Bruce J. Douglas
Douglas, B.J.,Osterloo, M. and Finkelstein, D., Structural analysis of the Warner Valley extensional basin, south-central Oregon: Strain quantification using field and remote sensing data sets, (to be submitted to Journal of Structural Geology), 35pp., 12 figures (worked with student to take MS thesis material and create journal manuscript).
Douglas, B.J, Hultberg, J., McWilliams, C., and Stern, C. Perturbation in lithospheric stress due to subduction of the Chile Rise: (to be submitted to Tectonics).
Crosby, C.J., Douglas, B.J., Carr, S. and Phillips, D.A. 2013. Experiences and Insights from Introducing Terrestrial Laser Scannin (TLS) to Geology Field Courses. GSA 125th Anniversary Meeting Program and Abstract volume. Denver, Colorado.
Pratt-Sitaula, B.A., Butler, R.F., Whitman, J.M., Granshaw, F.D., Lillie, R.J., Hunter, N., Cronin, V.S., Resor, P.G., Olds, S.E., Miller, M.S., Walker, R. and Douglas, B.J. 2013. Innovations in making EarthScope science and data accessible (Invited) Abstract 23C-04 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 9-13 Dec.
Douglas, B.J., Ripley, E.M. and Suttner, L.J. Indiana University Geologic Field Programs Based in Montana: G429 and Other Field Courses, a Balance of Traditions and Innovations. Geologic Society of America Special Paper, Field Geology Education: Historical Perspectives and Modern Approaches, Whitmeyer, S., D. Mogk, and E. Pyle, Editors, 16 p., 5 Tables, 9 Figures.
Douglas, B.J. and Dull, K. Analysis of Cenozoic basin bounding faults, Southwestern Montana. (In prep) J. Sed. Geol., 19 pp., 10 figures, (wrote text and created figures based on Dull’s M.S. thesis and previous unpublished regional work). (peer reviewed)
Douglas, B.J., Foust, M. and Taylor, D. Sandbox analog model for erosion in fold and thrust mountain belts, 15 pp., 5 figures. (peer reviewed)
Douglas, B.J. and McWilliams, C. Estimation of activation energies for olivine from xenoliths from southernmost South America. (In prep)J. Structural Geology. 14 pp., 3 figures, 2 tables, (wrote text and refined calculations, work partially based on McWilliams senior thesis). (peer reviewed)
Douglas, B.J. and Moore, E.A. Investigating lithospheric coupling across the Nazca/Antarctic and South American plate boundary in the vicinity of the Chile Rise Triple junction using finite-element models, (wrote text and refined interpretations from M.S. thesis material of E. A. Moore). (peer reviewed)
Osterloo, M, Douglas, B.J., and Finkelstein, D., Structural analysis of the Warner Valley extensional basin, south-central Oregon: Strain quantification using field and remote sensing data sets, 35pp., 12 figures (worked with student to take MS thesis material and create journal manuscript). (peer reviewed)