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Bruce D. Allen
Publications

  1. Allen, B.D., and Lucas, S.G., 2016, Dedication: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 67, p. iv-v.
  2. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Rinehart, A.J., Frey, B.A., Lucas, S.G., Scholle, P.A., Ulmer-Scholle, D.S., and Hook, S.C., 2016, Day 0 road log: Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge visitor center to Bernardo, across the Rio Grande, to the east side of the refuge between Black Butte and Cibola drainage, southwest of the Los Pinos Mountains: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 67, p. 1-22.
  3. Lucas, S.G., Allen, B.D., and Love, D.W., 2016, Triassic-Jurassic stratigraphy on the Becker SW quadrangle and vicinity, Socorro County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 67, p. 27-31.
  4. Allen, B.D., Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., and Love, D.W., 2016, Pennsylvanian strata in the Los Pinos Mountains: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 67, p. 33-34.
  5. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., and Allen, B.D., 2016, Pennsylvanian stratigraphy in the Manzano Mountains, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 67, p. 91-94.
  6. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2014,  Geomorphology of the northern Tularosa basin, south-central New Mexico, with particular attention to uncommon surficial features: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 65, p. 143-156.
  7. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Morgan, G.S., and Myers, R.G., 2014,  Radiocarbon and fossil vertebrate ages of late Pleistocene and Holocene sediments imply rapid rates of evaporate deposition in the northern Tularosa basin, south-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 65, p. 135-142.
  8. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., Allen, B.D., and Vachard, D., 2014, The Pennsylvanian section  at Cedro Peak: a reference section in the Manzanita Mountains, central New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 36, p. 3-24.
  9. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., and McCraw, D.J., 2013, Uppermost Pennsylvanian Bursum Formation near Cibola Spring, Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, Socorro County, New Mexico:  New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 89, p. 233-238.
  10. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., Allen, B.D., and Vachard, D., 2013, Pennsylvanian stratigraphy and biostratigraphy at Cedro Peak, Manzanita Mountains, New Mexico, USA: A brief summary:  New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 89, p. 17-21.
  11. Lucas, S.G., Allen, B.D., Krainer, K., and Spielman, J.A., 2013, Road log from Albuquerque to Upper Pennsylvanian strata in the Kinney brick quarry, Manzanita Mountains, New Mexico:  New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 89, p. 1-9.
  12. Lucas, S.G., Allen, B.D., Krainer, K., Barrick, J., Vachard, D., Schneider, J.W., DiMichele, W.A., and Bashforth, A.R., 2011, Precise age and biostratigraphic significance of the Kinney Quarry Lagerstätte, Pennsylvanian of New Mexico, USA:  Stratigraphy, v. 8, p. 7-27.
  13. Olig, S.S., Eppes, M.C., Forman, S.L., Love, D.W., and Allen, B.D., 2011, Late Quaternary earthquakes on the Hubbell Spring fault system, New Mexico, USA: Evidence for noncharacteristic ruptures of intrabasin faults in the Rio Grande rift:  Geological Society of America, Special Paper 479, p. 47-77.
  14. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., and Myers, R.G., 2009, Evidence for late Pleistocene hydrologic and climatic change from Lake Otero, Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico:  New Mexico Geology, v. 31, p. 9-25.
  15. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Chamberlin, R.M., and Haneberg, W.C., 2009, Summary of interpretations of six years of tiltmeter motions above the flanks of the Socorro magma body, central Rio Grande rift:  New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 60, p. 145-152.
  16. Lucas, S.G., Allen, B.D., Morgan, G.S., Myers, R.G., Love, D.W., and Bustos, D., 2007, Mammoth footprints from the upper Pleistocene of the Tularosa Basin, Dona Ana County, New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 42, p. 149-154.
  17. Allen, B.D., 2005, Ice-age lakes in New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 28, p. 107-114.
  18. Menking, K.M., Anderson, R.Y., Shafike, N.G., Syed, K.H., and Allen, B.D., 2004, Wetter or colder during the Last Glacial Maximum? Revisiting the pluvial lake question in southwestern North America: Quaternary Research, v. 62, p. 280-288.
  19. Anderson, R.Y., Allen, B.D., and Menking, K.M., 2002, Geomorphic expression of abrupt climate change in southwestern North America at the glacial termination: Quaternary Research, v. 57, p. 371-381.
  20. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 2000, A continuous, high-resolution record of late Pleistocene climate variability from the Estancia basin, New Mexico: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 112, p. 1444-1458.
  21. Menking, K.M., Anderson, R.Y., Brunsell, N.A., Allen, B.D., Ellwein, A.L., Loveland, T.A., and Hostetler, S.W., 2000, Evaporation from groundwater discharge playas, Estancia basin, central New Mexico: Global and Planetary Change, v. 25, p. 133-147.
  22. Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1999, Third day road log: geomorphic and hydrologic response in Estancia basin to late Pleistocene and Holocene climate change: NM Geological Society, Guidebook 50, p. 75-82.
  23. Hudson, M.R., Mikolas, M., Geissman, J.W., and Allen, B.D., 1999, Paleomagnetic and rock magnetic properties of Santa Fe Group sediments in the 98th Street core hole and correlative surface exposures, Albuquerque basin, New Mexico: NM Geological Society, Guidebook 50, p. 355-361.
  24. Allen, B.D., Connell, S.D., Hawley, J.W., and Stone, B.D., 1998, Core drilling provides information about Santa Fe Group aquifer system beneath Albuquerque's West Mesa: New Mexico Geology, v. 20, p. 8-13.
  25. Connell, S.D., Allen, B.D., and Hawley, J.W., 1998, Subsurface stratigraphy of the Santa Fe Group from borehole geophysical logs, Albuquerque area, New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 20, p. 2-7.
  26. Stone, B.D., Allen, B.D., and others, 1998, Preliminary lithostratigraphy, interpreted geophysical logs, and hydrogeologic characteristics of the 98th Street core hole, Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 98-210, 82 p.
  27. Hudson, M.R., Mikolas, M., Geissman, J.W., and Allen, B.D., 1998, Magnetic properties of Santa Fe Group sediments in the 98th Street core hole, Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 98-592, 71 p.
  28. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1993, Evidence from western North America for rapid shifts in climate during the last glacial maximum: Science, v. 260, p.1929-1923.
  29. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1992, Centennial oscillation of the climatic crescendo at the last glacial maximum: evidence from Lake Estancia, central New Mexico, in Redmond, K.T., ed., Proceedings of the eighth annual PACLIM Workshop: California Department of Water Resources, Interagency Ecological Studies Program Technical Report 31, p. 13-18.
  30. Allen, B.D., 1991, Effect of climatic change on Estancia Valley, New Mexico: Sedimentation and landscape evolution in a closed drainage basin: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources Bulletin 137, p. 167-171.
  31. Allen, B.D., and Hawley, J.W., 1991, Lake Estancia basin tour: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources Bulletin 137, p. 130-134.
  32. Lucas, S.G., Kues, B.S., Hayden, S.N., Allen, B.D., Keitzke, K.K., Williamson, T.E., Sealy, P., and Pence, R., 1988, Cretaceous stratigraphy and biostratigraphy, Cooke's Range, Luna county, New Mexico: New Mexcio Geological Society Guidebook 39, p. 143-167.

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