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Geology of the Northern Franklin Mountains, Texas and New Mexico

R. L. Harbour

Geology of the Northern Franklin Mountains, Texas and New Mexico

by R. L. Harbour

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Franklin Mountains, N.M. and Tex.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Franklin Mountains, N.M. and Tex.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby R. L. Harbour.
      SeriesGeological Survey bulletin 1298, Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1298.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE144.F7 H37
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 129 p.
      Number of Pages129
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5710161M
      LC Control Number70187909

      Pelitic schist, quartz-muscovite schist, immature quartzite, and subordinate amphibolite; includes parts of Vadito Group in northern New Mexico, immature metasedimentary rocks of central New Mexico, and Bullard Peak Series mixed supracrustal rocks in Burro Mountains. Harbour () mapped (,) the northern Franklin Mountains. He showed that the "longitudinal fault," "one of the main faults of the range" (Richardson, quote 5 above), was actually a series of low-angle normal faults, one of which Harbour mapped as the base of a landslide south of the Tin Mine.

      Geology of the northern part of the San Mateo Mountains, Socorro County, New Mexico: a study of a rhyolite ash-flow tuff cauldron and the role of laminar flow in ash-flow tuffs. @article{osti_, title = {The Fusselman Formation (Lower and Middle Silurian) of the Franklin Mountains of west Texas and south-central New Mexico}, author = {LeMone, D.V.}, abstractNote = {The Fusselman Formation of the Franklin Mountains is a massive, vuggy, finely to coarsely crystalline, whitish unit with m stratotype in the north-central part of the range where it forms the main.

      GEOLOGY OF THE SIERRA DIABLO REGION, TEXAS By PHILIP B. KING ABSTRACT The Sierra Diablo region covers an area 43 miles long and 33 miles wide in the western part of the State of Texas. The region includes the whole of the Sierra Diablo, a lofty plateau- like range whose summits exceed 6, feet in altitude. TheCited by: 1. Geology of the Santa Fe region, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, Forty-sixth Annual Field Conference, September , [Socorro, N.M.]: The Society. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) New Mexico Geological Society. Annual Field Conference and Paul W. Bauer.


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Geology of the Northern Franklin Mountains, Texas and New Mexico by R. L. Harbour Download PDF EPUB FB2

Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader. Get this from a library. Geology of the northern Franklin Mountains, Texas and New Mexico: the geology of a complex fault-block range with emphasis on stratigraphy of Paleozoic rocks.

[R L Harbour; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- "The geology of a complex fault-block range with emphasis on stratigraphy of Paleozoic rocks.". GEOLOGY OF THE NORTHERN FRANKLIN MOUNTAINS, TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO. [R.L. Harbour] on simplicityhsd.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying simplicityhsd.com: R.L. Harbour.

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LeMone,Precambrian and Paleozoic stratigraphy; Franklin Mountains, west Texas: # in Geological Society of America Centennial Field Guide – South Central Section, p.

The Franklin Mountains of Texas are a small range (23 miles long, 3 miles ( km) wide) that extend from El Paso, Texas north into New Mexico. The Franklins were formed due to crustal extension related to the Cenozoic Rio Grande simplicityhsd.com of rock: Cretaceous.

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precambrian-devonian geology of the franklin mountains, west texas – analogs for exploration & production in ordovician and silurian karsted reservoirs in the permian basin Guidebook These virtual geologic tours explore the high mountains of north-central New Mexico, the rugged mountains of southern New Mexico, and the wide open spaces of the eastern and northwestern parts of our great state.

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This book is a 6" x 9" paperback with pages. Ninth edition. Franklin Mountains Minerals Appendix A. Oct 24,  · Geology of the northern Franklin Mountains, Texas and New Mexico (NGMDB) Metadata Updated: October 24, This record is maintained in the National Geologic Map Database (NGMDB).Publish Year: Aug 29,  · Franklin Mountains.-The Franklin Mountains are the southern extremity of a broken chain about 10 miles wide and miles long, lying east of the Rio Grande valley and extending from the termination of the main mass of the Rocky Mountains in northern New Mexico southward to El Paso.

The main part of the Franklin Range lies entirely in Texas and Author: G. Richardson. GENERAL GEOLOGY OF THE FRANKLIN MOUNTAINS Total Mileage Mileage Point of departure: north side of Memorial Gym on the northeast side of the University of Texas at El Paso campus (approximately Baltimore Drive and Oregon Street).

Align cars to the east toward the Franklin Mountains on Baltimore Drive. Discussion on the Campus "Andesite.". the general geology of the franklin mountains, el paso county, texas. pdf. cenozoic stratigraphy of the rio grande valley area dona county, new mexico.

pdf. a glimpse of some of the geology and mineral resources, sierra blanca-van horn country, hudspeth and culbewson counties texas: pdf: geology of the florida mountains, luna. Guidebook for the northern Franklin Mountains and the southern San Andres Mountains, with emphasis on Pennsylvanian stratigraphy Northern Franklin Mountains, southern San Andres Mountains Field trip, northern Franklin Mountains, southern San Andres Mountains: Responsibility: Roswell Geological Society ; leaders, Frank E.

Kottlowski [and others]. Geologic History of West Texas Kevin Urbanczyk1, David Rohr1, and John C. White1 Introduction The region embraced within the Trans-Pecos region of Texas encompasses many snapshots of North American geologic history. Precambrian crystalline metamorphic rocks are exposed in the Franklin Mountains, Van Horn Mountains, and Sierra Diablo Mountains.

Canada to northern Mexico, and as far east as the Black Hills of South Dakota, and included the Laramie Mountains of Wyoming (for which it was originally named).

During that long period of subduction, the oceanic rocks of the Farallon Plate were carried deep enough to melt and turn to magma. Some of this magma crystallized.

Geology of the Organ Mountains New Mexico Mining Book; Geology of the Organ Mountains New Mexico Mining Book. $ Geology of the Organ Mountains New Mexico Mining Book Pyrometasomatic deposits, Replacements Deposits in Carbonate Rocks.

Also covers Northern Franklin Mountains, Potrillo Mountains, Dona Ana Mountains, Sierra Caballos, San. @article{osti_, title = {The post-Fusselman karst of the northern Franklin Mountains, west Texas and south-central New Mexico}, author = {Colleary, W.M.

and Crafton, J.W. and Farraro, J.T. and LeMone, D.V.}, abstractNote = {The uppermost Fusselman Formation (Crazy Cat Member) at Anthony's Gap in the northern Franklin Mountains exhibits extensive karsting as documented by the presence of.

New Mexico Bibliography of Geological References Our publications are available for sale through this website. Purchases can also be made in person, or by phone. Guidebook (click for details) Sincethe New Mexico Geological Society has held an annual Fall Field Conference that visits some region of New Mexico (or surrounding states).

Always well attended, these conferences provide a guidebook to participants.Recognized in Franklin Mountains, New Mexico-Texas. Consists of gray to brown shale (65 to 75 percent) alternating with thin ledges of gray limestone. Thickness up to feet ( m).MAJOR STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS.

The principal structural feature of the report area is the Guadalupe Mountains uplift (fig. 24). This uplift may be generally described as a gently northeastward tilted block bounded on the west by a zone of nearly en echelon normal faults of late Cenozoic age and on the east by a monoclinal fold of Cenozoic age, the Huapache monocline.