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Geochronology bibliography

Abell, G. O., 1983, The Ages of the Earth and the Universe, in Godfrey, L. R., ed., Scientists Confront Creationism: New York, Norton, p. 33-47.

Ackerman, P. D., 1986, It's a Young World After All: Grand Rapids, Michigan, Baker Book House.

Afanas'iev, G. D., Bagdasar'iyan, G. P., Borovikov, L. I., Vinogradov, A. P., Garris, M. A., Gerling, E. K., et al., 1964, The absolute geochronological scale according to the data presented by the USSR laboratories and accounting foreign data [in Russian], in Absolute Age of Geological Formations: Moscow, Nauka, p. 287-324.

Akhmedzhhanov, M. A., Baratov, R. B., Bakirov, A. B., Borisov, O. M., Korolev, V. G., Mirkhodzhayev, I. M., et al., 1978, Precambrian in Central Asia [in Russian]: Leningrad (St. Petersburg, Nauka, 264 p.

Allen, B. F., 1942, The geologic age of the Mississippi River: Bulletin of the Deluge Society and Related Sciences, v. 2, no. 2, p. 37-62.

---, 1972, The geologic age of the Mississippi River: Creation Research Society Quarterly, v. 9, p. 96-114.

Amato, I., 1987, Tics in the tocs of molecular clocks: Science News, v. 131, p. 74-75.

Awbery, F. T., 1983, Space dust, the moon's surface, and the age of the cosmos: Creation/Evolution, v. 4, p. 21-29.

Awbrey, F. T., 1983, Space Dust, the Moon's Surface, and the Age of the Cosmos: Creation/Evolution, v. 13, p. 21-29.

Badash, L., 1989, The-age-of-the-earth debate: Scientific American, v. 261, no. 2, p. 90-96.

Barnes, T. G., 1982, Young age for the moon and earth: ICR Impact Series, v. 110, p. i-iv.

Broecker, W. S., 1966, Absolute dating and the astronomical theory of glaciation: Science, v. 151, p. 229-304.

Broecker, W. S., Thurber, D. L., Goddard, J., Ku, T., Matthews, R. K., and Mesolella, K. J., 1968, Milankovich hypothesis supported by precise dating of coral reefs and deep-sea cores: Science, v. 159, p. 297-300.

Brooks, A. S., Hare, P. E., Kokis, J. E., Miller, G. H., Ernst, R. D., and Wendorf, J., 1990, Dating Pleistocene archeological sites by protein diagenesis in ostrich eggshell: Science, v. 248, p. 60-64.

Brush, S. G., 1982, Finding the Age of the Earth: By Physics or by Faith?: Journal of Geological Education, v. 30, p. 34-58.

---, 1983, Ghosts from the Nineteenth Century: Creationist Arguments for a Young Earth, in Godfrey, L. R., ed., Scientists Confront Creationism: New York, Norton, p. 49-84.

Bucha, V., 1971,, in Michael, H. N., and Ralph, E. K., eds., Dating Techniques for the Archaeologist: Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, p. 57-117.

Cloud, P., 1988, Oasis in Space: Earth History from the Beginning: New York, Norton Books.

Cook, M. A., 1968, Do radiological clocks need repair?: Creation Research Society Quarterly, v. 5, p. 70.

Dalrymple, G. B., 1983, Can the earth be dated from the decay of its magnetic field?: Journal of Geological Education, v. 31, p. 124-133.

---, 1984, How Old is the Earth? A Reply to 'Scientific' Creationism, in Awbrey, F., and Thwaites, W. M., eds., Evolutionists Confront Creationists: San Francisco, 1984, American Association for the Advancement of Science, v. 1, Part 3, p. 66-131; Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division.

---, Forthcoming, Radiometric Dating, Geologic Time, and the Age of the Earth: A Reply to "Scientific" Creationism: United States Geological Survey; Typescript.

Damon, P. E., 1965, Correlation and chronology of ore deposits and volcanic rocks. Annual Progress Report, C00-689-50, Contract AT(11-1)-689. Research Division, United States Atomic Energy Commission: Arizona State University, Geochronology Labs. 157 pp.

Dorn, R. I., 1983, Cation-ratio dating: a new rock varnish age-determination technique: Quaternary Research, v. 20, p. 49-73.

Eicher, D. L., 1968, Geologic Time: Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall.

---, 1976, Geologic Time [2nd ed.]: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall, 150 p.

Faul, H., 1966, Ages of Rocks, Planets, and Stars: New York, McGraw-Hill.

Fisher, D. E., 1987, The Birth of the Earth: A Wanderlied Through Space, Time and the Human Imagination: New York, Columbia University Press.

Garris, M. A., Kazakov, G. A., Keller, B. M., Polevaya, N. I., and Semikhatov, M. A., 1964, The Geochronological Scale of the Upper Proterozoic (Riphean and Vendian) [in Russian], in The Absolute Age of Geological Formations: Moscow, Nauka, p. 431-455.

Grootes, P. M., 1978, Carbon-14 time scale extended: comparison of chronologies: Science, v. 200, p. 11-21.

Hitch, C. J., 1982, Dendrochronology and serendipity: American Scientist, v. 70, p. 300-305.

Hurley, P. M., 1959, How Old Is the Earth?: New York, Anchor\Doubleday.

Jacobs, J. A., 1983, Reversals of the Earth's Magnetic Field: Bristol, Adam Hilger, Ltd., 230 p.

Kerr, R. A., 1990, Marking the Ice Ages in coral instead of mud: Science, v. 248, p. 31-33.

---, 1990, The Ice Age bones of contention: Science, v. 248, p. 32.

Matthews, R. W., 1982, Radiometric dating and the age of the earth: Ex Nihilo, v. 5, no. 1, p. 41-44.

Monastersky, R., 1989, New Record for World's Oldest Rocks: Science News, v. 136, p. 228.

Morris, H. M., 1983, Science, Scripture and the Young Earth: San Diego, California, Institute for Creation Research.

Noble, C. S., and Naughton, J. J., 1968, Deep-ocean basalts: Inert gas and uncertainties in age dating: Science, v. 162, p. 265-267.

Pannella, G., MacClintock, C., and Thompson, M. N., 1968, Paleontological evidence of variations in the length of synodic month since late Cambrian: Science, v. 162, p. 792-796.

Richards, J. R., 1975, Lead isotope data on three north Austrailian galena localities: Mineralium Deposita, v. 10, p. 287-301.

Runcorn, S. K., 1966, Corals as paleontological clocks: Scientific American, v. 215, p. 26-33.

Rybka, T. W., 1982, Consequences of time dependent nuclear decay indices on half lifes: ICR Impact Series, v. 106, p. i-iv.

Schidlowski, M., 1988, A 3,800-million-year isotopic record of life from carbon in sedimentary rocks: Nature, v. 333, p. 313-318.

Schramm, D. N., 1974, The Age of the Elements: Scientific American, v. 230, no. 1, p. 69-77.

Skehan, J. W., 1986, The Age of the Earth, of Life, and of Mankind: Geology and Biblical Theology versus Creationism, in Hanson, R. W., ed., Science and Creationism: Geological, Theological, and Educational Perspectives: New York, Macmillan, p. 10-32.

Slusher, H., 1973, Critique of Radiometric Dating: San Diego, California, Creation-Life Publishers.

---, 1976, Age of the Cosmos: San Diego, California, Creation-Life Publishers.

Slusher, H. S., 1981, Critique of Radiometric Dating [2nd ed.]: San Diego, California, Creation-Life Publishers, 58 p.; ICR Technical Monograph, No.2.

Stanley, S. M., 1981, The New Evolutionary Time Table: Fossils, Genes, and the Origin of Species: New York, Basic Books.

Tedford, R. H., 1970, Principles and practices of mammalian geochronology in North America: North American Paleontological Convention, Proceedings, p. 666-703; Part F.

Van Andel, T. H., 1985, New Views on an Old Planet: Continental Drift and the History of the Earth: Cambridge, Mass., Cambridge University Press.

Weber, C. G., 1982, Answers to creationist attacks on Carbon-14 dating: Creation/Evolution, v. 3, p. 23-29.

Weisburd, S., 1987, Sea cycle clock: Science News, v. 131, p. 154-155.

Whitcomb, J. C., 1964, Origin of the Solar System: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co.

Woodmorappe, J., 1979, Radiometric geochronology reappraised: Creation Research Society Quarterly, v. 16, p. 102-129, 147.

York, D., and Farquar, R. M., 1972, The Earth's Age and Geochronology: Oxford, Pergamon Press.

Young, D. A., 1982, Christianity and the Age of the Earth: Grand Rapids, Michigan, Zondervan.

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