Davis, A.S., D.A. Clague, W.A. Bohrson, G.B. Dalrymple, and H.G. Greene (submitted). Seamounts at the continental margin of central California: A different kind of oceanic interplate volcanism. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America.
Eittreim, S.L., R.J. Anima, A.J. Stevenson, and F.L. Wong (2000). Seafloor rocks and sediments of the continental shelf from Monterey Bay to Point Sur, Califorrnia. U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-2345, Scale 1:100,000.
Embley, R.W., S.L. Eittreim, C.H. McHugh, W.R. Normark, G.H. Rhu, B. Hecker, A.E. DeVevoise, H.G. Greene, W.B.F. Ryan, C. Harrold, and C. Baxter (1990). Geological setting of chemosynthetic communities in the Monterey Fan Valley system. Deep Sea Research, 37: 1651-1667.
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Greene, H.G., S.H. Clarke, Jr., and M.P. Kennedy (1991). Tectonic evolution of submarine canyons along the California continental margin. In: From Shoreline to Abyss, edited by R.H. Osborne. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Special Publication 46 (Society of Sedimentary Geology): 291-312.
Greene, H.G. and K.R. Hicks (1990). Ascension-Monterey canyon system: History and development. In: Geology and Tectonics of the Central California Coastal Region, San Francisco to Monterey, edited by R.E. Garrison, H.G. Greene, K.R. Hicks, G.E. Weber, and T.L. Wright. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Pacific Section, Volume and Guidebook, GB 67: 229-250.
Greene, H.G., W.H.K. Lee, D.S. McCulloch, and E.E. Brabb (1973). Faults and earthquakes in the Monterey Bay region, California. U. S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Field Investigation Map: MF-515.
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Greene, H.G., N.M. Maher, and C.K. Paull (in press). Physiography of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and implications about continental margin development. Marine Geology.
Greene, H.G., W.L. Stubblefield, and H.E. Theberge, Jr. (1989). Geology of the Monterey submarine canyon system and adjacent areas, offshore central California. U.S. Geological Survey, Open File Report 89-221, 33, 4 maps.
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McCulloch, D.S. and H.G. Greene (1990). Geologic map of the Central California Margin. In: California Continental Margin Geologic Map Series, edited by H.G. Greene and M.P. Kennedy. California Division of Mines and Geology, Scale 1:250,000.
Normark, W.R. and C.E. Gutmacher (1988). Sur submarine slide, Monterey Fan, central California. Sedimentology, 35: 629-647.
Orange, D.L., H.G. Greene, D. Reed, J.B. Martin, C.M. McHugh, W.B.F. Ryan, N.M. Maher, D.S. Stakes and J.P. Barry (1999) Widespread fluid expulsion on a translational continental margin: Mud volcanoes, fault zones, headless canyons, and organic-rich substrate in Monterey Bay, California. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 111(7):992-1009.
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Wagner, D.L., H.G. Greene, J. Saucedo, and C.L. Pridmore (2000). Geologic Map of the Monterey 30'x60' Quadrangle and Adjacent Areas, California. California Division of Mines and Geology, Scale 1:100,000.