2 edition of Geology of the Caballo Mountains found in the catalog.
Geology of the Caballo Mountains
Vincent Cooper Kelley
|Statement||[by] Vincent C. Kelley and Caswell Silver.|
|Series||University of New Mexico publications in geology,, no. 4|
|Contributions||Silver, Caswell, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE144.C2 K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||53062144|
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Geology of the Caballo Mountains: University of New Mexico Publications in Geology, No. 4Author: Vincent Cooper Kelley, Caswell Silver. The Caballo Mountains, (Spanish: "horse") are a mountain range located in Sierra and Doña Ana Counties, New Mexico, United range is located east of the Rio Grande and Caballo Lake, and west of the Jornada del Muerto; the south of the range extends into northwest Doña Ana nearest towns are Truth or Consequences and Hatch.
Most of the Caballo Mountains are located on Counties: Sierra and Doña Ana. Geology of the Caballo Mountains, New Mexico (Memoir (New Mexico. Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources), ) Paperback – July 1, by William R.
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Seager, Greg H. MacK. Caballo Mountains (N.M.) Folk-lore of mines History / United States / State & Local / General History / United States / State & Local / Southwest Travel / Special Interest / Adventure Treasure troves Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seager, William R. Geology of the Caballo Mountains, New Mexico. Socorro, NM: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Get this from a library. Geology of the Caballo Mountains: with special reference to regional stratigraphy and structure and to mineral resources, including oil and gas.
[Vincent C Kelley; Caswell Silver]. Mountains, Santa Fe County, were discovered (Jones,p. 21). Even before that discovery, New Mexico was the scene of some mining activity.
The Pueblo Indians mined and used turquoise for ornaments, and there is some evidence to suggest that they Cited by: 7.
Kelley, V.C., and Silver, Caswell,Geology of the Caballo Mountains; with special reference to regional stratigraphy and structure and to mineral resources, including oil and gas: University of New Mexico Publications in Geology, no. 4, p. Summary. The Caraballo Mountains is a mountain range in the central part of Luzon island in the Philippines, situated between Cordillera Central and Sierra Madre mountain ranges.
The mountains serve as the location of the headwaters of the Cagayan River, the longest in the country. Several portions of the mountain range are protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System, including the Borders on: Cordillera Central, Sierra Madre, Cagayan.
Of the many stories of treasure in the Caballo Mountains of New Mexico, caves are a constant theme. Finding a cave up there is not difficult, and some, such as the well-known Bat Cave at the mouth of Cable Canyon, can be seen from miles away.
del Muerto Basin (between the Caballo Mountains and the San Andres) and the Tularosa Basin (between the San Andres and Sacramento mountains). The rift south of Las Cruces is called the Mesilla Basin, and the area southeast of Deming is the Mimbres Basin.
Between the Caballo Mountains and the Black Range is the Palomas–San Marcial Size: KB. BEDROCK GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE EL PASO MOUNTAINS IN THE GARLOCK AND EL PASO PEAKS /2' QUADRANGLES, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA By Michael D.
Carr, Robert L. Christiansen, Forrest G. Poole, and John W. Goodge GEOLOGIC SETTING The El Paso Mountains are a range of mountain peaks trending east-northeast along the north side of theCited by: 6. In the ?s a cache of silver tableware was dug up and a cache of $16, in coins were found, both in the Caballo Mountains.
In two deer hunters were in the south end of the Caballo Mountain range, specifically Burbank Canyon, when they found a tunnel opening that led. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 63INTERMITTENT PROTEROZOIC PLUTONIC MAGMATISM rd Field Conference, Warm Springs Region,p.
INTERMITTENT PROTEROZOIC PLUTONIC MAGMATISM AND NEOPROTEROZOIC COOLING HISTORY IN THE CABALLO MOUNTAINS, SIERRA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. UNIVERSITY-OF-NEW-MEXICO-PUBLICATIONS-IN-GEOLOGY Download University-of-new-mexico-publications-in-geology ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
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GEOLOGY OF SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS. By Rob Blair. Mountain Studies Institute. INTRODUCTION • Overview of geologic history • Key geomorphic features and processes • Why the San Juan Mountains are geologically interesting. USGS image. Colorado. Comments: Orig. ref.: Udden, Baker, and Boise () named units in Brewster Co.
in Horse (Caballos) Mtn. and Maravillas Gap, respectively. (following from Emory Peak--Presidio Sheet, Geol. Atlas of Texas, ) younger to older: Caballos Novaculite includes 5 members: (1) Upper chert mbr, gray to green, dull lustered, translucent, some siliceous shale, ft thick; (2) Upper novaculite.
Spinels From The Caballo Mountains Feb85 News Nuggets A fascinating spinel location occurs near Truth or Consequences in the northern Caballo Mountains. This location was initially described by Charles Maxwell in partial fulfillment for a Master’s degree in Geology from the University of File Size: 35KB.
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These factors contribute towards the superb bouldering opportunities across the state, which are growing rapidly. Strata of the Lower Permian Yeso Group exposed in the Fra Cristobal and Caballo Mountains of Sierra County can be assigned to the Arroyo de Alamillo and overlying Los Vallos formations.
The Arroyo de Alamillo Formation is m thick and consists primarily of red-bed sandstone, which is very fine grained, silty, often gypsiferous and mostly.on the southeast ank of the Fra Cristobal Mountains, New Mexico: M.S.
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