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This website shows research notes taken during the Missouri River drainage basin landforms origin research project. Papers related to the project are now being written and submitted to various scientific journals for review and publication. The following list shows the open access papers related to the Missouri River drainage basin landform origins research project that have been published to date. Additional papers will be added when published and available.

2017, Origin of Little Missouri River-South Fork Grand River and nearby drainage divides in Harding County, South Dakota and adjacent eastern Montana, USA: Open Journal of Geology, 7, 1063-1077.https://file.scirp.org/pdf/OJG_2017080415164872.pdf

2017, Solving a perplexing Scenic and Sage Creek Basin drainage history problem, Pennington County, South Dakota, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, volumes 9 (2), pages 1-10. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/68264

2017, Origin of mountain passes across continental divide segments surrounding the southwest Montana Big Hole and Beaverhead River drainage basins, USA: Open Journal of Geology, volume 7, pages 1362-1385. https://file.scirp.org/pdf/OJG_2017091815475553.pdf

2017, Analysis of mountain passes along the east-west continental divide and other drainage divides surrounding the Boulder River drainage basin, Jefferson County, Montana, USA: Open Journal of Geology, volume 7, pages 1603-1624. https://file.scirp.org/pdf/OJG_2017112211024000.pdf

2017, Using map interpretation techniques for relative dating to determine a western North Dakota and South Dakota drainage basin formation sequence, Missouri River drainage basin, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, volume 9 (4), pages 1-18. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/70833

2018, Topographic map analysis of high elevation Black Hills through valleys linking Spearfish and Rapid Creek headwaters valleys, Lawrence County, South Dakota, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, volume 10 (1), pages 8-21. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/72098

2018, Topographic map analysis of Laramie Range bedrock-walled canyon complex and the Goshen Hole escarpment-surrounded basin, Albany and Platte Counties, southeast Wyoming, USA: Open Journal of Geology, volume 8 (1), pages 33-55. https://file.scirp.org/pdf/OJG_2018011514451172.pdf

2018, Belle Fourche River-Cheyenne River drainage divide area in the Wyoming Powder River Basin analyzed by topographic map interpretation methods, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, volume 10 (2), pages 1-16.http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/73048

2018, Probable deep erosion by continental ice sheet melt water floods: Chalk Buttes area of Carter County, Montana, USA: International Journal of Geography and Geology, Consientia Beam, volume 7 (1), pages 14-26. http://www.conscientiabeam.com/pdf-files/ene/10/IJGG-2018-7(1)-14-26.pdf

2018, Interpreting topographic map evidence related to northeast Nebraska barbed tributaries and drainage routes, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, volume 10 (2), pages 66-79. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/75258

2018, Deep erosion by continental ice sheets: a northern Missouri River drainage basin perspective: North America: Current Research in Geoscience, volume 8, pages 27-38. https://thescipub.com/pdf/10.3844/ajgsp.2018.27.38

2018, Geomorphic history of the Beaver Creek drainage basin as determined from topographic map evidence: eastern Montana and western North Dakota, USA: Journal of Geography and Geology, volume 10 (3), pages 79-91. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/76842

2019, Origin of the Redwater River drainage basin determined by topographic map interpretation: eastern Montana, USA:  Journal of Geography and Geology, volume 11 (1), pages 42-54. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jgg/article/view/0/38586

2019, Upper Sun River drainage basin origin determined by topographic map map interpretation techniques: Lewis and Clark and Teton Counties, Montana, USA: Open Journal of Geology, volume 9, pages 257-277. http://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=92358

2019, How a fundamentally different and new glacial history paradigm explains North America glaciated prairie region erosional escarpments and drainage patterns: Earth Science Research, volume 8 (2), 23-34. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/esr/article/view/0/40147

2019, Topographic map interpretation of Bighorn River-Wind River drainage divide located east of Wyoming’s Wind River Canyon, USA: Universal Journal of Geoscience, volume 7 (2), pages 56-67. http://www.hrpub.org/download/20190630/UJG2-13913277.pdf

2019, Use of topographic map evidence to test a recently proposed regional geomorphology paradigm: Wind River-Sweetwater River drainage divide area, central Wyoming, USA: Open Journal of Geology, volume 9, pages 404-423. http://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=94332

 

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