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Dr. George S. Austin
Publications and Abstracts

Books

  1. Austin, G. S., compiler, 1978, Geology and mineral deposits of Ochoan rocks in Delaware Basin and adjacent areas: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Circular 159, 88 p.
  2. Austin, G. S., compiler, 1982, Industrial rocks and minerals of the southwest: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Circular 182, 111 p.
  3. Austin, G. S., Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., Zidek, J., and Gilson, N., eds., Proceedings of the 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 154, 330 p.
  4. Barker, J. M., Austin, G. S., Kues, B. S., and Lucas, S. G., eds., 1991, Geology of the Sierra Blanca, Sacramento, and Capitan Ranges, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 42, 366 p.
  5. Carr, D. D. (senior editor), and 14 associate editors including G. S. Austin, 1994, Industrial Minerals and Rocks, 6th ed.: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Littleton, Colorado, 1196 p.
  6. Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., Kues, B. S., Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., eds., 1993, Carlsbad Region, New Mexico and West Texas: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 44, 357 p.
  7. Mack G. H., Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., eds., 1998, Las Cruces County II: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 49, 325 p.

Professional Articles

  1. Austin, G. S., 1963, Geology of clay deposits Red Wing area, Goodhue and Wabasha Counties, Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey, Report of Investigations 2, 23 p.
  2. Austin, G. S., 1969, Paleozoic lithostratigraphic nomenclature for southeastern Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey, Information Circular 6, 11 p.
  3. Austin, G. S., 1970, Weathering of the Sioux Quartzite near New Ulm, Minnesota, as related to Cretaceous climates: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 40, p. 184–193.
  4. Austin, G. S., 1970, Deep stratigraphic test well near Hollandale Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey, Report of Investigations 12, 52 p.
  5. Austin, G. S., 1971, Weathering of the Sioux Quartzite near New Ulm Minnesota: A reply to comment by D. M. Triplehorn: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 41, p. 604–605.
  6. Austin, G. S., 1972, Cretaceous rocks in Minnesota; in Sims, P. K., and Morey, G. B., eds., The geology of Minnesota—A centennial volume: Minnesota Geological Survey, p. 509–512.
  7. Austin, G. S., 1972, Paleozoic lithostratigraphy of southeastern Minnesota; in Sims, P. K., and Morey, G. B., eds., The geology of Minnesota—A centennial volume: Minnesota Geological Survey, p. 459–473.
  8. Austin, G. S., 1972, The Sioux Quartzite; in Sims, P. K., and Morey, G. B., eds., The geology of Minnesota—A centennial volume: Minnesota Geological Survey, p. 450–455.
  9. Austin, G. S., 1973, Clay and shale resources of Spencer County, Indiana: Indiana Academy of Science, Proceedings for 1972, v. 82, p. 281–289.
  10. Austin, G. S., 1974, Multiple overgrowths on detrital quartz sand grains in the Shakopee Formation (Lower Ordovician) of Minnesota: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 44, p. 358–362.
  11. Austin, G. S., 1975, Clay and shale resources of Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey, Bulletin 42-L, 40 p.
  12. Austin, G. S., 1976, Potash in New Mexico; in Annual report for the Fiscal Year July 1, 1975, to June 30, 1976: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, p. 23–29.
  13. Austin, G. S., 1980, Potash in New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 2, p. 7–9.
  14. Austin, G. S., 1980, Agricultural materials; glauconite, phosphate, and potash: Mining Engineering, v. 32, p. 558–561.
  15. Austin, G. S., 1981, Agricultural materials; glauconite, nitrogen compounds, and potash: Mining Engineering, v. 34, p. 562–564.
  16. Austin, G. S., 1982, Glauconite: Mining Engineering, v. 34, p. 561.
  17. Austin, G. S., 1982, Nitrogen compounds: Mining Engineering, v. 34, p. 569.
  18. Austin, G. S., 1983, Industrial rocks and minerals: Fifty years of development; in Boardman, S. J., ed., Revolution in the earth sciences—Advances in the past half-century: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa, p. 336-343.
  19. Austin, G. S., 1984, Adobe as a building material: New Mexico Geology, v. 6, p. 69–71.
  20. Austin, G. S., 1986, The role of clay minerals in disposal and storage of hazardous materials: New Mexico Geology, v. 8, p. 79–82.
  21. Austin, G. S., 1989, Soil additives: Industrial minerals; in Carr, D. D., and Bever, M. B., eds., Concise encyclopedia of mineral resources: Pergamon Press, New York, p. 333–335.
  22. Austin, G. S., 1989, Soil additives: Phosphate, potash and sulfur; in Carr, D. D., and Bever, M. B., eds., Concise encyclopedia of mineral resources: Pergamon Press, New York, p. 335–339.
  23. Austin, G. S., 1990, Adobe and related building materials in New Mexico, USA: in 6th International Conference on the Conservation of Earthen Architecture—Adobe 90 preprints, Getty Conservation Institute, Santa Monica, California, p. 417–423.
  24. Austin, G. S., 1994, Construction materials: Adobe and similar materials; in Carr, D. D. (senior ed.), Industrial minerals and rocks, 6th ed.: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Littleton, Colorado, p. 279–286.
  25. Austin, G. S., 1994, Pumice mining and environmental concerns in New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 16, p. 1–6.
  26. Austin, G. S., 1995, 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: The North American organization for industrial minerals, in Merlini, S. A. A., ed., Proceedings of the 30th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals (1994): New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Minerals and Energy Division, Misc. Rept. 16, p. 1–5.
  27. Austin, G. S., 1999, Dimension stone; in Industrial minerals 1998: Mining Engineering, v. 51, no. 6, p. 26.
  28. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1990, Commercial travertine in New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 12, p. 49–58.
  29. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1990, Economic geology of the Carlsbad Potash District; in Kyle, J. R., ed., Industrial Mineral Resources of the Delaware Basin, Texas and New Mexico: Society of Economic Geologists, Guidebook Series, v. 8, p. 97–114.
  30. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1995, The building stone industry of the southwestern United States, in Walker, B. J., ed., Proceedings of the 28th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Circular 46, p. 9–18.
  31. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1995, Production and marketing of perlite in the western United States, in Tabilio, M., and Dupras, D. L., eds., Proceedings of the 29th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: Division of Mines and Geology, California Department of Conservation, Special Publication 110, p. 39–68.
  32. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1998, Cement and concrete—production and use in New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 20, p. 33–43
  33. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1998, Commercial perlite deposits of New Mexico and North America: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 49, p. 271–277.
  34. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1998, What geologists should know about cement and concrete; in Bélanger, M, Clark, T., and Jacob, H.-L., Proceedings of the 33rd Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: Canadian Institute of Mining, Special Volume 50, p. 101–113.
  35. Austin, G. S., Barker, J. M., and Bauer, P. W., 1990, Precambrian muscovite from the M.I.C.A. mine, Picuris Mountains, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 41, p. 369––374.
  36. Austin, G. S., Barker, J. M., Crawford, J. E., Hawley, J. W., Love, D., Lucas, S. G., and Adams, J. W., 1993, First-day road log from Carlsbad to White City, Orla, Loving, potash enclave and return to Carlsbad: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 44, p. 1–42.
  37. Austin, G. S., Barker, J. M., and Smith, E. W., 1990, Building with stone in northern New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 41, p. 405–415.
  38. Austin, G. S., Barker, J. M., and Smith E. W., 1998, Active and recently active construction materials and aggregate operations in Doña Ana County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 49, p. 287–298.
  39. Austin, G. S., Brandvold, L. A., Hawley, J. W., and Renault, J., 1993, Lead contamination at an old smelter sites at Socorro, New Mexico: Part I—Particle size and depth of contamination: Mining Engineering, v. 45, p. 389–395.
  40. Austin, G. S., Brandvold, L. A., and Renault, J., 1993, Lead contamination at old an smelter site at Socorro, New Mexico: Part II—Laboratory tests: Mining Engineering, v. 45, p. 396–401.
  41. Austin, G. S., Glass, H. D., and Hughes, R. E., 1989, Resolution of the polytype structure of some illitic clays that appear to be 1Md: Clay and Clay Minerals, v. 37, p. 128–134.
  42. Austin, G. S., and Goolsby, M. R., 1996, Modern New Mexico adobe: A response to some environmental concerns; in Austin, G. S., Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., Zidek, J., and Gilson, N., eds., Proceedings of the 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 154, p. 63–74.
  43. Austin, G. S., Grant, J. A., Ikola, R. J., and Sims, P. K., 1970, Geologic map of Minnesota, New Ulm sheet: Minnesota Geological Survey, 1 map.
  44. Austin, G. S., and Hoffman, G. K. (compilers), 1996, Index to Proceedings of the Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals—Twenty-six (1990) through thirty-first (1995): New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Circular 204, 20 p.
  45. Austin, G. S., Kottlowski, F. E., and Siemers, W. T., 1982, Industrial minerals of New Mexico in 1981; in Austin, G. S. (compiler), Industrial rocks and minerals of the southwest: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Circular 182, p. 9–16.
  46. Austin, G. S., and Leininger, R. K., 1976, The effect of heat-treating sedimented mixed-layer illite-smectite as related to quantitative clay mineral determinations: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 46, p. 206–215.
  47. Austin, G. S., and Mojtabai, C., 1996, Cat litter: A growing market for industrial minerals, in Austin, G. S., Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., Zidek, J., and Gilson, N., eds., Proceedings of the 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 154, p. 267–274.
  48. Austin, G. S., and Patton, J. B., 1972, History of the brick industry in Indiana: Indiana Academy of Science, Proceedings for 1971, v. 81, p. 229–237.
  49. Austin, G. S., and Smith, E. W., 1989, Grants—Home of much of New Mexico's pressed-earth block industry: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 40th Field Conference, p. 321–324.
  50. Austin, G. S., and staff, 1983, New Mexico: Mining Engineering, v. 35, p. 428–430.
  51. Austin, G. S., and staff, 1984, New Mexico: Mining Engineering, v. 36, p. 453.
  52. Austin, G. S., and staff, 1985, New Mexico: Mining Engineering, v. 37, p. 408–409.
  53. Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1993, Economic geology of the Carlsbad potash district, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 44, p. 283–291.
  54. Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1994, Construction materials: Decorative stone; in Carr, D. D. (senior ed.), Industrial Minerals and Rocks, 6th ed.: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Littleton, Colorado, p. 367–378.
  55. Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1995, Overview of industrial minerals transport, in Walker, B. J., ed., Proceedings of the 28th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Circular 46, p. 19–32.
  56. Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1996, Overview of the Carlsbad Potash District, New Mexico, in Austin, G. S., Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., Zidek, J., and Gilson, N., eds., Proceedings of the 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 154, p. 49–62.
  57. Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1999, Overview of the Carlsbad potash district; in Potash resources at WIPP site, New Mexico; New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Circular 207, p. 7–16.
  58. Barker, J. M., Austin, G. S., and Santini, K., 1999, What geologists (and perhaps others) should know about marketing industrial minerals, rocks, and materials: in Johnson, K. S., ed., Proceedings of the 34th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals 1998: Oklahoma Geological Survey, Circular 102, p. 281–295.
  59. Barker, J. M., Austin, G. S., and Sivils, D. J., 1996, Travertine in New Mexico: Commercial deposits and otherwise, in Austin, G. S., Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., Zidek, J., and Gilson, N., eds., Proceedings of the 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 154, p. 75–92.
  60. Barker, J. M., Austin, G. S., Smith, E. W., and Sivils, D. J., 1995, Industrial minerals and rocks in Santa Fe, County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 46, p. 179–183.
  61. Barker, J. M., Chamberlin, R. M., Austin, G. S., and Jenkins, D. A., 1996, Economic geology of perlite in New Mexico, in Austin, G. S., Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., Zidek, J., and Gilson, N., eds., Proceedings of the 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 154, p.165–170.
  62. Barker, J. M., McLemore, V. T., Wilson, M. L., and Austin, G. S., 1989, East Grants Ridge—A mineral potpourri: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 40, p. 325–329.
  63. Coffman, R., Agnew, N., Austin, G., and Doehne, E., 1990, Adobe mineralogy: Characterization of adobes from around the world, in 6th International Conference on the Conservation of Earthen Architecture: Adobe 90 preprints: Getty Conservation Institute, Santa Monica, California, p. 424–429.
  64. Coose, K. E., and Austin, G. S., 1999, Variations in New Mexico concrete through time; in Johnson, K. S., ed., Proceedings of the 34th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals 1998: Oklahoma Geological Survey, Circular 102, p. 181–187.
  65. Colpitts, R. M., Austin, G. S., Barker, J. M., Bauer, P. W., Hahman, W. R., Hawley, J. W., and Lozinsky, R. P., 1991, First-day road log from Inn of the Mountain Gods to Bent Dome, Tularosa, Alamogordo, Cloudcroft, and return to Inn of the Mountain Gods: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 42, 1–25 p.
  66. Cudahy, G. F., and Austin, G. S., 1996, Brick tunnel-kiln thermal-energy inputs; in Austin, G. S., Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., Zidek. J., and Gilson, N., eds., Proceedings of the 31st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals—The Borderland Forum: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 154, p. 283–290.
  67. Haneberg, W. C., Austin, G. S., and Brandvold, L. A., 1993, Soil lead distribution at an abandoned smelter site in Socorro, New Mexico: Environmental Geology, v. 21, p. 90–95.
  68. Hartke, E. J., Ault, C. H., Austin, G. S., Becker, L. E., Bleuer, N. K., Herring, W. C., and Moore, M. C., 1980, Geology for environmental planning in Marion County, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey, Environmental Study 15, 53 p.
  69. Hill, J. R., and Austin, G. S., 1975, Some environmental geologic factors as aids to planning in Hendricks County, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey, Occasional Paper 12, 24 p.
  70. Hoffman, G. K., and Austin, G. S., 1994, Agricultural materials: Soil additives; in Carr, D. D. (senior ed.), Industrial Minerals and Rocks, 6th ed.: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Littleton, Colorado, p. 89–96.
  71. Hoffman, G. K., Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1995, Overview of humate production in North America, in Merlini, S. A. A., ed., Proceedings of the 30th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals (1994): New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Minerals and Energy Division, Miscellaneous Report 16, p. 55–70.
  72. Isik, I., Clark, K. F., and Austin, G. S., 1994, Geology and alteration of the Kline Mountain Kaolin deposit, Sierra County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 45, p. 311–314.
  73. Love, D. W., Hawley, J. W., Kues, B. S., Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., eds., 1993, Carlsbad Region, New Mexico and West Texas: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 44, 357 p.
  74. Mack G. H., Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., eds., 1998, Las Cruces County II: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 49, 325 p.
  75. McLemore, V. T., Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1989, Supplemental road log from Grants, New Mexico, to U.S. Gypsum perlite mine (via State Road 547): New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook to 40th Field Conference, p. 67–69.
  76. Myer, D. A., Sharps, J. A., Austin, G. S., Bieberman, R. A., Chavez, R. R., Frost, S. J., Reiter, M. A., Siemers, W. T., and Tabet, D. E. (compilers), 1981, Energy resources map of New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey and New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, 1:500,000 map and text.
  77. Parham, W. E., and Austin, G. S., 1967, Clay mineralogy of the Glenwood Formation, southeastern Minnesota and adjacent areas: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 37, p. 863–868.
  78. Parham, W. E., and Austin, G. S., 1969, Clay mineralogy, fabric, and industrial uses of shale of the Decorah Formation, southeastern Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey, Report of Investigations 10, 32 p.
  79. Post, J. L., and Austin, G. S., 1993, Geochemistry of mica in Precambrian rocks from northern New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Circular 202, 20 p.
  80. Shaver, R. H., and Austin, G. S., 1972, A field guide to the Mt. Carmel Fault of southern Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey, Guidebook 13, 25 p.
  81. Siemers, W. T., and Austin, G. S., 1979, Mines, processing plants, and power plants in New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Resource Map 9, map and text of 25 p.
  82. Siemers, W. T., Austin, G. S., and Kottlowski, F. E., 1981, Industrial rocks and minerals of New Mexico: American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Transactions, v. 270, p. 1884–1892.
  83. Sims, P. K., and Austin, G. S., 1963, Geologic interpretation of magnetic maps of McLeod County, Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey, Report of Investigations 4, 13 p.
  84. Sloan, R. E., and Austin, G. S., 1966, Geologic map of Minnesota, St. Paul sheet: Minnesota Geological Survey, 1 map, scale 1:250,000.
  85. Smith, G. A., Bauer, P. W., Lucas, S. G., Gonzales, M. A., Barker, J. M., Kottlowski, F. E., Austin, G. S., and Love, D. W., 1995, First-day road log, from Santa Fe to Nambé, Cundiyo, Española, Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 46, p. 1–28.
  86. Smith, E. W., and Austin, G. S., 1989, Adobe, pressed-earth, and rammed-earth industries in New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 127, 60 p.
  87. Smith, E. W., and Austin, G. S., 1996, Adobe, pressed-earth, and rammed-earth industries in New Mexico (revised edition): New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Bulletin 159, 72 p.
  88. Smith, E. W., and Austin, G. S., 1992, Modern adobe in New Mexico: New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department, Economic Development/Communications Office of the University of New Mexico, and Cooperative Extension Service of the New Mexico State University, 29 p.
  89. Smith, E. W., and Austin, G. S., 1995, The Adobe Factory: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 46, p. 18–19.
  90. Smith, E. W., and Austin, G. S., 1996, Modern adobe in New Mexico (revised): New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department and New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, 25 p.
  91. Weber, R. H., and Austin, G. S., 1982, Perlite in New Mexico; in Austin, G. S. (compiler), Industrial rocks and minerals of the Southwest: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Circular 182, p. 97–101.

Abstracts

  1. Austin, G. S., 1972, Petrology of the Shakopee Formation (Early Ordovician): Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 5, p. 307.
  2. Austin, G. S., 1972, Stratigraphy of the Shakopee Formation (Early Ordovician): Geological Society of American, Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 5, p. 307.
  3. Austin, G. S., 1983, Adobe as an insulating building material: Society of Mining Engineers of AIME Program, Fall meeting Program with abstracts, p. 49.
  4. Austin, G. S., 1989, Mineralogy of the clay-size fraction of adobe soils in New Mexico: Implications for use in building materials: New Mexico Geological Society, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 31.
  5. Austin, G. S., 1993, Fireclay resources near Ancho, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, April 16, 1993, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 33, (published in New Mexico Geology, v. 15, p. 101–102).
  6. Austin, G. S., 1994, Pumice mining and the environment: New Mexico Geological Society, Spring Meeting, Program with Abstracts, p. 26.
  7. Austin, G. S., 1994, Clay mineralogy of rock units at the El Morro National Monument, New Mexico, and its effect on the inscriptions: Geological Society of America, Rocky Mountain Section, Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, no. 6., p. 2.
  8. Austin, G. S., 1997, New Mexico’s Industrial Minerals from A to Z: Program and abstracts of the 18th annual New Mexico Mineral Symposium, p. 12–13, New Mexico Tech, November 11, 1997, (published in New Mexico Geology, v. 20, p. 64).
  9. .Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1993, Commercial perlite production in the United States: New Mexico Geological Society, April 16, 1993, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 31, (published in New Mexico Geology, v. 15, p. 101).
  10. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1994, Potash resources of New Mexico: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Annual Meeting and Exhibit Pocket Program, p. 104, (Preprint 94–40).
  11. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1997, Commercial perlite in North America: Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America, South Central and Rocky Mountain Sections, v. 29, no. 2. p. 2.
  12. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. B., 1997, What geologists should know about cement: Program and abstracts, 33rd Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals, Quebec, Québec, Canada, p. 16.
  13. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., Industrial mineral construction materials, Doña Ana County, New Mexico: Mexico Geological Society, April 9, 1998, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 20, (published in New Mexico Geology, v. 20, p. 50).
  14. Austin, G. S., Brandvold, L. A., Hawley, J. W., and Renault, J., 1991, Lead-contamination studies at abandoned Billing smelter site: New Mexico Geological Society, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 31.
  15. Austin, G. S., Brandvold, L. A., Hawley, J. W., and Renault, J., 1992, Lead contamination at old smelter sites in the West: The Socorro, New Mexico, case history: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Annual Meeting Pocket Program, p. 116.
  16. Austin, G. S., Brandvold, L. A., and Stone, W. J., 1990, Lead contamination of soil near the abandoned Billing smelter, Socorro, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 47.
  17. Austin, G. S., and Brickell, T. G., 1990, New Mexican adobe related to other adobes: New Mexico Geological Society, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 45.
  18. Austin, G. S., Glass, H. D., and Hughes, R. E., 1986, Determination of illite polytypes: Their structural significances and geologic implications: Clay Minerals Society, Program and Abstracts, 23rd Meeting, p. 36.
  19. Austin, G. S., and Leininger, R. K., 1974, Effects of heat-treating mixed-layer illite-smectite as related to quantitative clay mineral determinations: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 6, no. 6, p. 488.
  20. Austin, G. S., and Leininger, R. K., 1974, X-ray diffraction of heat-treated random mixed-layer illite-smectite: Clay Minerals Society, Program with Abstracts, 11th Meeting, p. 15.
  21. Austin, G. S., and Smith, E. W., 1989, Adobes and other earth construction materials used in New Mexico: Southwest and Rocky Mountain Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting, v. 29, no. 1, p. 25.
  22. Austin, G. S., and Whyte, M. R., 1976, Potash deposits of southeastern New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program, v. 8, no. 5, p. 565.
  23. Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1993, Economic geology of the Carlsbad Potash District: New Mexico Geological Society, April 16, 1993, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 32, (published in New Mexico Geology, v. 15, p. 101).
  24. Barker, J. M., Austin, G. S., and Santini, K, 1998, What a geologist needs to know about marketing industrial minerals; in Abstracts of the 34th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman Oklahoma, May 2–6, 1998, p. 19.
  25. Barker, J. M., Austin, G. S., and Santini, K., 1998, A geologist’s view of industrial minerals marketing: New Mexico Geological Society, April 9, 1998, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 19, (published in New Mexico Geology, v. 20, p. 50).
  26. Barker, J. M., and Austin, G. S., 1999, Industrial mineral production and potential in New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, April 9, 1999, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), Socorro, New Mexico, p. 11, (published in New Mexico Geology, v. 21, p. 32).
  27. .Carpenter, M. C., and Austin, G. S., 1973, The stratigraphy of the clays and shales of Spencer County, Indiana: Indiana Academy Science, Proceedings for 1972, v. 82, p. 266.
  28. Coose, K. E., and Austin, G. S., 1998, Variations in New Mexico concrete through time; in Abstracts of the 34th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman Oklahoma, May 2–6, 1998, p. 14.
  29. Hughes, R. E., Moore, D. M., Austin, G. S., and Glass, H. D., 1988, Further studies on the origin, identification, and quantification of illite polytypes: Clay Minerals Society, Abstracts with Program, p. 47.
  30. Siemers, W. T., Austin, G. S., and Kottlowski, F. E., 1980, Industrial rocks and minerals of New Mexico: 109th AIME Annual Meeting, Technical Program with Abstracts, p. 67.
  31. Wolberg, D. L., Bellis, D., Austin, G. S., and Domski, P., 1989, Stratigraphy and biochemistry of the Fossil Forest sedimentary sequence, Late Cretaceous, San Juan Basin, New Mexico: Implications for depositional environments: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 21, no. 5, p. 161.
  32. Wolberg, D. L., Bellis, D., Austin, G. S., and Domski, P., 1989, Fossil resin biochemistry; stratigraphy and sequence: New Mexico Geological Society, Proceedings Volume (with abstracts), p. 51. (Also published in New Mexico Geology, v. 11, p. 41.)
  33. Wolf, C. P., Mozley, P. S., and Austin, G. S., 1993, Lead distribution and availability in contaminated soils at the Cuba Smelter site, Socorro, New Mexico: A micromorphological, textural, and mineralogical study: Geological Society of America, Program with Abstracts, p. A–435.
  34. Wolf, C. P., Mozley, P. S., and Austin, G. S., 1994, Lead distribution and availability in contaminated soils at the Cuba Smelter site, Socorro, New Mexico: A micromorphological, textural, and mineralogical study: New Mexico Geological Society, Spring Meeting Program with Abstracts, p. 23.

Book Reviews

  1. Austin, G. S., 1994, Review of "Kaolin genesis and utilization," edited by Murray, H. H., Bundy, W. M., and Harvey, C. C: Economic Geology, v. 89, p. 1201–1202.
  2. Austin, G. S., 1992, Review of "Microstructure of fine-grained sediments—From mud to shale;" edited by Bennett, R. H., Bryant, W. R., and Hulbert, M. H.: Journal of Geological Education, v. 40, p. 334–335.

Public Outreach

  1. Austin, G. S., 1996, How much do we consume?: Lite Geology, summer 1996, p. 7–8.
  2. Austin, G. S., 1998, Albuquerque downtown from a geological point of view—A walking tour of the city’s center: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Scenic Trip 17, 60 p.
  3. Austin, G. S., and Barker, J. M., 1997, Aggregate in the modern Stone Age: Lite Geology, Winter 1996 [published 1997], p. 3–9.

Open-file Reports

  1. Austin, G. S., 1994, Clay deposit adjacent to NM-44 north of Bernalillo: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 404, 8 p.
  2. Austin, G. S., and Coose, K. E., 1998, Aggregate reactivity and concrete durability in New Mexico: for the New Mexico Highway & Transportation Department, Research Bureau, Albuquerque, New Mexico, SPR 9802, Contract CO 3534, unpublished report; New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 441, 24 p.
  3. Foster, R. W., Austin, G. S., Hawley, J. W., and Stone, W. J., 1977, Preliminary selection of sites geologically suitable for disposal of hazardous wates in New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 83, 65 p.
  4. McLemore, V. T, Broadhead, R. F., Barker, J. M., Austin, G. S., Klein, K., Brown, K. B., Murray, D., Bowie, M. R., and Hingtgen, J. S., 1986, A preliminary mineral-resource potential of Valencia County, northwestern New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 229, 197 p.
  5. McLemore, V. T, Broadhead, R. F., Roybal, G. H., Chenoweth, W. L., Barker, J. M., North, R. M., Bowie, M. R., Hingtgen, J. S., Murray, D., Klein, K., Brown, K. B., and Austin, G. S., 1986, A preliminary mineral-resource potential of Cibola County, northwestern New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 230, 403 p.
  6. Siemers, W. T., Hawley, J. W., Rautman, C. A., and Austin, G. S., 1979, Evaluation of the mineral potential (excluding hydrocarbons, potash, and water) of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant site, Eddy County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 87, 48 p.

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