Bibliography for Medicine Lake Volcano Field Geology
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Champion, D.E., Donnelly-Nolan, J.M., Lowenstern, J.B., and Miller, C.D., 2005, Paleomagnetic data identify post-glacial eruptive episodes and their duration at Medicine Lake volcano, California: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 37, no. 4, p. 67.
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Donnelly-Nolan, J.M., 1988, A magmatic model of Medicine Lake volcano, California: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 93, no. B5, p. 4412-4420.
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Mertzman, S.A., 1981, Pre-Holocene silicic volcanism on the northern and western margins of the Medicine Lake Highland, California, in Johnson, D., and Donnelly-Nolan, J., eds., Guides to some volcanic terranes in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and northern California: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 838, p. 163-169.
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