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Calabasas

*Hill, J.M., 1910, Note on the occurrence of tungsten minerals near Calabasas, Arizona: USGS Bull. 430, p.164-166.

California Mine (Pima County)
*Gillingham, T.E., 1936, The geology of the California Mine area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of arizona, Tucson, 65 p.

 

Calderas

*Erickson, R.C., Lipman, P.W., and Sawyer, D., 1986, Mesozoic ash-flow caldera fragments in southeastern Arizona and their relation to porphyry copper deposits: Geology (Boulder), v.14, n.6, June 1986, p. 539-541.
*Grubensky, M.J., Sherrod, D.R., Koch, R.D., Pickthorn, L.B., and Bagby, W.C., 1986, Late Oligocene-early Miocene calderas in the Kofa area, southwestern Arizona (abstr.): Abstracts with Program.-GSA, in- GSA, Cord. Sect., 82nd annual meeting, v.18, n.2, p.111.
*Sawyer, D.A., and Lipman, P.W., 1983, Silver Bell Mountains, Arizona- porphyry copper mineralization in a late Cretaceous caldera: EOS (AGU Trans.), v.64, p.874.

 

Caliche

*Bachman, G.O., and Machette, M.N., 1977, Calcic soils and calcretes in the southwestern United States: USGS Open File Report 77-794, 163 p.

*Cooley, D.B., 1966, Geological environment and engineering properties of caliche in the Tucson area, Tucson, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, 96 p.
 

California Mine, Pima County
*Gillingham, T.E., 1936, The geology of the California Mine area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 65 p.

 

Cambrian

*Burgert, B.L., 1972, Petrology of the Cambrian Tapeats Sandstone, Grand Canyon: M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona Univ., Flagstaff, 156 p.

*Dickinson, R.G., 1959, The Cambrian and Ordovician systems of southeastern Arizona: Ariz. Geol. Soc., Guidebook II Southern Arizona, p. 21-24.

*Hayes, P.T., 1972, Stratigraphic nomenclature of Cambrian and Lower Ordovician rocks of easternmost southern Arizona and adjacent westernmost New Mexico: USGS Bull. 1372-B, p. B1-B21.

*Hayes, P.T., 1975, Selected stratigraphic sections of Cambrian and Ordovician rocks in Arizona, New Mexico, and western Texas: USGS Open File Report 75-178, 51 p.

*Hayes, P.T., and Cone, G.C., 1975, Cambrian and Ordovician rocks of southern Arizona and New Mexico and westernmost Texas: USGS Prof. Paper 873, 98 p.

*Keys, C.R., 1931, Age of some so-called Cambric sandstones: Pan-Am., Geol., v.56, p. 78-80.

*Krieger, M.H., 1959, Cambrian age of some of the basal Paleozoic sandstone in central Arizona (abstr): GSA Bull., v.70, n.12,  p.1729.
*Wood, W.H., 1956, The Cambrian and Devonian carbonate rocks at Yampai Cliffs, Mohave County, Arizona: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 228 p.

 

Cameron, Coconino County

*Akers, J.P., 1960, Geology of the Cameron and Leupp quadrangles, Arizona: Ariz. Geol. Soc. Dig., v.3, p. 43-44.

*Akers, J.P., Irwin, J.H., Stevens, P.R., and Mc Clymonds, N.E., 1962, Geology of the Cameron quadrangle, Arizona, with a section on uranium deposits by W.L. Chenoweth, AEC: USGS Map GQ-162.

*Barrington, J., and Kerr, P.F., 1961, Breccia pipe near Cameron, Arizona: GSA Bull., v.72, p.1661-1674.

*Barrington, J., and Kerr, P.F., 1962, Alteration effects at Tuba dike, Cameron, Arizona: GSA Bull., v.73, n.1, p.101-112.

*Barrington, J., and Kerr, P.F., 1963, Collapse feature and silica plugs near Cameron, Arizona: GSA Bull., v.74, n.10, p.1237-1258.

*Bowles, C.G., Reimer, Been, J.M., and Murray, 1986, Soil-gas helium distribution at the Shadow Mountain collapse, Cameron uranium district, Arizona: USGS Bull.B 1622, p.201-212.

*Hinckley, D.N., 1955, Reconnaissance of the Cameron area, Coconino County, Arizona: USAEC, RME-81, 21 p.
*Irby, Grace, Paleoichnology of the Cameron Dinosaur Tracksite, Lower Jurassic Dinosaur Canyon Member, Moenave Formation, Northeastern Arizona: M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff..
 

Camp Verde, Yavapai County
*Carr, J.E., 1986, Sedimentary tectonics and the Cenozoic history of the Verde Valley near Camp Verde, Yavapai County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona university, Flagstaff, Arizona, 197 p.


Camp Wood, Yavapai County
*Krieger, M.H., 1967, Reconnaissance geologic map of the Camp Wood Quadrangle, Yavapai County, Arizona: USGS Misc. Inv. Map I-502, 1:62,500.
 

Canada Del Oro

*McFadden, L.D., 1981, Geomorphic processes influencing the Cenozoic evolution of the Canada del Oro Valley, southern Arizona, in- Stone, C., and Jenney, J.P., eds., Ariz. Geol. Soc. Digest, v.8, p.13-20.

 

Canelo Hills, Santa Cruz County

*Beatty, B., 1987, Correlation of some mid-Mesozoic redbeds and quartz sandstones in the Santa Rita Mountains, Mustang Mountains, and Canelo Hills, southeastern Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 30 p.

*Cetinay, H.T., 1967, The geology of the eastern end of the Canelo Hills, Santa Cruz County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 54 p.
*Denney, P.P., 1968, Geology of the southeast end of the Paleozoic portion of the Canelo Hills, Santa Cruz County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 105 p.
*Denney, P.P., 1972, Relation of fossil landslides to geologic structure, Canelo Hills, Arizona: Arizona Geological Society Digest, vol.9.
*Feth, J.H., 1947, The geology of the northern Canelo Hills, Santa Cruz County, Arizona: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 150 p.

*Feth, J.H., 1948, Permian stratigraphy and structure, northern Canelo Hills, Arizona: AAPG Bull., v.32, p. 82-108.
*Hayes, P.T., Simons, F.S., and Raup, R.B., 1965, Lower Mesozoic extrusive rocks in southeastern Arizona-the Canelo Hills volcanics: USGS Bull. 1194-M, 9 p.

*Krebs, C.K., 1987, Geochemistry of the Canelo-Hills volcanics and implications for the Jurassic tectonic setting of southeastern Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 38 p.
*Vedder, L.K., 1984, Stratigraphic relationship between the late Jurassic Canelo Hills volcanics and the Glance Conglomerate, southeast Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 129 p.
*Vidal, J. R., 1971, Geology of an Upper Paleozoic sequence in north-central Canelo Hills, Santa Cruz County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 54 p.

 

Canyon Creek Fault, Navajo County
*Finnell, T.L., 1962, Recurrent movement on the Canyon Creek fault, Navajo County, Arizona: USGS Professional Paper 540-D, Art. 143, p. 80-82.

Carbon Dioxide

*Cappa, J.A., and Rice, D.D., 1995, Carbon dioxide in Mississippian rocks of the Paradox Basin and adjacent areas, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona: USGS Bulletin B 2000-H, p. H1-H21.

Carefree, Maricopa County
*Boyer, J.A., 1974, Hydrogeology of the Carefree Ranch area, Maricopa County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 75 p.

 

Carnotite

*Weir, D.B., 1952, Geologic guide to prospecting for carnotite ores on the Colorado Plateau: USGS Bull. 988-B, p.15-27.

 

Carrizo Mountains

*Chenowitz, W.L., and Learned, E.A., 1985, Historical review of uranium-vanadium production in the northern and western Carrizo Mountains, Apache Co., Arizona: Ariz. Bur. Geol. and Min. Tech., Tucson, Open-File Report 85-13, 35 p., 1:126,000.

*Emery, W.B., 1916, The igneous geology of Carrizo Mountain, Arizona: Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., v.42, p. 349-363.

*Strobell, J.D., 1956, Geology of the Carrizo Mountains area in northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico: USGS Oil and Gas Invest. Map OM-160, 1 in. = 3/4 mi.

 

Casa Grande, Pinal County

*Bankey, V., 1992, Aeromagnetic maps of a buried porphyry copper deposit west of Casa Grande, Arizona: USGS Misc. Field Studies Map MF-2187, 1:24,000 and 1:48,000.
*Bergquist, and Blancet, P.M., 1978, Preliminary reconnaissance bedrock geologic map of part of the Casa Grande Mountains quadrangle, Pinal County, Arizona: USGS Open File Report 78-547, 1:24,000.
*Klawon, J.E., Pearthree, P.A., Skotnicki, S.J., and Ferguson, C.A., 1998, Geology and geologic hazards of the Casa Grande area, Pinal County, Arizona: Arizona Geological Survey Open-File Report OFR-98-23, 26 p., 6 maps 1:24,000.
 

Castle Dome, Gila County

*Gutmann, J.J., 1982, Geology and regional setting of the Castle Dome Mountains, southwestern Arizona: in- Frost, E.G., and Martin, D.L., eds., Mesozoic-Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Colorado River region, California, Arizona, and Nevada, San Diego, Calif., Cordilleran Pub., p.117-122.

*Nevin, J.N., 1912, The Castle Dome lead district, Arizona: Min. Sci. Press, v.104, p. 854-855.

*Peterson, N.P., Gilbert, C.M., and Quick, G.L., 1946, Hydrothermal alteration in the Castle-Dome district, Arizona: Econ. Geology, v.41, p. 820-840

*Peterson, N.P., Gilbert, C.M., and Quick, G.L., 1951, Geology and ore deposits of the Castle Dome area, Gila County, Arizona: USGS Bull.971, 134 p.
 

Castle Hot Springs
*Satkin, R.L., Wohletz, K.H., and Sheridan, M.F., 1980, Water geochemistry at Castle Hot Springs, Arizona: Geothermal Resources Council, transactions, vol. 4, p. 177-180.

 

Cataract Canyon

*Ferris, H.A., and Busch, J.E., 1924, Bridal Veil mines in Cataract Canyon: Ariz. Min. Jour., v.8, n.7, p.9-10, and 23-24.

 

Cateman District

*Lausen, C., 1931, Gold veins of the Cateman and Katherine districts, Arizona: PhD , Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 91 p.
 

Catman District
*Lausen, C., 1931, Gold veins of the Catman and Katherine Districts, Arizona: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 91 p.

Cat Mountain Rhyolite (Tucson Mountains area), Pima County
*Bickerman, M., 1963, Origin of Cat Mountain rhyolite: Arizona Geol. Soc. Digest, v.6, p. 83-90.
*Knight, L.H., Jr., 1967, Structural geology of the Cat Mountain rhyolite in the northern Tucson Mountains, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 68 p.

 

Caves

*Acer, C.J., 1958, Geologic interpretations of a siliceous breccia in the Colossal Cave area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 50 p.
*Brod, L.G., Jr., 1987, Geology and speleogenesis of Colossal Cave, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 68 p.

*Euler, R.C., ed., 1984, The archeology, geology, and paleobiology of Stanton's Cave, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Assoc. Monograph no.6, 141p.

*Iborall, E.R., 1972, Paleoecological studies from fecal pellets, Stantons Cave, Grand Canyon, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, 67 p.
*Keyes, C.R., 1930, Colossal Cave in Arizona: Pan-American Geol., v.53, p. 365-366.
*Lange, A.L., 1955, The role of caves in dating the Grand Canyon: Plateau, v.27, no. 3, p. 1-7.

*Lange, A.L., 1956, Cave evolution in Marble Gorge of the Colorado River: Plateau, v.29, no.1, p. 12-21.

*Wagner, J.D.M., Cole, J.E., Beck, J.W., Patchett, P.J., and Peachy, B., 2003, Record of abrupt deglaciation in the arid southwest United States from speleothem deposits (abstr.): 31st Annual Geodaze Geosciences Symposium, Programs and Abstracts, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, p. 20.
*Weidner, M.I., 1957, The geology of the Beacon Hill-Colossal Cave area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, 34 p.

 

Cenozoic

*Coney, P.J., and Harms, T.A., 1984, Cordilleran metamorphic core complexes- Cenozoic extensional relicts of Mesozoic compression: Geology, v.12, p.550-554.

*Drewes, H., 1972, Cenozoic rocks of the Santa Rita Mountains, Southeast of Tucson, Arizona: USGS Prof. Paper 746, 66 p.
*Eberly, L.D., and Stanley, T.B., Jr., 1978, Cenozoic stratigraphy and geologic history of southwestern Arizona: GSA Bulletin, v.89, p. 921-940.
*Heindl, L.A., 1958, Cenozoic alluvial deposits of the upper Gila River area, New Mexico and Arizona: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 249 p.

*Heindl, L.A., 1962, Cenozoic geology of Arizona; a 1960 resume: Ariz. Geol. Soc. Digest, v. V, p. 9-24.
*Houser, B.B., 1984, Late Cenozoic history of Safford-San Simon and Bonita Creek structural basins, Gila County (abstr.): AAPG Bull., v.68, n.7, p. 938.
*Howell, P.W., 1959, The Cenozoic geology of the Chetoh country, Arizona and New Mexico: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 46 p.
*Lammers, G.E., 1970, The Late Cenozoic Benson and Curtis Ranch faunas from the San Pedro Valley, Cochise County, Arizona: 193 p.

*Lance, J.F., 1960, Stratigraphic and structural position of Cenozoic fossil localities in Arizona: Ariz. Geol. Soc. Digest, III, p.155-.
*Mathias, W.P., 1960, Detrital mineral studies of some Cenozoic sediments, Safford Valley, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 39 p.
*Reynolds, S.J., Richard, S.M., Haxel, G.B., Tosdal, R.M., and Laubach, S.E., 1988, Geologic setting of Mesozoic and Cenozoic metamorphism in Arizona: in Ernst, W.G., ed., Metamorphism and crustal evolution of the western United States: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, Inc., p. 466-501.
*Scarborough, R.B., 1984, Cenozoic erosion and sedimentation in Arizona: Ariz. Bur. Mines and Min. Tech., Open-File Report 85-3, 61 p.
*Smith, W.J., 1966, Cenozoic stratigraphy near Redington, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 96 p.
*Spencer, J., and Reynolds, S., 1986, Relationship of the transition zone to Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonism in the Basin and Range Province, Arizona (abstr.): GSA Abstracts with Prog., v.18, p. 415.
*Spencer, J.E., Reynolds, S.J., and Welty, J.W., 1988, Control of mineralization by Mesozoic and Cenozoic low-angle structures in west-central Arizona: Society of Mining Engineers Annual Meeting, 117th, Phoenix, ariz., Preprint Number 88-46, 4 p.
*St. Clair, C.S., 1957, Cenozoic rocks of south central Yavapai County: Plateau, v.30, no.2, p.35-39.

*Twenter, F.R., 1961, Miocene and Pliocene history of central Arizona: USGS Prof. paper 424-C, p.153-156.

 

Central Arizona

*Anthony, J.W., 1960, A note on the probability of assimilation of rocks intruded by the central Arizona diabase: Ariz. Geol. Soc. Digest, v.3, p.99-102.

*Ettlinger, I.A., 1928, Ore deposits support hypothesis of a central Arizona batholith: AIME Tech. Pub. 63, 23 p.

*Nations, J.D., Conway, C.M., and Swann, G.A., eds., 1986, Geology of central and northern Arizona: North.-Arizona Creative Printers, Flagstaff, 176 p.

*Twenter, F.R., 1961, Miocene and Pliocene history of central Arizona: USGS Prof. Paper 424-C, p.153-156.

*Villalovos, A.J., and Karlstrom, K.E., 1992, Structural analysis of the early Proterozoic northern Shylock Shear zone, central Arizona (abstr.): Abstr. with Programs-GSA, in- GSA, Rocky Mtn. Section and associated societies, 45th ann. meeting: Abstr. with Prog. , v.24, n.6, p. 66.

*Wrucke, C.T., Otton, J.K., and Desborough, G.A., 1986, Summary and origin of the mineral commodities in the middle Proterozoic Apache Group in central Arizona: Arizona Geol. Soc., Digest, in- Frontiers in geology and ore deposits of Arizona and the Southwest (Barbara Beatty, and others, eds.) 16, p.12-17.

 

Cerbat Mountains

*Hernon, R.M., 1938, Cerbat Mountains: Arizona Bur. Mines, Univ. Ariz., p.110-117.
*Tainter, S.L., 1947, Johnny Bull-Silver Knight lead-zinc property, Cerbat Mountains, Mohave County, Arizona: USBM, RI 3998, 14 p.

 

Cerro Colorado Mining District, Pima County

*Chaffee, M.A., 1964, Dispersion patterns as a possible guide to ore deposits in the Cerro Colorado district, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University  of Arizona, Tucson, 69 p.
*Jones, R.D., 1957, Geology of the Cerro Colorado mining district: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 59 p.
 

Cerro Colorado Mountains, Pima County
*Smith, R., 1966, Geology of the Cerro Colorado Mountains, Pima County, Arizona: Arizona Geological Society Digest, v.8, p. 131-145.

 

Chandler, Maricopa County

*Hoyos-Patino, F. 1986, Environmental geology of the Chandler quadrangle, Maricopa County, Arizona-part 1: M.S. thesis, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, 87 p.

 

Charleston, Cochise County

*Lee, L.C., 1967, The economic geology of portions of the Tombstone-Charleston district, Cochise County, Arizona in light of 1967 silver economics: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 99 p.
 *Newell, R.A., 1974, Exploration geology and geochemistry of the Tombstone-Charleston area, Cochise County, Arizona: PhD, Stanford University, Stanford, California, 205 p.

 

Chediski Peak, Navajo County
*Finnell, T.L., 1066, Geologic map of the Chediski Peak Quadrangle, Navajo County, Arizona: USGS GQ 544, 1:62,500.

Chilchinbito, Navajo County
*Beaumont, E.C., and Dixon, G.H., 1965, Geology of the Kayenta and Chilchinbito Quadrangles, Navajo County, Arizona: USGS Bulletin 1202-A, p.28, 1:62,500.

Chinle Formation

*Abdel-Gawad, A., 1960, Alteration features associated with some basal Chinle uranium deposits: PhD, Columbia Univ.

*Abdel-Gawad, A., and Kerr, P.F., 1963, Alteration of Chinle siltstone and uranium emplacement, Arizona and Utah: GSA Bull., v.74, n.1, p.23-46.

*Akers, J.P., Cooley, M.E., and Repenning, C.A., 1958, Moenkopi and Chinle formations of Black Mesa and adjacent areas: New Mex. Geol. Soc. Guidebook, 9th Field Conf., p. 88-94.

*Akers, P.P., 1960, The Chinle formation of the Paria plateau area, Arizona and Utah: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 83 p.

*Cooley, M.E., 1957, Geology of the Chinle Formation in the Upper Little Colorado River Drainage area, Arizona and New Mexico: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 317 p.

*Dodge, C.N., 1973, An analysis and comparison of pebbles from the Chinle and Morrison Formations, Arizona and New Mexico: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 49 p.

*Dubiel, R.F., Blodgett, R.H., and Bown, T.M., 1987, Lungfish burrows in the Upper Triassic Chinle and Dolores formations, Colorado Plateau: Jour. Sed. Petrol, v.57, n.3, p. 512-521.
*Dunn, J.L., 1975, Stratigraphy of the Hite Bed and the uppermost part of the Chinle Formation in the Red Canyon-White Canyon area, southeastern Utah: M.S. thesis, university of Arizona, Tucson, 150 p.

*Evensen, C.G., 1958, The Shinarump member of the Chinle formation: New Mex. Geol. Soc. Guidebook of the Black Mesa Basin, northeastern Arizona, p. 95-97.

*Gottesfeld, A.S., 1971, Paleoecology of the Chinle Formation in the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 87 p.

*Kirby, R.E., 1991, A vertebrate fauna from the Upper Triassic Owl Rock Member of the Chinle Formation of northern Arizona: M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona Univ., Flagstaff, 496 p.

*Kraus, M.J., Middleton, L.T., and Bown, T.M., 1984, Recognition of episodic base level changes in the fluvial Chinle Formation, Arizona (abstr.): Abstracts with Prog.-GSA, in- GSA, 97th meeting, v.16, n.6, p.565.

*Lausen, C., 1936, The occurrence of minute quantities of mercury in the Chinle shales at Lees Ferry, Arizona: Econ. Geol., v.31, p. 610-617.

*Smith, R.S., Jr., 1957, A study of the Chinle-Shinarump beds in the Leupp-Holbrook area, Arizona: Ph.D., University of Arizona, 170 p.

*Stewart, J.H., Anderson, T.H., Haxel, G.B., Silver, L.T., and Wright, J.E., 1986, Late Triassic paleogeography of the southern Cordillera: The problem of a source for voluminous volcanic detritus in the Chinle Formation of the Colorado Plateau region: Geology, v.14, p. 567-570.

*Stewart, J.H., Poole, F.G., and Wilson, R.F., 1972, Stratigraphy and origin of the Chinle Formation and related Upper Triassic strata in the Colorado Plateau region: USGS Prof. Paper 690, 336 p.

*Wilson, R.L., 1956, Stratigraphy and economic geology of the Chinle Formation, northeastern Arizona: PhD. dissertation, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 255 p.


Chino Valley, Yavapai and Coconino Counties
*Anderson, P.L., 1991, analysis of gravity data from the Chino Valley area, Yavapai and Coconino Counties, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona university, Flagstaff, Arizona, 119 p. 
 

Chiricahua Mountains, Cochise County

*Badger, S.S., 1911, The Chiricahua Mountains: Engr. Min. Jour., v.91, p. 663.

*Brittain, R.L., 1954, Geology and ore deposits of the western portion of the Hilltop mine area, Cochise County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona.

*Bryan, C.R., 1988, Geology and geochemistry of mid-Tertiary volcanic rocks in the eastern Chiricahua Mountains, southeastern Arizona: Albuquerque, Univ. of New Mexico, M.S. Thesis, 137 p.

*Coll, A., 1910, The California district, Arizona: Min. World, v.33, p. 503.

*Cooper, J.R., 1959, Reconnaissance geologic map of southeastern Cochise County, Arizona: U.S.G.S. Misc. Field Studies MF-213.

*Drewes, H., 1982, Geologic map of the Cochise Head quadrangle and adjacent areas, southeastern Arizona: U.S.G.S. Misc. Inv. Series Map I-1312.

*Drewes, H., du Bray, E.A., and Pallister, J.S., 1995, Geologic map of the Portal quadrangle, Cochise County, southeast Arizona: USGS Misc. Inv. Series Map I-2450.

*Drewes, H., and Williams, F.E., 1973, Mineral resources of the Chiricahua Wilderness area, Cochise County, Arizona: USGS Bull. 1385-A, 53 p.

*duBray, E.A., and Pallister, J.S., 1991, An ash flow caldera in cross section- ongoing field and geochemical studies of the Turkey Creek Caldera, SE Arizona: Jour. of Geophysical Research, v.96, p.13435-13457.

*duBray, E.A., and Pallister, J.S., 1994, Geologic map of the Chiricahua Peak quadrangle, Cochise County, Arizona: USGS Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-1733.

*duBray, E.A., and Pallister, J.S., 1994, Geologic map of the Stanford quadrangle, Cochise County, Arizona:  USGS Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-1743.

*duBray, E.A., and Pallister, J.S., 1995, Area adjacent to the Turkey Creek Caldera, Cochise County, Arizona: USGS Bull, 2021-E, p. E1-E27.

*duBray, E.A., Pallister, J.S., and Yager, D.B., 1997, Geologic map of the Turkey Creek Caldera, Chiricahua Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona: USGS Misc. Inv. Map I-2544.

*Enlows, H.E., 1951, The igneous rocks of the Chiricahua Monument, Arizona: Tulsa Geol. Soc. Digest, v.19, p.105-107.

*Enlows, H.E., 1955, Welded tuffs of the Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona: Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., v.66, p.1215-1246.

*Fernandez, L.A., and Enlows, H.E., 1966, Petrography of the Faraway Ranch Formation, Chiricahua National Monument Arizona: Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., v.77, p.1017-1030.

*Hall, D.B., 1993, The geomorphology of welded tuffs in the Chiricahua National Monument, southeastern Arizona: Ph.D., University of Arizona, 180 p.

*Keyes, C.R.,(?), Gashed veins on the Queen of Sheba (Chiricahua Mountains): Pan. Am. Geol., v.44, p.60-62.

*Kumke, C.A., 1947, Sullivan copper mine, Cochise County, Arizona: U.S. Bureau Mines RI-4015.

*Latta, J.S., IV, 1983, Geochemistry and petrology of the ash flows of the Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona and their relation to the Turkey Creek Caldera: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, 194 p.

*Marjaniemi, D., 1968, Tertiary volcanism in the northern Chiricahua Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona: Ariz. Geol. Soc. Guidebook III, p. 209-214.

*Marjaniemi, D., 1969, Geologic history of an ashflow sequence and its source area in the Basin and Range province of southeastern Arizona: PhD, Tucson, Univ. Arizona, 176 p.

*Majaniemi, D., 1970, Denuded caldera in the Basin and Range province of Arizona (abstr.): GSA, Abstracts with programs, v.2, p.116.

*Marjaniemi, D., 1970, Denuded caldera in the Basin and Range province of Arizona (abstr.): Geol. Soc. Amer., Abstr. with programs, v.2, p.116.
*Mayo, E.B., 1959, Volcanic geology of the northern Chiricahua Mountains:  Arizona Geological Society Guidebook II, p. 135-138.

*Paige, S., 1909, Marble prospects in the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona: USGS Bull. 380, p.199-211.

*Pallister, J.S., duBray, E.A., and Hall, D.B., 1997, Interpretive map and guide to the volcanic geology of Chiricahua Monument and vicinity, Cochise County, Arizona, Arizona: USGS Misc. Inv. Ser. I-2541 (1:24,000)

*Pallister, J.S., du Bray, E.A., Rosenbaum, J.G., Snee, L.W., and Yager, D.B., 1990, Calderas in 3-D, Chiricahua Mountains, southeast Arizona: Arizona Geological Survey Special Paper 7, p. 31-40.

*Papke, K.G., 1952, Geology and ore deposits of the eastern portion Hilltop mine area, Cochise County: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson..

*Raydon, G.T., 1952, Geology of northeastern Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Berkeley, Univ. of Calif., 72 p.

*Sabins, F.F., 1955, Geology of the Cochise Head and western part of Vanar quadrangles, Arizona: PhD, Yale University.

*Sabins, F.F., 1957, Geology of the Cochise Head and western part of the Vanar quadrangles, Arizona: Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., v.68, p.1315-1342.

*Sabins, F.F., 1957, Stratigraphic relations in the Chiricahua and Dos Cabezas Mountains, Arizona: Am. Ass. Pet. Geol. Bull., v.41, p. 466-510.

*Sabins, F.F., 1966, Stratigraphy and fusulinids of Naco Group in Chiricahua and Dos Cabezas Mountains, Arizona: New Mexico Geol. Soc. Guidebook, 16th Field Conf., p. 148-157.

*Sauer, C., 1930, Basin and range forms in the Chiricahua area: Univ. Calif. Pub. Geog., v.3, no.6, p. 339-414.

*USGS, 1974, Aeromagnetic map of parts of the Chiricahua Peak and Portal quadrangles, Cochise County, Arizona: USGS Open File Report 74-128.

*Yager, D.B., 1995, Geologic map showing the Oligocene Rhyolite Canyon Tuff in part of the Bruno Peak Quadrangle, southeastern Arizona: USGS Misc. Inv. Map MF-2292 (1:24,000)

*Zirkle, R.G., 1952, Fusulinid fauna from the Naco Group in Chiricahua Mountains near Portal, Cochise County, Arizona: M.A. Thesis, Univ. Ill.

 

Chloride

*Bastin, E.S., 1924, Origin of certain rich silver ores near Chloride and Kingman, Arizona: USGS Bull. 750, p.17-39.

*USGS, 1972, Aeromagnetic map of the Gold Butte-Chloride area, Arizona and Nevada: USGS GP-757, 1:62,500.

 

Christmas Mine, Gila County

*Eastlick, J.T., 1958, New developments at the Christmas mine, Arizona: Ariz. Geol. Soc. Digest, v.1, p.1-6.

*Mc Curry, W.G., 1971, Mineralogy and paragenesis of the ores, Christmas Mine, Gila County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Arizona State Univ.

*Perry, D.V., 1968, Genesis of the contact rocks at the Christmas mine, Gila County, Arizona: PhD, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 229 p.

*Tainter, S.L., 1948, Christmas copper deposit, Gila County, Arizona: USBM, RI 4293.

 

Christmas Quadrangle, Gila and Pinal Counties

*Willden, C.R., 1960, Sedimentary iron-formation in the Devonian Martin formation Christmas quadrangle, Arizona: USGS Prof. Paper 400-B, p.21-23.

*Wilden, R., 1964, Geology of the Christmas Quadrangle, Gila and Pinal Counties, Arizona: USGS Bull. 1161-E, p.64, 1:62,500.

 

Chuska Mountains

*Appledorn, C.R., and Wright, H.E., Jr., 1957, Volcanic structures in the Chuska Mountains, Navajo Reservation, Arizona-New Mexico: GSA Bull., v.68, n.4, p. 445-467.

*Lowell, J.D., 1955, Applications of cross-stratification studies to problems of uranium exploration Chuska Mountains, Arizona: Econ. Geology, v.50, n.2, p. 177-185.

 

Cibecue, Navajo County
*Finnell, T.L., 1966, Geologic map of the Cibecue Quadrangle, Navajo County, Arizona: USGS GQ 545, 1:62,500.

Cienega Valley, Pima County
*Brennan, D.J., 1957, Geological reconnaissance of Cienega Valley, Pima County, Arizona: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 53 p.
*Brennan, D.J., 1958, Geological reconnaissance of Cienega Gap. Pima County, Arizona (abstr.): Arizona Geological  Society Digest, v.1, p. 41.
*Brennan, D.J., 1962, Tertiary sedimentary rocks and structures of the Cienega Gap area, Pima County, Arizona: Arizona Geological Society Digest, v.5, p. 45-58.
*Metz, R., 1963, The  petrography of the Pantano beds in the Cienega Gap area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University  of Arizona, Tucson, 66 p.

Clarkdale

*Jenkins, O.P., 1923, Verde River lakebeds near Clarkdale, Arizona: Am. Jour. Science, 5th ser., v.5, p. 65-81.

*Lehner, R.E., 1958, Geology of the Clarkdale Quadrangle, Arizona: USGS Bull. 1021-N, p. 511-592, 1:48,000.

 

Cleveland Mine, Gila County

*Simmons, W.W., 1938, The geology of the Cleveland mine area, Gila County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 22 p.

 

Clifton

*Brown, D.E., 2007, Clifton Hot Springs, Arizona: Arizona Geological Survey, GRED III Final Report, CR-07-A, 37 p.
*Dinsmore, C.A., 1911, Clifton-Morenci district, Arizona: Min. World, v.34, p. 498.

*Douglas, J., 1880, Clifton copper mines of Arizona: Eng. Min. Jour.

*Everit, Hot spring water from Clifton, Arizona: Econ. Geol., v.20, p. 291-292.

*Heinrich, C., 1885, The copper ore deposits and the copper production near Clifton, Arizona: Engr. Min. Jour., v.39, p. 68-69.

*Lindgren, W., 1905, The copper deposits of the Clifton-Morenci district, Arizona: USGS Prof. Paper 43, 375 p.
*Lindgren, W., 1905, Description of the Clifton quadrangle: USGS Atlas, Folio 129, 13 p.
*Zindel, U., 1986, Landscape evolution in the Clifton-Morenci mining district, Arizona 1872-1986: M.S. thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe.

 

Coal

*Andrews, D.A., Hendricks, T.A., and Huddle, J.W., 1947, The coal fields of Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, and Oregon, USBM Tech. Paper 696.

*Peirce, H.W., Keith, S.B., and Wilt, J.C., 1970, Coal, oil, natural gas, helium, and uranium in Arizona: Ariz. Bur. of Mines Bull. 182,  289 p.

*Williams, G.A., 1951, The coal deposits and Cretaceous stratigraphy of the western part of Black Mesa, Arizona: PhD, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 307 p.

Coal Canyon, Coconino County
*Agasie, J.M., Upper Cretaceous palynomprphs from Coal Canyon, Coconino County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 104 p.

Cobabi Mining District, Pima County
*MacKallor, J.A., 1957, Geology of the western part of the Cobabi mining district, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, 108 p.

 

Cochise County

*Cook, F.S., 1938, The geology of the Seven Dash Ranch area, Cochise County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 27 p.
*Dempsey, W.J., Fackler, W.D., and others, 1963, Aeromagnetic map of the Cochise Quadrangle, Cochise County, Arizona: USGS Map GP-413, 1:62,500.
*Gilluly, J., Cooper, J.R., and Williams, J.S., 1954, Late Paleozoic stratigraphy of central Cochise County, Arizona: USGS Professional Paper 266, 49 p.

*Gilluly, J., 1956, General geology of central Cochise County, Arizona (with sections on age and correlation by A.R. Palmer, J.S. Williams, and J.B. Reeside, Jr.): USGS Prof. Paper 281, 169 p.

 

Cochise Mining District, Cochise County

*Franke, R.P., 1905, Geology of the Cochise mining district, Arizona: Min. reports, v.51, p. 503.

*Kellogg, L.O., 1906, Sketch of the geology and ore deposits of the Cochise mining district, Cochise County, Arizona: Econ. Geol., v.1, p. 651-659.

 

Cochise Stronghold, Cochise County

*Bock, C.M., 1962, The distribution of some selected alkali metals and alkaline earths in the Stronghold Granite, Cochise County, Arizona: PhD, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 95 p.

 

Coconino Plateau

*Van Gosen, B.S., and Wenrich, K.J., 1988, Ground magnetometer surveys over known and suspected breccia pipes on the Coconino Plateau, northwestern Arizona: USGS Bull. 1683-C, 89 p.

 

Coconino Point, Coconino County

*Billingsley, G.H., Barnes, C.WE., and Ulrich, G.E., 1985, Geologic map of the Coconino point and Grandview Point quadrangles, Coconino County, Arizona: USGS Misc. Inv. Map I-1644, 1:62,500.

*Pettengill, J.G., (?), Structural analysis of Coconino Point, Coconino County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Northern Arizona Univ.

 

Coconino Sandstone

*Mc Kee, E.D., 1934, The Coconino sandstone- its history and origin: Carnegie Inst. Publ. 400.
 

Cocoraque Butte
*Keith, W.J., 1976, Reconnaissance geologic map of the San Vicente and Cocoraque Butte 15-minute quadrangles, Arizona: USGS Misc. Field Studies MF-769, 1:62,5000.

Colina Limestone
*Wilt, J.C., 1969, Petrology and stratigraphy of the Colina Limestone (Permian) in Cochise County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 117 p.
 

Collapsing Soils

*Ali, M.M., 1987, A probabilistic analysis of the distribution of collapsing soil in Tucson using Kriging method: PhD, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 252 p.

 

Colorado Plateau

*Armstrong, R.L., 1969, K-Ar dating of laccolithic centers of the Colorado Plateau and vicinity: GSA Bull., v.80, n.10, p. 2081-2086.

*Banenroth, D.L., and Strahler, A.N., 1945, Geomorphology and structure of the East Kaibab monocline, Arizona and Utah: GSA Bull., v.56, n.2, p.107-150.

*Bates,R.C., 1959, An application of statistical analysis to exploration for uranium on the Colorado Plateau: Econ. Geology, v.54, p. 449-466.

*Cannon, H.L., 1952, The effect of uranium-vanadium deposits on the vegetation of the Colorado Plateau: Am. Jour. Science, v.250, p. 735-770.

*Case, J.E., and Joesting, 1972 (1973), Regional geophysical investigations in the central Colorado Plateau,: USGS Prof. Paper 736, 31 p.

*Craig, L.C., et al, 1977, Maps showing thickness of the Morrison Formation and thickness and generalized facies of the members of the Morrison Formation in the Colorado Plateau region: USGS Open File Report 77-516.

*Damon, P.E., and Gilleti, B.J., 1961, The age of the basement rocks of the Colorado Plateau and adjacent areas: Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., v.91, p. 443.

*Davis, G.H., 1975, Tectonic analysis of folds in the Colorado Plateau of Arizona: Office of Arid Land Studies OALS Bull.9, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 68 p.
Davis, G.H., and Kiven, C.W., 1975, Structure map of folds in Phanerozoic rocks, Colorado Plateau tectonic province of Arizona:  Phoenix, Arizona Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.

*Finch, W.I., 1955, Preliminary geologic map showing the distribution of uranium deposits and principal ore bearing formations of the Colorado Plateau region: USGS Misc. Field Studies MF-16, 1 inch=8 miles.

*Fischer, R.P., 1950, Uranium bearing sandstone deposits of the Colorado Plateau: Econ. Geol., v.45, p. 1-11.

*Fischer, R.P., 1956, Uranium-vanadium-copper deposits on the Colorado Plateau: USGS Prof. Paper 300, p. 143-154.

*Flanigan, V.J., 1985, Geophysical exploration for breccia pipes on the Colorado Plateau of northern Arizona (abstr.): in- USGS research on mineral resources 1985, program and abstracts: USGS Circular 949, p.11-12.

*Harris, R.C., A review and bibliography of karst features of the Colorado Plateau, Arizona: Ariz. Geol. Survey Open-File Report 02-07 (OFR 02-07), 43 p.

*Harshnarger, J.W., and others, 1957, Stratigraphy of the uppermost Triassic and Jurassic rocks of the Navajo country (Colorado Plateau): USGS Prof. Paper 291, 74 p.

*Hunt, C.B., 1956, Cenozoic geology of the Colorado Plateau: USGS Prof. Paper 279, p. 99.

*Isachsen, Y.W., et al, 1955, Age and sedimentary environments of uranium host rocks, Colorado Plateau: Econ. Geol., v.50, p. 127-134.

*Kelley, V.C., 1955, Monoclines of the Colorado Plateau: GSA Bull., v.66, p. 789-804.

*Kelley, V.C., 1955, Regional tectonics of the Colorado Plateau and relationship to the origin and distribution of uranium: Univ. of New Mexico Pubs. in Geol., n.5.

*Kelley, V.C., 1956, Influence of regional structure and tectonic history upon the origin and distribution of uranium on the Colorado Plateau: USGS Prof. Paper 300, p. 171-178.

*Kelley, V.C., and Clinton, N.J., 1960, Fracture systems and tectonic elements of the Colorado Plateau: New Mexico Univ. Pubs. Geology, no.6, 104 p.

*Kerr, P.F., 1958, Uranium emplacement in the Colorado Plateau: GSA Bull., v.69, p. 1075-1112.

*Lucchita, I., 1974, Structural evolution of northwest Arizona and its relation to adjacent Basin and Range province structures: in- Eastwood, R.L., and others, eds., Geology of northern Arizona, Part 1-Regional studies: Northern Ariz. Univ., Flagstaff, p. 336-354.

*Lucchitta, I., and Suneson, N., 1982, Relationship of core complexes, Cenozoic extensional tectonism and stable craton near the Colorado Plateau margin in western Arizona (abstr.): GSA Abstr. with Program., v.14, n.3, p. 182.

*Lucchita, I., and Young, R.A., 1986, Structure and geomorphic character of western Colorado Plateau in the Grand Canyon-Lake Mead region: in- Geology of central and northern Arizona, J.D. Nations, ed., et al, Flagstaff, Arizona: North. Arizona Creative Printers, p. 156-176.

*Miller, D.S., and Kulp, J., 1963, Isotopic evidence on the origin of the Colorado Plateau uranium ores: GSA Bull., v.74, n.5, p. 609-629.

*Nielson, J.E., and Glazner, A.F., 1986, Miocene stratigraphy and structure, Colorado Plateau to the central Mojave Desert-introduction and road log: in- Cenozoic stratigraphy, structure and mineralization in the Mojave Desert, Guidebook and volume, trips 5 and 6. Boulder, Colorado: GSA, p.1-6.

*Peirce, H.W., Damon, P.E., and Shaffiqullah, M., 1979, An Oligocene (?) Colorado Plateau edge in Arizona: Tectonophysics, v.61, p. 1-24.

*Peterson, F., 1985, Jurassic crustal deformation in west-central part of Colorado Plateau (abstr.): AAPG Bull: in- AAPG Rocky Mountain Section meeting, v.69, n.5, p. 859.

*Rigby, J.K., 1977, Southern Colorado Plateau, K/H Geology field guide series, Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

*Sass, J.H., Lachenbruch, A.H., and Silver, L.T., 1984, Exploratory crustal drilling near the southern margin of the Colorado Plateau and in the San Francisco volcanic field (abstr.): EOS (Trans. AGU), in- AGU 1984 fall meeting, v.65, n.45, p.1096.

*Schaber, G.C., and Brown, W.E., Jr., 1972, Long-wavelength radar images of northern Arizona-a geologic evaluation: USGS Prof. Paper 800-B, p. B175-B181.

*Shoemaker, E.M., 1956, Structural features of the central Colorado Plateau and their relation to uranium deposits: USGS Prof. Paper 300, p. 155-170.

*Stewart, J.H., et al, 1986, Late Triassic paleogeography of the southern Cordillera- the problem of a source for voluminous volcanic detritus in the Chinle Formation of the Colorado Plateau region: Geology (Boulder), v.14, n.7, p. 567-570.

*Stewart, J.H., Poole, F.G., and Wilson, R.F., 1972, Stratigraphy and origin of the Chinle Formation and related Upper Triassic strata in the Colorado Plateau region: USGS Prof. Paper 690, 336 p.

*Verbeek, E.R., and Grout, M.A., 1986, Cenozoic stress rotation, northeastern Colorado Plateau (abstr.): in- Colorado geology, D.S. Stone, ed., and others, Denver: Rocky Mountain Assoc. Geol., p. 97.

*Weir, D.B., 1952, Geologic guide to prospecting for carnotite ores on the Colorado Plateau: USGS Bull. 988-B, p. 15-27.

*Wright, R.J., 1955, Ore controls in sandstone uranium deposits of the Colorado Plateau: Econ. Geology, v.50, p. 135-155.

*Young, R.A., 1982, Paleogeomorphologic evidence for the structural history of the Colorado Plateau margin in western Arizona: in- Frost, E.G., and Martin, D.L., eds., Mesozoic-Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Colorado River region, California, Arizona, and Nevada: San Diego, California, Cordilleran Pub., p. 29-39.

 

Colorado River

*Bryant, B., and Naeser, C.W., 1987, Fission-track dating across the transition between the Basin and Range province and the Colorado Plateau, West-Central Arizona (abstr.): GSA Abstr. with Prog., 1987 annual meeting, p. 604.

*Buising, A.V., 1987, Mio-Pliocene depositional and tectonic evolution of the lower Colorado River area (abstr.): GSA, Abstr. with Prog., 1987 annual meeting, p. 605.

*Cooley, M.E., Aldridge, B.N., and Euler, R.C., 1977, Effects of the catastrophic flood of December, 1966, North Rim area, eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona: USGS Prof. Paper 980, 43 p.

*Dolan, R., Howard, A., and Trimble, D., 1978, Structural control of the rapids and pools of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon: Science, v.202, p. 629-631.

*Freethy, G.W., and Cordy, G.E., 1991, Geohydrology of Mesozoic rocks in the upper Colorado River basin in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, excluding the san Juan: USGS Prof. Paper P 1411-C, p. C1-C118.

*Howard, A., and Dolan, R., 1981, Geomorphology of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon: Jour. of Geology, v.89, p. 269-297.

*Kieffer, S.W., 1987, The rapids and waves of the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona: USGS Open-File Report 87-096, 69 p.

*Longwell, C.R., 1946, How old is the Colorado River?: Am. Jour. Sci., v.244, n.12, p. 817-835.

*Lucchita, J., 1969, Early history of the Colorado River in the Basin and Range Province (abstr.): GSA Abstr., Part 5, Rocky Mountain Section, p.47-48.
*McKee, E.D., Wilson, R.F., Breed, W.J., and Breed, C.S., 1967, Evolution of the Colorado River in Arizona-A hypothesis developed at the Symposium on Cenozoic geology of the Colorado Plateau in Arizona 1964: Museum Northern Arizona Bull. 44, 67 p.

*Merriam, R., and Brandy, O.L., 1965, Source of upper Cenozoic sediments in Colorado delta region: Jour. Sed. Petrology, v.35, n.4, p. 911-919.

*Miller, D., Johnson, C., Purcell, R., 1979, Graben features along the lower Colorado River (abstr.): GSA Abstracts with Program, v.11, no.7, p. 480.

*Price, D., and Waddell, K.M., 1974, Selected hydrologic data in the upper Colorado River basin: USGS Hydrologic Invest. Atlases, HA-477, 1:2,500,000.

*Spencer, J.E., 1986, Possible controls of base and precious metal mineralization associated with Tertiary detachment faults in the lower Colorado River trough, Arizona and California: Geology, v.14, p. 195-198.

*Willis, B., 1922, Geology of the Colorado River Basin with reference to engineering problems: Science, new ser., v.56, p. 177-182.

*Young, R.A., 1970, Geomorphological implications of pre-Colorado and Colorado tributary drainage in the western Grand Canyon region: Plateau, v.42, n.3, p. 107-117.

*Young, R.A., 1982, Paleogeomorphologic evidence for the structural history of the Colorado Plateau margin in western Arizona: in- Frost, E.G., and Martin, D.L., eds., Mesozoic-Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Colorado River region, California, Arizona, and Nevada: San Diego, California, Cordilleran Pub., p. 29-39.

 

Colossal Cave, Pima County

*Acer, C.J., 1958, Geologic interpretations of a siliceous breccia in the Colossal Cave area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 50 p.
*Brod, L.G., Jr., 1987, Geology and speleogenesis of Colossal Cave, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 68 p.
*Keyes, C.R., 1930, Colossal Cave in Arizona: Pan-American Geol., v.53, p. 365-366.
*Weidner, M.I., 1957, The geology of the Beacon Hill-Colossal Cave area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, 34 p.

Commonwealth Mine, Cochise County
*Howell, K.K., 1977, Geology and alteration of the Commonwealth Mine, Cochise County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 225 p.
*Smith, L.A., 1927, The geology of the Commonwealth Mine: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 73 p.
 

Comobabi Mountains, Pima County
*Bryner, L., 1959, Geology of the South Comobabi Mountains and Ko Vaya Hills, Pima County, Arizona: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 156 p.
*Haxel, G., Briskey, J.A., Rytuba, J.J., Bergquist, J.R., Blacet, P.M., and Miller, S.T., 1978, Reconnaissance geologic map of the Comobabi quadrangle, Pima County, Arizona: USGS Misc. Field Studies MF-964, 1:62,500.

Concha Limestone
*Keefer, W.R., 1961, Permian Concha limestone and Rainvalley formation, southeastern Arizona:  AAPG Bull., v.45, n.8, p. 1324-1334.

 

Conodonts

*Butler, W.C., 1972, Permian conodonts from southeastern Arizona: PhD, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 130 p.
*Micklin, R.F., 1969, Fusulinids and conodonts of a Pennsylvanian-Permian section in the northern Dragoon Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 257 p.
*Racey, J.S., 1974, Conodont biostratigraphy of the Redwall Limestone of east-central Arizona: M.S. thesis, Arizona State Univ.
*Reynolds, S.J., Roddy, M.S., and Welty, J.W., 1986, Map of Paleozoic rocks and conodont-color alteration indices in Arizona: Ariz. Bur. Geol. and Min. Tech., Open-File report 86-1, 1:000,000.
 

Contact Metamorphism

*Carrigan, F.J., 1971, A geologic investigation of contact metamorphic deposits in the Coyote Mountains, Pima County: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson.

 

Copper

*Abrams, M.J., Brown, D., Lepley, L., and Sadowski, R., 1983, Remote sensing for porphyry copper deposits in southern Arizona: Econ. Geol., v.78, p. 591-604.

*Bankey, V., 1992, Aeromagnetic maps of a buried porphyry copper deposit west of Casa Grande, Arizona: USGS Misc. Field Studies Map MF-2187, 1:24,000 and 1:48,000.
*Bladh, K.W., 1978, The weathering of sulfide-bearing rocks associated with porphyry-type copper deposits: PhD dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, 98 p.

*Blucher, A.G., Jr., 1958, Porphyry copper reconnaissance, Globe-Superior region, Pinal-Gila Counties, Arizona: private ASARCO report 12 p.
*Bodnar, R.J., 1978, Fluid inclusion study of the porphyry copper prospect at Red Mountain, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 70 p.

*Creasey, S.C., 1980, Chronology of intrusion and deposition of porphyry copper ores, Globe-Miami district, Arizona: Econ. Geol., v.75, p. 230-844.
*Denton, T.C., 1947, Old Reliable copper mine, Pinal County, Arizona: USBM, RI 4006, 9 p.

*Finlay, J.R., 1918, The southwest copper field (New Mexico-Arizona-Sonora): Eng. Min. Jour., v.106, p.199-205.

*Fischer, R.P., 1956, Uranium-vanadium-copper deposits on the Colorado Plateau: USGS Prof. Paper 300, p. 143-154.

*Heidrich, T.L., and Titley, S.R., 1976, Structural evolution of southwestern North American Laramide porphyry copper deposits and its relationship to the history of plate tectonics: Int. Geol. Congress, 25th, Sydney, Abs., v.3, p. 740.

*Heinrich, C., 1885, The copper ore deposits and the copper production near Clifton, Arizona: Engr. Min. Jour., v.39, p. 68-69.

*Hicks, C.J., 1986, The primary copper industry of Arizona in 1984: Ariz. Dept. Mines and Min. Res. Special Report No9, 70 p.
*Hill, J.M., 1914, Copper deposits of the White Mesa district, Arizona: USGS Bulletin 540, p. 159-163.

*Keith, S.B., 1978, Future copper potential in Arizona: Fieldnotes, v.8, p.16-20.
*Keith, S.B., 1978, Origins of Arizona copper deposits: hypothesis: Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, Fieldnotes, vol.8, no.1-2, p.19.
*Lausen, C., and Wilson, E.D., 1925, Gold and Copper deposits near Payson, Arizona: Ariz. Bur. Mines Bull. 120, University of Arizona, 44 p.
*Lausen, C., and Wilson, E.D., 1927, Gold and copper deposits near Payson, Arizona: Ariz. Mining Jour., v.10, no.19, p. 5-7, 12-14.

*Lindgren, W., 1905, The copper deposits of the Clifton-Morenci district, Arizona: USGS Prof. Paper 43, 375 p.
*Lovering, T.S., Huff, L.C., and Almond, H., 1950, Dispersion of copper from the San Manuel copper deposit, Pinal County, Arizona: Econ. Geol., v.45, p. 493-514.

*Nash, J.T., and Cunningham, C.G., Jr., 1973, Inclusion studies of the porphyry copper deposit at Bagdad, Arizona: USGS Jour. of Res., v.2, n.1, p. 31-34.

*Perry, D.V., 1968, Genesis of the contact rocks at the Christmas mine, Gila County, Arizona: PhD. dissertation, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 229 p.

*Petereit, A.H., 1907, Crystallized native copper from Bisbee, Arizona: Am. Jour. Sci.. 4th ser., v.23, p. 232.
*Rogers, R.D., 1977, Copper mineralization in Pennsylvanian-Permian rocks of the Tonto rim segment of the Mogollon Rim in central Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 65 p.
*South, D.L., 1972, Sulfide zoning at the Lakeshore copper deposit, Pinal County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 102 p.
 *Tainter, S.L., 1947, Apex copper property, Coconino County, Arizona: US Bur. Mines, RI 4013, 23 p.

*Tenney, J.B., 1929, Arizona copper prospects: Engr. Min. Jour., v.127, p. 752-754.

*Tenney, J.B., 1935, The copper deposits of Arizona: in- Copper resources of the world, 16th Int. Geol. Cong., p. 167-206,  and 213-228.

*Titley, S.R., 1972, Copper mining and Arizona land use planning- a geologist speaks: Ariz. Bur. Mines Fieldnotes, v.2, n.4.

*USGS, 1973, Map showing potential for copper deposits in the eastern three quarters of the Nogales 2 degree quadrangle, Tucson area: USGS Misc. Inv. I-844-G, 1:250,000.
*USGS, 1976, Preliminary map showing potential for copper deposits in the Tucson 2 degree quadrangle, Arizona: USGS Open File Report 76-458, 1:250,000.

*Verbeek, E.R., Grout, M.A., and Van Gosen, B.S., 1988, Structure of the Ridenour Cu-V-U deposit and vicinity, Coconimo County, Arizona: USGS Open-File Report 88-6, 50 p.

 

Copper Basin, Yavapai County

*Anderson, C.A., 1943, Report on the Loma Prieta mine (Cu and Mo), Copper Basin, Yavapai County, Arizona: USGS Open-File Report, 6 p.
*Johnston, W.P., 1955, Geology and ore deposits of the Copper Basin mining district, Yavapai County, Arizona: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utah.
*Johnston, W.P., and Lowell, J.D., 1961, Geology and origin of breccia pipes in Copper Basin, Arizona: Econ. Geol., v.56, p. 916-940.

 

Copper Creek, Yavapai County

*Hafer, C., 1914, Copper Creek district of Arizona (Yavapai County): Engr. Min. Jour., v.98, p.1145.
*Kuhn, T.H., 1938, Childs-Aldwinkle mine, Copper Creek, Arizona: Ariz. Bur. Mines Bull. 145, p.127-130.

*Kuhn, T.H., 1940, Geology and ore deposits of the Copper Creek, Arizona, area: PhD, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 147 p.

*Kuhn, T.H., 1941, Pipe deposits of the Copper Creek area, Arizona: Econ. Geology, v.36, p. 512-538.

 

Copper Hill

*Evenson, J.M., 1961, Geology of the Copper Hill area, Winkelman, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona. Tucson, 45 p.

 

Copper Mountains

*Pridmore, C.L., 1983, The genetic association of mid-Tertiary sedimentation, detachment fault deformation and antiformal uplift in the Baker Hills-Copper Mountains area of southwestern Arizona: M.S. thesis, San Diego State Univ.

*Pridmore, C.L., Craig, C., and Frost, E.G., 1983, Mid-Tertiary detachment faulting and its relationship to sedimentation in the Baker Peaks-Copper Mountains area of southwest Arizona and northern Sonora (abstr.): GSA Abstr. with Prog., v.15, n.7, p. 425.

 

Copper Queen Mine, Yavapai County

*Brook, D.K., Jr., 1974, Relative ages of strata-form sulfide ore and wall rock determined by a structural analysis of the Copper Queen Mine, Yavapai County: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 60 p.

 

Coronado National Forest

*duBray, E.A., 1966, Mineral resource potential and geology of Coronado National Forest, southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico: USGS Bull. B 2083-A-K, 211 p.

*Hayes, P.T., 1982, Geologic map of Bunk Robinson Peak and Whitmore Canyon Roadless Areas, Coronado National Forest, New Mexico, and Arizona: USGS Misc. Field Studies MF-1425-A, 1:62,500.

 

Cortaro, Pima County
*Goodoff, L.R., 1975, Analysis of gravity data from the Cortaro Basin area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 67 p.

Coyote Mountains, Pima County

*Adrian, B.M., Fey, D.L., Bradley, L.A., O'Leary, R.M., and Nowland, G.A., 1987, Analytical results and sample locality maps of stream-sediment, panned concentrate, and rock samples from Baboquivari Peak, Coyote Mountains, and Table Top Mountains Wilderness Study Areas, Pima, Pinal, and Maricopa Counties, Arizona: USGS Open File Report OF 87-0163, 23 p.

*Carrigan, F.J., 1971, A geologic investigation of contact metamorphic deposits in the Coyote Mountains, Pima County: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson.
*Kurtz, W.L., 1955, Geology of a portion of the Coyote Mountains, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 62 p.
*Wargo, J.G., 1954, Geology of a portion of the Coyote-Quinlan complex, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 67 p.

 

Cretaceous

*Bain, G.W., 1958, Age of the Lower Cretaceous from Bisbee, Arizona uraninite: Econ. Geology, v.47, p. 305-315.
*Bilodeau, W., 1982, Tectonic models for Early Cretaceous rifting in southeastern Arizona: Geology, v.10, p. 466-470.
*Bryant, D., 1952, Paleozoic and Cretaceous stratigraphy of the Tucson Mountains, Arizona Geol. Soc. Guidebook I, p. 33-42.

*Ferguson, W.B., 1959, The Cretaceous System in southeastern Arizona: Ariz. Geol. Soc. Guidebook 2, p.43-47.

*Hayes, P.T., 1970, Cretaceous paleogeography of southeastern Arizona and adjacent areas: USGS Prof. Paper 658-B. p. B1-B42.

*Konishi, K., 1962, Some early Cretaceous algae from Cochise County, Arizona: Micropaleo, v.8, n.1, p. 67-77.
*Moran, W.R, 1957, Cretaceous stratigraphy and oil possibilities of the Sonoita-Elgin area, Pima and Santa Cruz counties, Arizona: Union Oil of California, unpublished report F-172.
*Risley, R., 1983, Sedimentation and stratigraphy of the lower Cretaceous Amole Arkose, Tucson Mountains, Arizona: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson.
*Sawyer, D.A., and Lipman, P.W., 1983, Silver Bell Mountains, Arizona- porphyry copper mineralization in a late Cretaceous caldera: EOS (AGU Trans.), v.64, p.874.

*Stoyanow, A.A., 1937, Fossiliferous zones in the Cretaceous and Tertiary deposits of southeastern Arizona: (abstr.): GSA Proc. 1936, p. 296-297.

*Stoyanow, A.A., 1949, Lower Cretaceous stratigraphy in southeastern Arizona: GSA Memoir 38, 169 p.

*Williams, G.A., 1951, The coal deposits and Cretaceous stratigraphy of the western part of Black Mesa, Arizona: PhD, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 307 p.


Crossman Peak, Mohave County
*Simpson, R.W., Gage, T.B., and Bracken, R.E., 1986, Aeromagnetic and isotopic gravity maps of the Crossman Peak Wilderness Study Area, Mohave County, Arizona: USGS Misc. Field Studies Map MF-1602-B, 1:48,000.

 

Crozier Peak, Pinal County

*Krieger, M.H., 1968, Geologic map of the Crozier Peak quadrangle. Arizona: USGS Open File Report, 1:24,000.
*Krieger, M.H., 1974, Geologic map of the Crozier Peak quadrangle, Pinal County, Arizona: USGS Quad. Map GQ-1107, 1:24,000.

 

Crust

*Hiller, J.W., 1986, Seismic refraction of the southeastern Arizona crust between Globe, Arizona and Cananea, Sonora: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 177 p.

 

Cummings Mesa, Coconino County

*Peterson, F., and Barnum, B.E., 1974, Geologic map of the southeast quarter of the Cummings Mesa quadrangle, Kane and San Juan Counties, Utah and Coconino County, Arizona: USGS Misc. Inv. Map I-758, 1:24,000.

 

Cuprite Mining District, Pima County

*Browne, J.F., 1958, The geology of the Cuprite mine area, Pima County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 39 p.
*Lee, C.A., and Borland, G.C., 1935, The geology and ore deposits of the Cuprite mining district: M.S. thesis, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, 54 p.

Curtis Ranch, Cochise County
*Lammers, G.E., 1970, The Late Cenozoic Benson and Curtis Ranch faunas from the San Pedro Valley, Cochise County, Arizona: 193 p.
 

Cyclopic Mine, Mohave County
*Myers, J.A., 1984, Geology and mineralization at the Cyclopic mine, Mohave County, Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Nevada, 64 p.
 

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