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Creation in secular journal (geology)

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Creationist ideas on geology have been published in many secular journals for peer-review, in addition to creationist journals like CRSQ and the Journal of Creation.

A flood geology paper is defined in this list as a paper relating to geology from a young-earth perspective and is written by a creationist.

The papers

  1. Austin SA, Wise KP. 1999. Gigantic megaclasts within the Kingston Peak Formation (Upper Precambrian, Pahrump Group), Southeastern California: evidence for basin margin collapse. Geological Society of America Abstracts With Programs 31(7):A455.

  2. Austin, S.A., A.A. Snelling and K.P. Wise, Canyon-length mass kill of orothocone nautiloids, Redwall Limestone (Mississippian) Grand Canyon, Arizona, Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, p. A-421, 1999.

  3. Berthault, G., 1986. Sedimentology-experiments on lamination of sediments. C.R. Academie or Science (Paris), 303 (Series II, no. 17):1569-1574 (EN Tech. J., 3, 1988, pp. 25-29).

  4. Berthault, G., 1988. Sedimentation of a heterogranular mixture-experimental lamination in still and running water. C.R. Academie of Science (Paris), 306 (Series II):717-724 (EN Tech. J., 4, 1990, pp.95- 102).

  5. Berthault, G., 1986. Experiments on lamination of sediments, resulting from a periodic graded-bedding subsequent to deposition—a contribution to the explanation of lamination of various sediments and sedimentary rocks. Compte Rendus Académie des Sciences, Paris, 303 (Série II, no. 17):1569–1574.

  6. Brand, L.R. 1977. Coconino Sandstone (Permian) fossil vertebrate footprints — paleoecologic implications (abs.), American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Program and Abstracts, pp. 66-67, annual meeting, Washington, D.C.

  7. Brand, Leonard R. and Thu Tang, 1991. Fossil vertebrate footprints in the Coconino Sandstone (Permian) of northern Arizona: Evidence for underwater origin. Geology 19(12): 1201-1204.

  8. Brand, L. R. 1992. Reply to comments on "fossil vertebrate footprints in the Coconino Sandstone (Permian) of northern Arizona: evidence for underwater origin." Geology, 20:668-670.

  9. Brand, L.R.. 1996. "Variations in Salamander Trackways Resulting from Substrate Differences" Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 70, No. 6, pp. 1004-1010.

  10. L.R. Brand, R Esperante, AV Chadwick, OP Porras, and M Alomía. 2004. "Fossil whale preservation implies high diatom accumulation rate in the Miocene–Pliocene Pisco Formation of Peru" Geology, v. 32, no. 2, p. 165-168.

  11. JR Baumgardner, AA Snelling, DR Humphreys, and SA Austin. "The enigma of the ubiquity of 14 C in organic samples older than 100 ka". Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract xxxxx-xx, 2003.

  12. Carvajal C, Poma O, Chadwick A, Brand L. 2000. Sedimentology and paleoenvironment of whale bearing sediments of the Miocene/Pliocene Pisco Formation, Peru. Geological Society of America Abstracts With Programs 32(7):A10.

  13. Chadwick, A. and E. Kennedy. 1998. Evidence for deep water deposition of the Tapeats Sandstone. 15th International Sedimentological Congress. 15:247-248.

  14. Chadwick, A., Spencer, L. 2006. Turner Preliminary depositional model for an Upper Cretaceous Edmontosaurus bonebed. Journal of Vertebrate paleontology, 26:49A.

  15. Chaffin, E. 2003. The Oklo Constraints on Alpha-Decay Half-Lives. American Physical Society, The 70th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section, November 6-8, Wilmington, North Carolina.

  16. Clarey, T.L., 1990, Thin-skinned shortening geometries of the South Fork fault, Bighorn Basin, Park County, Wyoming: The Mountain Geologist, v. 27, no. 1, p.19-26.

  17. Coffin, Harold G. 1971. Vertical flotation of Horsetails (Equisetum): geological implications. Geological Society of America Bulletin 82:2019-2022.

  18. Coffin HG. 1987. Sonar and scuba survey of a submerged allochthonous "forest" in Spirit Lake, Washington. Palaois 2:179-180.

  19. Coffin HG. 1983. Erect floating stumps in Spirit Lake, Washington. Geology 11:198-199.

  20. Coffin HG. 1976. Orientation of trees in the Yellowstone Petrified Forests. Journal of Paleontology 50:539-543.

  21. Esperante-Caamano R, Brand LR, Chadwick AV, Poma O. 1999. Taphonomy of whales in the Miocene/Pliocene Pisco Formation, Western Peru. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 31(7):A466.

  22. Esperante-Caamano, Raul, Leonard Brand, Arthur Chadwick, and Fernando DeLucchi. 2000. Fossil Whales Of The Miocene/Pliocene Pisco Formation, Peru: Stratigraphy, Distribution, And Taphonomy. Geological Society of America. Abstracts with Program 32:A499.

  23. ESPERANTE, Raúl. 2006. EXCEPTIONAL OCCURRENCE OF FOSSIL BALEEN IN THE MIOCENE/PLIOCENE PISCO FORMATION, PERU. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 64.

  24. Gentry, R.V. et al. 1982. "Differential Helium Retention in Zircons: Implications for Nuclear Waste Containment." Geophysical Research Letters 9, 1129.

  25. Gentry, R.V. et al. 1982. "Differential Lead Retention in Zircons: Implications for Nuclear Waste Containment." Science 216, 296.

  26. Gentry, R.V. 1984. "Lead Retention in Zircons" (Technical Comment). Science 223, 835.

  27. Gentry, R.V. 1980. "Polonium Halos." EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 61, 514.

  28. Gentry, R.V. et al. 1976. "Radiohalos and Coalified Wood: New Evidence Relating to the Time of Uranium Introduction and Coalification." Science 194, 315.

  29. Gentry, R.V. et al. 1974. "'Spectacle' Array of Po-210 Halo Radiocentres in Biotite: A Nuclear Geophysical Enigma." Nature 252, 564.

  30. Hodges, L.T. and Roth, A.A. 1986. Orientation of corals and stromatoporoids in some Pleistocene, Devonian, and Silurian reef facies. Journal of Paleontology 60:1147-1158.

  31. Chadwick, Arthur V. Megatrends in North American paleocurrents. Symposium on Paleogeography and Paleoclimatology. SEPM. Abstracts with Program 8:5815.

  32. Humphreys, Baumgardner, Snelling, and Austin. 2003. Recently Measured Helium Diffusion Rate for Zircon Suggests Inconsistency With U-Pb Age for Fenton Hill Granodiorite. Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract xxxxx-xx.

  33. Julien, P. Y., LAN, Y. Q. and Berthault, G., 1993. Experiments on stratification of heterogeneous sand mixtures. Bulletin of the Geological Society of France, 164(5):649–660.

  34. Kennedy, E., R. Kablanow, and A. V. Chadwick. 1997. Evidence for the deep water deposition of the Tapeats Sandstone, Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: van Riper, C. III and E. T. Deschler, editors. 1997. Proceedings of the Third Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau. National Park Service Transactions and Proceedings Series NPS/NRNAU/NRTP-97/12.

  35. Kennedy, Elaine G., R. Kablanow, and A. V. Chadwick. 1996. A reassessment of the shallow water depositional model for the Tapeats Sandstone: Evidence for deep water deposition. Geological Society of America. Abstracts with Program 28:A407.

  36. Kennedy, E., Spencer, L.. 1995. An unusual occurrence of dinosaur eggshell fragments in a storm surge deposit, Lamargue Group Patagonia, Argentina. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, A-318 55(5):1123 - 1136.

  37. Mackay, J.B., and A.A. Snelling, The 1980 Mount St Helens eruption: The role of volcanism in the formation of coal beds ( A modern analogue of ancient coal measure formation), Proceedings of the 18th Symposium on Advances in the Study of the Sydney Basin, Department of Geology, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, pp. 95-97, 1984.

  38. Roth, A.A. 1974. Factors affecting light as an agent for carbonate production by coral. (Abstract) Geological Society of America Abstracts 6:932.

  39. Roth, A.A. 2006. COMPLEX CONCRETIONS IN THE JURASSIC MORRISON FORMATION. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No.6, p. 7.

  40. Roth, A.A., C.D. Clausen, P.Y. Yahiku, V.E. Clausen, and W.W. Cox. 1982. Some effects of light on coral growth. Pacific Science 36:65-81.

  41. Snelling, A.A., and J.B. Mackay, Evidence of catastrophic deposition of coals and sediments of the Newcastle coal measures, Proceedings of the 19th Symposium on Advances in the Study of the Sydney Basin, Department of Geology, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, pp. 110-113, 1985.

  42. Snelling, A.A., and J.B. Mackay, The role of volcanism in the rapid formation of coal seams: The Walloon Coal Measures of Queensland and New South Wales - A case study, Proceedings of the 1985 International Conference on Coal Science, Pergamon Press, Sydney, p. 641, 1985.

  43. Snelling, Baumgardner, Vardiman 2003. ABUNDANT PO RADIOHALOS IN PHANEROZOIC GRANITES AND TIMESCALE IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR FORMATION. - Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union.

  44. Spencer, Turner, and Chadwick. 2001. A remarkable vertebrate assemblage from the Lance Formation, Niobrara County, Wyoming. Geological Society of America. Abstracts with Program 33:A499.

  45. Spencer, L., Kennedy, E.. 2001. Potentially false interpretations of dinosaur nests and nesting, with an example from the Allen Formation, Patagonia, Argentina. PaleoBios, 21, Supplement to Number 2:119.

  46. Whitmore, AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE MUD CRACK ORIGIN FOR SAND-FILLED CRACKS AT THE BASE OF THE COCONINO SANDSTONE, GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA, 2004 Denver Annual Meeting (November 7–10, 2004), Paper No. 20-13.

  47. WHITMORE, L BRAND, and BUCHHEIM. 2002. IMPLICATIONS OF MODERN FISH TAPHONOMY FOR THE PRESERVATION STATES AND DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS OF FOSSIL FISH, FOSSIL BUTTE MEMBER, GREEN RIVER FORMATION, SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING. GSA Denver Annual Meeting. Abstract. Paper No. 244-8.

  48. Whitmore. 2003. A NOVEL METHOD TO DETERMINE RELATIVE LAKE DEPTH USING VERTICAL AND LATERAL TRENDS IN FISH TAPHONOMY (GREEN RIVER FORMATION, FOSSIL BUTTE MEMBER, WYOMING). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 35, No. 6, September 2003.

  49. Whitmore. 2005. SANDSTONE CLAST BRECCIAS, HOMOGENIZED SAND, AND SAND INTRUSIONS: EVIDENCE OF SUBSTRATAL LIQUFACTION IN THE BASAL COCONINO SANDSTONE (PERMIAN), GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 37, No. 7, p. 440.

  50. Yamamoto, T. and A.V. Chadwick. Identification of fossil wood from the Specimen Creek area of the Gallatin Petrified Forest, Yellowstone National Park. Part I Gymnosperms. J. San-iku Gakuin J C. 10:25-42.

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