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LithospherIc Structure and Evolution of the
Rocky Mountain Region
Karl E. Karlstrom and G. Randy Keller: Editors
Table of Contents (July 20, 2004)
Karlstrom, K. and Keller, G. R. Introduction
Tectonics, Structure Geology, Regional Geophysics
Erslev, E. A., 2D Laramide geometries and kinematics of the Rocky Mountains, 
Western U.S.A.
Jessup, M., Karlstrom, K., Livaccari, R., Connelly, J., Tyson, A., and Rogers, S. 
Complex Proterozoic crustal assembly of southwestern North America in an 
arcuate subduction system: The Black Canyon of the Gunnison, southwestern 
Finn, C. and Sims, P., Signs from the Precambrian: The Geologic framework of 
Rocky Mountain region derived from aeromagnetic data
Kelly, S., Low-temperature cooling histories of the Cheyenne belt and Laramie 
Peak shear zone, Wyoming, and the Soda Creek-Fish Creek shear zone, 
McCoy, Annie, Karlstrom, K., Williams, M., and Shaw, C., The Proterozoic 
ancestry of the Colorado mineral belt: 1.4 Ga shear zone system in central 
Trevino, L., and Keller, G. R., Structure of the North Park and South Park Basins, 
Colorado: An integrated geophysical study
McCoy, A., Roy, M., Trevino, L., and Keller, G. R., Gravity modeling of the 
Colorado mineral belt
Rampe, J., Geissman, J., Melker, M, and Heizler, M, Paleomagnetic and 
geochronologic data bearing on the timing, evolution and structure of the Cripple 
Creek diatreme complex and related rocks, Front Range, Colorado
Flowers, R. M., Royden, L. H., Bowring, S. A., Isostatic constraints on 
lithospheric thermal evolution: Application to the Proterozoic orogen of the 
Southwestern U. S.
Geochemistry, Geochronology and Xenolith Studies
Farmer, L., Bowring, S. A., Christensen, N. I., Williams, M. L., Matzel, J., and 
Stevens, L. Contrasting lower crustal evolution across an Archean-Proterozoic 
suture: Physical, chemical and geochronologic studies of lower crustal xenoliths 
in southern Wyoming and northern Colorado
Shaw, C., Karlstrom, K. and Heizler, M. 40Ar/39Ar Thermochronologic Record of 
1.45-1.35 Ga Intracontinental Tectonism in the Southern Rocky Mountains: 
Interplay of Conductive and Advective Heating with Intracontinental Deformation
Amarante, J. F. A., Kelley, S. A., Heizler, M. T., Barnes, M., Miller, K. C., and 
Anthony, E. Y., Characterization and age of the Mesoproterozoic Debaca 
sequence in the Tucumcari basin, New Mexico
Controlled Source Seismic Studies
Prodehl, C., Keller, G. R., Johnson, R., A., Snelson, C. and Rumpel, H.-M. 
Background and overview of previous controlled source seismic studies
Morozova, E., Wan, X. Chamberlain, K., Smithson, S. Johnson, R., and 
Karlstrom, K. Inter-wedging nature of the Cheyenne belt - Archean-Proterozoic 
suture from seismic reflection data
Magnani, B. et al., Seismic investigations of the Yavapai-Mazatzal transition zone 
and the Jemez lineament in northeastern New Mexico
Magnani, B., Levander, A. R., Erslev, E. A., Bolay-Koenig, N., and Karlstrom, K., 
Listric thrust faulting in the Laramide front of north-central New Mexico guided by 
Precambrian basement structures
Quezada, O. A., Keller, G. R., and Andronicos, C, An integrated geophysical 
study of the southeastern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico
Cline, V. J., and Keller, G. R., An integrated geophysical analysis of the Great 
Divide basin and adjacent uplifts, southwestern Wyoming
Rumpel, H.-M., Snelson, C. M., Prodehl, C. and Keller, G. R., Results of the CD-
ROM project seismic refraction / wide-angle reflection experiment: The upper and 
middle crust
Snelson, C. M., Rumpel, H.-M., Keller, G. R., Miller, K. C. and Prodehl, C., 
Regional crustal structure derived from the CD-ROM 99 seismic refraction/wide-
angle reflection profile: The lower crust and upper mantle
Levander, A., R., Zelt, C., and Magnani, B., Crust and upper mantle velocity 
structure of the southern Rocky Mountains from the Jemez Lineament to the 
Cheyenne belt
Passive Source Seismic Studies
Sheehan, A., Schulte-Pelkum, V., Boyd, O., and Wilson, C., Passive source 
seismology of the Rocky Mountain Region 
Zurek, B. and Dueker, K., Lithospheric stratigraphy beneath the Southern Rocky 
Yuan, H. and Dueker, K., Upper mantle tomographic Vp and Vs images of the 
Rocky Mountains in Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico: Evidence for a thick 
heterogeneous chemical lithosphere
Fox, O., Sheehan, A., Upper mantle anisotropy beneath Precambrian province 
boundaries, southern Rocky Mountains
Boyd, O. and Sheehan, A., Attenuation tomography beneath the Rocky Mountain 
Front: Implications for the physical state of the upper mantle
Lastowka, L. and Sheehan, A., CDROM Interstation Pn study along Rio Grande 
Li, A., Forsyth, D. and Fischer , K., Rayleigh wave constraints on shear-wave 
structure and azimuthal anisotropy beneath the Colorado Rocky Mountains
Synthesis Papers
Keller, G. R., Karlstrom, K. E., Williams, M. L., Miller, K. C., Andronicos, C, 
Levander, A,, Snelson, C, and Prodehl, C.The dynamic nature of the continental 
crust-mantle boundary: Crustal evolution in the Southern Rocky Mountain region 
as an example 
Karlstrom, Karl, et al. Hypothesis for the development of deep lithospheric 
structure of the Rocky Mountains

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Orogeny -- Rocky Mountains.
Geology, Structural -- Rocky Mountains.
Geophysics -- Rocky Mountains.
Core-mantle boundary.