Finney, S. C., Grubb, B. J., and Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 1996, Graphic correlation of Middle Ordovician graptolite shale, southern Appalachians: An approach for examining the subsidence and migration of a Taconic foreland basin: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 108, no. 3, p. 355-371.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Corbett, R. G., 1996, Educating professional geologists for the 21st century: Is accreditation part of the answer?: Geotimes, v. 41, no. 4, p. 5, 35-36.
Hooper, R. J., and Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 1997, The character of the Avalon terrane and its boundary with the Inner Piedmont in central Georgia: Geological Society of America Special Paper 314, p. 1-14.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 1997, Structural and physical geology: Encyclopedia of Applied Physics, v. 20, p. 97-117.
Burton, W. C., and Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 1997, EDMAP Program: Training tomorrow's geologic mappers: GSA Today, August, p. 11.
Ausburn, M. P., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Bryan, J. G., Godfrey, S. E., and Acker, L. L., 1998, Geologic map and mineral resources summary of the Topton quadrangle, North Carolina: North Carolina Geological Survey, GM 159-NW, scale 1/24,000.
Miller, C. F., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Harrison, T. M., Coath, C. D., and Gorisch, E. B., 1998, Cryptic crustal events elucidated through zone imaging and ion microprobe studies of zircon, southern Appalachian Blue Ridge, North Carolina-Georgia: Geology, v. 26, p. 419-422.
Pittillo, J. D., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Buol, S A., 1998, Introduction to the environment and vegetation of the southern Blue Ridge province: Castanea, v. 63, p. 202-216.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Hooper, R. J., 1998, Retrograde and annealed mylonites, in Snoke, A. W., Tullis, J. A., and Todd, V. R., Fault-related rocks-A photographic atlas: Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 1999, Crust-forming processes, in Sinha, A. K. (ed.), Basement Tectonics 13: Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 99-118.
Montes, C., and Hatcher, R.D., Jr., 1999, Documenting Late Proterozoic rifting in the Ocoee basin, western Blue Ridge, North Carolina: Southeastern Geology, v. 39, p. 37-50.
Keller, G. R., and Hatcher, R. D. , Jr.,, 1999, Some comparisons of the structure and evolution of the southern Appalachian-Ouachita orogen and portions of the Trans-European suture zone: Tectonophysics, v. 314, p. 43-68.
Miller, C. F., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Ayers, J. C., Coath, C. D., and Harrison, T. M., 2000, Age and zircon inheritance of eastern Blue Ridge plutons, southwestern North Carolina and Northeastern Georgia, with implications for magma history and evolution of the southern Appalachian orogen: American Journal of Science, v. 300, p. 142-172.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 2001, Rheological partitioning during multiple reactivation of the Paleozoic Brevard Fault Zone, Southern Appalachians, USA, in Holdsworth, R. E., Strachan, R. A., Macloughlin, J. F., and Knipe, R. J., eds., The nature and significance of fault zone weakening: Geological Society of London Special Publication 186, p. 255-269.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., McCown, M. W., and Williams, R. T., 2001, Tengasco's Swan Creek Field: Isolated Success or Tip of the Iceberg in the Southern Appalachian Thrust Belt?: Oil and Gas Journal, v. 99.40, p. 38-44.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 2002, An Inner Piedmont primer, in Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Bream, B. R., eds., Inner Piedmont tectonics focused mostly on detailed studies in the South Mountains and the southern Brushy Mountains, North Carolina: Carolina Geological Society Guidebook, North Carolina Geological Survey, p. 1-18.
Carrigan, C. W., Miller, C. F., Fullagar, P. D., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Bream, B. R., and Coath C. D., 2003, Ion microprobe age and geochemistry of southern Appalachian basement, with implications for Proterozoic and Paleozoic reconstructions: Precambrian Research, v. 120, p. 1-36.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 2002, The Alleghanian (Appalachian) orogeny, a product of zipper tectonics: Rotational transpressive continent-continent collision and closing of ancient oceans along irregular margins, in Catalán, J. R. M., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Arenas, R., and García, F. D., eds., Variscan-Appalachian dynamics: The building of the late Paleozoic basement: Geological Society of America Special Paper 364, p. 199-208.
Catalán, J. R. M., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Arenas, R., and García, F. D., eds., 2002, Variscan-Appalachian dynamics: The building of the late Paleozoic basement: Geological Society of America Special Paper 364, 305 p.
Whisner, J. B., and Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 2003, Detachment folds and triangle zones -Unexplored hydrocarbon potential along the eastern Cumberland Escarpment, Tennessee: Oil and Gas Journal, July 28, 2003 issue, p. 38-44.
Whisner, S. C., Hatcher, R. D., Jr. and, Munsey, J. W., 2003, Disturbed sediments in the East Tennessee seismic zone: Evidence of large prehistoric earthquakes in East Tennessee?: Southeastern Geology, v. 42, p.67-82.
Hatcher, R. D., 2004, Properties of thrusts and the upper bounds for the size of thrust sheets, in McClay, K. R., ed., American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir 82, p. 18-29. [Five years from presentation in London to publication!]
Montes, C., Restrepo-Pace, P, and Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 2003, Three-dimensional structure and kinematics if the Piedras-Girardot fold belt: Surface expression of transpressional deformation in the northern Andes, in Bartolini, C., Buffler, R. T., and Blickwede, J., eds., The Circum-Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean: Hydrocarbon habitats, basin formation, and plate tectonics: AAPG Memoir 79, p. 153-156.
Bream, B. R., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Miller, C. F., and Fullagar, P. D., 2004, Detrital zircon ages and Nd isotopic data from the southern Appalachian crystalline core, GA-SC-NC-TN: New provenance constraints for Laurentian margin paragneisses, in Tollo, R. P., Corriveau, L., McLelland, J., and Bartholomew, M. J., eds., Proterozoic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Memoir 197, p. 450-475.
Hatcher, R. D. Jr., Bream, B. R., Miller, C. L., Eckert, J. O. Jr. Fullagar, P. D., and Carrigan, C. W. 2004, Paleozoic Structure of Southern Appalachian Blue Ridge Grenvillian Internal Basement Massifs, in Tollo, R. P., Corriveau, L., McLelland, J., and Bartholomew, M. J., eds., Proterozoic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Memoir 197, p. 525-547.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 2004, Making a geologic maps, in Thomas, W. A., Meeting challenges with geologic maps: American Geological Institute Environmental Awareness Series 7, p. 22-23.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., 2004, Regional Geology of North America—Southern and Central Appalachians: Encyclopedia of Geology, Elsevier Publishers, London, p. 72-81.
McBride, J. H., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Stephenson, W. J., 2005, Integrating seismic refl ection and geological data and interpretations across an internal basement massif: The southern Appalachian Pine Mountain window, USA Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 117, p. XXXXX.
Merschat, A. H., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Davis, T. L., in press 2005, 3-D deformation, kinematics, and crustal flow in the northern Inner Piedmont, southern Appalachians, USA: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 27, p. XXXXX.
Montes, C., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Restrepo-Pace, P., in press, Tectonic reconstruction of the northern Andean blocks: oblique convergence and rotations derived from the kinematics of the Piedras-Girardot foldbelt, Colombia: Tectonophysics.
Carter, M. W., Hatcher, R. D., Jr., Costello, J. O., Montes, C., Martin, S. L., and Geddes, D. J., in preparation, Stratigraphy, structure, and tectonic framework, and implications for the Neoproterozoic and Paleozoic evolution of the Laurentian margin of southeastern North America.
Hatcher, R. D., Jr., and Merschat, A. H., in review, The Appalachian Inner Piedmont: An Exhumed Strike-Parallel, Tectonically Forced Orogenic Channel, in Law, R. D., Searle, M., and XXX, eds., Geological Society of London special Publication.
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