Application of paleomagnetism to the study of tectonic processes. Geologic history of western North America. Geologic evolution of southeastern Alaska. Geologic evolution of the Klamath Mountains and Northern California.
Bazard, D.R., Butler, R.F., Gehrels, G.E., Soja C.M., Early Devonian paleomagnetic data from the Lower Devonian Karheen Formation suggest Laurentia-Baltica connection for the Alexander terrane, Geology, v. 23, p. 707-710, 1995.
Bazard, D.R., Butler, R.F., Paleomagnetism of the Brushy Basin Member of the Morrison Formation: Implications for Jurassic Apparent Polar Wander, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 6695-6710, 1994.
Bazard, D.R., Burmester, R.F., Beck, M.E., Jr., Granirer, J.L., and Schwarz, G., Paleomagnetism of the Methow region, north central Washington: structural application of paleomagnetic data in a complexly deformed, variably remagnetized terrane, Canadian Journal of Earth Science, v. 27, p. 330-343, 1990.
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