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David Love — Publications

Published Papers

  1. Love, David, 2015, Geology of the Jornada Del Muerto Northern Section, Part 2: Chronicles of the Trail, v. 11, no.1, p. 19-30.
  2. Love, David, 2014, Geology of the Jornada Del Muerto on Armendaris Ranch: Chronicles of the Trail, v. 10, no.2, p. 16-25.
  3. 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 rates of evaporite deposition in the northern Tularosa Basin, south central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 65, p.135-142.
  4. 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.
  5. Lucas, S.G., Morgan, G., Love, D.W., Bejnar, C., Sion, B., Dunbar, N., and Chamberlin, R., 2014, Description, Classification, and geologic context of a Lower Pleistocene primitive mammoth jaw from Matanza Arroyo near Socorro, New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 36, no. 3, p. 48-58.
  6. 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, in Lucas, S.G., Nelson, W.J., DiMichele, W.A., Spielmann, J.A., Krainer, K., Barrick, J.E., Elrick S., and Voigt, S. eds., Carboniferous-Permian Transition in Central New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 59, p. 233-238.
  7. Kelley, S.A., McIntosh, W.C., Goff, F., Kempter., K., Wolff, J., Esser, R., Braschayko, S., Love, D., and Gardner, J.N., 1913, Spatial and temporal trends in pre-caldera Jemez Mountains volcanic and fault activity: Geosphere, v. 9, no. 3, p. 614-646.
  8. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Lucas, S.G., Morgan, G.S., and Myers, R.G. 2012,  New perspectives on the geology and paleontology of ice-age Lake Otero, Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico, in Greenwald, D., 2010 Tularosa Basin Conference Proceedings: The Land of Enchantment through Time and Space: Jornada Research Institute, Tularosa, NM., 13 p.
  9. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Morgan, G.S., and Myers, R.G., 2012, Contexts of Late Pleistocene and Holocene radiocarbon ages, proboscidean, horse, bison, and camel remains, and uncommon surficial geologic features, northern Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico, in Greenwald, D., 2010 Tularosa Basin Conference Proceedings: The Land of Enchantment through Time and Space: Jornada Research Institute, Tularosa, NM., 16 p.
  10. McLemore, V.T., Heizler, M., Love, D.W., Cikoski, C.T., and Koning, D.J., 2012, 40Ar/39Ar ages of selected basalts in the Sierra Cuchillo and Mud Springs Mountains, Sierra and Socorro Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 63rd Field Conference, pp. 285-292.
  11. McCraw, D.J., and Love, D.W., 2012, An overview and delineation of the Cuchillo Geomorphic Surface, Engle and Palomas Basins, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 63rd Field Conference, pp. 491-498.
  12. Love, D.W., Gillam, M.L., Benson, L.V., Friedman, R., Miller, P.L., and Vincent, K.R., 2011, Geomorphology hydrology, and alluvial stratigraphy in lower Chaco Canyon do not support the possible existence of prehistoric sand-dammed ephemeral lakes: New Mexico Geology, v. 33, pp. 107-123.
  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, in Audemard M., F.A., Michetti, A.M., and McCalpin, J.P., eds., Geological Criteria for Evaluating Seismicity Revisited: Forty Years of Paleoseismic Investigations and the Natural Record of Past Earthquakes: Geological Society of America Special Paper 479, p. 47–77, doi:10.1130/2011.2479(02).
  14. Reiter, Marshall, Chamberlin, Richard M., and Love, David W., 2010, New data reflect on the thermal antiquity of the Socorro magma body locale, Rio Grande rift, New Mexico: Lithosphere v. 2, no. 6, pp. 447-453.
  15. Love, D.W., and Hawley, J.W., 2010, Chapter 3: Geology of the Montano Site Complex, LA33223, in Raymond, G., ed., Report of 1988 data recovery at the Montano Site Complex, LA 33223, City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and subsequent analysis of collections: Criterion Environmental Consulting, Albuquerque, NMCRIS No. 116852, pp. 3-1 to 3-32.
  16. 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.
  17. Connell, S.D., and Love, D., 2009, Geology and landscape in the Albuquerque area: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Decision Makers Field Conference, Water, Natural Resources, and the Urban Landscape, p. 10-17.
  18. Love, D., and Connell, S.D., 2009, Geologic hazards in the Albuquerque area: : New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Decision Makers Field Conference, Water, Natural Resources, and the Urban Landscape, p. 87-94.
  19. 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, 60th Field Conference, p. 145-152.
  20. Love, D.W., McCraw, D.J., Chamberlin, R.M., Reiter, M., Connell, S.D., Cather, S.M., and Majkowski, M., 2009, Progress report on tracking Rio Grande terraces across the uplift of the Socorro magma body: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 60th Field Conference, p. 415-424.
  21. Lueth, V.W., Lucas, S.G., Cather, S.M., Chamberlin, R.M., Love, D., McCraw, D., Luther, A., Krainer, K., and Spielmann, J.A., 2009, Northern Chupadera Mesa—Third day road log: : New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 60th Field Conference, p. 75-104.
  22. Morgan, G.S., Lucas, S.G., and Love, D.W., 2009, Cenozoic vertebrates from Socorro County, central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 60th Field Conference, p. 321-336.
  23. Connell, S.D., Love, D.W., and Dunbar, N.W., 2007, Geomorphology and stratigraphy of inset fluvial deposits along the Rio Grande valley in the central Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 29, p. 13-31.
  24. Leopold, E.B., Liu, G., Love, J.D., and Love, D.W., 2007, Plio-Pleistocene climatic transition and the lifting of the Teton Range, Wyoming: Quaternary Research, v. 67, p. 1-11.
  25. Lerner, A.J., Love, D.W., Lucas, S.G., and Morgan, G.S., 2007, First report of invertebrate trace fossils from the Pliocene Ceja Formation of central New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 42, p. 53-58.
  26. 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.
  27. Chamberlin, R. and Love, D., 2006, Geology along the Canyon Trail, Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge: Habitat! Bosque del Apache, v. 12, no. 1, pp. 8-9.
  28. Land, L., and Love, D., 2006, Evaporite karst of the Castile Formation and regional geology of the Delaware Basin: Second-day road log, from Washington Ranch to Rader debris flow, Orla Road Castile outcrop, state line Castile gypsum road cut, Chosa Draw evaporate karst features, and Parks Ranch Cave: New Mexico Geological Society, Fifty-seventh annual field conference, p. 49-59.
  29. Land, L., and Love, D., 2006, Geological walking tour of Washington Ranch [minipaper]: New Mexico Geological Society, Fifty-seventh annual field conference, p. 15-16.
  30. Land, L., and Love, D., 2006, Gypsum karst processes in the Seven Rivers Formation: Third-day road log, from Living Desert State Park turnoff at US 285, north to Brantley Dam and Lake McMillan, through Artesia, Lake Arthur, Hagerman, Dexter, and ending at Bottomless Lakes State Park: New Mexico Geological Society, Fifty-seventh annual field conference, p. 85-93.
  31. Land, L., Love, D., and Polyak, V., 2006, Capitan Reef, backreef, and McKittrick Hill caves: First-day road log, trip 1, from Washington Ranch to Dark Canyon, Mosley Canyon, and Queen Highway, through Indian Basin and Rocky Arroyo, to Azotea Mesa and the McKittrick Hill Caves, and return to Washington Ranch by way of Happy Valley: New Mexico Geological Society, Fifty-seventh annual field conference, p. 1-14.
  32. Land, L., Love, D., and Polyak, V., 2006, Cottonwood Cave: First-day road log, trip 4, from Washington Ranch to Dark Canyon, Mosley Canyon, and Queen Highway (NM 137), Queen, Klondike Gap, and Cottonwood Cave: New Mexico Geological Society, Fifty-seventh annual field conference, p. 43-47.
  33. Love, D., and Land, L., 2006, Surficial geology in the vicinity of Washington Ranch: New Mexico Geological Society, Fifty-seventh annual field conference, p. 311-316.
  34. Love, D., Land, L, and Polyak, V., 2006, Slaughter Canyon Cave and Black River Valley: First-day road log, trip 2, from Washington Ranch to lower Slaughter Canyon, Slaughter Canyon Cave, and Black River Valley: New Mexico Geological Society, Fifty-seventh annual field conference, p. 17-22.
  35. Connell, Sean D., Hawley, John W., and Love, David W., 2005, Late Cenozoic drainage development in the southeastern basin and range of New Mexico, southeasternmost Arizona, and western Texas: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 28, p.125-150.
  36. Love, David W., 2005, Dedication to John W. Hawley: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 28, p.1-7.
  37. Love, David W., and Connell, Sean D., 2005, Late Neogene drainage developments on the southeastern Colorado Plateau, New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 28, p.151-169.
  38. Kelson, K.I., Bauer, P.W., Connell, S.D., Love, D.W., Rawling, G., and Mansell M., 2004, Initial Paleoseismic and Hydrogeologic assessment of the southern Sangre de Cristo fault at the Taos Pueblo site, Taos County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 55th Field Conference, p. 289-299.
  39. Olig, S.S., Eppes, M.C., Forman, S.L., Love, D.W., and Allen, B.D., 2004, Gallery of Geology--Prehistoric earthquake ruptures on the Hubbell Spring fault and implications for seismic hazards south of Albuquerque: New Mexico Geology, v. 26, p. 34-35.
  40. Wong, I., Olig, S., Dober, M., Silva, W., Wright, D., Thomas, P., Gregor, N., Sanford, A., Lin, K., and Love, D., 2004, Earthquake scenario and probabilistic ground-shaking hazard maps for the Albuquerque-Belen-Santa Fe, New Mexico, corridor: New Mexico Geology, v. 26, p. 3-33.
  41. Love, D.W., Badlands in the San Juan Basin, 2002, in B.S. Brister and L.G. Price, editors, New Mexico's energy, present, and future: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Decision-Makers Field Conference 2002, p. 26-29. [no abstract; short article]
  42. Love, D.W., 2002, New Mexico State Report: Earthquake Quarterly, Western States Seismic Policy Council, Fall Quarter, p. 11-12. [no abstract; short article
  43. Lucas, S.G., Morgan, G.S., Hawley, J.W., Love, D.W., and Myers, R.G., 2002, Mammal footprints from the upper Pleistocene of the Tularosa basin, Dona Ana County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 53rd Field Conference, p. 285-288. ABSTRACT
  44. F. Lithostratigraphy and Pliocene Mammalian Biostratigraphy and Biochronology at Belen, Valencia County, New Mexico, G.S. Morgan, S.G. Lucas, and D.W. Love [pdf, 184 kb]
  45. J. Stratigraphy of the Middle and Upper Pleistocene Fluvial Deposits of the Rio Grande (Post Santa Fe Group) and the Geomorphic Development of the Rio Grande Valley, Northern Albuquerque Basin, North-Central New Mexico, S.D. Connell and D.W. Love [pdf, 938 kb]
  46. L.Guide to the Geology of the Eastern Side of the Rio Grande Valley along Southbound I-25 from Rio Bravo Boulevard to Bosque Farms, Bernalillo and Valencia Counties, New Mexico, D.W. Love, S.D. Connell, N. Dunbar, W.C. McIntosh, W.C. McKee, A.G. Mathis, P.B. Jackson-Paul, J. Sorrell, and N. Abeita [pdf, 390 kb]
  47. FIRST DAY ROAD LOG: Geology of the Isleta Reservation [pdf, 2.1 Mb]
  48. SECOND DAY ROAD LOG: Geology of southern Albuquerque and Tijeras Arroyo [pdf, 2.1 Mb]
  49. THIRD DAY ROAD LOG: Geology of Los Lunas volcano [pdf, 1.3 Mb]
  50. A. Terraces of Hell Canyon and its tributaries, Memorial Draw and Ojo de la Cabra, D. W. Love
  51. C. Stratigraphy of middle and upper Pleistocene fluvial deposits of the Rio Grande Valley (Post-Santa Fe Group) and the geomorphic development of the Rio Grande Valley, northern Albuquerque Basin, central New Mexico, S.D. Connell and D. W. Love [pdf, 888 kb]
  52. Maldonado, F., Connell, S. D., Love, D. W., Grauch, V. J. S., Slate, J. L., McIntosh, W. C., Jackson, P. B., and Byers, F. M., Jr., 1999, Neogene geology of the Isleta Reservation and vicinity, Albuquerque Basin, central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, 50th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 175-188. ABSTRACT
  53. Love, D. W., Whitworth, T. M., Davis, J. M., and Seager,W. R., 1999, Free-phase NAPL-trapping features in intermontane basins: Environmental and Engineering Geoscience, v. 5, p. 87-102. ABSTRACT
  54. Harrison, J. B. J., Love, D. W., Treadwell-Steitz, C., McMahon, D., Machette, M., Gellis, A., Pavich, M., Eppes, M., Phillips, F., Hawley, J., Pazzaglia, F., and Koning, D., compilers, 1998, Soil, water, and earthquakes around Socorro, New Mexico: Friends of the Pleistocene, Rocky Mountain Cell, guidebook, unpaginated.
  55. Coleman, M., Gellis, A., Love, D., and Hadley R., 1998, Channelization effects on the Rio Puerco above La Ventana, New Mexico, in Harrison and others, eds., Soil, water, and earthquakes around Socorro, New Mexico: Friends of the Pleistocene, Rocky Mountain Cell, guidebook, 11 p.
  56. Love, David W., 1997, Petrographic description and sources of chipped stone artifacts in Chaco Canyon, Appendix 3A, in F. J. Mathien, ed., Ceramics, lithics, and ornaments of Chaco Canyon: National Park Service, Publications in Archaeology 18G, Chaco Canyon Studies, pp. 610-633.
  57. Love, David W., 1997, Description of Chaco Project’s lithic types collected by A. Helene Warren, Appendix 3B, in F. J. Mathien, ed., Ceramics, lithics, and ornaments of Chaco Canyon: National Park Service, Publications in Archaeology 18G, Chaco Canyon Studies, pp. 634-642.
  58. Mack, G. H., Love, D. W., and Seager, W. R., 1997, Spillover models for axial rivers in regions of continental extension: The Rio Mimbres and Rio Grande in the southern Rio Grande rift: Sedimentology, v.44, pp. 637-652.
  59. Love, D. W., 1997, Historic incision of the middle Rio Puerco of the East: Implications for models of arroyo entrenchment and distribution of archaeological sites, in M. S. Duran and D. T. Kirkpatrick, eds., Layers of Time, Papers in honor of Robert H. Weber: Archaeological Society of New Mexico, v. 23, pp. 69-84.
  60. Gorbach, C., Love, D., Piper, S., Davis, R., and Cross, A., 1996, Rio Puerco sedimentation and water quality study: Preliminary findings report: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation Albuquerque Area Office, 102 p.
  61. Love, D. W., and Seager, W. R., 1996, Fluvial fans and related basin deposits of the Mimbres drainage: New Mexico Geology, v. 18, pp. 81-92.
  62. Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., Johnpeer, G. D., Reimers, R. F., and Bobrow, D. J., 1995, Hydrocompactive soil field experiments near Espanola: New Mexico Geological Society, 46th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 15-16.
  63. Smith, G. A., Bauer, P. W., Lucas, S. G., Gonzalez, M. A., Barker, J. M., Kottlowski, F. E., Austin, G. S., and Love, D.W., 1995, First-Day road log, from Santa Fe to Nambe, Cundiyo, Espanola, Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch: New Mexico Geological Society, 46th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 1-28.
  64. Davis, J. M., Lohmann, R. C., Phillips, F. M., Wilson, J. L., and Love, D. W., 1993, Architecture of the Sierra Ladrones Formation, central New Mexico: Depositional controls on the permeability correlation structure: Geological Society of America, Bulletin, v. 105, pp. 998-1007.
  65. Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., Kues, B. S., Adams, J. W., Austin, G. S., Barker, J. M., eds., 1993, Carlsbad region, New Mexico and West Texas: New Mexico Geological Society, 44th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, 357 p.
  66. Austin, G. S., Barker, J. M., Crawford, J. E., Hawley, J. W., Love, D. W., Lucas, S. G., and Adams, J. W., 1993, First-day road log from Carlsbad to Whites City, Orla, Loving, potash enclave and return: New Mexico Geological Society, 44th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 1-42.
  67. Adams, J. W., Hawley, J. W., Pray, L. C., and Love, D. W., 1993, Second-day road log, from Carlsbad to Whites City, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Salt Flat, Washington Ranch and return to Carlsbad: New Mexico Geological Society, 44th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 43-68.
  68. Adams, J. W., Love, D. W., and Hawley, J. W., 1993, Third-day road log, from Carlsbad to Dark Canyon, Last Chance Canyon, Sitting Bull Falls, Rocky Arroyo and return to Carlsbad: New Mexico Geological Society, 44th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, p. 69-86.
  69. Hawley, J. W., and Love, D. W., 1993, Supplemental Road log 1, from Pierce Canyon (First Day Stop 6) to New Mexico Highway 31-28 junction north of Salt Lake, via Mescalero plain, Los Medanos (WIPP) and Nash Draw: New Mexico Geological Society, 44th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 87-97.
  70. Love, D. W., and Hawley, J. W., 1993, Supplemental road log 2, from junction of NM-137 and Sitting Bull Falls Road to Salt Flat graben, via Queen, west Guadalupe Rim, El Paso Gap, Dog Canyon and Crow Flats: New Mexico Geological Society, 44th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 99-107.
  71. Lucas, S. G., Williamson, T. E., Smith, L. N., Wright-Dunbar, R., Hallet, B., Kues, B. S., Hoffman, G., Hunt, A. P., Love, D. W., McLemore, V. T., and Hadley, R. F., 1992, First-day road log, from Cuba to La Ventana, San Luis, Cabezon, Mesa Portales, Mesa de Cuba, and return to Cuba: New Mexico Geological Society 43rd Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 1-32.
  72. Love, D. W., 1992, Rapid adjustment of the Rio Puerco to meander cutoff: Implications for effective geomorphic processes, crossing thresholds and timing of events: New Mexico Geological Society 43rd Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 399-405.
  73. Hawley, J. W., and Love, D. W., compilers, 1991, Quaternary and Neogene landscape evolution: A transect across the Colorado Plateau and Basin and Range provinces in west-central and central New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 137, pp. 105-148.
  74. Lohmann, R. C., Davis, J. M., Love, D. W., and Phillips, F., 1991, Hydrogeologic investigations of upper Sierra Ladrones Formation: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 137, pp. 164-166.
  75. Love, D. W., and Gillam, M. L., 1991, Navajo and Acoma-Zuni sections, in Patton, P. C., compiler, Quaternary geology of the Colorado Plateau, Chapter 13, in Morrison, R. B., ed., Quaternary nonglacial geology; Conterminous U.S., Boulder, CO., Geological Society of America, The Geology of North America, v. K-2, pp. 391-397.
  76. Lozinsky, R. P., Hawley, J. W., and Love, D. W., 1991, Geologic overview and Pliocene-Quaternary history of the Albuquerque basin, central New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 137, pp. 157-162.
  77. Thompson, L., Mosley-Thompson, E., Betancourt, J. L., Love, D. W., Wilson, A., and Leonard, G., 1991, Laminated ice bodies in collapsed lava tubes at El Malpais National Monument, central New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 137, pp. 149.
  78. Maxwell, C. H., Anderson, O. J., Lucas, S. G., Chamberlin, R. M., and Love, D. W., 1989, First-day road log, from Albuquerque to Mesita, Laguna, Acoma, McCartys and Grants: New Mexico Geological Society 40th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 1-24.
  79. Chamberlin, R. M., Anderson, O. J., Lucas, S. G., Maxwell, C. H., and Love, D. W., 1989, Second-day road log, from Grants to El Malpais, Fence Lake, Zuni Pueblo and Gallup: New Mexico Geological Society 40th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 25-48.
  80. Anderson, O. J., Lucas, S. G., Love, D. W., Maxwell, C. H., and Chamberlin, R. M., 1989, Third-day road log, from Gallup to Upper Nutria, Ramah, El Morro and Grants: New Mexico Geological Society 40th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 49-66.
  81. Anderson, O. J., Love, D. W., and Lucas, S. G., 1989, Supplemental road log 3, from intersection of NM 602 and Bread Springs Road to Fort Wingate via Stinking Springs and McGaffey: New Mexico Geological Society 40th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 71-73.
  82. Love, D. W., 1989, Geomorphic development of the Rio San Jose valley: New Mexico Geological Society 40th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 11-12.
  83. Love, D. W., 1989, Bidahochi Formation: An interpretive summary: New Mexico Geological Society 40th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 273-280.
  84. Popp, C. J., Hawley, J. W., Love, D. W., and Dehn, M., 1988, Use of radiometric (Cs-137, Pb-210), geomorphic, and stratigraphic techniques to date recent oxbow sediment in the Rio Puerco drainage, Grants uranium region, New Mexico: Environmental Geology and Water Science, v. 11, no. 3, pp. 253-269.
  85. Love, D. W., Gutjahr, A., and Robinson-Cook, S., 1987, Location-dependent sediment sorting in bedforms under waning flow in the Rio Grande, central New Mexico: in Ethridge, F. G., Flores, R. M., and Harvey, M. D. (eds.), Recent developments in fluvial sedimentology: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication 39, pp. 37-47.
  86. Love, D. W., Reimers, R. F., Hawley, J. W., Johnpeer, G. D., and Bobrow, D. J., 1987, Summary of geotechnical investigations near Espanola, New Mexico, in Menges, C., ed., Quaternary tectonics, landform evolution, soil chronologies, and glacial deposits--northern Rio Grande rift of New Mexico: Friends of the Pleistocene fieldtrip guidebook, University of New Mexico Geology Department, pp. 133-157.
  87. Johnpeer, G. D., Love, D. W., and Hemingway, M., 1986, Assessment of earthquake hazard in New Mexico: Proceedings of the Third U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering, v. 1, pp. 37-47.
  88. Love, D. W., and Hadley, R. F., 1986, First day road log from Albuquerque to Bernalillo, La Ventana, Cuba, and San Isidro Wash and return to Albuquerque, in Hadley, R. F., ed., International Symposium on drainage basin sediment delivery, program of paper sessions and road logs of field trips, pp. 1-8.
  89. Love, D. W., and Hadley, R. F., 1986, Second day road log from Albuquerque to Rio Puerco, Correo, Los Lunas, Belen, and Bernardo, and return to Albuquerque, in Hadley, R. F., ed., International Symposium on drainage basin sediment delivery, program of paper sessions and road logs of field trips, pp. 1-9.
  90. Love, D. W., 1986, A geological perspective of sediment storage and delivery along the Rio Puerco, central New Mexico, in Hadley, R. F. (ed.), Drainage basin sediment delivery: International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication 159, pp. 305-322.
  91. Love, D. W., 1985, Geomorphic history of part of the Tucumcari Lake drainage basin, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society 36th Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 319-324.
  92. Anderson, R. Y., Dean, W. E., Bradbury, J. P., and Love, D. W., 1985, Meromictic lakes and varved lake sediments in North America: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1607, 19 p.
  93. Love, D. W., Boyle, J. T., Robinson, S., and Hemingway, M., 1985, Location-dependent sediment sorting in gravelly megaripples from the Rio Grande, central New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 7, pp. 26-30.
  94. Popp, C. J., Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., and Novo-Gradac, K., 1984, Radionuclide and heavy metal distribution in 20th century sediments of major streams in the eastern part of the Grants uranium region, New Mexico; in Stone, W. J. (ed.), Selected papers on water quality and pollution in New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Hydrologic Report 7, pp. 34-48.
  95. Wells, S. G., Love, D. W., and Gardner, T. W., eds., 1983, Chaco Canyon country: American Geomorphological Field Group, Field Trip Guidebook, 253 p.
  96. Hawley, J. W., Love, D. W., and Wells, S. G., 1983, Summary of the hydrology, sedimentology, and stratigraphy of the Rio Puerco valley, in Wells, S. G., Love, D. W., and Gardner, T. W., eds., Chaco Canyon country: American Geomorphological Field Group, Field Trip Guidebook, pp. 33-36.
  97. Wells, S. G., Jercinovic, D. E., Smith, L. N., Gutierrez, A. A., Pickle,J., and Love, D. W., 1983, Instrumented watersheds in the coal fields of northwestern New Mexico, in Wells, S. G., Love, D. W., and Gardner, T. W. eds., Chaco Canyon country: American Geomorphological Field Group, Field Trip Guidebook, pp. 99-112.
  98. Love, D. W., 1983, Summary of the late Cenozoic geomorphic and depositional history of Chaco Canyon; in Wells, S. G., Love, D. W., and Gardner, T. W., eds., Chaco Canyon country: American Geomorphological Field Group, Field Trip Guidebook, pp. 187-194.
  99. Love, D. W., 1983, Quaternary facies in Chaco Canyon and their implications for geomorphic sedimentologic models, in Wells, S. G., Love, D. W., and Gardner, T. W. eds., Chaco Canyon country: American Geomorphological Field Group, Field Trip Guidebook, pp.195-206.
  100. Love, D. W., and Young, J. D., 1983, Progress report on the late Cenozoic geologic evolution of the lower Rio Puerco: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 34th Field Conference, pp. 277-284.
  101. Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., and Young, J. D., 1982, Preliminary report on the geomorphic history of the lower Rio Puerco in relation to archeological sites and cultural resources of the lower Hidden Mountain Dam site, in Eidenbach, P.,ed., Inventory survey of the lower Hidden Mountain floodpool, lower Rio Puerco drainage, central New Mexico: Human Systems Research Inc., Tularosa, New Mexico, pp. 20-65.
  102. Hawley, J. W., Foster, R. W., Broadhead, R., and Love, D. W., 1982, Roadlog segment 1B, Tijeras Canyon to Abo Canyon via Estancia and Manzano: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 33rd Field Conference, pp. 8-23.
  103. Hawley, J. W., Love, D. W., and Lambert, P. W., 1982, Road log segment 1C, Abo canyon-Blue Springs area to Albuquerque via Belen and Los Lunas: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 33rd Field Conference, pp. 24-30.
  104. Grambling, J. A., Hawley, J. W., and Love, D. W., 1982, Road log segment ID, Rio Grande Estates to Canon del Trigo via Hubbell Bench: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 33rd Field Conference, pp. 30-35.
  105. Hawley, J. W., Love, D. W., and Wells, S. G., 1982, Road log segment IIA, Albuquerque to Correo via El Cerro de Los Lunas and Rio Puerco: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 33rd Field Conference, pp. 38-49.
  106. Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., and Hobbs, T. C., 1981, Identification of alluvial valley floors in strippable coal areas of New Mexico: Mining and Minerals Division, Energy and Minerals Department, Santa Fe, 18 p., 5 maps.
  107. Hawley, J. W., and Love, D. W., 1981, Overview of geology as related to environmental concerns in New Mexico; in Wells, S. G., and Lambert, P. W., eds., Environmental geology and hydrology in New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Special Publication 10, pp.1-10.
  108. Love, D. W., and Schultz, J., 1980, Surficial geology and geomorphology related to mitigation of archeological sites of the UII lease in Moore, J. L., and Winter, J. C., eds.,
  109. Human adaptations in a marginal environment the UII mitigation project: Albuquerque, Office of Contract Archaeology, pp. 29-38 and 535-539.
  110. Love, D. W., 1979, Quaternary fluvial geomorphic adjustments in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico; in Rhodes, D. D., and Williams, G. P., eds., Adjustments of the fluvial system: Dubuque, Kendall/Hunt, pp. 277- 308.
  111. Love, J. D., Leopold, E. B., and Love, D. W., 1978, Eocene rocks, fossils, and geologic history, Teton Range, northwestern Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 932-B, 40 p.
  112. Love, D. W., 1977, Dynamics of sedimentation and geomorphic history of Chaco Canyon National Monument, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 28th Field Conference, pp. 291-300.
  113. Love, D. W., 1977, Quaternary geology and geomorphology; Chapter 6 in Reher, C. A. (ed.), Settlement and subsistence along the lower Chaco River, the CGP survey: University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 149-164.
  114. Love, L. L., Kudo, A. M., and Love, D. W., 1976, Dacites of Bunsen Peak, the Birch Hills, and the Washakie Needles, northwestern Wyoming, and their relationship to the Absaroka volcanic field, Wyoming-Montana: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 87, pp. 1455-1462.

Geologic Maps

  1. Allen B. D., Timmons, J.M., Luther, A.L., Miller, P.L., and Love, D.W., 2014, Geologic Map of the Cerro Montoso 7.5-Minute Quadrangle, Socorro County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, OF-GM -238.
  2. Rinehart, A.J., Love, D.W. and Miller, P.L., 2014, Geologic map of the Black Butte 7.5-minute quadrangle, Socorro and Valencia Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, OF-GM -235.
  3. Allen, B.D., and Love, D.W., 2013, Geologic map of the Becker SW 7.5-minute quadrangle, Socorro County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Geologic Map OF-GM 233, 1:24,000 scale.
  4. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2010, Preliminary geologic map of the Capitol Peak SE quadrangle: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, 1:24,000.
  5. Love, D., Allen, B., and Myers, R., 2007, Preliminary geologic map of the Mound Springs quadrangle, Lincoln, Sierra, Socorro, and Otero Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Geologic Map OFGM 163 (1:24,000).
  6. Maldonado, F., Slate, J.L., Love, D.W., Connell, S.D., Cole, J.C., and Karlstrom K.E., 2007, Geologic map of the Pueblo of Isleta tribal lands and vicinity, Bernalillo, Torrance, and Valencia Counties, Central New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Map SIM 2913, 1:50,000 scale.
  7. McCraw, D.J., Love, D.W., and Connell, S.D. 2006, Preliminary geologic map of the Abeytas quadrangle, Socorro County, New Mexico, New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Geologic Map OF-GM 121, scale 1:24,000.
  8. Love, D. W., Maldonado, F., Hallett, B., Panter, K., Reynolds, C., McIntosh, W., and Dunbar, N., 1998, Preliminary Map of the Dalies Quadrangle, Open-file Map, 1:24,000.

  9. Love, D. W., mapper and compiler (with 8 others), 1997, Preliminary geologic map of Isleta Quadrangle: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Open-file Map, 1:24,000.
  10. Love, D. W., mapper and compiler (with 14 others), 1996, Preliminary geologic map of Hubbell Spring Quadrangle: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Open-file Map, 1:12,000.
  11. Reed, J. C., Jr., Love, D. W., and Love, J. D., 1973, Preliminary geologic map of the Rammel Mountain quadrangle, Teton County, Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 73-231  

Reports and Miscellaneous Publications

(Unpublished reports; include reports of contract research; open-file reports etc.)

  1. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., and Bustos, D., 2014, Stratigraphic Study of Late Pleistocene Fossil-Track Bearing Deposits on White Sands National Monument: Final Report for White Sands National Monument Task Agreement No. P12AT00380, 29  p.
  2. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Bustos, D., and Harvey, A. 2014, Observations concerning polygonal patterned ground and crack fills on Alkali Flat, White Sands National Monument—joint use area, New Mexico: informal appendix to report, 41 p.
  3. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., Bustos, D., and Harvey, A. 2014, Observations regarding area of preserved beach ridges on White Sands National Monument, New Mexico: informal appendix to report, 10 p.
  4. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Bustos, D., 2014, Summary of observations regarding "gypsum crystal mounds" in White Sands National Monument—Evidence of fossil tree molds? [later proved not to be tree molds]:  informal appendix to report, 24 p.
  5. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Bustos, D., 2014, Summary of observations of sedimentary structures of Lost River Playa, White Sands National Monument—joint use area, New Mexico: informal appendix to report, 21 p.
  6. Blackwell, W., Ingate, S.,  Bilek, S., Edel, S., Love, D., and Koning, D., 2014, New Mexico's Annual Report to WSSPC for 2014
  7. Kludt, T., Love, D., Newton, T., and Mamer, E., 2014. Crossing the Jornada del Muerto: Hydrological, and Geomorphological Controls on Traveling El Camino Real Historic Trail: Draft of poster submitted to Department of Cultural Affairs, Santa Fe.
  8. Love, D.W., and Allen, B.D., 2014, Final quarterly report for Phase II under Task Agreement No. P12AC11010 issued under Cooperative Agreement Number H7810090024 between New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and White Sands National Monument, National Park Service.
  9. Newton, T., Kludt, T., Love, D., and Mamer, E., 2014, Hydrogeology of Central Jornada del Muerto: Implication for travel along El Camino Real, Sierra County, New Mexico: Draft report to Department of Cultural Affairs, Santa Fe.
  10. Newton, B.T., Kludt, T., Mamer E., and Love, D., 2014, Hydrogeologic Controls on Early Travel through the Jornada Del Muerto, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Meeting Abstracts, p. 47.
  11. New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources staff, 1985, Proposed site for the superconducting super collider (SSC) in central New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Open-file Report 234, 36 p.
  12. Johnpeer, G. D., Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., Bobrow, D. J., Hemingway, M. P., and Reimers, R. F., compilers, 1985a, El Llano and vicinity geotechnical study--final report: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 226, 578 p.
  13. Johnpeer, G. D., Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., Bobrow, D. J., Hemingway, M. P., and Reimers, R. F., compilers, 1985b, El Llano and vicinity geotechnical study--interim report: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 225, 398 p.
  14. Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., and Palmer, S., 1984, Investigation of alluvial valley floors in the Salt Lake coal area, western New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 217, 30 p.
  15. Popp, C. J., Hawley, J. W., and Love, D. W., 1983, Radionuclide and heavy metal distribution in recent sediments of major streams in the Grants mineral belt, New Mexico: Final Report to the Office of Surface Mining, U.S. Department of Interior, Washington, D.C., New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 185, 130 p.
  16. Love, D. W., 1981, Summary of the geomorphic history of Tucumcari drainage in relation to archeological sites near Tucumcari, New Mexico: Report to Museum of New Mexico, 21 p.
  17. Love, D. W., 1980, Summary of interpretations of late Quaternary geomorphic conditions in Chaco Canyon: National Park Service, Cultural Research Division Library, Albuquerque, 165 p.
  18. Love, D. W., and Cameron, C., 1980, Petrographic description and sources of chipped stone artifacts in Chaco Canyon: National Park Service, Cultural Research Division Library, Albuquerque, 37 p.

Papers Presented at Professional Meetings

  1. Jochems, A., Koning, D., Curtis Monger, C.  and Love D. 2015, Late Holocene alluviation in the Palomas Basin, south-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Meeting Abstracts, p.27.
  2. Rinehart, A., Love, D.W., and Miller, P.L., 2015, Structural-depositional feedbacks in a feature-challenged landscape: The Black Butte 7.5-minute quadrangle: New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Meeting Abstracts, p.55.
  3. Love, D.W., and Rinehart, A., 2014, Twentieth-Century Floods Down Abo Arroyo, Revealed by Coal-Clast and Clinker Deposits and Historic Photographs, Show Stream Behavior Different From Other Arroyos in the Region: New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Meeting Abstracts, p.37.
  4. Newton, B.T., Kludt, T., Mamer E., and Love, D., 2014, Hydrogeologic Controls on Early Travel through the Jornada Del Muerto, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Meeting Abstracts, p. 47.
  5. Rinehart, A.J., and Love, D.W., 2014, Progress Report on Subtle Tectonic Features Influencing Paths of Small to Large Drainages Crossing the Southeastern Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Meeting Abstracts, p. 55.
  6. Connell, S.D., and Love, D.W., 2002, Late Cenozoic record of climatic and tectonic changes at the junction of the southeastern Colorado Plateau, southern Rocky Mountains, and central Rio Grande Rift [abs]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, no. 6, p. 408. ABSTRACT
  7. Morgan, G. S., Lucas, S.G., Hawley, J.W., Love, D.W., and Myers, R.G., 2002, Mammal footprints from Pleistocene Lake Otero, Tularosa Basin, White Sands Missile Range, Dona Ana County, New Mexico [abs]: New Mexico Geology, v. 24, p. 67. ABSTRACT
  8. Connell, S.D., Love, D.W., Jackson-Paul, P.B., Lucas, S.G., Morgan, G.S., Chamberlin, R.M., McIntosh, W.C., and Dunbar, N., 2001, Stratigraphy of the Sierra Ladrones Formation type area, southern Albuquerque basin, Socorro County, New Mexico: Preliminary Results [abstract]: New Mexico Geology, v. 23, n. 2, p. 59.
  9. Connell, S.D., Love, D.W., Cather, S.M., Smith, G.A., Lucas, S.G., 2001, Tectonics, climate, and the transition from aggradation to incision of the upper Santa Fe Group, Albuquerque basin, central New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Joint Rocky Mountain and Central Section Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, v. 33, n. 5, p. A-48.
  10. Koning, D.J., Connell, S.D., McIntosh, W.C., Love, D.W., Pazzaglia, F.J., 2001, Stratigraphy of the Ancha and Tuerto formations (upper Santa Fe Group), Santa Fe and Hagan embayments, Española and Albuquerque basins, New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Joint Rocky Mountain and Central Section Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, v. 33, n. 5, p. A-48.
  11. Love, D.W., Dunbar, N., McIntosh, W.C., McKee, C., Connell, S.D., Jackson-Paul, P.B., and Sorrell, J., 2001, Late-Miocene to early-Pleistocene geologic history of Isleta and Hubbell Spring Quadrangles based on ages and geochemical correlation volcanic rocks [abstract]: New Mexico Geology, v. 23, n. 2, p. 58.
  12. Love, D.W., Connell, S.D., Chamberlin, R.M., Cather, S.M., McIntosh, W.C., Dunbar, N., Smith, G.A., Lucas, S.G., 2001, Constraints on the age of extensive fluvial facies of the upper Santa Fe Group, Albuquerque and Socorro basins, central New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Joint Rocky Mountain and Central Section Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, v. 33, n. 5, p. A-48.
  13. Maldonado, F., Love, D.W., Connell, S.D., Slate, J.L., Karlstrom, K.E., 2001, Geology of Isleta Reservation, central New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Joint Rocky Mountain and Central Section Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, v. 33, n. 5, p. A-6.
  14. Morgan, G.S., Lucas, S.G., Connell, S.D., and Love, D.W., 2001, Geochronology of late Pliocene and early Pleistocene (medial Blancan through early Irvingtonian) vertebrate faunas from the Albuquerque basin, New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Joint Rocky Mountain and Central Section Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, v. 33, n. 5, p. A-49.
  15. Sealey, P.L., Morgan, G.S., Lucas, S.G., Connell, S.D., Love, D.W., Jackson-Paul, P.B., 2001, The medial Blancan (upper Pliocene) Arroyo de la Parida local fauna, Socorro County, New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Joint Rocky Mountain and Central Section Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, v. 33, n. 5, p. A-56.
  16. Connell, S.D., Love, D.W., Maldonado, F., Jackson, P.B., McIntosh, W.C., and Eppes, M.C., 2000, Is the top of the Santa Fe Group diachronous in the Albuquerque Basin? [abstract]: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report, in Cole, J.C., ed., U.S. Geological Survey Middle Rio Grande Basin Study -- Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Workshop, Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 15-16, 2000: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-488.
  17. Connell, S.D., and Love, D.W., 2000, Stratigraphy of Rio Grande terrace deposits between San Felipe Pueblo and Los Lunas, Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico [abstract]: New Mexico Geology, v. 22, n. 2, p. 49.
  18. Morgan, G.S., Lucas, S.G., Sealey, P.L., Connell, S.D., Love, D.W., 2000, Pliocene (Blancan) vertebrates from the Palomas Formation, Arroyo de la Parida, Socorro basin, central New Mexico [abstract]: New Mexico Geology, v. 22, n. 2, p. 47.
  19. Love, D.W. Whitworth, T.M. 2000, Draining Shallow Groundwater from Uplifted Fault Blocks of Shallow Aquifers to Form Distinctive Geomorphic Krenegenic Features: Field Evidence and Preliminary Hydrogeologic Modeling. ABSTRACT - Web Presentation
  20. Wong, Ivan, Olig, Susan, Dober, Mark, Silva Walter, Wright, Douglas, Thomas, Patricia, Gregor, Nick, Sanford, Lin, Kuo-Wan, Love, David, and Naugler, Wendy, 2000, A new generation of earthquake ground shaking hazard maps for three urban areas in the western U.S.: Part II Albuquerque-Belen-Santa Fe New Mexico corridor [abs]: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Seismic Zonation, Palm Springs, CA. ABSTRACT
  21. Morgan, G. S. ,Lucas S. G. ,Sealey P. L., Connell, S. D., and Love, D. W. , 2000, Pliocene (Blancan) vertebrates from the palomas formation, Arroyo de la Parida, Socorro Basin, central New Mexico, New Mexico Geology, v. 22, no. 2, p. 47. ABSTRACT
  22. Connell, S. D. and Love, D. W. , 2000, Stratigraphy of Rio Grande terrace deposits between San Felipe Pueblo and Los Lunas, Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico, New Mexico Geology, v. 22, no.2, p. 49. ABSTRACT

  23. Florian Maldonado, Dave W. Love, Sean D. Connell, Janet L. Slate, Karl E. Karlstrom, and Van S. Williams, 2000, Geologic map of Isleta Reservation and contiguous areas, central New Mexico, USGS Open File Report (in press), ABSTRACT

  24. Love, D. W., DeMarco, W., Van Der Camp, J. Durand, C, and Whitworth, T. M., 1999, Air-Assisted thermal injection for LNAPL remediation: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, no. 7, p. A-99. ABSTRACT

  25. Love, D. W., Thomas, J., and Haneberg, W. G., 1999, Origami leads to orogeny: Use of three-dimensional paper models for geoscience education from mineralogy to earthquakes [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 21, p. 45. ABSTRACT

  26. Panter, K., Hallett, B., Love, D., McKee, C., and Thompson, R., 1999, A volcano revisited: A preliminary report of the geology of Los Lunas Volcano, central New Mexico [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 21, p. 44. ABSTRACT

  27. Love, D. W., Maldonado, F., Hallett, B., Panter, K., Reynolds, C., McIntosh, W., and Dunbar, N., 1999, Preliminary geologic map of the Dalies quadrangle [abs.]: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-file Report 99-203, p. 44-46. ABSTRACT

  28. Maldonado, F., Love, D. W., Slate, J. L., Grauch, V. J. S., Sanford, W. E., Heizler, M., W.C. McIntosh, W. C., Byers F. M., Jr., and Shock N. A., 1998a, Preliminary geologic, hydrologic, and aeromagnetic maps of the western three-quarters of the Pueblo of Isleta, central New Mexico [abs]: U. S. Geological Survey, Open-file Report 98-337, p. 61-63.

  29. Maldonado, F., Love, D. W., Slate J. L., Grauch, V. J. S., Shock N. A., Sanford W. E., McIntosh W. C., Heizler, M., and Peters, L., 1998b, Geologic, hydrologic and aeromagnetic maps of the Pueblo of Isleta, Central New Mexico [abs]: New Mexico Geology, v. 20, p. 58.

  30. Maldonado, F., Love, D. W., Slate J. L., Grauch, V. J. S., Shock N. A., Sanford W. E., McIntosh W. C., Heizler, M., and Peters, L., 1998c, Geologic, hydrologic and aeromagnetic maps of the Pueblo of Isleta, Central New Mexico [abs]: Abstracts of the 10th Annual U. S. Geological Survey, Central Region, 1998 Poster Review, Collected Abstracts of Selected Poster Papers Presented at Scientific Meetings, compiled by Peter J. Modreski, U. S. Geological Survey, Open-file Report 98-209, p. 28-29.

  31. Love, D. W., 1997, Historic and geomorphic evidence for multi-stage incision and aggradation along the middle Rio Puerco, central New Mexico [abs]: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 29, no. 6, p. 372.

  32. Love, D. W., Whitworth, T. M., Seager, W. R., and Davis, J. M., 1997, Possible NAPL trapping features in semiarid-basin fill [abs.]: 1997 GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 29, no. 2, p. 20.

  33. Cross, A., Gorbach, C., Davis, R. L., Love, D. W., and Luo, F., 1994, The Rio Puerco Data Base and Human Resources Catalog: Assembling information for future research and management of the Rio Puerco drainage basin, northwest-central New Mexico[abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 16, no. 4, p. 84.

  34. Love, D. W., Reynolds, C. B., Hallett, B., Lozinsky, R. P., and Niemyjski, T., 1994, Sedimentation, deformation, and erosion related to Los Lunas volcanoes, central New Mexico [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 16, no. 3, p. 57.

  35. Davis, J. M., Lohmann, R. C., Love, D. W., and Phillips, F. M., 1992, Architectural-element analysis for the characterization of aquifer heterogeneity: Sierra Ladrones Formation, Albuquerque Basin [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 14, p. 76.

  36. Love, D. W., 1992, Degradation of paleoflood evidence along the margins of floodplains, Rio Puerco and Rio Grande, New Mexico [abs.]: Workshop on paleoflood hydrology, Arizona Laboratory for Paleohydrological and hydroclimatological analysis, Flagstaff, AZ.

  37. Purtymun, W. F., Love, D. W., and Budge, A., 1992, Results of the map and geographic-products survey [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 14, p. 42.

  38. Love, D. W., Lozinsky, R. P., and Limburg, E. M., 1991, Rapid at- a-station adjustments of the Rio Puerco, New Mexico to decadal and centenary megaevents [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 13, p. 91.

  39. Love, D. W., Gutjahr, A., and Lazari, A., 1990, Depositional significance and mathematical treatment of size distributions from base-surge deposits [abs.]: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 22, no. 6, p. 20.

  40. Phillips, F. M., Davis, J. M., Gutjahr, A. L., and Love, D. W., 1990, A quantitative geological study of heterogeneity, Sierra Ladrones Formation, central New Mexico [abs.]: American Geophysical Union (EOS), Transactions, v. 71, no. 17, p. 509.

  41. Love, D.W., Gutjahr, A., and Lazari, A., 1989, Shapes, parameters and moment estimators of log-hyperbolic grain-size distributions compared with normative statistical treatments [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 10, no. 4, p. 95

  42. Love, D. W., 1988, New Mexico report, in Truby, J. O., and Cline-Lebsack, S., eds., Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Western States Seismic Policy Council, p. 18-19.

  43. Love, D. W., 1987, Climatic, tectonic, and geomorphic factors affecting late Cenozoic development of tributaries of the RioGrande from the Colorado Plateau [abs.]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 19, p. 749-750.

  44. Heath, D. L., and Love, D. W., 1986, Multivariate historical processes increasing thresholds for erosion within the Rio Puerco, north central New Mexico [abs.]: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 18, no. 5, p. 360.

  45. Robinson, S., and Love, D. W., 1986, Applications of detailed sedimentologic studies of modern waning-flow deposits to alluvial stratigraphy [abs.]: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 18, no. 5, p. 407.

  46. Johnpeer, G. D., Love, D. W., Reimers, R. F., Bobrow, D. J., and Hemingway, M. P., 1985, Collapsible soils in north-central New Mexico [abs.]: Association of Engineering Geologists 28th Annual Meeting, Salem, North Carolina, Abstracts and Program, p. 65.

  47. Love, D.W., Gutjahr, A., and Robinson, S., 1985, Sediment sorting in bedforms of the Rio Grande, central New Mexico [abs.]: Third International Fluvial Sedimentology Conference Abstracts Volume, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, p. 26-27.

  48. Love, D. W., 1984, Types of Quaternary sequences of fluvial aggradation in New Mexico [abs.]: New Mexico Geology, v. 6, p. 15.

  49. Young, J. D., and Love, D. W., 1982, Late Tertiary and Quaternary evolution of the lower Rio Puerco, New Mexico [abs.]: American Geomorphological Field Group, Guidebook 1982 Field Conference, p. 136.

  50. Novo-Gradac, K., Popp, C. J., Hawley, J. W., and Love, D. W., 1982, Trace metal and radionuclide distribution in recent sediments in streams in the Grants mineral belt [abs.]: New Mexico Journal of Science, v. 22, p. 62.

  51. Wells, S. G., Bullard, T. F., Smith, L. N., Love, D. W., and Schultz, J. D., 1982, Quaternary deposits and landscapes of the Chaco River area, southeastern Colorado Plateau an example of complex geomorphic responses in large drainage systems [abs.]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 14, p. 244.

  52. Love, D. W., and Wolberg, D. L., 1981, Historical geology as a framework for synthesis and management of data from environmental impact studies in New Mexico [abs.]: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, v. 65, p.563.

  53. Love, D. W., 1981, Geomorphic-sedimentologic behavior of the upper Chaco drainage system implications for testing relationships between the Anasazi and their environment [abs.]: Society for American Archaeology, Forty sixth Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p. 76.

  54. Love, D. W., 1976, The environmental and archaeological pertinence of a depositional model for the geomorphic system of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico [abs.]: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 8, pp. 602-603.

  55. Love, D. W., 1975, Mitigation of man's impact on surficial geology [abs.]: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, v. 59, p. 915.

  56. Love, L. L., Kudo, A. M., and Love, D. W., 1974, Petrochemical and age trends in the Absaroka-Gallatin volcanic province [abs.]: EOS, American Geophysical Union, Transactions, v. 55, p. 487.