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Parker, Fred J. "The Roop Mine, Revisited." Maryland Naturalist 36 (January/June 1992): 1-2.
Poag, C. Wylie. Chesapeake Invader: Discovering America's Giant Meteorite Crater. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.
Annotation / Notes: Poag's recent book discusses the massive bolide impact which set up the geology beneath Chesapeake Bay. While the impact was centered beneath what is today the Virginia Eastern Shore, parts of the bolide struck in Maryland as well, and affected the entire drainage system.
Rambo, Kyle. "A Small Mammal Survey of the Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Including the First Records for the Southeastern Shrew (Sorex longirostris) and Masked Shrew (Sorex cinereus) from St. Mary's County, Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 41 (July/December 1997): 87-88.
Redman, Donnell E. "An Annotated Checklist of the Vascular Flora of Oregon Ridge Park, Baltimore County, Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 43 (January/June 1999): 1-31.
Redman, Donnell E. "Bamboos of Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 39 (January-June 1995): 15-22.
Redman, Donnell E. "The Livebearing Fish, Gambusia holbrooki, in Loch Raven Watershed Baltimore County, Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 38 (January/June 1994): 28-30.
Schmidt, Martin F. Maryland's Geology. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1993.
Schubel, Jerry R. The Living Chesapeake. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.
Slifer, Dennis, and Richard Franz. Caves of Maryland. Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1971.
Staines, C. L. "Survey for Calosoma Caterpillar Hunters (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in Maryland 1992-1993." Maryland Naturalist 38 (January/June 1994): 31-36.
Steury, Brent W. "Survey for Endangered, Threatened and Rare Vascular Plants in Cove Point Marsh, Calvert County, Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 41 (July/December 1997): 89-96.
Stevenson, C. H. "The Oyster Industry in Maryland." Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Fisheries (1892): 203-297.
Annotation / Notes: Stevenson foresaw far in advance a coming disaster for the oyster industry. Oh, had we only heeded his wise counsel!
Tate, Thad W., and David L. Ammerman. The Chesapeake in the Seventeenth Century : Essays on Anglo-American Society. New York: W. W. Norton, 1979.
Annotation / Notes: These essays, while largely anthropological, tell a lot about how the Bay region was settled, the problems with this process, and how European practices moved across the landscape.
Taylor, John. Birds of the Chesapeake Bay. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.
Uhler, P. R., and Otto Lugger. List of Fishes of Maryland. Annapolis, MD: John Wiley, 1876.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. A Comprehensive List of Chesapeake Bay Basin Species. Annapolis, MD: Chesapeake Bay Program, 1998.
Valentino, David Wayne. Tectonics of the Lower Susquehanna River Region, Southeastern Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland: Late Proterozoic Rifting to Late Paleozoic Dextral Transpression. Ph.D. diss., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1993.
Vogt, Peter R. "Maryland's First Naturalist." Bugeye Times 17 (Winter 1992/1993): 6-7.
Vogt, Peter R. "Southern Maryland in Deep Time: A Brief History of our Geology, Part I: Fathoming the Ocean of Time." Bugeye Times 22 (Fall 1997): 1, 6.
Vogt, Peter R. "Southern Maryland in Deep Time; A Brief History of our Geology, Part II: The Post-Breakup Sediment Wedge." Bugeye Times 23 (Spring 1998): 1, 6-7.
Vokes, Harold E. Geography and Geology of Maryland. Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1957.
Annotation / Notes: This little volume, long out of print, is packed with history and economic background, which though dated, gives a broad overview of the State's environment.
Vokes, Harold E. Miocene Fossils of Maryland. 1957; reprint, Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1968.
Walker, P. N. Water in Maryland: A Review of the State's Liquid Assets. Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1970.
Annotation / Notes: This is a summary work for the whole state. There appear to be obscure but existing water resources works for most of the counties as well.
Ward, Lauck W., and David S. Powars. Tertiary Stratigraphy and Paleontology, Chesapeake Bay Region, Virginia and Maryland. Washington, DC: 28th International Geological Congress, American Geophysical Union, 1989.
Annotation / Notes: A thorough discussion of how layers of this region's fossils lie in our exposed cliffs. Not a popularly written text, but this is how to find and identify many of the region's marvelous fossils.
Webster, W. D., F. P. James, and Walter C. Biggs. Mammals of the Carolinas, Virginia and Maryland. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1986.