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140 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
"Zeitschrift für Kristallographie. Supplement, Volume 38, presents the complete abstracts of all contributions to the 26th Annual Conference of the German Crystallographic Society in Essen (Germany) 2018"-- Provided by publisher.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
xi, 224 pages : illustrations (some color), maps, charts ; 26 cm.
  • ForewordJurgen Runge 1 Obituaries - Karl W. Butzer (1934-2016), Francoise Gasse (1942-2014)Jurgen Runge and Florence Sylvestre 2 Exploration of the Tibesti Mountains - Re-appraisal after 50 Years?Baldur Gabriel 3 The geomorphology and river longitudinal profiles of the Congo-Kalahari WatershedTyrel J. Flugel, Frank D. Eckardt and Woody (Fenton) P.D. Cotterill 4 Palynological Evidence (Apectodinium) of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) Event in the Sediments of the Oshosun Formation, Eastern Dahomey Basin, Southwest NigeriaOlugbenga A. Boboye and Dupe Egbeola 5 Sedimentological, palynological and stable isotopes studies on quaternary to neogene sediments of the Eastern Dahomey Basin, Lagos, NigeriaOlugbenga A. Boboye and Dupe Egbeola 6 Palynofacies, sedimentology and palaeo-environment evidenced by studies on IDA-6 well, Niger delta, NigeriaJacinta N. Chukwuma-Orji, Edward A. Okosun, Isah A. Goro and Salome H. Waziri 7 Tropical Palaeovegetation dynamics, environmental and Climate change impact from the low latitude Coastal Offshore Margin, Niger Delta, Gulf of GuineaOnema Adojoh, Fabienne Marret, Robert Duller and Peter Osterloff 8 Palaeoenvironments and Palaeoclimates during the Upper-Pleistocene and Holocene in the western Lake Kivu regionChantal Kabonyi Nzabandora, Emile Roche and Mike I. Akaegbobi 9 The Coastal Holocene Sedimentary Environments of the Bays of Loango and Pointe-Noire, Congo: Previous Works, Recent Development and SynthesisDieudonne Malounguila-Nganga, Pierre Giresse, Timothee Miyouna and Florent Boudzoumou 10 Geochronology and technological development: The microscopic and metric evidence from Middle Stone Age (MSA) points at Mumba rock-shelter, northern TanzaniaPastory G. M. Bushozi, Luis Leque and Audax Mabulla 11 Spatial Distribution and Impacts of Mining Development Minerals in Greater Accra Metropolitan Area, GhanaRosemary Okla.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781351666398 20180312
During the Neogene - covering the last 23 Million years - the evolution of the environmental setting in Africa was subject to considerable changes. Natural shifts, slow and rapid, evidenced by modifications in palaeogeography, geodynamics, climate, and vegetation have caused repeated and strong changes of ecosystems in the lower latitudes. Using a variety of proxy data - researched and applied by many authors from numerous disciplines - an attempt is made to reconstruct African landscapes over space and time. Besides such spatio-temporal oscillations in recently humid, semi-humid, and dry areas of Africa, this volume of Palaeoecology of Africa (PoA) focuses on long term interrelationships between ecosystem dynamics and climate change, not ignoring the ever growing and ongoing influence of humans on natural ecosystems since the Quaternary. Regionally, this volume lays a strong focus on Nigeria (Niger Delta). Facing the omnipresent challenges of Global Change, an increasing number of African scientists is involved in palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic research, both theoretical and applied. PoA systematically supports established as well as junior African scientists in the field of sustainable cooperation and academic capacity building. This book will be of interest to all concerned with or interested in up-to-date research on Neogene to Quaternary low latitudes ecosystem changes and their respective interpretation in the framework of natural climate and vegetation change evidenced by a variety of methods that allow to read and learn from the past by following the motto, "The geologic foretime as the key to the present, and possibly to the future." Palynologists, Geologists, Geographers, Archaeologists, and Geomorphologists will find this edition equally useful for their work.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781351666398 20180312
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
528 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
52 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
xxii, 737 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 27 cm.
As one of the premier plant collectors in North America during the late nineteenth century, the work of Cyrus Guernsey Pringle (1838-1911) was, and remains, outstanding. Far from emerging from nowhere, his illustrious career grew over the span of a decade from his earlier work in horticulture. This book first considers those years, including Pringle's contributions to three scientific efforts of national scope--the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, the 1880 census of American forests, and the Jesup Collection of North American Woods--in detail. Each opportunity was critical not only to his developing expertise in field botany, but to expanding his network of scientific colleagues. From that point forward, this volume is devoted to documenting the travels and discoveries Pringle made in the western United States and northwestern Mexico--the Pacific Slope--between 1881 and 1884. His itinerary is recorded by more than 2700 plant specimens, supplemented by contemporary accounts, correspondence among more than twenty of his friends and other scientists, as well as other primary sources. Illustrations are carefully chosen to represent the places, the plants, and this time period that was formative both for Pringle and for American botany; among them is a never before published series of photographs that Pringle took himself in 1884 in the deserts of Arizona and Sonora. Complementing this story are appendices listing the plant species and specimens that Pringle collected, along with a series of historical maps showing the routes and localities that he visited. The circumstances of Pringle's early life, the professional opportunities that he enjoyed, and the very timing of his work created a trajectory not common to other collectors. Pringle was not given to self-promotion, however, and was reluctant to publish autobiographical accounts or even to record his travels for posterity. While his later work in Mexico is best known, the story of Pringle's early career and all that he accomplished in the western states has not been written before now. This is a book that Pringle could have published had he chosen to, but one that benefits from the perspective of more than a century since his work in the region.--Back cover.
Science Library (Li and Ma)
136 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 30 cm.
  • Die Erzählung vom Silberfund von 1477 auf der St. Georg Fundgrube in Schneeberg im Erzgebirge und die Bedeutung der überlieferten Erzstufen am Museum für Mineralogie und Geologie in Dresden / Klaus Thalheim
  • Vorkommen und Abbau von Kupfererz im Erzgebirge zwischen 1470 und 1750 / H. Carsten Bittmann und Klaus Thalheim
  • Das Schmucksteininventar des Tisches von Teschen von Johann Christian Neuber aus dem Jahr 1779/80 / Klaus Thalheim
  • Das Schmucksteininventar des Prunkkamins von Johann Christian Neuber aus dem Jahr 1782 / Klaus Thalheim
  • Zwickauer Kohlesandstein als Baugestein : Eigenschaften und historische Verwendung / Heiner Siedel & Dieter Kutschke
  • Facettierte Granate in der Schwermineralfraktion des Zwickauer Kohlesandsteins (Oberkarbon, Westfal D) / Dieter Kutschke, Heiner Siedel, Bernd Ullrich
  • Dekorationsgesteine und Schmucksteine am Taufstein der Schlosskapelle in Dresden / Heiner Siedel.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
86 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 30 cm.
  • Zur Mineralogie anthropogen induzierter Alterationsprozesse - Sekundäminerale der Uranerzaufbereitungsanlage Dresden-Coschütz/Gittersee (Uranfabrik 95 der SDAG Wismut) / Bernd Ullrich
  • Natürliche Radioaktivität von Schwermineralen aus der Basaltbrekzie des Seufzergründels sowie ihre Wirkung in Zirkonkirstallen / Bernd Eichler
  • Mineralogische Untersuchungen an "Pitticit"-Proben aus geowissenschaftlichen Sammlungen / Bernd Ullrich, Klaus Thalheim
  • Zur Mineralogie anthropogen induzierter Alterationsprozesse - Sekundäminerale des historischen Alaunschieferbergbaus von Saalfeld und Schmiedefeld im Thüringischen Schiefergebirge / Bernd Ullrich
  • Letzte Erkenntnisse zu biologisch induzierten Alterationsprozessen / Bernd Ullrich.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
vii, 215 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
  • Dedication to Dr. Gaku Kimura / Timothy Byrne and Donald Fisher
  • Facies architecture, detrital provenance, and tectonic modulation of sedimentation in the Shikoku Basin: Inputs to the Nankai Trough subduction zone / by Michael B. Underwood and Kevin T. Pickering
  • Thermal conductivity changes in subducting basalt, Nankai subduction zone, SW Japan: an estimation from laboratory measurements under separate high-pressure and high-temperature conditions / by Weiren Lin, Osamu Tadai, Masataka Kinoshita, Jun Kameda, Wataru Tanikawa, Takehiro Hirose, Yohei Hamada, and Osamu Matsubayashi
  • Lithostratigraphic controls on dewatering and fluid pressure in the western Nankai subduction zone: implications for the drainage behavior and consolidation state of the underthrust sequence / by A. Hüpers, D.M. Saffer, and A.J. Kopf
  • Three-dimensional plate geometry and P-wave velocity models of the subduction zone in SW Japan: implications for seismogenesis / by Ayako Nakanishi, Narumi Takahashi, Yojiro Yamamoto, Tsutomu Takahashi, Seckin Ozgur Citak, Takeshi Nakamura, Koichiro Obana, Shuichi Kodaira, and Yoshiyuki Kaneda
  • Upper-plate tectonic hysteresis and segmentation of the rupture area during seismogenesis in subduction zones: a case study of the Nankai Trough / by Gaku Kimura, Asuka Yamaguchi, and Masataka Kinoshita
  • Tectonostratigraphy and processes of frontal accretion with horst-graben subduction at the Japan Trench / by Frederick M. Chester and J. Casey Moore
  • Initiation of tectonic mélange formation associated with the smectite-illite transition at 2-4 km depth in a subduction zone: Hota accretionary complex, central Japan / by Yuzuru Yamamoto, Jun Kameda, Mayuko Fukuyama, and Haruka Yamaguchi
  • Emplacement of a layered mafic intrusion in the Shimanto accretionary complex of southwest Japan: evidence from paleomagnetic and magnetic fabric analysis / by K. Kodama, T. Byrne, J.C. Lewis, J.P. Hibbard, M. Sato, and T. Koyano
  • Thermal fluid migration in the Kumano forearc basin, Nankai Trough, estimated via vitrinite reflectance measurement / by Kuniyo Kawabata, Arito Sakguchi, Yohei Hamada, Takeshi Tsuji, Yujin Kitamura, and Saneatsu Saito
  • Styles of underplating in the Marin Headlands terrane, Franciscan complex, California / by Christine A. Regalla, Christie D. Rowe, Nicolas Harrichhausen, Matthew S. Tarling, and Jyotsana Singh
  • Normal faults at same depth as thrust faults in an exhumed accretionary complex, Kayo Formation, Okinawa Islands, Japan / by Yoshitaka Hashimoto, Dai Ueda, Yuhei Motomiya, Kota Tobe, Ayaka Saiki, Kiyohiko Morita, and Kohtaro Ujiie
  • Fluid-related deformation processes at the up- and downdip limits of the subduction thrust seismogenic zone: What do the rocks tell us? / by Åke Fagereng, Johann F.A. Diener, Susan Ellis, Francesca Remitti.
"Chapters examine a variety of topics and locales, including thermal structure of the ocean crust, and potential fluid pathways in the Shikoku Basin; deformation and thermal maturation of sediments along accretionary margins from Japan to New Zealand to western North America; and deformation processes near the subducting plate interface"-- Provided by publisher.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
viii, 348 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
  • Preface and acknowledgments / Gary D. Rosenberg and Renee M. Clary
  • Dedication to Michele La Clergue Aldrich (1942-2016) / Renee M. Clary and Gary D. Rosenberg
  • Something to be said for natural history museums / Gary D. Rosenberg and Renee M. Clary
  • Contemporary natural history museums at the forefront of geoscience literacy and research. Natural history museums : facilitating science literacy across the globe / Jere H. Lipps
  • Bridging the two fossil records : paleontology's "big data" future resides in museum collections / Warren D. Allmon, Gregory P. Dietl, Jonathan R. Hendricks, and Robert M. Ross
  • Historical collections and formative years : foundations for the future. Filippo Buonanni and the Kircher Museum / Ashley J. Inglehart
  • All is not lost : history from fossils and catalogues at the Museum of Natural history, University of Florence / Stefano Dominici and Elisabetta Cioppi
  • Museum Wormianum : collecting and learning in seventeenth-century Denmark / Lisbet Tarp
  • Fossil collections and mapping the Silurian : an example from Scandinavia / John A. Diemer
  • Exhibiting life history at the Paris Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle (nineteenth-twenty-first centuries) / Claudine Cohen
  • History and importance of the geoscience collections at the Natural History Museum Vienna / Christian Koeberl, Franz Brandstätter, Mathias Harzhauser, and Christa Riedl-Dorn
  • Different functions of learning and knowledge - geology takes form : museums in the Habsburg Empire, 1815-1848 / Marianne Klemun
  • The museums of Philadelphia / Sally Newcomb
  • Carl Akeley's revolution in exhibit design at the Milwaukee Public Museum / Gary David Rosenberg
  • Geology and paleontology at the California Academy of Sciences, 1895-2016 : a brief overview / Alan E. Leviton and Michele L. Aldrich
  • The Rutgers Geology Museum : America's first geology museum and the past 200 years of geoscience education / Lauren Neitzke-Adamo, A.J. Blandford, Julia Criscione, Richard K. Olsson, and Erika Gorder
  • Twenty-first-century museum history in the making. The role of the Dunn-Seiler Museum, Mississippi State University, in promoting public geoliteracy / Renee M. Clary and Amy Moe-Hoffman
  • Twenty-first-century natural history : planetary geology in natural history museums / J. C. Aubele and L. S. Crumpler
  • Museums at the intersection of science and citizen : an example from a SIlurian reef / Patricia Coorough Burke and Peter M. Sheehan
  • The Children's Museum of Indianapolis : a history of leveraging field expeditions and lab work to enhance public engagement / Dallas C. Evans
  • Live science in the "Valley of the Last Dinosaurs" : a public window into the world of paleontology / John Hankla, Samantha Sands, Megan Sims, and Jeremy Wyman
  • Digitization reveals and remediates challenges to research on dispersed museum collections from Florissant fossil beds, Colorado / Gwen S. Antell
  • From public lands to museums : the foundation of U.S. paleontology, the early history of federal public lands and museums, and the developing role of the U.S. Department of the Interior / Gregory A. Liggett, S. Terry Childs, Nicholas A. Famoso, H. Gregory McDonald, Alan L. Titus, Elizabeth Varner, and Cameron L. Liggett
  • Museums, paleontology, and a biodiversity science-based approach / Bruce S. Liberman and Julien Kimmig.
"Natural history museums have progressively improved public engagement through immersive exhibits, participation in field expeditions, and research using museum holdings. This volume samples the story of museum development and illustrates that the historical successes of natural history museums have positioned them to be preeminent facilitators of science literacy well into the future"-- Provided by publisher.
Information on museum activities around the world.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
v, 339 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
  • Introduction to the Paleozoic stratigraphy and resources of the Michigan Basin / G. Michael Grammer [and three others]
  • Regional reservoir characterization of the Ordovician Upper St. Peter Sandstone, Michigan Basin, USA / Stephen Zdan and David A. Barnes
  • Geological characterization and assessment of confining layer potential of the Upper Ordovician Utica Shale, Michigan Basin, USA / Frank R. Sattler and David A. Barnes
  • A reevaluation of the Burnt Bluff Group (Llandovery, Silurian, Michigan Basin) from subsurface and outcrop data: development of a time-transgressive depositional model / P.J. Voice, W.B. Harrison III, and G.M. Grammer
  • Utilizing sequence stratigraphy to develop a depositional model for Silurian (Niagaran) reefs in the Michigan Basin / Audrey Ritter and G. Michael Grammer
  • Rock-based 3-D reservoir characterization of a Silurian (Niagaran) reef--ray gas storage field, Macomb County, Michigan / Jessica L. Wold and G. Michael Grammer
  • Windward versus leeward variability of faunal distribution in a Silurian (Wenlockian) pinnacle reef complex--Ray Reef, Macomb County, Michigan / Jennifer L. Trout, G. Michael Grammer, and William B. Harrison III
  • Porosity characterization in a Silurian reef, northern Michigan Basin, using azimuthal seismic data and potential impacts for enhanced oil recovery / Brian Toelle and Yuriy Vladimirov Ganshin
  • A new sequence stratigraphic model for the Silurian A-1 carbonate (Ruff Formation) of the Michigan Basin / Matthew J. Rine, Stephen J. Kaczmarek, and Jonathan D. Garrett
  • Evaporite facies of the Michigan Basin / William B. Harrison III and Peter J. Voice
  • Middle Devonian Sylvania Sandstone, Michigan Basin, USA / Katherine Pollard, Farsheed Rock, and David A. Barnes
  • Utilization of modern and ancient analogs to constrain 3-D geostatistical models, Devonian of South Buckeye Field, Michigan Basin / Shawn M. McCloskey and G. Michael Grammer
  • Controls on stratigraphy and sedimentation of the Mississippian Marshall Formation, Michigan Basin, USA / Joseph G. Adducci and David A. Barnes
  • Late Mississippian (Chesterian) through early Pennsylvanian (Atokan) strata, Michigan Basin, USA / Shannon M. Towne, Niah B. H. Venable, and David A. Barnes
  • Pennsylvanian Pewamo Formation and Haybridge strata of Central Michigan: the youngest rocks of the Michigan Basin? / Kathleen C. Benison.
"This volume provides new insights of the Michigan Basin to both academic and applied geoscientists; it includes papers that discuss various aspects of the sedimentology and stratigraphy of key units within the basin, as well as papers that analyze the diverse distribution of natural resources present in this basin"-- Provided by publisher.
"The Michigan Basin is a classic intracratonic basin that has played a significant role in the fundamental understanding of geological processes in such basins, and has been an important resource for oil and gas, economic minerals, groundwater, and coal. Despite the classic nature of the Michigan Basin, there has not been a "special volume" dedicated to the basin in nearly 25 years. Since that time, new advancements in the geological sciences, particularly the utilization of high-resolution sequence stratigraphy and three-dimensional geostatistical modeling, have led to a new and more comprehensive understanding of the Paleozoic sedimentary packages of the Michigan Basin. This volume provides significant new insights of the Michigan Basin to both academic and applied geoscientists; it includes papers that discuss various aspects of the sedimentology and stratigraphy of key units within the basin, as well as papers that analyze the diverse distribution of natural resources present in this basin." -- Publisher's description
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
iv, 244 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
  • Geomorphic expression of the Illinois Episode glaciation (marine isotope stage 6) in Illinois: Moraines, sublobes, subglacial lineations, and possible ice streaming / D.A. Grimley, A.C. Phillips, E.D. McKay III, and A.M. Anders
  • Age of the Sidney Geosol revisited / Thomas V. Lowell, Donald L. Pair, and Grahame Larson
  • A century of change in the methods, data, and approaches to mapping glacial deposits in Michigan / William L. Blewett, David P. Lusch, Randall J. Schaetzl, and Scott A. Drzyzga
  • Revised time-distance diagram for the Lake Michigan Lobe, Michigan Subepisode, Wisconsin Episode, Illinois, USA / B. Brandon Curry, Thomas V. Lowell, Hong Wang, and Andrew C. Anderson
  • Influence of persistent buried ice on late glacial landscape development in part of Wisconsin's Northern Highlands / John W. Attig and J. Elmo Rawling III
  • Sediment-landform assemblages in southern Michigan: implications for basal processes of the Saginaw Lobe of the Laurentide ice sheet / Alan E. Kehew, John M. Esch, and Sita Karki
  • Glaciotectonic deformation along the Valparaiso Upland in southwest Michigan / Brian C. Bird, Alan E. Kehew, and Andrew L. Kozlowski
  • Late Pleistocene deltas in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, USA / Michael D. Luehmann and Randall J. Schaetzl
  • Onset age of deglaciation following the Last Glacial Maximum in New York State based on radiocarbon ages of mammalian megafauna / Robert S. Feranec and Andrew L. Kozlowski
  • Minimum age of the Mapleton, Tully, and Labrador Hollow moraines indicates correlation with the Port Huron Phase on central New York State / Andrew L. Kozlowski, Brian C. Bird, Thomas V. Lowell, Colby A. Smith, Robert S. Feranec, and Brandon Lars Graham
  • Hydrogeologic modeling supported by geologic mapping in three dimensions: do the details really matter? / Cristian R. Medina, Sally L. Letsinger, and Greg A. Olyphant
  • Characterizing glacial sediments and features in northeast Illinois using electrical resistivity and seismic-reflection profiling / Jason F. Thomason, Timothy R. Larson, Ahmed Ismail, and Steve Sargent.
"New developments regarding coastal evolution in the Great Lakes region"-- Provided by publisher.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
vii, 184 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 29 cm.
  • Preface / by Jon Spencer
  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Sedimentary processes and stratigraphy
  • Stratigraphy and tectonics
  • Changing paleolatitudes
  • Deep underpinnings: pre-Pennsylvanian substratum
  • Broken craton: Pennsylvanian-Permian deformation
  • Distal foreland: lower to middle Triassic Moenkopi
  • Backarc Furrow: upper Triassic Chinle
  • Backarc Desert: upper Triassic to Jurassic Glen Canyon
  • Facies Mosaic: middle to upper Jurassic San Rafael
  • Foreland Megafans: upper Jurassic Morrison
  • Summary and conclusion
  • Appendix 1: trigonometric expressions for Paleolatitude calculations from Paleomagnetic data
  • Appendix 2: sources of data for areal geologic relations on Paleogeographic maps
  • Appendix 3: sources of data for Isopachs and Facies relations on Paleogeographic maps
  • Appendix 4: sources of data for Paleocurrents and Paleowinds on Paleogeographic maps
  • Appendix 5: information about Detrital-Zircon samples / compiled by G. Gehrels
  • Acknowledgments
  • References cited.
"Following this discovery and further detrital-zircon studies of Mesozoic strata on the Colorado Plateau, Dr. Dickinson began preparing this volume in order to identify key aspects of the sedimentary and tectonic history of Mesozoic strata of the Colorado Plateau and directly adjacent areas. He divided the strata into seven depositional systems"--Provided by publisher.
"William R. Dickinson (1931-2015) formally retired in 1991, but he didn't stop working, researching, and writing. His work with University of Arizona professor George Gehrels on identifying sandstone provenance using detrital-zircon U-Pb geochronology led to the determination that much of the Pennsylvanian to Jurassic sandstone of the Colorado Plateau was derived from the orogenic belt now associated with the Appalachian Mountains. Further detrital-zircon studies led to Dickinson preparing this publication in order to identify key aspects of the sedimentary and tectonic history of Mesozoic strata of the Colorado Plateau and directly adjacent areas. Dickinson divided the strata into seven depositional systems, but completed writing on only the lower five (Moenkopi, Chinle, Glen Canyon, San Rafael, Morrison) before his death in July 2015. The manuscript, however, was comprehensive in its treatment of upper Paleozoic strata and the lower five Mesozoic "deposystems," and an abstract and concluding text by Jon Spencer helped to complete the work" -- Publisher's description.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
viii, 128 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 29 cm.
  • Introduction / Beth A. Johnson
  • Beginning with mineralogy : Ellen Swallow Richards and earth system science / Jill S. Schneiderman
  • How female geologists were written out of history : the micropaleontology breakthrough / Robbie Rice Gries
  • Taboos, stowaways, and chief scientists : a brief history of women in oceanography / Katherine Lewandowski
  • Katherine Greacen Nelson : advocate for the public appreciation of earth science / Joanne Kluessendorf and Donald G. Mikulic
  • Pioneers in Antarctic research : Lois Jones and her all-woman science team explore the geochemistry of the dry valleys / Katherine Lewandowski
  • Reflections on an interdisciplinary geoscience career / C. Olson
  • Hollywood representations of women in geology : women geoscientists in film (1986-2016) / Beth A. Johnson
  • How we look and what we see : twenty years of women in GSA today / Mindy A. Kimball
  • Social media hashtags and campaigns showcasing female geoscientist selfies and stories / Laura Guertin
  • Progress of women in the geosciences : insight from a small liberal arts university / Helen A. Eifert and Alexander K. Stewart
  • The Association for Women Geoscientists : forty years of successes, struggles, and sisterhood / Blair Schneider, Lisa M. Tranel, and Mackenzie Cremeans
  • Building community to advance women in the geosciences through the Earth Science Women's Network / Rebecca T. Barnes, Erika Marin-Spiotta, and Aisha R. Morris.
"This volume highlights women's progress in geology, including past struggles and how remarkable individuals overcame them. Topics include the first American women researchers in Antarctica, Hollywood's casting of women as geologists, social media campaigns, and the stories of the Association for Women Geoscientists and the Earth Science Women's Network"--Provided by publisher.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
160 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 30 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
193 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in).
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)

17. ... annual report [2017 - ]

volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xii, 56 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 folded leaf of plates.
  • Preface
  • Geologic road log: Austin to/from Canyon Dam and Natural Bridge Caverns / C. M. Woodruff, Jr., Edward W. Collins, and Eric C. Potter
  • Tour of Canyon Dam Spillway Gorge / C. M. Woodruff, Jr., and Edward W. Collins
  • Tour of Natural Bridge Caverns / Eric C. Potter and Robert G. Loucks
  • Apppendix. Speleothems as geochemical proxies for past climate change--a summary of long-term monitoring in Natural Bridge Caverns, Comal County, Texas / Corinne Wong, Jay L. Banner, Richard Casteel, and Eric James.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
189 pages : color illustrations, charts, graphs, tables ; 29 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
78 pages : illustrations (colour), maps (colour) ; 29 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)