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Geologic Publications for Mount Rainier and Vicinity

Geologic Publications for Mount Rainier and Vicinity

The goal of this page is to have an easy-to-use, online, accessible, and searchable archive of geologic research related to Mount Rainier and the surrounding area. This list is constantly being updated as I am finding more and more articles and documents about Mount Rainier. If you find something interesting, please send it to me! (scott_beason *at* nps.gov). If you find mistakes, please let me know too.

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378 publications shown below:

# TITLE AND AUTHORS PUBLICATION INFO YEAR PDF
2019
1
Age of the dacite of Sunset Amphitheater, a voluminous Pleistocene tephra from Mount Rainier (USA), and implications for Cascade glacial stratigraphy
T.W. Sisson, A.K. Schmitt, M. Danisikc, A.T. Calvert, N. Pempena, C. Huang, C. Shen

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 376
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
2
Comparison of office and field techniques for validating landscape change classification in Pacific Northwest National Parks
C. Copass, N. Antonova, R. Kennedy

Remote Sensing
Volume: 11, Number: 3
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
3
Debris properties and mass-balance impacts on adjacent debris-covered glaciers, Mount Rainier, USA
P.L. Moore, L.I. Nelson, T.M. Groth

Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research
Volume: 51, Number: 1
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
4
Differentiating the effects of logging, river engineering, and hydropower dams on flooding in the Skokomish River, Washington, USA
B.D. Collins, S.E. Dickerson-Lange, S. Schanz, S. Harrington

Geomorphology
Volume: 332
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
5
Evaluating future water supply scenarios in Mount Rainier National Park
R.M. Fricke, R.A. Lofgren, S.R. Beason, T.R. Kenyon, J. Fuller, P. Fahmy

10th Annual Northwest Climate Conference, Portland, OR, October 8-10, 2019
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
6
Forecasting and seismic detection of debris flows in pro-glacial rivers at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
S.R. Beason, N.T. Legg, T.R. Kenyon, R.P. Jost, P.M. Kennard

Debris-Flow Hazards Mitigation: Mechanics, Monitoring, Modeling, and Assessment: Proceedings, 7th International Conference on Debris-Flow Hazard Mitigation - Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists Special Publication 28
2019 Click to view the 2 PDFs associated with this report
7
Geomorphic and archaeological study of the Ohanapecosh River: Estimating anadromous fish distribution up to 7,000 years ago
A.L. Kelly, P.M. Kennard

Unpublished Internal Report - Mount Rainier National Park
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
8
Geothermal abundance in the Cascade Range (Washington/Oregon/N. California)
A. Jones

IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume: 249, Number: 1
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
9
Heterogeneous changes in Western North American glaciers linked to decadal variability in zonal wind strength
B. Menounos, R. Hugonnet, D.E. Shean, A. Gardner, I. Howat, E. Berthier, B. Pelto, C. Tennant, J. Shea, N. Myoung-Jong, F. Brun, A. Dehecq

Geophysical Research Letters
Volume: 46, Number: 1
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
10
Implementation of stabilization measures in the novel settings of Mount Rainier National Park
T.R. Kenyon, R.P. Jost, S.R. Beason

Paper No. 179-7 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 51, Number: 5
2019 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
11
Living with volcano hazards
W.K. Stovall, C.L. Driedger, E.G. Westby, L.M. Faust

Fact Sheet 2018-3075 - United States Geological Survey
2019 Click for this report [External Link]
12
Precipitation chemistry and deposition at a high-elevation site in the Pacific Northwest United States (1989-2015)
A.M. Johansen, C. Duncan, A. Reddy, N. Swain, M. Sorey, A. Nieber, J. Agren, M. Lenington, D. Bolstad, B.A. Samora, R.A. Lofgren

Atmospheric Environment
Volume: 212
2019 Click for the PDF of this report
13
River bed elevation variability reflects sediment supply, rather than peak flows, in the uplands of Washington State
A.M. Pfeiffer, B.D. Collins, S.W. Anderson, D.R. Montgomery, E. Istanbulluoglu

Water Resources Research
Volume: 55, Number: 8
2019 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
14
River channel conveyance capacity adjusts to modes of climate variability
L.J. Slater, A. Khouakhi, R.J. Wilby

Nature Scientific Reports
Volume: 9, Number: 12619
2019 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2018
15
2018 update to the U.S. Geological Survey national volcanic threat assessment
J.W. Ewert, A.K. Diefenbach, D.W. Ramsey

Scientific Investigations Report 2018-5140 - United States Geological Survey
2018 Click for this report [External Link]
16
A method for combining SRTM DEM and ASTER GDEM2 to improve topography estimation in regions without reference data
H.T. Pham, L. Marshall, F. Johnson, A. Sharma

Remote Sensing of Environment
Volume: 210
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
17
A new machine‐learning approach for classifying hysteresis in suspended‐sediment discharge relationships using high‐frequency monitoring data
S.D. Hamshaw, M.M. Dewoolkar, A.W. Schroth, B.C. Wemple, D.M. Rizzo

Water Resources Research
Volume: 54, Number: 6
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
18
Combining multiphase groundwater flow and slope stability models to assess stratovolcano flank collapse in the Cascade Range
J.L. Ball, J. Taron, M.E. Reid, S. Hurwitz, C.A. Finn, P. Bedrosian

Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth
Volume: 123, Number: 4
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
19
Committed retreat: Controls on glacier disequilibrium in a warming climate
J.E. Christian, M. Koutnik, G. Roe

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 64, Number: 246
2018 Click for the PDF of this report
20
Dramatic declines in snowpack in the western US
P.W. Mote, S. Li, D.P. Lettenmaier, M. Xiao, R. Engel

Climate and Atmospheric Science
Volume: 1, Number: 2
2018 You must be logged in to view this PDF
21
Engineered log jams: Recent developments in their design and placement, with examples from the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A.
T.B. Abbe, M. Hrachovec, S. Winter

Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences
2018 Click for the PDF of this report
22
Fluvial processes in motion: Measuring bank erosion and suspended sediment flux using advanced geomatic methods and machine learning
S.D. Hamshaw

Ph.D Dissertation - University of Vermont
2018 You must be logged in to view this PDF
23
Glacier recession and the response of summer streamflow in the Pacific Northwest United States, 1960‐2099
C. Frans, E. Istanbulluoglu, D.P. Lettenmaier, A.G. Fountain, J.L. Riedel

Water Resources Research
Volume: 54, Number: 9
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
24
Global fatal landslide occurrence from 2004 to 2016
M.J. Froude, D.N. Petley

Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
Volume: 18
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
25
Lahar—River of volcanic mud and debris
J.J. Major, T.C. Pierson, J.W. Vallance

Fact Sheet 2018-3024 - United States Geological Survey
2018 Click for the PDF of this report
26
Modeled inundation limits of potential lahars from Mount Adams in the White Salmon River Valley, Washington
J.P. Griswold, T.C. Pierson, J.A. Bard

Open-File Report 2018-1013 - United States Geological Survey
2018 Click for this report [External Link]
27
Multi-year high-frequency hydrothermal monitoring of selected high-threat Cascade Range volcanoes
I.M. Crankshaw, S.A. Archfield, A.C. Newman, D. Bergfeld, L.E. Clor, K.R. Spicer, P.J. Kelly, W.C. Evans, S.E. Ingebritsen

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 356
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
28
North Coast and Cascades Network climate monitoring report: Mount Rainier National Park; Water year 2017
B.L. Wright, R.A. Lofgren

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS—2018/1175 - National Park Service
2018 Click for the PDF of this report
29
Post-fire hillslope erosion using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) with on-ground sediment analysis
N. Hager

M.S. Thesis - California State University, Northridge
2018 You must be logged in to view this PDF
30
Precursory slope distress prior to the 2010 Mount Meager landslide, British Columbia
G. Roberti, B. Ward, B. van Wyk de Vries, P. Friele, L. Perotti, J.J. Clague, M. Giardino

Landslides
Volume: 15, Number: 4
2018 You must be logged in to view this PDF
31
Presentation of the Dana Medal of the Mineralogical Society of America for 2017 to Thomas W. Sisson
C.R. Bacon

American Mineralogist
Volume: 103
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
32
Quantifying the early snowmelt event of 2015 in the Cascade Mountains, USA by developing and validating MODIS-based snowmelt timing maps
D. O'Leary III, D. Hall, M. Medler, A. Flower

Frontiers of Earth Science
Volume: 12, Number: 4
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
33
Rain induced landslides in the Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu, India
V.B. Maji, S.S. Chandrasekaran, V. Senthilkumar

Proceedings of the 2nd JTC1 Workshop on Triggering and Propagation of Rapid Flow-like Landslides, 3-5 December 2018, Hong Kong, China
2018 Click for the PDF of this report
34
Science in places of grandeur: Communication and engagement in National Parks
T. Watkins, A.J. Miller-Rushing, S.J. Nelson

Integrative and Comparative Biology
Volume: 58, Number: 1
2018 You must be logged in to view this PDF
35
Seismic characterization of hyperconcentrated flows in a volcanic environment
V. Coviello, L. Capra, R. Vazquez, V.H. Marquez-Ramirez

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
36
Stability of supraglacial debris
P.L. Moore

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Volume: 43, Number: 1
2018 You must be logged in to view this PDF
37
Three-dimensional geophysical mapping of shallow water saturated altered rocks at Mount Baker, Washington: Implications for slope stability
C.A. Finn, M. Deszcz-Pan, J.L. Ball, B.J. Bloss, B.J. Minsley

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 357
2018 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
38
Time-lapse photography of glaciers at Mount Rainier National Park
S.R. Beason, T.R. Kenyon

Unpublished Resource Article - North Coast and Cascades Research Learning Center, National Park Service
2018 Click for this report [External Link]
2017
39
A high-resolution DEM record for Mt. Rainier and CONUS glaciers: Geodetic mass balance, glacier dynamics, snow depth and natural hazards
D.E. Shean, E.N. Whorton, J.L. Riedel, A. Arendt, A.G. Fountain

Presentation #23-1 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
40
A semi-automated approach to derive elevation time-series and calculate glacier mass balance from historical aerial imagery
E.N. Whorton, A. Headman, D.E. Shean, E. McCann

Abstract #C53D-07 - American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2017
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
41
A semi-automated methodology for using historical aerial photography to create high-resolution elevation and orthoimagery products of South Cascade Glacier, Washington, USA
A. Headman, E.N. Whorton, D.E. Shean, E. McCann

Presentation #23-6 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
42
Assessing mass balance change at South Cascade Glacier: Is it representative of regional glaciers?
E.N. Whorton, D.E. Shean, D. Fagre, C. McNeil, A. Clark, L. Sass, A. Headman, E. Peitzsch, D. McGrath, E.H. Baker

Presentation #23-5 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
43
Assessing the risk of glacial outburst floods from Emmons Glacier, Mt. Rainier, Washington
L. Krehbiel, C. Todd, M. Koutnik

Poster #158-2 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
44
Assessment, restoration, and adaptive management of the N Puyallup Trail, Mount Rainier National Park
T.R. Kenyon

Presentation #23-12 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
45
Born of fire: In search of volcanoes in U.S. National Parks, four striking examples
L.C. Walkup, T.J. Casadevall, V.L. Santucci

Earth Sciences History
Volume: 36, Number: 2
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
46
Change in glacial extent at Mount Rainier National Park from 1896-2015
S.R. Beason

Natural Resource Report NPS/MORA/NRR-2017/1472 - National Park Service
2017 Click to view the 3 PDFs associated with this report
47
Coarse sediment aggradation exacerbated by in-channel wood accumulations along headwater reaches of the Carbon and Nisqually Rivers within Mount Rainier National Park, WA
J.D. Beyeler, D.R. Montgomery

Presentation #50-3 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
48
Convex valley cross-sections of Mount Rainier rivers and the role of forests and logjams as limitations to channel migration
T.B. Abbe, M. Ericsson, P.M. Kennard, S.R. Beason, C.F. Rapp, G. Jackson

Presentation #50-10 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
49
Dramatic changes to glacial volume and extent since the late 19th century at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
J.L. George, S.R. Beason

Poster #158-6 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
50
Evidence of a changing climate impacting the fluvial geomorphology of the Kautz Creek on Mt. Rainier
M. Graeff

M.S. Thesis - The Evergreen State College
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
51
Exploration and study of the glacier fumarole caves in the summit crater of Mount Rainier, Washington State, U.S.A
E. Cartaya, D. Riggs, T. Cavendish, L.J. Florea, A. Pflitsch, P.J. Boston

Presentation #50-2 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
52
Field-trip guide to subaqueous volcaniclastic facies in the Ancestral Cascades arc in southern Washington State - The Ohanapecosh Formation and Wildcat Creek beds
M. Jutzeler, J. McPhie

Scientific Investigations Report 2017-5022-B - United States Geological Survey
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
53
Finding high ground: Simulating an evacuation under the threat from a large lahar
J.A. Bard

Presentation #50-8 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
54
Fire-climate-human interactions during the postglacial period at Sunrise Ridge, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington (USA)
M.K. Walsh, M.L. Lukens, P.T. McCutcheon, G.C. Burtchard

Quaternary Science Reviews
Volume: 177
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
55
Forecasting rain-induced debris flows on Mount Rainier, Washington
N.T. Legg

Presentation #23-10 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
56
Fostering participation of local actors in volcanic disaster risk reduction
J.R. Cadog, C.L. Driedger, C. Garcia, M. Duncan, J.C. Gillard, J. Lindsay, K. Haynes

Advances in Volcanology
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
57
From manned to unmanned aircraft: Adapting airborne particle size mapping methodologies to the characteristics of sUAS and SfM
A.S. Woodget, C. Fyffe, P.E. Carbonneau

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Volume: 43, Number: 4
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
58
Geochemical monitoring of stagnant ice for glacial outburst flood hazard assessment, Mount Rainier National Park
K.A. Wokosin, P.M. Kennard, P. Edmiston

Presentation 23-11 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
59
Geomorphic study of the Ohanapecosh River: Estimating anadromous fish distribution up to 8,000 YA to aid archaeological investigations, Mount Rainier National Park
A.L. Kelly, P.M. Kennard, B.M. Diaz

Presentation #50-11 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
60
Glacial mass balance 2003-2016 on Mount Rainier
J.L. Riedel, M. Larrabee

Presentation #23-2 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
61
Glacier change on Mount Rainier in the context of other volcanoes in the Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest
A.G. Fountain, B. Glenn, H.J. Basagic

Presentation #23-4 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
62
Global positioning system data collection, processing, and analysis conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program
J.R. Murray, J. Svarc

Seismological Research Letters
Volume: 88, Number: 3
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
63
Hazard-mitigation partnerships emerge first at Mount Rainier
C.L. Driedger, R. Schroedel, W. Lokey

Presentation #50-1 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
64
Identifying influences on glacial meltwater hydrochemistry using laboratory simulations of subglacial chemical erosion
V. Benson, C. Todd

Poster #158-1 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
65
Investigating subglacial hydrothermal influence on Mount Rainier, WA through hydrochemical analyses of glacial meltwater
A. Yannello, C. Todd

Poster #158-4 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
66
Location, evolution, and movement of sediment bulges in the Muddy Fork of the Cowlitz River, Mount Rainier National Park
S. Hinshaw, P.M. Kennard, J. Mauch, J.D. Beyeler

Presentation #50-4 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
67
Management responses to pulses of bedload sediment in rivers
A.J. Sims, I.D. Rutherfurd

Geomorphology
Volume: 294
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
68
Mapping supraglacial debris on Emmons Glacier, Mount Rainier, WA
A. Basehart, S. Altenberger, M. Koutnik, C. Todd

Poster #158-3 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
69
Mining Glacier Basin: History of the Glacier Basin Mining District, Mount Rainier National Park
G.C. Burtchard, J.Y. Cheung, R.N. McIntyre

Unpublished Report - Mount Rainier National Park
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
70
Modeling Nisqually Glacier surface-elevation and length changes using a mass-balance record derived from reanalysis and weather-station data
C.M. Stevens, H. Conway, L.A. Rasmussen, M. Koutnik, H. Greenberg, P.M. Kennard

Presentation #23-3 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
71
Modeling the dynamics of debris-avalanche lahars that originate on Cascade Volcanoes
D.L. George, R.M. Iverson, C.M. Cannon

Presentation 50-9 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
72
North Coast and Cascades Network climate monitoring report: Mount Rainier National Park; Water year 2016
B.L. Wright, R.A. Lofgren

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS-2017/1125 - National Park Service
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
73
Origins of Cascade magmas
T.W. Sisson

Presentation #250-2 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
74
Preservation of thin tephra
R. Blong, N. Enright, P. Grasso

Journal of Applied Volcanology
Volume: 6, Number: 10
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
75
Quantifying sediment intensity from the Nisqually Glacier and nonglacial sources to the Nisqually River, Mount Rainier National Park
T.A. Wasklewicz

Presentation #23-9 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
76
Quantifying streambank movement and topography using unmanned aircraft system photogrammetry with comparison to terrestrial laser scanning
S.D. Hamshaw, T. Bryce, D.M. Rizzo, J. O'Neil-Dunne, J. Frolik, M.M. Dewoolkar

River Research and Applications
Volume: 33, Number: 8
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
77
Revised tephra volumes for Cascade Range volcanoes
M. Nathenson

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 341
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
78
Rivers Gone Wild: Extreme landscape response to climate-induced flooding and debris flows, and implications to long-term management at Mount Rainier National Park
S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, C.S. Magirl, J.L. George, R.P. Jost, T.R. Kenyon

Field Trip Guide #410, 2017 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA - National Park Service, Mount Rainier National Park
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
79
Seasonal and diurnal fluctuations in suspended sediment concentrations in glacial meltwater on Mount Rainier, Washington
H. Bortel, C. Todd

Poster #158-5 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
80
Sediment from Mount Rainier, Washington, USA: Generation, transport, and impact on downstream rivers
C.S. Magirl, J.A. Czuba, C.R. Czuba, C.A. Curran

Presentation #50-5 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
81
Seismic evidence for a possible deep crustal hot zone beneath southwest Washington
A.F. Flinders, Y. Shen

Nature Scientific Reports
Volume: 7, Number: 7400
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
82
Simulated spatial and temporal evolution and downstream effect of sediment pulses in rivers draining Mount Rainier, Washington
J.A. Czuba, C.R. Czuba, C.S. Magirl, Y. Cui

Presentation #50-6 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
83
Stream stage, stream temperature and air temperature for the Nisqually River at Longmire: Water year 2010
S.R. Beason

Water-Data Report NPS/MORA/WDR-2017/001 - Mount Rainier National Park
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
84
Stream stage, stream temperature and air temperature for the Nisqually River at Longmire: Water year 2011
S.R. Beason

Water-Data Report NPS/MORA/WDR-2017/002 - Mount Rainier National Park
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
85
Stream stage, stream temperature and air temperature for the Nisqually River at Longmire: Water year 2012
S.R. Beason

Water-Data Report NPS/MORA/WDR-2017/003 - Mount Rainier National Park
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
86
Stream stage, stream temperature and air temperature for the Nisqually River at Longmire: Water year 2013
S.R. Beason

Water-Data Report NPS/MORA/WDR-2017/004 - Mount Rainier National Park
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
87
Stream stage, stream temperature and air temperature for the Nisqually River at Longmire: Water year 2014
S.R. Beason

Water-Data Report NPS/MORA/WDR-2017/005 - Mount Rainier National Park
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
88
Supraglacial debris extent and mass-balance impacts on Emmons Glacier, Mount Rainier
P.L. Moore, L.I. Nelson, T.M. Dits

Presentation #23-7 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
89
The geography of glaciers and perennial snowfields in the American West
A.G. Fountain, B. Glenn, H.J. Basagic

Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research
Volume: 49, Number: 3
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
90
The role of glaciers and glacier research in development of U.S. national parks
D.M. Capps

Earth Sciences History
Volume: 36, Number: 2
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
91
Tracking riverborne sediment and contaminants in Commencement Bay, Washington, using geochemical signatures
R.K. Takesue, K.E. Conn, R.S. Dinicola

Open-File Report 2017-1124 - United States Geological Survey
2017 Click for the PDF of this report
92
Translating bed waves in response to climate-driven variability in sediment supply from Mount Baker, Washington State
S.W. Anderson, C.P. Konrad

Presentation #50-7 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
93
Use of dendrochronology to study a subfossil forest at Kent, Washington USA that was buried by lahar-derived sediments from Mount Rainier about 530 CE
A.Q. Moran, P.T. Pringle, B.K. Luke

Poster #158-7 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
94
Volcanic fatalities database: Analysis of volcanic threat with distance and victim classification
S.K. Brown, S.F. Jenkins, R.J. Sparks, H. Odbert, M.R. Auker

Journal of Applied Volcanology
Volume: 6, Number: 15
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
95
Volcano geodesy in the Cascade arc, USA
M.P. Poland, M. Lisowski, D. Dzurisin, R. Kramer, M. McLay, B. Pauk

Bulletin of Volcanology
Volume: 79, Number: 59
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
96
Washington households' expected responses to lahar threat from Mt. Rainier
H. Wei, M.K. Lindell

International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
Volume: 22
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
97
What can we learn from analysis of glacial meltwater on Mount Rainier?
C. Todd

Presentation #23-8 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 49, Number: 6
2017 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2016
98
Acoustic soundscape monitoring as means to detect debris flows at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
S.R. Beason

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 48, Number: 7
2016 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
99
Automatic detection of debris flows and debris floods based on a combination of infrasound and seismic signals
A. Schimmel, J. Hubl

Landslides
Volume: 13, Number: 5
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
100
Camera system considerations for geomorphic applications of SfM photogrammetry
A.R. Mosbrucker, J.J. Major, K.R. Spicer, J. Pitlick

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Volume: 42, Number: 6
2016 You must be logged in to view this PDF
101
Debris flow runup on vertical barriers and adverse slopes
R.M. Iverson, D.L. George, M. Logan

Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth science
Volume: 121
2016 You must be logged in to view this PDF
102
Estimating glacier equilibrium line altitude on Mount Rainier, Washington through satellite image analysis
R. Aberle, C. Todd

Paper No. 321-10 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 48, Number: 7
2016 You must be logged in to view this PDF
103
Floodplain visualization using lidar-derived relative elevation models
D.E. Coe

National Geologic Map Database Conference on Digital Mapping Techniques, Tallahassee, FL
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
104
Geochemical characterization and dating of R tephra, a post-glacial marker bed in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, U.S.A.
M.A. Samolczyk, J.W. Vallance, J.F. Cubley, G.D. Osborn, D.H. Clark

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences
Volume: 53, Number: 2
2016 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
105
Geomorphic controls on the spatial distribution of debris flows in proglacial drainages at Mount Rainier, WA
S. Harrison, C. Todd

Paper No. 59-10 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 48, Number: 7
2016 You must be logged in to view this PDF
106
Geomorphology of Mount Rainier: Landform mapping at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
J.L. Riedel, S. Dorsch

Natural Resource Report NPS/MORA/NRR-2016/1234 - National Park Service
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
107
Glacier retreat, outburst floods, and kinematic waves: Nisqually Glacier changes related to climate
C.M. Stevens, H. Conway, P.M. Kennard, L.A. Rasmussen, M. Koutnik

Unpublished Report to Mount Rainier National Park - Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
108
Investigating subglacial environments at Mount Rainier, WA using suspended sediment concentrations and hydrochemical analysis
V. Benson, C. Todd

Paper No. 321-11 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 48, Number: 7
2016 You must be logged in to view this PDF
109
Living in lahar zones: Assessing hazard exposure, risk perception, and preparedness behaviors in communities within the Mount Baker and Glacier Peak volcanic hazard zones
K.A. Corwin

M.S. Thesis - Boise State University
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
110
Magnitude, frequency, and trends of floods at gaged and ungaged sites in Washington, based on data through water year 2014
M.C. Mastin, C.P. Konrad, A.G. Veilleux, A.E. Tecca

Scientific Investigations Report 2016-5118 - United States Geological Survey
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
111
Relationship between temperature and dry-weather jökulhlaups from South Tahoma Glacier, Mount Rainier, Washington
T.D. Haskins

MESSAGe Technical Report Number 047 - University of Washington
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
112
Soil survey of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
T. Rodgers, P. Roberts

United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service
2016 You must be logged in to view this PDF
113
Suspended sediment delivery to Puget Sound from the lower Nisqually River, western Washington, July 2010–November 2011
C.A. Curran, E.E. Grossman, C.S. Magirl, J.R. Foreman

Scientific Investigations Report 2016-5062 - United States Geological Survey
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
114
The nature of kinematic waves in glaciers and their application to understanding the Nisqually Glacier, Mt. Rainier, Washington
B.I. Horlings

B.S. Undergraduate Honors Thesis - Portland State University
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
115
The role of large woody debris and riparian forest in channel avulsion in the Carbon River, Mount Rainier National Park, WA
C. Chiao

M.S. Earth and Space Science Applied Geosciences Thesis - University of Washington
2016 Click for the PDF of this report
2015
116
A review of volume-area scaling of glaciers
D.B. Bahr, W.T. Pfeffer, G. Kaser

Reviews of Geophysics
Volume: 53
2015 You must be logged in to view this PDF
117
Aggradation in the Carbon River: A case study at Mount Rainier, Washington
E.F. Knoth

M.S. Thesis - Murray State University
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
118
An assessment of hazards from rain-induced debris flows on Mount Rainier
N.T. Legg

Unpublished Internal Report - Mount Rainier National Park
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
119
Channel migration and avulsion hazards at Sunshine Point Campground, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
J. Favia

M.S. Thesis - University of Washington
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
120
Debris flow susceptibility map for Mount Rainier, Washington based on debris flow initiation zone characteristics from the November, 2006 climate event in the Cascade Mountains
K. Lindsey

M.S. Thesis - Portland State University
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
121
Estimation of locations and migration of debris flows on Izu-Oshima Island, Japan, on 16 October 2013 by the distribution of high frequency seismic amplitudes
M. Ogiso, K. Yomogida

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 298
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
122
Geomorphic assessment of changes in the Nisqually River, 2013-2015, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
C.M. Andry

Unpublished Poster - National Park Service Mosaics in Science Program
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
123
Geomorphic mapping and taxonomy of fluvial landforms
J.M. Wheaton, K.A. Fryirs, G.J. Brierley, S.G. Bangen, N. Bouwes, G. O'Brien

Geomorphology
Volume: 248
2015 You must be logged in to view this PDF
124
Glacier change, kinematic waves, and outburst floods at Nisqually Glacier, Mount Rainier, Washington: Data analysis and review
J. Skloven-Gill, A.G. Fountain

Unpublished report - Portland State University
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
125
Lahar infrasound associated with Volcan Villarrica's 3 March 2015 eruption
J.B. Johnson, J.L. Palma

Geophysical Research Letters
Volume: 42, Number: 15
2015 Click for this report [External Link]
126
Magmatic arc structure around Mount Rainier, WA, from the joint inversion of receiver functions and surface wave dispersion
M. Obrebski, G.A. Abers, A. Foster

Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Volume: 16, Number: 1
2015 You must be logged in to view this PDF
127
Mount Rainier National Park glacier mass balance monitoring annual report, water year 2011: North Coast and Cascades Network
J.L. Riedel, M. Larrabee

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS-2015/752 - National Park Service
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
128
Observations of seasonal and diurnal glacier velocities at Mount Rainier, Washington using terrestrial radar interferometry
K.E. Allstadt, D.E. Shean, A. Campbell, M.A. Fahnestock, S.D. Malone

The Cryosphere Discussions
Volume: 9
2015 You must be logged in to view this PDF
129
Oral histories of the Puget Lowland tribes: Do some myths provide a cultural memory of catastrophic laharic floods from Mount Rainier, Washington?
M. Kearns, P.T. Pringle

Program and abstracts of the 10th Washington Hydrogeology Symposium
2015 You must be logged in to view this PDF
130
Topographic and hydrologic insight for the Westside Road problem: Mount Rainier National Park
M.A. Thomas, P.M. Kennard

Natural Resource Report NPS/MORA/NRR-2015/1057 - National Park Service
2015 Click for the PDF of this report
131
Variations in community exposure to lahar hazards from multiple volcanoes in Washington State (USA)
A.K. Diefenbach, N.J. Wood, J.W. Ewert

Journal of Applied Volcanology
Volume: 4, Number: 4
2015 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2014
132
Aggradation of glacially-sourced braided rivers at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington: Summary report for 1997-2012
S.R. Beason, L.C. Walkup, P.M. Kennard

Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/MORA/NRTR-2014/910 - National Park Service
2014 Click for the PDF of this report
133
Analysis of the ground vibration generated by debris flows and other torrential processes at the Rebaixader monitoring site (Central Pyrenees, Spain)
C. Abanco, M. Hurlimann, J. Moya

Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
Volume: 14
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
134
Debris flow initiation in proglacial gullies on Mount Rainier, Washington
N.T. Legg, A.J. Meigs, G.E. Grant, P.M. Kennard

Geomorphology
Volume: 226
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
135
Facies architecture of a continental, below-wave-base volcaniclastic basin: The Ohanapecosh Formation, Ancestral Cascades arc (Washington, USA)
M. Jutzeler, J. McPhie, S.R. Allen

Geological Society of America Bulletin
Volume: 126, Number: 3-4
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
136
Fluvial landscape response to aggradation, debris flows, and landslides: An example from the Nisqually River and Van Trump Creek, Mount Rainier, Washington, USA
S.R. Beason, L.C. Walkup, P.M. Kennard

Paper No. 124-11 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 46, Number: 6
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
137
Hydrologic response to valley-scale structure in alpine headwaters
A.A. Weekes, C.E. Torgersen, D.R. Montgomery, A. Woodward, S.M. Bolton

Hydrological Processes
Volume: 29, Number: 3
2014 Click for the PDF of this report
138
Landsat-based monitoring of landscape dynamics in Mount Rainier National Park: 1985-2009
N. Antonova, C. Copass, S. Clary

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS-2014/637 - National Park Service
2014 Click for the PDF of this report
139
Lessons learned from a bi-national exchange between Colombia and the United States: Real-life emergency planning and preparedness from a worst-case scenario
S.R. Beason, C.L. Driedger, A.B. Lockhart, J.D. Schelling, Z.D. Gibson, F. Burkhart, D.C. Banks, K.D. Bustad, R.H. Allen, M.R. Scott

Paper No. 124-11 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs Volume: 46, Number: 6
Volume: 46, Number: 6
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
140
Melting the rocky terminus of Emmons Glacier
P.L. Moore, L.I. Nelson, T.M. Dits

Science Brief - Mount Rainier National Park
2014 Click for the PDF of this report
141
Mount Rainier National Park: Natural Resource Condition Assessment
R.L. Hoffman, A. Woodward, P. Haggarty, K. Jenkins, P. Griffin, M.J. Adams, J. Hagar, T. Cummings, D. Duriscoe, K. Kopper, J.L. Riedel, L. Marin, G.S. Mauger, K. Bumbaco, J.S. Littell

Natural Resource Report. NPS/MORA/NRR-2014/894 - National Park Service
2014 Click for the PDF of this report
142
Mount Wow rock fall, preliminary findings
S.R. Beason

Unpublished Document - Mount Rainier National Park
2014 Click for the PDF of this report
143
North Coast and Cascades Network climate monitoring report: Mount Rainier National Park; Water year 2012
R.A. Lofgren, W. Baccus, M. Larrabee

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS-2014/705 - National Park Service
2014 Click for the PDF of this report
144
Pathway from subducting slab to surface for melt and fluids beneath Mount Rainier
R.S. McGary, R.L. Evans, P.E. Wannamaker, J. Elsenbeck, S. Rodenay

Nature
Volume: 511
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
145
Petrogenesis of Mount Rainier andesite: Magma flux and geologic controls on the contrasting differentiation styles at stratovolcanoes of the southern Washington Cascades
T.W. Sisson, V.J. Salters, P.B. Larson

Geological Society of America Bulletin
Volume: 126, Number: 1-2
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
146
Reducing risk from lahar hazards: Concepts, case studies, and roles for scientists
T.C. Pierson, N.J. Wood, C.L. Driedger

Journal of Applied Volcanology
Volume: 3, Number: 16
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
147
Using repeat lidar to estimate sediment transport in a steep stream
S.W. Anderson, J. Pitlick

Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
Volume: 119
2014 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2013
148
Aggradation and avulsions: A case study on a Carbon River floodplain, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
E. Kimberly

Senior Integrative Exercise for B.A. Degree - Carleton College
2013 Click to view the 3 PDFs associated with this report
149
Crystallization of oxidized, moderately hydrous arc basalt at mid- to lower-crustal pressures: Implications for andesite genesis
D.L. Blatter, T.W. Sisson, W.B. Hankins

Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology
Volume: 166, Number: 3
2013 You must be logged in to view this PDF
150
Debris flows in glaciated catchments: a case study on Mount Rainier, Washington
N.T. Legg

M.S. Thesis - Oregon State University
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
151
Evidence for fluid-triggered slip in the 2009 Mount Rainier, Washington earthquake swarm
D.R. Shelly, S.C. Moran, W.A. Thelen

Geophysical Research Letters
Volume: 40
2013 You must be logged in to view this PDF
152
Extracting source characteristics and dynamics of the August 2010 Mount Meager landslide from broadband seismograms
K.E. Allstadt

Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
Volume: 118
2013 You must be logged in to view this PDF
153
Extreme river response to climate-induced aggradation in a forested, montaine basin, Carbon River, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, United States
J.D. Beyeler, R.K. Rossi, P.M. Kennard, S.R. Beason

Abstract EP51C-06 - American Geophysical Union
2013 You must be logged in to view this PDF
154
Geomorphic analysis of river systems: An approach to reading the landscape
K.A. Fryirs, G.J. Brierley

Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, UK
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
155
Geomorphic assessment of significant sediment loading in Tahoma Creek
S.W. Anderson, P.M. Kennard, J. Pitlick

Science Brief - Mount Rainier National Park
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
156
Glacier variability in the conterminous United States during the twentieth century
G.J. McCabe, A.G. Fountain

Climate Change
Volume: 116, Number: 3-4
2013 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
157
Measurement of glacial meltwater outflow through water analysis for geohazard recognition
L.L. German

BA Chemistry - Senior Independent Study Thesis - The College of Wooster
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
158
Mount Rainier - Geologic hazards, geomorphology and engineering geology
P.T. Pringle, J.W. Vallance, C.S. Magirl, S.R. Beason, G.C. Burtchard, P.M. Kennard, J. Woodcock, P. Reed

Field Trip Guide #1 - Field guide volume for the Association of Engineering and Environmental Geoscientists 2013 Annual Meeting, Seattle WA
2013 You must be logged in to view this PDF
159
North Coast and Cascades Network climate monitoring report: Mount Rainier National Park; Water year 2011
R.A. Lofgren, M. Huff, W. Baccus, M. Larrabee

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS-2013/462 - National Park Service
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
160
Roads less traveled: Access, automobiles, and recreation in Mount Rainier National Park's wilderness areas
B.R. Rybolt

M.A. Thesis - University of Washington
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
161
Sediment fluxes in a changing climate: Tahoma Creek over daily to centennial time-scales
S.W. Anderson

M.A. Thesis - University of Colorado
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
162
Shallow repeating seismic events under an alpine glacier at Mount Rainier, Washington, USA
W.A. Thelen, K.E. Allstadt, S. De Angeles, S.D. Malone

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 59, Number: 214
2013 You must be logged in to view this PDF
163
Surficial ice velocities of the lower Nisqually Glacier and their relationship to outburst flood hazards at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, United States
L.C. Walkup, S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, J.G. Ohlschlager, A.C. Stifter

Paper No. 3 - Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 45, Number: 7
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
164
Tahoma Creek: Aggradation and resource management
S.W. Anderson

Unpublished Internal Document - National Park Service
2013 Click for the PDF of this report
2012
165
A process-based hierarchical framework for monitoring glaciated alpine headwaters
A.A. Weekes, C.E. Torgersen, D.R. Montgomery, A. Woodward, S.M. Bolton

Environmental Management
Volume: 50
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
166
Changes in sediment volume in Alder Lake, Nisqually River Basin, Washington, 1945-2011
J.A. Czuba, T.D. Olsen, C.R. Czuba, C.S. Magirl, C.C. Gish

Open-File Report 2012-1068 - United States Geological Survey
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
167
Characteristics and origin of subaqueous pumice-rich pyroclastic facies: Ohanapecosh formation (USA) and Dogashima formation (Japan)
M. Jutzeler

Ph.D Thesis - University of Tasmania
2012 You must be logged in to view this PDF
168
Controls on debris flow bulking in proglacial gullies on Mount Rainier, Washington
N.T. Legg, A.J. Meigs, G.E. Grant, P.M. Kennard

Abstract #EP13A-0812 - American Geophysical Union
2012 You must be logged in to view this PDF
169
Evaluating aerial errors in northern Cascade glacier inventories
S.P. Carisio

M.S. Thesis - University of Delaware
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
170
Field mapping glacier extents at Mount Rainier for hazard recognition
S. Wilson, A.G. Fountain

Unpublished Report - Portland State University
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
171
Geomorphic analysis of the river response to sedimentation downstream of Mount Rainier, Washington
J.A. Czuba, C.S. Magirl, C.R. Czuba, C.A. Curran, K.H. Johnson, T.D. Olsen, H.K. Kimball, C.C. Gish

Open-File Report 2012-1242 - United States Geological Survey
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
172
Geomorphic response to significant sediment loading in Tahoma Creek, Mt. Rainier, WA
S.W. Anderson, P.M. Kennard, J. Pitlick

Abstract #EP53C-1055 - American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012
2012 You must be logged in to view this PDF
173
Global patterns of loss of life from landslides
D.N. Petley

Geology
Volume: 40, Number: 10
2012 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
174
Loss estimation pilot project for lahar hazards from Mount Rainier, Washington
R. Cakir, T.J. Walsh

Information Circular 113 - Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
175
Mount Rainier National Park glacier mass balance monitoring annual report, water year 2010: North Coast and Cascades Network
J.L. Riedel, M. Larrabee

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS-2012-355 - National Park Service
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
176
North Coast and Cascades Network climate monitoring report: Mount Rainier National Park; Water year 2010
R.A. Lofgren, M. Huff, W. Baccus, M. Larrabee

Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS-2012/318 - National Park Service
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
177
Old sticks in the mud: Hazards of lahars from Mount Rainier volcano
P.T. Pringle

Curriculum for the biogregion - SERC-Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College
2012 Click for this report [External Link]
178
Periglacial debris-flow initiation and susceptibility and glacier recession from imagery, airborne LiDAR, and ground-based mapping
S.T. Lancaster, A.W. Nolin, E.A. Copeland, G.E. Grant

Geosphere
Volume: 8, Number: 2
2012 You must be logged in to view this PDF
179
Small glacial outburst flood occurs on Mount Rainier - October 27, 2012
S.R. Beason

Unpublished Science Brief - National Park Service
2012 Click for the PDF of this report
180
The 6 August 2010 Mount Meager rock slide-debris flow, Coast Mountains, British Columbia: Characteristics, dynamics, and implications for hazard and risk assessment
R.H. Guthrie, P. Friele, K.E. Allstadt, N. Roberts, S.G. Evans, K.B. Delaney, D. Roche, J.J. Clague, M. Jakob

Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
Volume: 12
2012 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2011
181
Deep long-period earthquakes beneath Washington and Oregon volcanoes
M.L. Nichols, S.D. Malone, S.C. Moran, W.A. Thelen, J.E. Vidale

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 200
2011 You must be logged in to view this PDF
182
Episodic intrusion, internal differentiation, and hydrothermal alteration of the Miocene Tatoosh intrusive suite south of Mount Rainier, Washington
E.A. du Bray, D.C. Banks, D.A. John, J.L. Wooden, F.K. Mazdab

GSA Bulletin
Volume: 123, Number: 3/4
2011 You must be logged in to view this PDF
183
Flooding in Western Washington: The connection to atmospheric rivers
P.J. Neiman, L.J. Schick, F.M. Ralph, M. Hughes, G.A. Wick

Journal of Hydrometerology
Volume: 12
2011 You must be logged in to view this PDF
184
Floodplains statement of findings: Carbon River area access management plan
S.R. Beason

Environmental Assessment - Mount Rainier National Park
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
185
GIS analysis of the effect of lahars from Mount Rainier, Washington on area water sources
M.R. Masters

M.S. Thesis - Northwest Missouri State University
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
186
Glacial changes between 1985-2009 and implications for volcanic hazards at Mt. Rainier, Washington
J.E. Sanford

M.S. Thesis - Oklahoma State University
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
187
Landscape response to climate change and its role in infrastructure protection and management at Mount Rainier National Park
S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, T.B. Abbe, L.C. Walkup

Feature Article - National Park Service - Park Science
Volume: 28, Number: 2
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
188
Latest Pleistocene and Holocene glacier fluctuations in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
M.A. Samolczyk

M.S. Thesis - University of Calgary
2011 You must be logged in to view this PDF
189
Mount Rainier National Park glacier mass balance monitoring annual report, water year 2009: North Coast and Cascades Network
J.L. Riedel, M. Larrabee

Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR-2011/484 - National Park Service
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
190
Petrologic, tectonic, and metallogenic evolution of the Ancestral Cascades magmatic arc, Washington, Oregon, and northern California
E.A. du Bray, D.A. John

Geosphere
Volume: 7, Number: 5
2011 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
191
Predicting deposition of debris flows in mountain channels
L.E. Benda, T.W. Cundy

Canadian Geotechnical Journal
Volume: 27, Number: 4
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
192
Sediment load from major rivers into Puget Sound and its adjacent waters
J.A. Czuba, C.S. Magirl, C.R. Czuba, E.E. Grossman, C.A. Curran, A.S. Gendaszek, R.S. Dinicola

Fact Sheet 2011-3083 - United States Geological Survey
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
193
Subsurface hydrology of an overdeepened cirque glacier
C.F. Dow, J.L. Kavanaugh, J.W. Sanders, K.M. Cuffey, K.R. MacGregor

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 57, Number: 206
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
194
The floodplain large-wood cycle hypothesis: A mechanism for the physical and biotic structuring of temperate forested alluvial valleys in the North Pacific coastal ecoregion
B.D. Collins, D.R. Montgomery, K.L. Fetherston, T.B. Abbe

Geomorphology
Volume: 139-140
2011 You must be logged in to view this PDF
195
The impacts of climate change at Mount Rainier National Park
K. Ford

Unpublished Report - University of Washington
2011 Click for the PDF of this report
196
The role of riparian forests in river avulsion and floodplain disequilibrium in aggrading pro-glacial rivers: A newly recognized model in fluvial geomorphology
P.M. Kennard, T.B. Abbe, M. Ericsson, J. Bjork, S.R. Beason

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 43, Number: 5
2011 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
197
Wave-like motion of coarse bed materials in high-gradient pro-glacial rivers at Mount Rainier Washington, USA
S.R. Beason, S.W. Anderson, L.C. Walkup, P.M. Kennard, C.T. Floyd, A.C. Stifter

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 43, Number: 5
2011 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
198
Whole-edifice ice volume change A.D. 1970 to 2007/2008 at Mount Rainier, Washington, based on LiDAR surveying
T.W. Sisson, J.E. Robinson, D.D. Swinney

Geology
Volume: 39
2011 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2010
199
Channel-conveyance capacity, channel change, and sediment transport in the lower Puyallup, White and Carbon Rivers, Western Washington
J.A. Czuba, C.R. Czuba, C.S. Magirl, F.D. Voss

Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5240 - United States Geological Survey
2010 Click for the PDF of this report
200
Climatic and spatial variations of Mount Rainier's glaciers for the last 12,000 years
M.L. Hekkers

M.S. Thesis - Portland State University
2010 Click for the PDF of this report
201
Digital topographic map showing the extents of glacial ice and perennial snowfields at Mount Rainier, Washington, based on the LiDAR survey of September 2007 to October 2008
J.E. Robinson, T.W. Sisson, D.D. Swinney

Data Series 549 - United States Geological Survey
2010 Click for this report [External Link]
202
Effects of debris on ice-surface melting rates: An experimental study
N. Reznichenko, T. Davies, J. Shulmeister, M. McSaveney

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 56, Number: 197
2010 You must be logged in to view this PDF
203
Estimating snow water equivalent using snow depth and climate classes
M. Sturm, B. Taras, G.E. Liston, C. Derksen, T. Jonas, J. Lea

Journal of Hydrometerology
Volume: 11
2010 You must be logged in to view this PDF
204
New chronologic and geomorphic analyses of Debris Flows on Mount Rainier, Washington
I. Delaney

Thesis - Whitman College
2010 Click for the PDF of this report
205
Rivers gone wild: Mountain river response to a warming climate in the Pacific Northwest
T.B. Abbe, S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, J. Park

Freshwater
Volume: 2, Number: 2
2010 Click for the PDF of this report
206
The changing glaciers of Mt. Hood, Oregon and Mt. Rainier, Washington: Implications for periglacial debris flows
J.R. Ellinger

M.S. Thesis - Oregon State University
2010 Click for the PDF of this report
2009
207
Community exposure to lahar hazards from Mount Rainier, Washington
N.J. Wood, C.E. Soulard

Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5211 - United States Geological Survey
2009 Click for the PDF of this report
208
Fracture patterns at lava-ice contacts on Kokostick Butte, OR, and Mazama Ridge, Mount Rainier, WA: Implications for flow emplacement and cooling histories
R.W. Lodge, D.T. Lescinsky

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 185, Number: 4
2009 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
209
Frequent eruptions of Mount Rainier over the last ~2,600 years
T.W. Sisson, J.W. Vallance

Bulletin of Volcanology
Volume: 71, Number: 6
2009 You must be logged in to view this PDF
210
Meteorological conditions associated with rain-related periglacial debris flows on Mount Hood, Oregon and Mount Rainier, Washington
L.E. Parker

M.S. Thesis - Oregon State University
2009 Click for the PDF of this report
211
Mount Rainier National Park place names
G.F. Reese

Unpublished Report - Mount Rainier National Park
2009 Click for the PDF of this report
212
Process domains as a unifying concept to characterize geohydrological linkages in glaciated mountain headwaters
A.A. Weekes

PhD dissertation - University of Washington College of Forest Resources
2009 Click for the PDF of this report
213
Recent periglacial debris flows from Mount Rainier, Washington
E.A. Copeland

M.S. Water Resource Engineering Thesis - Oregon State University
2009 Click for the PDF of this report
214
Upper-air model of summer balance on Mount Rainier, USA
L.A. Rasmussen, J.M. Wenger

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 55, Number: 192
2009 You must be logged in to view this PDF
215
Variations in population exposure and sensitivity to lahar hazards from Mount Rainier, Washington
N.J. Wood, C.E. Soulard

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 188, Number: 4
2009 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2008
216
A method for remotely monitoring glaciers with regional application to the Pacific Northwest
B. Medley

M.S. Thesis - Oregon State University
2008 Click for the PDF of this report
217
A study of methods to estimate debris flow velocity
A.B. Prochaska, P.M. Santi, J.D. Higgins, S.H. Cannon

Landslides
Volume: 5, Number: 4
2008 You must be logged in to view this PDF
218
Alluvial landscape response to climate change in glacial rivers and the implications to river restoration
T.B. Abbe, S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard, J. Park

River Restoration Northwest Annual Symposium
2008 You must be logged in to view this PDF
219
Archaeology and history in the Nisqually Corridor, Sunshine Point, Kautz, and Longmire Historic District: Results of the 2006-2007 flood damage survey
G.C. Burtchard, J.Y. Cheung, E.B. Gleason

Mount Rainier National Park
2008 Click for the PDF of this report
220
Atmospheric deposition and surface-water chemistry in Mount Rainier and North Cascades National Parks, U.S.A., water years 2000 and 2005-2006
D.W. Clow, D.H. Campbell

Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5152 - United States Geological Survey
2008 Click for the PDF of this report
221
Characteristics, extent and origin of hydrothermal alteration at Mount Rainier Volcano, Cascades Arc, USA: Implications for debris-flow hazards and mineral deposits
D.A. John, T.W. Sisson, G.N. Breit, R.O. Rye, J.W. Vallance

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 175, Number: 3
2008 You must be logged in to view this PDF
222
Diagnosis of an intense atmospheric river impacting the Pacific Northwest: Storm summary and offshore vertical structure observed with COSMIC satellite retrievals
P.J. Neiman, F.M. Ralph, G.A. Wick, Y. Kuo, T. Wee, Z. Ma, G.H. Taylor, M.D. Dettinger

American Meteorological Society - Monthly Weather Review
Volume: 136
2008 You must be logged in to view this PDF
223
Digital data for volcano hazards from Mount Rainier, Washington, Revised 1998
S.P. Schilling, S. Doelger, R.P. Hoblitt, J.S. Walder, C.L. Driedger, K.M. Scott, P.T. Pringle, J.W. Vallance

Open-File Report 2007-1220 - United States Geological Survey
2008 Click for this report [External Link]
224
Integrating remotely acquired and field data to assess effects of setback levees on riparian and aquatic habitats in glacial-melt water rivers
C.P. Konrad, R.W. Black, F.D. Voss, C.M. Neale

River Research and Applications
Volume: 24
2008 You must be logged in to view this PDF
225
Mount Rainier - Living safely with a volcano in your backyard
C.L. Driedger, W.E. Scott

Fact Sheet 2008-3062 - United States Geological Survey
2008 Click for the PDF of this report
226
Preliminary mineralogic and stable isotope studies of altered summit and flank rocks and Osceola mudflow deposits on Mount Rainier, Washington
R.O. Rye, G.N. Breit, D.R. Zimbelman

Open-File Report 2003-464 - United States Geological Survey
2008 Click for the PDF of this report
227
Roadside geology of Mount Rainier National Park and vicinity
P.T. Pringle

Information Circular 107 - Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources
2008 Click for this report [External Link]
228
The 8 October 2006 Md 4.5 Cowlitz Chimneys earthquake in Mount Rainier National Park
R. Hartog, J. Gomberg, S.C. Moran, A. Wright, K.L. Meagher

Seismological Research Letters
Volume: 79, Number: 2
2008 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2007
229
2007 archaeological inventory, lower Stevens Canyon Road, Mount Rainier National Park
B.M. Diaz

Mount Rainier National Park
2007 Click for the PDF of this report
230
Climate change and increasing aggradation rates in glacially-fed braided rivers at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 39, Number: 6
2007 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
231
Did debris-covered glaciers serve as Pleistocene refugia for plants? A new hypothesis derived from observations of recent plant growth on glacier surfaces
T. Fickert, D. Friend, F. Gruninger, B. Molina, M. Richter

Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research
Volume: 39, Number: 2
2007 You must be logged in to view this PDF
232
Effects of sediment pulses on channel morphology in a gravel-bed river
D.F. Hoffman, E.J. Gabet

GSA Bulletin
Volume: 119, Number: 1/2
2007 You must be logged in to view this PDF
233
Recent debris flow occurrences associated with glaciers in the Alps
M. Chiarle, S. Iannotti, G. Mortara, P. Deline

Global and Planetary Change
Volume: 56
2007 You must be logged in to view this PDF
234
The environmental implications of aggradation in major braided rivers at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
S.R. Beason

M.S. Thesis - University of Northern Iowa
2007 Click for the PDF of this report
235
The flood of 2006: 2007 Update
A.B. Bullock, K. Bacher, J. Baum, T. Bickley, L. Taylor

Unpublished Report - Mount Rainier National Park
2007 Click for the PDF of this report
236
The lithostratigraphy and depositional environments of the Pella Formation (Mississippian) in Keokuk and Wapello Counties, southeastern Iowa
S.R. Beason

The Compass: Journal of Earth Sciences, Sigma Gamma Epsilon
Volume: 80, Number: 2
2007 Click for the PDF of this report
237
Using geochemistry as a tool for correlating proximal andesitic tephra: Case studies from Mt Rainier (USA) and Mt Ruapehu (New Zealand)
S.L. Donoghue, J.W. Vallance, I.E. Smith, R.B. Stewart

Journal of Quaternary Science
Volume: 22, Number: 4
2007 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
2006
238
Dating young geomorphic surfaces using age of colonizing Douglas fir in southwestern Washington and northwestern Oregon, USA
T.C. Pierson

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Volume: 32, Number: 6
2006 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
239
Digital outlines and topography of the glaciers of the American West
A.G. Fountain, M. Hoffman, K. Jackson, H.J. Basagic, T.H. Nylen, D. Percy

Open-File Report 2006-1340 - United States Geological Survey
2006 Click for this report [External Link]
240
Environmental and ecological implications of aggradation in braided rivers at Mount Rainier National Park
S.R. Beason, P.M. Kennard

National Park Service Natural Resource Year in Review
2006 Click for the PDF of this report
241
Evolution of a Holocene delta driven by episodic sediment delivery and coseismic deformation, Puget Sound, Washington, USA
W.A. Barnhardt, B.L. Sherrod

Sedimentology
Volume: 53, Number: 6
2006 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
242
Foraminiferal evidence for the age of the Mississippian Pella Formation (southeastern Iowa)
J.R. Groves, S.R. Beason

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 38, Number: 4
2006 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
243
Foraminiferal evidence for the age of the Mississippian Pella Formation (southeastern Iowa, USA)
J.R. Groves, S.R. Beason

Journal of Foraminiferal Research
Volume: 36, Number: 4
2006 You must be logged in to view this PDF
244
Media guidebook for natural hazards in Washington: Addressing the threats of tsunamis, volcanoes and earthquakes
. WA Military Dept EMD

Washington Military Department Emergency Management Division
2006 Click for the PDF of this report
245
Rainfall thresholds for forecasting landslides in the Seattle, Washington, area - exceedance and probability
A.F. Chleborad, R.L. Baum, J.W. Godt

Open-File Report 2006-1064 - United States Geological Survey
2006 Click for the PDF of this report
246
Risk perceptions and preparedness: Mt Rainier 2006 community assessment tabulated results
M. Davis, D. Johnston, J. Becker, G. Leonard, M. Coomer, C. Gregg

GNS Science Report 2006/17 - Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited
2006 You must be logged in to view this PDF
247
River bed elevation changes and increasing flood hazards in the Nisqually River at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
S.O. Halmon, P.M. Kennard, S.R. Beason, E. Beaulieu, L.W. Mitchell

Abstract #H11B-1256 - American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2006
2006 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
248
The environmental implications of aggradation on major braided river channels at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
S.R. Beason, E. Beaulieu, S.O. Halmon, M.Z. Iqbal, P.M. Kennard, J.C. Walters

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 38, Number: 7
2006 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
249
Trends in snowfall versus rainfall in western United States
N. Knowles, M.D. Dettinger, D.R. Cayan

Journal of Climate
2006 Click for the PDF of this report
2005
250
2005 archaeological inventory, upper Stevens Canyon Road, Mount Rainier National Park
B.M. Diaz, G.C. Burtchard

Mount Rainier National Park
2005 Click for the PDF of this report
251
An investigation into the 2003 Van Trump Creek debris flow, Mt. Rainier, Washington, United States of America
K.H. Donovan

BSc Geological Hazards Thesis - University of Portsmouth (UK)
2005 Click to view the 9 PDFs associated with this report
252
Design of Stream Barbs, Version 2.0
S. Welch, S. Wright

Technical Note 23 - U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service
2005 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
253
Distal records of sandy Holocene lahars from Mount Rainier, Washington
P.H. Zehfuss

Ph.D Thesis - University of Washington
2005 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
254
Distinguishing between debris flows and floods from field evidence in small watersheds
T.C. Pierson

Fact Sheet 2004-3142 - United States Geological Survey
2005 Click for the PDF of this report
255
Mount Rainier National Park geologic resource evaluation report
J. Graham

Natural Reource Report NPS/NRPC/GRD/NRR-2005/007 - National Park Service
2005 Click for the PDF of this report
256
Parks and plates: The geology of our National Parks, Monuments, and Seashores
R.J. Lillie

W.W. Norton
2005 Click for this report [External Link]
257
The lithostratigraphy and depositional environments of the Pella Formation (Mississippian) in Keokuk and Wapello counties, Southeastern Iowa
S.R. Beason

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs
Volume: 37, Number: 7
2005 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
2004
258
Geology of National Parks
A.G. Harris, E. Tuttle, S.D. Tuttle

Kendall Hunt
2004 Click for this report [External Link]
259
Remotely triggered seismicity on the United States west coast following the Mw 7.9 Denali fault earthquake
S.G. Prejean, D.P. Hill, E.E. Brodsky, S.E. Hough, M.J. Johnston, S.D. Malone, D.H. Oppenheimer, A.M. Pitt, K.B. Richards-Dinger

Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America
2004 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
260
Spatial and temporal variations of glaciers (1913-1994) on Mt. Rainier and the relation with climate
T.H. Nylen

M.S. Thesis - Portland State University
2004 Click for the PDF of this report
261
Stream-barb installations for narrow channel bends — a laboratory study
T. Matsurra, R. Townsend

Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 2004, 31(3): 478-486
Volume: 31, Number: 3
2004 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
2003
262
A Rhizocarpon geographicum growth curve for the Cascade Range of Washington and northern Oregon, USA
M.A. O'Neal, K.R. Schoenenberger

Quaternary Research
Volume: 60
2003 You must be logged in to view this PDF
263
A framework for delineating channel migration zones
C.F. Rapp, T.B. Abbe

Publication #03-06-027 - Washington State Department of Ecology
2003 Click for the PDF of this report
264
Debris-flow hazards caused by hydrologic events at Mount Rainier, Washington
J.W. Vallance, M.L. Cunico, S.P. Schilling

Open-File Report 2003-368 - United States Geological Survey
2003 Click for the PDF of this report
265
Environment, prehistory and archaeology of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
G.C. Burtchard

National Park Service
2003 Click for the PDF of this report
266
Field guide to hydrothermal alteration in the White River altered area and in the Osceola Mudflow, Washington
D.A. John, J.J. Rytuba, R.P. Ashley, R.J. Blakely, J.W. Vallance, G.R. Newport, G.R. Heinemeyer

Bulletin 2217 - United States Geological Survey
2003 Click for the PDF of this report
267
Geomorphic effects of wood in rivers
D.R. Montgomery, B.D. Collins, J.M. Buffington, T.B. Abbe

American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 37
2003 You must be logged in to view this PDF
268
Holocene lahars and their by-products along the historical path of the White River between Mount Rainier and Seattle
P.H. Zehfuss, B.F. Atwater, J.W. Vallance, H. Brenniman, T.A. Brown

Field Guide 4 - Geological Society of America
2003 You must be logged in to view this PDF
269
Mantle and crustal sources of carbon, nitrogen, and noble gases in Cascade-Range and Aleutian-Arc volcanic gases
R.B. Symonds, R.J. Poreda, W.C. Evans, C.J. Janik, B.E. Ritchie

Open-File Report 2003-436 - United States Geological Survey
2003 Click for the PDF of this report
270
National landslide hazards mitigation strategy - A framework for loss reduction
E.C. Spiker, P.L. Gori

Circular 1244 - United States Geological Survey
2003 Click for this report [External Link]
271
Origin and emplacement of the andesite of Burroughs Mountain, a zoned, large-volume lava flow at Mount Rainier, Washington, USA
K.R. Stockstill, T.A. Vogel, T.W. Sisson

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 119, Number: 1-4
2003 You must be logged in to view this PDF
272
Patterns and processes of wood debris accumulation in the Queets river basin, Washington
T.B. Abbe, D.R. Montgomery

Geomorphology
Volume: 51
2003 You must be logged in to view this PDF
273
Scrubbing masks magmatic degassing during repose at Cascade-Range and Aleutian-Arc volcanoes
R.B. Symonds, C.J. Janik, W.C. Evans, B.E. Ritchie, D. Counce, R.J. Poreda, M. Iven

Open-File Report 03-435 - United States Geological Survey
2003 Click for the PDF of this report
2002
274
Diversion of meltwater from Kautz Glacier initiates small debris flows near Van Trump Park, Mount Rainier, Washington
J.W. Vallance, C.L. Driedger, W.E. Scott

Washington Geology
Volume: 30, Number: 1/2
2002 You must be logged in to view this PDF
275
Mount Rainier: Learning to live with volcanic risk
C.L. Driedger, K.M. Scott

Fact Sheet 034-02 - United States Geological Survey
2002 Click for the PDF of this report
2001
276
A spatio-temporal GIS database for monitoring alpine glacier change
J.L. Mennis, A.G. Fountain

Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing
Volume: 67, Number: 8
2001 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
277
Aerogeophysical measurements of collapse-prone hydrothermally altered zones at Mount Rainier volcano
C.A. Finn, T.W. Sisson, M. Deszcz-Pan

Nature
Volume: 409
2001 You must be logged in to view this PDF
278
Catastrophic debris flows transformed from landslides in volcanic terrains: Mobility, hazard assessment and mitigation strategies
K.M. Scott, J.L. Macias, J.A. Naranjo, S. Rodriguez, J.P. McGeehin

Professional Paper 1630 - United States Geological Survey
2001 Click for the PDF of this report
279
Progress made in understanding Mount Rainier's hazards
T.W. Sisson, J.W. Vallance, P.T. Pringle

Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume: 82, Number: 9
2001 You must be logged in to view this PDF
280
Updating flood maps efficiently using existing hydraulic models, very-high-accuracy elevation data, and a geographic information system - A pilot study on the Nisqually River, Washington
J.L. Jones, T.L. Haluska, D.L. Kresch

Water-Resource Investigations Report 01-4051 - United States Geological Survey
2001 Click for the PDF of this report
281
Volcano collapse promoted by hydrothermal alteration and edifice shape, Mount Rainier, Washington
M.E. Reid, T.W. Sisson, D.L. Brien

Geology
Volume: 29, Number: 9
2001 You must be logged in to view this PDF
2000
282
A model for the magmatic-hydrothermal system at Mount Rainier, Washington, from seismic and geochemical observations
S.C. Moran, D.R. Zimbelman, S.D. Malone

Bulletin of Volcanology
Volume: 61, Number: 7
2000 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
283
Effects of punctuated sediment supply on valley-floor landforms and sediment transport
D.J. Miller, L.E. Benda

GSA Bulletin
Volume: 112, Number: 12
2000 Click for the PDF of this report
284
Fumaroles in ice caves on the summit of Mount Rainier: Preliminary stable isotope, gas and geochemical studies
D.R. Zimbelman, R.O. Rye, G.P. Landis

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 97, Number: 1-4
2000 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
285
High resolution, low altitude aeromagnetic and electromagnetic survey of Mt. Rainier
V.L. Rystrom, C.A. Finn, M. Deszcz-Pan

Open-File Report 2000-27 - United States Geological Survey
2000 Click for this report [External Link]
286
Mount Rainier: Northwest Geological Society field trip 2000
P.T. Pringle, K.M. Scott, C.L. Driedger, J.W. Vallance, D.G. Frank, R. Schroedel

Northwest Geological Society
2000 You must be logged in to view this PDF
287
Patterns, mechanics and geomorphic effects of wood debris accumulations in a forest river system
T.B. Abbe

Ph.D Thesis - University of Washington
2000 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
288
Rock mass strength assessment and significance to edifice stability, Mount Rainier and Mount Hood, Cascade Range Volcanoes
R.J. Watters, D.R. Zimbelman, S.D. Bowman, J.K. Crowley

Pure and Applied Geophysics
Volume: 157, Number: 6-8
2000 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
1999
289
P wave crustal velocity structure in the greater Mount Rainier area from local earthquake tomography
S.C. Moran, J.M. Lees, S.D. Malone

Journal of Geophysical Research
Volume: 104, Number: B5
1999 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
290
Tropospheric ozone in the Nisqually River drainage, Mount Rainier National Park
D.L. Peterson, D. Bowers, S. Brace

Northwest Science
Volume: 73, Number: 4
1999 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1998
291
Extent, timing, and climatic implications of glacier advances Mount Rainier, Washington, U.S.A., at the Pleistocene/Holocene transition
J.T. Heine

Quaternary Science Reviews
Volume: 17, Number: 12
1998 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
292
Mount Rainier: Living with perilous beauty
K.M. Scott, E.W. Wolfe, C.L. Driedger

Fact Sheet 065-97 - United States Geological Survey
1998 Click for the PDF of this report
293
Objective delineation of lahar-inundation hazard zones
R.M. Iverson, S.P. Schilling, J.W. Vallance

GSA Bulletin
Volume: 110, Number: 8
1998 You must be logged in to view this PDF
294
Ridge-forming, ice-bounded lava flows at Mount Rainier, Washington
D.T. Lescinsky, T.W. Sisson

Geology
Volume: 26, Number: 4
1998 You must be logged in to view this PDF
295
Volcano hazards from Mount Rainier, Washington, revised 1998
R.P. Hoblitt, J.S. Walder, C.L. Driedger, K.M. Scott, P.T. Pringle, J.W. Vallance

Open-File Report 98-428 - United States Geological Survey
1998 Click for the PDF of this report
296
Water flow through temperate glaciers
A.G. Fountain, J.S. Walder

Reviews of Geophysics
Volume: 36, Number: 3
1998 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1997
297
Geologic hazard and floodplain management: Mount Rainier General Management Plan
J.L. Riedel

Unpublished Internal Document - National Park Service
1997 Click for the PDF of this report
298
Hydraulic modeling for lahar hazards at Cascades volcanoes
J.E. Costa

Environmental and Engineering Geoscience
Volume: 3, Number: 1
1997 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
299
Mapping hydrothermally altered rocks on Mount Rainier, Washington, with Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) data
J.K. Crowley, D.R. Zimbelman

Geology
Volume: 25, Number: 6
1997 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
300
Preeruption conditions and timing of dacite-andesite magma mixing in the 2.2 ka eruption at Mount Rainier
D.Y. Venezky, M.J. Rutherford

Papers on Chemistry and Physics of Minerals and Rocks Volcanology
Volume: 102, Number: B9
1997 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
301
The Osceola Mudflow from Mount Rainier: Sedimentology and hazard implications of a huge clay-rich debris flow
J.W. Vallance, K.M. Scott

Geological Society of America Bulletin
Volume: 109, Number: 2
1997 You must be logged in to view this PDF
302
The physics of debris flows
R.M. Iverson

Reviews of Geophysics
Volume: 35, Number: 3
1997 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1996
303
Digital data set of volcano hazards for active Cascade Volcanos, Washington
S.P. Schilling

Open-File Report 96-178 - United States Geological Survey
1996 Click for this report [External Link]
304
Inventory of information on glaciers in Mount Rainier National Park
B.A. Samora, A. Malver

Unpublished report - Mount Rainier National Park
1996 Click for the PDF of this report
305
Tectonics and seismicity of the southern Washington Cascade range
W.D. Stanley, S.Y. Johnson, A.I. Qamar, C.S. Weaver, J.M. Williams

Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America
Volume: 86, Number: 1
1996 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
306
Wonderland: An administrative history of Mount Rainier National Park
T.R. Catton

National Park Service Cultural Resources Program
1996 Click for this report [External Link]
1995
307
Debris flow, debris avalanche and flood hazards at and downstream from Mount Rainier, Washington
K.M. Scott, J.W. Vallance

Hydrologic Atlas 729 - United States Geological Survey
1995 Click to view the 3 PDFs associated with this report
308
Frequent outburst floods from South Tahoma Glacier, Mount Rainier, U.S.A.: Relation to debris flows, meterological origin and implications for subglacial hydrology
J.S. Walder, C.L. Driedger

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 41, Number: 137
1995 You must be logged in to view this PDF
309
History and hazards of Mount Rainier, Washington
T.W. Sisson

Open-File Report 95-642 - United States Geological Survey
1995 Click for the PDF of this report
310
Reconnaissance investigation of petroleum products in soil and ground water at Longmire, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, 1990
S.S. Sumioka

Water-Resources Investigations Report 94-4030 - United States Geological Survey
1995 Click for the PDF of this report
311
Sedimentology, behavior, and hazards of debris flows at Mount Rainier, Washington
K.M. Scott, J.W. Vallance, P.T. Pringle

Professional Paper 1547 - United States Geological Survey
1995 Click for the PDF of this report
312
Surficial extent and conceptual model of hydrothermal system at Mount Rainier, Washington
D.G. Frank

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 65, Number: 1-2
1995 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1994
313
A simple energy budget algorithm for the snowmelt runoff model
W.P. Kustas, A. Rango, R. Uijlenhoet

Water Resources Research
Volume: 30, Number: 5
1994 You must be logged in to view this PDF
314
Geomorphic change caused by outburst floods and debris flows at Mount Rainier, Washington, which emphasis on Tahoma Creek Valley
J.S. Walder, C.L. Driedger

Water-Resources Investigations Report 93-4093 - United States Geological Survey
1994 Click for the PDF of this report
315
History of landslides and debris flows at Mount Rainier
K.M. Scott, J.W. Vallance

Open-File Report 93-111 - United States Geological Survey
1994 Click for the PDF of this report
316
Mount Rainier, a Decade Volcano GSA field trip
P.T. Pringle, C.L. Driedger, D.G. Frank, J. McKenna, M.T. Murphy, K.M. Scott, T.W. Sisson, J.W. Vallance, D.Y. Venezky, J.S. Walder, D.R. Zimbelman

Geologic Field Trips in the Pacific Northwest - Geological Society of America
Volume: 2G
1994 You must be logged in to view this PDF
317
Rapid geomorphic change caused by glacial outburst floods and debris flows along Tahoma Creek, Mount Rainier, Washington, U.S.A.
J.S. Walder, C.L. Driedger

Arctic and Alpine Research
Volume: 26, Number: 4
1994 You must be logged in to view this PDF
318
Seismicity of rockfalls and avalanches at three Cascade Range volcanoes: Implications for seismic detection of hazardous mass movements
R.D. Norris

Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America
Volume: 84, Number: 6
1994 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1993
319
Mitigating the hazards of Mount Rainier
D.A. Swanson, S.D. Malone, T.J. Casadevall

Unknown Info
Volume: 74, Number: 12
1993 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
1992
320
Mount Rainier: A decade volcano
D.A. Swanson, S.D. Malone, B.A. Samora

EOS
Volume: 73, Number: 16
1992 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
321
The 1985 Nevado del Ruiz eruption: Scientific, social, and government response and interaction before the event
M.L. Hall

Geohazards
1992 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
1991
322
Chronology of flood events as noted in the superintendent's annual reports 1940-1991
B.A. Samora

Unpublished Internal Document - National Park Service/Mount Rainier National Park
1991 Click for the PDF of this report
323
Real-time Seismic Amplitude Measurement (RSAM): A volcano monitoring and prediction tool
E.T. Endo, T.L. Murray

Bulletin of Volcanology
Volume: 53, Number: 7
1991 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
324
Recent debris flows at Mount Rainier
C.L. Driedger, J.S. Walder

Open-File Report 91-242 - United States Geological Survey
1991 Click for the PDF of this report
1990
325
Quaternary extrusion rates of the Cascade Range, northwestern United States and southern British Columbia
D.R. Sherrod, J.G. Smith

Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth
Volume: 95, Number: B12
1990 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
326
Results of seismological monitoring in the Cascade Range 1962-1989: Earthquakes, eruptions, avalanches and other curiosities
C.S. Weaver, R.D. Norris, C. Jonietz-Trisler

Geoscience Canada
Volume: 17, Number: 3
1990 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
327
The 1985 Nevado del Ruiz volcano catastrophe: Anatomy and retrospection
B. Voight

Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume: 42
1990 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1989
328
A real-time seismic amplitude measurement system (RSAM)
T.L. Murray, E.T. Endo

Open-File Report 89-684 - United States Geological Survey
1989 Click for the PDF of this report
329
Glacier outburst floods at Mount Rainier, Washington state, U.S.A.
C.L. Driedger, A.G. Fountain

Annals of Glaciology
Volume: 13
1989 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1987
330
Flood characteristics for the Nisqually River and susceptibility of Sunshine Point and Longmire facilities to flooding in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
L.M. Nelson

Water-Resources Investigations Report 86-4179 - United States Geological Survey
1987 Click to view the 3 PDFs associated with this report
331
Glacier surge mechanism based on linked cavity configuration of the basal water conduit system
B. Kamb

Journal of Geophysical Research
Volume: 92, Number: B9
1987 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1986
332
A 6000-year record of forest history on Mount Rainier, Washington
P.W. Dunwiddie

Ecology
Volume: 67, Number: 1
1986 You must be logged in to view this PDF
333
A visitors guide to Mount Rainier glaciers
C.L. Driedger

Pacific Northwest National Parks and Forests Association, Seattle, WA
1986 Click for this report [External Link]
334
Glacier volume estimation on Cascade Volcanoes: An analysis and comparison with other methods
C.L. Driedger, P.M. Kennard

Annals of Glaciology
Volume: 8
1986 You must be logged in to view this PDF
335
Hydraulics of subglacial cavities
J.S. Walder

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 32, Number: 112
1986 You must be logged in to view this PDF
336
Ice volumes on Cascade Volcanoes: Mount Rainier, Mount Hood, Three Sisters, and Mount Shasta
C.L. Driedger, P.M. Kennard

Professional Paper 1365 - United States Geological Survey
1986 Click for the PDF of this report
1985
337
Hydrothermal processes at Mount Rainier Washington
D.G. Frank

Ph.D Dissertation - University of Washington
1985 Click for the PDF of this report
1984
338
The Nisqually Glacier, Mount Rainier, Washington, 1857-1979: A summary of the long-term observations and a comprehensive bibliography
C.C. Heliker, A.H. Johnson, S.M. Hodge

Open-File Report 83-541 - United States Geological Survey
1984 Click to view the 5 PDFs associated with this report
339
The Nisqually Glacier, Mount Rainier, Washington, 1857-1979
C.C. Heliker, A.H. Johnson, S.M. Hodge

Open-File Report 83-541 - United States Geological Survey
1984 Click for this report [External Link]
1982
340
Correlations of climate, mass balances, and glacial fluctuations at Mount Rainier, Washington, U.S.A., since 1850
D.W. Burbank

Arctic and Alpine Research
Volume: 14, Number: 2
1982 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1981
341
A chronology of late Holocene glacier fluctuations on Mount Rainier, Washington
D.W. Burbank

Arctic and Alpine Research
Volume: 13, Number: 4
1981 You must be logged in to view this PDF
342
Lichenometric studies in the Cascade Range of Washington: Establishment of Rhizocarpon geographicum growth curves at Mount Rainier
S.C. Porter

Arctic and Alpine Research
Volume: 13, Number: 1
1981 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1979
343
Energy dissipation during subglacial abrasion at Nisqually Glacier, Washington, U.S.A.
R.C. Metcalf

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 23, Number: 89
1979 You must be logged in to view this PDF
344
Some implications of sediment studies for glacial erosion on Mount Rainier, Washington
H.H. Mills

Northwest Science
Volume: 53, Number: 3
1979 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1977
345
Emplacement history of the Tatoosh volcanic-plutonic complex, Washington: Ages of zircons
J.M. Mattinson

GSA Bulletin
Volume: 88, Number: 10
1977 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
1976
346
Estimated erosion rates on Mount Rainier, Washington
H.H. Mills

Geology
Volume: 4, Number: 7
1976 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
1974
347
Pumice and other pyroclastic deposits in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
D.R. Mullineaux

Bulletin 1326 - United States Geological Survey
1974 Click for the PDF of this report
348
Quaternary stratigraphy and extent of glaciation in the Mount Rainier region, Washington
D.R. Crandell, R.D. Miller

Professional Paper 847 - United States Geological Survey
1974 Click for the PDF of this report
349
Technique and rationale of volcanic-hazards appraisals in the Cascade Range, northwestern United States
D.R. Crandell, D.R. Mullineaux

Environmental Geology
1974 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
350
Variations in the sliding of a temperate glacier
S.M. Hodge

Journal of Glaciology
Volume: 13, Number: 69
1974 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1972
351
Recent activity of glaciers of Mount Rainier, Washington
R.S. Sigafoos, E.L. Hendricks

Professional Paper 387-B - United States Geological Survey
1972 Click for the PDF of this report
352
The movement and basal sliding of the Nisqually Glacier, Mount Rainier
S.M. Hodge

Ph.D Thesis - University of Washington
1972 Click for the PDF of this report
1971
353
Postglacial lahars from Mount Rainier volcano, Washington
D.R. Crandell

Professional Paper 677 - United States Geological Survey
1971 Click for the PDF of this report
354
Summit firn caves, Mount Rainier, Washington
E.P. Kiver, M.D. Mumma

Science
Volume: 173, Number: 3994
1971 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1969
355
Analysis of a 24-year photographic record of Nisqually Glacier, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
F.M. Veatch

Professional Paper 631 - United States Geological Survey
1969 Click for the PDF of this report
356
Surficial Geology of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
D.R. Crandell

Bulletin 1288 - United States Geological Survey
1969 Click for the PDF of this report
1968
357
Calculations of slip of Nisqually Glacier on its bed: No simple relation of sliding velocity to shear stress
M.F. Meier

International Association of Hydrological Sciences
Volume: 79
1968 You must be logged in to view this PDF
358
Glacier outburst floods in the Pacific Northwest
D. Richardson

Professional Paper 600-D - United States Geological Survey
1968 Click for the PDF of this report
1967
359
Volcanic hazards at Mount Rainier, Washington
D.R. Crandell, D.R. Mullineaux

Bulletin 1238 - United States Geological Survey
1967 Click for the PDF of this report
1965
360
A new steam vent on Mt. Rainier, Washington
Z.F. Danes

Journal of Geophysical Research
Volume: 70, Number: 8
1965 You must be logged in to view this PDF
361
Rockfalls and avalanches from Little Tahoma Peak on Mount Rainier Washington
D.R. Crandell, R.K. Fahnestock

Bulletin 1221-A - United States Geological Survey
1965 Click for the PDF of this report
1964
362
The alkali feldspars of the Tatoosh Pluton in Mount Rainier National Park
T.L. Wright

The American Mineralogist
Volume: 49
1964 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1963
363
Geology of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
R.S. Fiske, C.A. Hopson, A.C. Waters

Professional Paper 444 - United States Geological Survey
1963 Click for the PDF of this report
364
Morphology and hydrology of a glacial stream - White River, Mount Rainier Washington
R.K. Fahnestock

Professional Paper 422-A - United States Geological Survey
1963 Click for the PDF of this report
365
Paradise debris flow at Mount Rainier, Washington
D.R. Crandell

Professional Paper 475-B - United States Geological Survey
1963 Click for the PDF of this report
366
Subaqueous pyroclastic flows in the Ohanapecosh Formation, Washington
R.S. Fiske

GSA Bulletin
Volume: 74, Number: 4
1963 Sorry, there is no PDF available for this report
1962
367
Pyroclastic deposits of recent age at Mount Rainier, Washington
D.R. Crandell, D.R. Mullineaux, R.D. Miller, M. Rubin

Professional Paper 450-D - United States Geological Survey
1962 Click for the PDF of this report
1956
368
A recent volcanic mudflow of exceptional dimensions from Mt. Rainier, Washington
D.R. Crandell, H.H. Waldron

American Journal of Science
Volume: 254
1956 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1955
369
Forty-two years of recession of the Nisqually Glacier on Mount Rainier
V.R. Bender, A.L. Haines

Erdkunde - Archive for Scientific Geography
Volume: 9, Number: 4
1955 You must be logged in to view this PDF
370
The importance of fluvial morphology in hydraulic engineering
E.W. Lane

Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers
Volume: 81, Number: 745
1955 Click for this report [External Link]
1952
371
Short history of Mount Rainier National Park
R.N. McIntyre

File No. 101 - United States Department of The Interior, National Park Service
1952 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1938
372
The recession of glaciers in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
C.F. Brockman

The Journal of Geology
Volume: 46, Number: 5
1938 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1936
373
The geology of Mount Rainier National Park
H.A. Coombs

University of Washington Publications in Geology
Volume: 3, Number: 2
1936 Click for the PDF of this report
1913
374
Water powers of the Cascade Range: Part II - Cowlitz, Nisqually, Puyallup, White, Green and Cedar drainage basins
F.F. Henshaw, G.L. Parker

Water-Supply Paper 313 - United States Geological Survey
1913 Click for the PDF of this report
1907
375
The motion of the Nisqually Glacier, Mt. Rainier
J.N. LeConte

Sierra Club Bulletin
Volume: VI, Number: 2
1907 You must be logged in to view this PDF
1897
376
Glaciers of Mount Rainier
I.C. Russell

Eighteenth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1896-1897: Part II - Papers chiefly of a theoretical nature - United States Geological Survey
1897 Click for the PDF of this report
377
The rocks of Mount Rainier
G.O. Smith

Eighteenth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1896-1897: Part II - Papers chiefly of a theoretical nature - United States Geological Survey
1897 Click for the PDF of this report
1871
378
On the discovery of actual glaciers on the mountains of the Pacific slope
C. King

The American Journal of Science and Arts - Third Series
Volume: 1, Number: 3
1871 You must be logged in to view this PDF