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- Restricted accessDetrital zircon provenance of Pennsylvanian to Permian sandstones from the Wyoming craton and Wood River Basin, Idaho, U.S.A.By Paul K. Link, Robert C. Mahon, Luke P. Beranek, Erin A. Campbell-Stone and Ranie LyndsArticle | Published in 2014 in Rocky Mountain Geology 49 (2)DOI: 10.2113/gsrocky.49.2.115Paul K. LinkDepartment of Geosciences, 921 S. 8th Ave., STOP 8072, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho 83209-8072, U.S.A.Robert C. MahonDepartment of Geology and Geophysics, Dept. 3006, 1000 E. University Ave., University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming 82071-2000, U.S.A.Luke P. BeranekDepartment of Earth Sciences, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1B 3X5, CanadaErin A. Campbell-StoneDepartment of Geology and Geophysics, Dept. 3006, 1000 E. University Ave., University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming 82071-2000, U.S.A.Ranie LyndsWyoming State Geological Survey, P.O. Box 1347, Laramie, Wyoming 82073, U.S.A.
- Restricted accessSilicified layers within the Paleogene volcaniclastic Brian Head Formation, southern Utah: Insights into the origin of silicified beds in nonmarine strataBy Troy Schinkel and Michael C. WizevichArticle | Published in 2013 in Rocky Mountain Geology 48 (2)DOI: 10.2113/gsrocky.48.2.125Troy SchinkelDepartment of Physics and Earth Sciences, 1615 Stanley St., Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut 06050, U.S.A.Michael C. WizevichDepartment of Physics and Earth Sciences, 1615 Stanley St., Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut 06050, U.S.A.
- Restricted accessMorphology and taphonomy of an exceptional trackway from the Flathead Sandstone (Middle Cambrian) of WyomingBy Donald W. BoydArticle | Published in 2010 in Rocky Mountain Geology 45 (1)DOI: 10.2113/gsrocky.45.1.23Donald W. Boyd
- Restricted accessTriassic paleosol catenas associated with a salt-withdrawal minibasin in southeastern Utah, U.S.A.By Shane J. Prochnow, Lee C. Nordt, Stacy C. Atchley, Michael Hudec and Thomas E. BoucherArticle | Published in 2005 in Rocky Mountain Geology 40 (1)DOI: 10.2113/40.1.25Shane J. ProchnowLee C. NordtStacy C. AtchleyMichael HudecThomas E. Boucher
- Restricted accessPetrographic provenance analysis of Kiowa Core sandstone samples, Denver Basin, ColoradoBy Michael D. WilsonArticle | Published in 2002 in Rocky Mountain Geology 37 (2)DOI: 10.2113/gsrocky.37.2.173Michael D. Wilson
- Restricted accessDolomitization of the "C" zone, Red River Formation (Upper Ordovician) in deep core, Williston Basin, Richland County, eastern MontanaBy Donald H. ZengerDonald H. Zenger
- Restricted accessA sedimentary origin for the "microbreccia" associated with the Heart Mountain detachment faultBy Antoni K. Tokarski, William G. Pierce, Ewa Piekarska and Willis H. NelsonAntoni K. TokarskiWilliam G. PierceEwa PiekarskaWillis H. Nelson
- Restricted accessBurrowing and dolomitization patterns in the Steamboat Point Member, Bighorn Dolomite (Upper Ordovician), Northwest WyomingBy Donald H. ZingerDonald H. Zinger
- Restricted accessPresence of rounded boulders and large cobbles at base of White River Group (Oligocene) strata in Southwest North Dakota and Northwest South DakotaBy Eric N. ClausenEric N. Clausen
- Restricted accessDiagenetic pathways of sandstone and shale sequencesBy Ronald C. Surdam, Donald B. MacGowan and Thomas L. DunnRonald C. SurdamDonald B. MacGowanThomas L. Dunn