Bill Mathews - Bibliography - Selected Significant Articles

Selected Significant Articles

  • Mathews, W. H. (1938). "Geology of the Garibaldi Lake area ". Canadian Alpine Journal 25: 107–112.
  • Mathews, W. H. (September 1, 1947). "Tuyas, flat-topped volcanoes in northern British Columbia". American Journal of Science 245 (9): 560–570. doi:10.2475/ajs.245.9.560. http://www.ajsonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/245/9/560.
  • Mathews, W. H. (November 1, 1951). "The Table, a flat-topped volcano in southern British Columbia". American Journal of Science 249 (11): 830–841. doi:10.2475/ajs.249.11.830. http://www.ajsonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/249/11/830. (see The Table)
  • Mathews, W. H. (1951). "Historic and prehistoric fluctuations of alpine glaciers in the Mount Garibaldi map-area, southwestern British Columbia". Journal of Geology 59 (4): 357–380. Bibcode 1951JG.....59..357M. doi:10.1086/625873.
  • Mathews, W. H. (February 1, 1952). "Mount Garibaldi, a supraglacial Pleistocene volcano in southwestern British Columbia". American Journal of Science 250 (2): 81–103. doi:10.2475/ajs.250.2.81. http://www.ajsonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/250/2/81.
  • Mathews, W. H. (August 1, 1952). "Ice-dammed lavas from Clinker Mountain, southwestern British Columbia". American Journal of Science 250 (8): 553–565. doi:10.2475/ajs.250.8.553. http://www.ajsonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/250/8/553.
  • Mathews, W. H. (1953). "Glacier study for the mountaineer". Canadian Alpine Journal 36: 161–167.
  • Mathews, W. H. (1955). "Permafrost and its occurrence in the southern Coast Mountains of British Columbia". Canadian Alpine Journal 38: 94–98.
  • Mathews, W. H. (1956). "Physical limnology and sedimentation in a glacial lake . Geological Society of America Bulletin 67 (5): 537–552. doi:10.1130/0016-7606(1956)672.0.CO;2. http://www.gsajournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-abstract&doi=10.1130%2F0016-7606(1956)67%5B537%3APLASIA%5D2.0.CO%3B2.
  • Mathews, W. H. (June 1, 1957). "Petrology of Quaternary volcanics of the Mount Garibaldi map-area, southwestern British Columbia". American Journal of Science 255 (6): 400–415. doi:10.2475/ajs.255.6.400. http://www.ajsonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/255/6/400.
  • Mathews, W. H. (1958). "Geology of the Mount Garibaldi map-area, southwestern British Columbia, Canada; Part 1, Igneous and metamorphic rocks". Geological Society of America Bulletin 69 (2): 161–178. doi:10.1130/0016-7606(1958)692.0.CO;2. http://www.gsajournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-abstract&doi=10.1130%2F0016-7606%281958%2969%5B161%3AGOTMGM%5D2.0.CO%3B2.
  • Mathews, W. H. (1958). "Geology of the Mount Garibaldi map-area, southwestern British Columbia, Canada; Part 2, Geomorphology and Quaternary volcanic rocks". Geological Society of America Bulletin 69 (2): 179–198. doi:10.1130/0016-7606(1958)692.0.CO;2. http://www.gsajournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-abstract&doi=10.1130%2F0016-7606%281958%2969%5B179%3AGOTMGM%5D2.0.CO%3B2.
  • Williams, P. M.; Mathews, W. H.; Pickard, G. L. (1961). "A lake in British Columbia containing old sea-water". Nature (London) 191 (4790): 830–832. Bibcode 1961Natur.191..830W. doi:10.1038/191830b0.
  • Mathews, W. H. (1965). "Two Self-Dumping Ice-Dammed Lakes in British Columbia". Geographical Review 55 (1): 46–52. doi:10.2307/212854. JSTOR 212854.
  • Nasmith, H.; Mathews, W. H.; Rouse, G. E. (1967). "Bridge River ash and some other Recent ash beds in British Columbia". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 4 (1): 163–170. Bibcode 1967CaJES...4..163N. doi:10.1139/e67-007.
  • Mackay, J. R.; Mathews, W. H. (1974). "Needle ice striped ground". Arctic and Alpine Research 6 (1): 79–84. doi:10.2307/1550372. JSTOR 1550372.
  • Mackay, J. R.; Mathews, W. H. (1974). "Movement of sorted stripes, The Cinder Cone, Garibaldi Park, B. C., Canada". Arctic and Alpine Research 6 (4): 347–359. doi:10.2307/1550330. JSTOR 1550330.
  • Mackay, J. R.; Mathews, W. H. (1975). "Orientation of soil stripes caused by needle ice". Journal of Glaciology 14 (71): 329–331. Bibcode 1975JGlac..14..329M.
  • Moore, D. P.; Mathews, W. H. (1978). "The Rubble Creek landslide, southwestern British Columbia". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 15 (7): 1039–1052. Bibcode 1978CaJES..15.1039M. doi:10.1139/e78-112.
  • Mathews, W. H.; Bustin, R. M. (1984). "Why do the Smoking Hills smoke?". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 21 (7): 737–742. Bibcode 1984CaJES..21..737M. doi:10.1139/e84-080.
  • Mathews, W. H.; Clague, J. J. (1993). "The record of jokulhlaups from Summit Lake, northwestern British Columbia". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 30 (3): 499–508. Bibcode 1993CaJES..30..499M. doi:10.1139/e93-039.

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