Western Earth Surface Processes Team

U.S. Geological Survey
Open-File Report 2007-1227

Publications of the Western Earth Surface Processes Team 2006

Compiled by Charles Powell, II, and Paul Stone


The Western Earth Surface Processes Team (WESPT) of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) conducts geologic mapping, earth-surface process investigations, and related topical earth science studies in the western United States. This work is focused on areas where modern geologic maps and associated earth-science data are needed to address key societal and environmental issues such as ground-water quality, landslides and other potential geologic hazards, and land-use decisions. Areas of primary emphasis in 2006 included southern California, the San Francisco Bay region, the Mojave Desert, the Colorado Plateau region of northern Arizona, and the Pacific Northwest. The team has its headquarters in Menlo Park, California, and maintains smaller field offices at several other locations in the western United States.

This compilation gives the bibliographical citations for 123 new publications, most of which are available online using the hyperlinks provided.

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