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Index to OREGON GEOLOGY, volume 63, 2001

Numbers refer to issue and first page of entry. Most subject entries cross-referenced to authors (in parentheses).

Abstracts of theses 1:12; 3:100; 4:126

Allan, J.C., joins DOGAMI Coastal Field Office 2:67

Appel, M., Alkaline and peraluminous intrusives in the Clarno Formation around Mitchell, Oregon: Ramifications on magma genesis and subduction tectonics (thesis abs.) 4:126

Campbell, K.W., and Wang, Z., Scenario ground-motion maps for western Oregon and comparison of scenario, probabilistic, and design response spectra for Seaside and Portland, Oregon 4:107

Carson, R.J., Where the Rockies meet the Columbia Plateau: Geologic field trip from the Walla Walla Valley to the Wallowa Mountains, Oregon 1:13

Clark, J.L., Effects of urbanization on streamflow in three basins in the Pacific Northwest (thesis abs.) 1:12

Geologic notes—gleanings from recent publications that may be of interest 2:65, 3:99, 4:125

Columbia River Basalt Group (Petcovic and Grunder) 3:71

DOGAMI news:
—About using the DOGAMI home page on the Internet 4:128
—Allan, J.C., joins DOGAMI Coastal Field Office 2:67
—Archie Strong, volunteer (turned 91) 1:35; (in memoriam) 3:103
—Errata: Omitted from index of v. 62 (2000) 1:35
—Mined Land Reclamation Awards of 2001 3:97
—Oregon Geology goes digital 3:70; 4:131
—Reconnaissance Map Series launched with some slips 4:128
—USGS OFRs from web site on paper in DOGAMI library 3:103

Douglas, W.H., The distribution of naturally occurring soil radionuclides and radon potential of southwest Oregon (thesis abs.) 3:101

Earthquakes:
—A homeowner’s guide to earthquake safety (highlight) 1:20
—Methodology for regional seismic damage assessment and retrofit planning for existing buildings (McCormack) 3:100
—Portland Hills fault: 2:39; 2:47; 3:102
—Preparation pays (reprinted note from BPA Journal) 2:59
—Scenario ground-motion maps (Campbell and Wang) 4:107
—Seismic rehabilitation at Oregon State Library (Robinson) 2:55
—The HAZUS-RVS form (Theodoropoulos and Wang) 1:3

Ferns, M.L., coauthor, Van Tassell and others 3:77

Field trip guides:
—Wallowa/Blue Mountains (Carson) 1:13
—Newberry Volcano roadside guide (highlight) 1:20

Grunder, A.L., coauthor, Petcovic and Grunder 3:71

HAZUS risk studies (Theodoropoulos and Wang) 1:3

Hemphill-Haley, M.A., coauthor 2:39; 2:47


Hiking Oregon’s and Washington’s geology (highlight) 2:54

Khandoker, R.A., Distribution of heavy metals and trace elements in soils of Southwest Oregon (thesis abs.) 4:127

Lenegan, R.J., Middle Cretaceous sedimentation and tectonics, Mitchell inlier, Wheeler County, central Oregon (thesis abs.) 3:101

Liberty, L.M., coauthor, Wong and others 2:39

Licciardi, J.M., Alpine glacier and pluvial lake records of late Pleistocene climate variability, W. United States (diss. abs.) 3:100

Madin, I.P., and Hemphill-Haley, M.A., The Portland Hills fault at Rowe Middle School (new evidence) 2:47

Madin, I.P., coauthor, Wong and others 2:39

McConnell, V., coauthor, Van Tassell and others 3:77

McCormack, T., A methodology for regional seismic damage assessment and retrofit planning for existing buildings (diss. abs.) 3:100

Mined Land Reclamation: Statewide Annual Reclamation Awards 3:97

Newberry Volcano, Roadside guide by R.A. Jensen (highlight) 1:20

Newton, V.C., Letter re. Wong and others, Portland Hills fault (v. 62, no. 3, p. 39) 3:102

Paleoclimate:
—Distribution of selected conifer taxa (Tattersall) 3:100
—Alpine glacier and pluvial lake climate variability (Licciardi) 3:100

Paleontology: Imbler fish fossils (Van Tassell and others) 3:77

Pearch, J.M., Relationships between landscape stability, clay mineralogy, and stream turbidity in the South Santiam watershed (thesis abs.) 4:127

Petcovic, H.L., and Grunder, A.L., Partial melting of tonalite at the margins of a Columbia River Basalt Group dike, Wallowa Mountains, northeastern Oregon 3:71

Places to see:
—Newberry Crater 1:36
—Hug Point 2:68
—North Umpqua River 3:104
—Mitchell, Wheeler County, area 4:130
—Moccasin Lake (omitted in index for 2000) v. 62, no. 4, p. 124

Portland, Design response spectra (Campbell and Wang) 4:107

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Publications by DOGAMI, announced:
—Errata: Omitted from index of v. 62 (2000):
——IMS-13, Tsunami hazard map, Gold Beach area 4:123
——IMS-17, Slope instability, Salem Hills, Marion County 4:123
——IMS-18, Slope instability, Eola Hills, Polk County 4:123
—IMS-19, Rel. earthquake hazard map, Klamath Falls area 1:2
—O-95-09 through O-95-66, O-97-31, O-97-32, tsunami hazard maps, reissued on CD 3:103
—O-00-04, Guidelines for engineering geologic reports
—O-01-01, Mist Gas Field Map, 2001 edition 2:38
—O-01-02, Nisqually, Washington, earthquake report 2:67
—O-01-03, Coastal erosion hazard, Tillamook County 4:124
—O-01-04, Coastal erosion hazard, Clatsop Plains 4:124
—O-01-05, Earthquake and landslide hazard, Benton Co. 4:124
—O-01-06, Seismic hazard and risk, Tillamook Co. 4:124
—RMS-1, Reconnaissance geol. Map, La Grande quad. 4:106
—Special Paper 34, Slope failures in Oregon 2:38

Publications by others, announced and reviewed:
—Geologic notes—gleanings from recent publications that may be of interest (Clark) 2:65, 3:99, 4:125
—Loy and others, Atlas of Oregon (highlight) 4:130
—Orr, W.N., and Orr, E.L., Geology of the Pacific Northwest, 2d ed. (review by Streck) 3:76
—AGI Environmental Awareness Series: Metal Mining, Groundwater, Sustaining Our Soils and Society (highlight) 3:88
—Babcock and Carson, Hiking Washington’s geology (highlight) 2:54
—Bishop, E.M., Hiking Oregon’s geology (highlight) 2:54
—Jensen, R.A., Roadside guide to the geology of Newberry Volcano (highlight) 1:20
—Institute for Business and Home Safety, A homeowner’s guide to earthquake safety (highlight) 1:20

|Robinson, K., Seismic rehabilitation in the renovation of the Oregon State Library, in Salem 2:55

Rogers, J.P., Analysis of tephra components from Rock Mesa, South Sister volcano, Oregon: Implications for evolution of the explosive phase (thesis abs.) 3:100

Rowe Middle School: Fault evidence (Madin & Hemphill-Haley) 2:47

Seaside, Design response spectra (Campbell and Wang) 4:107

Sedimentology:
—Clay mineralogy, South Santiam watershed (Pearch) 4:127
—Fourier grain-shape analysis, S. Oregon (Torley) 2:60

Smith, G.R., coauthor, Van Tassell and others 3:77

Soils:
—Clay mineralogy, South Santiam watershed (Pearch) 4:127
—Heavy metals and trace elements, SW Oregon (Khandoker) 4:127

Streck, M., Geology of the Pacific Northwest, 2d ed. (review) 3:76

Tattersall, A.M., Changes in the distribution of selected conifer taxa in the Pacific Northwest during the last 20,000 years (thesis abs.) 3:100

Theodoropoulos, C., and Wang, Y., The HAZUS-RVS form: A new HAZUS-compatible rapid visual screening form for buildings 1:3

Torley, R.F., Results of a new method of Fourier grain-shape analysis, detrital quartz grains in sediments, Jackson County, Oregon 2:60

Van Tassell, J., Ferns, M.L., McConnell, V., and Smith, G.R., The mid-Pliocene Imbler fish fossils, Grande Ronde Valley, Union County, Oregon, and the connection between Lake Idaho and the Columbia River
3:77

Volcanology: Tephra components from Rock Mesa (Rogers) 3:100

Wallowa batholith: partial melting (Petcovic and Grunder) 3:71

Wang, Y., coauthor, Theodoropoulos a nd Wang 1:3

Wang, Z., coauthor, Campbell and Wang 4:107

Wong, I.G., Hemphill-Haley, M.A., Liberty, L.M., and Madin, I.P., The Portland Hills fault: An earthquake generator or just another old fault? 2:39

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