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Publications

  • Maloney, J., N. Driscoll, G. Kent, S. Duke, T. Freeman and J. Bormann. 2016. Segmentation and step-overs along strike-slip fault systems in the inner California borderlands: Implications for fault architecture and basin formation. AEG Special Publication: Applied Geology in California 26.

  • Schmauder, G., G. Kent, J. Maloney, N. Driscoll, R. Baskin, G. Seitz and K. Smith. 2016. Reevaluating late-Pleistocene and Holocene active faults in the Tahoe Basin, California-Nevada. AEG Special Publication: Applied Geology in California 26.

  • Bentley, S.J., M. Blum, J. Maloney, L. Pond and R. Paulsell. 2016. The Mississippi River Source to Sink System: Perspectives on Tectonic, Climatic, and Anthropogenic Influences, Miocene to Anthropocene. Earth Science Reviews 153: 139-174.

  • Noble, P., G. Ball, S. Zimmerman, J. Maloney, S. Smith, G. Kent, K. Adams, R. Karlin and N. Driscoll. 2016. Holocene paleoclimate history of Fallen Leaf Lake, CA., from geochemistry and sedimentology of well-dated sediment cores. Quaternary Science Reviews 131: 193-210.

  • Maloney, J., B. Grupe, A. Pasulka, K. Dawson, D. Case, C. Frieder, L. Levin and N. Driscoll. 2015. Transpressional segment boundaries in strike-slip fault systems offshore southern California: Implications for fluid expulsion and cold seep habitats. Geophysical Research Letters 42: 4080-4088.

  • Grupe, B., M. Krach, A. Pasulka, J. Maloney, L. Levin and C. Frieder. 2015. Methane seep ecosystem functions and services from a recently discovered southern California seep. Marine Ecology 36: 91-108.

  • Dong, S., G. Ucarkus, S. Wesnousky, J. Maloney, G. Kent, N. Driscoll and R. Baskin. 2014. Strike-slip faulting along the Wassuk Range of the northern Walker Lane, Nevada. GEOSPHERE 10: 40-48.

  • Maloney, J., P. Noble, N. Driscoll, G. Kent, S. Smith, G. Schmauder, J. Babcock, R. Baskin, R. Karlin and A. Kell. 2013. Paleoseismic history of the Fallen Leaf segment of the West Tahoe-Dollar Point fault reconstructed from slide deposits in the Lake Tahoe Basin, California-Nevada. GEOSPHERE 9: 1065-1090.

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Grants

  • Paleoseismic investigation of the Rose Canyon fault zone, San Diego, CA

  • Mass Wasting processes and Products of the Mississippi delta front: Data Synthesis and Observation

  • Archaeological and Biological Assessment of Submerged Landforms off the Pacific Coast

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