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A Geologic Odyssey: References

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Acknowledgments: We thank Ben Rebach for generating these HTML files, and Kathy Glesener for generating the poster that these files are based upon. We thank Peter Mozley and Curtis Monger for helping to interpret the thin sections. Bruce Harrison measured the densities and carbonate contents of some of our samples. Bill McIntosh and Nelia Dunbar helped photograph the specimens and the thin sections. Amy Gibson, Nizhoni Abeita, John Sorrell, Sean Connell, and Patty Jackson Paul helped measure some of the stratigraphic sections of ancestral Rio Grande sediments. We are grateful to the Pueblo of Isleta, and State Land Office for permission to look at the geology of their lands. The New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology supported this research as an outgrowth of basic mapping in the area.

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