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Special Sale Item 1

Memoir 207 - Origin and Evolution of Precambrian High-Grade Gneiss Terranes, with Special Emphasis on the Limpopo Complex of Southern Africa


Description:

Many early Precambrian high-grade metamorphic provinces differ subtly from more recent ones, with higher temperatures at shallower depth in the crust. This may in part be attributed to higher crustal heat production. The question of what else might have been different presents a challenge, as the control “everything else being equal” is removed from the experiment. The first section of Memoir 207 deals with mineralogic and petrologic aspects of high-grade metamorphism, including melting and the nature of fluids. Chapters 6 to 13 focus on the Limpopo Complex of southern Africa, with case studies and reviews of its geochronology and crustal evolution, and of the regional structural and burial-exhumation history. Problems of unraveling the effects of successive tectonometamorphic events in a polymetamorphic province are addressed from the geochronologic and the petrologic perspectives. The last two chapters include numerical simulations of lower crustal diapirism in high-grade metamorphism, and a review of tectonic models for the Limpopo Complex. This well-rounded book is relevant to the big question of uniformitarianism in plate tectonics and its effects.

Contents:

1. Microstructures of melt-bearing regional metamorphic rocks
2. Petrological and experimental application of REE- and actinide-bearing accessory minerals to the study of Precambrian high-grade gneiss terranes
3. Fluids in granulites
4. Fluid-absent melting versus CO2 streaming during the formation of pelitic granulites: A review of insights from the cordierite fluid monitor
5. Local mineral equilibria and P-T paths: Fundamental principles and applications to high-grade metamorphic terranes
6. The geochronology of the Limpopo Complex: A controversy solved
7. High-pressure and ultrahigh-temperature metamorphism of Precambrian high-grade terranes: Case study of the Limpopo Complex
8. Granite emplacement and the retrograde P-T-fluid evolution of Neoarchean granulites from the Central Zone of the Limpopo Complex
9. Intracrustal radioactivity as an important heat source for Neoarchean metamorphism in the Central Zone of the Limpopo Complex
10. A review of Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotope studies in the Limpopo Complex and adjoining cratonic areas, and their bearing on models of crustal evolution and tectonism
11. Thrust exhumation of the Neoarchean ultrahigh-temperature Southern Marginal Zone, Limpopo Complex: Convergence of decompression-cooling paths in the hanging wall and prograde P-T paths in the footwall
12. Neoarchean to Paleoproterozoic evolution of the polymetamorphic Central Zone of the Limpopo Complex
13. Archean magmatic granulites, diapirism, and Proterozoic reworking in the Northern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Belt
14. Heterogeneous strain and polymetamorphism in high-grade terranes: Insight into crustal processes from the Athabasca Granulite Terrane, western Canada, and the Limpopo Complex, southern Africa
15. Formation and evolution of Precambrian granulite terranes: A gravitational redistribution model
16. Tectonic models proposed for the Limpopo Complex: Mutual compatibilities and constraints

Special Sale Item 2
Memoir 211 - Peninsular Ranges Batholith, Baja and Southern California


Description:
The Peninsular Ranges batholith is the southern part of the Cretaceous magmatic arc that extends over 1500 km from northern California to the tip of Baja California. The emphasis of this volume is on the more completely exposed northern 600 km of the Peninsular Ranges batholith. Petrology, geochronology, and regional aspects of individual plutons, as well as evolution of part of the overall batholith are discussed in the 24 chapters. A number of chapters deal with geophysical, chemical, and isotopic interpretations of the genesis and evolution of the batholith. A CD-ROM containing detailed color maps and a wealth of chemical, isotopic, mineralogic, and physical properties data is included.

Contents:

1. Geophysical framework of the Peninsular Ranges batholith—Implications for tectonic evolution and neotectonics
2. Age and isotopic systematics of Cretaceous borehole and surface samples from the greater Los Angeles Basin region: Implications for the types of crust that might underlie Los Angeles and their distribution along late Cenozoic fault systems
3. Framework and petrogenesis of the northern Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California
4. U-Pb zircon geochronology of plutonism in the northern Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California: Implications for the Late Cretaceous tectonic evolution of southern California
5. Potassium-argon cooling ages in the northern part of the Peninsular Ranges batholith and offsets on the Elsinore and San Jacinto fault zones
6. Thermochronology of Cretaceous batholithic rocks in the northern Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California: Implications for the Late Cretaceous tectonic evolution of southern California
7. Pb-Sr-Nd-O isotopic characterization of Mesozoic rocks throughout the northern end of the Peninsular Ranges batholith: Isotopic evidence for the magmatic evolution of oceanic arc–continental margin accretion during the Late Cretaceous of southern California
8. Low-initial-Sr felsic plutons of the northwestern Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California, and the role of mafic-felsic magma mixing in continental crust formation
9. Santiago Peak volcanics: Early Cretaceous arc volcanism of the western Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California
10. Petrology and chemistry of the Green Acres gabbro complex near Winchester, Riverside County, California
11. Lakeview Mountains pluton: A dynamically emplaced pluton, northern Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California
12. A study of sampling requirements to determine modal variability within the Lakeview Mountains pluton, northern Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California
13. Subduction transitioning from beneath oceanic crust to beneath continental crust, northern Peninsular Ranges batholith: Structural and thermal imprint on prebatholithic rocks
14. SHRIMP-RG U-Pb ages of provenance and metamorphism from detrital zircon populations and Pb-Sr-Nd signatures of prebatholithic metasedimentary rocks at Searl Ridge, northern Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California: Implications for their age, origin, and tectonic setting
15. A west-to-east geologic transect across the Peninsular Ranges batholith, San Diego County, California: Zircon evidence for the mixing of crustal- and mantle-derived magmas, and comparisons with the Sierra Nevada batholith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16. Mineralogy and physical properties of plutonic and metamorphic rocks of the Peninsular Ranges batholith, San Diego County, California
17. The zoned Ramona plutonic complex: An Early Cretaceous mid- to upper-crustal intrusive sequence, Peninsular Ranges batholith, southern California
18. The Rattlesnake Valley and Oriflamme Canyon plutons: Key temporal markers in the Jurassic and Cretaceous development of the transition zone of the Peninsular Ranges batholith
19. Upper Jurassic Peñasquitos Formation—Forearc basin western wall rock of the Peninsular Ranges batholith
20. Mesozoic tectonic evolution of the southern Peninsular Ranges batholith, Baja California, Mexico: Long-lived history of a collisional segment in the Mesozoic Cordilleran arc
21. Tectonic implications of postcontractional magmatism of the Alisitos arc segment of the Peninsular Ranges, Baja California, Mexico
22. Structural evidence for mid-Cretaceous suturing of the Alisitos arc to North America from the Sierra Calamajue, Baja California, Mexico
23. A paleomagnetic transect of the mid-Cretaceous Peninsular Ranges batholith, Baja California, Mexico
24. The Sierra San Pedro Mártir zoned pluton, Baja California, Mexico 
Special Sale Item 3
Memoir 213 - Linkages and Feedbacks in Orogenic Systems


Description:

Dedicated to Bob Hatcher, this Memoir explores linkages between tectonic processes through a series of field-, numerical- and laboratory-based studies, concentrating on feedback mechanisms within ancient and evolving orogens by which individual or linked tectonic processes may influence or predetermine the operation of other processes in space and time. Case studies cover a wide range of ancient to modern orogens: the Svecofennian of southern Finland, the Gyeonggi Massif of Korea, the Caledonides of northern Scotland, the Variscan of the East European craton, the Appalachians of the eastern United States, the European Alps and Dinarides, north Cascades of the northwestern United States, and the Himalaya. Emphasis is placed on integration between data sets developed from a wide range of analytical approaches, including: field mapping, seismic reflection profiling, strain analyses, petrology, isotopic dating, and numerical modeling-based studies of thermal evolution associated with tectonic processes such as thrust-related burial and exhumation.

Contents:
1. Evaluating kinematic displacement rate effects on transient thermal processes in thrust belts using coupled thermomechanical finite-element models
2. Techniques for understanding fold-and-thrust belt kinematics and thermal evolution
3. Basement-cover tectonics, structural inheritance, and deformation migration in the outer parts of orogenic belts: A view from the western Alps
4. Paleozoic tectonic evolution of the western Blue Ridge, southern Appalachians: A critical examination of long-standing conflicts in a polydeformed system
5. Strain gradients in the Day Mountain thrust sheet, Massachusetts, USA: Implications for deformation during thrusting and strain localization
6. Synconvergence extension and midcrustal exhumation in the Internal Dinarides
7. How (not) to recognize a midcrustal channel from outcrop patterns
8. Quartz inclusions in garnet: Time capsules of early mountain building
9. Paleoproterozoic to Triassic crustal evolution of the Gyeonggi Massif, Korea: Tectonic correlation with the North China craton  

Special Sale Item 4
SP 498 Understanding Open-Vent Volcanism and Related Hazards


Description:

Volcanic hazards work in developing countries is evolving and is increasingly done by scientists and engineers in home countries. At the same time, scientists in the developed world, where volcanic hazards may not be as immediate, are eager to participate in collaborative efforts, especially to highlight new tools. The lure of working at sites where there is diverse volcanic activity is strong, and collaborative science provides support for infrastructure development in home countries. Experience participating in international collaborative work during real volcanic crises is especially valuable to young scientists engaged in graduate and postdoctoral studies. This volume is the third GSA Special Paper this decade to focus on Central American volcanic hazards, and these chapters demonstrate continued maturation of international hazards work.


Contents:

1. A 50 yr eruption of a basaltic composite cone: Pacaya, Guatemala
2. Crater lake evolution at Santa Ana Volcano (El Salvador) following the 2005 eruption
3. Continuous subsidence associated with the long-lasting eruption of Arenal Volcano (Costa Rica) observed by dry-tilt stations
4. A pilot GPS study of Santa Ana Volcano (Ilamatepec) and Coatepeque caldera, El Salvador
5. Gravity and geodesy of Concepción Volcano, Nicaragua
6. An analysis of the seismic activity of Popocatépetl Volcano, Mexico, associated with the eruptive period of December 2002 to February 2003: Looking for precursors
7. Temporal changes in eruptive behavior identified with coda wave interferometry and seismo-acoustic observations at Fuego Volcano, Guatemala
8. Insights into explosion dynamics and the production of ash at Stromboli from samples collected in real-time, October 2009
9. Large-volume Barriles and Caisán debris avalanche deposits from Volcán Barú, Panama
10. Hazards related to lava tubes and caves in the Sierra Chichinautzin monogenetic volcanic field (México) 11. Estimation of tephra-fall and lahar hazards at Hudson Volcano, southern Chile: Insights from numerical models
12. Explosive volcanic history and hazard zonation maps of Boquerón Volcano (San Salvador volcanic complex, El Salvador)
Special Sale Item 5
Review of Enginnering Geology 17 -  Understanding and Responding to Hazardous Substances at Mine Sites in the Western United States



Description:

This volume documents interesting approaches, techniques, and practical scientific considerations associated with mine site remediation. It also highlights how various federal, state, and local agencies and organizations are trying to bring the best science possible to bear on this serious problem. Some chapters focus on specific methods for characterization, particular contaminant issues, and impacts from the release of hazardous substances from mine and mill sites. Others describe successful response actions, technologies, or practical approaches for addressing contaminant releases to the environment.

Contents:

1. Addressing the toxic legacy of abandoned mines on public land in the western United States
2. Characterizing infiltration through a mine-waste dump using electrical geophysical and tracer-injection methods, Clear Creek County, Colorado
3. Strategies to predict metal mobility in surficial mining environments
4. The effects of acidic mine drainage from historical mines in the Animas River watershed, San Juan County, Colorado — What is being done and what can be done to improve water quality?
5. Mining-impacted sources of metal loading to an alpine stream based on a tracer-injection study, Clear Creek County, Colorado
6. On-site repository construction and restoration of the abandoned Silver Crescent lead and zinc mill site, Shoshone County, Idaho
7. Approaches to contamination at mercury mill sites: Examples from California and Idaho
8. Approaches to site characterization, reclamation of uranium mine overburden, and neutralization of a mine pond at the White King–Lucky Lass mines site near Lakeview, Oregon
9. Passive treatment of acid rock drainage from a subsurface mine
10. Management of mine process effluents in arid environments
11. Sampling and monitoring for closure
 
GSA Memoirs


This is my regular stock of GSA Memoirs

Memoirs are listed in order by number and have
the typical red cloth binding


 

 

MS Book and Mineral Company regular stock of GSA Memoirs:

M 2 / Ruedemann, R. / PALEOZOIC PLANKTON OF NORTH AMERICA, New York, 1934, cl, 141 pages, 26 plates, 6 figs., used, $ 10

M 5 / Balk, R. / STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOR OF IGNEOUS ROCKS, Boulder, various reprint dates from 1937 to 1977, cl, 177 pages, used, $ 10

M 15 / Kerr, P. F. / TUNGSTEN MINERALIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES, GSA M 15, Baltimore, 1946, cl, 241 pages, used, $ 10

M 19 / Ruedemann, R. / GRAPTOLITES OF NORTH AMERICA, Baltimore, 1947, cl, 652 pages, 92 plates, used, $ 10

M 23 / Miller, A. K. / TERTIARY NAUTILOIDS OF THE AMERICAS, Baltimore, 1947, cl, 234 pages, 100 plates, 30 figs., 1 table, used, $ 10

M 24 / Pike, W. S., Jr. / INTERTONGUING MARINE AND NONMARINE UPPER CRETACEOUS DEPOSITS OF NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, AND SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO, GSA M 24, Baltimore, 1947, cl, 103 pages, 12 plates (1 plate in pocket), 7 figs., used, $ 10

M 29 / Larsen, E. S., Jr. / BATHOLITH AND ASSOCIATED ROCKS OF CORONA, ELSINOIRE, AND SAN LUIS REY QUADRANGLES, Baltimore, 1948, cl, 182 pages, used, this is a photocopy version bound in cloth, $ 15

M 30 / Turner, F. J. / MINERALOGICAL AND STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION OF THE METAMORPHIC ROCKS, New York, 1949, cl, 342 pages, used, $ 10; also available, new, $ 20

M 38 / Pike, W. S., Jr. / INTERTONGUING MARINE AND NONMARINE UPPER CRETACEOUS DEPOSITS OF NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, AND SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO, Baltimore, 1947, cl, 103 pages, 12 plates (1 plate in pocket), 7 figs., used, $ 10

M 39 / Longwell, C. R, / SEDIMENTARY FACIES IN GEOLOGIC HISTORY, New York, 1952, cl, 171 pages, used, $ 10

M 40 / Stumm, E. C. / REVISION OF THE FAMILIES AND GENERA OF THE DEVONIAN TETRACORALS, New York, 1949, cl, 92 pages, GSA M 40, used, $ 10; also avbailable, new, $ 15

M 41 / Miller, A. K. and Youngquist, W. / AMERICAN PERMIAN NAUTILOIDS, New York, 1949, cl, 218 pages, 59 plates, 39 figs., used, $ 10

M 42 / Wang, Y. / MAQUODETA BRACHIOPODA OF IOWA, New York, 1949, cl, 55 pages, used, $ 10; also available, new, $ 15

M 44 / Bassler, R. S. / FAUNAL LISTS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF PALEOZOIC CORALS, New York, 1950, cl, 315 pages, used, $ 10

M 45 / Bastin, E. S. / INTERPRETATION OF ORE TEXTURES, New York, 1960, cl, 101 pages, used, $ 10

M 46 / Phleger, F. B. and Parker, F. L. / ECOLOGY OF FORAMINIFERA, NORTHWEST GULF OF MEXICO, PART 1. FORAMINIFERA DISTRIBUTION, AND PART 2. FORAMINIFERA SPECIES, New York, 1951, cl, 64 pages, 2 plates, 33 figs., 37 tables, new, $ 10

M 48 / Kay, M. / NORTH AMERICAN GEOSYNCLINES, New York, reprint of 1950 original, cl, 143 pages, - 3 -, $ 10

M 50 / Goldman, M. I. / DEFORMATION, METAMORPHISM, AND MINERALIZATION IN GYPSUM-ANHYDRITE CAP ROCK, SULPHUR SALT DOME, LOUISIANA, New York, 1952, cl, 196 pages, used, $ 25

M 52 / Emmons, R. C., et.al. / SELECTED PETROGENIC RELATIONSHIPS OF PLAGIOCLASE, Baltimore, 1953, cl, 142 pages, used, $ 10

M 53 / Petrunkevitch, A. / PALEOZOIC AND MESOZOIC ARACHNIDA OF EUROPE, New York, 1953, cl, 128 pages, used, $ 10

M 54 / LeRoy, L. W. / BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE MAQFI SECTION, EGYPT, Baltimore, 1953, cl, 70 pages, 13 plates, 1 biostratigraphy plate, used, $ 10

M 55 / Cooper, B. N. / TRILOBITES FROM THE LOWER CHAMPLAINIAN FORMATIONS OF THE APPALACHIAN VALLEY, New York, 1953, cl, 69 pages, used, $ 10

M 56 / Williams, A. / NORTH AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN STROPEODONTIDS: THEIR MORPHOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS, Baltimore, 1953, cl, 67 pages, used, $ 10

M 59 / Whittington, H. B. and Evitt, W. R. II / SILICIFIED MIDDLE ORDOVICIAN TRILOBITES, New York, 1954, cl, 137 pages, used, $ 35; also available, new, $ 45

M 62 / Miller, A. K., et.al. / ORDOVICIAN CEPHALOPOD FAUNA OF BAFFIN ISLAND, New York, cl, 234 pages, 63 plates, used, $ 10

M 67  / Ladd, H. S., Ed. / TREATISE ON MARINE ECOLOGY AND PALEOECOLOGY, Volume 2- Paleoecology, Baltimore, 1957, 1077 pages, new, $ 20, used, $ 10

M 68 / Sando, W. J. / BEEKMANTOWN GROUP (LOWER ORDOVICIAN) OF MARYLAND, New York, 1957, cl, 161 pages, 20 figs., 15 plates (5 in pocket), 3 tables, used, $ 10; also available, new, $ 15

M 70 / Elias, M. K. and Condra, G. E. / FENESTELLA FROM THE PERMIAN OF WEST TEXAS, Baltimore, 1957, cl, 158 pages, new, $ 10

M 71 / Anderson, R. Y. and Kirkland, D. W. / PALEOEOLOGY OF AN EARLY PLEISTOCENE LAKE OF THE HIGH PLAINS OF TEXAS, Boulder, 1969, cl, 215 pages, used, $ 20

M 73 / Fyfe, W. S., Turner, F. J., and Verhoogen, J. / METAMORPHIC REACTIONS AND METAMORPHIC FACIES, Boulder, 1958, 259 pages, used, $ 10

M 74 / Tuttle, O. F. and Bowen, N. L. / ORIGIN OF GRANITE IN THE LIGHT OF EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN THE SYSTEM NaAlSi3O8-KAlSi3O8-SiO2-H2O, Baltimore, 153 pages, used, $ 10

M 76 / Van Winkle, P. K. / TYPE SPECIMENTS OF MARINE MOLLUSCA DESCRIBED BY P. P. CARPENTER FROM THE WEST COAST (SAN DIEGO TO BRITISH COLUMBIA), New York, 1958, 376 pages, 35 plates, used, $ 10

M 77 / Wisser, E. / RELATION OF ORE DEPOSITION TO DOMING IN THE NORTH AMERICAN CORDILLERA, New York, 1960, cl, GSA Memoir 77, 117 pages, used, $ 10

M 78 / LaRocque, A. / MOLLUSCAN FAUNAS OF THE FLAGSTAFF FORMATION OF CENTRAL UTAH, New York, 1960, cl, 100 pages, 4 plates, 2 figs., 3 tables, used, $ 10

M 79 / Griggs, D. and Handin, J., Ed. / ROCK DEFORMATION, Baltimore, 1960, cl, 382 pages, used $ 20 [Studying rock stress and deformation with rotation, pressure changes, temperature changes, more...]

M 81 / Muir-Wood, H. and Cooper, G. A. / MORPHOLOGY, CLASSIFICATION AND LIFE HABITS OF THE PRODUCTOIDEA (BRACHIOPODA), Baltimore, 1960, cl, 593 pages, 135 plates, 8 figs., used, $ 10

M 83 / Perkins, B. F. / BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC STUDIES IN THE COMANCHE (CRETACEOUS) SERIES OF NORTHERN MEXICO AND TEXAS, New York, 1960, cl, 138 pages, 34 plates, 26 figs., used, $ 10

M 86 / Kraft, J. C. / MORPHOLOGIC AND SYSTEMATIC RELATIONSHIPS OF SOME MIDDLE ORDOVICIAN OSTRACODA, New York, 1962, cl, 112 pages, 19 plates, 15 figs., used, $ 10

M 88 / Ross, C. A. / STANDARD WOLFCAMPIAN SERIES (PERMIAN), GLASS MOUNTAINS, TEXAS, Baltimore, 1963, cl, 205 pages, 29 plates, 11 figs., 4 tables, new, $ 10

M 89 / Winters, S. S. / SUPAI FORMATION (PERMIAN) OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA, GSA M 89, New York, 1963, cl, 99 pages, 8 figs., 9 plates, 3 tables, used, $ 10

M 90 / Nelson, S. J. / ORDOVICIAN PALEONTOLOGY OF THE NORTHERN HUDSON BAY LOWLAND, New York, 1963, cl, 152 pages, used, $ 10

M 93 / Stumm, E. C. / SILURIAN AND DEVONIAN CORALS OF THE FALLS OF THE OHIO, New York, 1964, cl, 184 pages, 80 plates, used, $ 15

M 111 / Pessagno, E. A., Jr. / UPPER CRETACEOUS STRATIGRAPHY OF THE WESTERN GULF COAST AREA OF MEXICO, TEXAS, AND ARKANSAS, Boulder, 1969, cl, 139 pages, 60 plates (in pocket), used, $ 10

M 113 / Anderson, R. Y. and Kirkland, D. W. / PALEOEOLOGY OF AN EARLY PLEISTOCENE LAKE OF THE HIGH PLAINS OF TEXAS, GSA M 113, Boulder, 1969, cl, 215 pages, used, $ 20

M 115 / Larsen, L. H., Ed. / IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC GEOLOGY, Boulder, 1969, cl, 561 pages, used, $ 20

M 116 / Coats, R. R., et.al. / STUDIES IN VOLCANISM, A MEMOIR IN HONOR OF HOWEL WILLIAMS, Boulder, 1968, cl, 678 pages, new, $ 20 [Contents cover the Bodie Hills, California; Hot Creek Range, Nevada; Boulder Batholith, Montana, much more]

M 121 / Johnson, J. G. / GREAT BASIN LOWER DEVONIAN BRACHIOPODA, Boulder, 1970, cl, 421 pages, used, $ 20

M 124 / Ernst, W. G. and Seki, Y., Onuki, H., and Gilbert, M. C. / COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LOW-GRADE METAMORPHISM IN THE CALIFORNIA COAST RANGES AND THE OUTER METAMORPHIC BELT OF JAPAN, Boulder, 1970, cl, 276 pages, used, $ 25

M 125 / Stanley, S. M. / RELATION OF SHELL FORM TO LIFE HABITS OF THE BIVALVIA (MOLLUSCA), Boulder, 1970, cl, 296 pages, used, $ 40

M 126 / Hays, J. D., Ed. / GEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE NORTH PACIFIC, Boulder, 1970, cl, 323 pages, used, $ 20

M 136 / Goldthwait, R. P., Ed. / TILL, A SYMPOSIUM, GSA M 136, Columbus, 1971, cl 402 pages, used, some page wrinkling, $ 10

M 143 / Van Andel, T. H., et.al. / CENOZOIC HISTORY AND PALEOCEANOGRAPHY OF THE CENTRAL EQUATORIAL PACIFIC OCEAN: A REGIONAL SYNTHESIS OF DEEP SEA DRILLING PROJECT DATA, Boulder, 1975, cl, 134 pages, 68 figs., 7 tables, 5 appendices (3 in pocket on mf), - 2 -, $ 15

M 144 / Curtis, B. F., Ed. / CENOZOIC HISTORY OF THE SOUTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS, Boulder, 1975, cl, 279 pages, used, $ 10; also available, new $ 20

M 145 / Cline, R. M. and Hays, J. O., Ed. / INVESTIGATION OF LATE QUATERNARY PALEOCEANOGRAPHY AND PALEOCLIMATOLOGY, Boulder, 1976, cl, 464 pages, 1 plate of 3 figs. (in pocket), numerous appendices on 3 mf (in pocket), used, $ 10; also available, new, $ 20

M 152 / Smith, R. B. and Eaton, G. P., Ed. / CENOZOIC TECTONICS AND REGIONAL GEOPHYSICS OF THE WESTERN CORDILLERA, Boulder, 1978, cl, 388 pages, 9 plates in slipcase, used, $ 10; also available, new, $ 20

M 153 / Crittenden, M.D., Jr. and Coney, P. J., Ed. / CORDILLERAN METAMORPHIC CORE COMPLEXES, Boulder, 1986, cl, 490 pages, used, $ 10; another copy, new, $ 20

M 154 / Kulm, L. D., et. al., Ed. / NAZCA PLATE: Crustal Formation and Andean Convergence, New York, 1981, cl, 824 pages, used, $ 20; also available, new, $ 30

M 157 / Miller, D. M., Todd, V. R., and Howard, K. A. / TECTONIC AND STRATIGRAPHIC STUDIES IN THE EASTERN GREAT BASIN, Boulder, 1983, cl, 327 pages, new, $ 25

M 158 / Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Williams, H. and Zietz, I., Eds. / CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TECTONICS AND GEOPHYSICS OF MOUNTAIN CHAINS, Boulder, 1983, cl, 223 pages, used, $ 20; also available, new, $ 25

M 160 / Medaris, L. G., et.al. / EARLY PROTEROZOIC GEOLOGY OF THE GREAT LAKES REGIONS, Boulder, 1983, cl, 141 pages, new, $ 20

M 161 / Medaris, L. G., Jr., et.al., Ed. / PROTEROZOIC GEOLOGY: SELECTED PAPERS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM, Boulder, 1983, cl, 315 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

M 163 / Kennett, J. P., Ed. / THE MIOCENE OCEAN: Paleoceanography and Biogeography, Boulder, 1985, cl, 337 pages, 53 tables, 215 figs., 4 plates (1 in pocket), 18 appendices on 3 mf (in pocket), new, $ 20

M 166 / Moore, J. C., Ed. / STRUCTURAL FABRIC IN DEEP SEA DRILLING PROJECT CORES FROM FOREARCS, Boulder, 1986, cl, 160 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), used, $ 20

M 172 / Pakiser, L. C. and Mooney, W. D. / GEOPHYSICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, Boulder, 1989, cl, 826 pages, new, $ 20

M 179 / Link, P. K., Kuntz, M. A., Platt, L. B. / REGIONAL GEOLOGY OF EASTERN IDAHO AND WESTERN WYOMING, Boulder, 1992, cl, 312 pages, new, $ 40

M 184 / Veevers, J. J. and Powell, C. McA., Ed. / PERMIAN-TRIASSIC PANGEAN BASINS AND FOLDBELTS ALONG THE PANTHALASSAN MARGIN OF GONDWANALAND, Boulder, 1994, cl, 368 pages, used, $ 20

M 187 / Veevers, J. J. and Tewari, R. C. / GONDWANA MASTER BASIN OF PENINSULAR INDIA: BETWEEN TETHYS AND THE INTERIOR OF THE GONDWANALAND PROVINCE OF PANGEA, Boulder, 1995, cl, 72 pages, new, $ 10

M 189 / Meyerhoff, A. A., et.al. / PHANEROZOIC FAUNAL AND FLORAL REALMS OF THE EARTH: THE INTERCALARY RELATIONS OF THE MALVINOKAFFRIC AND GONDWANA FAUNAL REALMS WITH THE TETHYAN FAUNAL REALM, GSA M 189, Boulder, 1996, cl, 69 pages, - 1 -, $ 20

M 191 / Sinha, A. K., Whalen, J. B., and Hogan, J. P. / THE NATURE OF MAGMATISM IN THE APPALACHIAN OROGEN, Boulder, 1997, cl, 429 pages, new $ 20

 

 
GSA Special Papers


This is my regular stock of GSA Special Papers

Special Papers are listed in order by number and have a
typical paper binding


 

 

MS Book and Mineral Company regular stock of GSA Special Papers:


SP 2 / Rathbun, M. J. / FOSSIL DEVONIAN CORALS OF OHIO, Baltimore, 1935, pb, 160 pages, 26 plates, 2 figs., used, $ 15

SP 8 / Stewart, G. A. / MIDDLE DEVONIAN CORALS OF OHIO, Baltimore, 1938, pb, 120 pages, 20 plates, 2 figs., used, $ 15

SP 22 / Stockdale, P. B. / LOWER MISSISSIPPIAN ROCKS OF THE EAST-CENTRAL INTERIOR (OF THE UNITED STATES), GSA SP 22, Baltimore, 1939, pb, 248 pages, 26 plates, 2 figs., - 5 -, $ 10

SP 23 / Kindle, E. M. and Miller, A. K. / BIBLIOGRPAHIC INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA, Baltimore, 1939, pb, 178 pages, used, $ 20

SP 28 / Gilluly, J. / ORIGIN OF GRANITE, Boulder, 1959 reprint of 1948 original, 139 pages, cl, used, $ 5; also available, new, $ 10

SP 37 / Ulrich, E. O., et.al. / OZARKIAN AND CANADIAN CEPHALOPODS, PART I: NAUTILICONES, Baltimore, 1942, pb, 157 pages, 57 plates, 23 figs., 1 table, used, $ 45

SP 38 / Cloud, P. E., Jr. / TEREBRATULOID BRACHIOPODA OF THE SILURIAN AND DEVONIAN, Baltimore, 1942, pb, 182 pages, 26 plates, 17 figs., 3 tables, used, $ 24

SP 39 / Clark, B. L. / Clark, B. L. / Eocene Radiolarian Fauns from the Mt, Diablo Area, California, Baltimore, 1942, pb, 112 pages, 9 plates, 5 figs., used, $ 18

SP 43 / David, L. R. / MIOCENE FISHES OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Baltimore, pb, 193 pages, 16 plates, 39 figs., used, $ 20

SP 44 / Vaughan, T. W. and Wells, J. W. / REVISION OF THE SUBORDERS, FAMILIES, AND GENERA OF THE SCLERACTINIA, Baltimore, 1943, pb, 363 pages, used, $ 25

SP 45 / Bassler, R. S. and Moody, M. W. / BIBLIOGRAPHIC AND FAUNAL INDEX OF PALEOZOIC PELMATOZOAN ECHINODERMS, Baltimore, 1943, pb, 740 pages, used, $ 20

SP 48 / Okulitch, V. J. / NORTH AMERICAN PLEOSPONGIA, Baltimore, 1943, pb, 112 pages, 18 plates, 19 figs., used, $ 20

SP 51 / Campbell, A. S. and Clark, B. L. / MIOCENE READIOLARIAN FAUNAS FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Baltimore, 1944, b, 76 pages, 7 plates, used, $ 15

SP 52 / King, R. E., et.al. / GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF THE PERMIAN AREA NORTHWEST OF LAS DELICIAS, SOUTHWESTERN COAHUILA, MEXICO, Baltimore, 1944, pb, 172 pages, 45 plates, 29 figs., used, $ 25

SP 53 / Condra, G. E. and Elias, M. K. / STUDY AND REVISION OF ARCHIMEDES (HALL), Baltimore, 1944, pb, 243 pages, 41 plates, 6 figs., used, $ 20; another copy bound in afb, $ 30

SP 54 / Lochman, C. and Duncan, D. / EARLY UPPER CAMBRIAN FAUNAS OF CENTRAL MONTANA, Baltimore, 1944, pb, 181 pages, 19 plates, 2 figs., used, $ 30

SP 56 / Keen, A. M. and Bentson, H. / CHECK LIST OF CALIFORNIA TERTIARY MARINE MOLLUSCA, Baltimore, 1944, pb, 280 pages, used, $ 20

SP 57 / Campbell, A. S. and Clark, B. L. / RADIOLARIAN FROM UPPER CRETACEOUS OF MIDDLE CALIFORNIA, Baltimore, 1944, pb, 61 pages, 8 plates, 2 figs., used, $ 15

SP 58 / Ulrich, E. O., et.al. / OZARKIAN AND CANADIAN CEPHALOPODS, PART III: LONGICONES AND SUMMARY, Baltimore, 1944, pb, 226 pages, 68 plates, 9 figs., used, $ 45

SP 65 / Heezen, B. C., et.al. / THE FLOORS OF THE OCEANS – I. The North Atlantic, New York, 1959, cl, 122 pages, 30 plates (plates 20 - 30 stitched inside back cover), 49 figs., 3 tables, used, $ 10

SP 75 / Birman, J. H. / GLACIAL GEOLOGY ACROSS THE CREST OF THE SIERRA NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, New York, pb, 80 pages, 6 figs., 5 plates (one in pocket), 11 tables, used, $ 10

SP 79 / Storr, J. F. / ECOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY OF THE CORAL-REEF TRACT, ABACO ISLAND, BAHAMAS, New York, 1964, pb, 98 pages, 17 figs., 8 plates, 134 tables, - 3 -, $ 10

SP 80 / Gilluly, J. / VOLCANISM, TECTONISM, AND PLUTONISM IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES, New York, 1965, pb, 69 pages, used, $ 10

SP 88 / Mattox, R. B., Ed. / SALINE DEPOSITS: A SYMPOSIUM BASED ON PAPERS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERECE ON SALINE DEPOSITS, Houston, 1962, New York, 1968, pb, 701 pages, used, $ 10

SP 124 / Bandy, O. L., Ed. / RADIOMETRIC DATING AND PALEONTOLOGIC ZONATION, GSA SP 124, Boulder, 1970, pb, 247 pages, used, $ 10  [Contents: Concepts in late Paleozoic correlations; Cenozoic time scale; Potassium-Argon dating of Pacific Coast Miocene foraminifera; much more....]

SP 135 / Zen, E-An / THE TACONIDE ZONE AND THE TACONIC OROGENY IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE NORTHERN APPALACHIAN OROGEN, Boulder, 1972, pb, 72 pages, 13 figs., used, $ 10

SP 138 / Heckel, P. H. / NATURE, ORIGIN, AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TULLY LIMESTONE, Boulder, 1973, pb, 244 pages, 10 plates, 47 figs., 16 tables, used $ 20

SP 148 / Briggs, G., Ed. / CARBONIFEROUS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES, Boulder, 1974, afb, 361 pages, used, $ 10

SP 169 / Bowin, C. / CARIBBEAN GRAVITY FIELD AND PLATE TECTONICS, Boulder, 1976, pb, 79 pages, 19 figs., used, $ 10

SP 172 / Pakiser, L. C. and Mooney, W. D. / GEOPHYSICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, Boulder, 1989, cl, 826 pages, new, $ 20

SP 194 / Bartholomew, M. J., Ed. / THE GRENVILLE EVENT IN THE APPALACIANS AND RELATED TOPICS, Boulder, 1984, pb, 287 pages, new, $ 25

SP 198 / Raymond, L. A., Ed. / MELANGES: THEIR NATURE, ORIGIN, AND SIGNIFICANCE, Boulder, 1984, pb, 170 pages, used, $ 10; also available, new $ 20

SP 206 / Engebretson, D. C., Cox, A. and Gordon, R. G. / RELATIVE MOTIONS BETWEEN OCEANIC AND CONTINENTAL PLATES IN THE PACIFIC BASIN, Boulder, 1985, pb, 49 pages, used, $ 20

SP 207 / Debiche, M. G., Cox, A., and Engebretson, D. / THE MOTION OF ALLOCHTHONOUS TERRANES ACROSS THE NORTH PACIFIC BASIN, Boulder, 1987, pb, 49 pages, used, $ 10

SP 212 / Fink, J. H. / THE EMPLACEMENT OF SILICIC DOMES AND LAVA FLOWS THE EMPLACEMENT OF SILICIC DOMES AND LAVA FLOWS, Boulder, 1987, pb, 145 pages, 118 figs., 18 tables, new, $ 40

SP 218 / Clark, S. P. Jr., Burchfiel, B. C. and Suppe, J. / PROCESSES IN CONTINENTAL LITHOSPHERIC DEFORMATION, Boulder, 1988, pb, 207 pages, used, $ 15; also available, new $ 20

SP 222 / Mitra, G. and Wojtal, S. / GEOMETRIES AND MECHANISMS OF THRUSTING, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE APPALACHIANS, Boulder, 1988, pb, 236 pages, used, $ 20

SP 224 / Edelman, S. H., et.al. / STRUCTURE ACROSS A MESOZOIC OCEAN-CONTINENT SUTURE ZONE IN THE NORTHERN SIERRA NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, Boulder, 1989, pb, 56 pages, used, $ 10; also available, new $ 20

SP 229 / Clifton, A. E. / SEDIMENTOLOGIC CONSEQUENCES OF CONVULSIVE GEOLOGIC EVENTS, Boulder, 1988, pb, 157 pages, new, $ 30

SP 230 / Dallmeyer, R. D. / TERRANES IN THE CIRCUM-ATLANTIC PALEOZOIC OROGENS, Boulder, 1989, pb, 277 pages, new, $ 25

SP 232 / Malinconico, L. L., Jr. and Lillie, R. J. / TECTONICS OF THE WESTERN HIMALAYAS, Boulder, 1989, pb, 320 pages, 1 pocket plate, new, $ 20

SP 244 / Lockley, M. G. and Rice, A. / VOLCANISM AND FOSSIL BIOTAS, Boulder, 1990, pb, 125 pages, - 3 -, $ 20; also available, new, $ 25

SP 251 / Schneider, A. F. and Faser, G. S. / LATE QUATERNARY HISTORY OF THE MICHIGAN BASIN, Boulder, 1990, pb, 123 pages, new, $ 35

SP 212 / Fink, J. H. / THE EMPLACEMENT OF SILICIC DOMES AND LAVA FLOWS, Boulder, 1987, pb, 145 pages, 118 figs., 18 tables, new, $ 40

SP 249 / Izett, G A. / THE CRETACEOUS/TERTIARY BOUNDARY INTERVAL, RATON BASIN, COLORADO AND NEW MEXICO, AND ITS CONTENT OF SHOCK-METAMORPHOSED MINERALS; EVIDENCE RELEVANT TO THE K/T BOUNDARY IMPACT-EXTINCTION THEORY, Boulder, 1990, pb, 100 pages, - 1 -, $ 30

SP 255 / Harwood, D. S. and Miller, M. M., Ed. / PALEOZOIC AND EARLY MESOZOIC PALEOGEOGRAPHIC RELATIONS; SIERRA NEVADA, KLAMATH MOUNTAINS, AND RELATED TERRAINS, GSA SP 255, Boulder, 1990, pb, 422 pages, new, $ 30

SP 259 / Force, E. R. / GEOLOGY OF TITANIUM-MINERAL DEPOSITS, Boulder, 1991, pb, 112 pages, new, $ 20

SP 260 / Nations, J. D. and Eaton, J. G. / STRATIGRAPHY, DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS, AND SEDIMENTARY TECTONICS OF THE WESTERN MARGIN, CRETACEOUS WESTERN INTERIOR SEAWAY, Boulder, 1991, pb, 216 pages, used, $ 20

SP 261 / Anderson, J. B. And Ashley, G. M., Ed. / GLACIAL MARINE SEDIMENTATION; PALEOCLIMATIC SIGNIFICANCE, Boulder, 1991, pb, 232 pages, new, $ 30

SP 270 / Clark, P. U. and Lea, P. D. / THE LAST INTERGLACIAL-GLACIAL TRANSITION IN NORTH AMERICA, Boulder, 1992, 317 pages, new, $ 28

SP 284 / Johnsson, M. J. and Basu, A. / PROCESSES CONTROLLING THE COMPOSITION OF CLASTIC SEDIMENTS, Boulder, 1993, pb, 342 pages, used, top of book shaded black, $ 20; also available, new, $ 30

SP 290 / Haynes, J. T. / THE ORDOVICIAN DEICKE AND MILLBRIG K-BENTONITE BEDS OF THE CINCINNATI ARCH AND THE SOUTHERN VALLEY AND RIDGE PROVINCE, Boulder, 1994, pb, 80 pages, new, $ 28

SP 296 / Schiffman, P. and Day, H. W., Ed. / LOW-GRADE METAMORPHISM OF MAFIC ROCKS, Boulder, 1995, pb, 187 pages, used, $ 20

SP 307 / Fastovsky, D. and Gartner, S., Ed. / THE CRETACEOUS-TERTIARY EVENT AND OTHER CATASTROPHES IN EARTH HISTORY, Boulder, 1996, on cd, 39 chapters covering the K/T boundary, mass extinctions, etc., with index, new, $ 20

SP 310 / Hereford, R., et.al. / LATE HOLOCENE ALLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE VIRGIN RIVER IN THE ZION NATIONAL PARK AREA, SOUTHWEST UTAH, Boulder, 1996, pb, 41 pages, new, $ 15

SP 312 / Ojakangas, R. W., et.al. / MIDDLE PROTEROZOIC TO CAMBRIAN RIFTING, CENTRAL NORTH AMERICA, Boulder, 1997, pb, 322 pages, new, $ 40

SP 313 / Kolate, D. R., et.al. / ORDOVICIAN K-BENTONITES OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA, Boulder, 1996, pb, 84 pages, new, $ 35

SP 321 / Klapper, G., et.al. / PALEOZOIC SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHY, BIOSTRATIGRAPHY, AND BIOGEOGRAPHY, Studies in honor of J. Granville (“Jess”) Johnson, Boulder, 1997, pb, 401 pages, new, $ 25

SP 322 / Lidiak, E. G. and Larue, D. K., Ed. / TECTONICS AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF THE NORTHEASTERN CARIBBEAN, Boulder, 1998, pb, 215 pages, new, $ 10

SP 324 / Oldow, J. S. and Lallemant, H. G. A., Ed. / ARCHITECTURE OF THE CENTRAL BROOKS RANGE FOLD AND THRUST BELT, ARCTIC ALASKA, Boulder, 1998, pb, 317 pages, new, $ 15

SP 330 / Valentino, D. W. and Gates, A. E., Ed. / THE MID-ATLANTIC PIEDMONT: THE MISSING LINK OF THE APPALACHIANS, Boulder, 1999, pb, 139 pages, new, $ 20

SP 332 / Barrera, E. and Johnson, C. C., Ed. / EVOLUTION OF THE CRETACEOUS OCEAN-CLIMATE SYSTEM, Boulder, 1999, pb, 445 pages, tiny amount of highlighting on 6 pages only, ovg, used, $ 20

SP 336 / Ramos, V. A. and Keppie, J. D., Ed. / LAURENTIA-GONDWANA CONNECTIONS BEFORE PANGEA, Boulder, 1999, pb, 276 pages, new, $ 30

SP 343 / Stowell, H. H. And McClelland, W. C., Ed. / TECTONICS OF THE COASTAL MOUNTAINS, SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA AND BRITISH COLUMBIA, Boulder, 2000, pb, 289 pages, new, $ 20

SP 351 / Weddle, T. K. and Retelle, M. J., Ed. / DEGLACIAL HISTORY AND RELATIVE SEA-LEVEL CHANGES, NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND AND ADJACENT CANADA, GSA SP 351, Boulder, 292 pages, new, $ 30

SP 353 / Link, P. K. and Mink, L. L., Ed. / GEOLOGY, HYDROGEOLOGY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION: IDAHO NATIONAL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY, EASTERN SNAKE RIVER PLAIN, IDAHO, Boulder, pb, 311 pages, new, $ 20

SP 354 / Snoke, A. W., et.al. / PETROLOGIC AND STRUCTURAL HISTORY OF TOBAGO, WEST INDIES: A FRAGMENT OF THE ACCRETED MESOZOIC OCEANIC ARC OF THE SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN, Boulder, 2001, pb, 54 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), new, $ 10

SP 408 / Heiken, G., Ed. / TUFFS: THEIR PROPERTIES, USES, HYDROLOGY, AND RESOURCES, Boulder, 2006, pb, 131 pages, new, $ 40

SP 412 / Rose, W. I., et.al., Ed. / VOLCANIC HAZARDS IN CENTRAL AMERICA, Boulder, 2006, pb, 286 pages, used, $ 10

SP 432 / Baker, G. S. and Jol, H. M., Ed. / STRATIGRAPHIC ANALYSES USING GPR (ground penetrating radar), Boulder, 2007, pb, 181 pages, new, $ 45

SP 440 / Condie, K. C. and Pease, V. / WHEN DID PLATE TECTONICS BEGIN ON PLANET EARTH? Boulder, 2008, pb, 294 pages, very slight crimp to top right corner of several pages, ovg, new, $ 40

SP 441 / Fielding, C. R., et.al., Ed. / RESOLVING THE LATE PALEOZOIC ICE AGE IN TIME AND SPACE, GSA SP 441, Boulder, 2008, pb, 354 pages, new, $ 40

 
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     REG 15 / Evans, S. G. and DeGraff, J. V., Ed. / CATASTROPHIC LANDSLIDES: EFFECTS, OCCURRENCE AND MECHANISMS, Boulder, cl, 411 pages, - 1 -, $ 45

 

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