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Bibliography of Shenandoah Research

Landslides

Wieczorek, G.F., Morgan, B.A., Campbell, R.H., Orndorff, R.C., Burton, W.C., Southworth, C.S., Smith, J.A., 1996, Preliminary inventory of debris-flow and flooding effects of the June 27, 1995, Storm in Madison County, Virginia, showing time sequence of positions of storm-cell center: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 96-13, 8 p. with 1:24,000-scale plate.

Morgan, B., Iovine, G., Chirico, P., and Wieczorek, G., 1999, Inventory of debris flows and floods in the Lovingston and Horseshoe Mountain, VA, 7.5' quadrangles, from the August 19/20 1969 storm in Nelson County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 99-518, 1 plate 1:24,000, 9 p. http://greenwood.cr.usgs.gov/pub/open-file-reports/ofr-99-0518/

Morgan, B., Wieczorek, G., and Campbell, R., 1999, Historical and potential debris-flow hazard map of area affected by the June 27, 1995, storm in Madison County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Geologic Investigation Series Map I-2623B, 1:24,000.

Morgan, B., Wieczorek, G., and Campbell, R., 1999, Map of rainfall, debris flows, and flood effects of the June 27, 1995, storm in Madison County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Geologic Investigation Series Map I-2623A, 1:24,000.

Morgan, B., Wieczorek, G., and Blair, J., 2000, Debris-flow inventory and evaluation Albemarle County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 00-008, 1 plate 1:50,000, 14 p.

Wieczorek, G., Morgan, B., and Campbell, R., 2000, Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of central Virginia: Environmental & Engineering Geoscience, v. VI, n. 1, p. 3-23.

Morrissey, M., Wieczorek, G., and Morgan, B., 2001, Regional application of a transient hazard model for predicting initiation of debris flows in Madison County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 01-481, 7p., 6 figs. on CD.

Morrissey, M., Wieczorek, G., and Morgan, B., 2001, A comparative analysis of hazard models for predicting debris flows in Madison County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 01-67, 17p., 7 figs. http://geology.cr.usgs.gov/pub/open-file-reports/ofr-01-0067/

Wieczorek, G.F., Mossa, G.S., and Morgan, B.A., 2004, Regional debris-flow distribution and preliminary risk assessment from severe-storm events in the Appalachian Blue Ridge Province, USA: Landslides, Springer-Verlag, v. 1, p. 53-59.

Morrissey, M., Wieczorek, G., and Morgan, B., 2004, Transient hazard model using radar data for predicting debris flows in Madison County, Virginia: Environmental & Engineering Geoscience, v. X, n. 4, p. 285-296.

 

Landscape Evolution

Naeser, C.W., Naeser, N.D., Kunk, M.J., Morgan, B.A., III, Schultz, A.P., Southworth, C.S., and Weems, R.E., 2001, Paleozoic through Cenozoic uplift, erosion, stream capture, and deposition history in the Valley and Ridge, Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain provinces of Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, and District of Columbia [abst.]: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 33, no. 6, p. A312.

Eaton, L., Morgan, B., Kochel, R., and Howard, A., 2003, Role of debris flows in long-term landscape denudation in the central Appalachians of Virginia. Geology, v. 31, no.4, p. 339-342.

Eaton, L., Morgan, B., Kochel, R., and Howard, A., 2003, Quaternary deposits and landscape evolution of the central Blue Ridge of Virginia. Geomorphology, v. 56, p.139-154.

Litwin, R., Morgan, B., Wieczorek, G., and Eaton, L., 2003, Assessment of Late Pleistocene to Recent vegetation changes in and near Shenandoah National Park, VA (Blue Ridge Province). U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 04-1351, 72p.

Morgan, B. Eaton, L.; Wieczorek, G., 2003, Pleistocene and Holocene colluvial fans and terraces in Shenandoah National Park, and adjacent areas in Virginia, USGS OF 03-410 Map, 1:100,000-scale

Spotila, J., Bank, G., Naeser, C., Naeser, N., Reiners, P., and Henika, B., 2004, Origin of the Blue Ridge escarpment along the passive margin of eastern United States: Basin Research, V. 16, p. 41-63.

Mills, Hugh H., 2005, Relative-age dating of transported regolith and application to study of landform evolution in the Appalachians. Geomorphology, v. 67, p. 63-96.

 

Bedrock

Bailey, C.M., Berquist, P.J., Mager, S.M., Knight, B.D., Shotwell, N.D., and Gilmer, A.K., 2003, Bedrock Geology of the Madison 7.5' quadrangle, Virginia: Virginia Division of Mineral Resources Publication 157, 22 p.

Tollo, R., Bailey, C., Borduas, E., and Aleinikoff, J., 2004, Mesoproterozoic geology of the Blue Ridge Province in North-Central Virginia: Petrologic and Structural Perspectives on Grenvillian orogenesis and Paleozoic tectonic processes in : Geology of the National Capital Region—Field trip Guidebook. Southworth, S., and Burton, W., eds., USGS Circular 1264, p. 17-75.

Tollo, R., Aleinikoff, J., Borduas, E., and Hackley, P., 2004, Petrologic and geochronologic evolution of the Grenville orogen, northern Blue Ridge province, Virginia in Tollo, R.P., Corriveau, L., McLelland, J., and Bartholomew, M.J., eds., Proterozoic tectonic evolution off the Grenville orogen in eastern North America: Geological Society of America Memoir 197.

Tollo, R.P., 2005, Grenvillian orogeny, in Cocks, R. et al., eds., Enclyclopedia of Geology, Elsevier Ltd. p. 155-165.

Map data

Chirico, P., and Tanner, S., 2004, Shaded Relief Image Map of Topogrid Derived 10 Meter Resolution Digital Elevation Model of the Shenandoah National Park and Surrounding Region, Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 04-1321.

Chirico, P., 2004, LIDAR Derived 5m Resolution Bare Earth and First Return Digital Elevation Model of the Paine Run Watershed, Augusta County, Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 04-1320.

Open File Report 04-1321.

Chirico, P., 2004, LIDAR Derived 5m Resolution Bare Earth and First Return Digital Elevation Model of the Paine Run Watershed, Augusta County, Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 04-1320

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