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Christopher Harrison

Christopher Harrison

Professor Department of Marine Geosciences

RSMAS/MGG
University of Miami
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149

N Gros 359

Tel: 305.421.4610
charrison@rsmas.miami.edu

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Paelomagnetism, Plate Tectonics, Sea Level Changes, Earth System Science

17.        Books and Monographs Published

1993    C.G.A. Harrison and many other authors, "The National Geomagnetic Initiative," National Academy Press, 246 pp., Washington, D.C.

1983    C.G.A. Harrison, with many other authors, "The Lithosphere", Report of a workshop, National Academy Press, Washington D.C.

1981    C.G.A. Harrison, Editor, Marine Geophysics, Plate Tectonics, and the Earth's Core, The Bullard Volume, special edition of the Journal of Geophysical Research, 86, 11509-11699.

1979    M. Talwani, C.G.A. Harrison, D.E. Hayes (eds.).  Deep drilling results in the Atlantic Ocean:  Ocean crust.  Maurice Ewing Series 2, AGU.  Washington, D.C., 431 pp.

1964    C.G.A. Harrison, The magnetism of deep sea sediments, Ph.D. thesis, Cambridge        University, 173 pp.

Juried or Refereed Journal Articles and Exhibits

 

2006    C.G.A.   Harrison, The variation of spherical harmonic power as a function of harmonic order for Earth's core and crustal field and for Mars' crustal field, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., in press.

2004    C.G.A. Harrison, An equivalent source model for the geomagnetic field, AGU         Monograph 145, “Timescales of the Paleomagnetic Field”, eds. J. E. T. Channell, D. V. Kent, W. Lowrie, and J. G. Meert, pp 299-314.

2002    C.G.A. Harrison, Power spectrum of sea level change over fifteen decades of frequency, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 3(1), doi:10.1029/2002/GC003000, 2002.

Swart, P. K., S. Thorrold, B. Rosenheim, A. Eisenhauer, C. G. A. Harrison, M. Grammer, and C. Latkoczy, Intra-annual variation in the stable oxygen and carbon and trace element composition of sclerosponges, Paleoceanography, 17, doi:10.1029/2000PA000622, 2002.

 

2001    C.G.A. Harrison, Resource Letter: G-1: Geomagnetism, American Journal of Physics, 89, 534-542.

C.G.A. Harrison, Plate Tectonics, in "Encyclopedia of Global Change", ed. Andrew S.                         Goudie, Oxford University Press, pp. 251-259.

 

2000    C.G.A. Harrison, Questions about magnetic lineations in the ancient crust of Mars, Science, 287, 547a.

E. Norabuena, T.H. Dixon, S. Stein, C.G.A. Harrison, Decelerating Nazca-South America and Nazca-Pacific plate motions, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26, 3405-3408.

C.G.A.Harrison, What factors control mechanical erosion rates?, Int J. Earth Sci., 88, 752-763.

E. Cabral-Cano, H.R. Lang, G. Draper, and C.G.A. Harrison, Structure and deformation history of the Tierra Caliente region, southern Mexico, J. Geol., 108, 427-446.

E. Cabral-Cano, H. R. Lang, and C.G.A. Harrison, Stratigraphic assessment of the Arcelia-Teloloapan area, southern Mexico: implications for southern Mexico's post-Neocomian tectonic evolution, Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 13, 443-457.

1999    A. Mao, C.G.A.Harrison, and T. Dixon, Noise in GPS time series, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 2797-2816,.

C.G.A. Harrison, What are the limits to ocean volume change?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26, 1913-1916.

E. O. Norabuena, T. H. Dixon, S. Stein and C. G. A. Harrison, Decelerating Nazca-South America and Nazca-Pacific plate motions, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26, 3405-3408.

E. Herrero-Bervera, G.P.L. Walker, C.G.A.Harrison, L. Kristjansson and J. Guerrero, Detailed paleomagnetic study of two polarity transitions recorded in eastern Iceland, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 115, .119-135,

1998    J.B. Meyers, B. R. Rosendahl, C.G.A. Harrison, and Zan-Dong Ding, Deep-imaging siesmic and gravity results from the offshore Cameroon Volcanic Line, and speculation of African hotlines, Tectonophysics284, 31-63.

               C.G.A. Harrison, The hypsography of the ocean floor, Physics & Chemistry of the Earth, 23, 761-774.

1996    E. Herrero Bervera, G.P.L. Walker, C.G.A. Harrison and J.C.G. Garcia, Reversal records from eastern Iceland lava flows and their geodynamic significance, Surveys in Geophysics, 17, 197-206.

M. Baltuck, J. Dickey, T. Dixon and C.G.A. Harrison, New approaches raise questions about future sea level rise, EØS, 77, No. 40, pps 385, 388.

Harold R. Lang, Jose Antonio Barros, Enrique Cabral-Cano, Grenville Draper, C.G.A. Harrison, Pamela E. Jansma and Christopher A. Johnson, Terrane deletion in northern Guerrero state, Geofisica Internacional , 35, 349-359.

1995    C.G.A. Harrison, Secular variation of the Earth's magnetic field, J. Geomag. Geoelect., 47, 131-147.

1994    C.G.A. Harrison, Rates of Continental Erosion and Mountain Building, Geologisches Rundschau, 83, 431-447.

C.G.A. Harrison, An alternative picture of the geomagnetic field, Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 46, 127-142.

1993    S. Robaudo and C.G.A. Harrison, Plate tectonics from SLR and VLBI global data sets, in AGU Monograph, Geodynamics series, 23, 51-71.

C.G.A. Harrison and J.R. Southam, Reply to "Comments on 'magnetic Field Gradients and their uses in the Study of the Earth's Magnetic Fields'", Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 44, 371-372.

Stefano Robaudo and C.G.A. Harrison, Measurements of strain at plate boundaries using space based geodetic techniques, Geophysical Research Letters 20, 1811-1814.

1992    A.L. Wooldridge, C.G. A. Harrison, M.A. Tivey, P.A. Rona and H. Schouten, Magnetic modeling near selected areas of hydrothermal activity on the mid-Atlantic and Gorda ridges, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 10911-10926.

C. Johnson, H. Lang, E. Cabral-Cano, C. Harrison and J. Barros, Preliminary assessment of stratigraphy and structure, San Lucas region, Michoacan and Guerrero States, SW Mexico: Reply to discussion by O. Monod, J. Ramirez, M. Faure, H. Sabanero and M.-F. Campa, The Mountain Geologist, 29, 3-4.

1991    C.G.A. Harrison and John Southam, Magnetic field gradients and their uses in the study of the Earth's magnetic field, Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 43, 585-599.

C.A. Johnson, H.R. Lang, E. Cabral-Cano, C.G.A. Harrison and J.A. Barros, Preliminary assessment of stratigraphy and structure, San Lucas region, Michoacan and Guerrero States, SW Mexico, The Mountain Geologist, 28, 121-135, 1991.

I.I. Mueller, S. Zerbini, C.G.A. Harrison et al., The Interdisciplinary Role of Space Geodesy, Lecture Notes, EØS 22, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 300 pp.

C.G.A. Harrison The role of the American Geophysical Union in Geoscience education, J. Geol. Ed., 39, 92-94.

1990    C.G.A. Harrison, Long term eustasy and epeirogeny in continents, in "Sea-Level Change", ed. Roger Revelle, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, pp141-158.

C.G.A. Harrison and Q. Huang.  Rates of change of the Earth's magnetic field measured by recent analyses, Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 42, 897-928.

C.A. Johnson and C.G.A. Harrison.  Neotectonics in Central Mexico, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 64, 187-210.

C.G.A. Harrison and Nancy Douglas.  Satellite Laser Ranging constraints on plate motion, Tectonics, 9, 935-952.

A.L. Wooldridge, S.E. Haggarty, P.A. Rona, and C.G.A. Harrison, Magnetic properties and opaque mineralogy of  rocks from selected seafloor hydrothermal sites at oceanic ridges, JGR, 95, 12351-12374.

1989    N. Wittpenn, C.G.A. Harrison, and D. Handschumacher. Inversions of magnetic anomalies in the South Atlantic and quantification of observed variations in magnetization solutions, JGR, 94, 15463-15480.

C. A. Johnson and C.G.A. Harrison.  Thematic Mapper studies of volcanism and tectonism in Central Mexico, Proc. of  27th Plenary Meeting of COSPAR, Advances in Space Research, 9, 85-88.

C.A. Johnson and C.G.A. Harrison, Tectonics and volcanism in Central Mexico:  a Landsat Thematic Mapper perspective, Remote Sensing of Environment, 28, 273-286.

K.M. Wilson, M.J. Rosol, W.W. Hay and C.G.A. Harrison.  New Model for the tectonic history of West Antarctica:  a reappraisal of the fit of Antarctica with Gondwana, Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae, 82, 1-35.

1988    C.G.A. Harrison, Eustasy and epeirogeny of continents on time scales between about 1 and 100 Myr., Paleoceanography, 3, 671-684.

E. Bonatti, C.G.A. Harrison.  Eruption styles of basalt in oceanic spreading ridges and seamounts:  effect of magma temperature and viscosity, JGR, 93, 2967-2980.

1987    C.G.A. Harrison, The Crustal Field, chapter in a book "Geomagnetism", Volume 1, edited by J.A. Jacobs, Academic Press, 513-610.

C.G.A. Harrison, Marine magnetic anomalies - What causes the stripes?, Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 15, 505-543.

1986    C.G.A. Harrison, H.M. Carle and K.L. Hayling, Interpretation of satellite elevation magnetic anomalies, Journ. Geophys. Res., 91, 3633-3650.

K.L. Hayling and C.G.A. Harrison.  Magnetization modelling in the North and Equatorial Atlantic Ocean using MAGSAT data, Journal of Geophysical Research, 91, 12,423-12,443.

1985    C.G.A. Harrison, G.W. Brass, K. Miskell-Gerhardt, and E. Saltzman, Reply to 'Comment on "Continental Hypsography" by Harrison et al.' by G. Bond, Tectonics, 4, 257-262.

K.J. Miskell, G.W. Brass and C.G.A. Harrison, Global patterns in opal deposition from the late Cretaceous to the late Miocene.  Bull. Am. Assoc. Petr. Geol., 69, 996-1012.

C.G.A. Harrison, Modelling fluctuations in water depth during the Cretaceous, in "Fine grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway:  Evidence of Cyclic Sedimentary Processes", eds., E. Kauffman, F. Zelt, and L. Pratt, Soc. Econ. Paleont. Mineralog., 11-15.

1983    Z. Ben-Avraham, C.G.A. Harrison, E. Klein and Y. Shoham.  Seamount magnetism in the Ionian Sea, Eastern Mediterranean, Marine Geophysical Researches, 5, 389-404.

C.G.A. Harrison, K.J. Miskell, G.W. Brass, E.S. Saltzman and J.L. Sloan II.  Continental Hypsography, Tectonics, 2, 357-377.

C.G.A. Harrison, Magnetic anomalies, Reviews of Geophysics and Space Physics, 21, 634-643.

J.M. Whitman, C.G.A. Harrison and G.W. Brass.  Tectonic evolution of the Pacific Ocean basin since 74 Ma. Tectonophysics, 99, 241-249.

B.J. Katz, C.G.A. Harrison and E.H. Man.  Geothermal and other effects on amino acid racemization in selected Deep-Sea Drilling Project Cores, Organic Geochemistry, 5, 151-156.

C.G.A. Harrison and T. Lindh, Mantle plume and hotspots.  Reply, Nature, 304, 664.

1982    C.G.A. Harrison and T. Lindh.  A polar wandering curve for North America during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic.   JGR, 87:  1903-1920.

H.M. Carle and C.G.A. Harrison.  A problem in representing the core magnetic field of the Earth using spherical harmonics.  GRL, 9:  265-268.

G.W. Brass and C.G.A. Harrison.  On the possibility of plate tectonics on Venus.  Icarus, 49:  86-96.

C.G.A. Harrison and H.M. Carle.  Modelling the core magnetic field of the Earth.  Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc., A306, 179-191.

C.G.A. Harrison and T. Lindh, Comparison between the hot spot and geomagnetic field reference frames, Nature, 300:  251-252.

1981    C.G.A. Harrison.  G.W. Brass, E. Saltzman, J. Sloan, J. Southam and J.M. Whitman.  Sea level variations, global sedimentation rates and the hypsographic curve, EPSL, 54: 1-16.

E.J. Barron, C.G.A. Harrison, J.L. Sloan II, and W.W. Hay.  Paleogeography, 180 million years ago to the present, Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae, 74:  443-470.

C.G.A. Harrison and E. Bonatti.  The oceanic lithosphere.  The Sea, Vol. 7. C. Emiliani (ed.) 21-48.

C.G.A. Harrison, Magnetization of the oceanic crust.  The Sea, Vol. 7. C. Emiliani (ed.), 219-239.

C.G.A. Harrison, H.M. Carle.  Intermediate wavelength magnetic anomalies over ocean basins.  JGR, 86:  11585-11599.

1980    C.G.A. Harrison, Secular variation and excursions of the Earth's magnetic field.  J. Geophys. Res., 85:  3511-3522.

C.G.A. Harrison, Analysis of magnetic vector in a single rock specimen.  Geophys. Journ. Roy. Ast. Soc., 60, 489-492.

E.J. Barron, J.L. Sloan III, C.G.A. Harrison.  Potential significance of land-sea distribution and surface albedo variations as a climatic forcing factor:  180 M.Y. to the present.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology and Palaeoecology, 30:  17-40.

C.G.A. Harrison, Spreading rates and heat flow.  Geophys. Res. Letters, 7: 1045-1048.

C.G.A. Harrison, E.J. Barron, W.W. Hay.  reply to "Comment on `Mesozoic evolution' of the Antarctic Peninsula and the southern Andes." Geology, 8:  262-263.

M.D. Fuller and C.G.A. Harrison.  Foreward to the Norman Watkins Memorial, JGR, 85:  3507-3510.

E.J. Barron and C.G.A. Harrison.  An analysis of past plate motions:  the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans, in "Mechanisms of Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics," ed. P. Davies and S.K. Runcorn, Academic Press, 89-109.

1979    C.G.A. Harrison, N.D. Watkins.  Comparison of the offset dipole and zonal nondipole geomagnetic field models using Icelandic paleomagnetic data.  JGR, 84:  627-635.

C.G.A. Harrison, E.J. Barron, W.W. Hay.  Mesozoic evolution of the Antarctic Peninsula and the southern Andes.  Geology, 7:  374-378.

B.J. Katz, C.G.A. Harrison, E.H. Man.  The effects of the geothermal gradient on amino acid racemization.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 44:  279-286.

C.G.A. Harrison, I. McDougall, N.D. Watkins.  A geomagnetic field reversal time scale back to 13 million years before present.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 42:  143-152.

E.J. Barron, C.G.A. Harrison.  Reconstructions of the Campbell Plateau and the Lord Howe Rise. EPSL, 45:  87-92.

1978    E.J. Barron, C.G.A. Harrison, W.W. Hay.  A revised reconstruction of the southern continents.  EØS, 54:  436-449.

1977    B. McGregor, C.G.A. Harrison, J.W. Lavelle, P. Rona.  Magnetic anomaly pattern on mid-Atlantic Ridge crest at 26 degrees North.  Journ. Geophys. Res., 82, 231-238.

C.G.A. Harrison and L. Stieltjes.  Faulting within the median valley.  Tectonophysics, 38:  137-144.

C.G.A. Harrison, L. Stieltjes, E. Tarasiewicz.  Paleomagnetism of young extrusives from the Afar Rift.  EPSL ,34:  273-283.

E. Bonatti, C.G.A. Harrison, D.E. Fisher, J. Honnorez, J.G. Schilling, J.J. Stipp, M. Zentilli.  Easter volcanic chain (SE Pacific):  A mantle hotline.  JGR, 82:  2457-2478.

C.G.A. Harrison, N.D. Watkins.  Shallow inclinations of remanent magnetism in Deep Sea Drilling Project igneous cores:  geomagnetic field behaviour or post-emplacement effects?  JGR, 82:  4869-4877.

1976    E. Richardson, C.G.A. Harrison.  Opening of the Red Sea with two poles of rotation.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 30:  135-142.

E. Bonatti and C.G.A. Harrison.  Hot lines in the Earth's mantle.  Nature, 263:  402-404.

C.G.A. Harrison, C. Rooth.  "The dynamics of flowing lavas."  Volcanoes and Tectonosphere.  Edited by H. Aoki and S. Iizuka, Tokai University Press, 103-113.

C.G.A. Harrison, Magnetization of the oceanic crust.  Geophysical Journ. Roy. Ast. Soc., 47: 257-283.

E.S. Richardson, C.G.A. Harrison.  Opening of the Red Sea with two poles of rotation -Reply.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 33:  173-175.

1975    C.G.A. Harrison, E. Bonatti, L. Stieltjes.  "Tectonism of axial valleys in spreading centers:  Data from the Afar Rift."  Afar Depression of Ethiopia, Proceedings of an international symposium on the Afar region and related rift problems, held in Bad Bergzabern, F.R. Germany, 16 April 1974.  Edited by A. Pilger and A. Rosler, Vol. I, 178-198.

C.G.A. Harrison, E. Ramirez.  Areal coverage of spurious reversals of the Earth's magnetic field.  Journ. of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 27: 139-151.

1974    C.G.A. Harrison, The paleomagnetic record from deep-sea sediment cores.  Earth Science Reviews, 10:  1-36.

C.G.A. Harrison, Tectonics of mid-ocean ridges.  Tectonophysics, 22:  301-310.

 

C.G.A. Harrison, M.M. Ball.  Geophysical observations on an exposed seamount in the Afar Depression.  Bull. Volcanologique, 38:  26-43.

C.G.A. Harrison, J.M. Prospero.  Reversals of the earth's magnetic field and climatic changes.  Nature, 250:  563-565.

C.G.A. Harrison, R. Jarrard, V. Vacquier, R. Larson.  Paleomagnetism of Cretaceous Pacific seamounts.  Geophys. Journ. Roy. Ast. Soc., 42:  859-882.

1973    C.G.A. Harrison, Reply to "Comments on 'Poles of rotation' by C.G.A. Harrison," by X. LePichon.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 19:  242-245.

C.G.A. Harrison, M.M. Ball.  The role of fracture zones in sea-floor spreading.  JGR, 78:  7776-7785.

L.K. Fink, Jr., C.G.A. Harrison.  Magnetization and alteration of class I titanomagnetites in pillow lavas. EØS 54:  1024-1025.

1972    C.G.A. Harrison, Poles of rotation.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 14: 31-38.

 

C.G.A. Harrison, J.G. Sclater.  Origin of the disturbed magnetic zone between the Murray and Molokai fracture zones.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 14:  419-427.

C.G.A. Harrison.  Comments on a paper by Watkins and Richardson:  "Intrusives, extrusives and linear magnetic anomalies."  Geophys. Jour. Roy. Ast. Soc., 28:  187-189.

1971    C.G.A. Harrison, A seamount with a non-magnetic top.  Geophysics, 36:  349-357.

J.G. Sclater, C.G.A. Harrison.  The elevation of mid-ocean ridges and the evolution of the Southwest Indian Ridge.  Nature, 230: 175-177.

M.M. Ball, C.G.A. Harrison, P. Supko, W. Bock, N. Maloney.  Marine geophysical measurements on the south boundary of the Caribbean.  The Geological Society of American Memoir, 130:  1-33.

1970    J.G. Sclater, J.D. Mudie, C.G.A. Harrison.  Detailed geophysical studies on the Hawaiian Arch near 24 degrees 25'W, 157 degrees 40'W.  A closely spaced suite of heat-flow stations.  JGR, 75:  333-348.

J. Francheteau, C.G.A. Harrison, J.G. Sclater, M.L. Richards.  Magnetization of Pacific seamounts:  A preliminary polar curve for the northeastern Pacific,  JGR,75:  2035-2061.

C. Emiliani, C.G.A. Harrison, M. Swanson.  Earthquakes and nuclear detonations:  Reply.  Science, 167:  1013-1014.

F.B. van den Akker, C.G.A. Harrison, J.D. Mudie.  Even more on the direct interpretation of magnetic anomalies.  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 9:  405-406.

M.M. Ball, C.G.A. Harrison.  Crustal plates in the Central Atlantic.  Science, 167:  1128-1129.

C.G.A. Harrison, Magnetization of Atlantic seamounts.  Bull. Mar. Sci., 20:  560-574.

1969    C.G.A. Harrison, What is the true rate of reversals of the Earth's magnetic field?  Earth and Plan. Sci. Letters, 6:  186-188.

M.M. Ball, C.G.A. Harrison, P.R. Supko.  Atlantic opening and the origin of the Caribbean.  Nature, 223:  167-168.

C. Emiliani, C.G.A. Harrison, M. Swanson.  Underground nuclear explosions and the control of earthquakes.  Science, 165:  1255-1256.

M.M. Ball, C.G.A. Harrison, R.J. Hurley, C.E. Leist.  Bathymetry in the vicinity of the northeastern scarp of the Great Bahama Bank and Exuma Sound.  Bull. Mar. Sci., 19:  243-252.

M.M. Ball, C.G.A. Harrison, P.R. Supko, W.D. Bock, N.J. Maloney.  Fallamiento normal a lo largo del limite meridional del Mar Caribe, Bahia de Unare, Venezuela.  Boletin Informativo Associacion Venezolana de Geologia, Mineria y Petroleo, 12(2):  22-40.

1968    C.G.A. Harrison, Evolutionary processes and reversals of the Earth's magnetic field.  Nature, 247:  46-47.

C.G.A. Harrison, Formation of magnetic anomaly patterns by dyke injection, JGR, 73:  2137-2142.

B.P. Luyendyk, J.D. Mudie, C.G.A. Harrison.  Lineations of magnetic anomalies in the Northeast Pacific observed near the ocean floor.  JGR, 73:  5951-5957.

J. Francheteau, J.G. Sclater, M.L. Richards, C.G.A. Harrison.  Comments on a paper by G.R. Schimke and C.G. Bufe.  JGR, 73:  7713-7715.

1967    C.G.A. Harrison, J.C. Belshe, A.S. Dunlap, J.D. Mudie, A.I. Rees.  A photographic compass inclinometer for the orientation of deep-sea sediment samples.  Jour. of Ocean Tech., 1(2):  37-39.

C.G.A. Harrison, T.E. Holzer.  Antipodal location of continents and oceans.  Science, 156:  264.

1966    M.D. Fuller, C.G.A. Harrison, Y.R. Nayudu.  Magnetic and petrologic studies of sediment found above basalt in experimental Mohole Core EM7.  Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., 50:  566-573.

C.G.A. Harrison, Antipodal location of continents and oceans.  Science, 153:  1246-1248.

C.G.A. Harrison, The paleomagnetism of deep-sea sediments.  JGR, 71:  3033-3043.

C.G.A. Harrison, B.L.K. Somayajulu.  Behaviour of the earth's magnetic field during a reversal.  Nature, 212:  1193-1195.

1965    C.G.A. Harrison, M.N.A. Peterson.  A magnetic mineral from the Indian Ocean.  American Mineralogist, 50:  704-712.

1964    C.G.A. Harrison, B.M. Funnell, Relationship of palaeomagnetic reversals and micropalaeontology in two late Cenozoic cores from the Pacific Ocean.  Nature, 204:  566.

Other Works and Publications

 

2003    C.G.A. Harrison,  A brief history of the Ocean Drilling Program, ODP Highlights, edited by Kasey White and Elspeth Urquhart, JOI Inc., Washington, D. C., 32 pp, 2003.

1997    C.G.A. Harrison, T. E. Dixon, “Don't build the ark yet”, Op Ed piece in the Miami Herald, 5 May.

               C.G.A. Harrison, T.E. Dixon, “Global warming: It's time for knowledge, not panic” Op Ed piece in the Tallahassee Democrat, 11 Aug.

               C.G.A. Harrison, T.E. Dixon, “Heard that oceans are rising? Don't rush to build another ark”, Op Ed piece in The Stuart News, 7 Aug.

1995    T.H. Dixon, C.G.A. Harrison and others, “SAR interferometry and surface change detection,” report of a workshop held in Boulder, Colorado, 3-4 February 1994.  University of Miami, 97 pp.

1994    C.G.A. Harrison, IUGG 1995 to be held in Boulder, Editorial, EØS, 75, #12, March 22, pp. 137, 139.

H. Moritz, D. Chapman and C.G.A. Harrison, A letter to the geophysical community, EØS, 75, 489.

 

C.G.A. Harrison, Review of “Climate and Sea Level Change:  Observations, Projections and Implications”, eds. R.A. Warrick, E.M. Barrow, and T.M.L. Wigley, Cambridge University Press, 424 pp., 1993, J. Sed. Res., B64, 582.

1993    C.G.A. Harrison, Eileen Buttle, Lynne Talley, Jonathan Sharp  and Michael Sissenwine, Committee of Visitors Review of NSF Ocean Sciences Research Division, 21 pp, 21 figs.,  5 February 1993

C.G.A. Harrison, Rises and Falls, review of "Phanerozoic Sea-Level Change", by Anthony Hallam, Nature, 365, 220.

1991    S. Robaudo and C.G.A. Harrison, New Methods of Precise Positioning for Plate Tectonics, Proceedings, International Symposium on Marine Positioning, "Marine Positioning in the 1990's, pp 93-98, PIP Printing, Rockville MD, 594 pp.

C.G.A. Harrison, D.J. Williams and Peggy Shea, IGRF commercialization defeated, planetary studies probed by IAGA, EØS, 72, 489-490.

1989    C.G.A. Harrison, Guest editorial, "Crow's Nest", Sea Frontiers, July-Aug. 1989, p.195.

C.G.A. Harrison with many other authors.  Florida and the Hemisphere:  Critical Issues and Strategies, Hemispheric Policy Sudies Center, May 1989.

C.G.A. Harrison with many other authors.  Report of the Florida Space Research and Development Workshop, Feb. 8-9, Orlando, Florida.

1987    C.G.A. Harrison, The source of marine magnetic anomalies, in "Marine Geophysics:  A Navy Symposium", eds. E.N. Shor and C.L. Ebrahimi, Marine Physical Laboratory, Report No. MPL-V-42/87, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 52-60.

C.G.A. Harrison, Review of "The Ocean Basins and Margins, Volume 7A, The Pacific Ocean" edited by A.E.M. Nairn, F.G. Stehli and Seiya Uyeda, Plenum Press  NY 1985, Bull. Mar. Sci., 40, 171-172.

1986    C.G.A. Harrison, Review of "Rainbows, Snowflakes and Quarks:  Physics and the World around us" by Hans C. Baeyer, Sea Frontiers, 32, 154-155, 1986.

C.G.A. Harrison, Review of "Principles of Pleistocene Stratigraphy Applied to the Gulf of Mexico", ed. Nancy Healy-Williams, Sea Frontiers 32, 234-235.

C.G.A. Harrison, Solving the fall meeting crunch, EØS, 67, 441.

1985    C.G.A. Harrison, Review of "The Earth's Magnetic Field.  Its History, Origin and Planetary Perspective" by Ronald T. Merrill and Michael W. McElhinny, Academic Press, published in Geology, 13, 750.

W.M. Kaula and C.G.A. Harrison, editors "Geopotential Research Mission (GRM)", proceedings of a conference held at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland October 29-31, 1984, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 136pp.

1983    C.G.A. Harrison, Review of "The Road to Jaramillo.  Critical Years of the Revolution in Earth Science" by W. Glen, Stanford University Press, published in "Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences", 33, 376-377.

1976    E. Tarasiewicz, J. Tarasiewicz, C.G.A. Harrison.  Some magnetic properties of Leg 34 igneous rocks.  DSDP, Leg 34.  Edited by R.S. Yeats and S.R. Hart.  Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office, 473-478.

1974    C.G.A. Harrison, J. Prospero.  Reversals, climate and evolution.  Proceedings of the Takesi NAGATA Conference, edited by R.M. Fisher, M. Fuller, V.A. Schmidt and P.J. Wasilewski, 197-203.

R.W. Fairbridge, R.N. Young, C.G.A. Harrison, M.M. Ball.  "Bahamas."  Encyclopedia of World Regional Geology, Part I.  Edited by R.W. Fairbridge, Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Inc., 109-115.

1971    M.M. Ball, C.G.A. Harrison, P. Supko, W. Bock, N. Maloney.  Normal faulting on the south boundary of the Caribbean.  Trans. 5th Caribbean Conference, 17-21.

 

C.G.A. Harrison, The Sea Floor, review of "The Sea," Vol. 4, edited by Arthur E. Maxwell, Science, 175:  52.

1969    M.M. Ball, C.G.A. Harrison.  Origin of the Gulf and Caribbean and implications regarding ocean ridge extension, migration and shear.  Transactions, 19th Annual Meeting of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, 29 October to 1 November, 287-294.

1967    C.G.A. Harrison, "Paleomagnetism of deep-sea sediments."  International Dictionary of Geophysics.  Pergamon Press.  1134-1141.

               C.G.A. Harrison, M.L. Richards, V. Vacquier.  "Paleomagnetism of submarine igneous           rocks."  International Dictionary of Geophysics.  Pergamon Press.  1157--1163.

1966    C.G.A. Harrison, J.D. Mudie.  Stereoscopic representation of bathymetric and magnetic profiles.  Seminar Proceedings of the Society of Photooptical Instrumentation Engineers, DXXXI-1 to DXXXI-5.

1964    C.G.A. Harrison, Magnetic studies of Indian Ocean sediments, in "A Preliminary Report on Expeditions Monsoon and Lusiad, 1960-1963" ed. Robert L. Fisher, S.I.O. Reference 64-19, pp 137-144.

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