water Protection Fund, Phoenix, pp. 84-93. [CD also accompanies full report.]

2005 19.2729 Tamarisk eradication, monitoring, and photomonitoring plan for the Colorado River. In: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Glen and Grand Canyon riparian restoration project: Final report for Arizona Water Protection Fund, Contract Number 99-075WPF. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Inc., for Arizona Water Protection Fund, Phoenix, pp. 66-75. [CD also accompanies full report.]

2007 19.2663 From an email to GCRG dated April 20, 2007. In: Dear Eddy [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(2)(Summer):5. [Sahara mustard eradication.]

2008 19.2693 Come join the Sahara Mustard pull--March 28th. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(1)(Spring):6-7.
Makarick, Lori J., and Kloeppel, Heidi

2005 19.2734 Tamarisk eradication and post tamarisk eradication monitoring along the Colorado River tributaries. In: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Glen and Grand Canyon riparian restoration project: Final report for Arizona Water Protection Fund, Contract Number 99-075WPF. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Inc., for Arizona Water Protection Fund, Phoenix, pp. 113-146. [CD also accompanies full report.]
Makarick, Lori J.; Moran, Mary; and Naumann, Tamara

2010 19.3902 Planning for and living with the tamarisk beetle on the Colorado Plateau--a National Park Service perspective [abstract]. 2010 Tamarisk Symposium, January 12 and 13, Two Rivers Convention Center, Grand Junction, Colorado.
[Makarick, Lori J.]

2006 19.4625 Taking back the Grand Canyon from tamarisk (saltcedar) infestation. [No place]: Invasive Weed Awareness Coalition, [1] p. (APN 06-15-002-0062B.) [Fact sheet.]
Makarick, Lori, and King, Emily

2002 19.2205 Himalaya Blackberry removal project. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), (Spring):8.
Makarick, Lori, and Kloeppel, Heidi

2005 19.2677 Final report for tamarisk eradication and restoration of 63 tributaries in Grand Canyon National Park; Arizona Water Protection Fund Contract Number 99-075WPF. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, and Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, separately paginated parts [106 pp. total] + CD-ROM. ("This report, including Appendices, is included on the accompanying compact disk. The Disk also contains a complete set of the project photographs and maps.")
Makarick, Lori, and Watters, Kate

2006 19.2678 Fall 2006 report; management and control of tamarisk and other invasive vegetation at backcountry seeps, springs and tributaries in Grand Canyon National Park (Phase II-A, first year of Phase II of comprehensive project); Arizona Water Protection Fund Contract Number 05-131WPF. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, [49] pp.

2007 19.2679 Fall 2006 report; management and control of tamarisk and other invasive vegetation at backcountry seeps, springs and tributaries in Grand Canyon National Park (Phase II-B, second year of Phase II of comprehensive project); revised May 2, 2007--Final Version; Arizona Water Protection Fund Contract Number 06-138WPF. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, [43] pp.
Makarick, Lori; Dow, Talise; and Kolegas, Stacy

2010 19.3122 Tamarisk beetle found within Grand Canyon National Park. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association member newsletter), 16(1)(Spring):3-4. [First author's name misspelled Mackarick.]

2010 19.3122 Tamarisk beetle found within Grand Canyon National Park. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association member newsletter), 16(1)(Spring):3-4. [First author's name misspelled Mackarick.]
Makarick, Lori; Leap, Lisa; Chester, Greer; Felger, Tracey; and White, Sara

2002 19.2675 Tamarisk management and tributary restoration, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona; Environmental Assessment/Assessment of Effect. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park, 104 pp.
Makarick, Lori; Watters, Kate; and Huisinga, Kristin

2006 19.2618 That Grand Canyon plant guide. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(1)(Spring):7. [Item signed also as "The Charley's Angels of Botany".]
Makinster, Andrew S.; Persons, William R.; Avery, Luke A.; and Bunch, Aaron J.

2010 19.3310 Colorado River fish monitoring in Grand Canyon, Arizona--2000 to 2009 summary. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2010-1246, 26 pp.
Makinster, Andrew S.; Rogers, R. Scott; and Persons, William R.

2008 19.2765 Modeling the management of the Lees Ferry rainbow trout fishery [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], p. 42.
Makinster, Andrew W.; Persons, William R.; and Avery, Luke A.

2011 19.3554 Status and trends of the rainbow trout population in the Lees Ferry reach of the Colorado River downstream from Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona, 1991-2009. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5015, 17 pp.
Makishi, Stanford, and Batelman, Kenneth

no date 6.747 Building the Hoover Dam. New York and Farmington: McGraw-Hill School Division, 24 pp. (Leveled Books, Science.) [2000.]
Malach, Roman

____ 2.4264 Grand Canyon underground chambers. Treasure, :25, 27, 56. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1974 2.4265 Mohave County; sketches of early days. [Kingman, Arizona]: [no imprint], 142 pp. (Official Bicentennial commemorative publication, Arizona Bicentennial Commission.)

1974 21.2015 Colorado River gold placers; Mark Musgrove devoted much of his life proving the existence of gold placers along the Colorado. Treasure, 5(6):36-37, 52. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1974 2.11904 Lake Havasu City; land of Chemehuevis. Lake Havasu City, Arizona: London Bridge Rotary Club, 48 pp. (Copyright 1975.)

1975 2.4266 Hualapai Mountains. [Kingman, Arizona?]: [no imprint], 48 pp. (Official Bicentennial Commemorative publication, Arizona Bicentennial Commission.)

1975 2.4267 The Arizona Strip in Mohave County. Kingman, Arizona: Roman Malach (printed by Graphicopy, New York), 48 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ6:157 FQ8:262 FQ9A:53 FQ12A:159 FQ13:319

1975 2.4268 Peach Springs in Mohave County. Kingman, Arizona: Roman Malach (printed by Graphicopy, New York), 48 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-67<

1976 2.4269 Mohave County place names. [Kingman, Arizona?]: [no imprint], 36 pp. (Official Bicentennial commemorative publication, Arizona Bicentennial Commission.)

1977 2.4270 Adventurer John Moss; gold discovery in Mohave County. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 32 pp. FQ8:261 FQ13:317 FQ17:273

1977 2.4271 Mohave County mines. New York: Graphicopy, 63 pp.

1978 2.4272 Early ranching in Mohave County. [Kingman, Arizona?]: [Published under the auspices of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors], [42] pp.

1978 21.4429 Chloride; mining gem of the Cerbat Mountains. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 53 pp.

1978 21.4430 Chloride; mining gem of the Cerbat Mountains. Lake Havasu City, Arizona: Locator Publications, 53 pp.

1979 2.4273 Mohave County album. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 52 pp.

1979 2.4274 Early days in Mohave County. [Kingman, Arizona]: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 56 pp. (Printed by H. & H. Printers, Kingman, Arizona.)

1979 2.4275 Mohave County northland. Kingman, Arizona: [Mohave County Board of Supervisors], 44 pp. FQ7:139 FQ12A:160 FQ13:318

1980 2.4276 Century of Kingman, 1882-1982. Kingman, Arizona: H and H Printers, 100 pp.; published under the auspices of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors.

1981 2.4277 Northland pioneers in Mohave County. Kingman, Arizona: H and H Printers, under auspices of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 48 pp.

1981 2.11903 London Bridge; miracle in Lake Havasu City. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 60 pp.

1982 2.4278 Mohave County in old photographs. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 40 pp.

1982 2.4279 Mohave County lost treasures. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 72 pp.

1982 2.4280 Short Creek-Colorado City on the Arizona Strip. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 33, [12] leaves.

1982 2.4281 White Hills Silverado in Mohave County. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 56 pp.

1982 2.4282 Mohave County pioneer; Daniel O'Leary. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 43 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1982 21.2016 Natural resources in Mohave County: metals, minerals, radioactive elements. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 48 pp.
Malanson, George P.

1993 19.947 Riparian landscapes. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 296 pp.
Malcolm, Andrew H.

1974 2.4283 Unknown America. New York: Quadrange/The New York Times Book Co., 301 pp. (see "Tuweep, Arizona", pp. 298-301). >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1989 30.177 Up against the flames. New York Times [newspaper], 94(May 14)(Section 7):7. [Review of "Fire on the Rim", by Stephen J. Pyne.] >Mon. 8: Reviews-2<
Malcolm, Andrew H. |New York Times|

1974 3.278 (March 15) Tuweep, Ariz.: A solitary man against the wilderness. By Andrew H. Malcolm. (p. 35) [John H. Riffey.] >Mon. 8: 11-11<
Malcolm, C. J.

2013 15.658 PSAR at Grand Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 20(1)(Winter):9-10. [Preventative Search and Rescue.]
Malcom, Andrew H. |New York Times|

1989 3.963 (May 14) Up against the flames. By Andrew H. Malcom. (Book Reviews, p. 7) [Review of Stephen J. Pyne's Fire On the Rim.]
Maldonado, Roberto

1907 2.13098 Comisión científica en Europa y Estados Unidos de N. A. Valparaíso: Talleres Tipográficos de la Armada, 231 pp. ("Publicado en la Revista de Marina por orden de la Dirección General de la Armada.") [See pp. 62, 76-79.]
Malek, Mark; Barzilay, Ezra; Kramer, Adam; Camp, Brendan; Jaykus, Lee-Ann; Escudero-Abarca, Blanca; Derrick, Greg; White, Patricia; Gerba, Charles; Higgins, Charles; Vinje, Jan; Glass, Roger; Lynch, Michael; and Widdowson, Marc-Alain

2009 15.432 Outbreak of Norovirus infection among river rafters associated with packaged delicatessen meat, Grand Canyon, 2005. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 48(1):31-37.
Malen, Kari, and Clementi, Maria

2006 19.2611 Restoration work offers rewards and challenges for volunteers. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter) [February]:8-9.
Malenda, H. Fitzgerald; Simpson, Edward L.; Szajna, Michael J.; Fillmore, David L.; Hartline, Brian W.; Heness, Elizabeth A.; Kraal, Erin R.; and Wilk, Jewels L.

2011 11.2610 Taphonomy of lacustrine shoreline fish-part conglomerates in the Late Triassic age Lockatong Formation (Collegeville, Pennsylvania, USA): Toward the recognition of catastropohic fish kills in the rock record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.11.022. [Salton Sea proposed to be a modern analog of hypersaline lacustrine environment, with respect to the deposition of fish remains.]
Maletic, J. T.; Krous, E. S.; and Sachs, M. S.

1968 12.1695 Desalting saline irrigation water supplies for agriculture--a case study, lower Colorado River basin, U.S.A. International Atomic Energy Agency Symposium on Nuclear Desalination, Madrid, Spain, November 18-22, 1968. [Preprint SM-113/37, 18 pp.]
Maletic, John T.

1974 11.6392 Salinity control planning in the Colorado River system. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, 4:108-126.
Maley, Molly

1949 2.4284 Through hell and high water. Transit Topics (San Diego Transit System and San Diego and Coronado Ferry Co.), 6(10)(September-October):4-9.
Maley, Molly, and Reilly, P. T. "Pat"

1951 2.4285 How I became a Colorado River rat. Transit Topics (San Diego Transit System and San Diego and Coronado Ferry Co.), 8(4)(Autumn):4-9.
Maley, Terry

1994 21.2017 Field geology illustrated. Boise, Idaho: Mineral Land Publications, 316 pp. (see p. 146).
Malfatti, Bartolomeo

1870 2.14538 Geografia e viaggi. Annuario Scientifico ed Industriale (Milan), 7:579-603. [See p. 595, Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Malinowski, Jay

1990 2.4286 The barely known. Aqueduct (Metropolitan Water Distict of Southern California), 56(1):25-27. [Lees Ferry.]
Malkin, Elisabeth

2014 11.7905 A porpoise is ensnared by criminals and nets. Soundings (American Cetacean Society, Monterey Bay Chapter, Pacific Grove, California), (October):5-7. [Vaquita.]
Mallard, C. E.

1912 12.826 Closing crevasses in levees. Engineering News, 68(July 4):29. [Letter.]
Mallery, Garrick

1886 16.676 Pictographs of the North American Indians. A preliminary paper. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology, 4th Annual Report, pp. 3-256. [See "Rock-carvings in Arizona", pp. 28-30.]
Mallery, J. C., and Ward, J. W.

1876 25.64 New map of the Territory of Arizona, southern California, and parts of Nevada, Utah, and Sonora. Compiled from the latest authentic data by Lieut. J. C. Mallery, A.M., U.S. Engineer Corps, and J. W. Ward, civil & topographic engineer. San Francisco: Britton, Rey and Co. [1877], scale 1:1,013,760. >Mon. 8: 8-5<
Mallet, James

2007 11.4827 Hybrid speciation. Nature, 446(March 15), doi:10.1038/nature05706, 5 pp. [Includes Gila seminuda of Virgin River (p. 5).]
Malloch, J. R.

1918 19.3390 Diptera from the south-western United States. Paper IV. Anthomyiidae. American Entomological Society, Transactions, 44(3)(September):263-319, Plate 17. [See p. 316, Hylemyia sp. from "Bright Angel, Arizona, rim of Grand Cañon".]
Malloch, Steven Phillip

1986 12.827 Water availability for the Central Arizona Project: A projection for 1985-2040. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 144 pp. [^12.828^ Abstract in Masters Abstracts International, 25(3):278.]

1986 12.828 Water availability for the Central Arizona Project: A projection for 1985-2040 [abstract of Master's thesis]. Masters Abstracts International, 25(3):278.
Mallory, W. W.

1999 2.7266 San Juan and Colorado River Rowboat Expedition, June 10-18, 1952. Confluence, 6(2)(Fall):18-26.
Mallory, William Wyman

1972 21.2018 (ed.-in-chief) Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, 331 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1972 21.2019 Continental setting of the region. In: Mallory, William Wyman (ed.-in-chief), Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. 32-34. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1972 21.2020 (compiler) Regional synthesis of the Pennsylvanian System. In: Mallory, William Wyman (ed.-in-chief), Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. 111-127. (Compiled from maps and manuscripts provided by George O. Bachman, William W. Mallory, Edwin K. Maughan, Edwin D. McKee, George E. Prichard, and Richard F. Wilson.) >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1972 24.126 (ed.-in-chief) Geologic atlas of the Rocky Mountain region. Denver: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, 331 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-4<

1975 21.2021 Middle and southern Rocky Mountains, northern Colorado Plateau, and eastern Great Basin region. In: Paleotectonic investigations of the Pennsylvanian System in the United States. Part 1, Introduction and regional analyses of the Pennsylvanian System. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 853-N, pp. 265-278. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Malm, Harry W. |New York Times|

1951 3.700 (April 29) National park jobs. Young students may find summer work with Park Service and concessionaires. By Harry W. Malm. (p. X 15)
Malm, William C.

1974 18.445 Air movement in the Grand Canyon. Plateau, 46:125-132. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1992 18.446 Monitoring of atmospheric pollutants in and near the Grand Canyon. In: Long-Term Monitoring Workshop for the Grand Canyon, October 5-6, Irvine, California. [National Research Council, Water Science and Technology Board], 9 pp. [separately paginated].

2000 18.1183 Spatial and seasonal patterns and temporal variability of haze and its constituents in the United States: Report III. Colorado State University, Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere.
Malm, William C., and Day, Derek E.

2001 18.971 Estimates of aerosol species scattering characteristics as a function of relative humidity. Atmospheric Environment, 35(16):2845-2860.
Malm, William C., and Gebhart, Kristi A.

1997 18.447 Source apportionment of sulfur and light extinction using receptor modeling techniques. Air and Waste Management Association, Journal, 47(3):250-268.
Malm, William C., and Johnson, Christopher E.

1984 18.448 Optical characteristics of fine and coarse particulates at Grand Canyon, Arizona. Atmospheric Environment, 18(6):1231-1237. >Mon. 8: 4-39<
Malm, William C., and Persha, Gerald

1991 18.1219 Considerations in a the accuracy of a long-path transmissometer. Aerosol Science and Technology, 14(4):459-471.
Malm, William C., and Pitchford, M. L.

1997 18.449 Comparison of calculated sulfate scattering efficiencies as estimated from size-resolved particle measurements at thee national locations. Atmospheric Environment, 31(9):1315-1325.
Malm, William C., and Walther, Eric G.

1980 18.1571 A review of instrument-measuring visibility-related variables. Las Vegas: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory, 293 pp. (EPA-600/4-80-016.) [Grand Canyon noted under "Photopic Visual Range", p. 111.]
Malm, William C.; Gebhart, Kristi; Latimer, Douglas; Cahill, Thomas; Eldred, Robert; Pielke, Roger; Stocker, Roger; and Watson, John

1989 18.1185 National Park Service report on the winter haze intensive tracer experiment; final report. [No imprint].
Malm, William C.; Molenar, J; Eldred, R.; and Sisler, J.

1996 18.1622 Examining the relationship among atmospheric aerosols and light scattering and extinction in the Grand Canyon area. Journal of Geophysical Research, 101(D14):19,251-19,265.
Malmberg, G. T.

1964 11.1523 Land subsidence in Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, 1935-63. Nevada Deparment of Conservation and Natural Resources, Water Resources-Information Series, Report 5. [Includes reference to Hoover Dam level net, and regional subsurface stratigraphy.]
Malmberg, J. Paul

1976 2.18066 Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park. In: Trafzer, Cliff, and George, Steve, Prison centennial, 1876-1976: A pictorial history of the Arizona Territorial Prison at Yuma. Yuma, Arizona: Rio Colorado Press, pp. 62-63.
Malmon, Daniel V.

2007 11.4428 Preliminary observations of geochemical properties of Colorado River and related sediments. 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., pp. 61-62.
Malmon, Daniel V., and Howard, Keith A.

2007 11.4427 Overview: the Chemehuevi Formation along the lower Colorado River. 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., pp. 57-60.
Malmon, Daniel V.; Felger, Tracey J.; and Howard, Keith A.

2008 11.1397 Geologic controls on floodplain lakes in the lower Colorado River [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], p. 67.

2010 11.1873 Geologic considerations for the placement and design of backwater restoration sites along the lower Colorado River. In: Melis, Theodore S., Hamill, John F., Coggins, Lewis G., Jr., Grams, Paul E., Kennedy, Theodore A., Kubly, Dennis M., and Ralston, Barbara E. (eds.), Proceedings of the Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium, November 18-20, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5135, pp. 307-315.
Malmon, Daniel V.; Howard, Keith A.; and Hillhouse, Jack

2010 11.2093 New observations of the Bouse Formation in Chemehuevi and Parker Valleys [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 1 p.

2011 11.2267 Observations of the Bouse Formation in Chemehuevi and Parker Valleys, California and Arizona. 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. 204-205.
Malmon, Daniel V.; Howard, Keith A.; and Priest, Susan S.

2009 11.1848 Geologic map of the Needles 7.5' quadrangle, California and Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Map 3062, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000; text, 31 pp.
Malmon, Daniel V.; Howard, Keith A.; House, P. Kyle; Lundstrom, Scott C.; Pearthree, Philip A.; Sarna-Wojcicki, Andrei M.; Wan, Elmira; and Wahl, David B.

2011 11.2826 Stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Upper Pleistocene Chemehuevi Formation along the lower Colorado River. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 1786, 95 pp.
Malmon, Daniel V.; Howard, Keith A.; Lundstrom, Scott C.; and Felger, T. J.

2006 21.6567 Response of the Colorado River to a late Pleistocene pulse of fine-grained sediment [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 87(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract H11B-1255.
Malmon, Daniel; Howard, Keith; House, P. Kyle; Lundstrom, Scott C.; and Pearthree, Philip A.

2009 21.4676 The Chemehuevi Formation--a geologic example of extraordinary sediment loading in the Colorado River during the Late Pleistocene. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 41(7):574.
Malmos, Keith; Reed, Robert; and Starrett, Bryan

1995 19.948 Hybridization between Bufo woodhousii and Bufo punctatus from the Grand Canyon region of Arizona. Great Basin Naturalist, 55(4):368-371.
Malmquist, Allen J.

1968 2.8138 Exploring the western Grand Canyon. Sierra Club Bulletin, 53(3):cover, 6-11.

1970 2.4288 Exploring the western Grand Canyon. In: Braun, Ernest, Grand Canyon of the living Colorado. San Francisco: Sierra Club, and New York: Ballantine Books, pp. 18-21. >Mon. 8: 1-67<
Malmqvist, Björn, and Rundle, Simon

2002 18.1669 Threats to the running water ecosystems of the world. Environmental Conservation, 29(2):134-153.
Malone, George W.

____ 12.829 Report of the Colorado River Commission of Nevada, 1927 to 1935. Colorado River Commission of Nevada, 179 pp. FQ1:66

1929 12.830 Colorado River development; the Colorado River investigations, water storage and power development, Grand Canyon to the Imperial Valley. U.S. 70th Congress, 2nd Session, Document 186, 231 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-16< Farquhar 98

1929 12.2400 The Boulder Canyon Project Act. Nevada State Bureau of Mines and Mackay School of Mines, Bulletin, 1(1)(November):7-8.
Malone, R. F.; Grenney, W. J.; and Bowles, D. S.

1981 12.832 Reliability of salinity predictions for the Colorado River. In: Jenkins, S. H., The environmental impact of man's use on water; I, Proceedings of a specialised conference of the IAWPR, Water Science and Technology, 13(6):223-232. [Meeting November 3-7, 1980, Brighton, United Kingdom.] >Mon. 8: 2-16<
Maloney, Alice B.

1940 2.4289 Peter Skene Odgen's trapping expedition to the Gulf of California, 1829-30. Southern California Quarterly, 19.
Maloney, Mack

1988 7.217 The circle war. New York: Zebra Books, Kensington Publishing Corp., 413 pp. (Wingman, no. 2.)
Maloney, Meghan L.

2008 12.3459 Rivers of discontent: Indicators of water conflict in interstate river basins of the American Southwest. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 270 pp.
Malotki, Ekkehart

1987 17.266 (with Michael Lomatuway'ma) Earth fire; a Hopi legend of the Sunset Crater eruption. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 193 pp. >Mon. 8: 6-8<

2003 17.653 Enculturating the landscape: the shrine of Salt Woman along the ancient Hopi salt trail to the Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Zapf, Harald, and Lösch, Klaus (eds.), Erlesenes Essen; Cultural encounters in the New World; Literatur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Beiträge zu kulturellen Begegnungen in der Neuen Welt. Tübingen: Günter Narr Verlag. (Mannheimer Beiträge zur Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Band 59.)

2007 16.932 The rock art of Arizona; art for life's sake. (Text and photography by Ekkehart Malotki, illustrations by Mary Jordan, contributions to text by Donald E. Weaver, Jr., foreword by Janet Napolitano.) Walnut, California: Kiva Publishing, 194 pp.

2011 17.1103 (collector, translator, ed.; Michael Lomatuway'ma, Lorena Lomatuway'ma, and Sidney Namingha, Jr., narrators) The Oraibi salt journey to the Grand Canyon; an ethnographic account. [Berlin]: VWB (Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung), 144 pp. (Am Zügel der Evolution, Volume 8, Wulf Schiefenhövel and Judith Schuler, series eds.)
Malotki, Ekkehart, and Lomatuway'ma, Michael

1984 17.267 Hopi coyote tales. Istutuwutsi. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 343 pp. (American Tribal Religions, Volume 9.) >Mon. 8: 6-13<
Malotki, Ekkehart, and Wallace, Henry D.

2011 16.923 Columbian mammoth petroglyphs from the San Juan River near Bluff, Utah, United States. Rock Art Research, 28(2):143-152. [See p. 144, reference to putative dinosaur and other portrayals in "Havasupai Canyon". Refers to the Doheney expedition.]

2012 16.988 Columbian mammoth petroglyphs from the San Juan River near Bluff, Utah, United States. In: Brame, Joe, Oravec, Christine, and Bowen, Nina (eds.), Papers presented at the Thirty-first Annual Symposium of the utah Rock Art Research Association (URARA), Price, utah, September 22-26, 2011. Utah Rock Art, 31:11-27. [See p. 12, reference to putative dinosaur and other portrayals in "Havasupai Canyon". Refers to the Doheney expedition.]
Malte-Brun, [Conrad]

1826 2.4290 Universal geography, or a description of all the parts of the world, on a new plan, according to the great natural divisions of the globe; accompanied with analytical, synoptical, and elementary tables. By M. Malte-Brun. Improved by the addition of the most recent information, derived from various sources. Volume V. Containing the description of America and adjacent islands. Likewise additional matter, not contained in the European edition, and corrections. Boston: Wells and Lilly, and New York: E. Bliss and E. White, 615 pp. (see p. 282).

1827 2.4291 Dictionnaire géographique portatif, contenant la description générale et particulière des cinq parties du monde connu. Première partie [A-L]. Paris: Chez Ponthieu et Comp., pp. 1-496, maps (see p. 157).

1827 2.19462 Universal geography, or a description of all the parts of the world, on a new plan, according to the great natural divisions of the globe; accompanied with analytical, snyoptical, and elementary tables. By M. Malte-Brun. Improved by the addition of the most recent information, derived from various sources. Vol. III. Containing the description of part of Africa, and of America, with additional matter, not in the European edition. Philadelphia: Anthony Finley, 439 pp. [Lower Colorado River region, see p. 293. "The countries that separate New mexico from the two Californias are only known through the pious exertions of some Missionaries. * * * The Rio Colorado appears to flow through a fertile country, a part of which is cultivated by industrious Indians."]

1828 2.17382 Mélanges scientifiques et littéraires de Malte-Brun, ou Choix de ses principaux articles sur la littérature, la géographie et l'histoire, recueillis et mis en order par M. J. Nachet. Tome Second. Paris: Aimé-André, 454 pp. [See "Tableaux de la Nature; par M. de Humboldt; traduits de l'allemand, par M. Eyrieys", pp. 125-144. Lower Colorado River region, see pp. 142-143.]

1832 2.17189 Nuevo diccionario geografico manual. Que contiene las descripcion de todos los paises de las cinco partes del mundo, coordinado con arreglo á la geografía universal de M. Malte-Brun, y en vista de los diccionarios mas modernos que se han publicado hasta el dia. Tomo I [A-K]. Madrid: Perez. [See "Colorado", p. 295, and "Gila (Rio)", p. 489.]

1862 2.17202 Le Mexique illustré; histoire et géographie; par Malte-Brun; illustrations par Gustave Dore; récit des événements militaires; qui s'y sont passés jusqu'à ce jour; comprenant en outre l'histoire et la géographie illustrées des États-Unis. Cinq cartes géographiques coloriees dressées par A.-H. Dufour. Paris: Chez Azur-Dutil, 72 pp. [See "Fleuves et Rivières du Versant de l'Océan Pacifique", p. 5; and "État de Californie", pp. 36-39.]
Malte-Brun, V. A.

1858 2.13373 Société de Géographie de Paris. In: Sociétés Savantes [section]. Nouvelles Annales des Voyages, de la Géographie, de l'Histoire et de l'Archéologie, 3:121-124. [See p. 124, notice of lower Colorado River and use of camels in the Southwest.]

1864 2.19393 La Sonora et ses mines. Esquisse géographique. Paris: Arthus Bertrand, 31 pp. ("Extrait des Nouvelles Annales des Voyages de mai 1863.")
Maluf, Linda Yvonne

1983 11.3397 Physical oceanography. In: Case, Ted J., and Cody, Mary L. (eds.) Island biogeography in the Sea of Cortéz. Berkeley and London: University of California Press, pp. 26-45.
Malusa, James

1992 19.949 Phylogeny and biogeography of the pinyon pines (Pinus subsect. Cembroides). Systematic Botany, 17(1):42-66. >Mon. 8: 4-39<
Malusa, Jim

2003 13.2063 In reference to "Grand Canyon Wilderness With Motors--Not a Copntradiction, a Necessity," by T. Destry Jarvis in BQR vol. 16:1. In: Dear Eddy [letters section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(2)(Summer):4.
Mamay, Sergius H.

1976 21.2022 Paleozoic origin of the cycads. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 934, 48 pp. (see pp. 28-29). >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Mamay, Sergius H., and Breed, William J.

1970 21.2023 Early Permian plants from the Cutler Formation in Monument Valley, Utah. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 700-B, pp. B109-B117. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Mamay, Sergius H., and Watt, A. D.

1971 21.2024 An ovuliferous callipteroid plant from the Hermit Shale (Lower Permian) of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 750-C, pp. C48-C51. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Mamet, B. L., and Skipp, Betty A.

1970 21.2025 Lower Carboniferous calcareous foramirifera [sic]: Preliminary zonation and stratigraphic implications for the Mississippian of North America. Sixième Congrès International de Stratigraphie et de Géologie du Carbonifère. Sheffield 11th to 16th September 1967. Compte Rendu, 3:1129-1146. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1970 21.2026 Preliminary foraminiferal correlations of early Carboniferous strata in the North American Cordillera. In: Streel, M., and Wagner, R. H. (eds.), Colloque sur la stratigraphie du Carbonifere. Université de Liège, pp. 327-348. (Les Congres et Colloques de l'Universite de Liege, Volume 55.) >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Man, John; Schüler, Chris; Roy, Geoffrey; and Rodgers, Nigel

1998 2.4292 The traveler's atlas; a global guide to the places you must see in a lifetime. Hauppauge, New York: Barron's, 224 pp. (see pp. 18-21). [Dustjacket subtitle ends ". . . your lifetime".]
Manakaja, and Sinyella

2010 17.1211 The stories. In: Tikalsky, Frank D., Euler, Catherine C., and Nagel, John (eds.), The sacred oral tradition of the Havasupai; as retold by elders and headmen Manakaja and Sinyella, 1918-1921. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, pp. 69-286.
Manakaja, Roland, and Manakaja, Jeff

2006 27.230 Havasupai. Oyate Online/Many Kitesw Press, CD. [Traditional Havasupai songs.] [Also available for donload online.]
Mancall, Peter C.

1996 2.4293 (ed.) Land of rivers; America in word and image (foreword by Edward Hoagland). Ithaca (New York) and London: Cornell University Press, 208 pp.
Manceau, A.; Ildefonse, Ph.; Hazemann, J.-L.; Flank, A-M.; and Gallup, D.

1995 11.2493 Crystal chemistry of hydrous iron silicate scale deposits at the Salton Sea geothermal field. Clays and Clay Minerals, 43(3):304-317.
Mandell, Daniel R., and Usner, Daniel H., Jr.

2009 17.1028 "Lo, the poor Indian": Native Americans, reality and imagery. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 202 pp. [Havasupai noted.]
Manejo Compartido por Cuotas en el Golfo de California

no date 11.6980 María Curvina; biología, manejo pesquero y procesos de producción; todo lo que necesitas saber para una pesca responsable y sustentable. [No place]: Meanejo Compartido por Cuotas en el Golfo de California, [12] pp. [including wraps].
Maness, Michael G.

2004 33.352 Heart of the living God: Love, free will, foreknowledge, and heaven; a theology on the treasure of love; a grasshopper challenges classical theism. Bloomington, Indiana: Author House, 707 pp. [Cover, and vignettes and metaphorical theme throughout.]
Manevitz, Les David

1995 28.166 "Rock Mountain maples flaunt their fall hues along the Transept Trail on the Rim of the Grand Canyon". Arizona Highways, 71(9):inside front cover.

2006 28.540 [South Rim view.] In: Ode to joy [feature]. Arizona Highways, 82(12):28-29.
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