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Dr. Bruce Allen

Publications

Papers

  1. Allen, B.D., 2020, Manzano Mountains State Park, in Scholle, P.A., Ulmer-Scholle, D.S., Cather, S.M., and Kelley, S.A., eds., The Geology of Southern New Mexico's Parks, Monuments, and Public Lands: Socorro, New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, p. 355-357.
  2. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Scholle, P.A., and Bustos, D., 2020, White Sands National Park, in Scholle, P.A., Ulmer-Scholle, D.S., Cather, S.M., and Kelley, S.A., eds., The Geology of Southern New Mexico's Parks, Monuments, and Public Lands: Socorro, New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, , p. 221-231.
  3. Bustos, D., Jakeway, J., Urban, T.M., Holliday, V.T., Fenerty, B., Raichlen, D.A., Budka, M., Reynolds, S.C., Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., Santucci, V.L., Odess, D., Willey, P., McDonald, G.H., and Bennett, M.R., 2018, Footprints preserve terminal Pleistocene hunt? Human-sloth interactions in North America: Science Advances, v. 4, no. 4, eaar7621.
  4. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., Allen, B.D., and DiMichele, W.A., 2017, Carboniferous-Permian transition in Socorro County, New Mexico, USA: an overview: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 77, p. 1-16.
  5. Krainer, K., Lucas, S.G., Allen, B.D., Barrick, J.E., Black, B., and Moore, P.A., 2017, The Pennsylvanian section in the Los Pinos Mountains, Socorro County, New Mexico:: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 77, p. 199-224.
  6. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., Allen, B.D., and Barrick, J.E., 2017: The Paleozoic section at Bell Hill, Socorro County, New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 77, p. 263-286.
  7. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., Allen, B.D., and Barrick, J.E., 2017, The Pennsylvanian section in the Little San Pascual Mountains, Socorro County, New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 77, p. 287-307.
  8. Allen, B.D., and Lucas, S.G., 2016, Dedication: New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 67, p. iv-v.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. Allen, B.D., 2005, Ice-age lakes in New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 28, p. 107-114.
  25. 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.
  26. 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.
  27. 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.
  28. 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.
  29. 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.
  30. 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.
  31. 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.
  32. 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.
  33. 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.
  34. 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.
  35. 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.
  36. 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.
  37. 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.
  38. 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.
  39. 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.

Reports and Maps

  1. Cikoski, C.K., and Allen, B.D., 2020, Geologic map of the Black River Village 7.5-minute quadrangle, Eddy County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Geologic Map 283, scale 1:24,000.
  2. Allen, B.D., 2016, Geologic map of the Moriarty North 7.5-minute quadrangle, Santa Fe and Torrance counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Geologic Map 258, scale 1:24,000.
  3. Kludt, T., Love, D., Allen, B., and Newton, T., 2015, Landforms of the central Jornada del Muerto: Influencing the Path of El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Report 575, 23 p.
  4. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., and Bustos, D., 2014, Stratigraphic Study of Late Pleistocene Fossil-Track Bearing Deposits on White Sands National Monument: Report for NPS, White Sands National Monument, 28 p.
  5. Allen, B.D.; Timmons, J.M., Luther, A.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, Open-file Map OFGM 238 (scale 1:24,000).
  6. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., and McCraw, D.J., 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 Map OFGM 233 (scale 1:24,000).
  7. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2010, Preliminary geologic map of the Capitol Peak SE quadrangle, Otero and Sierra Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, mapped under contract with U.S. Army (scale 1:24,000).
  8. Zeigler, K., and Allen, B., 2010, Preliminary geologic map of the Bull Gap quadrangle, Lincoln County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Map OFGM 210 (scale 1:24,000).
  9. Allen, B., Koning, D., Frechette, J., and Kelley, S., 2009, Preliminary geologic map of the Sabinata Flat quadrangle, Otero County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Map OFGM 184 (scale 1:24,000).
  10. Allen, B.D., 2007, Preliminary geologic map of the Stanley quadrangle, Santa Fe County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Geologic Map 143 (1:24,000).
  11. 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).
  12. Allen, B.D., 2006, Preliminary geologic map of the King Drawquadrangle, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Geologic Map OFGM 117 (1:24,000).
  13. Allen, B.D., 2004, Geology of the Chilili 7.5' quadrangle, Bernalillo and Torrance Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file GM-81.
  14. Olig, S.S., Eppes, M.C., Forman, S.L., Love, D.W., and Allen, B.D., 2004, Paleoseismic investigation of the Hubbell Spring fault, central New Mexico: Final Technical Report to the U.S. Geological Survey, NEHRP Award NO. 99HQGR0089, variously paginated.
  15. Allen, B.D., 2002, Geology of the Escabosa 7.5' quadrangle, Bernalillo County, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file GM-49.
  16. Allen, B.D., 2000, Geology of the Edgewood 7.5' quadrangle, Bernalillo, Santa Fe, and Torrance Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file GM-35.
  17. Allen, B.D., Groffman, A.R., Molles, M.C., Jr., Anderson, R.Y., and Crossey, L.J., 1999, Geochemistry of the Red River stream system before and after open-pit mining, Questa area, Taos County, New Mexico: Unpublished report for the New Mexico Office of the Natural Resources Trustee, 89 p.
  18. Ferguson, C.A., Osburn, G.R., and Allen, B.D., 1999, Geology of the San Pedro 7.5' quadrangle, Bernalillo, Sandoval, and Santa Fe Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file GM-29.
  19. Allen, B.D., Connell, S.D., Heynekamp, M., and Hawley, J.W., 1998, Field Log of borehole drilled for installation of nested piezometers, Isleta Boulevard locality- Bernalillo County, Middle Rio Grande Basin Project: Unpublished report for Bernalillo County, April, variously paginated.
  20. Chamberlin, R.M., Allen, B.D., Hawley, J.W., Connell, S.D., and Heynekamp, M., 1998, Field logs of borehole drilled for nested piezometers, Montesa Park site: Unpublished report for City of Albuquerque, 16 p.
  21. Read, A., Allen, B.D., Osborn, R., Fergusson, C., and Chamberlin, R., 1998, Geologic Map of the Sedillo, NM 7.5-minute Quadrangle: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file DM-20.
  22. Allen, B.D., and Hawley, J.W, 1997, Hydrogeologic setting of 98th Street core hole site: Unpublished report for City of Albuquerque, April, 9 p.
  23. Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1997, Field guide to lakes in Estancia basin, New Mexico: Field Trip Guide for 1997 Meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), Santa Fe, February 10-14.
  24. Hawley, J.W., Allen, B.D., Connell, S., and Heynekamp, M., 1997, Field logs of boreholes drilled for installation of piezometer nests- State Engineer Office, Middle Rio Grande Project; January to August, 1997: Unpublished report for New Mexico Office of the State Engineer, December, variously paginated.
  25. Johnson, P., Connell, S.D., Allred, B., and Allen, B.D., 1996, Field boring log reports, City of Albuquerque piezometer nests: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Open-file Reports 426A - E, variously paginated.

Meeting Abstracts

  1. Allen, B.D., Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., Gomez, F., Torres, M., and Hurren, C., 2019, Distribution and stratigraphy of Upper Pennsylvanian rocks in the Tijeras Canyon area, central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 24 April.
  2. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., and Allen, B.D., 2019, Pennsylvanian stratigraphy in the Manzano-Manzanita Mountains, central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 24 April.
  3. Allen, B.D., and Lucas, S.G., 2017, The fusulinid Eowaeringella and the Desmoinesian-Missourian boundary in central New Mexico: reexamination of the Gotera Canyon section, northern Manzano Mountains: New Mexico Geological Society, Annual Spring Meeting, 7 April.
  4. Lucas, S.G., Allen, B.D., Krainer. K., and Barrick, J.E., 2017, The Paleozoic section at Bell Hill, Socorro County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Annual Spring Meeting, 7 April.
  5. Bustos, D., Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Santucci, V.L., and Knapp, J.P., 2016, Diverse array of soft-sediment fossil vertebrate tracks from the lakes of World’s largest gypsum dune field: Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, 25 Sept.
  6. Allen, B.D., Lucas, S.G., and Krainer, K., 2015, Recent improvements in regional stratigraphy of Pennsylvanian strata promises better characterization of the geology and geologic history of the east side of the Sandia uplift (East Mountains area), central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 24 April.
  7. Allen, B.D., Krainer, K., and Lucas, S.G., 2013, The new Pennsylvanian stratigraphic nomenclature for central New Mexico as Applied to the Manzano - Manzanita - Sandia (East Mountains) area: Albuquerque Geological Society Meeting, Albuquerque, 6 February.
  8. Love, D.W., Rinehart, A., Morgan, G., Allen, B., and McCraw, D., 2013, Implications of the eastern extent of ancestral Rio Grande deposits, northwestern extent of fans from the eastern rift shoulder, and preservation of inset terraces, southeastern Albuquerque Basin: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 12 April.
  9. Allen, B.D., 2012, Geology of the Estancia basin and Quaternary history of the salt lakes: New Mexico Archaeological Society Annual Meeting, Moriarty, 20-22 April.
  10. Allen, B.D., 2012, Salt lakes of the Estancia Valley- a geological perspective: The Friends of Tijeras Pueblo Monthly Meeting, Sandia Ranger Station, Tijeras New Mexico, 13 November 2012.
  11. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Koning, D.J., and Myers, R.G., 2012, Complex sediment preservation and removal in the northern and central Tularosa basin, New Mexico, due to deflation, base level changes, down-wind accumulations, and recycling: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 27 April.
  12. Zeigler, K.E., and Allen, B.D., 2012, A preliminary geologic map of the Bull Gap quadrangle, Lincoln County, southeastern New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 27 April.
  13. Kelley, S.A., Koning, D.J., Allen, B.D., and Kempter, K.A., 2012, Geology of the northeastern margin of the Tularosa basin, New Mexico: GSA, Rocky Mountain Section Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 9-11 May.
  14. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2012, Geologic map of quaternary deposits on the Capitol Peak and Sheep Mountain quadrangles with illustrations of uncommon surficial features, northern Tularosa basin, south-central New Mexico: GSA, Rocky Mountain Section Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 9-11 May.
  15. Polyak, V.J., Asmerom, Y., Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 2012, Extending the Estancia basin paleoclimate record back with U-series dating of gypsum sand layers: GSA, Rocky Mountain Section Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 9-11 May.
  16. Zeigler, K.E., and Allen, B.D., 2012, Preliminary geology of the Bull Gap quadrangle, Lincoln County, New Mexico: GSA, Rocky Mountain Section Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 9-11 May.
  17. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Morgan, G.S., and Myers, R.G., 2011, Quaternary stratigraphy and paleontology exposed along Salt Creek, northern Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 33, p. 48-49.
  18. Love, D.W., Heizler, M., Heizler, L., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2011, Petrology and age of the Salinas Peak sill, northern San Andres Mountains, south-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 33, p. 53.
  19. Newton, B.T., Allen, B.D., Land, L.A., Bustos, D., and Kludt, T., 2011, Hydrologic investigation at White Sands National Monument: New Mexico Geology, v. 33, p. 47-48.
  20. Allen, B., Newton, T., Bustos, D., Kludt, T., Carpenter, J., Schneider, K., and Martin, L., 2010, Hydrologic Investigation at White Sands National Monument: Albuquerque Geological Society, Albuquerque, NM, 3 March.
  21. Banks-Richardson, D., Allen, B., and Bixby, R., 2010, Historical changes in diatom and ostracode community composition in Bitter Lake, New Mexico related to changes in hydrological management: UNM Biology Department Research Day, Albuquerque, NM, 2 April.
  22. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2010, Preliminary geologic map of the Capitol Peak SE quadrangle with illustrations of uncommon surficial features, northern Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, NM, 16 April.
  23. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Morgan, G.S., and Myers, R.G., 2010, Contexts of late Pleistocene and Holocene radiocarbon ages, proboscidian, horse camel and bison remains, and uncommon surficial features, northern Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico: Tularosa Basin Conference, Alamagordo, 14-16 May.
  24. Lucas, S.G., Krainer, K., Allen, B.D., Barrick, J.E., and Vachard, D., 2010, Precise age of the Kinney Brick quarry Lagerstätte, Pennsylvanian of the Mananita Mountains, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, NM, 16 April.
  25. Banks-Richardson, D., Allen, B., Tashjian, P., and Bixby, R., 2010, Historical changes in diatom and ostracode community composition in Bitter Lake, New Mexico related to changes in salinity: International Diatom Symposium, St. Paul, MN, 29 August – 3 September.
  26. Allen, B.D., Lucas, S.G., Morgan, G.S., Love, D.W. (speaker), and Myers, R.G., 2009, New perspectives on the geology and paleontology of ice-age Lake Otero, Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico: Tularosa, Tularosa Basin Conference, 8-10May.
  27. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Chamberlin, R.M., , and Haneberg, W.C., 2008, Preliminary interpretation of six years of tiltmeter motions above the flanks of the Socorro Magma Body, central Rio Grande rift: Socorro, New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, 18 April.
  28. Myers, R.G., Allen, B.D., and Love, D.W., 2008, Malpais Spring and Malpais Salt Marsh, northern Tularosa Basin, New Mexico: Socorro, New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, 18 April.
  29. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2008, Gypsum crystal morphologies and diverse accumulations of gypsum and other evaporites in the Tularosa Basin: Socorro, New Mexico Mineral Symposium, 8-9 November.
  30. 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 Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 13 April.
  31. Cather, S.M.. Read, A.S., Krainer, K., Lucas, S.G., Kelley, S.A., Kues, B.S., Allen, B.D., and Timmons, J.M., 2007, Analysis of proximal syntectonic Pennsylvanian deposits yields definitive evidence of major Phanerozoic slip on Picuris–Pecos fault, north-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 13 April.
  32. 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, Cenozoic Vertebrate Track Symposium, Albuquerque, 22 October.
  33. Cather, S.M.. Read, A.S., Krainer, K., Lucas, S.G., Kelley, S.A., Kues, B.S., Allen, B.D., and Timmons, J.M., 2007, Proximal syntectonic deposits yield definitive evidence of major post-Atokan slip on Picuris–Pecos fault, north-central New Mexico: Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, 28-31 October.
  34. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., and Myers, R.G., 2006, Preliminary age of mammal footprints in Pleistocene lake-margin sediments of the Tularosa Basin, south-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 21 April.
  35. Allen, B.D., 2006, Hydrologic response to late Pleistocene climate change, Estancia and Tularosa basins, New Mexico: Albuquerque Geological Society Monthly Meeting, Albuquerque, 1 November.
  36. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., and Myers, R.G., 2006, Late Quaternary gypsic and clastic landforms and facies of the northern Tularosa Basin, New Mexico, respond to climate change: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, 21 April.
  37. Allen, B.D., Love, D.W., and Myers, R.G., 2005, Hydrologic and wetland-habitat response to late Quaternary climate change, northern Tularosa basin, New Mexico, determined by sedimentology and geomorphology: New Mexico Water Research Symposium, Socorro, 16 August.
  38. Myers, R.G., Allen, B.D., and Love, D.W., 2005, Water-quality characteristics of the mound springs complex, White Sands Missile Range, Lincoln County, New Mexico: New Mexico Water Research Symposium, Socorro, 16 August.

  39. Allen, B.D., 2004, Ice Age lakes in New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Symposium on New Mexico's Ice Ages, 2 February.
  40. Allen, B.D., and Shafike, N.B., 2003, Groundwater loss from playa lakes in the Estancia basin, New Mexico: New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute, Symposium on Hydrologic Modeling, Socorro, 12 August.
  41. Love, D.W., Allen, B.D., Chamberlin, R., and Haneberg, W., 2003, First year's data from tiltmeters installed around the margins of historic uplift, centered above the Socorro magma body, Rio Grande rift: New Mexico Geology, v. 25, p. 50-51.
  42. Olig, S.S., Eppes, M.C., Forman, S.L., Love, D.W., and Allen, B.D., 2003, Late Quaternary paleoseismicity of the central Hubbell Spring fault and implications for strain partitioning in the central Rio Grande rift, New Mexico: XVI INQUA Congress, Programs with Abstracts, Desert Research Institute, Reno, p. 107.
  43. Block, S.E., Vinson, D.S., Crossey, L.J., and Allen, B.D., 2001, Biogeochemistry and sedimentary petrology of the shallow alluvial aquifer of the middle Rio Grande bosque, New Mexico: Geological Society of America, 2001 Abstracts With Programs, v.33, no. 5, p. A54.
  44. Block, S.E., Crossey, L.J., and Allen, B.D., 2000, Preliminary biogeochemistry of a shallow alluvial aquifer: A comparison in flooded and non-flooded bosques of the middle Rio Grande, NM: EOS, v. 81, p. F473.
  45. Fawcett, P.J., Anderson, R.Y., Armour, J., and Allen, B.D., 2000, Regional elevational response to glacial and mid-Holocene climate perturbations in New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, p. A473.
  46. Hagan, L., Crossey, L., Groffman, A., and Allen, B., 2000, Evaluation of natural and mining-related sources of metal contamination to the Red River system, northern New Mexico: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, p. A341.
  47. Otahal, J.M., Hagan, L.B., Crossey, L.J., and Allen, B.D., 2000, Alluvial aquifer metal precipitation within a mineralized region, northern New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Spring Meeting, 7 April.
  48. Syed, K.H., Anderson, R.Y., Shafike, N.G., Allen, B.D., and Menking, K.M., 2000, Surface water runoff modeling of Estancia basin, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Spring Meeting, 7 April.
  49. Allen, B.D., Shafike, N.G., Anderson, R.Y., Menking, K.M., Syed, K.H., and Hostetler, S.W., 1999, Evaporation and groundwater dischrge from the Estancia basin playa complex, central New Mexico: EOS, v. 80, p. F408.
  50. Anderson, R.Y., Allen, B.D., Menking, K.M., Shafike, N.G., Syed, K.H., and Hostetler, S.W., 1999, Atmospheric and hydrologic controls on a high resolution lacustrine record of late Pleistocene climate variability, Estancia basin, New Mexico: EOS, v. 80, p. F499.
  51. Hagan, L.B., Crossey, L.J., Allen, B.D., and Groffman, A.R., 1999, Evaluating the environmental impacts to the groundwater and surface-water system of the Red River, northern New Mexico: EOS, v. 80, p. F316.
  52. Hagan, L.B., Groffman, A., Allen, B.D., and Crossey, L, 1999, Investigations into natural and anthropogenic sources of metal contamination, Red River, northern New Mexico: Presented at The Waste-management Education & Research Consortium (WERC) Ninth Annual Conference on the Environment, Albuquerque, NM, 26-29 April.
  53. Anderson, R.Y., Allen, B.D., Menking, K.M., and Hostetler, S.W., 1998, Response of a Large, Shallow Lake to Late Pleistocene Submillennial Climate Perturbations: Estancia Basin, New Mexico: Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 6-10.
  54. Brunsell, N.A., Menking, K.M., Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1998, Atmospheric and hydrologic estimates of evaporation for the Estancia basin playa complex: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, NM, 9 April.
  55. Connell, S.D., Allen, B.D., and Hawley, J.W., 1998, Subsurface stratigraphy, structure, and hydrogeologic framework of the Santa Fe Group from borehole geophysical logs, northern Albuquerque basin, New Mexico: Middle Rio Grande Basin Study Workshop, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 10-11 February.
  56. Connell, S.D., Allen, B.D., and Hawley, J.W., 1998, Subsurface stratigraphy, structure, and hydrogeologic framework of the Santa Fe Group from borehole geophysical logs, northern Albuquerque basin, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, NM, 9 April.
  57. Hudson, M., Mikolas, M., Allen, B., and Geissman, J., 1998, Paleomagnetic and rock magnetic studies of upper Santa Fe: goals and preliminary results: Middle Rio Grande Basin Study Workshop, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 10-11 February.
  58. Mikolas, M., Geissman, J.W., Hudson, M., and Allen, B.D., 1998, Preliminary paleomagnetic / rock magnetic study of the Santa Fe Group in the 98th Street core, Albuquerque basin, New Mexico: Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 6-10.
  59. Rogers, J.B., Allen, B.D., Anderson, R.Y., and Loveland, T.A., 1998, Preliminary hydrologic data and trends in the vicinity of a groundwater-discharge playa, Estancia basin playa complex, central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Socorro, NM, 9 April.
  60. Stone, B.D., and Allen, B.D., 1998, 98th Street core hole: analysis of lithofacies of the central part of the Middle Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico: Middle Rio Grande Basin Study Workshop, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 10-11 February.
  61. Allen, B.D., Rogers, J.B., Anderson, R.Y., and Loveland, T.A., 1997, Comparison of atmospheric and hydrologic estimates of groundwater discharge and evaporation for the Estancia basin playa complex, central NM (Part II): American Geophysical Union, 1997 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 8-12 December.
  62. Menking, K., Allen, B.D., Anderson, R.Y., and Loveland, T.A., 1997, Linking atmospheric and paleoclimatic records, Lake Estancia, NM: Fourteenth Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, Santa Catalina Island, CA, April 6-9.
  63. Menking, K.M., Ellwein, A.L., Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1997, Comparison of atmospheric and hydrologic estimates of groundwater discharge and evaporation for the Estancia basin playa complex, central NM (Part I): American Geophysical Union, 1997 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 8-12 December.
  64. Allen, B.D., 1996, The late Pleistocene climate record from Estancia basin, New Mexico: Presentation to the Albququerque Geologic Society, 6 October.
  65. Allen, B.D., 1996, Late Quaternary climate change in southwestern North America: Evidence from Estancia basin: Keynote paper for 1997 Institute for Tertiary-Quaternary Studies (TERQUA) Symposium, Alva, Oklahoma, 21-22 March.
  66. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1996, Correlation of climate shifts at high latitudes with episodes of moisture transport across western North America: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, p. A231.
  67. Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1996, Evidence for geomorphic responses to abrupt stadial/interstadial climate events in the American Southwest: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, p. A425.
  68. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1996, Correlation of climate shifts at high latitudes with episodes of moisture transport across western North America: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, p. A231.
  69. Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1996, Evidence for geomorphic responses to abrupt stadial/interstadial climate events in the American Southwest: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, p. A425.
  70. Allen, B.D., 1996, The late Pleistocene climate record from Estancia basin, New Mexico: Presentation to the Albququerque Geologic Society, October 6.
  71. Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1996, Geomorphic evidence for an extreme climate episode in the American Southwest (Younger Dryas): Paper presented at the Thirteenth Annual PACLIM Workshop, Pacific Grove, CA, April 14-17.
  72. Rowe, H.D., Allen, B.D., Geissman, J.W., and Anderson, R.Y., 1996, A comparison of the paleosecular variation record from late Pleistocene Lake Estancia with other records from western North America: Paper presented at the Thirteenth Annual PACLIM Workshop, Pacific Grove, CA, April 14-17.
  73. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., and Yapp, C.J., 1995, Multiple-proxy lacustrine record of moisture transport over western North America from 24 to 12 kyrs BP, Lake Estancia, New Mexico, in C.M. Isaacs and V.L. Tharp, Eds., Proceedings of the twelfth annual PACLIM Workshop, 2-5 May: Interagency Ecological Program, Technical Report 46, California Department of Water Resources, p. 237.
  74. Rowe, H.D., Geissman, J.W., Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1995, A Rock-magnetic and geomagnetic secular variation record from late Pleistocene Lake Estancia, New Mexico, in C.M. Isaacs and V.L. Tharp, Eds., Proceedings of the twelfth annual PACLIM Workshop, 2-5 May: Interagency Ecological Program, Technical Report 46, California Department of Water Resources, p. 239.
  75. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1995, Field guide to Estancia Basin, NM: Compiled for PAGES, PEP-I (Americas) Transect Science Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, January 19-21.
  76. Rowe, H.D., Allen, B.D., Geissman, J.W., and Anderson, R.Y., 1995, Rock-magnetic and paleomagnetic results from late Pleistocene Lake Estancia, New Mexico: Presented at PAGES, PEP-I (Americas) Transect Science Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, January 19-21.
  77. Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1994, Large and abrupt changes in continental climate in western North America during the last glacial maximum: Presented at Alfred Wegener Conference on Climate Dynamics Recorded in Long Continental High-Resolution Time Series Since the Last Interglacial, Potsdam, Germany.
  78. Allen, B.D., Anderson, R.Y., Gardner, J.V., and Dean, W.E., 1994, Abrupt shifts in Stage II climate: Evidence for linkage between eastern Pacific and western North America: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, p. A255.
  79. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1994, Century- and millenium-scale stream discharge and lake-freshening events in American Southwest during last glacial maximum: Eos, v. 75, p. 333.
  80. Rowe, H.D., Geissman, J.W., Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1994, Magnetic characteristics and relative paleointensity record from sediments of late Pleistocene Lake Estancia, New Mexico: Eos, v. 75, p. 186.
  81. Anderson, R.Y., and Allen, B.D., 1993, Century-scale pulsations in delivery of Pacific moisture to the interior of North America: Paper presented at the Tenth Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, Asilomar, CA, April 4-7.
  82. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1991, Century-scale climatic oscillation in the American Southwest during the last glacial maximum: evidence from paleo-Lake Estancia, NM: Eos, v. 72, p. 173.
  83. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1989, Time-equivalent millennial shifts in marine, ice, and mid-continent lacustrine climate records: Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, Asilomar, CA, March 22-25.
  84. Allen, B.D., and Anderson, R.Y., 1989, Decadal to Millennial climate variability in lacustrine deposits from central New Mexico, 18,000 to 9,000 yrs B.P.: EOS, v. 70, p.1129.
  85. Allen, B.D., and Lucas, S.G., 1988, Triassic stratigraphy near Lamy, Santa Fe county, New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 10, p. 64.
  86. Lucas, S.G., Keitzke, K.K., Hayden, S.N., and Allen, B.D., 1988, Triassic strata in the Hubbel Springs fault zone, Valencia county, New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 10, p. 11.
  87. Lucas, S.G., Allen, B.D., and Hayden, S.N., 1987, Type section of the Triassic Correo Sandstone Bed, Chinle Formation, Cibola county, NM: New Mexico Journal of Science, v. 27, p. 87-93.