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Barnett, Tim P., and Pierce, David W.

2009 12.2252 Sustainable water deliveries from the Colorado River in a changing climate. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 106(18)(May 5):7334-7338 + Supporting Information, www.pnas.org/cgi/content/full/0812762106/DCSupplemental, 6 pp.

2009 11.1603 Reply to comment by J. J. Barsugli et al. on "When will Lake Mead go dry?". Water Resources Research, 45(9), DOI 10.1029/2009WR008219.
Barney, Earl

1973 2.1304 Let's catch stripers. In: Colorado River guidebook, pp. 10, 28. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Barney, James M.

1939 2.1305 La Paz, a famous placer camp on the Colorado River. Arizona Highways, 15(7):14-15, 40.

1940 2.1306 When La Paz was the county seat of Yuma County. Arizona Highways, 16(7):26-27.

1949 11.85 Arizona's trail of gold, Part III. Sheriff, 8(4):9-10, 20-22.

1952 2.1307 Steamboat on the river. Arizona Highways, 28(2):2-5.

1953 2.1308 Yuma crossing on the Colorado River at the beginning of the Gold Rush, 1849. Sheriff, (March).

1953 2.1309 Yuma. Phoenix: Charter Oak Insurance Co., 43 pp.

1954 2.1310 The establishment of Old Fort Yuma. Sheriff, (June):47-52.

1955 2.1311 Early history of Yuma County. Sheriff, (August-September).

1955 2.1312 Riverman of the Colorado. Sheriff, 9(December):33-35. [Isaac Polhamus.]
Barnhard, T. P., and Anderson, R. E.

1991 21.173 Tectonic significance of dike orientations in the Lake Mead area of Nevada and Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 23(5):A233. >Mon. 8: 3-100<
Barnhardt, Walter

1999 22.539 Ground-penetrating radar examines sand bars in Grand Canyon. Sound Waves (U.S. Geological Survey), (November).
Barnhardt, Walter; Kayen, Robert; Rubin, David; and Minasian, Diane

2001 22.692 The internal structure of sand bars on the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, as determined by ground-penetrating radar. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report, 01-425.
Barnhart, W. R.

2012 21.5969 A hydrodynamic interpretation of the Tapeats Sandstone. Part II: Middle and upper Tapeats. Creation Research Society Quarterly, 49(1)(Summer):19-42.

2012 21.5803 A hydrodynamic interpretation of the Tapeats Sandstone. Part I: Basal Tapeats. Creation Research Society Quarterly, 48(Spring):288-311.
Barnum, Douglas A.

2006 11.7372 Integrated science investigations of the Salton Sea, California, USA [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 87(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract H51H-01.
Barnum, Douglas A., and Johnson, Steven

2004 11.2559 The Salton Sea as important waterfowl habitat in the Pacific Flyway. In: Shuford, W. David, and Molina, Kathy C. (eds.), Ecology and conservation of birds of the Salton Sink: An endangered ecosystem. Studies in Avian Biology, no. 27, pp. 100-105.
Barnum, Douglas A.; Elder, John F.; Stephens, Doyle; and Friend, Milton

2002 11.3271 (eds.) Developments in hydrolobiology; the Salton Sea. Proceedings of the Salton Sea Symposium, held in Desert Hot Springs, California, U.S.A., 13-14 January 2000. Hydrobiologia, 473:1-306 [entire number].
Baron, Dirk

2009 21.4764 [Department Chair's comments, including note and photograph of Colorado River trip in Grand Canyon.] In: Faculty and Staff News [section]. CSU Bakersfield Department of Geology Newsletter, (Fall):[3]. [California State University.]
Baron, Jill S.; Allen, Craig D.; Fleishman, Erica; Gunderson, Lance; McKenzie, Don; Meyerson, Laura; Oropeza, Jill; and Stephenson, Nate

2008 18.1605 National parks. In: Julius, Susan Herrod, and West, Jordan M. (eds.), Preliminary review of adaptation options for climate-sensitive ecosystems and resources; U.S. Climate Change Science program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research; Final report, Synthesis and Assessment Product 4.4. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Climate Change Science Program, pp. 4-1 to 4-68. [Includes Colorado River.]
Baron, Jill S.; Poff, N. LeRoy; Angermeier, Paul L.; Dahm, Clifford N.; Gleick, Peter H.; Hairston, Nelson G., Jr.; Jackson, Robert B.; Johnston, Carol A.; Richter, Brian D.; and Steinman, Alan D.

2003 11.1372 Sustaining healthy freshwater ecosystems. Issues in Ecology, no. 10 (Winter), 16 pp.

2003 11.1373 Ecosistemas de agua dulce sustentables. Tópicos en Ecología, no. 10 (Invierno), 16 pp. [Spanish translation of 11.1372; María Laura Yahdjian, translator.]
Baron, Michael; Chrisman, Laura; Henderson, Treva; and Hochstetler, Phyllis

1991 18.145 Human impact study on the beaches of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. In: Colorado River Investigations #10; July-August, 1991 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, Lawrence E. Stevens, and Frank B. Lojko). Report submitted to Robert Chandler, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 1-26.
Barone, Dan

2011 8.463 Thoughts leaving Diamond Creek. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(4)(Winter 2011-2012):8.
Barone, Jessica L.

2013 21.6206 Calderas, arches and student success: The peaks and potholes of implementing a field course at a two-year college. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):205. [Monroe Community College, Rochester, New York.]
Barque, Mariam; Le Coz, Martin; and Grimaldi, Thibaud

2012 12.4224 Hoover dam [sic]. Inf'OSE (Mines ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis, France), (67)(April):18-19. [English ed.; article translated by Manon Fouquet. "The newspaper of the Advanced Master OSE" (Optimisation des Systèmes Énérgetiques).]
Barr, James L., and Pingry, David E.

1977 12.4237 An economic analysis of the Central Arizona Project. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, 7:15-28.

1977 12.1617 The Central Arizona Project: an inquiry into its potential impacts. Arizona Review, 26(April):1-49.
Barr, Nevada

1999 2.1313 We can go home again. National Parks, 73(5-6)(May/June):26-28.
Barr, Tom

1994 9.45 Unique Arizona; a guide to the state's quirks, charisma, and character. Santa Fe, New Mexico: John Muir Publications, 108 pp.
Barr, William F.

1972 19.4322 New species of North American Acmaeodera (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Museu Boçage, Archivos (Lisboa), Series 2, 2(7):145-201. [See Acmaeodera pletura, n.sp., pp. 164-166, Figure 12 (p. 199).; "Additional paratypes" from (among other locales) North and South Rims of Grand Canyon.]
Barragán, Salatiel

no date 2.18576 Gran Desierto de Altar/The Great Desert of Altar. México: V México al Maximo, [6] pp. (VM Recorriendo México/Touring Mexico.) [Texts in Spanish and English.]
Barrash,Warren, and Venkatakrishnan, Ramesh

1982 21.5921 Timing of late Cenozoic volcanic and tectonic events along the western margin of the North American plate. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 93(October):977-989.
Barrell, Joseph

1906 21.174 Relative geological importance of continental, littoral, and marine sedimentation, Part 3, Mud-cracks as a criterion of continental sedimentation. Journal of Geology, 14:524-568 (see pp. 553, 560-566). >Mon. 8: 3-16<

1908 21.4866 [Author's abstract from Barrell (1906).] Geologisches Centralblatt, 10:250-252.

1908 11.2690 Relations between climate and terrestrial deposits--Continued. Part II. Relation of sediments to regions of deposition. Journal of Geology, 16(3)(April/May):255-295. [See in section, "Lower Flood Plains--Aqueous Deltas", pp. 259-261; includes Colorado River, p. 260.]
Barrett Company

1936 12.1362 Boulder Dam; a modern engineering triumph. New York: Barrett Co.
Barrett, Brenda

2005 11.4298 National Heritage Areas: Places on the land, places in the mind. George Wright Forum, 22(1):10-18.
Barrett, Celin Jeannette

1899 2.13863 [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. 34.
Barrett, Clifford

1992 13.428 Impacts and benefits of the hydropower plants along the Colorado River. In: Proceedings; Western Regional Instream Flow Conference, October 2-3, 1992, Snow King Resort, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, pp. 77-82.

1994 13.429 CREDA [Colorado River Energy Distributors Association]. In: Perspectives on the Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Draft Statement. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 16.
Barrett, Didi

2001 2.18927 Thornton Dial Jr. (b. 1953); Little Buck. In: Arnett, William, and Arnett, Paul, Souls grown deep; African American vernacular art of the South; Volume Two; Once that river starts to flow. Atlanta, Georgia: Tinwood Books, pp. 470-483. [See p. 470, illustration, "Thornton Dial jr. with his Spirits of the Grand Canyon".]
Barrett, Elaine

1995 2.21442 Pictographs in an Arizona ruin. Earthworks (Ancient Earthworks Society, Madison, Wisconsin), (Summer Soltice):8-9. [See p. 8, comments on visiting Grand Canyon.]
Barrett, F. Moulton

1899 2.13997 [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. 104.
Barrett, Frank N.

1896 2.14255 The ubiquitous tin can. American Kitchen Magazine, 5(2)(May):53-60. [See p. 60: "Years ago, when the writer camped at noon in the great Coconino forest of Arizona, in a region without a house, and where the land was unsurveyed, the first object he saw was the ubiquitous tin can. And when 4,000 to 5,000 feet within the jaws of the Grand Canon of the Colorado, the camp fire was started, the tin can, bearing well-known names, immediately put the memory in touch with home and familiar scenes." (entire note)] [Compare Item no. 2.17714.]

1909 2.17714 Farm-factory-fireside. How the cannery has united all three. Trade (Detroit, Michigan), 16(8)(February 24):10-14. ("Illustrated lecture delivered by Farnk N. Barrett, editor American Grocer, at Ryerson Public Library, Grand Rapids, Feb. 8, 1909. Seventy-five or one hundred illustrations were used, some of which are shown herewith [not illustrated].") [See p. 11: "Years ago, when the writer camped at noon in the great Coconino forest of Arizona, in a region without a house, and where the land was unsurveyed, the first object he saw was the ubiquitous tin can. And when 4,000 to 5,000 feet within the jaws of the Grand Canon of Colorado [sic], the camp fire was started, discarded tin cans were found bearing well known names, and which immediately put the memory in touch with home and familiar scenes." (entire note)] [Compare Item no. 2.14255.]
Barrett, J. T.

1918 2.17237 Thomas Jonathan Burrill (1839-1916). Phytopathology, 8(1)(January):1-4. [See p. 1: "In the summer of 1867 a rare opportunity came to him, in that he was selected as botanist to accompany Major John W. Powell on his expedition to explore the Grand Canyon of the Colorado and surrounding regions." (sic, expedition to state of Colorado)]
Barrett, Jim, and Polly, Kris

2013 12.4325 Making every drop count: A conversation with Jim Barrett of Coachella Valley Water District. Irrigation Leader, 4(10)(November/December):cover, 4-6.
Barrett, Lewis S.

2006 7.606 Jack Barrett; builder of the dam. New York, Lincoln (Nebraska), and Shanghai: iUniverse, Inc., 215 pp. [Cover adds to subtitle: An Autobiographical Novel.] [Hoover Dam.]
Barrett, Marty

2013 2.18822 Across this beautiful country and back in the 997. Tobacco Roads (Porsche Club of America, Carolinas Region, Charlotte, North Carolina), (July):7-10. [Includes Boulder Dam [Hoover Dam], Lake Mead, and Glen Canyon Dam.]
Barrett, P. J.

1965 11.3865 Geology of the area between the Axel Heiberg and Shackleton glaciers, Queen Maud Range, Antarctica. Part 2--Beacon Group. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 8(2)(May):344-363 [consolidated references for issue, pp. 364-370]. [Sedimentological comparisons with Colorado River delta, pp. 358, 362.]
Barrett, R.

1985 2.1314 Luxurious nostalgia: the El Tovar is an attempt to recapture the glory of the past. Arizona, (February 24):10-12+. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Barrett, S. A.

1925 2.15998 Photographing in the Grand Canyon. Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee, Yearbook 1923, 3:157-164.
Barrette, Keith

1979 11.6724 The Blythe intaglios: Myths or markers. Desert Magazine, 42(8)(August):36-37.
Barrie, Don

1999 2.1315 A day of flatwater hell. Paddler, 19(5)(September/October):35-36. [Black Canyon.]
Barring, Felicity |New York Times|

2012 3.1398 (January 7) U.S. to block new uranium mines near Grand Canyon. By Felicity Barringer. (p. A16)
Barringer, Felicity |New York Times|

1991 3.1566 (January 8) Faded but vibrant, Indian languages struggle to keep their voices alive. by Felicity Barringer. [Includes Lucille Watahomigie, Hualapai.]

2008 3.1594 (February 13) Lake Mead could be within a few years of going dry, study finds. by Felicity Barringer.

2008 3.1375 (February 7) Uranium exploration near Grand Canyon. By Felicity Barringer.

2008 3.1376 (March 6) Torrent in Colorado river is unleashed to aid fish. By Felicity Barringer.

2011 3.1627 (December 16) Park Service relents on ban of water bottles. By Felicity Barringer. (p. A25)

2011 3.1396 (November 10) Parks leader blocked Grand Canyon bottle ban. By Felicity Barringer. (p. A4)

2012 3.1628 (February 7) Arizona: Disposable bottles to be banned at park. By Felicity Barringer. (p. A18)

2012 3.1631 (May 24) Dam's flow limit loosened to feed Grand Canyon. By Felicity Barringer. (p. A18)

2014 3.1765 (November 11) Preserving an accident for the good of nature. Created by mistake, the Salton Sea is now a threatened refuge for birds. By Felicity Barringer. (pp. A16, A19)
Barringer, Felicity |New York Times|

2010 3.1386 (September 27) Water use in Southwest heads for a day of reckoning. By Felicity Barringer.
Barrington, J., and Kerr, P. F.

1961 21.176 Breccia pipe near Cameron, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 72:1611--1674. [For disscussion, see McBirney, Alexander (1963), 74:227-232 (Item no. 21.2107); and reply, see Kerr and Barrington, 74:233-238 (Item no. 21.6162).] >Mon. 8: 3-16<

1963 21.177 Collapse features and silica plugs near Cameron, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 74:1237-1258. >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Barrios, Frank M.

2002 2.8659 An 1869 appointment with death. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 13(1)(January/March):3-6. [Dunn-Howlands.]

2005 2.10690 An appointment with death: The Howland-Dunn tragedy revisited. In: Anderson, Michael F. (compiler, ed.), A gathering of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the inaugural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 13, pp. 145-148.

2013 16.949 Ghost Rock. 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. 101-106.
Barroff, Marie

1987 2.1316 Rafting down the Grand Canyon: a meditation. Virginia Quarterly Review, 63(Summer):498-514. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Barrows, Cameron

1998 11.846 The case for wholesale removal. In: The debate over tamarisk. Restoration and Management Notes, 16(2)(Winter):135-139. [Includes reply by Bertin Anderson (p. 138) and rejoinder by Cameron Barrows (pp. 138-139).]

1998 11.847 [Rejoinder to reply by Bertin Anderson.] In: The debate over tamarisk. Restoration and Management Notes, 16(2)(Winter):138-139.
Barrows, David P.

1900 2.1317 The desert of the Colorado. On a dry trail. Land of Sunshine, 13(5)(November):312-322, and frontispiece to issue. FQ9:46 [number]

1900 2.11112 The Colorado Desert. National Geographic Magazine, 11(9)(September):337-351.
Barrows, David Prescott

1900 11.5054 The ethno-botany of the Coahuilla Indians of southern Califonria; a dissertation submitted to the faculties of the Graduate Schools of Arts, Literature, and Science, in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Department of Anthropology). Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 82 pp.
Barrows, Eliza J. (Howland)

1986 2.8286 Howland brothers join the John Wesley Powell expedition to explore the Colorado River that flows through the Grand Canyon--April 1869. Howland Quarterly (Pilgrim John Howland Society), 50(4)(July):1-4. [N.B.: Pages 1-2 is front wrap, followed by memorial page; pagination for this item continues afterward.]
Barrus, Clara

1910 2.1318 With John o' Birds and John o' Mountains in the Southwest. Century Magazine, 80(4)(August):521-528. [John Burroughs and John Muir.] >Mon. 8: 1-11<

1914 2.14138 Our friend John Burroughs; including autobiographical sketches by Mr. Burroughs. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., and Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Riverside Press, 287 pp. [See pp. 235-237, 244, 252.]

1920 6.681 John Burroughs; boy and man. Garden City (New York) and Toronto: Doubleday, Page and Co., 385 pp. (see pp. 340-343). [Also later printings.]

1925 2.15048 The life and letters of John Burroughs. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., The Riverside Press, 2 volumes, 397, 486 pp.

1928 2.1319 (ed.) The heart of Burroughs's journals. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 361 pp. (see pp. 223, 255, 256, 260). [John Burroughs.]
Barry, Cynthia

2004 2.10243 Old Faithful Inn hits a hundred. In: Geographica [section]. National Geographic, 206(6)(December). [See "Other Landmarks in Parks"; El Tovar, in passing.]
Barry, L.

1969 2.1320 Down, down and away. Popular Photography, 64(March):14+. >Mon. 8: 1-11<

1971 2.1321 Touring Grand Canyon by plane. Popular Photography, 68(February):36+. >Mon. 8: 1-11<
Barry, Richard

1920 7.222 Fruit of the desert. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 245 pp. [See particularly Chapter 4, “Across the Grand Cañon”, pp. 24-28.]
Barsigian, Carl, and Kane, Gregory C.

2000 15.694 Primary coccidioidal cavity in a woman with travel to Arizona. Clinical Pulmonary Medicine, 7(5)(September):285-. [Patient's travels included Grand Canyon.]
Barstad, Jan, and Rink, Bob

1997 2.1322 Getting around the Grand Canyon; a travel guide for the physically challenged. Arizona Highways, 73(3):32-35. [General article, with list of additional sources of information.]
Barsugli, J. J.; Nowak, Kenneth; Rajagopalan, Balaji; Prairie, James R.; and Harding, Benjamin

2009 11.1602 Comment on "When will Lake Mead go dry?" Water Resources Research, 45(9): DOI 10.1029/2008WR007627. [Comment on Barnett and Pierce (2008); also see Reply by Barnett and Pierce, 45(9).]
Bart, Edmund J.

1899 2.14056 [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. 122.
Bart, Jonathan, and Manning, Ann

2008 11.4638 Lower Colorado River riparian bird surveys, 2007. Boulder City, Nevada: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region, Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, 46 pp.
Bart, Jonathan; Dunn, Leah; and Leist, Amy

2010 11.1951 A sampling plan for riparian birds of the lower Colorado River--Final report. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2010-1158, 20 pp.
Bartel, Jim A.

1994 19.218 Cupressaceae; cypress family. [In: A new flora for Arizona in preparation.] Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 27(2):195-200.
Bartell, Gerald

2001 2.8063 Page and Powell at the movies. Highroads (AAA Arizona), 46(2)(May/June):14-17. [N.B.: Illustration, p. 17, "Page mountains at dusk", shows Grand Canyon.]
Bartels, Joe

2009 28.698 Honorable mention; Joe Bartels, Phoenix; "Mother Earth". In: Ensenberger, Peter, and Kida, Jeff (eds.), And the winner is . . . Arizona Highways, 85(9):36. [Arizona Highways' first online photography contest. Ellipsis is part of title.]
Barter, James

2003 6.366 The Colorado. San Diego: Lucent Books/Thomson Gale, 112 pp.
Barter, Judith A.

2003 2.9645 (with contributions by Andrew J. Walker) Window on the West; Chicago and the art of the new frontier, 1890-1940. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, Hudson Hills Press, and National Book Network. [Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, 28 June-13 October 2003.]
Barth, Andrew P.; Coleman, Drew S.; Fleck, Robert; and Probst, Kelly R.

2006 11.2275 Volcanism along the eastern margin of the Salton Trough: Constraints on the kinematics of initiation of the southern San Andreas transform fault system. In: Lithospheric Rupture in the Gulf of California-Salton Trough Region; MARGINS-RCL Workshop, Ensenada, Mexico, 9-13 January, 2006, Abstracts, p. 10. [Rupturing Continental Lithosphere.]
Barthel, Peggy

2008 11.2422 Sources of groundwater recharge to Mojave Chub Spring. From: Proceedings of the 2008 Desert Symposium: abstracts and short papers. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.) Trough to trough; the Colorado River and the Salton Sea. [No place]: Desert Studies Consortium, California State University; and LSA Associates, Inc., p. 111.
Barthelemy, Bennett

2011 28.1018 Ultra Quasar pitched by the approach to Zoroaster, Grand Canyon USA. In: Product guide; Spring/Summer 2011. Alfreton, Derbyshire, United Kingdom: Terra Nova Equipment Limited, cover [legend on back cover]. [2009 photo of tent, with Zoroaster Temple in background.]
Barthelme, Frederick

1995 7.15 Painted desert; a novel. New York: Viking, 243 pp.
Bartholomew, Alison, and Bartholomew, Nate

2012 2.17126 Rick Thompson's Black Canyon kayak/canoe trip, March 1-4-2012. The Rambler (Wasatch Mountain Club, Salt Lake City), (May):14-17.
Bartholomew, George A., Jr.; Dawson, William R.; and O'Neill, Edward J.

1953 11.2757 A field study of temperature regulation in young white pelicans, Pelecanus erythrorhynchos. Ecology, 34(3)(July):554-560. [Salton Sea.]
Bartish, Tim

2002 2.9260 Harbors to canyons: The role of Great Lakes boatbuilders in the exploration of the Colorado Plateau. Inland Seas, 58(4)(Winter):285-296.
Bartlett, A. Eugene

1925 2.1323 Least known America. New York: Revell (see pp. 141-149). >Mon. 8: 1-11<
Bartlett, Betty L.

1989 2.19550 Then and now. Rimmin' (Grand Canyon Pioneers), 5(5)(June/July):[3]-[6]. [Grand Canyon photographs with legends.]

1989 28.962 Kaibab Trail, Cedar Ridge--11-30 '88. Rimmin' (Grand Canyon Pioneers), 5(5)(June/July):[1].

1992 2.19555 Commentary. Rimmin' (Grand Canyon Pioneers and Villagers), 7(1)(Spring/Summer):[11].
Bartlett, D. L., Jr.

1901 2.21559 An Arizona "hold-up." The Jersey Bulletin (Indianapolis, Indiana), 20(8)(February 20):151. [Recounts a stage ride from Flagstaff to Grand Canyon and a stay at the "Grand Canon hotel" (Grandview Hotel); driver identified as "Thurber". While returning to Flagstaff they were encountered by two horsemen, who they believed would hold them up, but they were looking for "a poor little Jersey cow" (which later was sighted by the passengers).]
Bartlett, Ellsworth Thomas

1974 18.1470 A decision-aiding model for planning optimal resource allocation of water basins. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 132 pp. [Study area is the central portion of the Arizona Strip.]
Bartlett, I. S.

1918 2.13324 (ed.) History of Wyoming. Volume I. Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 667 pp. [See "Exploring the Grand Canyon", pp. 618-619; "Maj. J. W. Powell", p. 620; "James White", p. 620; "Miscellaneous Expeditions", p. 621; "Kolb Brothers", pp. 621-622.]
Bartlett, John Russell

1854 2.1324 Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, connected with the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, during the years 1850, '51, '52, and '53. New York and London: D. Appleton and Co., 2 volumes, 506 pp., 624 pp. [Farquhar (1953, p. 15) cited, "The illustrations in the Bartlett volumes do not conform to the lists."] >Mon. 8: 1-11< Farquhar 17 Guidon 40 Howes B201 Wagner-Camp 234:1

1854 2.1325 Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, connected with the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, during the years 1850, '51, '52, and '53. London: George Routledge and Co., and New York: D. Appleton and Co., 2 volumes, 506 pp., 624 pp. Wagner-Camp 234:2

1854 2.1326 Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, connected with the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, during the years 1850, '51, '52, and '53. New York: D. Appleton and Co., and London [not indicated], 2 volumes in 1, 506, 624 pp. Wagner-Camp 234:3

1854 2.19058 Pacific railroad. American Railroad Journal, 27(927) [Series 2, 10(3)](January 21):44-45. [Correspondence to Levi S. Chatfield, president, Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company.]

1855 2.1327 Zur Thier-Geographie von Texas, Neu-Mexico, California etc. Mittheilungen aus Justus Perthes' Geographischer Ansalt über Wichtige Neue Erforschungen auf dem Gesammtgebiete der Geographie von Dr. A. Petermann [Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen], 1855(June):121-126.

1856 2.1328 Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, connected with the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, during the years 1850, '51, '52, and '53. Two volumes complete in one. New York and London: D. Appleton and Co., 2 volumes in 1 (separately paginated "volumes" (parts), each with the 1854 dated volume title-page), 506, 624 pp., and separate title-page for volume.

1877 2.15931 Dictionary of Americanisms: A glossary of words and phrases usually regarded as peculiar to the United States. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 4th ed., greatly improved and enlarged, 813 pp. [See "Cañon", p. 96; includes quotation from John Wesley Powell.]

1965 2.1329 Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, connected with the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, during the years 1850, '51, '52, and '53. Chicago: Rio Grande Press, 2 volumes. FQ13:36 Guidon 41
Bartlett, Katharine

1933 17.41 The Indians of northern Arizona. Museum Notes (Museum of Northern Arizona), 5(12):65-70. >Mon. 8: 6-5<

1940 2.1330 How Don Pedro de Tovar discovered the Hopi and Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas saw the Grand Canyon, with notes upon probable route. Plateau, 12:37-45. >Mon. 8: 1-11<

1962 1.11 (compiler, with Judith Davis) A bibliography of articles in Museum Notes and Plateau through Volume 31, ending April 1959. With lists of other museum publications: Bulletins, Ceramic Series, Reprint Series and Technical Series. Flagstaff: Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, Inc., 36 pp. (Supplement to Plateau, 31.) >Mon. 8: xxvii<

1978 1.12 Plateau index, volumes 32-48, July 1959-Spring 1978. Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 58 pp. >Mon. 8: xxix<
Bartlett, Katharine; Colton, Harold S.; and Holterman, Jack

1995 2.1331 Spanish pathways. Cañon Journal, 1(1):32-41. [Piece is taken from the writings of these authors in the serial Plateau, 1930, 1934, 1940, 1955, 1959.]
Bartlett, Linda

1982 8.541 Morning canyon. In: Thorum, Reho R. (ed.), Canyon voices; a selection of poetry about the Grand Canyon. Fredonia, Arizona: Reho R. Thorum, p. 33.
Bartlett, Mary M.

1958 2.20694 Bill Bass--Arizona institution. Desert Magazine, 21(12)(December):26. [Letter in reply to article by Nell Murbarger (see Item no. 2.4755).]
Bartlett, O. C.

no date 19.4580 Considering part of the country in Arizona north of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River. In: McComie, A. M., Jacobs, C. C., and Bartlett, O. C., The Arizona Strip; report of a reconnoissance [sic] of the country north of the Grand Canyon. Phoenix: Arizona Board of Control, pp. 8-19. [1915.] [Chiefly pertaining to agriculture.]
Bartlett, Peg

1996 2.1332 [Item on the theft of Tikki's journal.] In: In the mail [feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 9(3):4.

2010 2.15014 Spirit unbroken. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(4)(Winter 2010-2011):15-17. [Includes comments and selections from Tikki's journal.]
Bartlett, Richard A.

1962 2.1333 Great surveys of the American West. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 408 pp. FQ8:25 [4th printing, 1986] FQ9:48 [4th printing, 1986] Guidon 43 [1966 printing]

1963 2.1334 John Wesley Powell and the great surveys: A problem in historiography. In: Ferris, Robert G. (ed.), The American West; an appraisal; papers from the Denver Conference on the History of Western America. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico Press, pp. 48-57, 232-234. >Mon. 8: 1-11<

1998 2.1335 Exploration, Spanish. In: Lamar, Howard R. (ed.), The new encyclopedia of the American West. New Haven, Connecticut, and London: Yale University Press, pp. 354-356.
Bartlett, Rickey, and Elliott, David K.

2011 21.5576 The paleoecology of the Coconino Sandstone depositional environment: The case for available surface water. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 43(5):30.
Bartlett, W. S.

1899 2.13911 [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. 69.
Bartojay, Katie, and Joy, Westin

2011 12.2763 Long-term properties of Hoover Dam mass concrete. In: Wiltshire, Richard L., Gilbert, David R., and Rogers, Jerry R. (eds.), Hoover Dam 75th anniversary symposium; proceedings of the Hoover Dam 75th anniversary history symposium, October 21-22, 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada; sponsored by the History and Heritage Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Reston, Virginia: American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 74-84.
Barton, Bruce

1932 2.8883 A parade of the states (foreword by Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.). [New York:] Doubleday, Doran and Co., Inc. (distributed by Garden City Publishing Co., Inc.), 198 pp. (see pp. 5-7).
Barton, Laura Tolfree

2002 2.9151 Letter to the editor. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(11):4. [Inquiry for information about Tolfrees.]
Barton, R. J. "Bart"

1992 2.10458 Dining railway style. Journal of the West, 31(1)(January):31-35.
Bartos, Dale L.

2007 19.4304 Aspen. In: Hood, Sharon M., and Miller, Melanie (eds.), Fire ecology and management of the major ecosystems of southern Utah. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-202, pp. 39-55. [Includes Arizona Strip.]
Bartos, Frances Maribel

1972 21.6018 Pollen in fecal pellets as an environmental indicator. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 94 pp. [Grand Canyon collections include Stanton's Cave, Buck Farm Canyon, and rim of Fossil Bay.]

1972 19.3958 Pollen in fecal pellets as an environmental indicator. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 94 pp.
Bartsch, D.; Driessen, S.; Gathmann, A.; Hoffmann, A.; Lehnen, M.; Muecher, T.; Saeglitz, C.; Wehres, U.; and Schuphan, I.

2002 11.7002 Monitoring the environmental consequences of gene flow from transgenic sugar beet. In: Scientific Methods Workshop: Ecological and Agronomic Consequences of Gene Flow form Transgenic Crops to Wild Relatives; meeting proceedings; the University Plaza Hotel and Conference Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, March 5th and 6th, 2002, pp. 78-93. [See section 2.7, "Gene flow from cultivars to weed beet in California", pp. 82-83, which includes Imperial Valley; and Figure 4 (p. 92).]
Bartsch, Paul

1905 19.219 Notes on the genus Sonorella, with descriptions of new species. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 47:187-200. [See Sonorella coloradoënsis (Stearns), pp. 189-190, Plate 32, figure 3.] [Sonorella coloradoensis.] >Mon. 8: 4-11<
Bartschi, Darel P.

1982 8.524 Grand Canyon. In: Thorum, Reho R. (ed.), Canyon voices; a selection of poetry about the Grand Canyon. Fredonia, Arizona: Reho R. Thorum, p. 16.
Bartz, Joan

2012 13.2990 Political pawns. In: Letters [section]. High Country News, 44(13)(August 6):4. [In response to Emily Guerin's online blog, "Grand Cacophony National Park?", which coincided with the print item by Guerin, "(Not so) quiet canyon" (HCN, 44(12)(July 23):3).]
Basco, Douglas

2002 28.454 [Colorado River at Buck Farm Canyon.] In: Miner, Carrie M., Experience Arizona [section]. Arizona Highways, 78(4):54.
Basdeo, Dawattie, and Cutler, Angela

2014 6.1001 Magnificent me, magnificent you; the Grand Canyon. Winchester, United Kingdom, and Washington, USA: Our Street Books (John Hunt Publishing Ltd., Alresford, Hampshire, U.K.), [48] pp. [pp. [42]-[48] blank]. (Natural World Treasures Young Yogi Series; Holistic World, Yoga Kids.)
Basehart, Harry W., and Hill, W. W.

1965 4.252 Leslie Spier, 1893-1961. American Anthropologist, new series, 67(5, Part 1)(October):1258-1277.
Basgall, Mark E.

1999 11.2810 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):157-158.
Bashir, Lamuail; Gao, Stephen S.; Liu, Kelly H.; and Mickus, Kevin

2011 11.6564 Crustal structure and evolution beneath the Colorado Plateau and the southern Basin and Range Province: Results from receiver function and gravity studies. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 12(6)(June 22), Q06008, doi:10.1029/2011GC003563, 18 pp.

2011 21.6359 Crustal structure and evolution beneath the Colorado Plateau and the southern Basin and Range Province: Results from receiver function and gravity studies. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 12(6)(June 22), Q06008, doi:10.1029/2011GC003563, 18 pp.
Bashline, L. James, and Saults, Dan

1976 2.1336 (eds.) America's great outdoors; the story of the eternal romance between man and nature. Chicago: J. G. Ferguson Publishing Co., 367 pp. (see pp. 56, 225, 226). >Mon. 8: 1-11<
Bashore, Harry William, and McCarran, Patrick A.

1945 12.492 Water supply below Boulder Dam. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 2 volumes.
Basich, A. G.

1984 11.2156 El Río Colorado y sus crecientes. Calafia (Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Ensenada). 5(2):.
Baskauf, Carol J., and Burke, John M.

2009 19.4321 Population genetics of Astragalus bibullatus (Fabaceae) using AFLPs. Journal of Heredity, 100(4):424-431. [See p. 429, discussion of study by Travis et al. (1996; see Item no. 19.1694) from Grand Canyon.] [Amplifed Fragment Length Polymorphism.]
Bass, N. W.

1944 21.178 Correlation of basal Permian and older rocks in southwestern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, northeastern Arizona, and southeastern Utah. U.S. Geological Survey, Oil and Gas Investigations Preliminary Chart OC-7. [Text accompanies chart: "Paleozoic stratigraphy as revealed by deep wells in parts of southwestern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, northeastern Arizona, and southeastern Utah". 20 pp.] >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Bass, Penelope

2009 2.12395 The naked truth; the pasison and petulance of singer, activist and eternal fighter Katie Lee. Flagstaff Live!, 15(18)(April 30-May 6):1, 14-16.

2009 2.12599 The innovators; Flagstaff business adapting and creating. Mountain Living Magazine, (November):16-20. (See "The Original Innovator; Teva and Deckers", p. 20.)

2009 2.12600 Through the viewfinder; the passionate career of photographer John Running. Mountain Living Magazine, (November):28-30. [Grand Canyon, in passing.]

2009 2.12149 Their place in history; the Harvey Girls and the civilization of the American West. Mountain Living Magazine, (March):cover, 5, 12-17, 54-55.

2010 2.15068 World through the viewfinder; the expanding presence and appeal of photography in Flagstaff. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (December):12-17.

2011 2.15066 Bending the rules; painter Steve Lawton plays with color and perspective. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (January):26-28.

2011 2.15115 Captured in motion; dancer Jayne Lee shares her love for the exquisite art of movement. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (February):31.
Bass, William G.

no date 8.13 The Grand Canyon in poem and picture. Wickenburg, Arizona: William G. Bass, [20] pp. [Poems by William Wallace Bass.] [Ca. 1970. See also William Wallace Bass for an earlier printing.] FQ7A:1-LA FQ9:50, 51 FQ9A:4 FQ10:27 FQ11:37 FQ13:41A, 41B

1942 17.1529 Pioneer among the Supai. In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 6(1)(November):35. [Letter in reply to the letter by Ed. F. Williams (see Item no. 1528), regarding his father's (W. W. Bass) association with the Havasupai.]
Bass, William G. [Bass, Bill G.]

1942 2.1337 [Reply to a letter to editor by Edward F. Williams about Havasupai Indians and W. W. Bass.] Desert Magazine, (November):2. >Mon. 8: 1-78<
Bass, William Wallace

no date 8.14 Poems. [No imprint], 8 pp. [Five poems on the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, in whole or in part.] [Ca. 1916. 4-3/8 x 7-3/4 inches.] FQ11:35A FQ13:37

no date 8.15 Poems. [No imprint], 8 pp. [Five poems on the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, in whole or in part.] [Ca. 1920. 4 x 7-1/2 inches. Five Quail Books--West Catalogue Eleven (p. 5) states, "This edition is very similar to the circa 1916 edition."] FQ11:35B FQ12:27

no date 2.21888 Adventures in the canyons of the Colorado. [No place: CreateSpace], 32 pp. [Typographically reset, with illustrations.] [An on-demand publication.]

1909 8.17 Rhymes and jingles. Los Angeles: Arroyo Guild Press, 48 pp. [October, 1909. N.B.: Five Quail Books--West, Catalogue Eleven, p. 5, states: "W. W. Bass published several poem books. The oldest copy known to 5QBW is dated 1909, entitled Rhymes and Jingles. All editions are scarce to rare, except the circa 1970" (i.e., The Grand Canyon in poem and picture; see William G. Bass; also see eds. listed below). For this last-named publication, OCLC cites date ca. 1909-1925, Library of Congress cites ca. 1925.] FQ16:15

1909 8.18 Rhymes and jingles. Los Angeles: J. F. Rowny Press, 33 pp. FQ12:28 FQ13:38

1915 8.19 Rhymes and jingles. Los Angeles: J. F. Rowny Press, 32 pp. FQ14:11 FQ16:16 FQ17:45 Guidon 45

1920 2.1338 Adventures in the canyons of the Colorado, by two of its earliest explorers, James White and W. W. Hawkins, with introduction and notes by William Wallace Bass, the Grand Canyon guide. (Foreword by George Wharton James.) Grand Canyon, Arizona: The authors, 38 pp. [Cover title: Adventures in the canyons of the Colorado. William Wallace Bass.] [Bass, pp. 8-14, 30-31, 34-38; Hawkins, pp. 15-29 (including facsimiles of original journal pages); White, pp. 32-34 (including facsimile of original letter); James, pp. 5-7.] >Mon. 8: 1-11< Farquhar 49 FQ2:5 FQ5:9 FQ5A:A-2 FQ6:7 FQ9:49 FQ10:28 FQ12:29 FQ13:39 Guidon 44 Howes B229 Storm 204

1925 8.20 The Grand Canyon in poem and picture (arranged and illustrated by W[illiam]. G. Bass). [No imprint], [16] pp. FQ11:36A, 36B

1940 8.21 The Grand Canyon in poem and picture (arranged and illustrated by W[illiam]. G. Bass). [No imprint], 2nd ed., [16] pp. FQ11:36C

1941 8.22 The Grand Canyon in poem and picture (arranged and illustrated by W[illiam]. G. Bass). [No imprint], 3rd ed., [16] pp. [Also accompanied by mailing envelope on which is printed, "The Grand Canyon in Poem and Picture". Title-page indicates "Copyrighted 1909-1925".] FQ11:36D, 36E FQ12:26A, 26B FQ13:40

2009 8.477 Rhymes and jingles. [No place]: BiblioBazaar, 52 pp. [An on-demand publication.]

2011 2.16218 Adventures in the canyons of the Colorado by two of its earliest explorers, James White and W. W. Hawkins, with introduction and notes by William Wallace Bass, the Grand Canyon guide. (Foreword by George Wharton James.) Lexington, Kentucky: Dunda Books, 43 pp. [Cover title: Dunda Books Classic. Adventures in the canyons of the Colorado. William Wallace Bass. An on-demand publication.] [Text reset, with illustrations placed; original title-page reset, p. 2. Bass, pp. 7-14, 16, 34-35, 39-43; Hawkins, pp. 15, 17-33 (including facsimiles of original journal pages); White, pp. 36-39 (including facsimile of original letter); James, pp. 3-6.]
[Bass, William Wallace]

1904 2.11972 Bass Camp: the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Grand Canyon: [no imprint].
Bassett, James, Jr.

1939 2.17552 Uncle Sam looks West. Much of America's aeronautical future lies in southern California. Here are concrete reasons. Popular Aviation, 24(1)(January):14-17. [See p. 14, Boulder City, Nevada, in passing.]
Bassett, Sue

2011 4.368 Floyd Stevens, January 13, 1949-March 29, 2010. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(4)(Winter 2011-2012):4-5.
Bassett, W. I.

1927 12.493 Building a 16-mile levee on Colorado delta. Engineering News-Record, 98(June 23):1066-1067.
Bassford, Amy O., and Fryxell, Fritiof

1967 2.1339 Home-thoughts from afar; letters of Thomas Moran to Mary Nimmo Moran. East Hampton, New York: East Hampton Free Library, 152 pp. [1,000 numbered copies.] >Mon. 8: 1-56< FQ1:5 FQ2:6 FQ3:4 FQ4:8 FQ5:10 FQ6:8 FQ7:9 FQ8:26 FQ9:52 FQ10:29 FQ12:30 FQ12A:23 FQ12B:21 FQ13:42 FQ13A:21 FQ14:12 FQ15:36 FQ16:17 FQ17:46
Bassler, R. S.

1941 21.179 A supposed jellyfish from the pre-Cambrian of the Grand Canyon. U.S. National Museum, Proceedings, 89: 519-522. >Mon. 8: 3-16<

1950 21.180 Faunal lists and descriptions of Paleozoic corals. Geological Society of America, Memoir 44, 315 pp. (see pp. 219-220, 233-234). >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Basso, Clarence D.

2013 2.18362 Guide to Nevada's historical markers; 270 statewide historical marker texts and locations. [No imprint], [55] pp.
Bassols Batalla, Ángel

1992 2.21181 México: Formación de regiones económicas; influencias, factores y sistemas. México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 625 pp.
Bastone, Kelly

2007 2.13033 America's best campsites. Backpacker, (October):58-64, 66. [See under "Best Waterfall", "Runner-up, Thunder River Falls, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ", p. 64.]
Batchelor, Carolyn Prince

2000 2.7403 Arts in the Parks; Kolb Studio hosts top 100. Flagstaff Live!, (April 6-12):11.
Bate, Kerry William

1994 2.1340 John Steele: Medicine man, magician, Mormon patriarch. Utah Historical Quarterly, 62(1)(Winter):71-90.
Bateman, A. M.

1938 30.49 The Colorado delta, by Godfrey Glenton Sykes, 1937. Economic Geology, 33:119-120. >Mon. 8: Reviews-1<
Bateman, Alan M.

1923 21.4838 An Arizona asbestos deposit. Economic Geology, 18(7)(October):663-683. [Grand Canyon deposits mentioned, pp. 663, 664, 674.]
Bateman, Heather L.

2010 11.7747 Tamarix, beetles, and lizards: Evaluating the impacts of biocontrol on herpetofauna. Arizona Riparian Council (Arizona State University, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona Riparian Council), 23(1/2)(September):1, 3-4. [Virgin River in Arizona and Nevada.]

2010 11.4356 Monitoring amphibians and reptiles in riparian habitats impacted by biocontrol along the Virgin River [abstract]. 2010 Tamarisk Symposium, January 12 and 13, Two Rivers Convention Center, Grand Junction, Colorado.
Bateman, Heather L., and Ostoja, Steven

2011 11.4360 Reptiles and ground arthropods in Tamarix and mixed-native habitats along the Virgin River [abstract]. 2011 Tamarisk Research Conference, February 16 and 17, Tucson, Arizona, Marriott University Park.
Bateman, Heather L.; Merritt, David M.; Nagler, Pamela L.; and Glenn, Edward P.

2013 11.6671 Saltcedar biocontrol affects herpetofauna activity and habitats [abstract]. In: 46th Joint Annual Meeting, Arizona/New Mexico Chapters of the Wildlife Society and Arizona/New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, pp. 17-18. [Virgin River, Arizona-Nevada.]
Bateman, Heather L.; Nagler, Pamela L.; and Glenn, Edward P.

2013 11.5019 Plot- and landscape-level changes in climate and vegetation following defoliation of exotic saltcedar (Tamarix sp.) from the biocontrol agent Diorhabda carinulata along a stream in the Mojave Desert (USA). Journal of Arid Environments, 89:16-20. [Virgin River.]
Bateman, Heather L.; Paxton, Eben H.; and Longland, William S.

2013 11.3967 Tamarix as wildlife habitat. In: Sher, Anna, and Quigley, Martin F. (eds.), Tamarix; a case study of ecological change in the American West. Oxford, New York, Auckland, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Hong Kong, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico City, Nairobi, New Delhi, Shanghai, Taipei, and Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 168-188.
Bates, Bryan; Martin, Stephen; and Stock, Michael

1991 18.146 Level of radioactive uranium in Colorado River sediments. In: Colorado River Investigations #9; July-August, 1990 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, Lawrence E. Stevens, and Frank B. Lojko). Report submitted to John Davis, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 119-122.
Bates, E. Catherine [Bates, Emily Katherine]

1887 2.13343 A year in the great republic. Vol. II. London: Ward and Downey, 317 pp. [See Chapter 1, "Westward Ho!", pp. 1-69; includes a visit to Grand Canyon at Peach Springs.]
Bates, E. Katharine [Bates, Emily Katherine]

1908 2.13344 Do the dead depart? And other questions. New York: Dodge Publishing Co., 263 pp. [See Chapter 3, "A Mother's Guardianship in America"; includes a visit to Grand Canyon at Peach Springs.]
Bates, H. W.

1870 2.17122 (ed.) Illustrated travels; a record of discovery, geography, and adventure. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, 378 pp. [Includes notice of the James White affair on the Colorado River.]

1870 30.718 "New Tracks in North America.--By William A. Bell". In: Geography and History [section]. The Academy (London), 1(January 8):105-107.
Bates, Putnam A.

1912 12.4711 Electricity on the farm. National Land and Irrigation Journal (Chicago), 6(1)(July):10-12. [Includes lower Colorado River region.]
Bates, Sarah F.; Getches, David H.; MacDonnell; and Wilkinson, Charles F.

1993 2.1341 Searching out the headwaters; change and rediscovery in western water policy. Washington, D.C., and Covelo, California: Island Press, 242 pp.
Bates, Scott T., and Barber, Anne

2008 19.3088 A preliminary checklist of Arizona slime molds. Canotia, 4(1):8-19.
Bates, Scott T.; Nash, Thomas H., III; and Gracia-Pichel, Ferran

2012 19.3885 Patterns of diversity for fungal assemblages of biological soil crusts from the southwestern United States. Mycologia, 104(2)(March/April):353-361.
Bath, C. Richard

1981 12.494 Resolving water disputes. In: Purcell, Susan Kaufman (ed.), Mexico-United States relations. Academy of Political Science, Proceedings, 34(1):181-188. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Bathala, C. T.

2002 12.3415 Hoover Dam. In: Meier, Fred J. (ed.), Civil engineers building a better world; ASCE. [No place]: American Society of Civil Engineers, Los Angeles Section, Orange County Branch, pp. 27-31.
Bathe, Oliver F., and McGuire, Amy L.

2009 17.973 The ethical use of existing samples for genome research. Genetics in Medicine, 11(10)(October):712-715. [Includes Havasupai blood case.]
Batho, Avery

2007 6.514 Like walking on air; Grand Canyon's new glass skywalk gives tourists a different look at one of the world's natural wonders. Brand New Planet (Toronto), (April 5):12. [Hualapai Skywalk.]
Batie, Greg

2011 2.15350 From the Chair of the Boad of Directors; Grand Canyon needs you and me. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 18(2)(Summer):2. [N.B.: Volume is misnumbered; should have been 17(2).]
Batker, David; Christin, Zachary; Cooley, Corinne; Graf, William; Jones, Kenneth Bruce; Loomis, John; and Pittman, James

2014 14.959 Nature's value in the Colorado River basin. Tacoma, Washington: Earth Economics, 95 pp.
Batman, Richard

1984 2.1342 American Ecclesiastes; the stories of James Pattie. San Diego, New York, and London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 378 pp. [Dust-jacket title: American Ecclesiastes; an epic journal through the early American West. Also see reprint under revised title, new imprint (1986).]

1986 2.1343 James Pattie's West; the dream and the reality. Norman, Oklahoma, and London: University of Oklahoma Press, 378 pp. [Reprint of Batman (1984).]

1998 2.1344 Pattie, Sylvester [and] James Ohio. In: Lamar, Howard R. (ed.), The new encyclopedia of the American West. New Haven, Connecticut, and London: Yale University Press, p. 845.
Batsch, Kelly

2012 2.20946 The history of the Hopi House. Pinyon Press (Xanterra South Rim, L.L.C., Grand Canyon), 2012(15[sic, 16])(August 8):9.
Battaglia, Michael A., and Shepperd, Wayne D.

2007 19.4303 Ponderosa pine, mixed conifer, and spruce-fir forests. In: Hood, Sharon M., and Miller, Melanie (eds.), Fire ecology and management of the major ecosystems of southern Utah. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-202, pp. 7-37. [Includes Arizona Strip.]
Battelle [firm]

2010 11.4881 Final five-year review report, Operable Units 1 and 2, Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona. Columbus, Ohio: Battelle, for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest, San Diego, separately paginated sections [99 pp. total]. (Contract No. N68711-01-D-6009. Task Order: 008. DCN: BATL-6009-0008-0017.) [U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Yuma.]
Batten, Don (ed.); Catchpoole, David; Sarfati, Jonathan; and Wieland, Carl

2006 21.4749 The creation answers book. [No place]: Creation Book Publishers, second ed., 272 pp. (see p. 194).

2006 21.4620 The creation answers book. Eight Mile Plains, Queensland, Australia: Creation Ministries International, 269 pp. (see p. 194).
Batten, Don (ed.); Ham, Ken; Sarfati, Jonathan; and Wieland, Carl

2000 21.4785 The revised and expanded answers book; the 20 most-asked questions about creation, evolution and the book of Genesis answered! Green Forest, Arkansas: Master Books, revised and expanded ed., 274 pp.

2001 21.4782 Fragen an den Anfang; die Logik der Schöpfung. Bielefeld, Germany: Christliche Literatur-Verbreitung e.V., 281 pp. [German translation of The Answers Book.]

2002 21.4786 El libro de los respuestas ampliado y revisado; las 20 preguntas más inquientantes sobre la creación, evolución, y el Libro de Génesis. Green Forest, Arkansas: Master Books, 272 pp. [Spanish translation of revised and expanded ed. of The Answers Book.]

2003 21.4789 Kérdések a kezdethez; a teremtés logikája (Werner Gitt and Jeszenszky Ferenc, translators). Budapest: Evangéliumi Kiadó és Iratmisszió. [Hungarian translation of updated and expanded ed. of The Answers Book.]

2004 21.4790 Fragen an den Anfang; die Logik der Schöpfung. Bielefeld, Germany: Christliche Literatur-Verbreitung e.V., updated and expanded ed., 281 pp. [German translation of updated and expanded ed. of The Answers Book.]

2004 21.4787 The updated and expanded answers book; the 20 most-asked questions about creation, evolution and the Book of Genesis answred! Arcacia Ridge, Queensland, Australia: Answers in Genesis, updated and expanded ed., 264 pp.
Battin, James, and Lawler, Joshua J.

2006 19.3975 Cross-scale correlations and the design and analysis of avian habitat selection studies. The Condor, 108:59-70. [Includes Mount Trumbull Resource Conservation Area.]
Battin, M. Pabst

1979 14.418 Exact replication in the visual arts. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 38(2)(Winter):153-158.
Battles, Baron

2007 2.11194 [Comments]. In: My Best Day in the Grand Canyon [feature]. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 4 (Spring):8.

2012 2.17901 [Correspondence.] In: Postcards [section]. Grand Canyon River Runner, (14)(Summer):9.
Battles, Brett

2011 7.534 Every precious thing. [No imprint], 339 [341] pp. (A Logan Harper Thriller.) [An on-demand publication.]
Battye, Charles

1935 2.1345 Ehrenberg has no Hay-soos. Arizona Highways, 11(5):6, 19.

1935 2.1346 Puerto Ysabel, ghost port of the Gulf. Arizona Highways, 11(9):8-9, 20-22.

1936 2.1347 A story of the Colorado; early freighter relates eventful river journey. As told to the Editor. Arizona Highways, 12(4):15, 23. [Lower Colorado River.]

1936 2.1348 Colorado River days. Arizona Highways, 12(12):7, 22-23.

1945 2.1349 (ed.) True tales of Needles, the Colorado River and the desert. [Privately printed], 76 pp.

1952 2.20198 Life on the desert. Desert Magazine, 15(7)(July):4. ("Here is a story of Indian gratitude, told by a man who spent many years in the lower valleys of the Colorado River. This story is one of the winning entries in Desert Magazine's Life-on-the-Desert contest in 1951. It originally appeared in the Needles Nugget in 1940.") [Recollection from Chemehuevi Valley, now beneath Lake Havasu.]
Batzle, Michael L., and Simmons, Gene

1976 11.3000 Microfractures in rocks from two geothermal areas. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 30:71-93. [Includes Dunes Geothermal Area, California.]
Bauch, Nicholas

2013 2.19436 Field manual for Enchanting the Desert. Stanford, California: Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis, 115 pp. [Guide to exhibition of lantern slides of photographs taken by Henry G. Peabody at Grand Canyon. All photographs credited to the Henry G. Peabody Collection of Photographs and Negatives, photCL 478, Huntington Library, San Marino, California.]
Baucom, Frank M.

1994 13.430 Frank M. Baucom. In: Perspectives on the Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Draft Statement. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 32.
Baucom, Madonna L.

2013 13.3208 Proposed information collection: Colorado River Total Value Survey. Federal Register, 78(184)(September 23):58344. ["This [proposed] collection will provide park managers and NPS partners with information about the values U.S. residents place on the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River riparian resource, and on alternative flow release scenarios from Glen Canyon Dam designed to protect canyon flora and fauna. The final survey will provide information for the economic analysis of the alternative management and operation protocols for Glen Canyon Dam."]

2015 13.3417 Proposed information collection; Comment request: A survey of direct recreational uses along the Colorado River. Federal Register, 80(31)(February 17):8340-8341. [Information Collection Request, to be "used to provide information concerning the direct recreational uses along the Colorado River--specifically the stretch between the Glen Canyon Dam and Lee's Ferry."]
Baucum, Madonna L.

2014 14.961 Proposed information collection: Recreational use study. Federal Register, 79(165)(August 26):50940-50941. [National Park Service request to Office of Management and Budget for approval to collect information concerning "recreational use along the Colorado River-specifically the stretch between the Glen Canyon Dam and Lee's Ferry."]

2014 14.953 Proposed information collection; comment request: Colorado River total value survey. Federal Register, 79(131)(July 9):38946-38947.
Baudat, Michael R., and Breed, Carol S.

1999 11.87 Meteorological influences on eolian activity at the Yuma Desert Geomet Site, Arizona, 1988-1993. In: Breed, Carol S., and Reheis, Marith C. (eds.), Desert winds: Monitoring wind-related surface processes in Arizona, New Mexico, and California. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 1598-E, pp. 85-104.
Bauer, Bernard O.

1997 30.811 "Grand Canyon, a Century of Change: Rephotography of the 1889-1890 Stanton Expedition" by Robert H. Webb. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 87(4)(December):754-757.
Bauer, Bernard O., and Schmidt, John C.

1991 22.32 Cross-shore flow oscillations, mean currents, and sand bar erosion in Grand Canyon [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 72(44, supplement):222.

1993 22.33 Waves and sandbar erosion in the Grand Canyon: applying coastal theory to a fluvial system. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 83(3)(September):475-497.
Bauer, Clema W.

1896 17.1359 [Letter to Miss Jones, regarding supplies sent to Havasupai Tribe.] The Indian's Friend, 9(1)(September):7.

1896 17.1361 The Yava Supai Indians. The Indian's Friend, 9(4)(December):2. [Havasupai.]
Bauer, David

2007 6.914 The greatest digger of all (illustrated by Wayne Alfano). [and] Erosion shapes the earth. Austin, Texas: Harcourt Achieve, 15, 17 pp. (Steck-Vaughn Pair-It Turn and Learn.) [In "Big Book" and "Small Book" states. "Big Book" state 17¼ x 13¾ inches.] [Two books in one; separate covers and texts viewed by turning book over. The Greatest Digger of All is a young-reader story of a mole and a hawk who travel to the Grand Canyon (Grand Canyon not identified by name but illustrations depict Grand Canyon). Erosion Shapes the Earth is a general introduction to principles of erosion, illustrated with photographs; includes Grand Canyon (by name).]
Bauer, Ernst

1973 2.1350 Wonders of the earth. London: Collins, and New York: Franklin Watts, 128 pp.
Bauer, Erwin A.

1996 19.2312 The terrible lesson of the Kaibab. Mule Deer, 2(4)(Fall):22-25.
Bauer, K.; Ryberg, T.; Fuis, G. S.; Goldman, M. R.; Catchings, R. D.; Rymer, M. J.; Hole, J. A.; and Stock, J. M.

2013 11.7237 Investigating the San Andreas fault system in the northern Salton Trough by a combination of seismic tomography and pre-stack depth migration: Results from the Salton Seismic Imaging Project (SSIP) [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, 2013 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9-13 December, Abstract T14C-05.
Bauer, L. A.

1907 21.4919 Department of Terrestrial Magnetism. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Year Book, 6:164-166.

1907 21.4920 Department of Terrestrial Magnetism. In: Carnegie Institution of Washington, Annual Report of the Director, 1907, pp. 152-. [See p. 163. Reprinted from Year Book 6.]
Bauer, Marion Dane, and Canga, C. B.

2013 6.878 Celebrating Arizona. Boston and New York: Sandpiper (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), 36 pp. (50 States to Celebrate.) (Green Light Readers, Level 3.)
Bauer, Marion Dane, and Wallace, John

2006 6.420 The Grand Canyon. New York, London, Toronto, and Sydney: Aladdin Paperbacks, 32 pp. (Wonders of America. Ready-to-Read, Level 1.)
Bauer, R. C.

1896 17.42 A lonely field. Indian's Friend, 8(June):12. [Havasupai.] Goodman 177

1897 17.43 Note of the Yava Supai Agency. Indian's Friend, 9(June):5. Goodman 180

1897 17.879 Report of teacher among Yava Supais. In: Annual reports of the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1897. Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 104-106.
Bauer, R. C. (Mrs.)

1896 17.44 Letter from Seligman, Arizona. Indian's Friend, 8(March):4. [Havasupai.] Goodman 176

1896 17.1360 [Letter regarding supplies sent to Havasupai Tribe.] The Indian's Friend, 9(3)(November):9.

1897 17.1364 [Appeal for food and medicine for Havasupai Tribe.] In: News and Notes [section]. The Indian's Friend, 9(9)(May):9

1897 17.1365 [Notice regarding availability of Havasupai baskets; sales for "the relief of the old and sick Indians."] The Indian's Friend, 9(10)(June):5.

1898 17.45 [Letter of thanks for Christmas barrels sent to Havasupai.] Indian's Friend, 10(April):4. [Havasupai.] Goodman 181
Bauermeister, Erica

2011 7.644 Joy for beginners. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 272 pp.

2011 5.123 Joy for beginners. Washington, D.C.: National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 2 volumes Braille. [Fiction. Transcribed from print volume published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York (see Item no. 7.644).] ["Kate's diverse set of friends--Caroline, Daria, Marion, Sara, Hadley, and Ava--gather to celebrate her recovery from breast cancer. Kate, who has recently agreed to face her fear of water by rafting through the Grand Canyon, challenges her friends to confront their own fears." (Library of Congress record, from the publisher's blurb.]

2012 7.645 Joy for beginners. New York: Berkley Books, 277 pp.
Baulig, Laurie T.

2010 17.1223 Are there property rights in human tissue? The law "Lacks" definitive answers. Lancaster General Hospital, Journal (Lancaster, Pennsylvania), 5(3)(Fall):87-90. [Includes Havasupai blood case.] [N.B.: In the subtitle, "Lacks" refers to the tissue-use case of "HeLa", tissues cultured from Henrietta Lacks in the 1950s and documented in The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skoot.]
Baum, Dan

1992 17.881 Sacred places; five hundred years after Columbus, more than sixty Native American spiritual sites across the country face their greatest threat ever. Mother Jones, 17(2)(March/April):32-38, 75. [Features Havasupai.]
Baum, Henry Mason

1902 4.210 John Wesley Powell. Records of the Past, 1(11):324-326. [Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902)]

1902 16.856 Records of the past and American antiquities. Records of the Past, 1(1)(January):frontispiece, 1-5.
Bauman, Foe

1998 2.1351 History online; National Archives brings past to life by putting photos, documents on the Web. The Record (National Archives and Records Administration), 4(3)(January):19-21.
Baumann, Jules

1972 2.1352 "The Grand Canyon of Arizona"; a panorama by Jules Baumann. Journal of Arizona History, 13(1):26-32. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Baumann, Paul R.

2006 12.4488 Drought in the Colorado River basin: Shrinkage of Lake Powell. Geocarto International (Hong Kong), 21(4)(December):75-79.
Baumer, Jennifer Rachel

2013 12.4166 Flip a switch, turn on a faucet; Nevada's utility companies. Nevada Business Magazine, 28(5)(May):16-19, 48-49.
Baur, Sharon

2008 2.12214 Walking for Alaska's refuges '07-'08. Alaska Refuge Friends Newsletter (Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges), (Summer):3-4. [Two-hundred mile composite walk to raise funds, including partly in northwestern Arizona.]
Bausch and Lomb Optical Co.

1941 12.1588 Ortho-Fuser; modern visual training. Rochester, New York: Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. [Training manual containing five three-dimensional views with descriptive text; accompanied by Reference Manual, 15 pp., and pair of polaroid glasses; boxed. Numerous reprintings. See Ortho-Fuser no. 3, Boulder Dam.]
Bausch, Doug

1989 21.3605 Summary of earthquake activity in Arizona for 1988. Arizona Geology, 19(1):8.

1989 21.181 Grand Canyon earthquake swarm, September 1988. Arizona Geology, 19(1):9-10. >Mon. 8: 3-16<

1993 11.7879 Seismic-hazard mapping in Arizona. Arizona Geology, 23(2)(Summer):4-5.

1993 21.6685 Seismic-hazard mapping in Arizona. Arizona Geology, 23(2)(Summer):4-5.
Bausch, Doug, and Brumbaugh, David S.

1997 21.182 Earthquake hazard evaluation, Mohave County, Arizona. Flagstaff, Arizona: Arizona Earthquake Information Center, Northern Arizona University, 84 pp.

1997 11.88 Earthquake hazard evaluation, La Paz County, Arizona. Flagstaff, Arizona: Arizona Earthquake Information Center, Northern Arizona University, 79 pp.
Bausch, Doug, and Morrison, Suzanne

1993 21.183 Summary of earthquake activity in Arizona for 1992. Arizona Geology, 23(2):2-3.
Bausch, F. A.

2012 2.18351 Travels with Mary; a pictorial travelogue, 1957-2011. [No imprint], 166 pp. [An on-demand publication.]
Bautista, Angela

1990 2.1353 Women on the river. Canyon Legacy (Dan O'Laurie Museum), (Spring):28-31. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Bauwens, George O.

1948 2.1354 Mother Nature spilled her ink. Desert Magazine, 11(4)(February):37. [Letter; Blue Spring and Little Colorado River.]
Baxandall, Lee

1981 2.1355 World guide to nude beaches and recreation (Jan Smith, project ed.). New York: Harmony Books, 214 pp. (see p. 23). (Originally published [1980], New York: Stonehill Publishing Co.) [N.B.: Publication contains material for mature audience (nudity).] >Mon. 8: 12-8<

1983 2.1356 World guide to nude beaches and recreation (Jan Smith, listings ed.). New York: Harmony Books, revised ed., 220 pp. (see pp. xviii-1, 8, 9). [N.B.: Publication contains material for mature audience (nudity).] >Mon. 8: 12-8<

1998 2.7404 Lee Baxendall's world guide to nude beaches and resorts (Ruth A. Percey, sites compiler; Lee Baxandall, photo and sites ed.). Oshkosh, Wisconsin: N Editions, 16, 272 pp. [Grand Canyon not included in text but Grand Canyon locales are illustrated in several photos (by Jerry Derbyshire) that also depict unclothed visitors: see cover [Deer Creek Falls], and pp. 3 [Royal Arch Creek, showing Royal Arch], 14-15 [Jerry Derbyshire, self-portrait, Tonto Plateau], 18 [view from inside entrance to Thunder River Cave]. Text includes locales under “Nevada” (p. 84), without illustrations: “Lake Mead Recreation Area” (sic), “Ringbolt (Arizona) Hot Springs”, and “Colorado River: Lake Mohave”, but see also photo at Ringbolt Hot Springs, p. 27.] [NOTE: Publication contains material for mature audience (nudity). Photo legends are parallel to and in the tight binding edge of each page, sometimes requiring a gentle force to see into this space.]
Baxley, I. R.

1899 2.13879 [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. 45.
Baxter, Colden V.; Rosi-Marshall, Emma J.; Cross, Wyatt F.; Kennedy, Theodore A.; Wellard, Holly A.; Hall, Robert O.; and Yard, Michael D.

2008 19.2762 A quantitative food web and ecosystem production budget for Glen Canyon, Colorado River [abstract]. In: Colorado River Basin Science and Resource Management Symposium 2008. Coming together: Coordination of science and restoration activities for the Colorado River ecosystem; abstracts; November 18-20, 2008, Doubletree Resort Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona. [No imprint], p. 36. [Glen Canyon Dam tailwater.]
Baxter, David C.

1996 13.3375 Odds and ends from your Editor. Starduster Magazine (Stolp Starduster Corporation, Riverside, California), (July):4-5. [Includes remarks pertaining to overflights restrictions at Grand Canyon.]
Baxter, Gordon

1984 2.15997 195 reasons to fly; Neptunus Rex and his big old Cessna. In: Bax Seat [column]. Flying, 111(12)(December):104. [Martin Litton and his Cessna 195.]

1985 2.1357 Bows on. Yacht, (September/October):110-114.
Baxter, Kris, and James, Kerrick

1997 2.1358 Kayaking down the river. Arizona Highways, 73(9):cover, 1, 4-11. [Below Hoover Dam.]
Bay, Robin F.

2013 11.3980 Riparian restoration in the context of Tamarix control. In: Sher, Anna, and Quigley, Martin F. (eds.), Tamarix; a case study of ecological change in the American West. Oxford, New York, Auckland, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Hong Kong, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico City, Nairobi, New Delhi, Shanghai, Taipei, and Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 426-440.
Bayer, Bob

2011 28.1051 [Ribbon Falls.] Kansas Geological Society, Bulletin, 86(1)(January/February):cover, 3.
Bayer, John

2008 2.11641 Group takes winding western 4,300-mile trek. A Letter From the Abbey (Cistercian Abbey, Our Lady of Dallas), (September):4.
Bayley, E. A.

1930 12.1793 The financial and topographical problems of the Colorado River Aqueduct project. American Academy of Political and Social Science, Annals, 148(Part 2: Supplement: Colorado River Development and Related Problems)(March):29-35.
Bayliss, Clara Kern

1901 6.873 Lolami, the little cliff-dweller. [Chapters XI and XII.] School and Home Education, 20(6)(February):272-276. [Part of a serialized story. See p. 273: "He had come from the Chelly Canyon to the Rio Chelly which opens into the San Juan. And away toward the sunsetting land, beyond black tunnels into which the light never shines, the San Juan opens into the Grand Canyon of the Colorado." (entire note)]
Baylor, Byrd

1976 6.26 (collector) And it is still that way; legends told by Arizona Indian children. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 85 pp.

1988 6.27 (collector) And it is still that way; legends told by Arizona Indian children. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Trails West Publishing, 83 pp.
Baylor, Edith M. H.

1907 6.868 A little prospector. Boston: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Co., 236 pp. [Lower Colorado River region; also an encounter with Havasupai enroute to western locale. Illustrated with photographs taken in the region.]
Bayman, James M., and Sullivan, Alan P.

2006 16.700 Common-pool resources and macro-regional economy in the North American Southwest. Society for American Archaeology, 71st Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rio, 2006, Abstracts, p. 58. [Regarding "two hinterland territories, i.e., the Papagueria and the Grand Canyon."]
Bayman, James M., and Sullivan, Alan P., III

2008 16.933 Property, identity, and macroeconomy in the prehispanic Southwest. American Anthropologist, 110(1):6-20.
Baynes, Spencer, and Smith, W. Robertson

1907 2.19588 (eds.) The new Werner twentieth century edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica; a standard work of reference in art, literature, science, history, geography, commerce, biography, discovery and invention. With new American supplement. Volume VI [Cli-Day]. Akron, Ohio: The Werner Co., English 9th ed., 746 pp. [See "Colorado River, or Rio Colorado", p. 147.] [Encyclopaedia Britannica.]
Bayrock, L. A.

1985 21.4622 Geology and mineral resources of the Rosebud and Music Mountain claims, Mohave County, Arizona. West Vancouver, British Columbia: Bayrock Surficial Geology Ltd., for Stellar Resource Corp., unpaginated.
BBC [British Broadcasting Corporation]

1954 26.22 Kostelanatz concert. André Kostelanatz and the Philharmonic Orchestra. London: BBC. 16-mm black-and-white film with sound. 27:00. [Includes "On the Trail" from Ferde Grofé's "Grand Canyon Suite"; with three additional works by other composers.] >Mon. 8: 12-13<

1983 26.23 Corridors of time. Michael Andrews, producer. Wilmette, Illinois: Films, Inc. 16-mm film, color. 60:00. Includes guide. [Also issued on video.] >Mon. 8: 12-13<

1996 26.24 Grand Canyon: From dinosaurs to dams. Ted Danson, narrator. British Broadcasting Corporation. Video. 56:00.

1997 26.25 Grand Canyon. Mike Birkhead and Huw Cordey, producers; Jenny Devitt, writer. A Mike Birkhead Associates Production for BBC-TV. Nature series, with George Page, copyright Thirteen/WNET; Fred Kaufman, executive producer. Video. 54:00. [N.B.: Scientific consultant "Dr. Larry Syevens" should be "Stevens".]
BBC Two [British Broadcasting System]

no date 2.20543 Seven wonders of the industrial world. [London]: BBC, 20 pp. [Program series synopsis. See pp. 14-15, "Programme 7: The Hoover Dam", and p. 17, biographical sketch of Arthur Powell Davis.]
BBC Worldwide, Ltd.

2005 26.432 Qi da gong cheng qi ji. [No place]: Liaoning wen hua yi shu yin xiang chu ban she. 3 CDs. 350:00. [Chinese-language edition of Seven Wonders of the Industrial World. Includes Hoover Dam.]
Beach, Chandler B.

1908 2.21602 (ed.; Grame Mercer Adam, associate ed.) The student's reference work; a cyclopædia for teachers, students, and families. Volume I [A-Gregory]. New York and Chicago: F. E. Compton and Co., 552 pp. [See "Colorado" (i.e., Colorado River), p. 280.]

1909 2.21603 (ed.; Frank Morton McMurry, associate ed.) The new student's reference work for teachers, students and famlies. Volume I [A-C]. Chicago: F. E. Compton and Co., 494 pp. [See "Colorado" (i.e., Colorado River), p. 429.]
Beach, Frederick Converse

1904 2.17716 (ed.-in-chief) The encyclopedia Americana. Volume Four [Campros-Clarence]. New York and Chicago: The Americana Company, [unpaginated]. [See "Cañon, or Can'yon".] [Other volumes of sixteen not examined.]

1905 2.16718 (ed.-in-chief) The encyclopedia Americana; a universal reference library. New York: Scientific American Compiling Department, unpaginated volumes. ("Copyright 1903-1905".) [See Vol. Bournemouth-Catapult, entry for "Cañon, or Can'yon".]

1912 2.12918 (ed.-in-chief) The Americana; a universal reference library. New York: Scientific American Compiling Department, unpaginated volumes. [See Vol. Chandler-Conservatory, entry for “Colorado River, or Colorado of the West”; Vol. Duluth-Force of Gravity, entry for “Flagstaff” [cited from 1907 ed.]; Vol. Pottstown-Richelieu, entry “Powell, John Wesley”, and Vol. S, “Stanton, Robert Brewster”.]
Beach, J. Darrell

1989 2.1359 Richard Iams. Southwest Art, 18(February):78-82. >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Beach, Rex

1917 2.9862 On the trail of the cowardly cougar; a hunting adventure in the Grand Cañon. Cosmopolitan, (December):32-37, 119-123. [Part 1 of 3.]

1918 2.9863 On the trail of the cowardly cougar; a hunting adventure in the Grand Cañon. Cosmopolitan, (January):28-33, 104-106. [Part 2 of 3.]

1918 2.9864 On the trail of the cowardly cougar. Cosmopolitan, (February):30-55, 100, 103. [Part 3 of 3.]

1921 2.10557 Oh shoot! Confessions of an agitated sportsman. Hodder and Stoughton. (See "On the Trial of the Cowardly Lion".)

1921 2.10558 Oh shoot! Confessions of an agitated sportsman. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 281 pp. (See “On the Trail of the Cowardly Cougar”, pp. 141-215.)

2005 2.10559 Oh, shoot! Confessions of an agitated sportsman. Kessinger Publishing, 360 pp.
Beacom, John H.

1907 12.1802 Irrigation in the United States: Its geographical and economical results. Geographical Journal, 29(4)(April):400-423.
Beadle, J. B.

1931 12.1418 Air survey for Hoover Dam. Aero Digest, 19(1)(July):39-43.
Beadle, John Hanson

1873 2.1360 The undeveloped West; or, five years in the territories. Philadelphia, Chicago, Cincinnati, and St. Louis: National Publishing Co., 823 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-11< Farquhar 38a FQ6:9 ["1879"] FQ13:43A Howes B269 Storm 212 Wagner-Camp 103 (note)

1878 2.1361 Western wilds, and the men who redeem them. Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Memphis: Jones Brothers and Co., 623 pp. [Later reprints, 1879, 1882.] >Mon. 8: 1-56< Farquhar 38b FQ5:11 [1879] FQ7:10 ["1877"] FQ9:53

1878 2.1362 Western wilds, and the men who redeem them. San Francisco: A. L. Bancroft and Co., 624 pp. (Copyright 1877, John T. Jones.)

1880 2.21744 Western wilds, and the men who redeem them. Cincinnati (Ohio), Chicago, and Philadelphia: Jones Brothers and Co.

1882 2.1363 Polygamy; or the mysteries and crimes of Mormonism, five wives. Marshalltown, Iowa: Barnes and Ballou Publishing Co., 572 pp. (see p. 449). >Mon. 8: 1-56<

1904 2.1364 Polygamy; or the mysteries and crimes of Mormonism, five wives. [No place], 648 pp. FQ8A:LA-10

1973 2.1365 The undeveloped West; or, five years in the territories. New York: Arno Press. (The Far Western Frontier series.) [Reprint of 1873 ed.] FQ13:43B FQ13A:22 FQ15:37 FQ17:48
Beagle, Peter S.

1965 2.8929 I see by my outfit. New York: Viking Press, 249 pp. [Dustjacket adds subtitle, Cross-country by scooter: an adventure.]
Beal, Carl H.

1915 11.2446 The earthquake in the Imperial Valley, California, June 22, 1915. Seismological Society of America, Bulletin, 5(3)(September):130-149.

1948 11.89 Reconnaissance of the geology and oil possibilities of Baja California, Mexico. Geological Society of America, Memoir 31, 138 pp., 11 plates.
Beal, John D.

1973 34.4 Tapeats Creek survey. Tucson: National Park Service, Western Archaeological and Conservation Center, manuscript, [unpaginated]. >Mon. 8: 5-7< [Removed from bibliography; see comment at beginning of Part 34. Originally cited for inclusion under ^16. Archaeology^]
Beal, M. D.

1969 13.431 Development and administration of Grand Canyon National Park. In: Geology and natural history of the Grand Canyon region. Four Corners Geological Society, 5th Field Conference, Guidebook, pp. 19-24. >Mon. 8: 7-8<
Beal, Mary

1948 11.2837 Ghost Flower named by Fremont. Desert Magazine, 11(6)(April):24. [Mohavea viscida Gray; M. confertiflora and M. breviflora.]
Beal, Merrill D.

1967 2.1366 Grand Canyon: The story behind the scenery. Flagstaff, Arizona: KC Publications, 38 pp. [N.B.: KC Publications moved from Flagstaff, Arizona, to Las Vegas, Nevada, during the time that different printings of this ed. were issued.] FQ1:173 FQ3:242 FQ4:9a FQ11B:21 FQ16:18 Guidon 46 [1968 printing]

1967 2.1367 Grand Canyon: The story behind the scenery. Las Vegas, Nevada: KC Publications, 38 pp. [N.B.: KC Publications moved from Flagstaff, Arizona, to Las Vegas, Nevada, during the time that different printings of this ed. were issued.] >Mon. 8: 1-11, 3-16< FQ4:9 [6th printing, 1974] FQ5:12 [6th printing] FQ6:11 FQ8:27 [6th printing, 1974] FQ10:30 [4th printing, 1971]

1978 2.1368 Grand Canyon: The story behind the scenery. Las Vegas, Nevada: KC Publications, revised ed., 64 pp. [Many printings.] >Mon. 8: 1-56, 3-16<

1988 2.1369 Grand Canyon. National Parks, 62(January/February):44-45. [Excerpt.] >Mon. 8: 1-56<
Beal, Richard S., Jr.

2007 2.15198 The Grand Canyon, evolution, and intelligent design. Lighthouse eBooks (Savage, Minnesota: Lighthouse Christian Publishing), 218 pp.
Beale, Charles E., and Gately, M. R.

1883 2.21457 (eds.) Gately's universal educator. An educational cyclopædia and business guide. Fourth edition revised. Three volumes in one. Boston: M. R. Gateley; New York: M. R. Gately and Co.; Hartford (Connecticut): E. Gately and Co.; Baltimore (Maryland): Gately and Haskell; Cincinnati (Ohio): Gately and Conroy: and Philadelphia: E. Gately and Co., 361, 396, 372 pp. [Grand Canyon, see Volume I, pp. 104 (illustration) and 105: "The Grand Cañon of the Colorado is two hundred and forty miles long, and from 2,500 to 4,000 feet deep. The walls are of the hardest rock, and there is little rain and frost to break them down." (entire note)]
Beale, E. F.

1862 11.2390 Letter of E. F. Beale, Esq., superintendent of wagon road. In: Crisfield, [John W.], Colorado Desert. (To accompany bill H. R. No. 417.) U.S. 37th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 87, p. 15. [Letter to O. M. Wozencraft, April 5, 1860.]
Beale, Edward

1998 11.5451 Black Mesa coal: A long, strange trip to fuel the grid. The Lay of the Land Newsletter (Center for Land Use Interpretation, Culver City, California), 13(Spring):1, 4. [Includes Mohave Generating Station and Navajo Generating Station.]

1998 18.1591 Black Mesa coal: A long, strange trip to fuel the grid. The Lay of the Land Newsletter (Center for Land Use Interpretation, Culver City, California), 13(Spring):1, 4. [Includes Mohave Generating Station and Navajo Generating Station.]
Beale, Edward F.

no date 2.18191 Wagon road -- -- Fort Smith to Colorado River; letter of the Secretary of War transmitting the report of Mr. Beale relating to the construction of a wagon road from Fort Smith to the Colorado River. [Ann Arbor, Michigan]: MLibrary, [Facsimile reprinting of University of Michigan Library's holding of 1860 House of Representatives Executive Document 42. An on-demand publication. Copy received in 2013 included a multitude of blank leaves, enlargening the volume by fully two-thirds.]

1858 2.1370 Wagon road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado River. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of the superintendent of the wagon road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado River. U.S. 35th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 124, Serial 959, 87 pp., map. [Wagner and Camp (1982, p. 555) also cite, “Beale's five-page preliminary report, without the map, is included in the 35th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document 43, Serial 922”; this is cited with Storm 215 with the inclusion, Senate Executive Document 43. Storm (1968, p. 35) also cites 35th Congress, 1st Session, House Executive Document 124, Serial 959. Storm 215 indicates, “The first title is the preliminary report of the reconnaissance and the second title is the final report, but the latter lacks the map. See Number 216 for a copy with map.”] Farquhar 20a Howes B271 Storm 215, 216 Wagner-Camp 297

1858 2.1371 [Variant] Wagon road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado River. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of the superintendent of the wagon road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado River. U.S. 35th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 124, Serial 959, 87 pp., map. [Regarding this, Wagner and Camp (1982, p. 555) cite, “Beale's five-page preliminary report, without the map, is included in the 35th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document 43, Serial 922”; this is cited with Storm 215 with the inclusion, Senate Executive Document 43. Storm (1968, p. 35) also cites 35th Congress, 1st Session, House Executive Document 124, Serial 959. Storm indicates, “The first title is the preliminary report of the reconnaissance and the second title is the final report, but the latter lacks the map. See Number 216 for a copy with map.”]

1860 2.1372 Wagon road--Fort Smith to Colorado River; letter of the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of Mr. Beale relating to the construction of a wagon road from Fort Smith to the Colorado River; March 9, 1860. U.S. 36th Congress, House Document 42, Serial 1048, 91 pp., map. [Note that Pestana (1972, p. 21; see Bibliographies) cites the authors as Beale and F. E. Engle; Wagner-Camp lists just as Beale.] FQ2:219 FQ3:250 Wagner-Camp 350

1929 2.18336 The report of Edward Fitzgerald Beale to the Secretary of War concerning the wagon road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado River; April 26, 1858; 35th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc., No. 124. In: Lesley, Lewis Burt (ed.), Uncle Sam's camels; the journal of May Humphreys Stacey, supplemented by the report of Edward Fitzgerald Beale (1857-1858). Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, pp. 137-281. [Original pagination is embedded within the reset text.]

2006 2.18337 The report of Edward Fitzgerald Beale to the Secretary of War concerning the wagon road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado River; April 26, 1858; 35th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc., No. 124. In: Lesley, Lewis Burt (ed.), Uncle Sam's camels; the journal of May Humphreys Stacey, supplemented by the report of Edward Fitzgerald Beale (1857-1858). San Marino, California: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, pp. 137-281. [Facsimile reprinting of Lesley (1929). Original pagination is embedded within the reset text.]
Beale, Edward F.; Floyd, William P.; and Udell, John

1993 2.18731 The following journal entries are from the road-building expedition of 1859 on the Beale Road, east and west of Flagstaff, Arizona. This is the general area that SWOCTA will use for the mapping workshop in May, 1992 [sic]. Desert Tracks (Oregon-California Trails Organization, Southwest Chapter, Chandler, Arizona), 6(2)(March):2-3.
Beals, E. A.

1922 18.1369 The semipermanent Arizona Low. Monthly Weather Review, 50(7)(July):341-347.
Beam, Charles Alexander

2001 2.11889 In retrospect; looking back at my life. Salt Lake City: [privately published], 185 pp. [Includes "Boulder Dam".]
Beaman, E. O.

1872 2.10383 The Colorado exploring expedition. Anthony's Photographic Bulletin, 3(2)(February):463-465.

1872 2.10384 A tour through the Grand Canon of the Colorado. Anthony's Photographic Bulletin, 3(10)(October):703-705. [From the New York Sun; no author credit line.]

1872 2.10385 Among the Aztecs. Anthony's Photographic Bulletin, 3(11)(November):746-747.

1874 2.1373 The cañons of the Colorado, and the Moquis pueblos: A wild boat-ride through the cañon and rapids, a visit to the Seven Cities of the Desert, glimpses of Mormon life. Appleton's Journal, 11(265)(April 18):480-484, (266)(April 25):513-516, (267)(May 2):545-548, (268)(May 9):590-593, (269)(May 16):623-626, (270)(May 23):641-644, (271)(May 30):686-689. >First cited in Mon. 8: 1-11< Goodman 872
Beamer, Ben

1996 2.1374 Up from Colorado Canon; prospector Beamer talks of the chances for good ore. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 9(2):9. [Reprinted from the Denver Republican, Morning, July 17, 1892.]
Beamer, L. D., and Beamer, R. H.

1930 19.4512 Biological notes on some western cicadas. New York Entomological Society, Journal, 38(3)(September):291-305. [Grand Canyon, see Diceroprocta apache, p.296.]

1930 11.7086 Biological notes on some western cicadas. New York Entomological Society, Journal, 38(3)(September):291-305.
Beamer, R. H.

1948 19.4363 Some new species of Delphacodes (Homoptera, Fulgoridae, Delphacinae); Part IV. Kansas Entomological Society, Journal, 21(3)(July):96-110. [See pp. 100-101, D. apicata, n.sp. Under "Macropterous Form", Includes holomorphotype from "Grand Canyon, Ariz., Aug. 11, 1927, R. H. Beamer".]
Bean, Corleia R., and Bean, Blanch

1899 2.13989 [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. 102.
Bean, Dan; Dudley, Tom; and Hultine, Kevin

2013 11.3978 Bring on the beetles! The history and impact of tamarisk biological control. In: Sher, Anna, and Quigley, Martin F. (eds.), Tamarix; a case study of ecological change in the American West. Oxford, New York, Auckland, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Hong Kong, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico City, Nairobi, New Delhi, Shanghai, Taipei, and Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 377-403. [N.B.: Running-title head for this chapter reads, "Here Come the Beetles!"]
Bean, Lowell J., and Mason, William M.

1962 2.1375 (eds.) Diaries and accounts of the Romero expeditions in Arizona and California, 1823-1826. Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, for Palm Springs Desert Museum, 117 pp.

1964 2.20769 Land of little summers. Desert Magazine, 27(3)(March):39-41. [Coachella Valley.]
Bean, Lowell John

1991 2.21045 Preface. In: Shipek, Florence, Delfina Cuero; her autobiography, an account of her last years and her ethnobotanic contributions. Menlo Park, California: Ballena Press, pp. 1-5.
Bean, Michael J.

2013 19.3745 Endangered and Threatened wildlife and plants; designation of Critical Habitat for Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. Federal Register, 78(2)(January 3):344-534.
Bean, Tom

2001 2.8524 [Remarks.] In: John Riffey Memorial Tall Tale Rendezvous; Tuweep, Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park, April 21, 2001. [Tuweep, Arizona]: [Liz and Clair Roberts], p. 60.

2014 28.1083 Snow-draped junipers flank the setting moon at Mather Point on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Arizona Highways, 90(12)(December):18-19.
Bean,Tom

2010 19.3233 A Utah juniper spreads out at Trailview Overlook on the Grand Canyon's South Rim. In: Bunyan, Paul (ed.) Branching out; a portfolio. Arizona Highways, 86(8):30-41.
Bear West Consulting Team

1990 18.147 Preliminary final analysis report; scoping comments; March 12 - May 4, 1990, Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Statement, Bureau of Reclamation. Bear West Consulting Team, 186 pp.

1990 18.148 Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Statement. Final analysis report on scoping comments, March 12-May 4, 1990. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Colorado River Studies Office, 161 pp. + 6 appendices individually paginated [total 205 pp.]. >Mon. 8: 4-32<

1994 13.432 [Draft] Public comments analysis report; operation of Glen Canyon Dam Draft Environmental Impact Statement, January 4-April 11, 1994. Bear West Consulting Team, for Colorado River Studies Office, Bureau of Reclamation, 43 pp.
Bear, Elwood

1969 2.15487 John Wesley Powell--He tamed the Colorado. Civil Service Journal, 9(3):2-7.
Bear, Fred

1956 26.334 Kaibab bucks. Grayling, Michigan: Bear Archery Co., film no. 16. 16 mm sound film (distributed by Grayling Film Service, Grayling, Michigan). 12:00.
Bear, Jordan

2012 2.17502 "Venturing out on a ledge to get a certain picture": The "authentic" spaces of Alvin Langdon Coburn's Grand Canyon. Photographies (Abingdon, Oxfordshire), 5(1)(March):51-70.
Bear, Tom

2007 28.646 Arms of Vishnu. In: Exposure [section]. Outdoors, 32(12)(December):30. [River guide Drew Read climbing fluted Vishnu Schist.]
Beard, Brian L., and Johnson, Clark M.

1997 21.6076 Hafnium isotope evidence for the origin of Cenozoic basaltic lavas from the southwestern United States. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102(B9)(September 10):20,149-20,178.
Beard, Charles A., and Bagley, William C.

1918 2.21489 The history of the American people. New York: Macmillan Co., 678 pp. [See p. 589: "John Wesley Powell, who had explored the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, early advocated the construction of large dams for storing water from the mountain streams so that it could be slowly fed out to the plains." (entire note)]
Beard, Dan

1890 6.771 Bird flats. In: Jack-in-the-Pulpit [section]. St. Nicholas, 17(11)(September):974. [Letter regarding a bird nest, beginning with the comment, "Some time ago a young reader of St. Nicholas (who, by the way, has just returned from a daring exploring expedition in the Grand Cañon of the Colorado) brought me [this two-story nest, illustrated] . . ."; not otherwise pertinent to this bibliography.]

1941 6.695 Old February--the American month. In: A Page by Dan Beard [column]. Boys' Life, 31(2)(February):21, 50. [See p. 21: "Two of my boys [boy scouts] made that terrible trip down the canyon of the Colorado, and they all came back ALIVE and in good condition." (entire note; no further elaboration)]
Beard, Dan [2]

1932 6.935 Boy heroes of today; Boy Scout Gold Honor Medal awards. New York: Brewer Warren and Putnam, 160 pp. [See photo facing p. 109, "A group of Boy Scout hikers in the Grand Canyon." Depicts group of scouts on rim of Grand Canyon. No text mention of Grand Canyon.]
Beard, Daniel P.

1996 12.495 Water policy for the next generation. World Rivers Review, (July):4-5.

1998 13.433 Dan Beard on restoring Glen Canyon. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(1)(Winter 1997-1998):7-8. [Issue mailed late January or early February, 1998.]

2000 13.1700 Afterword. In: Porter, Eliot, The place no one knew; Glen Canyon on the Colorado. Commemorative edition (David Brower, ed.; in cooperation with the Glen Canyon Institute). Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, pp. 177-179.

2015 12.4867 Deadbeat dams; why we should abolish the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and tear down Glen Canyon Dam. Boulder, Colorado: Johnson Books, 143 [145] pp.
Beard, Daniel P. |New York Times|

1997 3.1058 (October 6) Dams aren't forever. By Daniel P. Beard. (p. A19)
Beard, Daniel P., and Marston, Ed

1995 12.1419 A progressive bureaucrat signs off. High Country News, (July 24):19. [Beard interviewed by Ed Marston.]
Beard, Jim

2003 30.988 "Over the Edge: Death in Grand Canyon" by Michael Ghiglieri and Tom Myers. Vestiges (Utah Rock Art Research Association), 23(10)(October):10.
Beard, L. Sue

1991 21.184 Contrasting structural geometries along the Lake Mead shear zone in the Virgin and South Virgin Mountains, Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 23(5):A234. >Mon. 8: 3-100<

1993 21.185 Tertiary stratigraphy of the South Virgin Mountains, southeast Nev., and the Grand Wash Trough, northwest Ariz. 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. 29-32.

1996 21.186 Paleogeography of the Horse Spring Formation in relation to the Lake Mead fault system, Virgin Mountains, Nevada and 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. 27-60.

1998 21.187 Strain-partitioning in a mixed strike-slip/extensional faulting regime: An example from the Virgin Mountains, Nevada-Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 30(6):3.
Beard, L. Sue, and Anderson, Zachary W.

2014 11.7049 Vertical axis rotation along the Lake Mead fault system near Hoover Dam, Arizona-Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 46(5):97.
Beard, L. Sue, and Campagna, David J.

2012 11.6780 Geologic map of the Devils Throat quadrangle, Clark County, Nevada. Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, Map 181, scale 1:24,000, 1 sheet, text 9 pp.
Beard, L. Sue, and Faulds, James E.

2010 21.5428 Kingman uplift, paleovalleys and extensional foundering in northwest Arizona [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 9 pp.

2010 11.2108 Kingman uplift, paleovalleys and extensional foundering in northwest Arizona [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 9 pp.

2011 11.2259 Kingman uplift, paleovalleys and extensional foundering in northwest Arizona. In: Beard, L. Sue, Karlstrom, Karl E., Young, Richard A., and Billingsley, George H. (eds.), CRevolution 2--Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System, workshop abstracts; May 24-26, 2010, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2011-1210, pp. 28-37.
Beard, L. Sue, and Ward, Sonja

1993 21.188 Tertiary sedimentation along the Lake Mead fault system, Virgin Mountains, Nevada-Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 25(5):8.
Beard, L. Sue; Anderson, R. E.; Block, D. L.; Bohannon, R. G.; Brady, R. J.; Castor, S. B.; Duebendorfer, E. M.; Faulds, J. E.; Felger, T. J.; Howard, K. A.; Kuntz, M. A.; and Williams, V. S.

2007 24.359 Preliminary geologic map of the Lake Mead 30' x 60' quadrangle, Clark County, Nevada, and Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2007-1010, scale 1:100,000, contour interval 50 m; text 84+ pp. (Digital database by Debra Block, Tracey Felger, Melissa Aldrich, Michelle Harr, Anita Kaye, and Sue Priest.)
Beard, L. Sue; Anderson, Zachary W.; and Felger, Tracey J.

2011 11.2222 Structural controls on thermal springs in Black Canyon, Arizona and Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 43(4):83.
Beard, L. Sue; Anderson, Zachary W.; Felger, Tracey J.; and Seixas, Gustav B.

2013 11.7018 Geologic framework of thermal springs, Black Canyon, Nevada and Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2013-1267-B, 58 pp., plate. [For related geologic map, see Felger et al., 2013-1267-A (Item no. 11.7019).]
Beard, L. Sue; Campagna, David J.; and Anderson, R. Ernest

2010 11.1888 Geometry and kinematics of the eastern Lake Mead fault system in the Virgin Mountains, Nevada and Arizona. In: Umhoefer, Paul J., Beard, L. Sue, and Lamb, Melissa A. (eds.) Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central Basin and Range. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 463, pp. 243-274.
Beard, L. Sue; Felger, Tracey J.; House, P. Kyle, Amoroso, Lee; and Howard, Keith A.

2013 11.5286 Geologic history of Lake Mead National Recreation Area portrayed in new geologic map database. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):373.
Beard, L. Sue; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Young, Richard A.; and Billingsley, George H.

2011 21.5531 (eds.) CRevolution 2--Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System, workshop abstracts; May 24-26, 2010, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2011-1210, 300 pp. (Workshop organizers: Andres Aslan, L. Sue Beard, George Billingsley, P. Kyle House, Karl E. Karlstrom, Joel Pederson, and Richard A. Young.)
Beard, L. Sue; Umhoefer, P. J.; Martin, K. L.; and Blythe, N.

2007 11.7201 From detachment to transtensional faulting: A model for the Lake Mead extensional domain based on new ages and correlation of subbasins [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 88(52, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract T21D-07.
Beard, L. Sue; Young, Richard A.; and Faulds, James E.

2010 11.1965 Structure, paleogeography, and extensional foundering of the Kingman uplift, Northwest Arizona and Southeast Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 42(5):75.
Beard, Linda Sue

1985 11.4190 Precambrian geology of the Cottonwood Cliffs area, Mohave County, Arizona. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 115 pp. map. [Map (original hand-colored): "Geologic map of the Cottonwood Cliffs area, Mohave County, Arizona", scale 1:15,000; base from U.S. Geological Survey Valentine SE 1:24,000 quadrangle, 1968.]
Beard, Steve

2002 2.13401 Aftershocks; the end of style culture. London: Wallflower Press. [See "Techno Pagan; arena, 47, september/october 1994", pp. 6-9. Grand Canyon, pp. 8, 9.]
Beare, Emma

2007 2.11583 (project ed.) 501 must-visit natural wonders. London: Bounty Books, 544 pp. (see cover, p. 29).
Bearnson, Margaret S.

1994 2.7405 John Wesley Powell. In: Powell, Allen Kent (ed.), Utah history encyclopedia. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, pp. 439-440.
Beasley, C. A., and Henneberry, T. J.

1983 11.5388 Evaluation of gossyplure formulations for pink bollworm control under commercial conditions in California's Palo Verde Valley. In: Brown, J. (ed.), Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences. Mephis, Tennessee: National Cotton Council, pp. 171-172.

1984 11.5389 Combining gossyplure and insecticides in pink bollworm control. California Agriculture, 38(7/8):22-24.

1985 11.5390 Pink bollworm-gossyplure studies in the Palo Verde Valley, California. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Report ARS-39.
Beasley, Conger, Jr.; Collier, Michael; Deckert, Frank; Ganci, Dave; Gildart, Robert; Murphy, Daniel; Schmidt, Jeremy; and Trimble, Stephen

1996 2.1376 The Sierra Club guides to the national parks of the desert southwest. Stewart, Tabori and Chang; distributed by Random House, New York, 400 pp. [For earlier ed. see Sierra Club.] FQ17:419
Beasley, Delilah L.

1919 2.22216 The Negro trail blazers of California. A compilation of records from the California archives in the Bancroft Library at the University of California, in Berkeley; and from the diaries, old papers and conversations of old pioneers in the State of California. It is a true record of facts, as they pertain to the history of the pioneer and present day Negroes of California. Los Angeles: [no imprint], 317 pp. [Imperial Valley, pp. 136, 144, 186, 236, 256.]
Beasley, Dennis

2006 2.21284 Looking at the world a different way. The Legend (Over The Hill Gang, International; Colorado Springs, Colorado), (Spring):1, 3. [Begins with a reminiscence from Colorado River trip in Marble Canyon.]
Beasley, Dick, and Breed, William

1975 21.3661 Geologic cross section of the Grand Canyon-San Francisco Peaks-Verde Valley region. Geologic cross section of the Cedar Breaks-Zion-Grand Canyon region. Springdale, Utah: Zion Natural History Association, in cooperation with the National Park Service, 1 sheet, 2 sides.

1985 21.3662 Geologic cross section of the Grand Canyon-San Francisco Peaks-Verde Valley region. Geologic cross section of the Cedar Breaks-Zion-Grand Canyon region. Springdale, Utah: Zion Natural History Association, in cooperation with the National Park Service, revised, 1 sheet, 2 sides.
Beath, O. A.; Gilbert, C. S.; and Eppson, H. F.

1939 19.2086 The use of indicator plants in locating seleniferous areas in western United States. II. Correlation studies by states. American Journal of Botany, 26(5):296-315.
Beattie, G. W.

1929 2.1377 Diary of a ferryman and trader at Fort Yuma (1855-1857). Historical Society of Southern California, Annual Publication, 19(Part 1):89-128. [Louis John Frederick Jaeger.]

1929 2.1378 Diary of a ferryman and trader at Fort Yuma (1855-1857). Historical Society of Southern California, Annual Publication, 19(Part 2):213-242. [Concluded.]
Beattie, George William

1933 2.18506 Reopening the Anza Road. Pacific Historical Review, 2(1)(March):52-71.
Beattie, Mollie H.

1994 13.2662 Endangered and Threatened wildlife and plants; Determination of Endangered status for the plant Ipomopsis Sancti-Spiritus (Holy Ghost ipomopsis). Federal Register, (April 22). [Includes possible population near Grand Canyon.]

1995 19.3291 Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants; Final rule determining Endangered status for the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. Federal Register, 60(28)(February 27):10694-10715.
Beattie, R.

1999 2.7630 Grand Canyon's lost season. Travel Holiday, 182(7)(September):110-117.
Beatty, John C.

1894 12.3136 The conquest of a famous desert. The Colorado River Irrigation Company as an investment. Irrigation Age, 6(2)(February):Advertising Supplement, [9] pp.
Beatty, R. J.; Rahel, F. J.; and Hubert, W. A.

2009 11.1635 Complex influences of low-head dams and artificial wetlands on fishes in a Colorado River tributary system. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 16(6):457-467. [Muddy Creek.]
Beatty, W. B.

1962 21.189 Geology and mining operations in U.S. Guano cave, Mohave County, Arizona [abstract]. Cave Notes, 4:40-41. >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Beaty, Janice J.

1962 2.1379 The man behind Pelican Island; Theodore Roosevelt, conservationist. Frontiers (Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia), 26(5)(June):131-133, 159. [Grand Canyon mentioned.]

1963 2.1380 Edward Palmer--forgotten collector of the western frontier. Frontiers (Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia), 27(4):107-111, inside back cover.

1965 2.18679 Arizona's famous spooks. Desert Magazine, 28(10)(October):10-11.

1967 2.1381 Birds, boots, and satchel. Frontiers (Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia), 32(1)(October):12-15. [Samuel Woodhouse, Sitgreaves expedition.]
The Beau Hunks

____ 27.133 The modern American music of Ferde Grofé. Basta. CD.
Beaudoin, Bruce; Howie, John M.; Parsons, Tom; and Thompson, George A.

1990 21.190 Integrated wide-angle and near-vertical incidence three-component reflection profiling of the Colorado Plateau margin, Arizona, USA [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 71(43):1593. >Mon. 8: 3-100<
Beaudoin, Louise; Boisvert, Marie Noella; Gosselin, Marie Anne; and Boisvert, Gilberte

2009 2.21160 [Individual remarks.] In: Las Vegas, 15 au 28 Août 2009. SOQI Happiness (HTE Canada, Richmond Hill, Ontario), (September):4-5. [Remarks are those that mention trip to Grand Canyon; in passing.] [In French.]
Beaugrand, H.

1890 2.12057 Six mois dans les Montagnes-Rocheuses; Colorado--Utah--Nouveau-Mexique (preface by Louis Fréchette). Montréal: Granger Frères, 323 pp. (See particularly pp. 202-208.)
Beaumont, Henry Arthur Bouthillier de

1872 2.17172 [Comment on correspondence from Francis Berton.] Société de Géographie de Genève, Bulletin, 11:150-151. [Includes note of lower Colorado River.] [Signed "A.B."]
Beauty, Dawn, et al.

1995 17.659 Voice of the canyon; the story of the Havasupai Tribe through song and narration. Albany, New York: Garber/Pelham Productions. Cassette, and booklet, [5] pp.

1995 27.166 Voice of the canyon; the story of the Havasupai Tribe through song and narration. Albany, New York: Garber/Pelham Productions. Cassette, and booklet, [5] pp.
Beauvilliers, John

2007 28.621 North Canyon. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 4 (Spring):14.
Beauvoir, comte de [Beauvoir, Ludovic Hébert, marquis de]

1872 2.15879 Voyage autour du monde; Pékin, Yeddo, San Francisco. Paris: Henri Plon, 359 pp. [Numerous later eds.]

1874 2.15880 Pékin, Yeddo, San Francisco; voyage autour de monde. Pari: E. Plon et Cie, 8th ed., 360 pp. (see pp. 265-266).
Beaver, J. R.; Blasius-Wert, B. J.; Kirsch, J. E.; Hickman, G. J.; Teacher, C. E.; Rosati, T. C.; and Scotese, K. C.

2010 11.7791 Phytoplankton and zooplankton communities of reservoirs of the Colorado River: Impacts of dreissenid mussels and drought [abstract]. In: Aquatic Sciences: Global Changes from the Center to the Edge; abstract book, 2010 Summer Meeting, Joint Meeting with ASLO and NABS, 6-11 June 2010, Santa Fe, NM, USA, p. 17. [Includes Lake Mead.] [Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography. North American Benthological Society.]
Beaver, John R.; Hickman, G. J.; Rosati, T. C.; Maynard, M.; Thorson, M.; and Scotese, K. C.

2011 11.6955 Trophic level interactions in Lake Havasu, AZ-CA following invasion by dreissinid mussels [abstract]. In: Limnology and Oceanography in a Changing World; Book of Abstracts; ASLO [Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography] 2011 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 13-18 February 2011, Puerto Rico Convention Center, San Juan, Puerto Rico, p. 22.
Beaver, John R.; Rosati, Teodoro C.; Scotese, Kyle C.; Teacher, Catherine E.; Blasius-Wert, Becky J.; Kirsch, Janet E.; Tausz, Caludia E.; Buccier, Kristen M.; and Renicker, Thomas R.

2012 11.3029 Plankton community dynamics in Lake Mead, NV (2007-2011): Importance of nannoplankton [sic] to Daphnia [abstract]. In: 2012 Lake Mead Symposium. Reno: Nevada Water Resources Association, p. 15. (Document running title: 2012 Lake Mead Symposium, Tuscany Suites and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 5-6, 2012.)
Beaver, John R.; Tausz, Claudia E.; Blasius-Wert, Becky J.; Kirsch, Janet E.; Renicker, Thomas R.; Cooper, Derrick D.; Manis, Erin E.; and Baldarelli, Lauren M.

2014 11.6587 Quagga mussels have limited impact on phytoplankton and zooplankton phenology and composition in Lake Mead, NV (2007-2013) [abstract]. In: 2014 Lake Mead Science Symposium. [No imprint], p. 9.
Beaver, John R.; Tausz, Claudia E.; Renicker, Thomas R.; Holdren, G. Chris; Hosler, Denise M.; Manis, Erin E.; Scotese, Kyle C.; Teacher, Catherine E.; Vitanye, Benjamin T.; and Davidson, Rachel M.

2014 11.6863 The late summer crustacean zooplankton in western U.S.A. reservoirs reflects ecoregion, temperature and latitude. Freshwater Biology, 59(6)(June):1173-1186.
Beaver, John R.; Teacher, Catherine E.; Blasius-Wert, Becky J.; and Kirsch, Janet E.

2009 11.1725 Characterization of the phytoplankton communities in the basins of Lake Mead--do quagga mussels influence cyanobacterial biovolume? [abstract]. In: Lake Mead Science Symposium, January 13 and 14, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada; Program. [Las Vegas: University of Nevada at Las Vegas], pp. 7-8.
Beaver, John R.; Tietjen, Todd E.; Blasius-Wert, Becky J.; Kirsch, Janet E.; Rosati, Teodoro C.; Holdren, G. Chris; Kennedy, Emmalisa M.; Hollis, Rachel M.; Teacher, Catherine E.; Buccier, Kristen M.; and Evans, Sheri K.

2010 11.2250 Persistence of Daphnia in the epilimnion of Lake Mead, Arizona-Nevada, during extreme drought and expansion of invasive quagga mussels (2000-2009). In: Special Issue: Lake Mead Limnology and Ecosystem Management. Lake and Reservoir Management, 26(4):273-282.
Beazley, E.

1969 14.25 Designed for recreation: a practical handbook for all concerned with providing leisure facilities in the countryside. London: Faber and Faber.
Bechdolt, Frederick R.

1921 2.18317 Another white man's trick. Santa Fe Magazine, 15(2)(January):17-23. [Principally about Douglas Fairbanks filming "Mollycoddle" at Hopi mesas, but which notes (p. 18) Joe Sokokutu aboard a train at Williams, Arizona, "[changing] from riding breeches and puttees to the garb of his tribe in which he earned his living by helping to adorn the spacious landscape about El Tovar" (entire note). Photograph of Sokokutu in riding breeches, with Mr. and Mrs. Fairbanks, at one of the Hopi mesas, p. 19.]

1930 2.1382 Giants of the Old West. New York and London: Century Co., 245 pp. Guidon 47

1969 2.1383 Giants of the Old West. Freeport, New York: Books for Libraries Press, 245 pp.
Bechtel, Jim

2010 2.16809 [Comments.] From: Uprun Accounts from other Expedition Members. In: Hamilton, Joyce, White water; the Colorado River Jet Boat Expedition (Tony Kean, ed.; foreword by Phil Smith and Buzz Belknap). Christchurch, New Zealand: Joyce Hamilton and Tony Kean, 50th anniversary ed., pp. 260-261.
Bechtel, Jim, and Belknap, Bill

2010 2.14582 It was in the afternoon-. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 23(3)(Fall):48. [Photo by Bill Belknap; Jim Bechtel and Georgie White face-to-face at Elves Chasm, during the jet boat uprun. With excerpt from letter, Jim Bechtel to Marty Andeson, explaining the photo.]
Bechtold, I. C.; Liggett, M. A.; and Childs, J. F.

1973 11.6954 Remote sensing reconnaissance of faulting in alluvium, Lake Mead to Lake Havasu, California, Nevada and Arizona; an application of ERTS-1 satellite imagery. Newport Beach, California: Argus Exploration Company, for [U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration], Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, [9] pp. (Contract no. NAS5-21809.)
Beck, Bethany

2007 17.632 [Comment on “Freefall” article by Annette McGivney and Teru Kuwayama in June issue.] In: Trail Log [letters section]. Backpacker, (August):21.
Beck, Cliff

2002 2.9153 The people who hike Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(5)(Fall):[1-2]. [N.B.: Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 5".]

2002 2.9158 The scary spot in the trail. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(5)(Fall):. [N.B.: Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 5".]

2002 4.208 In fond memory. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(5)(Fall):. [N.B.: Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 5".] [BUTCHART, ROMA ( -2002) and BUTCHART, HARVEY ( -2002)]

2002 2.9155 Happy Birthday, Maverick! Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(5)(Fall):[3]. [Laurent Gaudreau.] [N.B.: Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 5".]

2003 2.9374 It's 2003 already. Grand Canyon Footprints 1(6)(Spring):[1]. [N.B. Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 6".]

2003 2.9656 GCHBA happenings. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(7)(Fall):[1]. [N.B. Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 7".]

2004 2.9823 The votes are in. Footprints, no. 8 (January/February):1.

2004 2.9824 Another hiking season comes to an end. Footprints, no. 8 (January/February):1.

2004 2.9825 A change for "Footprints". Footprints, no. 8 (January/February):1.

2004 2.9901 Introductions are in order. Footprints, no. 9 (March/April):1.

2004 2.9902 The latest news. Footprints, no. 9 (March/April):8. [Hiking permits, condors, Gale Burak, annual meeting.]

2004 2.10083 Its [sic] been quite a summer! Footprints, no. 11 (July/October):1.

2004 2.10149 Summer is here! Footprints, no. 10 (May/June):1.

2005 2.10219 A wet winter! Footprints, no. 12 (January/February):1-2.

2005 13.2262 Who uses the backcountry? A statistical review of Grand Canyon hikers. Footprints, no. 13 (September):8-9.

2005 15.348 Welcome back, Doctor Myers. Footprints, no. 13 (September):3. [Tom Myers.]

2006 2.10540 From the last newsletter . . . Footprints, no. 14 (February):2-18. [Ellipsis is part of the title. Introductory paragraph to several responses regarding a list of trail names and origins on the U.S. National Park Service website, which appeared in Footprints, no. 13 (September 2005), p. 6). Regarding specifically the Rust Trail (Old Kaibab Trail), responses by Gale Burak, Fred Swanson, and Joseph Rust; with extensive selections from a story by Joseph Rust, "From the Dirty Devil to the Bright Angel, the History of David D. and Ruth W. Rust", the full story of which was posted on the Grand Canyon Hikers and Backpackers Association website.]

2006 2.10829 We've been busy. Footprints, no. 15 (November):1.

2007 15.397 Lessons learned; staying alive in the Grand Canyon. Footprints, no. 17 (August):2-4.

2007 2.11279 Happenings at GCHBA. Footprints, no. 17 (August):1. (Grand Canyon Hikers and Backpackers Association.)
Beck, Colleen M.; Edwards, Susan R.; and King, Maureen L.

2011 12.3724 (with Harold Drollinger, Robert Jones, and Barbara Holz) The off-site Plowshare and Vela uniform programs: Assessing potential environmental liabilities through an examination of proposed nuclear projects, high explosive experiments, and high explosive construction activities. Volume 2 of 3. Las Vegas: Desert Research Institute, Division of Earth and Ecosystem Sciences, Cultural Resources Technical Report 111, separately paginated sections, [464] pp. total. (Prepared for U.S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration, Nevada Site Office, Las Vegas. Contract No. DE-AC52-06NA26383.) (DOE/NV/26383-22.) [See page 5-3, in listing of "Low Level Projects": "Coconino Dam; Nuclear Explosives to Construct a Slide Dam and Spillway" [Little Colorado River], and "Colorado River Desalinization; Nuclear Craters for Desalinization Plant". See also "Arizona Aqueduct; Nuclear Explosive for Water Redistribution System, Plowshare Program", pages 5-9 to 5-10; "Coconino Dam; Nuclear Explosives to Construct a Slide Dam and Spillway, Plowshare Program", page 5-20; "Colorado River Desalinization; Nuclear Craters for Desalinization Plant, Plowshare Program", page 5-21.]
Beck, David A., and Wilson, Jon W.

2006 11.4938 Synoptic discharge, water-property, and pH measurements for Muddy River Springs area and Muddy River, Nevada, February 7, 2001. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5237, 12 pp.
Beck, Edwin A.

1899 2.14066 [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.
Beck, G. L.

1965 21.191 Hydrology and structure of the Crazy Jug area, Grand Canyon, Arizona [abstract]. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 82, pp. 8-9. >Mon. 8: 3-16<

1967 21.192 Quantitative analysis of the Muav aquifer, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona [abstract]. National Speleological Society, Bulletin, 29:105-106. >Mon. 8: 3-16<

1968 21.193 Quantitative analysis of the Muav aquifer, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona [abstract]. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 101, p. 431. >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Beck, G. L., and Dunn, J. R.

1967 21.194 A preliminary report on the Muav aquifer, Grand Canyon, Arizona [abstract]. National Speleological Society, Bulletin, 29:97. >Mon. 8: 3-16<
Beck, George L.

1964 21.6448 Hydrology and structure of the Crazy Jug area, Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: New Cave Reports [section]. The Netherworld News (National Speleological Society, Pittsburgh Grotto), 12(10)(October):139.
Beck, Jonathan M.

2006 19.3746 (ed.) Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Jacob Ryan vegetation management, North Kaibab Ranger District, Kaibab National Forest, Coconino County, Arizona. U.S. Forest Service, Southwestern Region, 128 pp.
Beck, Lawrence A.

1989 14.26 Whitewater use of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park. In: Palmer, Gary K., and Giles, Scott B. (eds.), 10th Intermountain Leisure Symposium Proceedings, Provo, Utah, November 16, 1989. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University.
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