Chronological Listing of All Theses and Dissertations in USU Geology
  1. Cooley, Lavell I., 1928, The Devonian of the Bear River Range, Utah. [Link to Digital Copy]
  2. Peterson, Vic E., 1936, The Geology of a part of the Bear River Range and some relationships that it bears  with the rest of the range: 71 p., 5 plates (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  3. Young, J. Llewellyn, 1939, Glaciation in the Logan Quadrangle, Utah: 79 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  4. Maxey, George Burke, 1941, Cambrian stratigraphy in the northern Wasatch region: 64 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  5. Hanson, Alvin N., 1942, Phosphate deposits in western Summit, Wasatch, Salt Lake, Morgan, and Weber Counties, Utah: 44 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams) 
  6. Yolton, James S., 1943, The Dry Lake section of the Brazer Formation: 29 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  7. Ezell, Robert L., 1953, Geology of the Rendezvous Peak area, Cache and Box Elder Counties, Utah: 50 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  8. Adamson, Robert D., 1955, The Salt Lake Group in Cache Valley, Utah and Idaho: 59 p. (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  9. Haynie, Anthon V., Jr., 1957, The Worm Creek Quartzite Member of the St. Charles Formation, Utah-Idaho: 39 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  10. Prammani, Prapath, 1957, Geology of the east-central part of the Malad Range, Idaho: 60 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  11. Beus, Stanley S., 1958, Geology of the northern part of Wellsville Mountain, northern Wasatch Range, Utah: 84 p., 1 plate (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  12. Gelnett, Ronald H., 1958, Geology of the southern part of Wellsville Mountain, Wasatch Range, Utah: 72 p., 1 plate (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  13. Willard, Allen D., 1959, Surficial geology of Bear Lake Valley, Utah. [Link to Digital Copy]
  14. Hafen, Preston L., 1961, Geology of the Sharp Mountain area, southern part of the Bear River Range, Utah: 72 p. (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  15. Murdock, Clair N., 1961, Geology of the Weston Canyon area, Bannock Range, Idaho: 57 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  16. Adams, O. Clair, 1962, Geology of the Summer Ranch and North Promontory Mountains, Utah: 57 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  17. Sanders, David T., 1962, The mineral resources of the Sevier River drainage, central Utah: 60 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  18. Van De Graaff, Frederic, 1962, Upper Cretaceous stratigraphy of the central part of Utah: 107 p. (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  19. Taylor, Michael E., 1963, The Lower Devonian Water Canyon Formation of northeastern Utah: 63 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  20. Hansen, Steven C., 1964, Geology of the southwestern part of the Randolph Quadrangle, Utah-Wyoming: 50 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  21. Williams, Edmund J., 1964, Geomorphic features and history of the lower part of Logan Canyon, Utah: 64 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  22. King, Harley D., 1965, Paleozoic stratigraphy of the James Peak Quadrangle, Utah: 62 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  23. Smith, Robert B., 1965, Geology of the Monte Cristo area, Bear River Range, Utah: 77 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  24. Budge, David R., 1966, Stratigraphy of the Laketown Dolostone, north-Central Utah: 86 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  25. Axtell, Drew C., 1967, Geology of the northern part of the Malad Range, Idaho: 65 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  26. Wach, Phillip H.  1967, Geology of the west-central part of the Malad Range, Idaho: 71 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  27. Buenaventura, Alfredo Capistrano, 1968, Geologic feasibility of dam and reservoir sites, Blacksmith Fork Canyon, Utah: 50 p., 4 Plates (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  28. Maw, G. Glayde, 1968, Lake Bonneville history in Cutler Dam Quadrangle, Cache and Box Elder Counties, Utah: 58 p., 1 plate. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks, Jr.). [Link to Digital Copy]
  29. Davidson, Dean F., 1969, Some aspects of geochemistry and mineralogy of Bear Lake sediments, Utah-Idaho: 67 p. (Adv: R.L. Kerns)
  30. Davis, Clinton L., 1969, Structural geology of southeastern margin of Bear River Range, Idaho: 68 p., 2 plates (Adv: C.T. Hardy). [Link to Digital Copy]
  31. Dover, R. Joseph, 1969, Paleoecology of the lowermost part of the Jurassic Carmel Formation, San Rafael Swell, Emery County, Utah: 75 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  32. Eliason, James F., 1969, The Hyrum and Beirdneau Formations of north-central Utah and southeastern Idaho: 86 p. (Adv: J.S. Williams)
  33. VanDorston, Philip L., 1969, Environmental analysis of the Swan Peak Formation in the Bear River Range, north-central Utah and southeastern Idaho: 126 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  34. Galloway, Cheryl Leora, 1970, Structural geology of eastern part of the Smithfield Quadrangle, Utah: 115 p., 2 plates (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  35. McClurg, Larry W., 1970, Source rocks and sediments in drainage area of North Eden Creek, Bear Lake Plateau, Utah-Idaho: 84 p., 2 plates (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.). [Link to Digital Copy]
  36. Raymond, Larry C., 1971, Structural geology of the Oxford Peak area, Bannock Range, Idaho: 48 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  37. Francis, George Gregory, 1972, Stratigraphy and environmental analysis of the Swan Peak Formation and Eureka Quartzite, northern Utah: 125 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  38. Howes, Ronald C., 1972, Geology of the Wildcat Hills, Utah: 43 p., 2 plates (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  39. Schulingkamp, Waren J., II, 1972, Petrology of the Ordovician Swan Peak Formation, southeastern Idaho and north-central Utah: 118 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  40. Willard, Parry D., 1972, Tertiary igneous rocks of northeastern Cache Valley, Idaho: 54 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  41. Biesinger, James C., 1973, Mineral and chemical content of the deep-water sediment sequences of Bear Lake, Utah-Idaho: 105 p. (Adv: R.L. Kerns)
  42. Bilbey, Sue Ann, 1973, Petrology and geochemistry of the Morrison Formation, Dinosaur Quarry Quadrangle, Utah: 102 p. (Adv: R.L. Kerns)
  43. Burton, Steven Mark, 1973, Structural geology of the northern part of Clarkston Mountain, Malad Range, Utah-Idaho: 54 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  44. James, Wm. Calvin, 1973, Petrology and regional relationships of the Ordovician Kinnikinic Formation and equivalents, central and southern Idaho: 268 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  45. Mecham, Brent H., 1973, Petrography and geochemistry of the Fish Haven Formation and lower part of the Laketown Formation, Bear River Range, Utah: 64 p. (Adv: R.L. Kerns)
  46. Gardiner, Larry L., 1974, Environmental analysis of the Upper Cambrian Nounan Formation,Bear River Range and Wellsville Mountain, north-central Utah: 121 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  47. Spalding, James Simon, 1974, Phosphate exploration and property evaluation in southeastern Idaho: illustrated by the Dry Valley Area: 132 p., 3 plates (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  48. Blau, Jan G., 1975, Geology of southern part of the James Peak Quadrangle, Utah: 55 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  49. Chappelle, John C., 1975, Mineralization in the Bear River Range, Utah-Idaho: 63 p., 1 plate? (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  50. French, Don E., 1975, Geology and mineralization of the southeastern part of the Black Pine Mountains, Cassia County, Idaho: 69 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  51. Fuller, Richard H., 1975, Some aspects of geochemistry of the water and sediment of Bear Lake, Idaho-Utah: 69 p. (Adv: R.L. Kerns)
  52. Gray, Wayland E., 1975, Structural geology of the southern part of Clarkston Mountain, Malad Range, Utah: 43 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  53. Mendenhall, Arthur J., 1975, Structural geology of eastern part of Richmond and western part of Naomi Park Quadrangles, Utah-Idaho: 45 p., 2 plates (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  54. Shearer, Jay Nevin, 1975, Structural geology of eastern part of the Malad Summit Quadrangle, Idaho: 82 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  55. Wakeley, Lillian Donley, 1975, Petrology of the upper Nounan-Worm Creek sequence, Upper Cambrian Nounan and St. Charles Formations, southeast Idaho:  127 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  56. DeGraff, Jerome Vernon, 1976, Quaternary geomorphic features of the Bear River Range, north-central Utah: (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  57. Sprinkel, Douglas A., 1976, Structural geology of Cutler Dam Quadrangle and northern part of Honeyville Quadrangle, Utah: (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  58. Thomas, William Dennis, 1976, Dikes of the Clear Creek area, Wasatch Plateau, Utah: 73 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.R. Olsen)
  59. De Vries, George A., 1977, Structural geology of the southern part of Elkhorn Mountain, Bannock Range, Idaho: 91 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  60. Miller, Judith M., 1977, Growth-form analysis and paleoecology of the corals of the Lower Mississippian Lodgepole Formation, Bear River Range, north-central Utah: 166 p., 1 plate (Adv: R.R. Alexander)
  61. Sweide, Alan P., 1977,  Synecology and faunal succession of the Upper Mississippian Great Blue Limestone, Bear River Range and Wellsville Mountain, north-central Utah: 152 p., 1 plate (Adv: R.R. Alexander)
  62. Chatelain, Edward Ellis, 1978, Autecology of selected genera of Mississippian, Permian and Triassic ammonoids:  analysis of coiling geometries: 168 p. (Adv: R.R. Alexander)
  63. Robertson, George C., III, 1978, Surficial deposits and geologic history, northern Bear Lake Valley, Idaho: 91 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  64. Mayer, Jerrold N., 1979, Structural geology of the northern part of Oxford Quadrangle, Idaho: 76 p., 2 plates (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  65. Perkins, William D., 1979, Petrology and mineralogy of Quaternary basalts, Gem Valley and adjacent Bear River Range, southeastern Idaho: 91 p. (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  66. Rauzi, Steven L., 1979, Structural geology of eastern part of James Peak Quadrangle and western part of Sharp Mountain Quadrangle, Utah: 73 p., 2 plates (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  67. Kohler, James F., 1980, Geology, characteristics, and resource potential of the low-temperature geothermal system near Midway, Wasatch County, Utah: 53 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  68. Russell, Scott Lewis, 1980, Growth, morphology, habit and habitat of selected brachiopod and mollusc species from the Mead Peak Member of the Phosphoria Formation, Permian, northeastern Utah-southeastern Idaho-southwestern Wyoming: 155 p., 1 plate (Adv: R.R. Alexander)
  69. Smith, Kent W., 1980, Structure and petrology of Tertiary volcanic rocks near Etna, Utah: 83 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  70. Conrad, Keith T., 1981, Petrology of the Arumbera Sandstone, Late Proterozoic(?)-Early Cambrian, north-eastern Amadeus Basin, Central Australia: 289 p. (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  71. Hines, Gary Keith, 1981, Faunal succession and depositional environments within the Lodgepole Limestone (Early Mississippian), of Samaria Mt., Idaho: 118 p., 2 plates (Adv: R.R. Alexander)
  72. Puchy, Barbara J., 1981, Mineralogy and petrology of lava flows (Tertiary-Quaternary) in southeastern Idaho and at Black Mt., Rich County, Utah: 73 p. (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  73. Rich, Thomas B., 1981, Growth-form analysis and paleoecology of the corals of the Late Ordovician through Mid-Silurian Fish Haven and Laketown Formations, Bear River Range, north-central Utah: 209 p., 1 plate (Adv: R.R. Alexander)
  74. Zelazek, David Paul, 1981, Petrology of the Middle Cambrian Blacksmith Formation, southeastern Idaho and northernmost Utah: 132 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  75. Buterbaugh, Gary Jay, 1982, Petrology of the Lower Middle Cambrian Langston Formation, north-central Utah and southeastern Idaho: 166 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  76. de Vries, Janet L., 1982, Evaluation of low-temperature geothermal potential in Cache Valley, Utah:  96 p., 2 plates.  (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  77. Fairbanks, Paul E., 1982, Chemical changes in groundwater of northern Utah Valley, Utah: 82 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  78. Greenman, Elizabeth R., 1982, Petrology and mineralogy of Tertiary volcanic rocks in the vicinity of the Rozel Hills and Black Mountains, Box Elder County, Utah: 75 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  79. Hare, E. Matthew, 1982, Structure and petrography of the Tertiary volcanic rocks between Death Creek and Dairy Valley Creek (Box Elder Co.), Utah: 64 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  80. Hay, Howard William, Jr., 1982, Petrology of the Middle Cambrian Blacksmith Formation, north-central Utah: 157 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  81. Davis, Matthew C., 1984, Evaluation of low-temperature potential in north-central Box Elder County, Utah: 130 p., 7 plates  (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  82. Deputy, Edward James, 1984, Petrology of the Middle Cambrian Ute Formation, north-central Utah and southeastern Idaho: 124 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  83. Olesen, Marc H., 1984, Structure and petrology of Tertiary volcanic rocks in parts of Toms Cabin Spring and Dairy Valley Quadrangles (Box Elder Co.), Utah: 84 p., 1 plate (D.W. Fiesinger)
  84. Raubvogel, David R., 1984, Petrology of the Middle Jurassic Twin Creek Limestone, Lincoln and Sublette Counties, southwestern Wyoming: 187 p., 2 plates (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  85. Scarbrough, Bruce E., 1984, Structure and petrology of Tertiary volcanic rocks in parts of Toms Cabin Spring and Lucin NW Quadrangles (Box Elder Co.), Utah: 77 p., 1 plate (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  86. Boss, Steven K., 1985, Parameters controlling sediment composition of Modern and Pleistocene Jamaican reefs: 101 p. (Adv: W.D. Liddell)
  87. Crook, Stephen R., 1985, Structural geology of the northern part of Elkhorn Mountain, Bannock Range, Idaho: 79 p., 1 plate (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  88. Deckelman, James A., 1985, The petrology of the Early Middle Cambrian Giles Creek and Upper Chandler Formations, northeastern Amadeus Basin, Central Australia: 173 p., 9 plates (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  89. Hamp, Lonn P., 1985, The petrology of the Late Proterozoic(?)-Early Cambrian Arumbera Sandstone, western MacDonnell Ranges, north-central Amadeus Basin, central Australia: 306 p., 1 plate (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  90. Kienast, Val A., 1985, Structural geology of eastern part of Dairy Ridge Quadrangle and western part of Meachum Ridge Quadrangle, Utah: 41 p., 2 plates (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  91. Schirmer, Tad William, 1985, Sequential thrusting beneath the Willard Thrust fault, Wasatch Mountains, Ogden, Utah: 109 p., 7 plates (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  92. Shearer-Fullerton, Amanda, 1985, The petrology and mineralogy of Tertiary(?) olivine trachyte in the Harrington Peak Quadrangle, southeastern Idaho: 62 p. (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  93. Voit, Roland L., 1985, Petrology and mineralogy of Tertiary(?) volcanic rocks west and southwest of Kelton (Box Elder Co.), Utah: 90 p. (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  94. Wang, Yunshuen, 1985, Petrology and mineralogy of Tertiary(?) volcanic rocks of the Snowville Area, Utah, and Tertiary-Quaternary(?) volcanic rocks of Table Mountain and Holbrook areas, Idaho: 83 p. (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  95. Green, Douglas A., 1986, Structural geology of the central part of Clarkston Mountain, Malad Range, Utah: 1 plate, 55 p. (Adv: C.T. Hardy)
  96. Nelson, Craig V., 1986, Sedimentological characterization and foraminiferal distribution of a Holocene island slope (133-236m), north Jamaica: 144 p. (Adv: W.D. Liddell)
  97. Phillips, Johnnie O., Jr., 1986, Petrology of the Late Proterozoic(?) - Early Cambrian Arumbera Sandstone and the Late Proterozoic Quandong Conglomerate, east-central Amadeus Basin, central Australia: 403 p., 11 plates (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  98. Robison, Robert M., 1986, The surficial geology and neotectonics of Hansel Valley, Box Elder County, Utah: 120 p., 1 plate (Adv: J.P. McCalpin)
  99. Wuerch, Helmuth V., III, 1986, Diagenesis and water chemistry of the Woodbine Group in the East Texas Basin: 129 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  100. Kerr, Steven B., 1987, Petrology of Pliocene(?) basalts of Curlew Valley (Box Elder Co.), Utah: 2 plates, 84 p. (Adv: D.W. Fiesinger)
  101. Lowe, Michael V., 1987, Surficial geology of the Smithfield Quadrangle, Cache County, Utah: 143 p., 2 plates (Adv: J.P. McCalpin)
  102. Rice, John B., Jr., 1987, Spatial and temporal landslide distribution and hazard evaluation analyzed by photogeologic mapping and relative dating techniques, Salt River Range, Wyoming: 1 plate, 129 p. (Adv: J.P. McCalpin)
  103. Rice, Karen C., 1987, Hydrogeology and hydrogeochemistry of springs in Mantua Valley and vicinity, north-central Utah: 2 plates, 113 p. (Adv: J.P. McCalpin)
  104. Rogers, Daniel T., 1987, Petrology of the Middle Cambrian Langston and Ute Formations in southeastern Idaho: 208 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  105. Garr, John D., 1988, Quaternary geology and tectonic geomorphology of the Pocatello Valley area, Idaho-Utah: 115 p., 1 plate (Adv: J. P. McCalpin)
  106. Morgan, Susan K., 1988, Petrology of passive-margin epeiric sea sediments: the Garden City Formation, north-central Utah: 168 p. (Adv: P.T. Kolesar)
  107. Birch, Mark U., 1989, Groundwater flow and thermal regimes near cooling igneous plutons: influence of surface topography: 87 p. (Adv: Craig B. Forster)
  108. Hall, Mark C., 1989, Origin and evolution of dolostone in the Middle Cambrian Langston Formation, northern Utah: 109 p. (Adv: Peter T. Kolesar)
  109. Neves, Douglas S., 1989, Footwall deformation and structural analysis of the footwall of the Willard Thrust Fault, northern Wasatch Range, Utah: 128 p. (Adv: James P. Evans)
  110. DuBois, Mark A., 1990, Laramide deformation in Precambrian granitic rocks, northeastern Wind River Range, Wyoming: 194 p. (Adv: James P. Evans)
  111. Brummer, Jon E., 1991, Origins of low-angle normal faults along the west side of the Bear River Range in northern Utah: 103 p., 3 plates (Adv. James P. Evans)
  112. Doremus, Llyn, 1992, Spatial and temporal variations of the Pilot Valley playa interpreted from remotely sensed images: 141 p., 1 plate (Adv: Craig B. Forster)
  113. Elder, Ann Schaffer, 1992, The paleoecology and geomorphology of Holocene deposits of the southern Malad River, Box Elder County, Utah: 57 p. (Adv: W. David Liddell)
  114. Novak, Matthew J., 1992, Sedimentology and community structure of reefs of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico: 96 p. (Adv: W. David Liddell)
  115. Warren, Gregory A., 1992, Quaternary geology and neotectonics of southern Star Valley and the southwest flank of the Salt River Range, western Wyoming: 96 p., 3 plates (Adv. James P. McCalpin)
  116. El-Bihery, M. A., 1993, Hydrogeology and hydrogeochemistry of the Delta Wadi El-Arish area, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt: 149 p. (Adv: Thomas E. Lachmar)
  117. Goddard, James V., 1993, Internal deformation, evolution, and fluid flow in basement-involved thrust faults, northwestern Wyoming: 145 p. (Adv: James P. Evans)
  118. Hammond, Brian F., 1994, The tectonic evolution of the Panther Creek half-graben in east-central Idaho: 101 p., 3 plates (Adv. Susanne U. Janecke)
  119. Kendrick, Richard D., 1994, Magnitude of displacement and styles of deformation on the Paris and Laketown thrust faults, northern Utah: 140 p., 3 plates (Adv: James P. Evans)
  120. Zhang, Liping, 1994, Sedimentology and foraminiferal taphonomy in siliclastic environments: the northern Gulf of California: 107 p. (Adv: W. David Liddell)
  121. Gadt, Jeffrey W., 1994, Hydrogeology and hydrochemistry of the east-central portion of the Salt Lake Valley, Utah, as applied to wellhead protection in a confined to semiconfined aquifer: 151 p. (Adv: Thomas E. Lachmar)
  122. Hadlock, Gregg L., 1995, Groundwater and surface-water interactions along lower Medano Creek, Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Colorado: 80 p. (Adv: Thomas E. Lachmar)
  123. Jones, Alan V., 1995, Analysis of perched groundwater bodies beneath the radioactive waste management complex at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory: 101 p. (Adv: Thomas E. Lachmar)
  124. Stilwell, Karen B., 1995, Late Quaternary glacial geology, shoreline morphology, and tephrochronology of the Iliamna/Naknek/Brooks Lake area, southwestern Alaska: 162 p. (Adv: Darrell S. Kaufman)
  125. Jones, L. C. Allen, 1995, The Quaternary geology of the eastern side of the Greys River Valley and the neotectonics of the Greys River fault in western Wyoming: 116p., 7 plates (Adv. James P. McCalpin)
  126. Thompson, Caleb H., 1996, Pre-late-Wisconsin glacial history of the Naknek River Valley, southwestern Alaska: 90 p. (Adv: D.S. Kaufman)
  127. Hochberg, Amy, 1996, Aminostratigraphy of Thatcher Basin, southeastern Idaho: reassessment of Pleistocene lakes: 107 p. (Adv: D.S. Kaufman)
  128. Eagan, Keith E., 1996, Paeoenvironmental and stratigraphic interpretation of the Middle Cambrian Ute Formation, northern Utah: 203 p. (Adv: W.D. Liddell)
  129. Hadley, Heidi K., 1996, Hydrochemical definition of ground water and surface water, with an emphasis on the origin of the ground-water salinity in southern Juab Valley, Juab County, Utah: 113 p. (Adv: Peter T. Kolesar)
  130. Brown, Clint M., 1996, Structural analysis of the Mitten Park reverse fault and related deformation in Dinosaur National Monument, northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah: 112 p. (Adv.: James P. Evans)
  131. Leschin, Michael F., 1997, A hydrogeochemical study of the evolution of the headwaters of the Bear River in the Uinta Mountains, Utah: 137 p. (Adv: Peter T. Kolesar)
  132. Bouchard, David P., 1997, Quaternary Bear River paleohydrogeography reconstructed from the 87Sr/86Sr composition of lacustrine fossils: 83 p. (Adv: Darrell S. Kaufman)
  133. Grams, Paul E., 1997, Geomorphology of the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument: 140 p. (Adv: John C. (Jack) Schmidt, Dept. of Geography & Earth Resources)
  134. VanDenburg, Colby J., 1997, Cenozoic tectonic and paleogeographic evolution of the Horse Prairie half-graben, southwest Montana: 152 p., 2 plates (Adv: Susanne U. Janecke)
  135. Smith, Kristine A., 1997, Stratigraphy, geochronology, and tectonics of the Salt Lake Formation (Tertiary) of southern Cache Valley, Utah: 245 p., 3 plates (Adv: R.Q. Oaks Jr.)
  136. Schulz, Steven E., 1997, Geochemical, petrologic, and structural characterization at multiple scales of deformation associated with the Punchbowl Fault, southern California: 150 p. (Adv: J.P. Evans)
  137. Bigelow, Jeffrey, 1998, Quaternary amino acid geochronology of the Lahontan Basin, Nevada, and the Chewaucan Basin, Oregon: 133 p. (Adv: D.S. Kaufman)
  138. Lim, Siang Joo, 1998, Small strike-slip faults in granitic rock: Implications for three-dimensional models: 135 p. (Adv: J.P. Evans)
  139. Robeson, Kim R., 1998, Three-dimensional structure of small strike-slip fault zones in granitic rock: Implications for fault-growth models: 206 p., 4 plates (Adv: J.P. Evans)
  140. Briner, Jason P., 1998, Late Pleistocene glacial chronology of the western Ahklun Mountains, southwest  Alaska: 116 p. (Adv: D.S. Kaufman)
  141. Blankenau, James J., 1999, Cenozoic structural and stratigraphic evolution of the southeastern Salmon Basin, east-central Idaho: 143 p. 3 plates (Adv: S.U. Janecke)
  142. Goessel, Kathryn M., 1999, Tertiary stratigraphy and structural geology, Wellsville Mountains to Junction Hills, north-central Utah: 220 p. 4 plates (Adv: R.Q. Oaks, Jr.)
  143. Robinson, J. Mike, 1999, Chemical and hydrostratigraphic characterization of ground water and surface water interaction in Cache Valley, Utah: 172 p., 2 plates (Adv: T.E. Lachmar)
  144. Wright, Scott H., 1999, The sequence stratigraphy and paleoecology of the Middle Cambrian Spence Shale Member of the Langston Formation of northeastern Utah and southeastern Idaho: 212 p. (Adv: W.D. Liddell)
  145. Bradbury, Kelly Keighley, 1999, Structural and hydrogeological analyses of deformed sedimentary bedrock aquifers in the Pinebrook subdivision, western Summit County, Utah: 283 p., 2 plates (Adv: J.P. Evans)
  146. Schneider, Loren P., 2000, The sequence stratigraphy of the Middle Cambrian Wheeler Formation in the Drum Mountains of west central Utah: 82 p. (Adv: W.D. Liddell)
  147. Martin, Jennifer A., 2000, Debris-Flow Activity in Canyon of Lodore, Colorado: Implications for Debris-Fan Formation and Evolution: 142 p. (Adv.: J.C. Schmidt).
  148. Lemke, Kathleen, 2000, Holocene Tephrostratigraphy, Southern Kenai Peninsula, Lower Cook Inlet, Alaska: 96 p (Adv.: D.S. Kaufman).
  149. Axford, Yarrow L., 2000, Late Quaternary Glacier Fluctuations and Vegetation Change in the Northwestern Ahklun Mountains, Southwestern Alaska: 181 p. (Adv.: D.S. Kaufman).
  150. Paepke, Betty E., 2001, Controls On Channel Organization and Morphology in a glaciated basin in the Uinta Mountains, Utah: 115 p. (Adv.: J.C. Schmidt).
  151. Pachell, Matthew A., 2001, Structural Analysis and a Kink band Model for the Formation of the Gemini Fault Zone, and Exhumed Left-Lateral Strike Slip Fault Zone in the Central Sierra Nevada, California: 113 p. (Adv.: J.P. Evans).
  152. Hammond, K. Jill, 2001, Structural and Geochemical Analyses of Disseminated-Gold Deposits, Bald Mountain-Alligator Ridge District, Nevada: Insights into fault-Zone Architecture and its Effect on Mineralization: 143 p. (Adv.: J.P Evans).
  153. Matoush, Joseph P., 2002, The Stratigraphic, Sedimentologic, and Paleogeographic Evolution of the Eocene-Oligocene Grasshopper Extensional Basin, Southwest Montana: 188 p. (Adv.: S. Janecke).
  154. Taylor, Andrew W., 2002, Sedimentology, Facies Architecture, and Reservoir Characterization of Lacustrine Rocks, Eocene Green River and Colton Formations, Uinta Basin, Utah: 137 p. (Adv.: B.D. Ritts).
  155. Connely, Melissa V., 2002, Stratigraphy and Paleoecology of the Morrison Formation, Como Bluff, Wyoming: 109 p. (Adv.: W.D. Liddell).
  156. Elliott, Caroline M., 2002, Relationships Between Tributary Catchments, Valley-Bottom Width, Debris-fan Area, and Mainstem Gradient on the Colorado Plateau: A Case Study in Desolation and Gray Canyons on the Green River: 120 p. (Adv.: J.C. Schmidt).
  157. Heermance, Richard V., 2002, Geometry and Physical Properties of the Chelungpu fault, Taiwan, and their Effect on fault Rupture: 117 p. (Adv.: J.P. Evans).
  158. Kickham, Julie C., 2002, Structural and Kinematic Evolution of the Eocene-Oligocene Grasshopper Extensional basin, Southwest Montana: 142 p. (Adv.:S. Janecke).
  159. Carney, Stephanie M., 2002, Evolution of a Miocene-Pliocene Low-Angle Normal-Fault System in the Southern Bannock Range, Southeast Idaho: 168 p. (Adv.: S. Janecke).
  160. Snow, Cameron A., 2002, Geology of the Cuesta Ridge Ophiolite Remnant Near San Luis Obispo, California: Evidence for the Tectonic Setting and Origin of the Coast Range Ophiolite: 140 p. (Major Prof: John Shervais).
  161. Larsen, Isaac J., 2003, From the Rim to the River: The Geomorphology of Debris Flows in the Green River Canyons of Dinosaur National monument, Colorado and Utah: 195 p. (Adv.: J.L. Pederson).
  162. Langenburg, Elizabeth S., 2003, The Middle Cambrian Wheeler Formation: Sequence Stratigraphy and Geochemistry Across a Ramp-To-Basin Transition: 120 p. (Adv.: W.D. Liddell).
  163. Copfer, Torrey J., 2003, Geology of the Deseret Peak East 7.5’ Quadrangle, Tooele County, Utah and Impacts for Hydrology of the Region: 104 p. (Adv.: J.P. Evans).
  164. Berry, Adrian K., 2003, Characteristics, Evolution, and Lateral Variation of Lower Cretaceous Supradetachment Basins in the Daqing Shan, Inner Mongolia, China: 162 p. (Adv.: B.D. Ritts).
  165. Anders, Matt D., 2003, Quaternary Geology and Landscape Evolution of eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona: 141 p. (Adv.: J.L. Pederson).
  166. Murch, Keri, L., 2003, One-Dimensional Modeling of Bromide Tracer and Tichlosoethylene Transport Based on Laboratory Experiemtns in Vertical Soil Columns: 318 p. (Adv.: T.E. Lachmar).
  167. Myers, Barry, 2003, Sumulation of Groundwater Flow in Cache Valley, Utah and Idaho: 80 p. (Adv.: T.E. Lachmar).
  168. Petersen, Paul A., 2003, Mitigation, Monitoring, and Geomorphology related to Gully Erosion of Archaeological Sites in Grand Canyon: 305 p. (Adv.: J.L Pederson).
  169. Santos, Alba, B.R.M., Dias Dos, 2003, Evaluation of Chela Formation in the Kambala-Livuite Area, Southern Block O, Cabinda, Angola: 88 p. (Adv.: B.D. Ritts).
  170. Burk, Neil I., 2004, Geochemistry of Ground Water- Surface Water Interactions and Metals Loading rates in the North Fork of the American Fork River, Utah, Abandoned Silver/Lead Mine: 207 p. (Adv.: T.E. Lachmar).
  171. Heath, Jason E., 2004, Hydrogeochemical Characterization of Leaking Carbon Dioxide-Charded Fault Zones in East-Central Utah: 166 p. (Adv.: T.E. Lachmar).
  172. Schieb, William M., 2004, Hydraulic Testing of the Big Hole Fault, Northern San Rafael Swell, Utah: 124 p. (Adv.: T.E. Lachmar).
  173. Kneedy, Jason Lynn, 2005, Stratigraphic and Structural Analysis of Coal in the Ferron Sandstone Member of the Mancos Shale and Fruitland Formation: Relationship to Coal Reservior Permeability and Coalbed Methane Production: 125 p. (Adv.: J.P. Evans).
  174. Kirby, Stefan M., 2005, The Quaternary Tectonic and Structural Evolution of the San Felipe Hills, California: 170 p. (Adv. S.U. Janecke).
  175. Jacobs, Joseph R., 2005, Examination of Exhumed Faults in the Western San Bernardino Mountains, California: Implications for Fault Growth and Earthquake Rupture: 216 p. (Adv.: J.P. Evans).
  176. Issacs, Angela J., 2005, Characterizing Deformation, Damage Parameters, and Clay Composition in Fault Zones: Insights from the Chelungpu Thrust, Taiwan and Mozumi Right Lateral Fault, Japan: 205 p. (Adv.: J.P. Evans).
  177. Williams, Anthony P., 2005, Structural Analysis of CO2  Leakage Through the Salt Wash and Little Grand Wash faults From natural Reservoirs in the Colorado Plateau, Southeastern Utah: 94 p. (Adv.: J.P. Evans).
  178. Mackley, Rob D., 2005, Relating Bedrock Strength to Hydraulic Driving Forces Along the Large-Scale Profile of the Colorado river in Glen and Grand Canyons: 165 p. (Adv.: J.L. Pederson).
  179. Counts, Ronald C., 2005, The Quaternary Stratigraphy of the Henrys Fork and Western Browns Park, Northeastern Uinta Mountains, Utah and Wyoming: 159 p. (Adv. J.L. Pederson).
  180. Kessel, Benjamin J., 2006, Lower Paleozoic Sequence Stratigraphy, Deposystems and Paleogeography of Northwestern Ordos Basin, North China: 139 p. (Adv. B.D. Ritts).              
  181. Steely, Alexander N., 2006, The Evolution From late Miocene West Salton Detachment Faulting to Cross-Cutting Pleistocene Oblique Strike-Slip Faults in the SW Salton Trough, Southern California: 242 p. (Major Prof: Susanne Janecke).
  182. Olsen, Aric A., 2007, Discharge Monitoring, Chemical Characterization, and Source Identification of Springs Along the East Side fo Southern Cache Valley, Utah: 172 p. (Major Prof. Tom Lachmar).
  183. Cragun, William Scott, 2007, Quarternary Evolution of the Colorado River at Lees Ferry, Arizona: 179 p. (Major Prof . Joel Pederson).
  184. DeJong, Benjamin D., 2007, Effects of Quaternary Climate Change on Tributary Sedimentation and Geomorphology in Eastern Grand Canyon: 108 p. (Chair Joel Pederson).
  185. 185.   Draper, Sarah D., 2007, The Geologic History of Subsurface Arkosic Sedimentary Rocks in the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) Borehole, Central California: 200 p. (Major Prof. James Evans).
  186. Smith, Douglas D., 2007, Sequence Stratigraphy of the Middle Cambrian Marjum Formation: Response of Sedimentary Facies and Biota to Sea-Level Changes: 156 p. (Major Prof. W. David Liddell).
  187. Brehm, Andrew M., 2007, Re-evaluation of the Jesse Ewing Canyon Formation: Implications for Neoproterozoic Paleogeography and Tectonic Setting of Northeastern Utah: 219 p. (Advisor Carol Dehler).
  188. Andreasen, Kyle C., 2007, Does the Southern Farmington Canyon Complex Record a Late Archean/Early Proterozoic Accretionary Complex?: 135 p. (Major Prof. John Shervais).
  189. Belarde, Benjamin E., 2007, Structural Characterization of the Three Southeast Segments of the Clark Fault, Salton Trough, California: 216 p. (Major Prof. Susanne U. Janecke).
  190. Keele, Dustin J., 2008, The Marriage of Eolian Rock Properties and the Style of Structural Deformation of the Nugget Formation: Anschutz Ranch East Field: Northeast Utah and Southwest Wyoming: 144 p. ((Co-Major Professors: James Evans and W. David Liddell)).
  191. Myer, Caroline A., 2008, Sedimentology, Stratigraphy, and Organic Geochemistry of the Red Pine Shale, Uinta Mountains, Utah: A Prograding Deltaic System in a Mid-Neoproterozoic Interior Seaway: 203 p. (Adv: Carol Dehler). [Link to Digital Copy]
  192. Nicholls, Thaddeus A., 2008, Decadal-Scale Changes on Coral Reefs in Quintana Roo, Mexico: 89 p. (Major Prof. W. David Liddell). [Link to Digital Copy]
  193. DeRaps, Meagan R., 2009, The Pliocene/Pleistocene Evolution of the Western Snake River Plain Near Grand View, Idaho: 74 p. (Major Advisor: John Shervais).
  194. Majeski, Adam L., 2009, Fluvial Systems Tied Together Through a Common Base Level: The Geomorphic Response of the Dirty Devil River, North Wash Creek, and the Colorado River to the Rapid Base Level Drop of Lake Powell: 187 p. (Major Prof: James Evans). [Link to Digital Copy]
  195. Hobson-Broko, Vinita Ruth, 2009, Investigations into Mapping Lava Flows in the Snake River Plain, Idaho: 68 p. (Major Advisor: John Shervais).
  196. Rybczynski, Daniel J., 2009, Correlation, Paleogeography, and Provenance of the Neoproterozoic Eastern Uinta Mountain Group, Goslin Mountain Area, Northeastern Utah: 212 p. (Advisor: Carol Dehler). [Link to Digital Copy]
  197. 197.   Randall, Kevin Lewis, 2009, A Geologic and Hydrochemical Investigation of the Suitability of Central Utah’s Navajo Sandstone for the Disposal of Saline Process Water and CO2: 141 p. (Major Prof: Thomas Lachmar). [Link to Digital Copy]    
  198. Friedman, Scott J., 2009, Evolution of the Lower Cretaceous Chifeng Half-Graben Basins, Inner Mongolia, China: 163 p. (Major Professor: Bradley Ritts). [Link to Digital Copy]
  199. Peterson, John Aaron, 2009, Geochemical Provenance of Clastic Sedimentary Rocks in the Western Cordillera: Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and Oregon: 108 p. (Major Professor: John W. Shervais). [Link to Digital Copy]
  200. Harvey, Jonathan E., 2009, Reconciling Holocene Alluvial Records in Buckskin Wash, Southern Utah: 135 p. (Major Professor: Joel L. Pederson). [Link to Digital Copy]
  201. Summa, Michelle Carlene, 2009, Geologic Mapping, Alluvial Stratigraphy, and Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dating of the Kanab Creek Area, Southern Utah: 170 p. (Major Professor: Tammy M. Rittenour). [Link to Digital Copy]
  202. Larsen, Blair, 2009, Using Real-World Data as a Basis for Problem-Based Learning: Investigating Preservation Biases of Fish in Fossil Butte National Monument: 46 p. (Major Professor: James P. Evans).
  203. Jeppson, Tamara N., 2009, Is There Slow Slip on the Wasatch Fault?: 21 p.  (Senior Thesis Advisor: Anthony Lowry). [Link to Digital Copy]
  204. Nelson, Tom, 2010, Feasibility of Extending an Artificial Salmon Spawning Stream, Marx Creek Near Hyder, Alaska: 155p. (Major Professor: Thomas Lachmar). [Link to Digital Copy]
  205. Tainer, Erin Margaret, 2010, High-Resolution Holocene Alluvia Chronostratigraphy at Archaeological Sites in Eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona: 165 p. (Major Professor: Joel L. Pederson). [Link to Digital Copy]
  206. Forand, David H., 2010, Examination of Deformation in Crystalline Rock from Strike-Slip Faults in Two Locations, Southern California: 268 p. (Major Professor: James P. Evans). [Link to Digital Copy]
  207. Inkenbrandt, Paul C., 2010, Estimates of the Hydraulic Parameters of Aquifers in Cache Valley, Utah and Idaho: 168 p. (Major Professor: Thomas E. Lachmar). [Link to Digital Copy]
  208. Hayes, Dawn Schmidli, 2010, Stratigraphic, Microfossil, and Geochemical Analysis of the Neoproterozoic Uinta Mountain Group, Utah: Evidence for a Eutrophication Event?: 113 p. (Major Professor: Carol M. Dehler). [Link to Digital Copy]
  209. Zarnetske, Meghan L., 2011, Characterization of Fractionation of Basalt Flows Near Mountain Home, Idaho, USA: 74 p. (Major Professor: John W. Shervais).
  210. Hayden, Anne E., 2011, Reconstructing the Holocene Arroyo History of the Upper Escalante River, Southern,Utah, Using Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) and Radiocarbon Dating: 235 p. (Major Professor: Tammy M. Rittenour). [Link to Digital Copy]
  211. Sonntag, Ryan C., 2011, Sedimentologic Controls on Fracture Distribution and the Network Development Within Mesaverde Group Lithofacies, Uinta Basin, Utah: 221 p. (Major Professor: James P. Evans). [Link to Digital Copy]
  212. Tressler, Christopher, 2011, From Hillslopes to Canyons, Studies of Erosion at Differing Time and Spatial Scales Within the Colorado River Drainage: 99 p. (Major Professor: Joel L. Pederson). [Link to Digital Copy]
  213. Lyon, Eva, 2011, The Interrelationship Between the Bio- and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Middle Cambrian Spence Shale of Northern Utah and Southern Idaho: 137 p. (Major Professor: W. David Liddell). [Link to Digital Copy]
  214. Barton, D. Corey, 2011, Determining CO2 Storage Potential: Characterization of Seal Integrity and Reservoir Failure in Exposed Analogs: 161 p. (Major Professor: James P. Evans). [Link to Digital Copy]
  215. Pearce, Heidi, 2012, A Study of the Bioherms of the Early Ordovician Garden City Formation and a Literature Review of Early Ordovician Organic buildups: 67 p. (Major Professor: W. David Liddell). [Link to Digital Copy]
  216. Bradbury, Kelly K., 2012, Rock Properties and Structure Within the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) Borehold, Northwest of Parkfield, California: In Situ Observation of Rock Deformation Processes and Fluid-Rock Interactions of the Sane Andreas Fault Zone at ~3 km Depth: 222 p. (Major Professor: James P. Evans). [Link to Digital Copy]
  217. Beard, Eric P., 2012, Modeling Lithospheric Rheology from Modern Measurements of Bonneville Shoreline Deformation: 78 p. (Major Professor: Anthony R. Lowry) [Link to Digital Copy]
  218. Jean, Marlon M., 2012, The Chemical Evolution of Continental and Oceanic Lithosphere: Case Studies in the US Cordillera: 205 p. (Major Professor: John W. Shervais). [Link to Digital Copy]
  219. Sant, Christopher J., 2012, Geothermal Alteration of Basaltic Core from the Snake River Plain, Idaho: 99 p. (Major Professor: John W. Shervais). [Link to Digital Copy]
  220. Hayes, Dawn Schmidli, 2013, Two Scenes from Utah's Stratigraphic Record: Neoproterozoic Snowball Earth, Before and After: 128 p. (Major Professor: Carol M. Dehler). [Link to Digital Copy]
  221. Allen, Eric B., 2013, Dendrochronology in Northen Utah: Modeling Sensitivity and Reconstructing Logan River Flows: 111 p. (Major Professor: Tammy M. Rittenour). [Link to Digital Copy]
  222. Jochems, Andrew P., 2013, Formation, Deformation, and Incision of Colorado River Terraces Upstream of Moab, Utah: 179 p. (Major Professor: Joel L. Pederson). [Link to Digital Copy]

Updated: August 25, 2013