Western Mexico

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Western Mexico

A New Species of Peromyscus from Western Mexico

Current Views on Power, Economics, and Subsistence in Ancient Western Mexico

Mitochondrial DNA diversification and population structure in fishes from the Gulf of Mexico and Western Atlantic

Population and Community Ecology of Small Rodents in Montane Forest of Western Mexico

Recent Work on Early Western Mexico and the Revival of the Black Legend

Characteristics of Diet of Peromyscus aztecus and Reithrodontomys fulvescens in Montane Western Mexico

Palaeomagnetic dating of two recent lava flows from Ceboruco volcano, western Mexico

Line in the Sand: A History of the Western U.S.-Mexico Border

Rachel St. John. Line in the Sand: A History of the Western U.S.-Mexico Border.

Importance of Species of Triatominae (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) in Risk of Transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi in Western Mexico

Diet and Cranial Morphology of Musonycteris harrisoni, a Highly Specialized Nectar-Feeding Bat in Western Mexico

Lamprophyres, Basanites, and Basalts of the Western Mexican Volcanic Belt: Volatile Contents and a Vein–Wallrock Melting Relationship

A Hornblende Basalt from Western Mexico: Water-saturated Phase Relations Constrain a Pressure–Temperature Window of Eruptibility

Generation of Tonalite and Trondhjemite by Subvolcanic Fractionation and Partial Melting in the Zarza Intrusive Complex, Western Peninsular Ranges Batholith, Northwestern Mexico

Alkaline Lavas in the Volcanic Front of the Western Mexican Volcanic Belt: Geology and Petrology of the Ayutla and Tapalpa Volcanic Fields

The Current Status of the Distribution Range of the Western Pine Beetle, Dendroctonus brevicomis (Curculionidae: Solytinae) in Northern Mexico

Preserving Western History. Edited by Andrew Gulliford. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2005. vii + 415 pages, photographs, drawings, maps, bibliography, index. $34.95 paperback

Volatiles in High-K Magmas from the Western Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt: Evidence for Fluid Fluxing and Extreme Enrichment of the Mantle Wedge by Subduction Processes


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A region to the west of the Central Mexican Highlands—and more precisely of the Basin of Toluca. That vast territory is generally treated separately but as a whole; however, such ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.

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