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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 18970

Chapter 18970 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Freudenbergite. Acta Crystallographica, Section B: Structural Crystallography and Crystal Chemistry 34, Part 1: 255-256

Freyr Cave, an indicator of paleohydrogeology in the Dinantian. Revue Belge de Geographie 106(1): 19-29

Friability and stability of the coastal slope of Argentario. Geologia Tecnica and Ambientale 1996(1): 21-32, 33

Friable and cemented sandstones of the Jackfork Group; Lynn Mountain Syncline. Guidebook - Oklahoma Geological Survey 34: 61-68

Friable and cemented sandstones of the Jackfork Group; Rich Mountain Syncline. Guidebook - Oklahoma Geological Survey 34: 68-72

Friable bauxites and the Cretaceous crust of bauxite weathering in the Sokolov deposit of the region of Kamensk (central Urals). Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 35(3): 76-78

Friable deposit interference with drill bit casings during static submersion. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy Geologiya i Razvedka

Friable deposits from caves in the western Caucasus which are the subject of paleogeographic studies. Congres International de Speleologie, Actes--International Congress of Speleology, Proceedings

Friable micrometeorites from central Antarctica snow. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 36: (unpaginated

Friable rock embedding in methyl methacrylate for thin-sectioning in geological preparations. Journal of Microscopy (Oxford) 141, Part 2: 193-198

Friable sandstone resources of the Sydney planning region and nearby areas. 5: 248-259 2000

Friable sandstones of the Sydney Basin; a major source of industrial and construction sand for the Sydney market. Abstracts - Geological Society of Australia 12: 430-432

Friable submarine channel sandstones in the Jackfork Group, Lynn Mountain Syncline, Pushmataha and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma. Guidebook - Oklahoma Geological Survey Pages 179-202

Friant-San Joaquin River litigation. Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers 87(IR4, Part 1): 27-40

Friasian ungulates of Patagonia, Argentina. Ameghiniana 30(3): 350

Friction Characteristic of Graphite Coated Bedding Joints in Shale. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics Abstracts 12(2): 33-39

Friction Measurement in Solid-Media, High-Pressure Apparatus. Year Book - Carnegie Institution of Washington 73: 606-609

Friction and cohesion of coherent rocks. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 22(1): 39-41

Friction and cracking in constitutive modeling of geomaterials. Pages 41-48 1982

Friction and degradation of rock joint surfaces under shear loads. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 25(10): 973-999

Friction and end bearing tests on bedrock for high capacity socket design. Canadian Geotechnical Conference = Conference Canadienne de Geotechnique 28): 64-75

Friction and end bearing tests on bedrock for high capacity socket design; reply. Canadian Geotechnical Journal 14(2): 272-272

Friction and passive resistance in soil reinforced by plane ribbed inclusions. Geotechnique 41(4): 485-498

Friction and shifting on an uneven fault plane. Atti del

Friction and sliding of joints. Proceedings - Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 229(Pages 93-104

Friction angle measurements on a naturally formed gravel streambed; implications for critical boundary shear stress. Water Resources Research 28(2): 411

Friction bearing pipe piles at Calabar Port. Proceedings of the International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering = Comptes Rendus du Congres International de Mecanique des Sols et des Travaux de Fondations 10, Vol

Friction behavior of geotextiles in cohesive and cohesionless soils. Wasserwirtschaft 75(5): 232

Friction between dry sand and concrete under monotonic and repeated loading. Soils and Foundations 30(1): 115-128

Friction between mantle and core of the Earth as a cause of the secular change in obliquity. Astronomical Journal (New York) 74(2): 284-291

Friction between sand and metal. Pages 517-520 1983

Friction between sand and metal surface. Proceedings of the International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering = Comptes Rendus du Congres International de Mecanique des Sols et des Travaux de Fondations 10, Vol

Friction between sand and steel under repeated loading. Soils and Foundations 29(3): 127-137

Friction bored piles of higher bearing capacity. Proceedings of the International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering = Comptes Rendus du Congres International de Mecanique des Sols et des Travaux de Fondations 10, Vol

Friction capacity of axially loaded model pile in sand. Soils and Foundations 35(1): 75-82

Friction capacity of axially loaded model pile in sand; discussions and reply. Soils and Foundations 36(1): 115-117

Friction capacity of driven piles in clay. Preprints - Offshore Technology Conference 9, Vol

Friction capacity of piles driven into clay. Journal of the Geotechnical Engineering Division 107(GT11): 1521-1541

Friction capacity of piles driven into clay; discussion and closure. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering 109(5): 761-765

Friction characteristics of sand/ geotextile interfaces for three selected sand materials. Proceedings of the Regional Conference for Africa - Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering 12: 201-206

Friction circle stability analysis for gravity dams. Proceedings - Symposium on Rock Mechanics 24: 205-216

Friction coefficient in reinforced earth. Pages V43-47

Friction coefficients and bed roughness in the surf zone. International Congress on Sedimentology = Congres International de Sedimentologie 11: 103

Friction constitutive behavior of serpentinite. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 69(44): 1463

Friction constitutive law with rate and state dependence. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 65(16): 284

Friction cracks and the direction of glacial movement. Journal of Geology 51(4): 244-258

Friction cracks in Finland. Bulletin de la Commission Geologique de Finlande 150(Pages 45-50

Friction degradation and set-up effects in hard clays offshore Congo and Angola. Proceedings - Offshore Technology Conference 25, Vol

Friction distribution and combination principle for the granular cohesionless geomaterials. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 78(46, Suppl

Friction factor and regime channels. Proceedings of the International Symposium on River Sedimentation 4: 26-42

Friction factor evaluation in gravel-bed rivers. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 114(8): 861-876

Friction factor for two-dimensional dune roughness. Journal of Hydraulic Research 18(3): 213-225

Friction factor of armored river beds. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 116(4): 531-543

Friction factors and bed forms in fluvial channels. Journal of the Hydraulics Division 96: 995-1017

Friction factors for wave uprush. Journal of Coastal Research 11(4): 1089-1098

Friction factors in the tidal channels with differing bed roughness. Marine Geology 6(3): 243-260

Friction factors of the Orinoco River. Proceedings - International Association for Hydraulic Research Congress = Congres de l'Association Internationale de Recherches Hydrauliques 19, Vol

Friction falls to zero at seismic slip rates. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 84(46, Suppl

Friction fatigue on displacement piles in sand. Geotechnique 54(10): 645-658

Friction in buildings; its magnitude and its importance in limiting earthquake stresses. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 31(2): 93-99

Friction in debris flows; inferences from large-scale flume experiments. Hydraulic Engineering: Proceedings of the National Conference on Hydraulic Engineering 1993: 1604-1609

Friction in faulted rock at high temperature and pressure. Tectonophysics 23(1-2): 177-203

Friction in faults with montmorillonite gouge. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 63(45): 1109

Friction in reinforced earth. Pages 735-763 1979

Friction in rocks. Reviews of Geophysics and Space Physics 13(3, Special issue(U

Friction in the reinforcement of soils. Revue Francaise de Geotechnique 16): 65-77

Friction law for dense granular flows; application to the motion of a mass down a rough inclined plane. Journal of Fluid Mechanics (FLM) 453: 133-151

Friction laws and complexity in earthquake rupture dynamics. Seismological Research Letters 77(2): 220

Friction marks on blocks from pyroclastic flows at the Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat; implications for flow mechanisms. Geology (Boulder) 28(9): 827-830

Friction marks on blocks from pyroclastic flows at the Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat; implications for flow mechanisms; discussion. Geology (Boulder) 30(2): 190

Friction mechanics at the updip limit of seismogenic faulting along subduction megathrusts. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 84(46, Suppl

Friction melt distribution in multi-ring impact basins; evidence from the Sudbury Structure. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 74(43, Suppl

Friction melting of sedimentary rock during high-speed diamond drilling; an analytical SEM and TEM investigation. Tectonophysics 204(3-4): 323-337

Friction melting, catastrophic dilation and breccia formation along caldera superfaults. Journal of the Geological Society of London 164(4): 751-754

Friction mobilization F-y curves for laterally loaded piles from the pressuremeter. Pages 89-95 1987

Friction models of stick-slip. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 60(18): 384

Friction of 2:1 sheet silicates; how crystal structure influences shear strength. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 35(6): 634

Friction of Jointed Quartz Diorite. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 54(4): 464

Friction of rocks and stability of rock slopes. Geotechnique 21(2): 97-134

Friction of sheared granular layers; role of particle dimensionality, surface roughness, and material properties. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems - G (super 3) 8(3): (Citation Q03012

Friction of simulated fault gouge for a wide range of velocities and normal stresses. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104(B12): 28899-28914

Friction of soils and other bodies. Geoekologiya (Moskva) 1989(6): 18-25

Friction of wave-induced sheet flow. Coastal Engineering 12(4): 371-379

Friction on a granite to granite interface. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 22(1): 25-49

Friction phenomena in rock; an introduction. Journal of Structural Geology 11(7): 783-785

Friction pile foundations subject to regional subsidence. International Conference on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering 3: 263-271

Friction pile-soil interaction subjected to cyclic axial loads. The Proceedings of the

Friction piles for lightly loaded structures on soft marine clays in coastal areas of India. Pages 349-351 1988

Friction piles in Clay soils. Proceedings of the International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering = Comptes Rendus du Congres International de Mecanique des Sols et des Travaux de Fondations 10, Vol

Friction processes on shear surfaces in granite at high pressure and temperature.; 1. Pages 95-102 1982

Friction properties and frictional behavior of rock separation planes. Courses and Lectures - International Centre for Mechanical Sciences 165, Rock mechanics): 187-196

Friction rock stabilizers; a new rock reinforcement method. Proceedings - Symposium on Rock Mechanics 17): 5E5

Friction rock stabilizers; how and why they work. Proceedings - Symposium on Rock Mechanics 19, Vol

Friction slope computations for mathematical models. Pages 136-141 1989

Friction stress and recovery during high-temperature creep; interpretation of creep transients following a stress reduction. Proceedings A 371(1745): 279-294-294

Friction stress at the bed of under-ice flow and its influence on the biota living conditions in rivers. Water Resources 29(3): 282-288

Friction welding; technology for the new millennium. Proceedings - Offshore Technology Conference 31, Vol

Friction, asperities and heterogeneous dynamic faulting. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 74(43, Suppl

Friction, failure and origin of earthquakes. Pages 67-82 1973

Friction, faulting and in situ stress. Annales Geophysicae 2(6): 689-698

Friction, faulting, and in-situ stress. Earthquake Notes 54(1): 63

Friction, overpressure and fault normal compression. Geophysical Research Letters 17(12): 2109

Friction-cone penetration testing in alluvial clays. Pages 513-518 1982

Friction-dampers for rehabilitation of Ecole Polyvalente at Sorel, Quebec. Proceedings of the Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering 6: 389-396

Friction-induced keratinization and the origin of bosses and horn cores in extinct fossorial mylagaulids (Rodentia, Aplodontoidea, Mylagaulidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3, Suppl

Frictional Characteristics of Granite and Granite/ Serpentine to High Pressures. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 54(4): 464-465

Frictional Heating of the Descending Lithosphere. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 53(4): 520

Frictional Strength of Faults in Granite and Gabbro at High Temperature and Pressure. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 54(4): 465

Frictional analysis of induced earthquakes near 9km depth at the KTB site; evidence for the brittle/ ductile transition?. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 76(46, Suppl

Frictional and Stream Velocities in Sandstorms. Journal of Geophysical Research 79(14): 2147

Frictional attenuation; an inherent amplitude dependence. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 84(B9): 4769-4775

Frictional autooscillations of elastic layer. Physics of the Solid Earth 26(9): 725-733

Frictional behavior and constitutive modeling of simulated fault gouge. Journal of Geophysical Research, B, Solid Earth and Planets 95(5): 7007-7025

Frictional behavior and microstructures of quartz gouge at high-temperature hydrothermal conditions. Chishitsugaku Zasshi = Journal of the Geological Society of Japan 102(3): 223-231

Frictional behavior of anorthite and quartz at high pressure and high temperature conditions. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 83(47, Suppl

Frictional behavior of chrysotile gouge at seismogenic depths and its application to the Hayward fault zone. Open-File Report - U S

Frictional behavior of dolomite. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 65(45): 1077

Frictional behavior of faults with quartz and calcite gouge at elevated temperature and pressure. Acta Seismologica Sinica 2(1): 120-128

Frictional behavior of granite at high slip velocity. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 67(44): 1186

Frictional behavior of granite at low and high sliding velocities. Geophysical Research Letters 14(5): 554-557

Frictional behavior of large displacement experimental faults. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101(B4): 8697-8715

Frictional behavior of quartz and calcite fault zones at elevated temperatures and pressures. Dizhen Xuebao = Acta Seismologica Sinica 10(1): 90-97

Frictional behavior of synthetic gouge-bearing faults under the operation of pressure solution. Earth, Planets and Space 54(11): 1147-1152

Frictional behavior of three different coals. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 63(45): 1112

Frictional changes induced by seismic slip on a non-planar fault. Geophysical Journal International 129(1): 153-162

Frictional characteristics of calcareous sands from offshore Florida. Proceedings - Offshore Technology Conference 18(1): 589-600

Frictional characteristics of geogrids by means of direct shear and pull-out tests. Pages 51-56 1992

Frictional characteristics of gouge along Red River fault. Dizhen Yanjiu = Journal of Seismological Research 9(5): 585-590

Frictional characteristics of granite under high confining pressure. Journal of Geophysical Research 72(14): 3639-3648

Frictional characteristics of minerals. Geotechnique 12(4): 319-335

Frictional characteristics of plannar concrete-rock interfaces under constant normal stiffness conditions. National Conference Publication - Institution of Engineers, Australia 84/2: 397-401

Frictional characteristics of serpentinite from the Motagua fault zone in Guatemala. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 58(12): 1227

Frictional characteristics of typical rocks. Journal of Physics of the Earth 23(1): 87-112

Frictional coefficient on faults in a seismogenic region inferred from earthquake mechanism solutions. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102(B3): 5403-5412

Frictional constraints on crustal faulting. Journal of Geophysical Research, B, Solid Earth and Planets 101(6): 13,895-13,909

Frictional contact of laminated elastic half-spaces allowing interface cavities; Part 1, Analytical treatment. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 25(11): 1077-1088

Frictional contact of laminated elastic half-spaces allowing interface cavities; Part 2, Numerical results. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 25(11): 1089-1099

Frictional damping of Hide's magnetic waves. Acta Geophysica Polonica 27(3): 225-232

Frictional dependence of gouge mixtures of quartz and montmorillonite on velocity, composition and fabric. Tectonophysics 144(1-3): 87-108

Frictional discharge at fault asperities; origin of fractal seismo-electromagnetic radiation. Tectonophysics 431(1-4): 113-122

Frictional discharge plasma from natural semiconductor/ insulator junctions; origin of seismo-electromagnetic radiation. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 31(4-9): 346-351

Frictional effects on the compressibility of sandstone. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 77(46, Suppl

Frictional effects on the volumetric strain of sandstone. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 37(1-2): 121-132

Frictional faulting of polycrystalline halite; correlation of microstructure, mechanisms of slip, and constitutive behavior. Geophysical Monograph 56: 49-66

Frictional fusion along a Himalayan thrust. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section B: Biological Sciences

Frictional fusion of sedimentary rock generated by high-speed diamond drilling. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 22(7): 286

Frictional fusion on the gliding planes of two large landslides. International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 26, Vol

Frictional heat and strength loss in some rapid landslides. Geotechnique 32(1): 43-54

Frictional heat during metamorphism; 2, Quantitative evaluation of concentration of heat generation in space. Lithos 1(3): 268-274

Frictional heat during metamorphism; quantitative evaluation of concentration of heat generation in time. Lithos 1(2): 151-163

Frictional heat from faulting of the 1999 Chi-chi, Taiwan earthquake. Geophysical Research Letters 33(16)

Frictional heating and the stability of rate and state dependent frictional sliding. Geophysical Research Letters 22(20): 2785

Frictional heating on a fault zone with finite thickness. Geophysical Journal International 52(3): 525-530

Frictional heating on a strike-slip fault. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 14(3): 138

Frictional heating, dehydration and earthquake stress drops. Pages 291-304 1977

Frictional ignition associated with underground coal mines. Pages 91-97 1996

Frictional ignition review. SIMTARS (Fortitude Valley) 4(1): 10-14

Frictional instabilities in fault zones and effective friction law. Geophysical Research Abstracts 2(2000

Frictional instabilities in rock. Proceedings - Symposium on Rock Mechanics 24: 479-480

Frictional interplay of two thrust flats; insights from finite element analyses. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 29(6): 44

Frictional lock-up on seismically active dip-slip faults. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48, Suppl

Frictional mechanics of seismogenic thrust systems in the upper continental crust; implications for fluid overpressures and redistribution. AAPG Memoir 82(Pages 1-17

Frictional mechanism and properties of rock discontinuities. Pages 185-196 1985

Frictional mechanism of ploughing. Pages 625-630 1981

Frictional melt pulses during a approximately 1.1 Ma earthquake along the Alpine Fault, New Zealand. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 209(1-2): 39-52

Frictional melting can terminate seismic slips; experimental results of stick-slips. Geophysical Research Letters 31(21)

Frictional melting during faulting. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 78(46, Suppl

Frictional melting in landslide-generated frictionites (hyalomylonites) and fault-generated pseudotachylytes; discussion. Tectonophysics 128(1-2): 151-153

Frictional melting in two big landslides; Langtang Himal (Nepal) and Koefels (Eastern Alps, Austria). Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 22(7): 286

Frictional melting processes and products in geological materials; introduction and discussion. Tectonophysics 204(3-4): 197-204

Frictional metamorphism, argon depletion, and tectonic stress on the Alpine Fault, New Zealand. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 84(B12): 6770-6782

Frictional overshoot and partial stress drop; which one?. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 83(3): 939-944

Frictional properties and microstructure of simulated diabase gouge at temperatures up to 400 degrees C. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 80(46, Suppl

Frictional properties between sand and various construction materials. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering 113(9): 1035-1039

Frictional properties of a simulated fractal gouge layer in Westerly Granite. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 68(44): 1478

Frictional properties of feldspar gouge under high-pressure and high-temperature and their implications of seismogenic process. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 85(47, Suppl

Frictional properties of monzodiorite and gabbro during seismogenic fault motion. Chishitsugaku Zasshi = Journal of the Geological Society of Japan 102(3): 240-248

Frictional properties of mylonite under high pressure and high temperature. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 84(46, Suppl

Frictional properties of rock applied to mining excavations. International Conference on Ground Control in Mining 6: 226-241

Frictional properties of sand collected from the 1906 rupture zone of the San Andreas Fault at Alder Creek, CA. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 87(Fall Meeting Suppl

Frictional properties of saturated gouges from the San Andreas fault zone. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 60(46): 956

Frictional properties on the San Andreas Fault near Parkfield, California, inferred from models of afterslip following the 2004 earthquake. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 96(4B): S321-S338

Frictional property of plate interface east off NE Japan inferred from spatial variation in b-value. Bulletin of the Earthquake Research Institute = Tokyo Daigaku Jishin Kenkyusho Iho 78(1): 107-111

Frictional resistance at yield between dry sand and mild steel. Soils and Foundations 26(4): 139-149

Frictional resistance for submarine pipeline in soft clays. Pages 373-379 1978

Frictional resistance of a fault zone with strong rotors. Geophysical Research Letters 24(16): 2071

Frictional resistance of fault slip. Advances in Geophysical Research 2: 1-18

Frictional resistance of jacked concrete pipes at full scale. Pages 121-136 1992

Frictional resistance treatment in unsteady open-channel flow simulation. Pages 688-698 1989

Frictional response induced by time-dependent fluctuations of the normal loading. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106(B7): 13455-13472

Frictional response of a simulated gouge in a large displacement shearing apparatus. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48, Suppl

Frictional response of piles in calcareous deposits. Proceedings - Offshore Technology Conference 16, Vol

Frictional response of thick gouge sample; 1, Mechanical measurements and microstructures. Journal of Geophysical Research 111(B9, 2006

Frictional response of thick gouge sample; 2, Fiction law and implications for faults. Journal of Geophysical Research 111(B9, 2006

Frictional restrengthening in simulated fault gouge; effect of shear load perturbations. Journal of Geophysical Research, B, Solid Earth and Planets 106(9): 19,319-19,337

Frictional sliding and the crustal stresses. Pages 444-453 1988

Frictional sliding in a subduction shear zone. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 60(18): 385

Frictional sliding in layered rock; preliminary experiments on stacked Lexan plates. Proceedings - Symposium on Rock Mechanics 35: 717-721

Frictional sliding of dolomite; a variation in constitutive behavior. JGR Journal of Geophysical Research

Frictional sliding of granite at hydrothermal conditions; implications for fault strength and earthquake nucleation. International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 29: 166

Frictional sliding of granitic gouge material to large strain under hydrothermal conditions. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 80(46, Suppl

Frictional sliding of ice. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 65(45): 1077

Frictional slip of bare granite at elevated temperatures. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 74(43, Suppl

Frictional slip of granite at hydrothermal conditions. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100(B7): 13045

Frictional slip patterns generated in a spatially homogeneous elastic fault model. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 66(46): 1069

Frictional stability of faults containing fractal and non-fractal distributions of asperities. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 67(44): 1186

Frictional stability of heterogeneous surfaces in contact. Proceedings - Symposium on Rock Mechanics 27: 40-46

Frictional strength and mode of sliding on fault zones within the crust. Pages 211 1984

Frictional strength and the effective pressure law of montmorillonite and illite clays. Pages 69-88 1992

Frictional strength and velocity-dependence of serpentine gouges under hydrothermal conditions and their seismogeological implications. Dizhen Dizhi = Seismology and Geology 19(2): 171-178

Frictional strength heterogeneity and surface heat flow; implications for the strength of the creeping San Andreas Fault. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111(B5)

Frictional strength of cuttings and core from SAFOD drillhole phases 1 and 2. Geophysical Research Letters 33(23): (L23307

Frictional studies of rocks at high pressures and temperatures, with particular reference to earthquakes focal mechanisms. International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 28, Vol

Frictional weakening and slip complexity in earthquake faults. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100(B9): 18239

Frictional-viscous flow in mylonite with varied bimineralic composition and its effect on lithospheric strength. Tectonophysics 303(1-4): 175-191

Frictional-viscous flow of phyllosilicate-bearing fault rock; microphysical model and implications for crustal strength profiles. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107(B2): 2028

Frictional-viscous flow of simulated fault gouge caused by the combined effects of phyllosilicates and pressure solution. Tectonophysics 327(3-4): 173-194

Frictionite. Abstracts - International Conference on Natural Glasses 2: 61

Frictionite; glasses quenched from friction-generated melts in two big landslide events. Abstracts - International Conference on Natural Glasses 2: 399-400

Fridericiana Seamount, a neovolcanic structure off the Galapagos-Nazca Rise. Nachrichten - Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft 43: 117

Fridtjof Nansen. Atlas over Danmark, Serie 2 6: 174-177

Fridtjof Nansen and the geology of the Arctic. Earth Sciences History 10(2): 168-212

Fridtjof Nansen som geolog; kontinentalhylle- og strandflatearbeidene. Naturen 7-8(Pages 476-486

Frieda River copper-gold deposits. Monograph Series - Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 14: 1709-1715

Frieda porphyry copper prospect, Papua New Guinea. Monograph Series - Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 5, Economic geology of Australia and Papua New Guinea(1, Metals): 836-844

Friedel's law of mean indices. American Mineralogist 20(3): 211-212

Friedel's law of rational symmetric intercepts. American Mineralogist 10(8): 181-187

Friedel-Crafts acetylation of petroporphyrins; a valuable method for structural elucidation and correlation studies. Proceedings of the International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry 10: 733-737

Friedelite and its ferruginous variety from deposits in the Atasuskiy region, central Kazakhstan. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 97(3): 342-348

Friedelite, schallerite, and related minerals. American Mineralogist 13(7): 341-348

Friedhoefler, an intermittent spring. Actes du Congres National de Speleologie 7: 217-222

Friedland Clay; current research and utilization. Zeitschrift fuer Angewandte Geologie 29(11): 568-571

Friedman method applied to variations of inclination of magnetic activity. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Geophysikalischen Gesellschaft eV

Friedrich Adolph Roemer 1809-1869. Germany, Bundesanst Bodenf

Friedrich Ahlfeld. Zentralblatt fuer Geologie und Palaeontologie, Teil I: Allgemeine, Angewandte, Regionale und Historische Geologie 1983(3-4): 187-189

Friedrich August Breithaupt; mineralogist and investigator. Pages 210-246 1985

Friedrich August Quenstedt. Jahreshefte des Vereins fuer Vaterlaendsiche Naturkunde in Wuerttemberg 92(Pages xxxi-xli

Friedrich August Quenstedt (1809-1889) and the theory of evolution. Palaeontologische Zeitschrift 57(3-4): 325-328

Friedrich August von Alberti; creator of the name Triassic. Geologische Rundschau 71(3): 705-710

Friedrich August von Alberti; the founder of the Triassic System. Hallesches Jahrbuch fuer Geowissenschaften Reihe B: Geologie, Palaeontologie, Mineralogie

Friedrich Becke and his work. Fortschritte der Mineralogie 60(1): 45-55

Friedrich Birzer 1908-1980. Jahresberichte und Mitteilungen des Oberrheinischen Geologischen Vereines 63: 13-19

Friedrich F. von Huene, Marzo 22 de 1875-Abril 4 de 1969. Ameghiniana 7(2): 138

Friedrich Freiherr von Huene, 22 March 1875-4 April 1969. Jahresberichte und Mitteilungen des Oberrheinischen Geologischen Vereines 51: 25-30

Friedrich Froebel as a mineralogist. Fundgrube (Berlin, Gesellschaft fuer Natur und Umwelt) 18(1): 8-10

Friedrich Georg Houtermans, 1903-1966. Pages v-vi 1968

Friedrich Heineck; 1880-1979. Jahrbuecher des Nassauischen Vereins fuer Naturkunde 105: 7-13

Friedrich Karl Mixius, 1911 - 1989. Geologisches Jahrbuch Mitteilungen

Friedrich Katzer and his time. Geoloshki Glasnik (Sarajevo) = Bulletin Geologique (Sarajevo) 1975(20): 25-107

Friedrich Katzer as a mineralogist and crystallographer. Geoloshki Glasnik (Sarajevo) = Bulletin Geologique (Sarajevo) 1975(20): 165-176

Friedrich Katzer as a paleontologist. Geoloshki Glasnik (Sarajevo) = Bulletin Geologique (Sarajevo) 1975(20): 153-162

Friedrich Katzer, explorer and scientist. Geoloshki Glasnik (Sarajevo) = Bulletin Geologique (Sarajevo) 1975(20): 11-15

Friedrich Kaunhowen. Geologisches Jahrbuch 61(Pages 347-357

Friedrich Kolbeck. Miner u

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Friedrich Mohs and the scale of hardness. Journal of Geological Education 12(3): 98-101

Friedrich Mussemeier (1876-1957) and his contribution to governmental animal disease control in Germany.

Friedrich Rolle (1827-1887); a forgotten Darwinist of the early years. Natur und Museum 117(7): 216-222

Friedrich Schucht. Germany, Reichsamt fuer Bodenforschung, Jahrbuch 62(Pages 551-563

Friedrich Siemens and the use of rocks as raw material for the production of container glass. Zeitschrift fuer Geologische Wissenschaften 16(2): 121-126

Friedrich Simony's relationship to Carinthia as illustrated by his correspondence. Carinthia II 103(1): 7-25

Friedrich Stammberger on his 65th birthday. Zeitschrift fuer Angewandte Geologie 19(5): 209-212

Friedrich Trauth. Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft der Geologie- und Bergbaustudenten in Wien 60(Pages 141-147

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Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich von Trebra, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and the Society of Mining Science. Erzmetall 39(12): 605-613

Friedrich von Huene; paleontologist. Jahreshefte der Gesellschaft fuer Naturkunde in Wuerttemberg 124(Pages 43-44

Friedrichite from Baita Bihor, Romania. The Canadian Mineralogist 36, Part 3: 861-868

Friedrichite, Cu<5) Pb<5) Bi<7) S<18) , a new member of the aikinite-bismuthinite series. The Canadian Mineralogist 16, Part 2: 127-130

Friend of the state, Joseph Sitte (Oct. 6, 1905-Sept. 16, 1985); in memory. Fundgrube (Berlin, Gesellschaft fuer Natur und Umwelt) 22(2): 60-61

Friendly doesn't mean foolproof. Ground Engineering 32(7): 16

Friendly interface for access to structured data bases of geological type, available on the EARN/ BITNET network. Geoinformatica Rivista del Gruppo per l'Informatica Applicata alle Scienze della Terra

Friendly proposals for conceptual reassessments of the Archean of northeastern China. Pages 174-176 1986

Friendly relations. The Ohio Journal of Science 84(2): 15

Friends found at DOE. AAPG Explorer 16(5): 12-13

Friends go public with science; filmakers celebrate geology. AAPG Explorer 25(8): 34

Friends mourn death of well known geologist,. Precambrian (Winnipeg) 21(11): 31

Friends of Canadian Geoheritage and the Ottawa-Gatineau Geoheritage Project; where do we go from here?. Abstract Volume (Geological Association of Canada) 31: 40-41

Friends of Canadian Geoheritage; a progress report. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 37(7): 259

Friends of Igneous Rocks; first meeting. Geoscience Canada 14(1): 60-61

Friends of Pleistocene Geology; 17th reunion. Science 120(3119): 554

Friends of Pleistocene Glacial Geology Field Meeting, Ayer Quadrangle, Massachusetts. Science 118(3072): 580-581

Friends of The University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology, Inc.; Successful grass-roots paleontology; with pleasure!. Papers on Paleontology 8, Strata and megafossils of the middle Devonian Silica Formation): 237-248

Friends of mineralogy; Pennsylvania Mineral Collecting Symposium. The Mineralogical Record 5(1): 6-9

Friends of the Igneous Rocks; second meeting. Geoscience Canada 14(4): 230

Friends of the Mediterranean Quaternary visit type sections. Geotimes 18(11): 24-26

Friends of the Pleistocene (Midwest). Science 120(3113): 331-332

Friends of the Pleistocene meet at Mount St. Helens. Washington Geologic Newsletter 1(4): 4-5

Friends on the Internet. Hart's Oil and Gas World 89(9): 16-17

Friends, Kansans, countrymen; lend me your beers!. The Journal - Kansas Geological Survey 6(2): 26-29

Friendswood field, Harris County, Texas. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists 22(11): 1602-1603

Frigatadinium frigatense gen. et sp. nov., a dinoflagellate cyst from the Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous (Oxfordian-Berriasian) of Australasia. Memoir of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 29: 237-244

Frigg. Pages 203-213 1987

Frigg Field reservoir management. Pages 155-163 1990

Frigg Field, U.K. and Norway, Viking Graben, North Sea. AAPG Treatise of Petroleum Geology, Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields A-018: 69-90

Frigg Field; large submarine-fan trap in lower Eocene rocks of North Sea Viking graben. AAPG Bulletin 61(11, Part 1): 1999-2020

Frigg Field; large submarine-fan trap in lower Eocene rocks of the Viking Graben, North Sea. AAPG Memoir 30): 59-79

Frigg Field; large submarine-fan trap in lower Eocene sandstones of North Sea Viking Graben. AAPG Bulletin 62(3): 521

Frigg North East; development, startup; one year of exploitation. Petrole et Techniques 320: 37-41

Frigg becoming world-class gas area. Oil and Gas Journal 73(25): 64-66

Frigid oceans for triton and titan. Science 221(4609): 448-448

Frigoris revisited. Proceedings of the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 14, Part 2: 843-844

Frilled Atrypas from the Devonian of Manitoba. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 6212: 2: 1459

Frills and goosenecks. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 13(3 SUPPL ): 32A

Fringe cracks and plumose structures in layered rocks; stepping senses and their implications for palaeostress interpretation. Journal of Structural Geology 28(6): 1103-1113

Fringe cracks; key structures for the interpretation of the progressive Alleghanian deformation of the Appalachian Plateau. Geological Society of America Bulletin 111(2): 219-239

Fringe-zone alteration in carbonate rocks, North Tintic mining district, Utah. Geological Society of America Bulletin 71(12, Part 2): 1948

Fringed gray gneiss domes in the Anabar and Aldan shields. Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytateley Prirody, Otdel Geologicheskiy 59(2): 27-38

Fringing carbonate platforms at the Arabian Plate margin in northern Oman during the late Aptian-middle Albian; evidence for high-amplitude sea-level changes. Sedimentary Geology 175(1-4): 367-390

Fringing reef development along a volcanic island in the Devonian of the southern Rhenish Schiefergebirge. Heidelberger Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen 8: 69-71

Fringing reef growth and morphology; a review. Earth-Science Reviews 57(3-4): 255-277

Fringing reef on a soft foundation; Fantome Island, central province, Great Barrier Reef. International Congress on Sedimentology = Congres International de Sedimentologie 11: 109

Fringing reef or allochthonous blocks?. The American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 53(3): 716

Fringing reef sedimentation patterns. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 15(6): 531

Fringing reef sedimentation; rate of accumulation and constituent composition from North Jamaica. Abstracts - SEPM Midyear Meeting 1: 15

Frio Formation of Texas Gulf Coast Plain; depositional systems, structural framework, and hydrocarbon distribution; conclusion. Oil and Gas Journal 81(14): 149-165

Frio Formation of Texas Gulf Coast plain; depositional systems, structural framework, and hydrocarbon distribution, Part 1. Oil and Gas Journal 81(13): 149-160

Frio Formation of Texas Gulf Coastal Plain: depositional systems, structural framework, and hydrocarbon distribution. AAPG Treatise of Petroleum Geology, Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields 4: 268-307

Frio Formation of the Texas Gulf Coastal Plain; depositional systems, structural framework, and hydrocarbon distribution. CSPG Reservoir 9(4): 1-2

Frio Sandstone diagenesis, Texas Gulf Coast; a regional isotopic study. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 15(6): 622

Frio and Anahuac sediment inclusions, Belle Isle Salt Dome, Saint Mary Parish, Louisiana. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists 49(5): 616-620

Frio barrier bar system of South Texas. Transactions - Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 14: 309-322

Frio barrier bar system of South Texas. Bulletin - Corpus Christi Geological Society 2004, May(Pages 17, 19, 21, 23-24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34

Frio barrier bar system of south Texas. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists 50(1): 170-178

Frio clay, south Texas. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists 16: 259-260

Frio discovery in old salt dome field is a major strike. Oil Weekly 112(1): 12-13

Frio formation of Southern Texas. Transactions - Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 14(Pages 23-33

Frio sedimentation patterns in Acadia and Jefferson Davis parishes of Louisiana. Transactions - Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 8(Pages 101-103

Frio shale mineralogy and the stoichiometry of the smectite-to-illite reaction; the most important reaction in clastic sedimentary diagenesis. Clays and Clay Minerals 45(5): 618-631

Frio stratigraphic traps in Krotz Springs Field, Southwest Louisiana. AAPG Bulletin 59(9, Gulf Coast Assoc

Frio successes build in southern Mississippi. Oil and Gas Journal 88(35): 53-54

Frio, Yegua objectives of E. Texas 3D seismic. Oil and Gas Journal 94(27): 138

Frisby South. Pages 176 1989

Frisco City Sand; new Jurassic reservoir in Southwest Alabama. AAPG Bulletin 73(9): 1188

Frisco City Sandstone; Upper Jurassic play in southern Alabama. AAPG Bulletin 81(10): 1595-1611

Frisco Formation (Devonian) in borehole, Jackson County, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Geology Notes 25(1): 20-27

Frison. Pages 177 1989

Frist steps of the study of soil physics in Russia. Pedology (Acad Sci

Fritiof M. Fryxell; in his footsteps. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 95(3-4): 192-197

Fritz Behrend.

Fritz Berckhemer. Jahreshefte des Vereins fuer Vaterlaendsiche Naturkunde in Wuerttemberg Pages 69-83

Fritz Berckhemer (1890-1954). Palaeontologische Zeitschrift 30(3-4): 220-223

Fritz Brotzen (1902-1968). Micropaleontology 15(3): 381-382

Fritz Brotzen; 25.6.1902-4.8.1968. Geologiska Foereningen i Stockholm Foerhandlingar 92, Part 2(541): 200-213

Fritz Clark makes important find; Peachella body discovered. Bulletin of the Southern California Paleontological Society 14(1-2): 4

Fritz Franke. Geol Jahrb Beih [Hannover] 68: xxv-Xxvii

Fritz Heim. Geologica Bavarica 83: 271-275

Fritz Henning Laves (27.2.1906-12.8.1978). Fortschritte der Mineralogie 57(1): 1-6

Fritz Kautsky; palaeontologe, erzprospektor. Geologiska Foereningen i Stockholm Foerhandlingar 87, Part 3(522): 408-415

Fritz Kerner v. Marilaun. Pages 125-135 1946

Fritz Klute (29.11.1885-7.2.1952). Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen: 169-173

Fritz Kohl. Geologica Bavarica 83: 277-281

Fritz Kutscher. Geologisches Jahrbuch Hessen, 117: 274-292

Fritz Loewe, 1895-1974. Australian Geographer 13(5): 306-310

Fritz Machatschek. Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen Pages 1-5

Fritz Machatschek 22.9.1876-25.9.1957. Mitteilungen der Geographischen Gesellschaft in Muenchen 42: 203-232

Fritz Machatscheks Beitrag zur Landeskunde von Mitteleuropa. Berichte zur Deutschen Landeskunde 24(1): 41-48

Fritz Mueller's legacy on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada. Annals of Glaciology 31: 1-9

Fritz Nussbaum. Mitteilungen der Geographischen Gesellschaft in Muenchen 52(Pages 287-288

Fritz Theodor Overbeck; 1898-1983. Bericht der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft zu Hannover 128: 301-306

Fritz-Erdmann Klingner.

Friuli and Irpinia-Lucania earthquakes; the experience of geologic-technical and seismological studies and the recovery of territory. Pages 263-268 1981

Friuli-Venezia Giulia speleological bibliography record. Mondo Sotterraneo (Circolo Speleologico e Idrologico Friulano, Pubblicazione) Nuova Serie

Friuli-Venezia Giulia speleological bibliography record, up to date. Mondo Sotterraneo (Circolo Speleologico e Idrologico Friulano, Pubblicazione) Nuova Serie

Frizzellus irregularis, a new holothurian sclerite from the upper Bathonian of the Dorset coast, England. Micropaleontology 4(3): 309-316

Frjogreining fjoerumos ur Seltjoern; pollenanalysis of the submerged peat in Seltjoern. Natturufraedingurinn Pages 194-198

Frobisher Bay, South Baffin Island. Paper - Geological Survey of Canada 80-15): 70-71

Frobisher's gold on Kodlunarn Island; fact or fable?. CIM Bulletin (1974) 78(883): 75-79

Frode Berge (1938-1997). Journal of Paleolimnology 21(3): 259-261

Frodlegar joekulrakir; studies on glacial striae in Iceland. Natturufraedingurinn 25(Pages 154-171

Froesoens submoraena avlagringar; preliminaert meddelande. Sveriges Geologiska Undersoekning, Serie C, Avhandlingar och Uppsatser 402(9): 7-8

Frog Creek Field. Pages 154-155 1981

Frog Lake landslide and dam reconstruction, northern Oregon Cascades. Annual Meeting - Association of Engineering Geologists 42: 67

Frog Pond Fault Pot. Bloomington Indiana Grotto Newsletter 16(4): 48-50

Froghall Pit. Field Guide - Quaternary Research Association 1989: 29

Frogmen's subterranean swim sites source. World Water 5(2): 17-18

Frogmore copper deposit, NSW. Pages 152-154 2005

Frogs and salamanders from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation (Quarry Nine, Como Bluff) of North America. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 18 March; 131: 24-30

Frogs, fossils and phylogeny; Shelania, a test case for the evidence. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16(3, Suppl

Frogtown North Field, Illinois. Pages 54-57 1988

Frohbergite from the Kobetsuzawa Mine, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Mineralogical Magazine 53, Part 3(371): 387-388

Frohbergite, FeTe (sub 2) , a new member of the marcasite group. University of Toronto Studies, Geological Series 51(57): 35-40

Frohbergite, montbrayite, and a new pb-bi telluride. The Canadian Mineralogist 9, Part 5: 709-716

Frohbergite, unnamed - Au (sub 3) (AgPb)As (sub 2) Te (sub 3) , and related tellurides from the North Kalgurli Mine, Western Australia. Australian Mineralogist 4(4): 133-140

Froid, South Field. Pages 525-528 1985

From (super 14) C/ (super 12) C measurements towards radiocarbon dating of ice. Tellus, Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology 46(2): 94-102

From 1830 till today; a century and a half of the subdivisions of the Algerian Tertiary. Comptes Rendus du Congres National des Societes Savantes Sciences de la Terre

From 1D core-image log data to 3D subsurface joint network. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 76(46, Suppl

From 2 dimensional to 3 dimensional; modeling the western Gulf of Mexico using recently acquired long offset seismic and gravity data. Transactions - Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 54(Pages 573-580

From 2-D data to 4-D fracture network models; structural modelling of a complex thrust trap, a case study from the Tarija Basin, Argentina. Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists 2002(Pages 154

From 20 percent to 75 percent; AVO boosted field success rate. AAPG Explorer 22(4): 24, 26, 28

From 2D to 3D; I, Escher drawings; crystallography, crystal chemistry, and crystal defects. Pages 213-228 1997

From 2D to 3D; II, TEM and AFM images. Pages 229-244 1997

From 3D data to drill site; two views of lithology prediction. Offshore (Conroe, TX) 56(10): 72, 74, 77

From 3D geomodelling systems towards 3D geoscience information systems; data model, query functionality, and data management. Computers and Geosciences 32(2): 222-229

From 3D seismic attributes to pseudo-well-log volumes using neural networks; practical considerations. The Leading Edge (Tulsa, OK) 21(10): 996, 998, 1000-1001

From ACH tomographic models to absolute velocity models. Geophysical Journal International 137(3): 621-629

From Addis Ababa to the Nile via Lake Rudolf. La Geographie 7: 91-112

From Africa to Eurasia; early dispersals. Quaternary International 75: 8

From Africaand another time?. Investigacion y Ciencia 249: 20-28

From Ala-Dag to Sundzo; hydrogeological explorations of the western part of Kopet-Dag carried on in 1926. Pages 23-24 1933

From Alfred Wegener's continental drift to applied plate tectonics. Wissenschaftsmagazin 11: 30-37

From Alma Ata to the Global Fund.

From Alma-Ata to the Global Fund: the history of international health policy.

From Alpilles to Sainte-Victoire; an original physical space. Travaux de Centre Camille Jullian 14: 13-16

From Alps to abyss and back again; the eastern New Zealand oceanic sedimentary system. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 80A: 43

From Annularia to Zygospira. Lapidary Journal 35(2): 478-483

From Antarctica to the Moon; the question of extrapolation. LPI Contribution 500: 6

From Archaean to Proterozoic on Hardangervidda, South Norway. Bulletin - Norges Geologiske Undersokelse 433: 4-5

From Atlantic to Pacific, main tectonic hypothesis of the Alpine System. Oil and Gas (Sydney) 23(8): 14

From BIF to ore; the chemistry of the Dales Gorge Member and surrounding shales across the Hamersley Province, Western Australia. Abstracts - Geological Society of Australia 59: 524

From Badwater to bliss. Earth (Waukesha, Wis)

From Bavarias animal kingdom 15 million years ago. Der Aufschluss, Sonderheft 25(9): 458-464

From Bear Spring to Fort Wingate. Guidebook - New Mexico Geological Society 54: 37-44

From Bletterbach to Butterloch; an excursion through the history of the Dolomites. Der Aufschluss 38(2): 59-67

From Borobudor to bicycles; geophysical surveys on foot and by wheel. GPS World 9(7): 36-38, 40, 42-43

From Bourguet to Hutton; a possible source of Huttonian themes; irreducible originality of their works. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences, Serie D: Sciences Naturelles 275(18): 93-96

From Brianconnais to Corsica; longitudinal modifications of a passive continental margin of the Ligurian Tethys. Memorie della Societa Geologica Italiana 28: 269-283

From Brinepipe to pipelines; the beginning of pipelines. Wasser und Boden 42(12): 793-796

From Bristol to the antipodes; exploring diverse environments of the past and present. Organic Geochemistry 33(4): 0-406

From Broken Hill to Cannington; key elements in the discovery of a new Broken Hill type Ag-Pb-Zn deposit in the eastern succession of the Mount Isa Inlier. Abstracts - Geological Society of Australia 41: 457

From Brongniart to Boston; a history of the ophiolite concept from 1813 to the present. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 33(6): 87

From Byerlee's law to block and fault rotation. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48, Suppl

From Cadomian subduction to early Paleozoic rifting; the evolution of Saxo-Thuringia at the margin of Gondwana in the light of single zircon geochronology and basin development (Central European Variscides, Germany). Geological Society Special Publications 179: 131-153

From Cagniard's method for solving seismic pulse problems to the method of the differential transform. Computers & Mathematics with Applications 8(2): 103-118

From Caribbean to South and North American cordilleras. AAPG Bulletin 62(12): 2509

From Chabot to Chauvet; 130 years of discoveries of Paleolithic art in the gorges of the Ardeche River. Cahiers Scientifiques - Centre de Conservation et d'etudes des collections Hors Serie

From Chaco to Kutz Canyon; Walter Granger collecting fossil mammals in New Mexico. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 36(4): 77

From Chair and department of mineralogy and geology (1919) to the present day. Rudarsko-Geolosko-Naftni Zbornik 2: 7-10

From Cheerios to cat litter; an introduction to everday uses of minerals. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 34(2): 19

From Claude Jourdan to Pierre Mandier; 150 years of research on the Quaternary of the Rhone region. Cahiers Scientifiques - Centre de Conservation et d'etudes des collections Hors Serie

From Cocos to Caribbean Plate; geophysical investigations at the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. Annales Geophysicae (1988) 16, Suppl

From Coulomb stress to aftershock hazard. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 21: 162

From D'Arcy Thompson to thin-plate splines; an application of morphometrics to the systematics of Bryozoa. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 22(7): 36

From Deccan to Reunion; no trace of a mantle plume. Special Paper - Geological Society of America 388(Pages 477-501

From Differential Geodesy to Differential Geophysics. Geophysical Journal International 39(1): 1-10

From Earth physics to comparative planetology. Priroda 1998(12): 86-97

From Earth's core to the industrial ecosystem in Africa. Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists 2002: 25

From Earth's sister planet; High-resolution images yield new data on Venus. Geotimes 29(9): 10-12

From Erzgebirge to Cluff Lake; a scientific journey through time. The Musk-Ox 23, Special Issue): 87

From FMS images to formation density; an artificial neural network approach. Scientific Drilling 6(2): 59-66

From FeO reduction to percolation and outflow of iron; thermal evolution of chondrite parent bodies. Acta Mineralogica-Petrographica (Szeged) 39(Pages 87-106

From Finland with love; Canadian mining safari to Finland. Canadian Mining Journal 108(8): 10-11

From G&G to S&S; watershed changes in exploration-development work flow. Oil and Gas Journal 96(48): 36-39, 44-47

From GCMs to river flow; a review of downscaling and hydrological modelling approaches. Annales Geophysicae (1988) 16, Suppl

From Gentlemen's hobby to modern mania, paleontology is a popular science. The Earth Science News (Earth Science Club of Northern Illinois) 41(9): 17-22

From Giraldus cambrensis to the geological map; the evolution of a science. Cardiff Naturalists' Soc, Tr

From Glasgow to the Star Pit and Stuttgart; a short journey around the world's longest fish. The Glasgow Naturalist 24, Part 4: 59-71

From Greenland's icy mountains; a detective story in stone. Pages 225-229 1984

From Himalayas to Tibet; the effect on topographic elevation of metamorphic transformations in the roots of mountain belts and plateaus. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 78(46, Suppl

From Hvorslev's failure criterion to failure condition. Proceedings of the International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering = Comptes Rendus du Congres International de Mecanique des Sols et des Travaux de Fondations 9, Vol

From IASP-91 global model to a 3-D model for CTBT monitoring; description of the first steps towards the calibration of the global CTBT network. NATO Science Series Partnership Sub-series 1, Disarmament Technologies

From IGCP project 224 Pre-Jurassic evolution of Eastern Asia to IGCP Project 321 Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion. International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 29: 39

From Japan Trench to Kuril Trench; preliminary results of the French-Japanese oceanographic survey Kaiko, Leg III. Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences, Serie 2, Mecanique, Physique, Chimie, Sciences de l'Univers, Sciences de la Terre 301(5): 287-296

From Jenofanes to Wegener; a brief excursion into geologic thinking; the role of earth sciences in the sciences/ sustainable development debate. Publicacion Especial - Sociedad Geologica del Peru 5: 217-230

From Juba to Lake Rudolph; geography, geological field trips and discovery of southern Ethiopia. Mitteilungen der Geographischen Gesellschaft Wien 84: 86-118

From Jurassic shores to Cretaceous plutons; alteration histories of metavolcanic rocks, eastern California. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28(7): 424

From Jurassic shores to Cretaceous plutons; geochemical evidence for paleoalteration environments of metavolcanic rocks, eastern California. Geological Society of America Bulletin 110(3): 326-343

From Kakadu to Kutikina; the southern continent at 18 000 years ago. Pages 264-295 1990

From Karpinsky to Schindewolf; memories of some great paleontologists. Journal Paleont0(1): 1-12

From Katalla to Kuparuk. Alaska Geographic 9(4): 166-177

From Kyme to Eritrea; geology of part of Euboea, Greece. Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 9(2): 261-266

From LPS to CDS to clam shells; subtropical climate recordings from the last 2000 years. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 34(2): 9

From Lake Flagstaff through Lake Uinta, central Utah. International Congress on Sedimentology = Congres International de Sedimentologie 11: 129-130

From Lake Vogealle to the source of the Fontanil River; an important hydrogeologic borehole. Archives des Sciences 42(2): 437-446

From Lausanne to the Venezuelan forests; the geologic expedition of Francois de Loys (1892-1935) and the origins of an anthropologic controversy. Bulletin de la Societe Vaudoise des Sciences Naturelles 86(3): 157-174

From Linne to Leakey; six signposts in human evolution. Pages 1-12 1980

From Little Round Top to the falls of St. Anthony; the topographic and geologic insights of General Gouverneur Kemble Warren (1830-1882). Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28(3): 66

From Lucy to language. Earth (Waukesha, Wis)

From Lyell and adaptation to autonomous construction; a study of basic problems in paleontology. CFS Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg

From MORB to SSZ basalts; an example from the Voskopoja Ophiolite (southern Albania). Prace Specjalne - Polskie Towarzystwo Mineralogiczne 17: 163-166

From MORB to SSZ; the South Albanian ophiolites and their Dinaric-Hellenic framework. Mitteilungen der Oesterreichischen Mineralogischen Gesellschaft 146: 141-142

From Maple Shade to Spindletop; the Guffey and Galey saga. Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists 2000: 159

From Marmarth to intake; fiasco to feast. Lapidary Journal 35(11): 2234-2245

From Mars with love. Science 186(4163): 495-501

From Medicine Hat to Manaus; the effect of ENSO on hemispherical factors controlling hydrologic extremes in Central America. Program with Abstracts - Geological Association of Canada(Mineralogical Association of Canada(Canadian Geophysical Union, Joint Annual Meeting 23: 195

From mercury to pluto, chaos pervades the solar system. Science 257(5066): 33-33

From Messel to Malawi; X-ray paleontologists look into the past. Bild der Wissenschaft 1994(6): 76-83

From Middle Jurassic heating to Neogene cooling; the thermochronological evolution of the southern Alps. Tectonophysics 414(1-4): 191-202

From Miliolacea to Alveolinacea (large Foraminifera); the fauna of the Upper Cretaceous and lower Tertiary of Chiapas, southeastern Mexico. Geobios 35(4): 469-488

From Mochty to a synthesis of the Polish Pleistocene. Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego = Annales de la Societe Geologique de Pologne 48(3-4): 445-478

From Mont Pelerin to the Pyrenees. Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 69(2): 249-264

From Mount Goldsworthy to Area C; reflections on forty years of iron ore exploration in the Pilbara. Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, Transactions, Section B: Applied Earth Science 112(Pages 38-55

From Mt Goldsworthy to Area C; reflections on forty years of iron ore exploration in the Pilbara. Publication Series - Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 7/2002: 41-56

From Murgabian (Late Permian) to Olenekian (Early Triassic) sequence stratigraphy; the Tethyan margins record. Pages 14 1993

From Musandam to the Iranian Makran. Geographical Journal 141, Part 1: 55-58

From Nadar's balloon to Apollo 13; remote sensing of natural resources. Memoires de l'Academie des Sciences, Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres de Toulouse 132(1)): 97-103

From Nanodots to Nanorods; oriented aggregation and magnetic evolution of nanocrystalline goethite. Geophysical Research Letters 30(10): 1512

From New York City to the Delaware Water Gap. Geol Rev

From Niigata to Richards Bay. Metal Bulletin Monthly 141(Pages 64-65

From Noah's Ark to Babylon. Petroleum Gazette 34(4): 19-22

From North China to North America; an evidence linking Paleolithic culture in China with North America. China Reconstructs 27(5): 46-48

From ODP to CPR; using Ocean Drilling Program data in calibrated peer review assignments. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 35(6): 115

From Obruchev to our days. Razvedka i Okhrana Nedr 1988(9): 5-9

From Osaka to Inami, west Kii; chichibu belt. Journal of Geosciences, Osaka City University 11(Pages 102-108

From Osaka to Inami, west Kii; izumi range . Journal of Geosciences, Osaka City University 11(Pages 94-97

From Osaka to Inami, west Kii; muro belt of the Shimanto major belt. Journal of Geosciences, Osaka City University 11(Pages 108-111

From Osaka to Inami, west Kii; sambagawa metamorphic belt. Journal of Geosciences, Osaka City University 11(Pages 99-102

From P-T-t paths to particle paths; rapid burial and exhumation in a metamorphic thrust wedge in the Newfoundland Appalachians, Canada. Terra Abstracts 7, Suppl

From P-T-t paths to particle paths; rapid burial and exhumation in metamorphic thrust wedges, Canada. International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 30, Vol

From Pangaea to Pangaea. Science in the USSR 4: 24-33, 48

From Pangloss to Panphobia: pitfalls in the path of responsible prediction. Search (Sydney) 16(2): 29-32

From Paris in America to Amerika in Saxony. ExtraLapis English 3: 73-99

From Paris to Estonia via Ravello/ Palinuro; Urve Miller's itinerary in the palaeoecological network. PACT (Strasbourg) 50: XV-XVIII

From Pat to Tats; the lead isotope legacy in the studies of the continental crust-upper mantle system. LPI Contribution 921: 4

From Patagonia to La Brea; the timeless wandering of the edentates. Fossils Quarterly 5(1): 19-31

From Picardy to Boulonnais: aspects of the Ceno- and Mesozoic cover; Variscan front and Paleozoic subsidence. Bulletin d'Information des Geologues du Bassin de Paris 19(1): 9-62

From Picasso and plate tectonics to Mondrian, Klee, and the pixel; geology-art connections. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 22(7): 150

From Pittsburgh to Cairo; Pleistocene evolution of the Ohio River drainage. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38(4): 4

From Pleistocene to present; obsidian sources in West New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 15: 83-98

From Pleniglacial to Holocene; a (super 14) C chronostratigraphy of environmental changes in the Konya Plain, Turkey. Quaternary Science Reviews 18(4-5): 573-591

From Pliny to Walch; 1700 pioneering years of ammonoid research. Berichte der Geologischen Bundesanstalt 46: 61

From Powell to Pewe; the ultimate field trip. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28(7): 82

From Proterozoic strata to a synthesized seismic reflection trace; implications for regional seismic reflection patterns in northwestern Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences = Revue Canadienne des Sciences de la Terre 43(11): 1639-1651

From Quaternary geology to geotechnics. Bulletin de l'Association Francaise pour l'Etude du Quaternaire 18(5): 27-32

From R. Pumpelly's geological map of the Oshima Peninsula to this Society's geological atlas of eastern Asia. Chigaku Zasshi = Journal of Geography 89(3, (837)): 201-205

From Radon to Kirchhoff migration. Theory and Practice of Applied Geophysics 5: 231-242

From Recreational Lake to Muddy Swamp - a PR success story.

From Rensselaer to China; Amadeus W. Grabau on the semicentennial of his death. International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 30, Vol

From Rhaetian coral reef to Lower Jurassic Porifera assemblages; consequence of a short-term nutrient crisis?. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 21: 96-97

From Rodinia to Gondwana supercontinents; thinking about problems of researching Neoproterozoic supercontinents. Dixue Qianyuan = Earth Science Frontiers 8(4): 441-448

From Rodinia to Gondwana, late Proterozoic development of the metamorphic core complexes in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 31: (unpaginated

From Rodinia to Gondwana, the East-Antarctic perspective. Gondwana Research 2(4): 567-0

From Rodinia to Gondwana; a review of the available evidence from South America. Gondwana Research 4(4): 600-602

From Rodinia to Gondwana; supercontinent evolution in the Transantarctic Mountains. Pages 5-6 1999

From Rodinia to Gondwana; supercontinent evolution in the Transantarctic Mountains. Bulletin - Royal Society of New Zealand 35(Pages 61-74

From Rodinia to western Gondwana; an approach to the Brasiliano-Pan African cycle and orogenic collage. Episodes 22(3): 155-166

From Roman Mutina to present-day Modena; Po Plain, northern Italy; human settlements and inundations. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 31: (unpaginated

From Serenity to Langemak; a regional chemical setting for Mare Crisium. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Pages 13-31

From Snowball to Phanerozoic Earth. International Geology Review 47(8): 775-791

From Superfund site to developable property; the case of Rentokil. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (Print) 45(2): 157-179

From TCD to the Burmese oilfields. Pages 83-85 1994

From TI to WAMAST media for QP elastic waves. Geophysics 66(4): 1300-1301

From TM to JERS-1 to ASTER; toward mineral identification with satellite data. Proceedings of the Thematic Conference on Geologic Remote Sensing 11: I

From Tasurinchi Cave to Guiers-Vif Springs by way of the Pierre Chevalier River; Aulp-du-Seuil, Chartreuse, Isere, France. Spelunca (4e Serie) 53: 31-39

From Tegulalithus to Lithastrinus; a useful biostratigraphic lineage?. INA Newsletter 9(2): 48

From Tethys to Mediterranean (paleogeography and paleobiogeography of peri-Mediterranean regions and of Mediterranean basins). Rapports et Proces Verbaux des Reunions - Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranee 29(2): 217-232

From Texas to Tibet; COCORP at 20. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 27(6): 194

From Tharsis to tholus; evolution of the Martian lithosphere and its resposne to volcanic loads. LPI Contribution 441): 244-246

From Thule to Huli's; use of magnetotellurics in difficult acquisition areas. Annual Meeting Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists 5: 26-27

From Tibet to Basin-and-Range? Geochemical and geochronological constraints for two-stage late Variscan extension. Terra Abstracts 7, Suppl

From Tonazan and Ledi to Ape Jarvinen; the history of gold in Salzburg. Der Aufschluss 38(8-9): 279-288

From Town Dump to Sanitary Landfill; A Case History. Bulletin of the Association of Engineering Geologists 9(1): 1-16

From Triassic sea to Cretaceous orogen; the Austroalpine sector of the Tethyan shelf (Eastern Alps, Austria). International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 31: (unpaginated

From Trichotropidae to Calyptraeidae by way of Lysis Gabb, 1864. Annual Report - Western Society of Malacologists 22: 12-13

From Tuttle and Bowen onwards. Record - Australian Geological Survey Organisation Pages 25-26

From UELN-95 to EVS 2000; European activities for a continental vertical datum. International Association of Geodesy Symposia 118: 35-41

From Ur with love. New Zealand Geographic 47(Pages 11

From Vanavara to Chernobyl; interconnection of catastrophes. 6: 47-48 1998

From Vandam to Nukha (route traverses of the southern slope of the main Caucasus range). 67: 54-55 1936

From Variscan to Alpine; magmatic evolution of the Pyrenees. Reunion Annuelle des Sciences de la Terre 14: 33

From Wakayama to Nara via Gojo; en route Gojo to Nara. Journal of Geosciences, Osaka City University 11(Pages 118-120

From Wakayama to Nara via Gojo; environs of Nara city. Journal of Geosciences, Osaka City University 11(Pages 120-123

From Wakayama to Nara via Gojo; median tectonic line along R. Kinokawa. Journal of Geosciences, Osaka City University 11: 116-118

From Wegener's theory of continental drift to a model of plate tectonics; a college-level education project; eleventh grade. Geographische Rundschau 32(6): 297-302

From Werner and Hutton to Wegmann; heritage and recurrence. Memoires de la Societe Geologique de France, Nouvelle Serie 168: 31-33

From William Smith to William Whitaker; the development of British hydrogeology in the nineteenth century. Geological Society Special Publications 143: 183-196

From Winnipeg to the Keewatin; excursion of the Canadian Association of Geographers. Revue de Geographie de Montreal 25(1): 89-94

From X-rays to fission, a metamorphosis in mining. Field Symposium - Guidebook of the Four Corners Geological Society 3: 109-114

From XY tracking to buckling; axial plane cleavage fanning and folding during progressive deformation. Journal of Structural Geology 27(3): 409-417

From Yellowstone to Titan, with sidetrips to Mars, Io, Mount St. Helens and Triton. Pages 207-231 2004

From Zimbabwe to Tasmania; the age and duration of the Karoo-Ferrar igneous event, southern Gondwana. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48, Suppl

From Zurich to Andeer. Compte Rendu Sommaire des Seances de la Societe Geologique de France 9(Pages 364-366

From a carbon economy to a mixed economy; a global opportunity. Consequences (University Center, Mich)

From a closed lake-alluvial fan to an open braided-fluvial depositional system; tectonic factors controlling the sedimentary evolution of the Sabina Basin (Plio(?)-Pleistocene, central Italy). International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congre Geologique International, Resumes 31(2000

From a conceptual model of karst hydrological systems to water-vulnerability mapping. Karst Waters Institute Special Publication 5(Pages 65-69

From a constitutive modelling of metallic rings to the design of rockfall restraining nets. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 25(1): 49-70

From a deformed Peri-Tethyan carbonate platform to a fold-and-thrust-belt; an example from the Central Apennines, Italy. Journal of Structural Geology 27(3): 523-539

From a global to a semi-distributed approach in rainfall-runoff modeling. Houille Blanche 54(6): 81-88

From a hot spot to a cold spot; spatial correlogram analysis of helium-isotopic variations along the Southeast Indian Ridge. LPI Contribution Pages 102-103

From a journey to Bering Strait. Izvestiya Vsesoyuznogo Geograficheskogo Obshchestva 42(Pages 521-580

From a marginal basin crust to a mature island arc; evolution of the Baguio mining district, Luzon, Philippines. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 30, Vol

From a mountain belt collapse to a sedimentary basin development; 2-D thermal model based on inversion of stratigraphic data in the Paris Basin. Tectonophysics 386(1-2): 1-27

From a national prestige policy to urban marketing: forms of attractiveness in policies aimed at enhancing the value of three European capitals.

From a passive to an active margin; tectonic and sedimentary processes linked to the birth of an accretionary prism (Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand). Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France, Huitieme Serie 162(4): 649-660

From a planned economy to the market-oriented system; transition in the Hungarian Geological Survey. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 31: (unpaginated

From a refined chrono-stratigraphic framework to seismic interpretation; integration of quantitative palynology and micropaleontology, ichnology, sedimentology and seismic from the lower Congo Tertiary basin (Angola). Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists 2000: 54

From a rock to a hard place; journeys of a radiochemist through inner and outer space. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 219(2): 157-163

From a sectoral approach to a spatially organised approach - new schemes, new benchmarks.

From a strange effect to Mossbauer spectroscopy. 5: 1-51 1975

From a trip in the Julianehaab and Frederikshaab Districts during the summer of 1912. Groenlandske Selskab - Aarsskrift 1913(Pages 29-37

From abandoned water filled quarry to fertile land. Ground Water Age 5(6): 28-30

From absolute dating to isotopic geochemistry; African examples of the evolution of geochronology . Bulletin des Seances de l' Academie Royale des Sciences d'Outre-mer 32(4): 565-579

From accommodation zones to metamorphic core complexes; tracking the progressive development of major normal fault systems. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 24(7): 158

From accumulation to discharge; modification of stable isotopes during glacial and post-glacial processes. Hydrological Processes 14(8): 1423-1438

From acquisition footprints to true amplitude. Geophysics 67(3): 830-839

From acyclicity to polycyclicity; a limited case in the Ardennes Massif; discussion. Zeitschrift fuer Geomorphologie 41(2): 247-251

From adsorption to precipitation; sorption of Mn (super 2+) on FeCO (sub 3) (s). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 53(11): 2787-2796

From aeolian sand deposits to deep-sea fan gravity flows, dish and pillar structure characterizes seismites. International Sedimentological Congress 14: F

From aeropaleontology to paleoatmospheric circulation; a study of Holocene travertine. Geographie Physique et Quaternaire 42(1): 97-99

From aggradation to progradation; the Maiella Platform, Abruzzi, Italy. AAPG Memoir 56: 213-232

From agricultural geology to hydropedology; forging links within the twenty-first-century geoscience community. Geological Society Special Publications 266(Pages 133-140

From alchemy through geochemistry to cosmochemistry. 21: 1-16 1984

From alkali basalt to phonolite in hand-size samples: vapor-differentiation effects in the Bouzentes lava flow (Cantal, France). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 79(1-2): 47-61

From alluvial fan to playa; an Upper Jurassic ephemeral fluvial system, Neuquen Basin, Argentina. Gondwana Research 8(3): 363-383

From alluvial fans to intravallive floodplain; a case study from the piedmont terrace alluvium of the upper Musone River basin (Marche Apennines). Giornale di Geologia 56(2): 27-42

From among the newest discoveries of Pleistocene mammalian remains in Poland. Przeglad Zoologiczny 18(1): 42-46

From among the periglacial phenomena in Kitami District, Hokkaido, Japan; the sorted polygons at Hirayama and the ice-shove ridges along the beach of Okhotsk Sea. Chigaku Zasshi = Journal of Geography 84(2): 41-52

From amplitude anomalies to physical properties; a quantitative approach. Oil and Gas Journal 92(43): 53, 56-58, 60

From an atom to a molecule. Mineralien Magazine 6(3): 113-116

From an epicontinental sea to a deep submarine plateau; Penibetic paleogeographic evolution. Pages 5 1988

From an experience of teaching mineralogy; 16. Zapiski Vserossiyskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva = Proceedings of the Russian Mineralogical Society 128(4): 98-99

From an extended marginal shelf towards synorogenic basins; thermal evolution of the Variscan Rhenohercynian basin in the Ardennes of Belgium and bordering regions. Journal of Conference Abstracts 4(1): 97

From an offshore perspective, arc birth date information is needed to unravel the tectonic evolution of the northwestern corner of the Pacific Basin. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 80(46, Suppl

From analog aeromagnetic contour maps to enhanced contour images; getting the most from an existing potential dataset. Report of Activities - Mineral Development Division (St John's, 1985)

From ancient flakes to active faults; tectonic evolution of the Northridge seismic zone. Seismological Research Letters 65(3-4): 248

From andalusite to zincosite; a route for minerals discovered in Spain. Estudios Geologicos (Madrid) 60(1-2): 3-10

From andesitic volcanism to the formation of a porphyry Cu-Au mineralizing magma chamber; the Farallon Negro volcanic complex, northwestern Argentina. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 136(1-2): 1-30

From anorthite to vesuvianite; an excursion through the minerals first discovered in Italy. Episodes 26(3): 256-258

From another planet; exploring the health effects of Moon dust and the challenges of communicating across disciplines. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38(7): 122

From anticlinal theory to synclinal theory? The exploration paradigm of the 21st century. Sekiyu Gijutsu Kyokaishi = Journal of the Japanese Association of Petroleum Technology 67(2): 143-152

From antimoment to moment. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 6(3): 281-282

From antimoment to moment; plane-strain models of earthquakes that stop. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 65(1): 163-182

From antimony to gold; La Lucette, Mayenne. Le Monde et les Mineraux 39): 20-26

From antiquity onward. Oceanus (Woods Hole) 24(3): 6-8

From apes to man; 10 million year evolution. Bulletin de la Societe Fribourgeoise des Sciences Naturelles 85(1-2): 36-71

From apprenticeship to profession, Nathaniel Shaler and the first summer school of geology. Earth Sciences History 4(1): 49-53

From approximate to accurate velocity rays. SEG Annual Meeting Expanded Technical Program Abstracts with Biographies 72(Pages 878-881

From archaeology to paleogeography. Bulletin de l'Institut Fondamental d'Afrique Noire, Serie A: Sciences Naturelles 31(1): 263-269

From archetypical ichnofacies to ichnofabric; outline of the Third international ichnofabric workshop. Dizhi Keji Qingbao = Geological Science and Technology Information 14(4): 101-103

From arkoses to laterites; compositional analysis of Paleosols in the Paleogene Silvarado Formation, northern Peninsular Ranges, California. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32(7): 95

From armchair geology to a deposit in a new uranium province. Pages 243-277 1981

From armored fish to mankind, evolutionary cycles in the history of the vertebrates. Bericht - Naturforschende Gesellschaft Bamberg 56: 110-181

From asteroids to meteorites; role of asteroid collisions. Meteoritics 18(4): 278-279

From astrochemistry to astrobiology. Astrobiology 1(2): 230, Summer

From back arcs to front yards; thinking globally, teaching locally. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 78(46, Suppl

From back-arc basin to back-arc foreland basin; the sedimentary basin and tectonic evolution of the late Caledonian-early Hercynian states in corridor and North Qilian Mts. Dixue Qianyuan = Earth Science Frontiers 7, Suppl

From bacteria to Protista. Unknown

From bacteria to carbonate reservoir. Petrole et Techniques 283: 96-98

From bacteria to crystals in karstic waters; the role of nutritional conditions. ASF Association des Sedimentologistes Francais 26: 55-56

From bacterial genome to functionality; case bifidobacteria. International Journal of Food Microbiology 120(1-2): 2-12

From banded iron-formation to iron ore; geochemical and mineralogical constraints from across the Hamersley Province, Western Australia. Chemical Geology 197(1-4): 215-251

From basin to basement; the movement of surface fluids into the crust. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 69-70(Pages 527-531

From basins to mountains and back again; N.Z. basin evolution since 10 Ma. Proceedings - International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction 9: 3-9

From beach to beach; the development of maritime economies in prehistoric Melanesia. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia 16: 139-176

From beans to berries and beyond: teamwork between plant chemicals for protection of optimal human health. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1114: 372-380

From bedrock to burial; the evolution of particulate organic carbon across coupled watershed-continental margin systems. Marine Chemistry 92(1-4): 141-156

From big bang to bing bang; from the origin of the universe to the origin of the solar system. 4: 374-395 1986

From binary notation to gravitational waves; rocket science made easy. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 32(Pages (abstr

From biogenic to biomimetic silica. Comptes Rendus Palevol 3(6-7): 443-452

From biogeography to life history theory; a multithematic approach illustrated by the biogeography of vertebrates. Journal of Biogeography 14(5): 422

From biostratigraphy to biochronology; time correlation by fossils. Compte Rendu - Congres International de Stratigraphie et de Geologie du Carbonifere = International Congress on Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology

From biostratigraphy to tectonics; an Ordovician and Silurian strata of southern China as an example. Xiandai Dizhi = Geoscience 13(4): 385-389

From biostratigraphy to tectonics; taking Ordovician and Silurian of South China as an example. Xiandai Dizhi = Geoscience 13(2): 201

From bit to byte; an integrated wellsite geological engineering database. COGS Computer Contributions 4(3): 142

From black diamonds to black gold. Newsletter - Historical Studies Group, Geological Society of New Zealand 9(Pages 22-26

From black shales to seeps; recognizing habitats of chemosymbiotic bivalves from the fossil record. Annual Report - Western Society of Malacologists 24: 15

From black smokers to acid mine drainage; an overview and field trip log. Pages 20-31 1993

From bone tissue to fossil bone in Jurassic dinosaurs at Dinosaur National Monument, Utah. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 27(1): 56

From bones to behemoths; a look at dinosaur art and artists. Rocks and Minerals 67(2): 94-110

From bore cores and strip samples to coal processing plant scheduling; a practical approach. Advances in the Study of the Sydney Basin: Proceedings of the Symposium 25: 207-214

From borehole logs to fracture database; Part 1, Technique. Pages (unpaginated 1999

From bottom landers to observatory networks. Annals of Geophysics 49(2-3): 581-593

From bottom to top, the final stages; plume-lithosphere interaction beneath continents. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 72(17): 280

From boundaries to barrels; sequence stratigraphy and petroleum resource assessment of Federal land in Northern Alaska. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 33(6): 354

From brittle to ductile transition behavior and quantitative criterion of Qianan quartzite. Journal of Changchun College of Geology = Changchun Dizhi Xueyuan Xuebao 18(4): 391-400

From brittle to ductile; 75 years of seismic design in New Zealand. Bulletin of the New Zealand National Society for Earthquake Engineering 39(3): 158-169

From brown to black. Pages 63-64 1995

From buckling to asymmetric folding of the continental lithosphere; numerical modelling and application to the Himalayan syntaxes. Geological Society Special Publications 170(Pages 219-236

From buttes to bowls; repeated inversions in the landscape of the Colorado Piedmont. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 36(5): 411-412

From buyer beware, to seller beware, to environmental site assessments. Colorado Geological Survey ROCKTALK 3(2): 9-10

From byproduct to brick; using red mud waste as a construction material. Ceramic Industry 150(9, Suppl

From calcareous to arenaceous tests; a foraminiferal assemblage shift implies a change in carbonate production for estuarine environments along the west coast of North America. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32(7): 91

From calibration on tracer test data to a computation of protection zones; upscaling difficulties in a deterministic modelling framework. IAHS-AISH Publication 237: 253-264

From carbonate mounds to off mounds sediments; sedimentology and sediment correlation. Aardkundige Mededelingen 12: 109-111

From carbonatogenesis concepts to bacterial regeneration of limestones (microbial lifting). ASF Association des Sedimentologistes Francais 26: 41-42

From card catalog to computer file; the impact of technology on the production of polar bibliographic databases. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 26(7): 161

From catchment techniques to the strategy of optimum utilization of water resources; expansion of the role of hydrogeology. Pages 926-930 1967

From catchment to reef; a case study of integrating catchment, coastal and oceans management.

From cause to effect; using numerical modelling to understand rock slope instability mechanisms. NATO Science Series Series IV, Earth and Environmental Sciences

From celcius to chaos to cyclones; using temperature-conversion equations to introduce advanced mathematical concepts in earth science courses. Mathematical Geology 32(2): 203-215

From cellar to furnace; the role of basement tectonics in the development of oil and gas resources in western Pennsylvania. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 31(2): 21

From chalcedonic chert to quartz chert; diagenesis of chert hosted in a Miocene volcanic-sedimentary succession, central Japan. Journal of Sedimentary Research 66(0): 0-0

From chalcopyrite to native copper from the example of the Clara Mine, Oberwolfach, Black Forest; with a crystallographic description in the annex. Der Aufschluss 32(9): 341-351

From chalk to plastic clay; a remarkable outcrop at Meudon, near Paris. Bulletin d'Information des Geologues du Bassin de Paris 30(2): 3-9

From chemical monitoring to biological meaning; extraction techniques and the biological interpretation of sediment chemistry data from the Casey region. Proceedings - SCAR International Biology Symposium 8(Pages 285-289

From chromite to crocoite; chromium mineralogy and geochemistry at Dundas, western Tasmania. Abstracts - Geological Society of Australia 76: 29-32

From chronology to radioactive dating. Diqiu Xuebao = Acta Geoscientia Sinica 19(4): 377-382

From chronology to stratigraphy; assessing the continuity of the stratigraphic record. Annual Meeting Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists 1993: 69

From chronology to stratigraphy; interpreting the lower and middle Eocene stratigraphic record in the Atlantic Ocean. Berggren, W. A. , Kent, D. V. , Aubry, M.-P. , Hardenbol, J. Sepm (society For Sedimentary Geology) Special Publication; Geochronology, Time Scales And Global Stratigraphic Correlation. 213-274

From cirques to canyon cutting; new Quaternary research in the Uinta Mountains. GSA Field Guide 6(Pages 53-78

From clay to bricks. Washington Geology 25(1): 12-13

From clay-water interface study to soil-metal interface study; an instance of Dr. Low's influence. Agronomy Abstracts 85: 238

From coal to caliche; the sedimentary record of Late Triassic paleoclimate from the Taylorsville rift basin, Virginia. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32(1): 30

From cold superplume to hot superplume, why?. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48, Suppl

From collection to utilization; outcrop analog data in a 3-D world. Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists 13(Pages 138

From collision to collapse; complex strain permutation in the hinterland of the Scandinavian Caledonides. Journal of Geophysical Research, B, Solid Earth and Planets 102(11): 24,697-24,711

From collision to collapse; phases of lithospheric evolution as monitored by seismic records. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 79(1-2): 75-86

From collision to extension; the roots of the southeastern continental margin of Brazil. Geophysical Monograph 115: 1-32

From collision to subduction off NE Taiwan; new insights from seismicity distribution and focal mechanisms. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 77(46, Suppl

From collisional to rifted basins; an example from the southern Calabrian arc (Italy). Tectonophysics 266(1-4): 233-249

From colonial science to scientific independence; Australian reef geomorphology in the nineteenth century. Binghamton Symposia in Geomorphology: International Series 19: 151-163

From comets to asteroids; when hairy stars go bald. Earth, Moon, and Planets 72(1-3): 185-201

From commons to claims; property rights in the California gold rush. The Public Land and Resources Law Digest 40(1): 11-82

From compression to extension in the Wadi Kid area, Sinai, Egypt; Pan-African extensional collapse in the ANS. Journal of Conference Abstracts 4(1): 104-105

From compression to extension; a simple model illustrating their relations during convergence. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 31(2000

From compression to transtension between Cyprus and the northern Levant coast. Terra Abstracts 5, Suppl

From compressional to extensional tectonic regime along the Andean Peruvian margin during Neogene time (deep sea dives in the Chiclayo Canyon). Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 73(14, Suppl

From computational geophysics to geophysical cybernetics. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy Geologiya i Razvedka

From computers to contacts; oil scouts still rely on traditions. AAPG Explorer 5(12): 20-21

From concept to Cannington: a decade of exploration in the Eastern Succession. Bulletin - Australian Institute of Geoscientists 13: 35-38

From concept towards reality; developing the attributed 3D geological model of the shallow subsurface. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology 38(3): 231-284

From conception to completion; core competencies for infusing advanced CD-ROM technologies in geoscience education. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 30(7): 347

From congress to congress. Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdeniy 43(1): 3-4

From conodonts and ancient oceans to fish bones and metal contaminant stabilization. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69(10, Suppl

From consultation to collaboration; why geologists should learn archaeological theory. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 36(5): 309

From contaminated groundwater to hydrothermal petroleum; the theoretical geochemistry of PAH. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 74(43, Suppl

From contaminated site to premier urban greenspace; investigating the success of Thames Barrier Park, London. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 94: 153-162

From continental break-up to sea-floor spreading; Tethyan and Iberian margins. Journal of Conference Abstracts 4(1): 376

From continental drift to plate tectonics. Zeitschrift fuer Geologische Wissenschaften 6(11): 1293-1300

From continental drift to plate tectonics, 1930-1960. Zeitschrift fuer Geologische Wissenschaften 10(3): 333-340

From continental drift to plate tectonics; evolution, revolution, or both?. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32(7): 379

From continental drift to plate tectonics; lessons on scientific progress from the history of science?. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 21: 258

From continental extension to seafloor spreading; crustal structure of the Goban Spur rifted margin, southwest of the UK. Geophysical Journal International 163(2): 527-546

From continental margin extension to collision orogen; structural development and tectonic rotation of the Hengchun Peninsula, southern Taiwan. Tectonophysics 361(1-2): 61-82

From continental rifting to seafloor spreading. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48, Suppl

From continental to ocean rifting; evidence from northeastern Somalia (Gulf of Aden). Terra Abstracts 5, Suppl

From continents to island arcs; a geochemical index of tectonic setting for arc-related and within-plate felsic to intermediate volcanic rocks. The Canadian Mineralogist 38(5): 1065-1073

From conventional airphotos, to 2.5D maps and digital mosaic terrain reconstruction; a simple but complete digital technique used at GSC-Quebec, Canada. Open-File Report - U S

From conventional to ionprobe U-Pb dating of inhomogeneous zircon population; 3.2 Ga basement gneiss, Lapinlahti, central Finland. Abstracts - Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 23: 197

From conversations with Peter; reminiscences of the philosophy of P.C. Sylvester-Bradley.

From conversion to inversion. Preview 76: 94-95

From copper to crystal. QGMJ Queensland Government Mining Journal 2006(1224): 52-54

From core to biosphere; catastrophes and couplings within the Earth's heat engine. Pages 33 1988

From cosmic formation of chiral bioorganics in interstellar dust to comet seeds of life's origins; are 10 (super 25) chances enough?. Proceedings of the

From cradle to distribution; a look at a comprehensive digital model of the Southwest Virginia coalfield. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38(3): 30

From cradle to grave; a mineral policy framework for a healthy mining industry. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 31: (unpaginated

From cross-analysis using ground truth catalogue of Martian craters towards new generation of catalogues of craters. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 38: (Abstract 1088

From crucibles through subduction to batholiths. Pages 389-433 1977

From crustal collision to crustal subduction; a model of evolution from the Alps to the Himalayas. Terra Abstracts 7, Suppl

From cryptic speciation to phylogeography in Electra pilosa; the case of genetic study of one cosmopolitan species. Pages 176 2004

From crystal morphology to bond assemblage in haidingerite. Acta Crystallographica Section A

From crystallography and mineralogy to teaching on the noosphere; the 125th anniversary of the birth of V. I. Vernadskiy. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 117(1): 3-5

From crystals to climate; using geochemical principles to understand paleoceanographic proxies. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 87(Fall Meeting Suppl

From cyclothems to sequences; the record of eustasy and climate on an icehouse epeiric platform (Pennsylvanian-Permian, North American Midcontinent). Journal of Sedimentary Research 73(1): 15-30

From d'Orbigny to the Devonian; some thoughts on the history of the stratotype concept. Comptes Rendus Palevol 1(6): 335-345

From data to information in drill and blast; the role of engineering. Australian Journal of Mining 16(185): 53-56

From databank to workstation; geoscience data management in focus. First Break 13(12): 480-481

From databases to visualisation; providing a user friendly visual environment for creating 3D solid geology models. Publication Series - Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 4/95: 11-20

From databases to visualization; data transfer standards and data structures for 3D geological modelling. Publication Series - Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 4/95: 65-70

From dead ice to living ice; problems of the arctic islands. Berge der Welt 7(Pages 41-42

From deep water exploration to tar sand production; bugs, biodegradation, and the origin of heavy oil. Reservoir 32(5): 10

From deep-water exploration to tar sand production; bugs, biodegradation, and the origin of heavy oil. AAPG Bulletin 90(1): 154

From delamination to underplating; a plausible basin-forming process for the Jaibaras Trough (northeast Brazil). International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 31: (unpaginated

From delta to alluvial plain; siliciclastic sedimentation in the Upper Carboniferous (Namurian to Westphalian) Variscan Foreland. Gaea Heidelbergensis 3: 327-328

From depth migration model building through to structural uncertainty analysis; an integrated workflow. Preview (Brisbane, Qld)

From depth scale to time scale; transforming sediment image color data into a high-resolution time series. Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research 7: 143-164

From deserts to rain forests; erosion regimes and the recovery of Pacific salmon. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 35(6): 607

From deserts to rain forests; the reciprocal relationship of archeology and geology. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 31(3): 5

From design to remediation; the Vroom site. Pages 309-314 1992

From detritus to sea foam; the formation, reactivity and disposition of natural organic matter in fresh waters. Pages 115 2001

From development to changeout: geology in the longwall mining cycle at Clarence colliery. Pages 233-237 1996

From development to success: the European surveillance scheme for travel associated Legionnaires' disease. European Journal of Public Health 17(6): 652-656

From diagenesis to anchimetamorphism, upper Austroalpine sedimentary cover in Bavaria and Tyrol. Geodinamica Acta 2(1): 33-47

From diagenesis to low-grade metamorphism. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 1: 297

From diamond to metallic hydrogen; the role of high-pressure in mineralogical research. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 75(16, Suppl

From diffuse to localized damage through elastic interaction. Geophysical Research Letters 26(14): 2109-2112

From dinosaurs to Darwin; evolution from the perspective of (deep) time; a multidisciplinary curriculum. Annual Meeting - Israel Geological Society 1998: 21

From discovery to production in 18 months; evaluation and integration of geotechnical data in a fast-track development strategy, Zafiro Field offshore Equatorial Guinea. Proceedings - Offshore Technology Conference 29, Volume 2: 627-635

From discovery to project feasibility; improving the quality of reserve estimates with new technologies. Exploration and Mining Geology 6(4): 385-386

From discovery to start up; 'proving' gold ore reserves. AusIMM Bulletin and Proceedings 293(8): 25-31

From discovery towards understanding of the Hayward Fault; 1836-1982. Special Publication - California Division of Mines and Geology 62(Pages 23-34

From discrete orientations of the principal axes of paleostresses to the reconstruction of paleostress fields in the elastic lithosphere. Doklady Earth Sciences 403(5): 789-793

From dolerite to diorite; older granite activity near Ellon, Aberdeenshire. Geological Magazine 90(6): 393-403

From doodlebug to seismograph. The Lamp (New York) 64(1-2): 42-47

From dowsing to hydrogeology in the Royal Engineers 1939-70. Pages 315-338 2000

From dream to discovery or from resources to reserves. CIM Bulletin (1974) 71(789): 92-98

From dredged material management to sediment management. Pages 233-242 2002

From drill hole to total estimate, a workable geostatistical case study. Application of Computer Methods in the Mineral Industry 14): 987-994

From drillbit to burner tip; the story of natural gas. Oil-Industry History 6(1): 180

From drinking water quality to the true fight for water. Houille Blanche 2002(4-5): 110-120

From driving to pile foundation; a first step for clays. Pages 233-256 1981

From ductile shear zones to Cretaceous orogenesis at southern Patagonian Andes. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(4): 7

From ductile to brittle extension in the Tyrrhenian side of Northern Apennines, Italy. Documents - BR

From ductile to brittle; evolution and localization of deformation below a crustal detachment (Tinos, Cyclades, Greece). Tectonics 24(4)

From dust to planetesimals; global evolution of ice in the solar nebula. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 27, Part 3: 1269-1270

From dust to planetesimals; time scales from short-lived radionuclides in the early solar system. LPI Contribution Pages (8700

From dust to planets; the tale told by moderately volatile element depletion (MOVED). LPI Contribution Pages (9066

From dust to planets; time scales of accretion and differentiation in the early solar system. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69(10, Suppl

From earthquake engineering to integrated disaster management. Kyoto Daigaku Bosai Kenkyujo Nenpo = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals 45(A): 43-55

From earthquake intensities to earthquake sources; extending the contribution of historical seismology to seismotectonic studies. Annali di Geofisica (1993) 43(4): 765-785

From earthquakes catalogue to macroseismic data base. 1: 64-79 1990

From earthquakes to the capital markets; risk transfer solutions to manage the economic consequences of earthquakes. Proceedings of the World Conference on Earthquake Engineering 12(2000

From ecological stoichiometry to biogeochemical cycles; structural carbon as an example. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 35(6): 271

From education to action; the GEM aproach to local level groundwater pollution prevention. American Water Resources Association Technical Publication Series TPS Pages 56

From effective infiltration to aquifer recharge. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 64(45): 711

From egg to cone; ontogeny of the Early Cambrian problematicum Olivooides. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28(7): 53

From electron diffraction by clays to modular crystallography. Crystallography Reports 46(4): 550-555

From empirical exploitation to the modern mobilization of mineral resources. Memoire Hors Serie - Societe Geologique de France 10): 389-403

From engineering geologic maps to urban geoinformation systems; example of the map of foundation soil of the City of Aachen, Germany. Pages 457-460 1993

From engineering geomorphology to environmental geomorphologic studies. Geomorfologiya 1994(2): 33-39

From environmental burden to natural resource; new reagents for cost-effective treatment of, and metal recovery from, acid rock drainage. Pages 1231-1239 1999

From environmental geology to foundation engineering, path, road, or wishful thinking. Special Paper - Geological Society of America Pages 403-404

From environmental risks, as problems, to earth observations as solutions to those problems. Surveys in Geophysics 21(2-3): 115-125

From equines to economic development: the story of the University Research Park.

From erected crinoids to spoon-like crinoids, an evolutionary model for post-Paleozoic crinoids. Paleopelagos 1: 47-56

From evaluation of ground truth catalogue of Martian craters towards estimation of possible improvements of catalogues of craters. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 38: (Abstract 1087

From evolved granite to pegmatite; what can we learn from melt and fluid inclusions?. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 36(5): 45

From experience of teaching mineralogy, XIV. Zapiski Vserossiyskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva = Proceedings of the Russian Mineralogical Society 125(5): 95-97

From experience of teaching mineralogy; XV. Zapiski Vserossiyskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva = Proceedings of the Russian Mineralogical Society 126(6): 125-128

From exploration to audit; build confidence in your coal resource using Evidence Support Logic (ESL). Pages 65-74 2005

From exploration to development; microbial surveys target hydrocarbon microseepage. GeoArabia (Manama) 1(1): 147

From exploration to production, the geothermal case; an insight to the first R & D programme in the European Community. Pages 219-240 1982

From explosive breccia to unidirectional solidification textures; magmatic evolution of a phosphorus- and fluorine-rich granite system (Podlesi, Krusne hory Mts., Czech Republic). Vestnik Ceskeho Geologickeho Ustavu = Bulletin of the Czech Geological Survey 77(2): 67-92

From extension to compression; structural inversion in the Alps. Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France, Huitieme Serie 4(5): 779-785

From extension to contraction in syn-orogenic foredeep basins; the Contessa section, Umbria-Marche Apennines, Italy. Terra Nova 11(2-3): 55-60

From extension to transpression during the final exhumation of the Pelvoux and Argentera Massifs, Western Alps. Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 97(3): 429-439

From farmer-laborer to famous leader; Charles D. Walcott (1850-1927). GSA Today 6(1): 8-9

From farmland to Tarmac. Miscellaneous Paper - Geological Society of London 18: 19-26

From farmland to booming metropolis; depositional history of a Piedmont pond in response to urbanization, Charlotte NC. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(2): 87

From faulted blocks to megamullions and megaboudins; Tethyan heritage in the structure of the Western Alps. Tectonics 5(1): 95

From feasting to cuisine: implications of archaeological research in an early Honduran village. American Anthropologist 109(4): 642-653

From field data collection to final map; integrating computers into the field geology curriculum. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28(3): 97

From field data to fracture network modeling; an example incorporating spatial structure. Water Resources Research 23(7): 1201

From field to printing press; the making of a digital geologic map. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 29(6): 292

From fill to spill; partially confined depositional systems, Magnolia Field, Garden Banks, Gulf of Mexico. Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts - American Association of Petroleum Geologists 12(Pages 116

From finite strain data to strain history; a model for a sector of the Ligurian Alps, Italy. Journal of Structural Geology 20(5): 573-585

From finite strain data to tectonic reconstruction; an example from the Ligurian Alps. Atti Ticinensi di Scienze della Terra 39(Pages 193-203

From fins to fingers. Science 304(5667): 57-58

From fire-damp to commercial gas. Petroleum Review (London, 1968) 55(654): 15-17

From first fracture to fractal fault gouge; the mechanisms of finite brittle strain. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 25(6): 249

From fish to man. Natural History 32(4): 440

From flood basalts to the inception of oceanization; example from the (super 40) Ar/ (super 39) Ar high-resolution picture of the Karoo large igneous province. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems - G (super 3) 8(2): (Q02002

From fluid inclusion microanalysis to large-scale hydrothermal mass transfer in the Earth's interior. Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences 101(3): 110-117

From fluid inclusion study to genesis of the Anguran ore deposit, NW Iran. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69(10, Suppl

From foreland rift to forearc basin; tectono-thermal controls on subsidence and stratigraphic development in the Mesozoic-Recent Salar de Atacama Basin, Chilean Andes. AAPG Bulletin 75(3): 575

From foreland to forearc domains; new multichannel seismic reflection survey of the Mediterranean Ridge accretionary complex (eastern Mediterranean). Marine Geology 138(3-4): 237-259

From forest to desert. Le Courrier du CN

From fossil fuel to soccer fields. Annual Meeting - Association of Engineering Geologists 44(4): 69

From fossil to live dinosaurs. Pages 28-29 1993

From fossils to earth history; applied historical biogeography.