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Dr. John Hawley

Selected Publications

  1. Connell, S.D., Hawley, J.W., and Love, D.W., 2005, Late Cenozoic drainage development in the southeastern Basin and Range of New Mexico, southeasternmost Arizona and western Texas, in Lucas, S. G., Morgan, G., and Zeigler, K.E., eds., 2005, New Mexico’s Ice Ages: New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin No. 28, p. 125-150.
  2. Gile, L.H. and Hawley, J.W., 1966, Periodic sedimentation and soil formation on an alluvial-fan piedmont in southern New Mexico: Soil Science Society of America Proceedings, v. 30, p. 261-268.
  3. Gile, L.H., Hawley, J.W., and Grossman, R.B., 1981, Soils and geomorphology in the Basin and Range area of southern New Mexico—Guidebook to the Desert Project: NM Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Memoir 39, 222 p. (1983 GSA Kirk Bryan Award recipients***)
  4. Gile, L. H., Hawley, J. W., Grossman, R. B., Monger, H. C., Montoya, C. E., and Mack, G. H., 1995, Supplement to the Desert Project Guidebook, with emphasis on soil micromorphology: NM Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Bulletin 142, 96 p.
  5. Hawley, J.W., 1969, Notes on the geomorphology and late Cenozoic geology of northwestern Chihuahua: N. M. Geological Society Guidebook 20, p. 131-142.
  6. Hawley, J.W., compiler, 1978, Guidebook to Rio Grande Rift in New Mexico and Colorado: NM Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Circular 163, 241 p.
  7. Hawley, J.W., 1986, Physiographic provinces [and] landforms of New Mexico, in Williams, J.L., ed., New Mexico in Maps (2nd edition): The University of New Mexico Press, p. 23-31.
  8. Hawley, J.W., 1993, The Ogallala and Gatuña Formations in the southeastern New Mexico region: NM Geological Society Guidebook 44, p. 261-269.
  9. Hawley, J.W., 2005, Five million years of landscape evolution in New Mexico: An overview based on two centuries of geomorphic conceptual-model development, in Lucas, S.G., et al., eds., New Mexico’s Ice Ages: New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin No. 28, p. 9-93.
  10. Hawley, J.W., and Kennedy, J.F., 2004, Creation of a digital hydrogeologic framework model of the Mesilla Basin and southern Jornada del Muerto Basin: N. M. Water Resources Research Institute, NMSU; prepared for Lower Rio Grande Water Users Organization; Technical Completion Report 332, 105 p., with CD ROM including 2005Addendum extendingmodelintoRinconValleyand adjacent areas.
  11. Hawley, J.W., and Kernodle, J.M., 2000, Overview of the hydrogeology and geohydrology of the northern Rio Grande basin—Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas, in Proceedings of the 44th Annual New Mexico Water Conference: NM Water Resources Research Institute, Rpt. 312, p. 79-102.
  12. Hawley, J.W., and Kernodle, J.M., 2008, Early contributions to arid-zone hydrogeology in the eastern Basin and Range region: Ground Water, v. 46, no. 3, p. 510-516.
  13. Hawley, J.W. and Longmire, P.A., 1992, Perspectives on waste disposal in arid lands: Site characterization and selection, in Reith, C.C. and Thomson, B.M., eds., Deserts as Dumps? The disposal of hazardous materials in arid ecosystems: Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, p. 57-99.
  14. 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, W., eds., Environmental Geology and Hydrology in New Mexico: N.M. Geological Society, Special Publication 10, p. 1-10.
  15. Hawley, J.W. and Love, D.W., 1991, Quaternary and Neogene landscape evolution: A transect across the Colorado Plateau and Basin and Range Provinces in west-central and central New Mexico: N. M. Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Bulletin 137, p. 105-148.
  16. Hawley, J.W. and Wilson, W.E., III, 1965, Quaternary geology of the Winnemucca area, Nevada: Desert Research Institute, Univ. of Nevada, Technical Report 5, 66 p.
  17. Hawley, J.W., Bachman, G.O., and Manley, K., 1976, Quaternary stratigraphy of Basin and Range and Great Plains provinces, New Mexico and Western Texas; in Mahaney, W.C., ed., Quaternary Stratigraphy of North America: Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Stoudsburg, PA, p. 235-274.
  18. Hawley, J.W., Haase, C.S., and Lozinsky, R.P., 1995, An underground view of the Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico, in Proceedings of the 39th Annual New Mexico Water Conference, NM Water Resources Research Institute, Rpt. 290, p. 37-55.
  19. Hawley, J.W., Kennedy, J.F., and Creel, B.J., 2001, The Mesilla Basin aquifer system of New Mexico, West Texas and Chihuahua—an overview of its hydrogeolgic framework and related aspects of groundwater flow and chemistry, in Aquifers of West Texas: Texas Water Development Board Report 356, p. 76-99.
  20. Hawley, J.W., McCraw, D.J., Love, D.W., and Connell, S.D., 2005, Map of surficial materials of New Mexico [with emphasis on major Quaternary and Pliocene units]: New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources, Open-File Report 462, scale 1:500,000, available on CD-ROM.
  21. Hawley, J.W., Kottlowski, F.E., Strain, W.S., Seager, W.R., King, W.E., and LeMone, D.V., 1969, The Santa Fe Group in the south-central New Mexico border region: NM Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Circular 104, p. 52-76.
  22. Hawley, J.W., Hibbs, B.J., Kennedy, J. F., Creel, B.J., Remmenga, M.D., Johnson, M., Lee, M. M., and Dinterman, P., 2000, Trans-International Boundary aquifers in southwestern New Mexico: N. M. Water Resources Research Institute; prepared for USEPA-Region 6 and USIBWC; Technical Completion Report—Interagency Contract X-996350-01-3, 126 p.
  23. King, W.E., Hawley, J.W., Taylor, A., and Wilson, R., 1971, Geology and ground-water resources of central and western Doña Ana County, New Mexico: NM Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Hydrologic Report 1, 64 p.
  24. Love, D.W., 2005, Dedication to John Hawley, in Lucas, S. G., et al., eds., 2005, New Mexico’s Ice Ages: New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Bulletin No. 28, p. 1-8.
  25. Lucas, S. G., and Hawley, J. W., 2002, The Otero Formation, Pleistocene lacustrine strata in the Tularosa Basin, southern New Mexico: N. M. Geological Soc. Guidebook 53, p. 277-283.
  26. Pazzaglia, F.J., and Hawley, J.W., 2004, Neogene (rift flank) and Quaternary geology and geomorphology; in Mack, G.H., and Giles, K.J., eds., The Geology of New Mexico: A geologic history: New Mexico Geological Society, Special Publication 11, p. 407-438.
  27. 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 sediments in the Rio Puerco drainage, Grants Uranium region, New Mexico: Environmental Geology and Water Science, v. 11, no. 3, p. 253-269.
  28. Sandor, J.A., Hawley, J. W., Schiowitz, R.H., and Gersper, P.L., 2008, Soil-geomorphic setting and change in prehistoric agricultural terraces in the Mimbres area, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook 59, p. 167-175.
  29. Seager, W.R., Hawley, J.W., Kottlowski, F.E., and Kelley, S.A., 1987, Geology of east half of Las Cruces and northeast El Paso 1o x 2o sheets, New Mexico: NM Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Geologic Map 57, scale: 1:125,000.