Publication List

Symons, D. T. A., K. Kawasaki, K., and J. F. Diehl, Paleomagnetic oxidation ages for the Keweenawan red beds of northern Michigan, USA, Can. J. Earth Sci., in review, 2013.

Kulakov, E. V., A. V. Smirnov, and J. F. Diehl, Paleomagnetism of ~1.09 Ga Lake Shore Traps (Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan): New results and implications, Can. J. Earth Sci., in press, 2013.

Kulakov, E. V., A. V. Smirnov, and J. F. Diehl, Absolute Geomagnetic Paleointensity as Recorded by ~1.09 Ga Lake Shore Traps (Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan), Studia geophysica et geodetica, 57, 1-20, DOI: 10.1007/s11200-013-0606-3, 2013.

Symons, D. T. A., K. Kawasaki, K., and J. F. Diehl, Age and Genesis of the White Pine Stratiform Copper Mineralization, Northern Michigan, U.S.A, from Paleomagnetism, Geofluids, DOI: 10.1111/gfl.12024, 1-15, 2013.

Escobar-Wolf, R. P., J. F. Diehl, B. S. Singer, and W. I. Rose, Jr., 40Ar/39Ar and paleomagnetic constraints on the evolution of Volcán de Santa María, Guatemala, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 122. 757-771, 2010, doi: 10.1130/B26569.1.

Kadlec, J., T. Grygar, I. Svetlík, V. Ettler, M. Mihaljevic, J. F. Diehl, S. Beske-Diehl, H. Svitavská-Svobodová, Morava River flood plain development during the last millennium (Strážnické Pomoraví, Czech Republic), The Holocene, 19, 499-509, 2009.

Sroubek, P., J. F. Diehl,and J. Kadlec, Historical Climatic Record from Flood Sediments Deposited in the Interior of Spirálka Cave, Czech Republic, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 251, 547-562, 2007.

Mayer, A.S., May, W., Lukkarila, C., and J. Diehl, Estimation of Fault Zone Conductance by Calibration of a Regional Groundwater Flow Model - Desert Hot Springs, California, Hydrogeology Journal,DOI 10.1007/s10040-007-0158-0, 2007.

Kadlec, J., H. Hercman, V. Benes, P. Sroubek, J. F. Diehl, and D. Granger, Cenozoic history of the Moravian Karst (northern segment): Cave sediments and karst morphology, Acta Mus. Moraviae Sci. geol., LXXXVI, 111-160, 2001.

Sroubek, P., J. F. Diehl, J. Kadlec, and K. Valoch, A Late Pleistocene palaeoclimate record based on mineral magnetic properties of the entrance facies sediments of Kulna Cave, Czech Republic, Geophys. J. Int., 147, 247-262, 2001.

Riley, C. M., J. F. Diehl, J. L. Kirschvink, R. L. Ripperdan, Paleomagnetic constraints on fault motion in the Hilina Fault System, south flank of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 94, 233-249, 1999.

Sroubek, P., J. F. Diehl, J. Kadlec, and K. Valoch, Preliminary study on the mineral magnetic properties of sediments from Kulna Cave (Moravian Karst), Czech Republic, Studia geophysica et geodetica, 40, 301-312, 1996.

Diehl, J. F. and T. D. Haig, A paleomagnetic study of the lava flows within the Copper Harbor Conglomerate, Michigan: New results and implications, Can. J. Earth Sci., 31, 369-380, 1994.

Conway, F. M., J. F. Diehl, W. I. Rose, and O. Matias, Age and magma flux of Santa Maria Volcano, Guatemala: Correlation of paleomagnetic waveforms with the 28,000 to 25,000 yr BP Mono Lake excursion, J. Geol., 102, 11-24, 1994.

Conway, F. M., J. F. Diehl, and O. Matias, Paleomagnetic constraints on eruption patterns at Pacaya composite volcano, Guatemala, Bull. Volcanol., 55, 25-32, 1992.

Diehl, J. F., The Elkhorn Mountains Revisited: New Data for the Late Cretaceous Paleomagnetic Field of North America, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 9887-9894, 1991.

Mitchell, R. J., D. J. Jaeger, J. F. Diehl, and P. E. Hammond, Paleomagnetic results from the Indian Heaven volcanic field, south-central Washington, Geophys. J., 97, 381-390, 1989.

Diehl, J. F., K. M. McClannahan, and T. J. Bornhorst, Paleomagnetic results from the Mogollon-Datil volcanic field, southwestern New Mexico and a refined Mid-Tertiary reference pole for North America, J. Geophys. Res., 93, 4869-4879, 1988

Diehl, J. F., T. C. Onstott, C. A. Chesner, and M. D. Knight, No short reversals of Brunhes age recorded in the Toba Tuffs, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Geophys. Res. Lett., 14, 753-756, 1987.

Knight, M. D., G. P. L. Walker, B. B. Ellwood, and J. F. Diehl, Stratigraphy, paleomagnetism, and magnetic fabric of the Toba Tuffs: Constraints on the sources and eruptive styles, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 10,355-10,382, 1986.

Diehl, J. F., M. E. Beck, Jr., S. Beske-Diehl, D. Jacobson, B. C. Hearn, Jr., Paleomagnetism of Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary north-central Montana alkalic province, J. Geophys. Res., 88, 10,593-10,609, 1983.

Baker, R. W., J. F. Diehl, T. W. Simpson, L. W. Zelazny, and S. Beske-Diehl, Pre-Wisconsin glacial stratigraphy, chronology, and paleomagnetics of west-central Wisconsin, Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer., 94, 1442-1449, 1983.

Diehl, J. F. and P. N. Shive, Paleomagnetic results from the Late Carboniferous/Early Permian Casper Formation: Implications for Appalachian Tectonics, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 54, 281-292, 1981.

Diehl, J. F., S. Beske-Diehl, M. E. Beck, Jr., and B. C. Hearn, Jr., Paleomagnetic results from Early Eocene instrusions, north-central Montana: Implications for North America apparent polar-wandering, Geophys. Res. Lett., 7, 541-544, 1980.

Jacobson, D., M. E. Beck, Jr., J. F. Diehl, and B. C. Hearn, Jr., A Paleocene paleomagnetic pole for North America from alkalic intrusions, central Montana, Geophys. Res. Lett., 7, 549-552, 1980.

Diehl, J. F. and P. N. Shive, Paleomagnetic studies of the Early Permian Ingelside Formation of northern Colorado, Geophys. J., 56, 271-282, 1979.

Beck, M. E., Jr., S. D. Sheriff, J. F. Diehl, E. A. Hailwood, and P. W. Lipman, Further paleomagnetic results for the San Juan volcanic field of southern Colorado, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 37, 124-130, 1977.

Shive, P. N. and J. F. Diehl, Thermomagnetic analysis of natural and synthetic hematite, Geophys. Res. Lett., 4, 159-162, 1977.

Shive, P. N. and J. F. Diehl, Reduction of hematite under natural and laboratory conditions, J. Geomag. Geoelectr., 29, 345-354, 1977.

Diehl, J. F., M. E. Beck, Jr., and P. W. Lipman, Palaeomagnetism and magnetic-polarity zonation in some Oligocene volcanic rocks of the San Juan Mountains, southwestern Colorado, Geophys. J., 37, 323-332, 1974.