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Bill Hirt, publications Spring 2008-Fall 2010

Essay: (not peer reviewed)

Hirt, W., 2008, Shasta's changing geologic profile, in Miesse, W., and Peterson, R.G., Sudden and solitary: Mount Shasta and its artistic legacy, 1841–2008: Berkeley, California, Heyday Press, p. 18-21.

Abstracts:

Kirk, K.B, Manduca, C.A., and Hirt, W.H., 2010, Venturing into online teaching? Resources from On the Cutting Edge can ease the transition: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 42, no. 5, p. 530.

Hirt, W.H., and Hatton, J.R., 2010, Deformation and heat transfer accompanying emplacement of the Mount Whitney Intrusive Suite, eastern Sierra Nevada, California: GSA Penrose Conference Origin and uplift of the Sierra Nevada, Bridgeport, California, August 16-20, 2010.

Hirt, W.H., 2010, Development of a vertically-stratified dacite-rhyolite magmatic system within the Mount Whitney Intrusive Suite, Sierra Nevada, California: GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 42, no. 4, p. 52.

Hirt, W.H. and Hatton, J., 2009, Towards a coupled model for deformation and heat transfer around a composite felsic intrusion: EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, v. 90, no. 52, Fall meeting supplement, Abstract T13A-1844.

Hirt, W.H., 2009, Can hornblende barometry resolve differential uplift across the Mount Whitney region, eastern Sierra Nevada, California?: GSA Abstracts with Programs, Annual Meeting, paper 33-34.

Hirt, W.H., and Coleman, D.S., 2008, Declining interactions between mafic and felsic magmas during development of the Mount Whitney Intrusive Suite, Sierra Nevada, California: GSA Abstracts with Programs, Cordilleran Section and Rocky Mountain Section Joint Meeting, paper 14-8.