6. Credits and Bibliography
This set of website pages were composed by Dick Henderson, with extensive editorial comments and corrections made by Norm Meader. The Geology Walks described elsewhere in these pages (led by Norm and by Bob Scarborough) provided the foundation for building a coherent picture, and both Norm & Bob provided many diagrams for illustration.
Some important sources are listed below. The color-coded maps provided by Goodlin and Mark 1985 were indispensable, and provided the bases for major features of the attached maps. Photocopies of them can be examined by contacting Dick or Tom Orum (see Contact Us). Anyone interested in problems of the geology of our area should contact Norm Meader, a professional geologist well acquainted with the San Pedro Basin.
Blakemore, Thomas, 2006, "Hydrogeologic investigation of the Middle San Pedro Watershed, Southeastern Arizona", USGS Report FS 2006-3034, 4 pp.
Creasey, S. & Medora Krieger, 1978, "Galiuro volcanics, Pinal, Graham, and Cochise Counties, Arizona." Jour. research U.S. Geol Survey vol. 6 No. 1, Jan-Feb, pp 115-131.
Creasey, S. et al, 1981, Mineral resources of the Galiuro Wilderness and contiguous further planning areas, Arizona. Geological Survey Bulletin 1490. USG Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
Dickinson, W.R., 1991, Tectonic setting of faulted Tertiary strata associated with the Catalina core complex in southern Arizona, Geological Society of America Special Paper 164, 106 p.
Dickinson, William & Muammad Shafiqullah, 1989, "K-Ar and F-T ages for syntectonic Mid-Tertiary volcanosedimentary sequences associated with the Catalina Core Complex and San Pedro Trough in Southern Arizona." Isochron/West, no. 52, March, 15-27.
Goodlin, Thomas, 1985, Stratigraphic and structural relations of the area south of Hot Springs Canyon, Galiuro Mountains, Arizona. M.S. Thesis, University of Arizona (Tucson), 101 pp.
Goodlin, Thomas & Roger Mark, 1987, "Tectonic implications of stratigraphy and structure of cretaceous rocks and overlying mid-Tertiary cover in Hot Springs Canyon, Galiuro Mountains, Southeastern Arizona." In Dickinson, William & Margaret Klute, eds., Mesozoic Rocks of Southern Arizona and Adjacent Areas (Arizona Geological Society Digest Volume 18), pp. 177-88.
Gray, R.S., 1965, Late Cenozoic sediments in the San Pedro Valley near St. David, Arizona: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 198 pp.
Grover, Jeffrey, 1982, The Geology of the Teran basin, Cochise County, Arizona, 73 pp.
Grover, Jeffrey, 1984, "Petrology, depositional environments and structural development of the Mineta Formation, Teran Basin, Cochise County, Arizona." Sedimentary Geology, vol 38, pp. 87-105.
Halverson, P.H.F., 1984, An exploration gravity survey in the San Pedro Valley, southeastern Arizona: M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 70 p.
Hardas, A.V., 1966, Stratigraphy of gypsum deposits, south of Winkleman, Arizona: M.S. Thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 45 p.
Mark, Roger, 1985, Structural and sedimentary geology of the area north of Hot Springs Canyon, southern Galiuro Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona. M.S. Thesis, University of Arizona (Tucson), 96 pp.
See also (for more general information):
Chronic, Halka, 1983, Roadside Geology of Arizona. Mountain Press Pub. Co. (Missoula, Montana)
Chronic, Halka, 1986, Pages of Stone. Vol. 3: The Desert Southwest. The Mountaineers (Seattle)
Cvancara, Alan, 1995, A Field Manual for the Amateur Geologist. Revised Edition. John Wiley & Sons.
Nations, Dale & Edmund Stump, 1996, Geology of Arizona. 2nd ed. Kendall/Hunt (Dubuque, Iowa)
University of California Berkeley Museum of Paleontology Website (click here for access)