BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CAMP  -- Eastern USA References (covering both NE and SE) References

Eastern USA References (covering both NE and SE)

Armstrong, R.L. and Stump, J., 1970, A Triassic time-scale dilemma: K-Ar dating of Upper Triassic mafic igneous rocks, eastern U.S.A. and Canadaand post Upper Triassic plutons, western Idaho, U.S.A.: Eclogae geologica Helvetica, v. 63/1, p. 15-28.

Bertrand, H. and Coffrant, D., 1977, Geochemistry of tholeiites from north-east American margin: Correlation with Morocco: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 63, p. 65-74.

de Boer, J.Z., 1967. Paleomagnetic study of Mesozoic dike swarms in the Appalachians. J. Geophys. Res. 72, 2237-2250.

de Boer, J.Z. and Snider, F. G., 1979, Magnetic and chemical variations of Mesozoic diabase dikes from eastern North America: Evidence for a hotspot in the Carolinas? Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. 96, 158-198.

de Boer, J. Z., J. G. McHone, J. H. Puffer, P. C. Ragland, and D. Whittington. 1988. Mesozoic and Cenozoic magmatism. In Sheridan, R. E. and J. A. Grow, eds., The Atlantic continental margin: Geol. Soc. Am., The Geology of North America. I-2:217-241.

Froelich, A.J., and Robinson, G.R., Jr., eds., 1988. Studies of the early Mesozoic basins of the Eastern United States: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1776, p. 332-341.

Gottfried, David, and Froelich, A.J., 1988, Variations of palladium and platinum contents and ratios in selected early Mesozoic tholeiitic rock associations in the Eastern United States, in Froelich, A.J., and Robinson, G.R., Jr., eds., Studies of the early Mesozoic basins of the Eastern United States: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1776, p. 332-341.

Grossman, J.N., Gottfried, D., and Froelich, A.J., 1991, Geochemical data for Jurassic diabase associated with Early Mesozoic basins in the eastern United States: USGS Open-File Report, 91-322-J.

Hames, W.E., Renne, P. R., and Ruppel, C., 2000, New evidence for geologically-instantaneous emplacement of earliest Jurassic Central Atlantic magmatic province basalts on the North American margin: Geology, v. 28, p. 859-862.

Keller, G.R., and Hoover, J.D., 1989, A comparison of the Newark and Rio Grande rift systems and associated magmatism: in Manspeizer, W., ed.,Triassic-Jurassic Rifting, New York, Elsevier, p. 911-932.

King, P. B., 1961, Systematic pattern of Triassic dikes in the Appalachian region:  U.S. Geological Survey, Prof. Paper 424-B, p. 93-95.

King, P. B., 1971, Systematic pattern of diabase dikes in the Appalachian region, Second Report: U.S. Geological Suvey Prof. Paper 750-D, p. 84-88.

Manspeizer, W., Puffer, J. H., and Cousminer, H. L., 1978, Separation of Morocco and eastern North America: A Triassic-Liassic stratigraphic record: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 89, p. 901-920.

Manspeizer, W.R., de Boer, J.Z., Costain, J.K., Froelich, A.J., Coruh, C., Olsen, P.E., McHone, J.G., Puffer, J.H., and Prowell, D.C., 1990, Post-Paleozoic activity, in Hatcher, R.D., Thomas, W.A., and Viele, G.W., eds., The Geology of North America, Volume F-2, The Appalachian-Ouachita Orogen in the United States: Geological Society of America, p. 319-374

Margolis, Robinson and Schafer, 1986, Annotated bibliography of studies on the geology, geochemistry, mineral resources, and geophysical character of the early Mesozoic basins of the eastern United States, 1880 - 1984, USGS Bulletin 1688.

McHone, J.G., 1988, Tectonic and paleostress patterns of Mesozoic intrusions in eastern North America, in Manspeizer, W.R., ed., Triassic-Jurassic Rifting: Continental Breakup and the Origin of the Atlantic Ocean and Passive Margins, Part B: New York, Elsevier, ch. 25, p. 607-619.

McHone, J.G., Ross, M.E., and Greenough, J.D., 1987, Mesozoic dyke swarms of eastern North America, in Halls, H.C. and Fahrig, W.H., eds., Mafic dyke swarms: Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 34, p.102-111.

Olsen, P E., S. J. Fowell, and B. Cornet. 1990. The Triassic/Jurassic boundary in continental rocks of eastern North America: A progress report.In Sharpton, V. L. and P. D. Ward, eds. Global Catastrophes in Earth History.Geol. Soc. Am. Sp. Paper 247:585-593.

Olsen, P. E., R. W. Schlische, and M. S. Fedosh. 1996. 580 Ky duration of the early Jurassic flood basalt event in eastern North America estimated using Milankovich cyclostratigraphy. Museum No. Arizona Bull. 60:11-22.

Pegram, W. J. 1990. Development of continental lithospheric mantle asreflected in the chemistry of the Mesozoic Appalachian tholeiites. U.S.A.Earth Plan. Sci. Lett. 97:316-331..

Prévot, M. and McWilliams, M., 1989, Paleomagnetic correlation of Newark Supergroup volcanics: Geology, v. 17, p. 1007-1010.

Puffer, J. H. 1992. Eastern North American flood basalts in the context of the incipient breakup of Pangaea. In Puffer. J. H. and P. C. Ragland,eds., Eastern North American Mesozoic Magmatism. Geol. Soc. Am. Spec. Paper268:95-118.

Puffer, J. H. and A. R. Philpotts. 1988. Eastern North American quartz tholeiites: Geochemistry and petrology. In Manspeizer, W. ed., Triassic-Jurassic Rifting. Part B, pp. 579-605. New York: Elsevier.

Ragland, P.C., Brunfelt, A.O., and Weigand, P.W., 1971, Rare-earth abundances in Mesozoic dolerite dikes from eastern United States, in Brunfelt, A.O.and Steinnes, E., eds., Activation analysis in Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry: Universitetsforlaget: Oslo, p. 227-235.

Russell, I. C. 1880. On the former extent of the Triassic formation of the Atlantic states. American Naturalist, v. 14, p. 703-712.

Smith, T. E. and Noltimier, H. C., 1979, Paleomagnetism of the Newark trend igneous rocks of the North Central Appalachians and the opening of the Central Atlantic Ocean:  American Journal of Science, v. 279,p. 778-807.

Sutter, J. F., 1985, Progress on geochronology of Mesozoic diabases and basalts: in Robinson, G. P., and Froelich, A. J., eds., Proceedingsof the second U. S. Geological Survey on the Early Mesozoic basins of the eastern United States, U. S. Geological Survey Circular 946, p. 110-114.

Sutter, J. F., 1988, Innovative approaches to the dating of igneous events in the early Mesozoic basins of the eastern United States: in Froelich,A.  J., and Robinson, G. R., Jr., eds., Studies of the Early Mesozoic basins of the eastern United States, U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1776,p. 194-199.

Tollo, R. P., and Gottfried, D., 1989, Early Jurassic quartz-normative magmatism of the Eastern North American province: evidence for independent magmas and distinct sources: International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior, Continental Magmatism Abstracts, Bulletin 131, New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources.

Weigand, P.W., Ragland, P.C., 1970. Geochemistry of Mesozoic dolerite dikes from eastern North America. Contr. Min. Pet. 29, 195-214.

Withjack, M.O., Schlische, R.W., and Olsen, P.E., 1998, Diachronous rifting, drifting, and inversion on the passive margin of central eastern North America: An analog for other passive margins: AAPG Bulletin, v. 82,p. 817-835.