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Benson, Lyman

1969 19.248 The cacti of Arizona (drawings by Lucretia Breazeale Hamilth). Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 3rd ed., 218 pp. Guidon 53
Benson, Lyman, and Darrow, Robert A.

1944 19.249 A manual of southwestern desert trees and shrubs. University of Arizona, Bulletin, 15(2) (Biological Science Bulletin, 6), 411 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-11< FQ11B:22 FQ12:36 Guidon 52
Benson, Melinda Harm

2010 12.2676 Legislative reallocation: How compliance with federal legislative initiatives can redistribute water resources. In: Matthews, Olen Paul (ed.), Reallocating water under prior appropriation. Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, (144):.

2012 19.3743 Intelligent tinkering: the Endangered Species Act and resilience. Ecology and Society, 17(4):28, 8 pp.
Benson, Reed

1995 13.440 Change at the top is just a beginning. High Country News, (May 29):13. [Letter to the Editor.]
Benson, Reed D.

2011 12.3315 New adventures of the old bureau: Modern-day reclamation statutes and Congress's unfinished environmental business. Harvard Journal on Legislation, 48:137-184.
Benson, Robert R.

1923 2.19521 The desert mountains of the borderland. Santa Fe Magazine, 17(8)(July):51-53. [Salton Sea region.]
Benson, Seth B.

1934 19.250 The black-throated green warbler in Arizona. Condor, 34:42. >Mon. 8: 4-32<

1934 19.2180 Description of a race of Dipodomys merriami from Arizona. Biological Society of Washington, Proceedings, 47:181-184.

1935 19.3011 Geographic variation in Neotoma lepida in Arizona. University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers, no. 317, 9 pp.

1943 11.903 Occurrence of upper canines in mountain sheep, Ovis canadensis. American Midland Naturalist, 30(3)(November):786-789.
Benson, Stella

1928 2.9415 The little world. London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 317 pp. (see "The States Again--IV", pp. 164-169).
Benti, Wynne

1998 2.1426 Introduction. In: Butchart, Harvey, Grand Canyon treks; 12,000 miles through the Grand Canyon (edited and designed by Wynne Benti). Bishop, California: Spotted Dog Press, pp. 14-27.
Bentley, C. B.

1979 11.92 Geohydrologic reconnaissance of Lake Mead National Recreation Area--Hoover Dam to Mt. Davis, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 79-690, 38 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-6<

1979 11.93 Geohydrologic reconnaissance of Lake Mead National Recreation Area--Mt. Davis to Davis Dam, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 79-691, 29 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-6<

1979 11.94 Geohydrologic reconnaissance of Lake Mead National Recreation Area--Opal Mountain to Davis Dam, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 79-692, 36 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Bentley, Walter G.

1899 2.14006 [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. 105.
Benton, G. M.

2008 16.545 Visitor meaning-making at Grand Canyon's Tusayan Museum and Ruin. Curator, 51(3):295-310.
Benton, Julia

1996 14.488 Social studies: John Wesley Powell vs. the mighty Colorado. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 12(5)(January):16-23.
Bentz, Donald N.

1976 2.1427 John Hance of Grand Canyon; this burro man was boss of the "biggest ditch in the world". Old West, 13(1)(Fall):cover, 2, 10-12, 45-46. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Benyaurd, W. H. H.

1889 2.17594 Preliminary examination of the Colorado River between Camp Mojave and the point where the boundary line between Nevada and Utah Territory intersects said river, including the river between Camp Mojave and El Dorado Cañon, Arizona. In: Annual report of the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, to the Secretary of War, for the year 1889. Part IV. U.S. 51st Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 1, Part 2, Volume II, Appendix QQ10, pp. 2481-2482. [U.S.Army, Chief of Engineers, Annual Report.]
Benyshek, Daniel Charles

2001 17.501 The political ecology of diabetes among the Havasupai Indians of northern Arizona [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62(2A):649.

2001 17.500 The political ecology of diabetes among the Havasupai Indians of northern Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, Arizona State University, 182 pp. [17.501 Abstract also in Dissertation Abstracts International, 62(2A):649.]

2003 17.969 The nutritional history of the Havasupai Indians of northern Arizona: Dietary change and inadequacy in the reservation era and possible implications for current health. Nutritional Anthropology, 26:1-10.

2005 17.970 Two case-study challenges to the thrifty genotype hypothesis: An argument for expanding our etiological models of diabetes-prone populations [abstract]. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 40(Supplement):73. [Includes Havasupai.]

2010 17.1328 Use of dried blood spots: An ideal tool for medical anthropology "in the field". Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, 4(2)(March):255-257. [Includes Havasupai.]
Benz, Harley M.; Dart, Richard L.; Villaseñor; Hayes, Gavin P.; Tarr, Arthur C.; Furlong, Kevin P.; and Rhea, Susan

2010 11.2657 Seismicity of the earth, 1900-2010; Mexico and vicinity. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 1083-F, 1 sheet, scale 1:8,000,000.

2011 11.2658 Seismicity of the earth, 1900-2010; Mexico and vicinity. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 1083-F, revised September 2011, 1 sheet, scale 1:8,000,000.
Benzinger Brothers [firm]

1920 6.567 Benzinger's elementary geography for Catholic schools. New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: Benzinger Brothers, new, revised ed., 136 pp. (see pp. 70, 71).
Bequaert, J.

1929 19.4502 A new Pseudomasaris from California, with some considerations on the masarid wasps (Hymenoptera). Psyche, 36(2)(June):61-88. [Under "Additional Records of Pseudomasaris", see p. 71, "P. vespoides (Cresson).-Arizona: Grand Canyon. 1 [male] (G. P. Engelhardt)." (entire note)]
Bequaert, Joseph C., and Miller, Walter B.

1973 19.251 The mollusks of the arid Southwest; with an Arizona check list. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 271 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-11<
Berardi, Joe

2012 2.18044 Arizona favorites; natural and historical landmarks. [No place]: CreateSpace Indpendent Publishing Platform, 60 pp. [An on-demand publication.]

2013 2.18045 Photographing northern Arizona; natural wonders and ancient ruins. [No place]: CreateSpace Indpendent Publishing Platform, 186 pp. [An on-demand publication.]

2013 2.18264 Lake Havasu Balloon Festival favorites. [No place]: CreateSpace Indpendent Publishing Platform, 60 pp. [An on-demand publication.]
Berardo, Marcellino

1992 17.711 Syllable boundary demarcation in Hualapai and Havasupai. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics (Studies in Native American Languages VII), 17(2):59-76.
Beratan, Kathi K.

1993 11.5234 Tertiary stratigraphy of the southern Whipple Mountains, southeastern Calif. In: Sherrod, David R., and Nielson, Jane E. (eds.), Tertiary stratigraphy of highly extended terranes, California, Arizona, and Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 2053, pp. 151-157.

1996 21.212 (ed.) Reconstructing the history of Basin and Range extension using sedimentology and stratigraphy. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 303, 212 pp.

1996 11.95 (ed.) Reconstructing the history of Basin and Range extension using sedimentology and stratigraphy. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 303, 212 pp.

1998 11.96 Structural control of rock-avalanche deposition in the Colorado River extensional corridor, southeastern California-western Arizona. In: Faulds, James E., and Stewart, John H. (eds.), Accommodation zones and transfer zones: The regional segmentation of the Basin and Range province. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 323, pp. 115-125.
Beratan, Kathi K., and Nielson, Jane E.

1991 11.97 Test of "hinge" models with synextensional deposits, Whipple detachment system, California and Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 23(5):A131. >Mon. 8: 2-25<

1991 11.98 The Colorado River extensional corridor; an analog for the early stages of passive margin formation [abstract]. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 75(2):356. >Mon. 8: 2-25<

1996 11.99 Tests of detachment fault models using Miocene syntectonic strata, Colorado River Extensional Corridor, southeastern California and west-central Arizona. In: Beratan, Kathi K. (ed.), Reconstructing the history of Basin and Range extension using sedimentology and stratigraphy. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 303, pp. 171-182.
Beratan, Kathi K.; Blom, R. G.; Nielson, J. E.; and Crippen, Robert E.

1990 11.100 Use of Landsat thematic mapper images in regional correlation of syntectonic strata, Colorado River extensional corridor, California and Arizona. In: Special section on California-Arizona Crustal Transect; Part 1. Journal of Geophysical Research, B, Solid Earth and Planets, 95(1):615-624. >Mon. 8: 2-25<
Berberek, Joy

2010 2.20535 Retirement is a hoot! In: Retiree News [section]. Alamo Gram (American Society of Military Comptrollers, Alamo City Chapter, Alamo City, Texas), 33(1)(July):6-7. [Brief item includes Grand Canyon Skywalk and Hoover Dam.]
Bercaw, Louise O., and Hannay, Annie M.

1938 1.279 (compilers) Bibliography on land utilization, 1918-36. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Publication 284, 1,508 pp. (Compiled "under the direction of Mary G. Lacy, Librarian, and in cooperation with the Land Utilization Division, Resettlement Administration".) [Arranged geographically.]
Bercaw, Louise O.; Hannay, Annie M.; and Colvin, Esther M.

1934 1.280 (compilers) Bibliography on land settlement; with particular reference to small holdings and subsistence homesteads. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Publication 172, 492 pp. [Arranged geographically.]
Berdeja Galeana, Sergio

1948 12.500 El tratado de aguas internacionales celebrado entre México y los Estados Unidos el 3 de Febrero de 1944 y convención de 21 de Mayo de 1906. Tesis que para optar en grado de licenciado en derecho, Universidad Nacional de México, D.F.
Berdrow, Wilhelm

1895 21.5848 Die Nivellierung des Erdreliefs. Ein Beitrag zur Vorstellung vom Ende der Erde. Westermanns Illustrierte Deutsche Montatshefte, 78:693-702. [Colorado Plateau province, p. 697, in passing.]
Bereit, Rebekah

2002 6.382 A-maze-ing Arizona (designed by Rudy Ramos). Flagstaff, Arizona: Rising Moon, 53 pp.
Berezenko, Nick

1998 2.1428 The magic waters of Lake Mead. Arizona Highways, 74(7):14-25.
Berg, Aimee, and Petit, Philippe

2009 2.11800 Balancing act. Outside, (January):27. [Berg telephone interview with French aerialist Petit, including failed plan to "walk over the Grand Canyon".]
Berg, Avis; Hansen, Don; Roach, Patricia; Swanson, Mark; and Wilson, Elizabeth

1989 18.157 Human impact study on the beaches of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. In: Colorado River Investigations VIII; July-August, 1989 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, Lawrence E. Stevens, and Frank B. Lojko). Report submitted to Jack Davis, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 2-34.
Berg, Dan

2012 2.20128 2012 Grand Canyon Railwy excursion; October 10, 11, 12, 13, 2012. (Photo contributors: Carol Balesteri, Dan Berg, Ross Kallenberger, Don Lee.) Lineup (Motorcar Operators West, Inc., Folsom, California), 20(3)(Winter):22-27. [Twenty-nine motorcars and 60 operators and guests ride from Williams to Grand Canyon on Grand Canyon Railway tracks.]
Berg, Eric N. |New York Times|

1985 3.926 (June 9) United Parcel extends its reach. As package deliveries lag, it has entered next-day letter service. The competition is fierce. By Eric N. Berg. (p. F1) [Includes notice of Havasupai Indian Reservation.]
Berg, Erik

2006 2.10880 A brief history of Yavapai Observation Station. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 12(2)(Summer):6-7.

2007 2.11039 Lindy's luck; Charles Lindbergh played a little-known role in southwestern archaeology. Arizona Highways, 83(1):16-21.

2007 2.12207 "The best trip I've ever been on"; the 1937 Carnegie-Caltech Colorado River expedition. Journal of Arizona History, 48(4)(Winter):375-402.

2008 30.538 "Riverman: The Story of Bus Hatch" by Roy Webb, Fretwater Press. In: Book Reviews. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(3)(Fall):21-22.

2008 21.4357 Rock hounds and river rats: The 1937 Carnegie-Caltech Colorado River Expedition. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 59-66. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)

2009 2.12077 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 20(1)(Spring):2.

2009 2.12443 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 20(3)(Fall):2.

2010 2.13352 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 21(2)(Spring):2.

2010 2.14564 GCHS annual picnic. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 14(5)(September):2. [Report.]

2010 2.14671 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 21(4)(Fall):2.

2010 2.14337 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 21(3)(Summer):2.

2011 2.15105 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer, 22(1)(Winter):2.

2011 2.16035 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 22(4)(Fall):2.

2011 2.15516 President’s letter. The Ol’ Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 22(3)(Summer):2.

2011 2.15216 President's letter. Calling all Grand Canyon historians!! The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 22(2)(Spring):2. [Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2012.]

2012 2.17074 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 23(2)(Spring):2.

2012 2.17483 Annual picnic. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 16(4)(July):2. [Author's name misspelled "Eric".]

2012 2.17418 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 23(3)(Summer):2.

2012 2.16743 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 23(1)(Winter):2.

2012 2.17905 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 23(4)(Fall):2.

2013 2.19716 "Follow the trail over ledge and shale": The Grand Canyon poems and photographs of Mai Richie Reed. In: Quartaroli, Richard D. (compiler, ed.), A rendezvous of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the Third Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2012. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Historical Society, pp. 229-236.

2014 2.20973 GCHS stages a tour to tour a stage (line)--a report of our May outing. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(3)(May/June):2-3. [Grand Canyon Stage Line.]
Berg, H.

1907 11.3518 Tovote, W.--"Mojave-County 'Arizona'." Österr. Z. f. B. u. H., 55, 1907, No. 1, S.9-10, mit 1 Orientierungsskizze. Geologisches Centralblatt, 9:254. [Abstract.]
Berg, Hilary

1997 2.8998 History of the horse; a literature approach to equine history. Intended for primary or intermediate grade levels. [No place:] Beautiful Feet Books, 26 pp. [Source material includes Marguarite Henry's Brighty of the Grand Canyon.]
Berga Casafont, Luis

1990 12.2084 Las grandes presas del río Colorado. Revista de Obras Públicas (Madrid), 137(3289)(March):31-44. [Large dams of the Colorado River.]
Bergamini, Rex R.; Calvo, Chris M.; Nowak, Erika M.; and Chambers, Carol L.

2014 19.4494 Rare herpetofauna and small-mammal species of Kaibab National Forest, northern Arizona: Final report (FS Agreement No. 12-CS-11030700-025). Flagstaff, Arizona: Northern Arizona University, for [U.S. Forest Service], Kaibab National Forest, 76 pp.
Berge, Dale L.

1968 11.4185 Historical archaeology in the American Southwest. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 406 pp.

1968 16.868 Historical archaeology in the American Southwest. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 406 pp.
Bergemann, Mark

1998 2.12294 Hymn and Bible study: Praise the name above all names. Praise Today (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), 4(2)(Fall):1-3 (see p. 3).
Bergen, Candice

1972 2.18424 "I thought they might hiss". Life, 72(15)(April 21):90. [A postscript to "Love Feast for Charlie" by Richard Meryman, photographed by Candice Bergen, pp. 86-89. Charlie Chaplin fete in New York. Bergen's item includes note of Chaplin, during flight to Los Angeles to the Academy Awards, crossing to the opposite side of the airplane to view the Grand Canyon: "His face lit up. 'Oh yes, this is the place where Doug Fairbanks did a handstand on the precipice. He told me about it.'" (entire note) Refer also in this bibliography to Douglas Fairbanks.]
Berger, Arthur Asa

2012 2.17132 Understanding American icons; an introduction to semiotics. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, 184 pp. [See Chapter 8, “The Grand Canyon”, pp. 59-63; Chapter 22, “The Hoover Dam”, pp. 129-132.]
Berger, Bruce

1982 8.521 Leafing through Eliot Porter. In: Thorum, Reho R. (ed.), Canyon voices; a selection of poetry about the Grand Canyon. Fredonia, Arizona: Reho R. Thorum, p. 12. [First published in Stoney Lonesome.]

1982 8.536 One cottonwood. In: Thorum, Reho R. (ed.), Canyon voices; a selection of poetry about the Grand Canyon. Fredonia, Arizona: Reho R. Thorum, p. 28. [First published in The New Salt Creek Reader.]

1994 2.1429 There was a river. Tucson and London: University of Arizona Press, 198 pp. FQ9:56 FQ10:35A, 35B FQ11:41A, 41B FQ11B:23A, 23B FQ12:37A, 37B FQ13:50A, 50B FQ13A:25A, 25B FQ15:42A, 42B FQ17:52A, 52B
Berger, Edward F.

2009 2.18708 Crow Canyon; pioneering education and archaeology on the southwestern Colorado frontier; the story of the founding of the Crow Canyon School and Archaeological Research Center. Bloomington, Indiana: AuthorHouse, 2nd ed., 427 [429] pp. [See Chapter 11, "Self-Directed Learning", pp. 142-148, including Grand Canyon.]
Berger, J.

1977 19.252 Sympatric and allopatric relationships among desert bighorn sheep and feral equids in Grand Canyon. Southwestern Naturalist, 22:411-420. >Mon. 8: 4-11<

1977 19.253 Organizational systems and dominance in feral horses in the Grand Canyon. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 2(2):131-146.
Berger, Karen, and Sieve, Jerry

1997 2.1430 Envy the cactus. Backpacker, 25(4)(May):42-48 + fold-out. [Arizona Trail.]
Berger, Meyer

1937 19.254 Hunting the secrets of the awesome Colorado Canyon. A scientific expedition will climb to "islands in the sky" to read a lost book of nature. New York Times Magazine, (September 19):14-15, 20. [Shiva Temple.]
Berger, Meyer |New York Times|

1937 3.110 (September 19) Hunting the secrets of the awesome Colorado Canyon. A scientific expedition will climb to "islands in the sky" to read a lost book of nature. By Meyer Berger. (Section 8, New York Times Magazine, pp. 14-15, 20.) [Shiva Temple.] >Mon. 8: 11-7<

1937 3.647 (May 23) The log of a rolling motorist. By Meyer Berger. (p. 176)

1937 3.648 (May 30) The log of a rolling motorist. By Meyer Berger. (p. 132)

1937 3.1316 (June 6) Boulder Dam now a play area. It is rapidly becoming a popular vacation restort, and near by are some of the world's greatest spectacles of nature. By Meyer Berger. (p. 193)
Berger, Todd

2010 2.13274 Editor's note. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association members newsletter), 16(1)(Spring):2.

2010 2.15028 Start the presses: Canyon Views back in print! Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association members newsletter), 16(4)(Winter):3. [Hardcopy issues for all members.]
Berger, Todd R.

2003 2.9566 A canyon-sized work of art. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Assocation Member Newsletter), 9(3)(Fall):3. [Bruce Aiken's "Shoshone Point".]

2003 2.9567 "There's always more that you can do". Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Assocation Member Newsletter), 9(3)(Fall):6. [Gary Ladd.]

2004 2.9872 There at the beginning: Founding GCA board member Emery Kolb. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(1)(Spring):5.

2004 2.10034 Visions of Inner Canyon vistas. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(2)(Summer):5, 7.

2004 2.10192 Not the kind of music you'd expect when you're deep in the forest. Arizona Highways, 81(1):41.

2004 2.10120 Busy bodies. Got Writing Down the River? Got Magic Cube? Got Grand Canyon Women? Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(3)(Fall):6.

2005 2.10479 A Gathering of Grand Canyon Historians. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 9(11):3-4.

2005 16.491 A fragment of the truth. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 11(1)(Spring):3. [Discovery of Clovis point.]

2005 15.347 PSAR program helps hikers enjoy the canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 11(1)(Spring):4. [Preventative Search and Rescue.]

2005 2.10864 The painted canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 11(3)(Fall):6, 10. [Thomas Moran.]

2005 2.10865 The writer. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 11(3)(Fall):9. [Solicitation for articles.]

2005 2.10849 GCA publishing covers the Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 11(2)(Summer):3-4.

2006 2.10868 Great digs. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 12(1)(Spring):3. [Grand Canyon Association warehouse.]

2006 15.382 The 1956 airliner disaster at Grand Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 12(2)(Summer):1-3.

2006 2.10889 The spirit of the Canyon. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(4):1. [Charly Heavenrich.]

2006 15.383 The worst commercial airplane accident the world had ever seen. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(6):1, 3.

2006 2.10897 Love a lover of Grand Canyon history? The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(6):2. [Grand Canyon History Symposium.]

2006 2.10921 The painted canyon. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society Quarterly Magazine), 17(2)(April-June):9-10. [Thomas Moran. Reprinted from Berger (2005), Canyon Views.]

2006 2.10995 2006 Board Meeting minutes. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(12):2-3.

2006 2.10599 The grand old man of the Colorado. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(3):1, 3. [Bert Loper; summary of talk by Brad Dimock.]

2006 18.1149 Really Warm fire. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 12(3)(Fall):6-7. [Warm Wildland Fire, Kaibab Plateau, 2006.]

2007 2.11503 A note about the 2007 edition. In: Kolb, Ellsworth L., Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, p. [i].

2007 2.11184 It happened at Grand Canyon. Guilford, Connecticut, and Helena, Montana: TwoDot (Globe Pequot Press), 194 pp. (It Happened In series.)

2007 2.11156 The history of the Grand Canyon Association [abstract]. In: 2007 History Symposium. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(1)(January/March):9.

2007 2.11271 Science and education, birdseed and power tools: The history of the Grand Canyon Association, Part II. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association member newsletter), 13(2)(Summer):12-17.

2007 2.11111 Science and education, birdseed and power tools: The history of the Grand Canyon Association. Part 1: The early years. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 13(1)(Spring):9-13.

2007 2.11108 Looking up. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 13(1)(Spring):6-7. [Pam Frazier retirement.]

2008 2.11657 The history of the Grand Canyon Association. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 101-111. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)

2008 2.11649 (ed.) Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, 224 pp. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)

2008 2.11650 Introduction. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 1-3. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)

2008 2.11911 Coming home. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association member newsletter), 14(3)(Fall):1-2. [Susan Schroeder, GCA Executive Director.]

2008 2.11916 Chubs on the rim. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association member newsletter), 14(3)(Fall):6. [Art exhibit by Julie Ogier; humpback chubs.]

2009 2.12541 (ed.) Grand Canyon celebration of art; 2009 modern masters. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, 42 pp.

2009 2.12542 Introduction. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Grand Canyon celebration of art; 2009 modern masters. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. vi-1.

2010 9.848 What's permitted? A look at the park's backcountry hiking permit system. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association members newsletter), 16(3)(Fall):5.

2010 2.19385 (ed.) 2010 Grand Canyon celebration of art. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, 34 pp.

2011 2.19388 (ed.) 2011 Grand Canyon celebration of art. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association.

2011 2.15355 e-GCA; GCA books go digital. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 18(2)(Summer):5. [N.B.: Volume is misnumbered; should have been 17(2).]

2012 2.19389 (ed.) 2012 Grand Canyon celebration of art. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, 30 pp.
Berger, Todd R., and Cassidy, Diane

2006 2.10994 Seeking summits below the rim: Mathieu Brown's oral history project. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(12):1, 3, 4.

2006 2.10904 Sun shines on the Historical Society. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 10(7):1, 3-4. [June meeting.]
Berger, Todd R., and Deuschle, Carolyn

2011 2.16797 (compilers) Grand Canyon reflections. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, 44 pp.
Berger, Todd R.; Lee, Tanya H.; and Quinn, Kerri

2004 9.629 Insiders' Guide to Grand Canyon and northern Arizona. Guilford, Connecticut: Insiders' Guide (Globe Pequot Press), 2nd ed., 299 pp. [For first ed. see Lee and Quinn (2001).]
Berger, William M.

1883 2.14269 Berger's tourists' guide of New Mexico, including descriptions of towns, pueblos, churches, pictures, statues, ruins and antiquities; together with mountains, cañons, springs, and other places of interest. Kansas City, Missouri: Ramsey, Millett and Hudson, 39 pp. + advertisements. [Cover title: Berger's tourist guide of New Mexico. Published by Wm. M. Berger, Santa Fe N.M.] [See illustration, "Grand Canyon of the Colorado, on line of A. & P. R. R." [from J. W. Powell] and advertisement, "Land Grant of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Co.", following p. 31]; "The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad", pp. 33-34. Within the scope of this bibliography, these items are generally descriptive in nature, not specifically travel information.]
Bergera, Gary James

1999 2.1431 "The murderous pain of living": Thoughts on the death of Everett Ruess. Utah Historical Quarterly, 67(1)(Winter):48-67.
Berggren, Elizabeth

1960 2.1432 Seven miles down to summer (paintings by Leese Mather). Ford Times (Ford Motor Co.), 52(1)(January):22-25, inside back cover. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Berghaus, Heinrich

1850 2.16654 Allgemeiner hydrographischer Atlas; eine sammlung von sechszehn karten . . . . Gotha: Justus Perthes, 18 pp., 16 plates. (Dr. Heinrich Berghaus' physikalischer Atlas; oder Sammlung von Karten . . . . Zweite Abtheilung: Hydrologie und Hydrographie; 2nd improved and enlarged ed.) [Wrap: Berhaus' physikalischer Hand-Atlas. II. Abtheilung: Hydrologie und Hydrographie.] [See text p. 7, Colorado River, in passing. Also see maps that depict the Colorado River region (at global scales): No. 4, "Karte von Grossen Ocean, (Mare Pacifico), and N. 8 [left], "Nord Amerika".]
Bergland, E.

1876 12.2465 Appendix B. Preliminary report upon the operations of Party No. 3, California Section, season of 1875-’76, with a view to determine the feasibility of diverting the Colorado River for purposes of irrigation. From: Appendix JJ. Annual report of Lieutenant George M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876. Geographical Surveys West of the One Hundredth Meridian, in California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, and Montana. In: Report of the Secretary of War; being part of the message and documents communicated to the two houses of Congress at the beginning of the Second session of the Forty-fourth Congress. Volume II. Part III. Appendices to the Report of the Chief of Engineers. (Continued.) U.S. 44th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 1, Part 2, Vol. II, pp. 329-345. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Bergman, B. J.

1998 2.1433 Wild at heart. Sierra, 83(1)(January/February):24-29, 114-116. [Dave Foreman.]
Bergman, Charles

2002 2.11275 Red delta; fighting for life at the end of the Colorado River. Golden, Colorado: Fulcrum Publishing, 312 pp.

2002 11.1259 Red delta; fighting for life at the end of the Colorado River. Golden, Colorado: Fulcrum Publishing, 312 pp.
Bergman, Darlene

2002 2.18700 [Comment.] Continuum (LLLI Alumnae Association, La Leche League International, Schaumburg, Illinois), 15(5):7. [Regarding group hike into Havasu Canyon.]
Bergman, Harry H.

1945 11.5558 Fish, antelope or mermaids? In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 8(10)(August):17. [Comment on the anonymous publication notice in July issue (see Item no. 30.958), pertaining to "fish traps" of the ancient shoreline of Lake Cahuilla. See also the letter from Adan E. Treganza in response, in November issue (Item no. 11.5559).]
Bergman, Sam |New York Times|

1955 3.715 (February 23) The Grand Canyon. By Sam Bergman. (p. 26) [Poem.]
Bergman, Steven H.

1995 18.1036 To see or not to see: the viability of visibility at the Grand Canyon. UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 13(1)(1994/1995):127-165.
Bergsland, David

2013 2.18257 The training place of mankind; God's creation explained for normal folk. Mankato, Minnesota: Radiqx Press, 104 p. [An on-demand publication.] [See p. 1, and "The Grand Canyon", p. 68. Superficial.]
Bergsman, Steve

1989 2.1434 Tusayan thrives on Canyon traffic. Hotel and Motel Management, 204 (September 25):2+. >Mon. 8: 12-21<

1989 13.441 Sierra Club lawsuit stalls Canyon work. Hotel and Motel Management, 204 (September 25):2+. [North Rim.] >Mon. 8: 7-14<
Bergstresser, C. M. (Mr. and Mrs.)

1899 2.14059 [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. 125.
Bergstrom, Matt

1989 2.9518 Grand Canyon. Explorer Rag (Explorers Club and Wurlington Brothers Publications), (April).
Bergstrom, R. W.; Seigneur, C.; Babson, B. L.; Holman, H.-Y.; and Wojcik, M. A.

1981 18.1115 Comparison of the observed and predicted visual effects caused by power plant plumes. In: Symposium on Plumes and Visibility: Measurements and Model Components, Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz., USA, Nov. 10-14, 1980. Amtospheric Environment, 15(10-11):2135-2150.
Berk, Erik

2007 2.11153 Rock hounds and river rats: The 1937 Carnegie-CalTech Colorado River expedition [abstract]. In: 2007 History Symposium. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(1)(January/March):7.

2010 2.12580 President's letter. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 21(1)(Winter):2.
Berke, Arnold

1997 2.1435 Drawing from the desert. Preservation, (July/August). [Mary Jane Colter.]

2002 2.8907 Mary Colter; architect of the Southwest (color photographs by Alexander Vertikoff). New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 320 pp.

2011 2.16273 Seeking information on Curly Ennis--Mary Colter's Fred Harvey driver. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 15(6)(November):2.
Berke, Larry

1990 5.93 Grand Canyon sunset. In: Tales from the green books. Burtonsville, Maryland: Sign Media, video in VHS and DVD formats. (In ASL Green Books, units 1-27.) [Video recording of American Sign Language.]
Berke, Martin C.

1994 9.448 Motorcycle journeys through the Southwest. North Conway, New Hampshire: Whitehorse Press, 432 pp.
Berkey, C. P.

1932 11.103 Critical geologic features of the Hoover Dam site [abstract]. Science, new series, 75:545-546. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Berkey, C. P., and Nickell, F. A.

1939 11.2228 Report on seismic activity at Boulder Dam. Denver: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 61 pp.
Berkey, Charles P.

1933 12.3044 Recent development of geology as an applied science. American Philosophical Society, Proceedings, 72(1)(January):25-37. [See "Major Public Works", pp. 36-37, including Boulder Dam (Hoover Dam).]

1945 12.2543 [Discussion of "Future of Lake Mead and Elephant Butte Reservoir" by J. C. Stevens.] American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 71:1295-1297.
Berkley, James

2009 13.2543 Stakeholder-relevant progress evaluation in adaptive management: Glen Canyon Dam and the Colorado River ecosystem. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Colorado-Denver, 257 pp.
Berkman, Pamela

1988 2.1436 (ed.) The history of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. Bonanza Books; produced by Bison Books Corp., Greenwich, Connecticut, 128 pp. (see pp. 38-39, 48, 49, 74). >Mon. 8: 1-12<
Berkman, Richard L., and Viscusi, W. Kip

1973 12.501 Damming the West: Ralph Nader's study group report on the Bureau of Reclamation. New York: Grossman Publishers, 272 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-6< FQ8:30
Berkowitz, A.

1963 28.51 Grand Canyon dons its winter finery. Arizona Days and Ways, (January 6):28-31. >Mon. 8: 12-11<
Berkowitz, Alan

no date 9.48 North Kaibab; Grand Canyon trail guide. Grand Canyon Natural History Association. [Ca. 1987. Cover variant; same text as Berkowitz (1980).] >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-5<

no date 9.49 Guide to the Bright Angel Trail. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, [24] pp. (including covers). (Grand Canyon Trail Guide series.) [1979.] >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-1<

no date 9.50 Guide to the Bright Angel Trail. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, [revised ed.], [32] pp. (including wraps). (Grand Canyon Trail Guide series.) [Cover title: Bright Angel; Grand Canyon trail guide. New wraps and layout changes.] >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-1<

1980 9.51 Guide to the North Kaibab Trail. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, [36] pp. (including covers). (Grand Canyon Trail Guide series.) [For subsequent revision, see Thybony (2005).] >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-1<

1992 9.52 Guide to the Bright Angel Trail. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, [revised ed.], [32] pp. (including covers). (Grand Canyon Trail Guide series.) [For subsequent revision, see Thybony (2004).] FQ10:496
Berkowitz, D. A.

1971 12.502 Pumped storage hydroelectric projects. In: Berkowitz, D. A., and Squires, A. M. (eds.), Power generation and environmental change. Symposium of Commission on Environmental Alteration, American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 28, 1969, pp. 158-172. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Berkshire Productions

1990 26.272 Climbin' to the Canyon. Grant G. Geist (producer, director), Dan Bradford (narrator). Brunswick, Ohio: Berkshire Productions. Video. 60:00. ["Winter coverage of the Grand Canyon Railway."]
Berkson, Ethan

2008 6.840 Troop takes trip to Havasupai Falls. 432 Tom Tom (Boy Scouts of America, Grand Canyon Council Lodge 432, Wipala Wiki Lodge), 58(4)(April):4-5. (See also p. 12.)
Berkstresser, Charles F., Jr.

1969 11.3294 Data for springs in the Colorado Desert area. U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, Open-File Report, 13 pp. [Water chemistry data.]

1990 21.213 Development of the stratigraphic column in Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 22(3):7. >Mon. 8: 3-100<
Berland, Mark, and Klyczek, Karen

2005 19.2929 Case it! Case study learning via simulations of molecular biology techniques. In: O'Donnell, M. A. (ed.), Tested studies for laboratory teaching, Volume 26; Proceedings of the 26th Workshop/Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE), pp. 43-56. (See under "Squirrel taxonomy", p. 51 [Kaibab squirrel]; "contributed by Steven Rice, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC".)
Berle, Milton

1989 2.17835 Milton Berle's private joke file; over 10,000 of his best gags, anecdotes, and one-liners (Milt Rosen, ed.). New York: Three Rivers Press, 642 pp. [Grand Canyon, pp. 233, 238, 395; Boulder Dam (Hoover Dam), p. 382.]
Berlin, Graydon L.; Schaber, Gerald G.; Kozak, Richard C.; and Chavez, Pat, Jr.

1982 21.215 Cliff and slope topography of part of the Grand Canyon, Arizona as characterized on a Seasat radar image. Remote Sensing of Environment, 12(1):81-85. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Berlin, Graydon Lennis, and Chavez, Pat S., Jr.

1982 21.214 Structural evaluation of the eastern Grand Canyon region, Arizona, using Landsat-3 RBV/MSS standard and digitally enhanced images. In: Morris-Jones, Donald R. (chairperson), et al., Proceedings of the International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, Second Thematic Conference, "Remote Sensing for Exploration Geology". Volume 2. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, pp. 827-842. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Berman, Jonathan

1979 28.1034 Beautiful Mooney Falls on Havasu Creek, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Desert Magazine, 42(9)(September):cover, 3.
Berman, Mildred

1988 2.1437 Recollections of casino to Canyon. Focus, 38(1):30-32. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Bermejo M., F. J.; Cortéz A., C.; and Aragón A., A.

1978 11.3110 Cambios fisicos y termodinamicos observados en el yacimiento geotermico de Cerro Prieto. Physical and thermodynamic changes observed in the Cerro Prieto geothermal reservoir. 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. 300-332.
Bermejo M., F. J.; Navarro O., F. X.; Esquer P., C. A.; Castillo B., F.; and Cruz D., F. C. de la

1981 11.4107 Comportamiento de las presiones y sus repercusiones en el Camp Geotermico de Cerro Prieto. Pressure changes and their effects on the Cerro Prieto geothermal field. 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. 464-473.
Bermingham, J.

1876 2.16294 [Letter, to U.S. Postal Commissioners, November 22, 1876.] In: Additional papers relating to railway mail transportation, submitted to Congress by the Special Commission on Railway Mail Transportation. Part II. Statements of superintendents and officers of the Railway Mail Service and of postmasters and their clerks. U.S. 44th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Miscellaneous Document 20, Part 2, p. 309. [Writer is Agent, Colorado Steam Navigation Co., San Francisco. Notes the transmission of U.S. and Mexican mails between San Francisco and the mouth of the Colorado River, "without compensation."]
Bermudes, Robert W.

1994 2.1438 Teenage impression. In: Arizona Humor [section]. Arizona Highways, 70(4):50.
Berna, Howard J.

1990 19.255 Observations on the dwarf shrew (Sorex nanus) in northern Arizona. Great Basin Naturalist, 50(2):161-165. >Mon. 8: 4-32<

1990 19.256 Seven bat species from the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona, with a new record of Euderma maculatum. Southwestern Naturalist, 35(3):354-356. >Mon. 8: 4-32<

1991 19.257 First record of the ermine (Mustela erminea) in Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist, 36(2):245-246. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Bernal Aguire, Celso

1966 2.17806 Compendio histórico-biográfico de Mexicali, 1531-1966. Mexicali, Baja California: [privately published], 520, [6] pp.

1968 2.17807 Compendio histórico-biográfico de Mexicali, 1531-1966. Suplemento, 1966-1968. Mexicali, Baja California: [privately published], 211, [3] pp.

1990 2.17808 Compendio histórico-biográfico de Mexicali. 2. Mexicali, Baja California: [privately published], 396 pp. ("Totalmente nuevo, actualizada hasta 1990.")
Bernal Rodríguez, Francisco

2001 11.3804 [Closing remarks, International Boundary and Water Commission, Mexican Section.] From: Closing Remarks [section]. In: United States-Mexico Colorado River Delta Symposium, Mexicali, Baja California, September 11-12, 2001. [No place]: Water Education Foundation, p. 65.
Bernard, Eleanor O'Leary

2004 2.9887 Letter to GCHS. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 8(4):2.
Bernardini, Wesley

2008 17.1169 Identity as history: Hopi clans and the curation of oral tradition. Journal of Anthropological Research, 64(4)(Winter):483-509. [See p. 493, note of Hopi pilgrimage routes, including Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Berndtson and Berndtson

1999 25.19 USA 2; American Southwest. Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany: Berndtson und Berndtson GmbH, 1 sheet, 2 sides, cut and laminated, scale 1:3,000,000.
Bernhardt, Mark E.

2000 12.1670 In-depth inspection of Arizona's steel bridges. In: Presentations from the 8th International Bridge Management Conference, Volume I, Denver, Colorado, April 26-28, 1999. U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Circular 498, pp. B-9/1 to B-9/13.
Bernheim, Beatrice B.

1917 8.467 Impressions. New York: The Vail-Ballou Co., 62 pp. [See p. 43, "Grand Canyon".]
Bernheimer, Charles L.

1924 2.1439 Rainbow Bridge; circling Navajo Mountain and explorations in the "Bad Lands" of southern Utah and northern Arizona. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 182 pp. Farquhar 121 FQ1:6 FQ2:8 FQ3:5 FQ4:12 FQ5:17 FQ6:13 [1st printing], 13a [1926 printing] FQ7:15 [1st], 15a, 15b [both 1929 printings] FQ8:31 [1st], 31a, 31b [1929 printings], 31c [1926 printing] FQ12:38A [1st], 38B [1926 printing] FQ13A:26A FQ14:15 [1929 printing] Guidon 54 [1926 printing] FQ15:43A [1st], 43B [1929 printing] FQ16:22A, 22B [both 1st] FQ17:53A

1929 2.16603 Rainbow Bridge; circling Navajo Mountain and explorations in the "Bad Lands" of southern Utah and northern Arizona. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 182 pp.

1999 2.1440 Rainbow Bridge; circling Navajo Mountain and explorations in the "Bad Lands" of southern Utah and northern Arizona (new introduction by Albert E. Ward). Albuquerque, New Mexico: Center for Anthropological Studies, 187 pp. and 52-page new introduction, "Charles L. Bernheimer: The tenderfoot and cliff dweller from Manhattan".] FQ13A:26B FQ15:43C FQ16:22C FQ17:53B
Bernstein, Aaron

1985 2.1441 Rafting through the Grand Canyon's grandeur. Business Week, (August 26):103-104. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Bernstein, Eli

2008 19.2689 Rangeland restoration: Proceed with caution. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter/Spring):16-17, 21.
Bernstein, Fred A. |New York Times|

2005 3.1587 (August 7) Grand Canyon, Ariz.: El Tovar. In: Check In/Check Out [section]. By Fred A. Bernstein.
Bernstein, Rosemary, and Kyle, Sandy

1988 19.258 Abundance and distribution of the exotic camelthorn (Alhagi camelorum) on the Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Diamond Creek. In: Colorado River Investigations VI; July-August, 1987 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, Steven W. Carothers, and Frank B. Lojko). Report submitted to Richard W. Marks, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 82-88.
Bernstein, Stephanie, and Buckland, David

2006 26.406 SourceCode. Season 3.0. Episode 1 and 2. [Denver]: Free Speech TV. DVD. 60:00. [Includes brief film, "Cracking of Glen Canyon Dam 1981".]
Bernstein, Yael A.; Yard, Michael D.; and Coggins, Lewis G.

2005 19.2546 Physical factors that influence spatio/temporal differences in benthic invertebrate availability near the Little Colorado River, Grand Canyon, AZ. 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. 41.
Berry, C. R.

1984 19.3099 Hematology of four rare Colorado River fishes. Copeia, 1984(3):790-793. [Razorback sucker, Xyrauchen texanus; Colorado squawfish, Ptychocheilus lucius; humpback chub, Gila cypha; and bonytail chub, G. elegans.]
Berry, C. R., and Pimentel, R.

1985 19.3098 Swimming performances of three rare Colorado River fishes. American Fisheries Society, Transactions, 114:397-402. [Humpback chub, Gila cypha; bonytail chub, G. elegans; and Colorado squawfish, Ptychocheilus lucius.]
Berry, Emmons, and Berry, Nora

2014 2.20921 Raising a family at Grand Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 21(2)(Spring):10.
Berry, George H.; Grim, Paul J.; and Ikelman, Joy A.

1980 11.1517 (compilers) Thermal springs list for the United States. Boulder, Colorado: National Geophysical and Solar-Terrestrial Data Center, 59 pp., 3 maps. (U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Key to Geophysical Records Documentation, No. 12.)

1980 21.4552 (compilers) Thermal springs list for the United States. Boulder, Colorado: National Geophysical and Solar-Terrestrial Data Center, 59 pp., 3 maps. (U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Key to Geophysical Records Documentation, No. 12.)
Berry, Harold J.

1973 33.193 Foreword. In: Epp, Theodore H., Living abundantly. Volume I. Lincoln, Nebraska: Back to the Bible Broadcast, p. 3. [Book of Ephesians, "The Grand Canyon of the Scripture".]
Berry, S. Stillman

1922 11.2692 Notes on the mollusks of the Colorado Desert: I. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings, 74:69-100. [N.B.: Only one part published.]
Berry, Stillman S.

1946 17.47 A shell necklace from the Havasupai Indians. Plateau, 19(2):29-34. >Mon. 8: 6-5<
Bersch, Wilhelm

1898 2.14537 Mit Schlägel und Eisen. Eine Schilderung des Bergbaues und seiner technischen Hilfsmittel. Wien, Pest, and Leipzig: A. Hartleben’s Verlag, 800 pp. (see pp. 47-49).
Berta, Annalisa

1981 21.216 The Plio-Pleistocene hyaena Chasmaporthetes ossifragus from Florida. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 1:341-356. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Berteling, Charles N.

1922 2.13068 Going to Lee's Ferry. Outing, 80(6)(September):243-247, 274.
Berthault, Guy

2000 21.3932 [Paleohydraulics: a new approach.] Fusion (Fondation pour l'Énergie de Fusion, Paris), no. 81(May-June). [Seen in an English translation, with added(?) first title, "Geological dating principles questioned", http://www.omniology.com/FusionReport-1.html (accessed 21 October 2003).]

2004 21.4023 Sedimentological interpretation of the Tonto Group stratigraphy (Grand Canyon Colorado River) [sic]. Lithology and Mineral Resources, 39(5):480-484. [English translation of Berthault (2004).]

2004 21.4032 [Sedimentological interpretation of the Tonto Group stratigraphy (Grand Canyon Colorado River).] Litologiya i Poleznye Iskopaemye, no. 5, pp. 552-557.

2005 21.4484 Oshibki nauki i krizis veri [Errors of science and the crisis of faith]. In: Bufeev, Konstantine (ed.), Pravoslavnoe osmislenie tvoreniya mira; XIII Mezhdunarodnie Rozhdestvenskie Obrazovatelnie Chteniya [Orthodox comprehension of the measure of creation; XIII International Christmas Educational Readings]. Moscow: Russian Orthodox Church, Division of Religion and Catechism, "Shestodnev" Missionary Enlightenment Center, pp. 100-110. (See "Geologiya" [Geology], pp. 108-109; with mention of the Tonto Group in Grand Canyon.) [In Russian.]
Berthault, Guy, and Wilders, Piter

2005 21.4485 Problemi geochronologicheskoi shkali [Problems of the geochronological scale]. In: Bufeev, Konstantine (ed.), Pravoslavnoe osmislenie tvoreniya mira; XIII Mezhdunarodnie Rozhdestvenskie Obrazovatelnie Chteniya [Orthodox comprehension of the measure of creation; XIII International Christmas Educational Readings]. Moscow: Russian Orthodox Church, Division of Religion and Catechism, "Shestodnev" Missionary Enlightenment Center, pp. 111-121. [In Russian.]
Berthelot, B. W.

1975 11.3951 Phillips Petroleum Company--Sinclair Wells. As a part of: Palmer, Thomas D., Salton Sea Geothermal Field. From: Industrial and Institutional Geothermal Projects [section]. In: Palmer, Thomas D., Howard, J. H., and Lande, D. P. (eds.) Geothermal development of the Salton Trough, California and Mexico. [Livermore, California]: University of California at Livermore, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, pp. 29-30.
Berthold, C. E.

1978 11.3144 Magmamax No. 1 geothermal minerals recovery pilot plan; engineering design. U.S. Bureau of Mines, Geothermal Minerals Group, Reno Metallurgy Research Center, open-file report.
Bertholf, Judy Kay

1979 19.3410 Tiger beetles of the genus Cicindela in Arizona (Coleoptera: Cicindelidae). Master's thesis, Texas Tech University, 94 pp.
Berthoud, E. L.

1883 2.17387 California on the old maps. Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, 7(2)(June):114-116.
Bertolette, Don

2008 19.3077 Fire, stone, and forest. Eastern Native Tree Society, Bulletin, 3(2)(Spring):14-17. [Grand Canyon National Park.]
Bertolette, Don, and Spotskey, Dan

2001 19.2627 Remotely sensed burn severity mapping. In: Harmon, David (ed.), Crossing boundaries in park management: Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands. Hancock, Michigan: George Wright Society, pp. 44-51.
Berton, Francis

1864 2.13255 Voyage d'exploration du Colorado, par le lieutenant Ives, en 1857 et 1858. Société de Géographie de Gèneve, Bulletin, 4:5-28. [With an introductory paragraph signed "Le Bureau", which indicates "M[onsieur]. Berton" as the source.]

1872 2.17172 [Correspondence.] Société de Géographie de Genève, Bulletin, 11:147-150. [Includes note of lower Colorado River.] [See also note by Henry Arthur Bouthiller de Beaumont, pp. 150-151.]

1878 2.1442 Un voyage sur le Colorado; par Francis Berton, membre correspondant de la Société de Géographie de Genève. San Francisco: [privately published], 64 pp. [Farquhar (1953, p. 24) noted that just 50 copies were printed; apparently not so indicated in Berton’s volume, but see also citation for Berton (1881) (citation no. 2.14711) and see Librairie Ch. Chadenat (1900) (citation no. 2.14713).] [Plates and map reproduced after Richard J. Hinton, The hand-book to Arizona (citation no. 2.3421).] >Mon. 8: page 1-12< Farquhar 29 Howes B394

1881 2.14711 Em S. Francisco da California, pelo consul F. Berton. In: I. Colonias Portuguezas em Paizes Estrangeiros; Documentos [section]. Sociedade de Geographia de Lisboa, Boletim, series 2, (5):354-356. [Journal in Portuguese. Berton's communique in French, responding to a questionnaire received from the Society. Includes in "Réponse VIII" (p. 356): "Je prend la liberté de vous envoyer, sous bande par la poste, un petit ouvrage: 'Un voyage sur le Colorado' que j'ai publié en 50 exemplairs en 1878." (entire note) N.B.: In section "VII. Expediente Interno; Publicaçõs avulsas offerecidas á sociedade (Desde 1 de janeiro de 1881)", acknowledgement of receipt of Un Voyage sur le Colorado, "par Francis Breton" [sic] (p. 386).]

1953 2.1443 A voyage on the Colorado--1878 (Charles N. Rudkin, translator, ed.). Los Angeles: Glen Dawson, 103 pp. (Early California Travels Series, no. 18.) [300 copies printed by Cole-Holmquist Press. Includes facsimile of title-page of 1878 printing.] >Mon. 8: 1-12< FQ1:7 FQ8:32 FQ11:43 FQ12:39 FQ12B:25 FQ13A:27 FQ14:16 FQ15:44 FQ17:54
Besaw, Mindy A.

2007 2.12138 Artist-explorers and today's western landscape. In: Heart of the West; new painting and scultpure of the American West. Denver: Institute of Western American Art, Denver Art Museum, pp. 52-64.
Besom, Kim

2010 21.4706 Rampart's treasure In: Around the Plateau on public lands: From the collections [feature]. Sojourns (Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association), 5(1)(Winter/Spring):46-47. [Rampart Cave.]

2010 21.4705 Grand Canyon National Park: Fossil what? In: Bacharach, Joan, Collecting America. Sojourns (Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association), 5(1)(Winter/Spring):9-10. [Rampart Cave fossils.]
Bessesen, Brooke, and Campbell, Jenny

2013 6.910 Zachary Z. Packrat backpacks the Grand Canyon. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 40 pp.
Bessler, Michael B.

1983 11.1585 Saline water use prospects: Colorado River. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 109(2)(May/June):221-231.
Best, David M.; Hill, Richard M.; Kelly, Michael M.; Malone, Melissa A.; and Sanders, C. Michael

1988 21.217 Quantitative analysis of the interrelationship of structural trends, lithologies, and drainage patterns with the distribution of erosional features in Monument Valley, Arizona-Utah. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 20(6):407. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Best, Eric

2007 11.4575 Investigations of flannelmouth sucker habitat use, preference and recruitment downstream of Davis Dam, in the lower Colorado River (LCRMSCP Work Task C-15). Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, 42 pp.
Best, Eric, and Lantow, Jeff

2010 11.4574 Investigations in flannelmouth sucker habitat use, preference, and recruitment downstream of Davis Dam in the lower Colorado River--2008 annual report. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, 24 pp.

2012 11.4572 Flannelmouth sucker habitat use, preference, and recruitment downstream of Davis Dam--2009 annual report. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, 14 pp.

2012 11.4573 Investigations of flannelmouth sucker habitat use, preference, and recruitment downstream of Davis Dam in the lower Colorado River, 2006-2010. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, 54 pp.
Best, Myron G.

1969 21.218 Amphibole-bearing nodules in basanitic lavas [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 50:677. >Mon. 8: 3-17<

1970 21.219 Kaersutite-peridotite inclusions and kindred megacrysts in basanitic lavas, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 27:25-44. >Mon. 8: 3-17<

1974 21.220 Contrasting types of chromium peridotite xenoliths in basaltic lavas, western Grand Canyon, Arizona. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 23:229-237. >Mon. 8: 3-17<

1975 21.221 Amphibole-bearing cumulate inclusions, Grand Canyon, Arizona, and their bearing on silica-undersaturated hydrous magmas in the upper mantle. Journal of Petrology, 16:212-236. >Mon. 8: 3-17<

1986 21.222 Tertiary geology of the area between Milford, Utah and Pioche, Nevada. In: Griffen, Dana T., and Phillips, W. Revell (eds.), Thrusting and extensional structures and mineralization in the Beaver Dam Mountains, southwestern Utah. Utah Geological Association, Publication 15, pp. 77-86. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Best, Myron G., and Brimhall, Willis H.

1970 21.223 Late Cenozoic basalt types in western Grand Canyon region. In: Hamblin, W. K., and Best, M. G. (eds.), The western Grand Canyon district. Utah Geological Society, Guidebook to the Geology of Utah, no. 23, pp. 57-73. >Mon. 8: 3-17<

1974 21.224 Late Cenozoic alkalic basaltic magmas in the western Colorado Plateaus and the Basin and Range transition zone, U.S.A., and their bearing on mantle dynamics. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 85:1677-1690. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Best, Myron G., and Hamblin, W. Kenneth

1970 21.225 Implications of tectonism and volcanism in the western Grand Canyon. In: Hamblin, W. K., and Best, M. G. (eds.), The western Grand Canyon district. Utah Geological Society, Guidebook to the Geology of Utah, no. 23, pp. 75-79. >Mon. 8: 3-17<

1978 21.226 Origin of the northern Basin and Range province: Implications from the geology of its eastern boundary. 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. 313-340. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Best, Myron G.; Hamblin, W. Kenneth; and Brimhall, Willis H.

1966 21.227 Preliminary petrology and chemistry of Late Cenozoic basalts in the western Grand Canyon region. Brigham Young University, Geology Studies, 13:109-123. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Best, Myron G.; McKee, Edwin H.; and Damon, Paul E.

1980 21.228 Space-time-composition patterns of late Cenozoic mafic volcanism, southwestern Utah and adjoining areas. American Journal of Science, 280:1035-1050. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Best, Troy L., and Skupski, Marian P.

1994 19.259 Perognathus flavus. Mammalian Species, no. 471, 10 pp.
Beste, Robert C.

1996 11.4317 (collector) A location guide for rock hounds in the United States. St. Louis, Missouri: Hobbit Press, 2nd ed., 149 pp. [See "Mohave County", pp. 27-29; and Yuma, p. 38.]

1996 23.99 (collector) A location guide for rock hounds in the United States. St. Louis, Missouri: Hobbit Press, 2nd ed., 149 pp. [See "Coconino County", p. 21; and under "Mohave County", Pipe Spring National Monument, p. 29.]
Bestgen, Kevin R.

1990 11.6949 Status review of the razorback sucker, Xyrauchen texanus. Fort Collins, Colorado: Colorado State University, Larval Fish Laboratory, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Regional Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, 92 pp.
Betancourt, Julio L.

1990 21.229 Late Quaternary biogeography of the Colorado Plateau. In: Betancourt, Julio L., Van Devender, Thomas R., and Martin, Paul S. (eds.), Packrat middens; the last 40,000 years of biotic change. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 259-292. >Mon. 8: 3-100<
Betancourt, Julio L.; Van Devender, Thomas R.; and Martin, Paul S.

1990 21.230 Introduction. In: Betancourt, Julio L., Van Devender, Thomas R., and Martin, Paul S. (eds.), Packrat middens; the last 40,000 years of biotic change. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 2-11 >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1990 21.231 Synthesis and prospectus. In: Betancourt, Julio L., Van Devender, Thomas R., and Martin, Paul S. (eds.), Packrat middens; the last 40,000 years of biotic change. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 435-447. >Mon. 8: 3-100<
Bethers, Ray

1960 6.301 Rivers of adventure. New York: Hastings House, 47 pp. (see pp. 42-43).
Bethune, Pierre de

1939 21.232 Le Grand Canon du Colorado. Société Royale Belge Géographie, Bulletin, 63:145-164. >Mon. 8: 3-17<
Bettaso, Robert H., and Young, Jeffrey N.

1999 11.1000 Evidence for freshwater spawning by striped mullet and return of the Pacific tenpounder in the lower Colorado River. California Fish and Game, 85(2)(Spring):75-76.
Bettinger, Robert L.

1999 11.2812 Comment [on Jones et al. (1999), Environmental imperatives reconsidered; demographic crises in western North America during the Medieval Climatic Anomaly.] Current Anthropology, 40(2)(April):158-159.
Betts, Doris

1981 7.16 Heading West; a novel. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 359 pp. (A Borzoi Book.) [One copy seen indicates, "Published December 8, 1981, Second Printing Before Publication", with dustjacket notation for Dual Main Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club; verso of title-page also indicates published simultaneously in Canada by Random House of Canada Ltd., Toronto.] FQ2:9 [uncorrected proof]

1982 5.29 Heading west (Esther Benson, narrator). [Washington, D.C.]: National Library Service, 11 sides on 10-inch audio disks. (American Foundation for the Blind, recording agency and distributor.) [Fiction.]

1995 7.17 Heading West; a novel. New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo, and Singapore: Scribner Paperback Fiction, 368 pp.
Betts, Lynn

no date 28.1007 Hoover Dam and Lake Powell [sic]. In: American Geological Institute, Critical needs for the twenty first century: The role of the geosciences. Alexandria, Virginia: American Geological Institute, cover (credit on inside back cover). [Image source credited to Earth Science World Image Bank.] [2008?]
Betts, Tomas A.; Heness, Elizabeth A.; Semian, Zachary A.; Malenda, Margariete; Simpson, Edwawrd L.; and Friehauf, Kurt

2013 11.5261 A unique occurrence of adipocere on the lacustrine shoreline, Salton Sea[,] California. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):328.
Betz, Eric

2011 2.16624 Pick of the letter; love of postal correspondence in the digital age. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (December):20-23. [Includes note of Cline Library archives (Northern Arizona University) holding correspondence of Harvey Butchart to George Lamont Mancuso.]

2011 2.15679 In the ultimate grandeur; artist Bruce Aiken celebrated in new exhibit. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (August):26-28.

2012 2.16916 Relentless spirit of exploration; historic figures of Grand Canyon. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (Special Centennial Edition):12-16. [Cover and table of contents give title as “Restless Spirit of Exploration”.]

2012 2.17073 Funky town; Steve Lawton and his surreal takes on Flagstaff and beyond. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (April):28-30. [Artist Steve Lawton. Includes illustration of his "Horseshoe Bend", p. 30.]

2012 2.17085 Grand ambition; running the treacherous Colorado River in 1869 would be one of many historic firsts for explorer and scientist John Wesley Powell. Grand Canyon Journal, 2012:24-29. [Includes sidebar, "Float Your Boat; Grand Canyon rafts, then and now", p. 29.]
Betz, William, and Webb, Harrison E.

1916 2.18359 (with the editorial cooperation of Percey F. Smith) Plane and solid geometry. Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Dallas, Columbus, and San Francisco: Ginn and Co., 507 pp. [See in section, "Applications of Trigonometric Ratios": Problem 20 (p. 262), "An observer standing at the brink of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado finds that the opposite wall of the cañon subtends an angle of 17°. The horizontal distance of the wall from the point of observation is ascertained to be 15,600 ft. How deep is the cañon at that point?" (Answers are not given in this volume.)]
Beuchat, H.

1912 16.659 Manuel d'archéologie; Américaine (Amérique préhistorique-Civilisations disparues). Paris: Librairie Alphonse Picard et Fils, 773 pp. [See p. 191, Grand Canyon, in passing.]

1918 16.677 Manual de archeologia Americana (introduction by M. Vignaud; translated by Domingo Vaca). Madrid: Daniel Jorro, 755 pp. (Biblioteca de Historia y Arte.) [See p. 185, Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Beus, Stanley S.

1964 21.233 Fossils from the Kaibab Formation at Bee Spring, Arizona. In: Sutherland, Diony H. (ed.), Contributions to the geology of northern Arizona; Memorial to Major Brady. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 40, pp. 59-64. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1965 21.234 Permian fossils from the Kaibab Formation at Flagstaff, Arizona. Plateau, 38:1-5. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1969 21.235 Devonian stratigraphy in northwestern Arizona. In: Baars, Donald L. (ed.), Geology and natural history of the Grand Canyon region. Four Corners Geological Society, 5th Field Conference, Guidebook, pp. 127-133. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1970 21.236 Stratigraphy of the Martin Formation in northwestern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 2(5):325.

1973 21.237 Devonian stratigraphy and paleogeography along the western Mogollon Rim, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 49, 36 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1974 23.3 River guide of Colorado River--Lee's Ferry to Phantom Ranch. In: Karlstrom, Thor N. V., Swann, Gordon A., and Eastwood, Raymond L. (eds.), Geology of northern Arizona; with notes on archaeology and paleoclimate. Part II. Area studies and field guides. Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Guidebook 27, pp. 409-412. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-5<

1979 23.4 Trail log--third day: South Kaibab Trail, Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Rawson, Richard R. (eds.), Carboniferous stratigraphy in the Grand Canyon country, northern Arizona and southern Nevada. 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Field Trip no. 13. American Geological Institute, AGI Selected Guidebook Series, no. 2, pp. 16-19. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<

1979 23.5 Road log--fifth day, Arizona portion: Kingman to Hoover Dam, Arizona. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Rawson, Richard R. (eds.), Carboniferous stratigraphy in the Grand Canyon country, northern Arizona and southern Nevada. 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Field Trip no. 13. American Geological Institute, AGI Selected Guidebook Series, no. 2, pp. 29-31. >Mon. 8: 2-SS-1, 3-SS1-1<

1979 23.6 Stop descriptions--fifth day, Arizona portion. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Rawson, Richard R. (eds.), Carboniferous stratigraphy in the Grand Canyon country, northern Arizona and southern Nevada. 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Field Trip no. 13. American Geological Institute, AGI Selected Guidebook Series, no. 2, pp. 33-37. >Mon. 8: 2-SS-1, 3-SS1-1<

1980 21.238 Devonian paleogeography and paleoenvironments in northern Arizona [abstract]. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 64:676-677. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1980 21.239 Late Devonian (Frasnian) paleogeography and paleoenvironments in northern Arizona. In: Fouch, Thomas D., and Magathan, E. (eds.), Paleozoic paleogeography of the west-central United States; Rocky Mountain Paleogeography Symposium 1. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Rocky Mountain Section, Denver, pp. 59-69. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1984 21.240 Natural history in the Grand Canyon--a combined teaching and research class [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 19 (1984 Proceedings Supplement):59. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1984 21.241 A Late Mississippian estuarine rock unit in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 16(6):444. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1984 21.242 Grand Canyon's surprise formation. American West, 21(May/June):66-67. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1984 22.35 Erosion and deposition on Colorado River beaches in Grand Canyon, Arizona, resulting from the 1983 high water "spill". Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 16(4):214. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1985 22.36 Topographic changes in fluvial terrace deposits used as campsite beaches along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 20 (1985 Proceedings Supplement):38. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1986 21.243 A geologic surprise in the Grand Canyon. Fieldnotes (Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology), 16(3):1-4. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1986 21.244 Biostratigraphy of the Surprise Canyon Formation (latest Mississippian and earliest Pennsylvanian) in western Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 18(5):341. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1987 21.245 (ed.) Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America. Geological Society of America, Centennial Field Guide Volume 2. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1987 23.7 Geology along the South Kaibab Trail, eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Beus, Stanley S. (ed.), Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America. Geological Society of America, Centennial Field Guide, Volume 2, pp. 371-378. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<

1989 21.246 Devonian and Mississippian geology of Arizona. In: Jenney, J. P., and Reynolds, S. J. (eds.), Geologic evolution of Arizona. Arizona Geological Society, Digest 17, pp. 287-311. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1990 21.247 Distribution and orientation of Permian brachiopods on a bedding plane, Kaibab Formation, northern Arizona, United States of America. 2nd International Brachiopod Congress, Abstracts, 5-9 February 1990, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, p. 12. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1990 21.248 Temple Butte Formation. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press and Museum of Northern Arizona Press, pp. 107-117. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1990 21.249 Redwall Limestone and Surprise Canyon Formation. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press and Museum of Northern Arizona Press, pp. 119-145. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1990 21.250 The distribution and orientation of shells from a brachiopod population, Permian Kaibab Formation, northern Arizona, USA. In: MacKinnon, D. I., Lee, D. E., and Campbell, J. D. (eds.), Brachiopods through time; proceedings of the 2nd International Brachiopod Congress. Rotterdam: A. A. Balkema, pp. 233-239. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1991 21.251 Reconstructing ancient life communities from fossil beds -- a field investigation for secondary science students [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 26(Proceedings Supplement):36. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1992 21.252 The geologic record. In: Euler, Robert C., and Tikalsky, Frank (eds.), The Grand Canyon; intimate views. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. [xx], 1-16. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1995 21.253 Paleontology of the Surprise Canyon Formation (Mississippian) in Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Fossils of Arizona, Volume 3, Proceedings 1995. Mesa, Arizona: Southwest Paleontological Society and Mesa Southwest Museum, pp. 25-36.

1999 21.254 Chapter E. Megafossil paleontology of the Surprise Canyon Formation. In: Billingsley, George H., and Beus, Stanley S. (eds.), Geology of the Surprise Canyon Formation of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 61, pp. 69-96. [References combined for volume, pp. 245-250.]

2003 21.3819 Temple Butte Formation. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2nd ed., pp. 107-114. [References combined for volume, pp. 407-427.]

2003 21.3820 Redwall Limestone and Surprise Canyon Formation. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2nd ed., pp. 115-136. [References combined for volume, pp. 407-427.]
Beus, Stanley S., and Avery, C. C.

no date 22.37 (principal investigators, with contributions from L. E. Stevens, B. Cluer, M. Budhu, M. Carpenter, R. Carruth, J. Schmidt, W. Jackson, R. Inglis, Jr., L. Martin, G. Smillie, D. Tucker, W. Werrell, M. Kaplinski, P. Anderson, J. Bennett, C. Brod, J. Courson, M. Gonzales, J. Hazel, H. Mayes, and F. Protiva) The influence of variable discharge regimes on Colorado River sand bars below Glen Canyon Dam: 1991 draft final report. Northern Arizona University, 10 separately paginated chapters. [1992. Composite report of Sand Bar Stability Team, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, NPS Cooperative Agreement CA 8006-8-0002.]
Beus, Stanley S., and Avery, Charles

no date 20.148 [GCES Phase II. P. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. Sediment Studies. Phase II documentation, P3.] (Principal Investigators) The influence of variable discharge regimes on Colorado River sand bars below Glen Canyon Dam. [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.]
Beus, Stanley S., and Billingsley, George H.

1982 21.255 Late Mississippian channel deposits at the Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary in central Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 14(6):303. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1984 21.256 A Late Mississippian estuarine rock unit in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 16(6):444. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1989 21.257 Paleozoic strata of the 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. 122-127. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beus, Stanley S., and Breed, William J.

1968 21.258 A new nautiloid species from the Toroweap Formation in Arizona. Plateau, 40:128-135. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beus, Stanley S., and Brew, Douglas C.

1978 21.259 Paleontology of the Naco Formation in the Kohl Ranch area, Arizona. In: Burt, Donald M., and Péwé, Troy L. (eds.), Guidebook to the geology of central Arizona; 74th Cordilleran Section Meeting, Geological Society of America, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, Special Paper 2, pp. 131-137. >Mon. 8: 3-100<
Beus, Stanley S., and Carothers, Steven W.

1984 22.38 Natural history in the Grand Canyon--a combined teaching and research class [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 19(1984 Proceedings Supplement):59. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beus, Stanley S., and Grover, Paul W.

1989 21.260 A marine dominated estuarine sequence in Upper Carboniferous (Chesterian) strata of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA. In: Jin Yugan and Li Chun (eds.), Onzième Congrès International de Stratigraphie et de Géologie du Carbonifère, Beijing, August 31-September 4, 1987, Compte Rendu, Tome 4. Nanjing University Press, pp. 1-6.
Beus, Stanley S., and Lojko, Frank B.

1992 22.39 The Grand Canyon experience for high school and middle school science teachers. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 24(7):A341.

1993 18.158 Long-term effects of humans on beaches at selected Colorado River campsites in Grand Canyon National Park. In: Rowlands, Peter G., van Riper, Charles, III, and Sogge, Mark K. (eds.), Proceedings of the First Biennial Conference on Research in Colorado Plateau National Parks. U.S. National Park Service, Transactions and Proceedings Series NPS/NRNAU/NRTP-93/10, pp. 186-199.

1994 22.40 Impact of floods on the shoreline of a confined river channel--the Colorado River in Grand Canyon: Applications to science education. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 26(7):A46.
Beus, Stanley S., and Lucchitta, Ivo

1987 23.8 Field-trip guide for Marble Canyon and eastern Grand Canyon. In: Davis, George H., and VandenDolder, Evelyn M. (eds.), Geologic diversity of Arizona and its margins: Excursions to choice areas. Field-trip guidebook, Geological Society of America 100th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, October 26-29, 1987. Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, Geological Survey Branch, Special Paper 5, pp. 3-19. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<
Beus, Stanley S., and Martin, Harriet

1999 21.261 Chapter G. Age and correlation of the Surprise Canyon Formation. In: Billingsley, George H., and Beus, Stanley S. (eds.), Geology of the Surprise Canyon Formation of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 61, pp. 117-119. [References combined for volume, pp. 245-250.]
Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael

1990 21.262 (eds.) Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press and Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 518 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-100< FQ7:16 FQ8:33 FQ9:58 FQ10:37 FQ11:44 FQ12:40 FQ14:17 FQ15:45 FQ16:23A, 23B FQ17:55

1990 21.263 Introducing the Grand Canyon. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press and Museum of Northern Arizona Press, pp. 1-9. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

2003 21.3811 (eds.) Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2nd ed., 432 pp.

2003 21.3812 Introducing the Grand Canyon. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Morales, Michael (eds.), Grand Canyon geology. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2nd ed., pp. 1-8. [References combined for volume, pp. 407-427.]
Beus, Stanley S., and Nations, J. Dale

1974 21.264 A Pleistocene gravel deposit near Grand Falls, Arizona. Arizona Academy of Science, Journal, 9:36-40. >Mon. 8: 3-18<

1974 23.9 Kaibab Trail guide to the southern part of Grand Canyon, northern Arizona. In: Karlstrom, T. N. V., Swann, G. A., and Eastwood, R. L. (eds.), Geology of northern Arizona, with notes on archaeology and paleoclimate. Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Guidebook 27, Part 2, pp. 413-421. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<

1979 23.10 Kaibab Trail guide to the southern part of the Grand Canyon, northern Arizona. In: Nelson, C. A. (ed.), Grand Canyon. University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, ESSSO Guidebook 9, pp. 15-23. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<
Beus, Stanley S., and Rawson, Richard R.

1979 21.265 (eds.) Carboniferous stratigraphy in the Grand Canyon country, northern Arizona and southern Nevada. 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Field Trip no. 13. American Geological Institute, AGI Selected Guidebook Series, no. 2. >Mon. 8: 3-18< FQ9:59 FQ11B:25 FQ12:41 FQ15:46 FQ17:56
Beus, Stanley S., and Thompson, Kelcy

1994 21.266 Late Early Permian microfossils from the Fossil Mountain Member of the Kaibab Formation in northwestern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 26(6):4.
Beus, Stanley S.; Avery, C. C.; and Cluer, B. L.

1991 22.41 Beach erosion studies under discrete controlled releases: Colorado River through Grand Canyon National Park [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 72(44, supplement):223.

1992 22.42 Erosion of beaches during discrete controlled flows in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River [abstract]. In: The environment is our future. International Erosion Control Association, 23rd Conference, Reno, Nevada, pp. 373-374.
Beus, Stanley S.; Avery, C. C.; Stevens, L. E.; Kaplinski, M. A.; Mays, H. B.; and Cluer, B. L.

no date 22.43 The influence of variable discharge regimes on Colorado River sand bars below Glen Canyon Dam. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Avery, C. C. (compilers), The influence of variable discharge regimes on Colorado River sand bars below Glen Canyon Dam: Draft final report. Northern Arizona University, Chapter 6 (61 pp., separately paginated). [1992.]
Beus, Stanley S.; Avery, Charles; Stevens, Lawrence E.; Kaplilnski, Matt; Mayes, Hilary; and Cluer, Brian

1992 20.155 [GCES Phase II. P. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. Sediment Studies. Phase II documentation, P3(7).] (Principal Investigators) The influence of variable discharge regimes on Colorado River sand bars below Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona. Draft--31 October 1992. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

1993 20.156 [GCES Phase II. P. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. Sediment Studies. Phase II documentation, P3(7).] (Principal Investigators) The influence of variable discharge regimes on Colorado River sand bars below Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona. Final--31 January 1993. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]
Beus, Stanley S.; Biddle, J. W.; Glass, M.; Iaquinto, P.; Lojko, F. B.; and McAfee, B.

1982 22.45 Beach sand grain size on the Colorado River from Glen Canyon to Diamond Creek. In: Colorado River Investigations I; July-August 1982. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northern Arizona University/Museum of Northern Arizona, pp. 20-43.
Beus, Stanley S.; Biddle, J. W.; Iaquinto, P.; Lojko, F. B.; and McAfee, B.

1982 22.44 Study of beach profiles as a measure of beach erosion on the Colorado River. In: Colorado River Investigations I; July-August 1982. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northern Arizona University/Museum of Northern Arizona, pp. 16-19.
Beus, Stanley S.; Burmaster, B.; Byars, B.; Dancis, D.; Hasenbuhler, P.; and Pauls, J.

1984 22.46 Changes in beach profiles along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon 1974-1983. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Carothers, Steven W. (eds.) Colorado River Investigations II; July-August 1983. Report submitted to Richard W. Marks, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 58-105.
Beus, Stanley S.; Cardon, Rebecca; Fulton, Frances; Pastrick, Al; and Stock, Michael

1987 22.47 Beach profile data from July-August 1986 surveys in Grand Canyon. In: Weiss, Gayle C. (ed.), Colorado River Investigations V; July-August, 1986 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus and Steven W. Carothers). Report submitted to Richard W. Marks, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 3-33.
Beus, Stanley S.; Carothers, Steven W.; and Avery, Charles C.

1985 22.48 Topographic changes in fluvial terrace deposits used in campsite beaches along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 20:111-120. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beus, Stanley S.; Coffin, J.; Doty, A.; Messina, P., and Mail, D.

1986 22.49 Changes in selected beach profiles along the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, 1984-1985. In: House, Dorothy A. (ed.), Colorado River Investigations IV; July-August, 1985 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus and Steven W. Carothers). Report submitted to Richard W. Marks, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 3-69.
Beus, Stanley S.; Cullom, C. R.; and Turner, J. D.

1989 21.267 Macrofaunal paleocommunities in the Kaibab Formation (Permian), eastern Grand Canyon region, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 21(5):57. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beus, Stanley S.; Johnson, Heidi; Nicholson, H. Tim; Winthrow, Brian; and Dyer, Elizabeth

1989 21.268 Circular orientation of invertebrate fossil shells in Permian Kaibab Formation, northwestern Arizona [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 24 (1989 Proceedings Supplement):46. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beus, Stanley S.; Kaplinski, Matt A.; Hazel, Joseph E., Jr.; Tedrow, L. A.; Mayes, H. B.; and Fillmore, R. P.

1993 22.50 100-year flood events from the Little Colorado River: impacts on Colorado River sand bars and implications for experimental flow releases from Glen Canyon Dam. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 25(6):A-142.
Beus, Stanley S.; Kaplinski, Matt A.; Hazel, Joseph E.; Tedrow, Linda A.; and Kearsley, Lisa H.

no date 20.185 [GCES Phase II. P. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. Recreation Monitoring. Phase II documentation, P18.] (Principal Investigators) Monitoring the effects of interim flows from Glen Canyon Dam on sand bar dynamics and campsite size in the Colorado River corridor, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Quarterly Reports. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

no date 20.186 [GCES Phase II. P. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. Recreation Monitoring. Phase II documentation, P18.] (Principal Investigators) Monitoring the effects of interim flows from Glen Canyon Dam on sand bar dynamics and campsite size in the Colorado River corridor, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Annual Reports. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

1994 20.187 [GCES Phase II. P. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. Recreation Monitoring. Phase II documentation, P18.] (Principal Investigators) Monitoring the effects of interim flows from Glen Canyon Dam on sand bar dynamics and campsite size in the Colorado River corridor, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Draft--1 October 1994. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

1995 20.188 [GCES Phase II. P. U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. Recreation Monitoring. Phase II documentation, P18.] (Principal Investigators) Monitoring the effects of interim flows from Glen Canyon Dam on sand bar dynamics and campsite size in the Colorado River corridor, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Final--1 January 1995. [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.]
Beus, Stanley S.; Lojko, F.; Holmes, M. L.; Penner, D.; and Renken, S.

1985 22.51 Topographic changes in fluvial terrace deposits used as campsite beaches along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. In: House, Dorothy A. (ed.), Colorado River Investigations III; July-August 1984 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus and Steven W. Carothers). Report submitted to Richard W. Marks, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 23-84.
Beus, Stanley S.; Rawson, Richard R.; and Blakey, Ronald C.

1979 23.11 Road log--fourth day: Grand Canyon to Kingman, Arizona. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Rawson, Richard R. (eds.), Carboniferous stratigraphy in the Grand Canyon country, northern Arizona and southern Nevada. 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Field Trip no. 13. American Geological Institute, AGI Selected Guidebook Series, no. 2, pp. 20-24. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<

1979 23.12 Stop descriptions--fourth day. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Rawson, Richard R. (eds.), Carboniferous stratigraphy in the Grand Canyon country, northern Arizona and southern Nevada. 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Field Trip no. 13. American Geological Institute, AGI Selected Guidebook Series, no. 2, pp. 25-28. >Mon. 8: 3-SS1-1<
Beus, Stanley S.; Rawson, Richard R.; Dalton, R. O.; Stevenson, Gene M.; Reeds, V. S.; and Daneker, T. M.

1974 21.269 Preliminary report on the Unkar Group (Precambrian) in Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Karlstrom, T. N. V., Swann, G. A., and Eastwood, R. L. (eds.), Geology of northern Arizona, with notes on archaeology and paleoclimate. Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Guidebook 27, Part 1, Regional studies, pp. 34-64. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beutenmüller, William

1907 19.4065 Notes on a few North American Cynipidae, with dscriptions of new species. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin, 23:463-466, Plate 37. [See Andricus wheeleri, sp. nov., p. 464, Plate 37, figures 7-9; from "Coconino Forest, rim of the Grand Cañon, Arizona; altitude 7,000 feet. (William M. Wheeler)."
Bevalian, Isiah

2013 6.907 Holiday-get-away; looking for a winter road trip? Round-Up (Dobson High School, Mesa, Arizona), 1(2)(Winter):6. [Includes Grand Canyon Railway.]
Beverage, Joseph P., and Williams, David T.

1989 11.1621 Comparison: US P-61 and Delft sediment samplers. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 115(12)(December):1702-1706. [One of two studies sites was Colorado River near Blythe, California.]
Beveridge, Carrie A.; Kocurek, Gary; Lancaster, Nick; Ewing, Ryan; Morthekai, P.; Mahan, Shannon A.; and Singhvi, Ashok

2004 11.1540 Origin and evolution of the Gran Desierto sand sea. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 36(5):515.
Beveridge, Carrie Ann

2004 11.4416 The origin and evolution of the Gran Desierto sand sea, Sonora, Mexico. Master's thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 166 pp.
Bevitt, Emogene A.

1994 2.1444 Second lives: A survey of architectural artifact collections in the United States. Washington, D.C.: U.S. National Park Service, Preservation Assistance Division, 102 pp. (see Grand Canyon National Park, p. 3).
Bevlin, N. J.

1976 21.270 Engineer's report on the possibilities of developing additional water supplies for Hualapai Indian Tribe at Peach Springs, Arizona. Kingman, Arizona, 38 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-18<
Beyerlein, Marie

2008 2.11803 [Comments.] In: Postcards from the Canyon [section]. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 7 (Fall):8.

2009 28.687 [Photograph.] Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 8 (Spring):11.
Beymer, Renee J., and Klopatek, Jeffrey M.

1987 19.261 Effects of grazing on cryptogamic soil crusts in Grand Canyon National Park [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 22 (1987 Proceedings Supplement):17. >Mon. 8: 4-11<

1992 19.262 Effects of grazing on cryptogamic crusts in pinyon-juniper woodlands in Grand Canyon National Park. American Midland Naturalist, 127(1):139-148. >Mon. 8: 4-33<
Beymer, Renee June

1989 19.260 The effects of grazing on and carbon contribution of cryptogamic crust in pinyon-juniper woodlands. Master's thesis, Arizona State University, 80 pp.
Beyond Productions

2005 26.369 Risk takers, history makers. Produced for the History Channel. Susan Werbe, History Channel executive producer; Chris Warner, expedition leader; Greg Davenport, tech director; Tim McNeese, historian. New York: History Channel and A&E Home Video (distributed by New Video Group). DVD. 50:00.
Bezucha, Robert D.

1967 6.259 (ed.-in-chief) Your editors visit Grand Canyon. Golden Magazine for Boys and Girls, 4(8):54-57. [Accompanies article by Bertha Morris Parker.]
Bezy, John V.

1978 23.13 A guide to the desert geology of Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Globe, Arizona: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 67 pp. [Cover title: A guide to the desert geology of Lake Mead N.R.A.] >Mon. 8: 2-SS-1<
BFA Films and Video, Inc.

1976 26.30 (with Allied Film Artists, Inc.) America's frontier trails west. New York and Santa Monica, California: Phoenix/BFA Films and Video, Inc. 4 35-mm filmstrips, with 4 33-1/3 rpm records or 4 cassettes, compatible for manual or automatic operation. With teacher's guide, 28 pp. (America's Frontier Trails West Series.) [See Exploring the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River filmstrip.] >Mon. 8: 12-13<

1985 26.29 Rocks that reveal the past. New York: Phoenix/BFA Films and Video, Inc. 16-mm film and 1/2- or 3/4-inch video. 12:00. [Originally released as film, 1962, production data not found.] [Juvenile.] >Mon. 8: 12-13<
Bhatia, I. J.

2008 2.12186 A visit to Grand Canyon. Dignity Dialogue (Dignity Foundation, Mumbai, India), (August):28-29.
Bhatt, Sudha A.

1986 32.9 (managing ed.) The science of biological specimen preparation for microscopy and microanalyses, 1985; Proceedings of the 4th Pfefferkorn Conference, held March 25-30, 1985, at the Grand Canyon Squire Inn, Grand Canyon, Arizona. O'Hare, Illinois: Scanning Electron Microscopy, 307 pp.
Bianchi, Curt

1995 2.1445 By steam to the Grand Canyon (photos by Joel Jensen). Trains, 55(5):38-45.

1997 2.1446 Steam's comeback kid (photos by Joel Jensen). Trains, 57(5):34-42. [Grand Canyon Railway No. 4960.]
Bianchi, Pietro

2013 2.20421 Oltre il Grand Canyon. Firenze, Italy: Casa Editrice Polaris, 155 pp. [Colorado Plateau more generally, but includes Grand Canyon.]
Bianchini, John

2005 17.563 Shadow on the Havasupai. The Noise, (August):12-13.
Biart, Lucien

1885 2.17400 Les Aztèques; histoire; mœurs, coutumes. Paris: A. Hennuyer, 304 pp., map. (Bibliothèque Ethnologique, publié sous la direction de MM. A. de Quatrafages [et] E.-T. Hamy.) [Colorado River, see p. 5, in passing.]
Bible, Alan; Howser, Fred N.; and Shaw, Arvin B., Jr.

no date 12.1723 Memorandum re S.J. Res. 145, H.J. Res. 225, 226, 227, and 236 and H.R. 4097, authorizing suit concerning rights to water in lower basin, Colorado River. [Los Angeles?], 73 pp. [1947.]
Bice, Ginger

1991 13.442 [Concession evaluation scoring methods.] Grand Canyon River Guides [newsletter], 4(1)(February):7.
Bickell, Lara

1999 11.5326 Colorado River Basin Salinity Control Project. [No place]: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 21 pp.

1999 11.5327 Colorado River front work and levee system. [No place]: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 28 pp.

1999 12.3797 Colorado River front work and levee system. [No place]: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 28 pp.
Bickford, M. E.

1988 21.271 The formation of continental crust: Part 1. A review of some principles; Part 2. An application to the Proterozoic evolution of southern North America. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 100(9):1375-1391. >Mon. 8: 3-18 to 3-19<
Bickford, M. E., and Hill, Barbara M.

2007 21.4219 Does the arc accretion model adequately explalin the Paleoproterozoic evolution of southern Laurentia?: An expanded interpretation. Geology, 35(2):167-170.
Bickford, M. E.; Mueller, P. A.; Kamenov, George D.; and Hill, Barbara M.

2008 21.4382 Crustal evolution of southern Laurentia during the Paleoproterozoic: Insights from zircon Hf isotopic studies of ca. 1.75 Ga rocks in central Colorado. Geology, 36(7):555-558, and GSA Data Repository Item 2008134, 3 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon in regional setting.]
Bickmore, Albert S.

1897 2.13299 American Museum of Natural History. Report of Professor Albert S. Bickmore. In: State of New York; Department of Public Instruction, Forty-third Annual Report of the State Superintendent for the school year ending July 31, 1896; transmitted to the Leglislature March 30, 1897. Albany and New York: Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., State Printers, pp. 279-297. [See p. 292, note of photography visit to Grand Canyon.]
Bicknell, C. P.

1902 2.1447 A guide book of the Grand Canyon of Arizona, with the only correct maps in print: a volume of interesting facts and gossip. Kansas City, Missouri: Fred Harvey (copyright by G. U. Young), 97 pp. [1901? date sometimes cited.] >Mon. 8: 1-12< Farquhar 63

1980 2.12256 Guide book of the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Journal of Spelean History, 14(2)(45). [Excerpt from Bicknell (1902).]
Bickowski, Lawrence J.

1994 2.1448 Brower, David Ross (1912-). In: Cunningham, William P., Ball, Terence, Cooper, Terence H., Gorham, Eville, Hepworth, Malcolm T., and Marcus, Alfred A. (eds.), Environmental Encyclopedia. Detroit, Michigan, Washington, D.C., and London: Gale Research, Inc., pp. 111-112.
Biddle, Ellen McGowan

1907 2.1449 Reminiscences of a soldier's wife. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 257 pp. Guidon 55
[Biddle, Nicholas]

1814 2.17373 [ed.] History of the expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark, to the sources of the Missouri, thence across the Rocky Mounains and down the river Columbia to the Pacific Ocean. Performed during the years 1804-5-6. by order of the government of the United States. Prepared for the ress by Paul Allen, Esquire. Vol. I. Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep; and New York: Abm. H. Inskeep, 470 pp. [A paraphrased edition of the journals of Lewis and Clark, known to have been edited by Nicholas Biddle. See p. 394: "This account persuaded us that the streams of which he spoke were southern branches of the Columbia, heading with the Rio des Apostolos, and Rio Colorado, and that the route which he mentioned was to the gulf of California: captain Clarke [sic] therefore told him that this road was too much towards the south for our purposes . . . ." See also Item no. 2.9000.]
Bie, Tom

2001 2.8065 Expeditions for the ages; ten top contemporary river explorations. Paddler, (May/June):66-69 (see introduction, p. 66).
Bieber, Ralph P.

1938 2.9884 (ed., with Averam B. Bender) Exploring southwestern trails, 1846-1854, by Philip St. George Cooke, William Henry Chase Whiting, François Xavier Aubry. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark Co., 383 pp.
Biehl, Michelle L.

1997 19.263 Colorado Plateau Natural Resource Bibliography in final stages. Colorado Plateau, 7(1)(Spring):5, 7.
Biehler, S.; Kovach, R. L.; and Allen, C. R.

1964 11.104 Geophysical framework of northern end of Gulf of California structural province. In: van Andel, Tj. H., and Shor, G. G. (eds.), Marine geology of the Gulf of California. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 3, pp. 126-143.
Biehler, Shawn

1964 11.2432 Geophysical study of the Salton Trough of southern California. Ph.D. dissertation, California Institute of Technology, 139 pp.

1971 11.3167 Gravity studies in the Imperial Valley. In: Rex, Robert W. (principal investigator), Cooperative geological-geophysical-geochemical investigations of geothermal resources in the Imperial Valley of California. Riverside, California: University of California at Riverside, pp. 29-41.
Biehler, Shawn, and Lee, Tien

1977 11.5616 Final report on a resource assessment of the Imperial Valley. University of California at Riverside, Dry Lands Research Institute, Report 10, 68, 22 pp. ("NSF/ERDA Grant AER 75-08793, Imperial County Contract CI 75/76-1".)
Biek, Bob [Biek, Robert F.]

2012 30.983 "Carving Grand Canyon--Evidence, Theories, and Mystery, Second Edition", Wayne Ranney. Utah Geological Association, Newsletter, 44(11)(November):8.
Biek, Robert F.

2009 21.4697 Ancient landslides of the Beaver Dam Mountains, Washington County, Utah. Survey Notes (Utah Geological Survey), 41(2)(May):4-6.
Biek, Robert F.; Rowley, Peter D.; Hayden, Janice M.; Hacker, David B.; Willis, Grant C.; Hintze, Lehi F.; Anderson, R. Ernest; and Brown, Kent D.

2010 24.369 Geologic map of of the St. George and East part of the Clover Mountains 30' x 60' quadrangles, Washington and Iron Counties, Utah. Utah Geological Survey, Map 242DM, 101 pp., 1 plate (map scale 1:100,000).
Bien, Morris

1905 12.2630 Remarks by Mr. Morris Bien. In: Francis, Arthur F. (compiler, ed.), Sholes, C. H. (offcial reporter), Official Proceedings of the Thirteenth National Irrigation Congress held at Portland, Ore., August 21-22,23-24, 1905. Portland, Oregon: Bushong and Co., pp. 158-164. [Includes discussions by delegates.]
Bierhaus, Sherman E.

1978 4.424 [Death of Ethel A. Metzger.] In: Letters [section]. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 1(5)(April):11. [Mrs. Art Metzger; both were U.S. Post Office employees at Grand Canyon.]
Bieri, Joanna A., and Roberts, Catherine A.

2000 14.303 Using the Grand Canyon River Trip Simulator to test new launch schedules on the Colorado River. AWIS Magazine (Association for Women in Science), 29(3):6-10.
Bierman, Paul R.; Howe, Jehanna; Stanley-Mann, Elizabeth; Peabody, Michala; Hilke, Jens; and Massey, Christine A.

2005 21.4353 Old images record landscape change through time. GSA Today (Geological Society of America), 15(4):4-10. [Previous Grand Canyon research mentioned, p. 5.]
Bierner, Mark W.

1993 19.264 Hymenoxys jamesii (Asteraceae: Heliantheae): a new species from Arizona. Madroño, 40:38-46. [N.B.: H. jamesii not from immediate Grand Canyon region; other species noted from this area.]
Biesboer, Frank, and Barten, Theo

2006 17.742 Boven de afgrond staan. De Ingenieur (Amsterdam), 118(20)(November 17):49. [Hualapai Skywalk.]
Biesty, Stephen, and Platt, Richard

1996 6.260 Stephen Biesty's incredible explosions. London: Dorling Kindersley, Ltd., 32 pp.

1996 6.261 Stephen Biesty's incredible explosions. New York: DK Publishing, 1st American Ed., 32 pp. [Exploded-view diagrams; including Grand Canyon.]
Bietz, R. R.

1961 2.20282 Receiving the Holy Spirit. Review and Herald (Seventh Day Adventist Church, Washington, D.C.), (August 17):2-3. [Lake Mead, as viewed from Hoover Dam, is used illustrated (p. 2) as a metaphor that "God has a reservoir of living water in heaven above", which is channeled into our lives. The author also notes having flown over Lake Mead (p. 3) and, later, over the Imperial Valley, seeing "the results of that water impounded in Lake Mead" (p. 3).
Big Idea Productions

2007 26.380 Moe and the big exit. Franklin, Tennessee: Big Idea. DVD. (Veggie Tales series.) [Juvenile.]

2007 26.381 Moe y el gran escape. Franklin, Tennessee: Big Idea. DVD. (Veggie Tales series.) [Juvenile.]
Bigarella, João José

1971 21.272 Wind pattern deduced from dune morphology and internal structures. Boletim Paranaense de Geociências, no. 29, pp. 73-114 (see pp. 97-103). >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1972 21.273 Eolian environments: their characteristics, recognition, and importance. In: Rigby, J. Keith, and Hamblin, William Kenneth (eds.), Recognition of ancient sedimentary environments. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Special Publication 16, pp. 12-62. >Mon. 8: 3-19<
Bigell, Werner

2006 2.11499 Distinction but not separation: Edward Abbey’s conceptualization of nature. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tromsø, 353 pp. (see pp. 81-82, 128, 161-162, 179, 255, 274, 286, 313-314, 324-325).
Bigelow, F. H.

1908 11.105 Studies on the rate of evaporation at Reno, Nevada, and in the Salton Sink. National Geographic Magazine, 19:20-28. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Bigelow, Frank H.

1907 11.2452 Studies on the phenomena of the evaporation of water over lakes and reservoirs. I--The proposed study on the problems of evaporation at the Salton Sea, southern California. Monthly Weather Review, 35(7)(July):311-316.

1910 11.5342 Studies on the phenomena of the evaporation of water over lakes and reservoirs. V.--Progress of the work in 1909 at Salton Sea and other stations in the west and east. VI.--On certain minor problems in evaporation. Monthly Weather Review, 38(2)(February):307-313.
Bigelow, Giovanni

1869 2.17349 Gli Stati Uniti d' America nel 1863. Volume Unico. Milano: Corona e Caimi Editori, 470 pp. (Collana di Storie e Memorie Contemporanee, diretta da Cesare Canto. Volume Secondo.) [Colorado River, in passing, pp. 197, 243.]
Bigelow, John

1863 2.21100 Les États-Unis d'Amérique en 1863; leur histoire politique, leurs resources minéralogiques, agricoles, industrielles et commerciales, et la part pour laquelle ils ont contribué a la richesse et la civilisation du monde entier. Paris: Librarie de L. Hachette et Cie., 551 pp. [Colorado River, in passing, p. 200.]
Bigfoot Outfitters

____ 33.228 [Internet] Hells Canyon of the Snake River. http://www.bigfootoutfitters.com/hells_canyon.htm. [Grand Canyon of the Snake.]
Biggs, Bruce

1957 17.578 Testing intelligibility among Yuman languages. International Journal of American Linguistics, 23(2)(April):57-62.
Bigler, H. W.

1894 2.16410 Bigler's biography. Deseret News, (July 21):12 [issue pagination]. [Includes note of crossing the Colorado River (at Yuma).]
Biglin, Karen; Pinkoski, Jan; and Thornton, Jan

1982 1.13 Special Collections Library; a guide to the Special Collections. Northern Arizona University Libraries, Discovery Series, no. 18, 76 pp. >Mon. 8: xxvii<
Bigsby, John J.

1878 21.6134 Flora and fauna of the Devonian and Carboniferous Periods. The genera and species arranged in tabular form, showing their horizons, recurrences, localities, and other facts. With large addenda (from recent acquisitions). London: John Van Voorst, 447 [448] pp. (Thesaurus Devonico-Carboniferus.) [Refer to abbreviations, p. 137. Colorado River (and Diamond Creek) noted, pp. 222, 360, 392; data from Newberry (1861).]
BikingDestinations.com

____ 33.238 [Internet] Limestone Canyon. http://www.bikingdestinations.com/limestone.htm. [Grand Canyon of Orange County, California.]
Bildhauer, Matt

1983 2.1450 Mooney Falls. Diversions, 5(2):27-33, 40. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Bilham, R., and Beavan, J.

1986 11.3818 (principal investigators) Tectonic tilt measurement, Salton Sea; final technical report. [New York]: Columbia University, 13 pp. (U.S. Geological Survey contract no. 14-08-001-22030.)
Bill Leverton's Road Company

1990 26.148 The Grand Canyon Railway presents The Steam Train to the Canyon (Bonnie Leverton, producer). Phoenix: Bill Leverton's Road Company. VHS. 56:00.
Bill Sandy Company

1972 26.195 A western dream. Bill Sandy Co. 35-mm film with sound [no dialog], color. 10:00. Released by United Artists Corp. >Mon. 8: 12-19<
Bill, Edward Lyman

1914 2.19796 Face the issues squarely--successfully. Music Trade Review, 59(10)(September 5):3, 5. [Editorial regarding interrupted travel to Europe. See p. 3: "The glories of our own country are unsurpassed. Americans who have viewed the wonders of the Grand Canyon of Colorado [sic] know that there is no scenery more impressive on earth. Then there is the grandeur of the Yellowstone." (entire note)]
Billberg, Roy D.

1987 14.28 The Grand Canyon and first time visitors [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 22 (1987 Proceedings Supplement):36. >Mon. 8: 7-8<
Billingsley, George

2002 2.8896 [Story.] In: Roberts, Liz (transcriber), John Riffey Memorial Tall Tale Rendezvous; Tuweep, Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park, April 21, 2001. [Tuweep, Arizona]: [Liz and Clair Roberts], pp. 76-77. [Billingsley story from journal entry dated September 27, 1969. Supplement distributed April 2002, pages dated April 21, 2001.]

2003 2.9453 [Letter acknowledging receipt of Grand Canyon Historical Society Pioneer Award.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(7):4.
Billingsley, George H.

1987 24.6 Geologic map of the southwestern Moenkopi Plateau and southern Ward Terrace, Coconino County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-1793, 1 sheet, scale 1:31,680. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-1<

1990 24.7 Geologic map of the Jumpup Canyon and Big Springs quadrangles, Mohave and Coconino Counties, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 90-258, 16 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:62,500. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1990 24.8 Geologic map of the Purgatory Canyon quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 90-540, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1990 24.9 Geologic map of the Wolf Hole Mountain West quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 90-541, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1990 24.10 Geologic map of the Lizard Point quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 90-643, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1990 24.11 Geologic map of the Wolf Hole Mountain East quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 90-644, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1991 24.12 Geologic map of the Sullivan Draw North quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 91-558, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000, text 10 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1991 24.13 Geologic map of the Sullivan Draw South quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 91-559, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000, text 9 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1991 24.14 Geologic map of the Mustang Knoll quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 91-560, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000, text 12 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1991 24.15 Geologic map of the St. George Canyon quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 91-561, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000, text 11 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-SS2-7<

1992 24.16 Geologic map of the Gyp Pocket quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 92-412, 17 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1992 24.17 Geologic map of the Hole-N-Wall Canyon quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 92-432, 15 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1992 24.18 Geologic map of the Yellowhorse Flat quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 92-442, 17 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1992 24.19 Geologic map of the Rock Canyon quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 92-449, 17 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1992 24.20 Geologic map of the Jumpup Canyon and Big Springs quadrangles, Mohave and Coconino Counties, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-2290, scale 1:62,500.

1993 24.21 Geologic map of the Lost Spring Mountain East quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 93-565, 9 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1993 24.22 Geologic map of the Lost Spring Mountain West quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 93-566, 11 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1993 24.23 Geologic map of the Dutchman Draw quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 93-587, 12 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1993 24.24 Geologic map of The Grandstand quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 93-588, 15 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1993 24.25 Geologic map of the Little Tanks quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 93-682, 13 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1993 24.26 Geologic map of the Russell Spring quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 93-717, 17 pp., 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000.

1993 24.27 Geologic map of the Wolf Hole Mountain and vicinity, Mohave County, northwestern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-2296, 1 sheet.

1994 24.28 Geologic map of the Formaster Well quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-243, 1 sheet, text 10 pp.

1994 24.29 Geologic map of the White Pockets quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-244, 1 sheet, text 11 pp.

1994 24.30 Geologic map of the Little Clayhole Valley quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-290, 1 sheet, text 11 pp.

1994 24.31 Geologic map of the Antelope Knoll quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-449, 1 sheet, text 18 pp.

1994 24.32 Geologic map of the Hat Knoll quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-554, 1 sheet, text 14 pp.

1994 24.33 Geologic map of the Moriah Knoll quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 94-634, 1 sheet, text 15 pp.

1997 24.34 Geologic map of the Mount Logan quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 97-426, 1 sheet, text 21 pp.

1997 24.35 Geologic map of the Mount Trumbull NW quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 97-488, 1 sheet, text 19 pp.

1997 24.36 Geologic map of the Poverty Spring quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 97-493, 1 sheet, text 13 pp.

2001 24.235 [Geologic summary accompanying] Billingsley, George H., and Hampton, Haydee M., Geologic map of the House Rock Spring quadrangle, Coconino County, northern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-2367, 17 pp.

2003 24.233 Geologic summary. In: Billingsley, George H., and Wellmeyer, Jessica L., Geologic map of the Mount Trumbull 30' x 60' quadrangle, Mohave and Coconino Counties, northwestern Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Geologic Investigations Series, I-2766, pamphlet, pp. 1-30.
Billingsley, George H. [George H. Billingsley, Jr.]

1970 21.274 General geology of Tuckup Canyon, central Grand Canyon, Mohave County, Arizona. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 115 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1974 21.275 Mining in Grand Canyon. In: Breed, W. J., and Roat, E. C. (eds.), Geology of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Museum of Northern Arizona, and Grand Canyon Natural History Association, pp. 170-178. >Mon. 8: 7-8<

1976 21.276 Prospectors' proving ground; mining in the Grand Canyon. Journal of Arizona History, 17(1):69-88. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1978 21.277 A synopsis of stratigraphy in the western Grand Canyon. Museum of Northern Arizona, Research Paper 16, 27 pp. [Issued with typewritten corrigenda; this is also reproduced in Spamer (1983), Geological Society of America, Microform Publication 13, p. 94.] >Mon. 8: 3-19< FQ9A:6 FQ10:38 FQ11:45 FQ12A:28 FQ13:52

1979 21.278 Preliminary report of buried valleys at the Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary in western Grand Canyon. In: Beus, Stanley S., and Rawson, Richard R. (eds.), Carboniferous stratigraphy in the Grand Canyon country, northern Arizona and southern Nevada. 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, Field Trip no. 13. American Geological Institute, AGI Selected Guidebook Series, no. 2, pp. 115-117. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1986 21.279 Erosional patterns prior to deposition of the Surprise Canyon Formation in Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 18(5):341. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1986 21.280 Relations of the Surprise Canyon and Watahomigi Formations to breccia pipes in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 18(5):342. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1989 21.281 Mesozoic strata at Lees Ferry, 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. 137-138. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1989 21.282 Mining activity in the Grand Canyon area, 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. 224-227. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1997 21.283 The Permian clastic sedimentary rocks of northwestern Arizona. In: Geolgoic studies in the Basin and Range-Colorado Plateau transition in southeastern Nevada, southwestern Utah, and northwestern Arizona, 1995. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 2153-F, pp. 109-123, 2 plates.

1998 21.3835 Paleo Permian/Triassic river systems of northwestern Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 30(6):4.

1999 21.284 Chapter C. Paleovalleys of the Surprise Canyon Formation in Grand Canyon. In: Billingsley, George H., and Beus, Stanley S. (eds.), Geology of the Surprise Canyon Formation of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 61, pp. 17-72. [Erratum: The legends for figures C16 and C17 are transposed; fide G. H. Billingsley. References combined for volume, pp. 245-250.]

1999 21.285 Chapter D. Erosional surfaces of the Surprise Canyon Formation. In: Billingsley, George H., and Beus, Stanley S. (eds.), Geology of the Surprise Canyon Formation of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 61, pp. 53-68. [References combined for volume, pp. 245-250.]

2000 21.3606 Volcanic events of the past 20 Ma in the western Grand Canyon region: Significance to Grand Canyon erosion. In: Young, Richard A. (coordinator, preparer), Abstracts for a working conference on the Cenozoic geologic evolution of the Colorado River system and the erosional chronology of the Grand Canyon region; June 7-9, 2000, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. [Geneseo, New York: State University of New York at Geneseo], pp. 1-3. [Young's note: "Many of the abstracts contained in this volume are preliminary, unreviewed working documents and should not be cited as formal references in other research papers."]

2001 21.3702 The erosion of the Grand Canyon. In: Mathez, Edmond A. (ed.), Earth: Inside and out. New York: New Press, pp. 118-123. (An American Museum of Natural History Book.)

2001 21.4003 Volcanic rocks of the Grand Canyon area. In: Young, Richard A., and Spamer, Earle E. (eds.), Colorado River: Origin and evolution; proceedings of a symposium held at Grand Canyon National Park in June, 2000. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 223-229. (Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 12.) [2004.]
Billingsley, George H., and Beus, Stanley S.

1985 21.286 The Surprise Canyon Formation--an Upper Mississippian and Lower Pennsylvanian(?) rock unit in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 1605-A, pp. A27-A33. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1999 21.287 (eds.) Geology of the Surprise Canyon Formation of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 61, 254 pp., Plates A1-A9 (including Plate A1, map in pocket). [Also an "Errata sheet" distributed by Billingsley in July 1999, [5] pp.] FQ15:47 FQ17:57

1999 21.288 Chapter A. Overview of the Surprise Canyon Formation. In: Billingsley, George H., and Beus, Stanley S. (eds.), Geology of the Surprise Canyon Formation of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 61, pp. 1-8. [References combined for volume, pp. 245-250.]
Billingsley, George H., and Bohannon, R. G.

1995 24.37 Geologic map of the Elbow Canyon quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-560, 1 sheet, text 17 pp.
Billingsley, George H., and Breed, William J.

1973 21.289 The origin of barbed tributaries in Marble Canyon, Arizona. Plateau, 45:128-132. >Mon. 8: 3-19<

1976 21.290 Mississippian nautiloids of the Grand Canyon. Plateau, 48:67-70. >Mon. 8: 3-19<
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