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Navajo National Monument

Selected References

Baars, D. L., 1985, Navajo Country, A Geological and Natural History Of the Four Corners Region: Albuquerque, New Mexico, University of New Mexico Press, 255 p.

Elliott, J. G., Gellis, A. C., and Aby, S. B., 1999, Evolution of arroyos; incised channels of the Southwestern United States: in Incised river channels; Processes, Forms, Engineering, and Management, Darby S. E., and Simon, A., editors: Chichester, United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons, p., 153-185.

Linford, L. D., 2000, Navajo National Monument: in Navajo Places, History, Legend, Landscape: Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, p. 114-115.

Loope, D., Eisenberg, L., and Waiss, 2004, Navajo sand sea of near-equatorial Pangea: Tropical westerlies, slumps, and giant stromatolites: in Field Trips in the Southern Rock Mountains, USA, Nelson, E. P. and Erslev, E. A., editors, Boulder, Colorado: Geological Society of America Field Guide 5, p. 1-13.

National Park Service, 2010, Navajo National Monument website. Available on-line at: http://www.nps.gov/nava/.

National Park Service, 2007, Navajo National Monument Geologic Resource Evaluation Report: National Park Service Natural Resource Program Center, Natural Resource Report NPS/NRPC/GRD/NRR-2007-005, 36 p. Available on-line at: http://www.nature.nps.gov/geology/inventory/publications/reports/nava_gre_rpt_view.pdf.

Rotham, H. K., 1991, Navajo National Monument: A Place and Its People, An Administrative History: National Park Service, Division of History Professional Papers No. 40, 201 p.
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