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Abrams, LeRoy, and Roxanna S. Ferris. 1944-1951. Illustrated flora of the Pacific states. 4 vols.. Stanford, California.: Stanford University Press.. v. 1. Ophioglossaceae to Aristolochiaceae, ferns to birthworts.--v. 2. Polygonaceae to Krameriaceae, buckwheats to kramerias.--v. 3. Geraniaceae to Scrophulariaceae, geraniums to figworts.--v. 4. Bignoniaceae to Compositae, bignonias to sunflowers

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Ackerfield, Jennifer. 2015. Flora of Colorado. Fort Worth, TX 76107-3400: Botanical Research Institute of Texas, 2015.

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  • Cynoglossum officinale L.

Adams, David K., and Andrew C. Comrie. 1997. The North American Monsoon. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 78(10):2197-2213.

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  • Eastern Mojave Climate: 36320.

Adams, Ella. n.d.. The Stone Canyon Mine. http://www.softcom.net/users/wordydave/PioneerPages/stonecanyon.htm, accessed 7 February 2013.

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  • McKay, San Luis Obispo, California.

Adams, James D., and Dana A. York. 2005. Psorothamnus fremontii and Psorothamnus arborescens (Fabaceae) in California. Madroño. 52(4):258-261. {TAS}

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  • Psorothamnus arborescens (A. Gray) Barneby
  • Psorothamnus fremontii (A. Gray) Barneby

Adams, Kenneth D. 2007. Late Holocene sedimentary environments and lake-level fluctuations at Walker Lake, Nevada, USA. GSA Bulletin. 119(1/2):126-139. {TAS-pdf}

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Adams, K. D., and T. L. Sawyer. 1998. Huntoon Valley fault system, in Quaternary fault and fold database of the United States. U.S. Geological Survey website, http://earthquakes.usgs.gov/regional/qfaults, accessed at 10/20/2006 12:34 PM.. {TAS-doc}

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Adams, Robert P., Sanko Nguyen, Julie A. Morris, and Andrea E. Schwarzbach. 2006. Re-examination of the one-seeded, serrate leaf Juniperus of southwestern United States and northern Mexico (Cupressaceae). Phytologia. 88(3):299-310. {TAS-pdf}

Adams, Kenneth D., Steven G. Wesnousky and Bruce G. Bills. 1999. Isostatic rebound, active faulting, and potential geomorphic effects in the Lake Lahontan basin, Nevada and California. GSA Bulletin. 111(12):1739-1756.

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Aedo, Carlos. 2001. The Genus Geranium L. (Geraniaceae) in North America. II. Perennial Species. Anales Jard. Bot. Madrid. 59(1):3-65. {TAS-pdf}

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American Geological Institute. 1960. Dictionary of Geological Terms, 2nd Ed. Garden City, New York: Anchor Press/Doubleday. {TAS}

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American Geological Institute. 1983. Dictionary of Geological Terms, 3rd Edition. New York.: Doubleday Books., 1983..

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Agirrezabala, L. M., H. G. Owen, and J. Garcia-Mondejar. 2002. Syntectonic deposits and punctuated limb rotation in an Albian submarine transpresisonal fold (Mutriku village, Basque-Cantrabrian basin, northern Spain). GSA Bulletin. 114(3):281-297.

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Aguirre-Diaz, Gerardo J., and Guillermo Labarthe-Hernandez. 2003. Fissure ignimbrites: Fissure-source origin for voluminous ignimbrites of the Sierra Madre Occidental and its relationship with Basin and Range faulting. Geology. 31(9):773-776.

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  • Eastern Mojave Geology: 420300.

Alameda, City of, Public Works Department. 2009. Pedestrian Plan. (Component of the City's Transportaion Master Plan). {TAS-pdf}

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Alarcón, Antonio de, D. P. 1982. La Alpujarra. Madrid: Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1892.

Albee, Beverly, J, Leila M. Shultz, and Sherel Goodrich. 1988. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah.: Utah Museum of Natural History, 1988. (February 7, 2016: appears to be offline.)

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  • Frasera albomarginata: 101100.

Albers, J. P., and J. H. Stewart. 1972. Geology and mineral deposits of esmeralda county. Bulletin. 78. Reno, Nevada: Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, 1872. {TAS-pdf}

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Alegret, Laia, Silvia Ortiz, Ignacio Arenillas, and Eustoquio Molina. 2010. What happens when the ocean is overheated? The foraminiferal response across the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum at the Alamedilla section (Spain). GSA Bulletin. 122(9/10):1616-1624. {TAS-pdf}

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Allen, Clarence R. 1957. San Andreas Fault Zone in San Gorgonio Pass, Southern California. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 68(3):315-350. {TAS}

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Allen, John Elliot. 1946. Geology of the San Juan Bautista Quadrangle, California. California Division of Mines, Bulletin 133. San Francisco: California Division of Mines, March 1946. {TAS}

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Anders, George. 2006. This old ruin: a ghost town is suspended in time, thanks to handyman's invisible hand. Wall Street journal. {TAS-pdf}

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  • Bodie, Mono, California.

Anderson, D. E., and S. G. Wells. 2004. Latest Pleistocene lake highstands in Death Valley, California. pp. 115-128 in Enzel, Y., S. G. Wells, and N. Lancaster. Paleoenvironments and paleohydrology of the Mojave and southern Great Basin deserts. Geological Society of America Special Paper 368. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America, 2003.

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Anderson, Steve, Lisa Eriksen, Cheri Howell, Lois Ports, and Lisa Seymour. 1998. Ruby Mountain Flora: A guide to common plants of the Ruby Mountains and East Humboldt Range. Elko, NV: Humboldt National Forest Interpretive Association, 1998. Purchased at the Northeastern Nevada Museum, Elko, NV.

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Anderson, John L. 2006. Vascular Plants of Arizona: Anacardiaceae Sumac Family. Canotia. 3(2):13-22.

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Anderson, Lesleigh. 2011. Holocene record of precipitation seasonality from lake calcite d18O in the central Rocky Mountains, United States. Geology. 39(3):211-214. {TAS-pdf}

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Anderson, Loran C. 1995. The Chrysothamnus-Ericameria Connection. Great Basin Naturalist. 55(1):84-88. {TAS-pdf}

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Anderson, Paul B., Thomas C. Chidsey, Jr., Douglas A. Sprinkel, and Grant C. Willis. 2003. Geology of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah-Arizona. pp. 301-335 in Sprinkel, Douglas A., Thomas C. Chidsey, Jr., and Paul B. Andersen, eds., 2003. Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments, 2nd Edition. Utah Geological Association Publication 28. Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah Geological Association and Bryce Canyon Natural History Association, 2003.

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Anderson, R. Scott. 1990. Holocene forest development and paleoclimates within the central Sierra Nevada, California. Journal of Ecology. 78: 470-489.

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Anderson, Scott W., Suzanne P. Anderson, and Robert S. Anderson. 2015. Exhumation by debris flows in the 2013 Colorado Front Range storm. Geology. 43(5):391-394. {TAS-pdf}

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Andeweg, Bernd. 2002. Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Iberian Peninsula, causes and effects of changing stress fields. Ph. D. thesis. 2002. {TAS}

Andres-Hernandez, Agustina Rosa, Teresa Terrazas, Gerardo Salazar, and Helga Ochoterena. 2014. Phylogenetic analysis based on strructural and combined analyses of Rhus s. s. (Anacardiaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 176(4):452-468.

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Anonymous. n.d.. Sierra Nevada National Park: Alpujarras, Marquesado del Zenete. Granada, Spain: Editorial Penibetica.. ISBN: 84-931217-8-9.

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Anonymous. N. D.. Mineral County, Nevada. Hawthorne, NV: Mineral County Museum. http://web0.greatbasin.net/~mcmuseum/

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Anonymous. 2003. Colorado Geologic Highway Map and Shaded Relief Map. Canon City, Colorado: GTR Mapping., 2003. ISBN 1-881262-00-6

Anonymous. n.d.. Self-Guiding Tour of Eureka, Nevada. Obtained at the Eureka Museum.

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Anonymous. n.d.. Yampa River Botanic Park. Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80477: Yampa River Botanic Park Association. Pamphlet describing the botanic park.

Anonymous. n.d.. Mammals at the Soda Springs Desert Studies Center.

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  • Zzyzx, San Bernardino, California.

Anonymous. n.d.. Amphibians and Reptiles at the Soda Springs Desert Studies Center.

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  • Zzyzx, San Bernardino, California.

Anonymous. n.d.. Palomares, Spain Medical Surveillance and Environmental Monitoring. {TAS} http://www.eh.doe.gov/health/ihp/indalo/spain.html

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Anonymous. n. d.. A Hiker's Guide to the Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, and Vegetation of Hualapai Mountain Park. n.d.,.

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Anonymous. n. d.. Lincoln County: Driving Tours and Walking Tours. {TAS-pdf} There are several sources for this uncredited document: Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce (www.lincolncountynevada.com) and Pioche Chamber of Commerce (www.piochenevada.com).

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Anonymous. n.d.. Provisional Vascular Plant List for Arches National Park. ftp://ice.ucdavis.edu/pub/NPS/Arches_National_Park/species_lists/archflor.txt

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  • Coleogyne ramosissima Torrey

Anonymous. n.d.. Provisional Vascular Plant List for Arches National Park. ftp://ice.ucdavis.edu/pub/NPS/Arches_National_Park/species_lists/archflor.txt

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  • Coleogyne ramosissima Torrey

Anonymous. 1984. Eureka sand dunes landmark. California Geology. 37(3):42.

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  • Singing and Booming Sand Dunes: 180.

Anonymous. 1996. Nevada Atlas & Gazetteer. Freeport, Maine: DeLorme, 1996. Scale: 1 inch = 4 miles (6.4 km)

Anonymous. 1996. Nevada Atlas & Gazetteer. Freeport, Maine: DeLorme, 1996. Scale: 1 inch = 4 miles (6.4 km)

Anonymous. 2000. Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, Ruby Mountains Ranger District, National Forest Map. Salt Lake City, Utah: Intermountain Region, National Forest Service, 2000. Scale 1:126,720, 1 inch = 2 miles.

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Anonymous. 2004. Bird List, Desert Studies Center, Zzyzx, California, East Mojave Desert. California Desert Studies Center, Contribution Number Series #64. {TAS}

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  • Zzyzx, San Bernardino, California.

Anonymous [Elizabeth Pierce]. 2011. Columbia University Graduate Student Field Trip to Mono Lake, CA, Field Guide. (http://eesc.columbia.edu/files/uploaded/file/FieldTrips/monolake2009/MonoLakeFieldGuide.pdf, accessed 3 March 2015.)

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Anonymous. 2016. Nevada Appeal at 150: Sept 8, 1954: Alpine County Highway to be opened. Nevada Appeal. Date retrieved: 11 February 2016, http://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/local/20567890-113/nevada-appeal-at-150-sept-8-1954-alpine

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Angiosperm Phylogeny Group. 2003. An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 141: 399-436. {TAS-pdf}

Argles, T. W., J. P. Platt, and D. J. Waters. 1999. Attenuation and excision of a crustal section during extensional exhumation" The Carratraca massif, southern Spain. Geological Society [London] Journal. 156: 149-162. {TAS-pdf}

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Argus, George W. 1997. Infrageneric Classification of Salix (Salicaceae) in the New World. Systematic Botany Monographs. 52: 1-121.

Argus, George W. 2007. Salix (Salicaceae) Distribution Maps and a Synopsis of Their Classification in North America, North of Mexico. Harvard Papers in Botany. 12(2):355-368.

Argus, George W. 2009. Salix (Willows) in the New World: A Guide to the Interactive Identification of Native and Naturalized Taxa Using Intkey (Delta). http://137.229.141.57/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/GuideToSalixInteractiveIdentification-21Apr09.pdf, accessed 5/25/2013.

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  • Salix geyeriana Andersson
  • Salix lutea Nutt.

Armato, Ivan. 1991.. The sound of one dune booming. Science. 254(5034):938. Washington DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, November 15, 1991. {TAS}

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Ash, S. R. 1987. Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona. Centennial Field Guide. Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America. 2: 405-410. {TAS-pdf}

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Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. 2008. Evaluation of Soil Arsenic Concentrations at the Rand Historical Mining Complex, Kelly Mine Site, Red Mountain, San Bernardino County, California. Atlanta, Georgia: U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, September 29, 2008.

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Aubury, Lewis E. 1902. The Copper Resources of California. Bulletin No. 23. San Francisco, CA: California State Mining Bureau, April, 1902. {TAS}

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Ausmus, Bob. 1989. East Mojave Diary. Tales of the Mojave Road #16. Norco, California: Tales of the Mojave Road Publishing Company, October 1989. {TAS}

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Austin, Mary Hunter. 1903. The Land of Little Rain. Republished 1997.. The entire text of this book is also available at: UC Berkeley.

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Averett, Walter R. 1963. Directory of Southern Nevada Placenames. Revised Edition. {TAS}

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Axelrod, Daniel I. 1976. Fossil Floras of the California Desert Conservation Area. Contract CA-060-CT8-75. Riverside, CA: Bureau of Land Management, 1976. {TAS-pdf}

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Baars, Donald L. 2003. Geology of Canyonlands National Park, Utah. pp. 61-83 in SprinkelDACA2003. Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments, 2nd Edition. Utah Geological Association Publication 28. Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah Geological Association and Bryce Canyon Natural History Association, 2003.

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Bach, Andrew J., Ronald I. Dorm, Deborah L. Elliott-Fisk, and Fred M. Phillips. 1992. Glacial Avulsion in Pleistocene Moraine Complexes of the East-central Sierra Nevada, California. History of Water: Eastern Sierra Nevada, Owens Valley, White-Inyo Mountains. WMRS Symposium Volume 4. 1992.

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Bacon, Steven N., and Silvio K. Pezzopane. 2007. A 25,000-year record of earthquakes on the Owens Valley fault near Lone Pine, California: Implications for recurrence intervals, slip rates, and segementation models. GSA Bulletin. 119(7/8):823-847. {TAS-pdf}

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Badger, Thomas C., and Robert J. Watters. 2004. Gigantic seismogenic landslides of Summer Lake basin, south-central Oregon. GSA Bulletin. 116(5/6):687-697. {TAS-pdf}

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Burn Area Emergency Response Team. 2005. Burned Area Emergency Stabilization Plan: Hackberry Complex. Primm, Nevada: National-Interagency Burned Area Emergency Response Team, July 5, 2005.

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Baer, James L., and Robert H. Steed. 2003. Geology of Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah. pp. 449-463 in Sprinkel, Douglas A., Thomas C. Chidsey, Jr., and Paul B. Andersen, eds., 2003. Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments, 2nd Edition. Utah Geological Association Publication 28. Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah Geological Association and Bryce Canyon Natural History Association, 2003.

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Bagley, Mark. 2002. Botanical survey or proposed Benton Crossing landfill and Pumice Valley landfill expansion areas, Mono County, California.

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Bagnold, R. A. 1954. The physics of wind blown sand and desert dunes. Chapman and Hall: London. 265 p.

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Bagnold, R. A. 1966. The shearing and dilation of dry sand and the "singing" mechanism. Royal Society of London, Proceedings Series A. 295: 219-232.

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Bailey, D. K. 1988. The Single-needle Pinyons - One Taxon or Three?. pp. pp. 1-18. in Hall, Clarence A., Jr and Victoria Doyle-Jones (Eds.). 1988.. The Mary DeDecker Symposium. University of California, White Mountain Research Station.. Plant Biology of Eastern California.

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  • Summaries of Literature: 60100.
  • Vegetation of the Mid Hills: 63000.

Baker, A. A. 1935. Geologic Structure of Southeastern Utah. AAPG Bulletin. 19.

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Balanyá, J. C., V. Garciá-Dueñas, and J. M. Azañón. 1997. Alternating contractional and extensional events in the Alpujarride nappes of the Alboran domain (Betics, Gibraltar Arc). Tectonics. 16: 226-238.

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Baldwin, Bruce G., Steve Boyd, Barbara J. Ertter, Robert W. Patterson, Thomas J. Rosatti, and Dieter H. Wilken. 2002. The Jepson Desert Manual: Vascular Plants of Southeastern California. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2002.

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  • Astragalus monoensis Barneby

Baldwin, Bruce G., Douglas H. Goldman, David J. Keil, Robert Patterson, and Thomas J. Rosatti. 2012. The Jepson Manual: Vascular Plants of California, Second Edition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, January 2012. {TAS}

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  • Cynoglossum officinale L.
  • Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus (Hook.) Nutt. ssp. puberulus (D. C. Eaton) H. M. Hall & Clem.

Balls, Edward K. 1962. Early Uses of California Plants. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1962.

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Banerjee, Amlan, Mark Person, Albert Hofstra, Donald Sweetkind, Denis Cohen, Andrew Sabin, Jeff Unruh, George Zyvoloski, Carl W. Gable, Laura Crossey, and Karl Karlstrom. 2011. Deep permeable fault–controlled helium transport and limited mantle flux in two extensional geothermal systems in the Great Basin, United States. Geology. 39(3):195-198. {TAS-pdf}

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Baran, Ramona, Bernard Guest, and Anke M. Friedrich. 2010. High-resolution spatial rupture pattern of a multiphase fl ower structure, Rex Hills, Nevada: New insights on scarp evolution in complex topography based on 3-D laser scanning. GSA Bulletin. 122(5/6):897-914. {TAS-pdf}

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Barbour, Michael G., Jack H. Burk, and Wanna Pitts. 1987. Terrestrial Plant Ecology. Menlo Park, California: Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Inc., 1987. {TAS}

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Barbour, Michael G., Todd Keeler-Wolf, and Allan A. Schoenherr. 2007. Terrestrial Vegetation of California. Third Edition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2007. {TAS}

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  • Juniperus osteosperma (Torrey) Little

Barker, W.R., G.L. Nesom, P.M. Beardsley, and N.S. Fraga. 2012. A taxonomic conspectus of Phrymaceae: A narrowed circumscriptions for Mimulus, new and resurrected genera, and new names and combinations. Phytoneuron. 2012(39):1-60. {TAS-pdf}

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Barneby, Rupert C. 1944. Pugillus Astragalorum III. Leaflets of Western Botany. 4(4):49-62. San Francisco, California: California Academy of Sciences, November 30, 1944. {TAS-pdf}

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Barneby, Rupert C. 1977. William H. Shockley: An early day mining engineer and exceptional plant collector. Mentzelia. 3: 19. {TAS}

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Barrios, Frank M. 2002. An appointment with death: The Howland-Dunn tragedy revisited. pp. 145-148 in Michael F. Anderson. Inagural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. A Gathering of Grand Canyon Historians: Ideas, Arguments, and First-Person Accounts. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, 2005. {TAS-pdf}

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Barth, Andrew P., Joseph L Wooden, Marty Grove, Carl E. Jacobson, and Jane N. Pedrick. 2003. U-Pb zircon geochronology of rocks in the Salinas Valley region of California: A reevaluation of the crustal structure and origin of the Salinian block. Geology. 31(6):517-520.

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Barth, Andrew P., Joseph L. Wooden, Carl E. Jacobson, and Kelly Probst. 2004. U-Pb geochronology and geochemistry of the McCoy Mountains Formation, southeastern Califronia: A Cretaceous retroarc foreland basin. GSA Bulletin. 116(1/2):142-153. {TAS-pdf}

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Bawden, A. T., and J. H. Jonte. n. d.. A Syllabus for the Mojave Desert Inspection Trip. Appears to be a field guide for a college field trip.

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Beaman, John H. 1957. The Systematics and Evolution of Townsendia (Compositae). Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University. No. . Cambridge, MA: Gray Herbarium of Harvard University, 1957. {TAS-pdf}

Bean, Betty. 1977. Horseshoe Canyon: A Brief History of the June Lake Loop. June Lake, California: June Lake Women's Club, 1977. {TAS}

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  • Potentilla anserina L. ssp. anserina

Beardsley, Paul M., and Richard G. Olmstead. 2002. Redefining Phrymaceae: the placement of Mimulus, tribe Mimuleae, and Phryma. American Journal of Botany. 89(7):1093-1102. {TAS-pdf}

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Beardsley,Paul M., Steve E. Schoenig, Justen B. Whittall, and Richard G. Olmstead. 2004. Patterns of evolution in western North American Mimulus (Phrymaceae). American Journal of Botany. 91(3):474-489. {TAS-pdf}

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Beatley, J. C. 1974. Phenological events and their environmental triggers in Mojave Desert ecosystems. Ecology. 55: 856-863.

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  • Coleogyne ramosissima Torrey

Beatley, Janice C. 1975. Climates and vegetation pattern across the Mojave / Great Basin desert transition of southern Nevada. American Midland Naturalist. 93(1):53-70. {TAS}

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  • Coleogyne ramosissima Torrey

Beatley, J. C. 1976. Vascular plants of the Nevada Test Site and central-southern Nevada: ecological and geographical distributions. Springfield, VA: National Technical Information Service. U. S. Department of Commerce.

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  • Coleogyne ramosissima Torrey

Beattle, A. J., D. E. Breedlove and P. R. Ehrlich. 1973. The Ecology of the pollinators and predators of Frasera speciosa. Ecology. 54(1):81-91. {TAS}

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  • Swertia radiata (Kellogg) Kuntze

Behnke, H.-Dietmar. 1997. Sarcobataceae - a new family of Caryophyllales. Novon. 46: 495-. {TAS-gif}

Behr, W. M., D.H. Rood, K.E. Fletcher, N. Guzman, R. Finkel, T.C. Hanks, K.W. Hudnut, K.J. Kendrick, J.P. Platt, W.D. Sharp, R.J. Weldon, and J.D. Yule. 2010. Uncertainties in slip-rate estimates for the Mission Creek strand of the southern San Andreas fault at Biskra Palms Oasis, southern California. GSA Bulletin. 122(9/10):1360-1377. {TAS-pdf}

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Bell, Charles D. 2010. Towards a Species Level Phylogeny of Symphoricarpos (Caprifoliaceae), Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA. Systematic Botany. 35(2).

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  • Symphoricarpos occidentalis Hook.

Bell, John W., and P. Kyle House. 2007. Did Plinian eruptions in California lead to debris fl ows in Nevada? An intriguing stratigraphic connection. Geology. 35(3):219-222. {TAS-pdf}

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Bell, John W., Craig M. dePolo, Alan R. Ramelli, Andrei M. Sarna-Wojcicki, and C. E. Meyer. 1999. Surface faulting and paleoseismic history of the 1932 Cedar Mountain earthquake area, west-central Nevada, and implications for modern tectonics of the Walker Lane. GSA Bulletin. 111(6):791-807. {TAS-pdf}

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Benedict, Nathan B. 1983. Plant Associations of Subalpine Meadows, Sequoia National Park, California. Arctic and Alpine Research. 15(3):383-396.

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Bennett, Richard A., Anke M. Friedrich, and Kevin P. Furlong. 2004. Codependent histories of the San Andreas and San Jacinto fault zones from inversion of fault displacement rates. Geology. 32(11):961-964. {TAS-pdf}

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Bentham, George. 1829. Audibertia. Bot. Reg. 15: 1282.

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Bentham, George. 1831. Audibertia incana. Bot. Reg. 17: 1469.

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