# Browse Dept. of Geology by Title

• (1993)
Precise source parameters, including focal depths and mechanisms, of 74 large to moderate-sized $(m\sb{b} \ge 5.5)$ earthquakes that occurred along the Kuril-Kamchatka arc between 1963 and 1991 were determined by inverting ...

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• (1967)

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• (1964)

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• (1965)

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• (1962)

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• (1967)

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• (1981)
Complex, dynamic hydrogeochemical systems--involving the transport and fractionation of water and solutes--occur in the rocks, surficial materials, and surface waters of the south fork of Wright Valley, situated in the ...

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• (1988)
Structure and chemical composition of the products of the reaction of crystalline low albite and a glass of nearly albite composition with aqueous solutions of pH's from 1 to 11 at 250$\sp\circ$C and the mechanisms of these ...

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• (1996)
Illite was first named in 1937 in Illinois by Ralph Grim, one of the founders of clay mineralogy. Illite is the most abundant clay mineral on the earth's surface. However, we know very little about the origin of illite in ...

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• (2012-05-22)
Seismic velocity models obtained from the joint inversion of ambient seismic noise correlation and receiver function analysis show a representation of the crustal and uppermost mantle velocity structure in north central ...

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• (1985)
Framework-stoichiometry glasses and glasses in the system anorthite-diopside-forsterite were examined by high resolution solid-state silicon-29 and aluminum-27 nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. High resolution ...

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• (2011-05-25)
Passive margin escarpments are large-scale geomorphic features which persist over timescales of tens of millions of years. The maintenance of steep topography over these timescales challenges conventional understanding of ...

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• (2012-05-22)
Several valleys on the southern slopes of the western Uinta Mountains exhibit stepped erosional profiles. These profiles consist of tall, steep, cliffs (~10m high) separated by low relief areas, which are often occupied ...

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• (2015-07-21)
The application of nitrogenous fertilizer to agricultural soil has potentially large impacts on environmental quality, including large scale emission of the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide and runoff of nitrates. Through ...

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• (2010-05-19)
The interaction of climate, tectonics, and topography in the Olympic Mountains of Washington State is explored to determine the influence of glaciers on spatially variable erosion and rock uplift rates. As glaciers have ...

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• (1990)
Over the last several decades, the shallow temperature survey has been developed as a surface geophysical method in ground water and geothermal energy exploration. Advances in numerical modeling techniques have made it ...

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• (2010-08-31)
A detailed understanding of the climate of the Pleistocene (1,800,000 years ago to 10,000 years ago) is crucial for constructing predictive models of future climate trends. Researchers studying past climate (paleoclimate) ...

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• (2014-05-30)
The Nazca Plate recycling underneath South America is an ideal example of modern subduction, which provides an opportunity to study mechanisms of flat-slab subduction and the nature of mantle seismic structures. Subduction ...

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