October 2011 – A Geochemical and Isotopic Study of Two Geothermal Prospects in the Rio Grande Rift, Colorado and New Mexico

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 4., Pages 95-106 Date Published: October 2011 Title: A Geochemical and Isotopic Study of Two Geothermal Prospects in the Rio Grande Rift, Colorado and New Mexico Author(s): Elisabeth Easley, Laura Garchar, Mitchell Bennett, Paul Morgan, Richard F. Wendlandt Abstract: The Rio Grande Rift is known for its diverse geothermal anomalies that are attributed … More October 2011 – A Geochemical and Isotopic Study of Two Geothermal Prospects in the Rio Grande Rift, Colorado and New Mexico

October 2011 – Evaluation of the Geothermal Potential in the Rio Grande Rift: San Luis Basin, Colorado and New Mexico

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 4., Pages 107-119 Date Published: October 2011 Title: Evaluation of the Geothermal Potential in the Rio Grande Rift: San Luis Basin, Colorado and New Mexico Author(s): Robert Klenner, Mark R. McDonald, Samir Dahal, Anna M. Crowell, Angelle van Oploo Abstract: The San Luis Basin has been evaluated for its geothermal potential by examining … More October 2011 – Evaluation of the Geothermal Potential in the Rio Grande Rift: San Luis Basin, Colorado and New Mexico

October 2011 – Geothermal Resources Along the Southern Rocky Mountains and the Rio Grande Rift

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 4., Pages 81-93 Date Published: October 2011 Title: Geothermal Resources Along the Southern Rocky Mountains and the Rio Grande Rift Author(s): Paul Morgan, James C. Witcher Abstract:  Geothermal resources in the form of thermal springs were the first geological energy resource readily available to humans in the Southern Rocky Mountains/Rio Grande Rift … More October 2011 – Geothermal Resources Along the Southern Rocky Mountains and the Rio Grande Rift

July 2011 – Cumulative Bibliography and Index to The Mountain Geologist, 1999 through 2010

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 3., Pages 59-80 Date Published: July 2011 Title: Cumulative Bibliography and Index to The Mountain Geologist, 1999 through 2010 Author(s): Michele Bishop Introduction: The Mountain Geologist was first published in 1964 by the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists. This Cumulative Bibliography and Index records the publication history from 1999 through 2010, and is … More July 2011 – Cumulative Bibliography and Index to The Mountain Geologist, 1999 through 2010

April 2011 – Unaweep Canyon—Which River Ran Through It?

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 2., Pages 45-57 Date Published: April 2011 Title: Unaweep Canyon—Which River Ran Through It? Author(s): William C. Hood Abstract:  The controversy about which river flowed through Unaweep Canyon in western Colorado has been ongoing since the Hayden Survey of 1875. Physical evidence that the Gunnison River flowed through the canyon … More April 2011 – Unaweep Canyon—Which River Ran Through It?

January 2011 -The Grants Uranium District, New Mexico: Update on Source, Deposition, and Exploration

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 1., Pages 23-44 Date Published: January 2011 Title: The Grants Uranium District, New Mexico: Update on Source, Deposition, and Exploration Author(s): Virginia T. McLemore Abstract: More than 340 million pounds (lbs) of U3O8 have been produced from the Grants uranium deposits in New Mexico between 1948 and 2002, and at … More January 2011 -The Grants Uranium District, New Mexico: Update on Source, Deposition, and Exploration

January 2011 – White River Group Paleosols as Source Rocks for Uranium Mineralization in Western Nebraska

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 1., Pages 9-21 Date Published: January 2011 Title: White River Group Paleosols as Source Rocks for Uranium Mineralization in Western Nebraska Author(s): Steven S. Sibray Abstract: The Crow Butte in situ recovery uranium mine in Dawes County, Nebraska has produced approximately 15 million pounds (lbs) of U3O8 since 1991. In … More January 2011 – White River Group Paleosols as Source Rocks for Uranium Mineralization in Western Nebraska

January 2011 – Radium—Southwestern Colorado’s First Uranium Boom

Publication: The Mountain Geologist, Vol. 48, No. 1., Pages 1-8 Date Published: January 2011 Title: Radium—Southwestern Colorado’s First Uranium Boom Author(s): William L. Chenoweth Abstract: The yellow substance coating the rim rocks of Paradox Valley was probably used as a pigment by Native Americans before the settlers arrived. Soon after the Ute Indians were removed from western … More January 2011 – Radium—Southwestern Colorado’s First Uranium Boom