3 edition of Geology of the Eagle Mountains and vicinity, Trans-Pecos Texas. found in the catalog.
Geology of the Eagle Mountains and vicinity, Trans-Pecos Texas.
Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Permian Basin Section.
1975 by Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Permian Basin Section in [s.l .
Written in English
|Series||Permian Basin Section guidebook publication ;, 75-15|
|LC Classifications||QE168.E18 S67 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||80479268|
The guidebook contains a road log with detailed descriptions of stops at caldera structures and other examples of ancient volcanic activity in the trans-pecos region and nearby Mexico, and includes articles on current research concerning the igneous geology of the area covering such topics as field relations of pyroclastic rocks, rheology of. 2 Ecology of the Mountain Lion on Big Bend Ranch State Park in the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas 3 III. STUDY AREA Trans-Pecos Study Area Figure 1. Big Bend Ranch State Park is characterized by rugged terrain, desert grasslands, and perennial springs. Photos by Ron George. There is embedded EPS on this page. The Alpine area is in the arid and semiarid Trans-Pecos region of Texas. The area described in this report is about square miles and is largely in northern Brewster County but includes also parts of Jeff Davis and Presidio Counties. The Alpine area occupies part of the erosional remnant of the once vast Davis Mountains volcanic field.
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Widespread mid-Tertiary vulcanism spread a blanket of flow and pyroclastic rock over Trans-Pecos Texas. In the Eagle Mountains rhyolitic and trachytic flow rock, volcanic breccia, and flow breccia overlie centroclinally dipping Cretaceous strata.
The high, interior part of the Eagles is a crescent-shaped stock composed of the Eagle Peak by: Trans-Pecos Texas. book. Geology of the Eagle Mountains and vicinity, Trans-Pecos Texas. [s.l.: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Permian Basin Section, ] (OCoLC) Online version: Society of Economic Paleontologists Geology of the Eagle Mountains and vicinity Mineralogists.
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Range Province; the highlands of the Eagle Mountains and vicinity. Physiographic features of western Trans-Pecos Texas and adjacent Chihuahua. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 31st Field Conference, Trans-Pecos Region, GEOLOGY OF THE EAGLE MOUNTAINS, HUDSPETH COUNTY, TEXAS JAMES R.
UNDERWOOD, Geology of the Eagle Mountains and vicinity. Department of Geology Kansas State University Manhattan, Kansas INTRODUCTION Eagle Mountains and the associated highlands, Devil Ridge andFile Size: 2MB.
FLUORSPAR DEPOSITS OF THE EAGLE MOUNTAINS, TRANS-PECOS TEXAS By ELLIOT GILLERMAN ABSTRACT The Eagle Mountains are in the southeastern part of Hudspeth County, Tex., about 17 miles southwest of Van Horn and miles southeast of El Paso, Tex.
The fluorspar deposits are in the northern and northeastern parts of the mounCited by: 7. Geology of Chinati Peak Quadrangle Trans-Pecos Texas. View/ Open. Final pdf File (Mb) Plain Text File (Kb) Date Author. Rix, Cecil C. Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn.
Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. In the Chinati Mountains, Presidio County, Texas, a stratigraphic sequence of more t feet of Paleozoic Cited by: 3.
The Trans-Pecos, as originally defined in by the Texas geologist Robert T. Hill, is the portion of Texas that lies west of the Pecos River.
The term is considered synonymous with Far West Texas, a subdivision of West Texas. The Trans-Pecos is part of the Chihuahuan Desert, the largest desert in North is the most Trans-Pecos Texas. book and arid portion of the state, and Country: United States.
Geology of Van Horn Mountains, Trans-Pecos Texas. (PhD) Uliana, Matthew Martin. Delineation of Regional Groundwater Flow Paths and their Relation to Structural Features in the Salt and Toyah Basins, Trans-Pecos Texas. (PhD) Underwood, James Ross. Geology of Eagle Mountains and Vicinity, Trans-Pecos Texas.
(PhD) Wade, Don Earl. Geological Sciences Theses and Dissertations Author Index. The following pages contain an alphabetical list (in order by author) of Geology Theses and Dissertations completed at the University of Texas at Austin.
The format of the citations is: Author. UT Austin Theses, by Year. Geology dissertations and theses are listed in the following pages by the year completed, from through the end of Underwood, James Ross,Geology of Eagle Mountains and Vicinity, Trans-Pecos Texas.
(DeFord, R. K.). Degree: PhD Smith, Michael A.,Geology and Trace Element Geochemistry of. Chapter 2 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 Trans-Pecos Texas. book, Van Horn Mountains, and Sierra Diablo File Size: 1MB. Henry, C. D., and Price, J.
G.,The Van Horn Mountains Caldera, Trans-Pecos Geology of the Eagle Mountains and vicinity Geology and Development of a Small (km 2) Ash-Flow Caldera: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No.
46 p. MS Book and Mineral Company Texas Geology and Mining History I - Federal Publications: Home Page: Trans-Pecos Texas.
book. / GEOLOGY OF A PART OF WESTERN TEXAS AND SOUTHEASTERN NEW MEXICO,afb, pages 33 -18 plates (9 in pocket), 1 figure, $ 20 E. / FLUORSPAR DEPOSITS OF THE EAGLE MOUNTAINS, TRANS-PECOS TEXAS,pb. Oil and Gas Prospects of Western Trans-Pecos Texas and Northern Chihuahua B.
Pearson and J.R. Underwood, Jr. Geothermal Prospects of the Eagle-Quitman Mountains Vicinity Trans-Pecos Texas D.F. Reaser, J. Underwood, Jr. and B. Jones HISTORICAL PAPERS W.H. von Streeruwitz (): Early in Trans-Pecos Texas Geologist J.R.
Underwood, Size: KB. GQD. Geology of Apache Mountains, Trans-Pecos Texas, by J. Wood. Oversize color geologic map, scalewith p. text, Downloadable PDF.
Geology of Apache Mountains, Trans-Pecos Texas (Geologic quadrangle map) [Wood, John W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology of Apache Mountains, Trans-Pecos Texas (Geologic quadrangle map)Author: John W Wood.
The Geology of Texas C. Reid Ferring University of North Texas Rio Grande valley, west of Big Bend, with exposures of Tertiary volcanics.
Texas Reid Ferring The Geology of Texas is written to accompany introductory courses including physical and historical geology, as well as physical geography, and was designed to. Geology T: Geology of the Trans-Pecos. During the spring break, ten Whitman students traveled over miles to a remote corner of Texas.
Our journey began with crossing over the bulk of the western United States in an airplane. We arrived safely in El Paso, Texas after hours on different planes and frustration with airport food.
Fluorspar deposits of the Eagle Mountains, trans-Pecos Texas: a study of the geology and fluorspar deposits of the Eagle Mountains, Hudspeth. TRANS-PECOS REGION Southeastern New Mexico and West Texas Eagle-Southern Quitman Mountains, Western Trans-Pecos Texas D F Reaser and James R.
Underwood, Jr. Quaternary Fault System in the Tularosa and Hueco Basins, Geology of the Eagle Mountains, Hudspeth County, Texas.
lames R. Underwood, Ir. MS Book and Mineral Company Texas Geology and Mining History of Texas II - State and Miscellaneous Publications: J. / THE VAN HORN MOUNTAINS CALDERA, TRANS-PECOS TEXAS: GEOLOGY AND DEVELOMENT OF A SMALL (KM2) ASH-FLOW CALDERA, Austin,pb, 46 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 31 figs., 3 tables, new, $ 19 Eagle Pass, Del.
Geology of the Eagle Spring Area, Eagle Mountain, Hudspeth County, Texas J. Fred Smith, Jr. Tbe Eagle Spring area is on the northern flank of Eagle Mountain, a dissected mountain mass with a maximum elevation of 7, feet in southeastern Hudspeth County, Trans-Pecos Texas (Plate 1).
It is included on the Sierra. Eagle Mountains caldera volcanic rocks (Oligocene) at surface, covers % of this area Eagle Mountains caldera volcanic rocks Duff Formation (with Decie Member from Paisano caldera shown separately), Cottonwood Springs Basalt, Potato Hill Andesite, Sheep Canyon Basalt, Crossen Trachyte, and Pruett Formation, undivided (Late Eocene to Early.
Texans have long had a sense of the vastness of their state. Nowhere is that vastness felt more than in the Trans-Pecos, a region where the land stretches for miles in all directions with distant mountains rising in rugged relief from broad, undulating plains and.
Sierra Madre Occidental and into Trans-Pecos Texas. This progression suggests that rocks in Trans-Pecos Texas with ages from 48 Ma to at least as young as 31 Ma are part of a single, long-lived magmatic arc.
In contrast, the youngest igneous rocks in Trans-Pecos Texas, Ma alkali basalts, are contemporaneous with Basin and Range faulting.
Eagle Mountains and the associated highlands, Devil Ridge and Indio Mountains, trending generally northwest to northnorthwest, are surrounded by "bolsons" or intermontane basins partly filled with alluvium and are an extension into southeastern Hudspeth County of the eastern part of a long, narrow, mountainous, structural belt that begins some km southeast near Ojinaga.
The Solitario displays geologic features that span virtually the entire regional history of Trans-Pecos Texas since Cambrian time. The visible structure (cover) is the eroded remnant of the roof of a radially symmetric late Eocene (38 Ma) laccolith.
Trans-Pecos Texas contains an amazing variety of well-exposed geological features. Virtually every mountain range is different.
There is much to see, no matter what special interest a person might have within the broad realm of geology. Buda Limestone; Eastern part of Trans-Pecos and High Plains and Western part of Trans-Pecos and North, central, and south Texas including Quaternary for all of west Texas.
Fredericksberg Group and Maxon Sandstone, undivided (Early Cretaceous; Comanchean Series) at surface, covers 1 % of this area. GEOLOGY OF APACHE MOUNTAINS, TRANS-PECOS TEXAS John William Wood University of Texas, Ph.D.
thesis, p., 10 sections, 6 diagrams, 40 photos, June, ABSTRACT The Apache Mountains of southeastern Culberson County, Texas, are com- posed of Permian marine rocks deposited over truncated Paleozoic formations along part of the southwest margin. 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. Intr. To the Petroleum Geology of the Permian Basin of W. TX and Southeastern NM January Special Publication: Pennsylvanian of Brazos and Colorado River Valleys, North Central Texas, June Guidebook: Apache Mountains of Trans-Pecos Texas, October Guidebook: If you’re driving through West Texas on Interst which runs from Jacksonville, Fla., to Santa Monica, Calif., you’ll pass right through the Trans-Pecos region.
Commercial air service is also available into El Paso International Airport, located about kilometers west of Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Langford, R. P.,Landscape evolution of Eagle Flat and Red Light basins, Chihuahuan Desert, South-Central Trans-Pecos Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology contract report, prepared for Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority under Interagency Contract IAC () GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES I SIERRA BLANCA-VAN HORN COUNTRY HUDSPETH AND CULBEWSON F - The Texas Lineament in Eagle Flat, Texas INTRODUCTION The Trans Pecos region of West Texas has attracted the attention I it deserves as a source of useful minerals both metallic and southeastward to the Eagle Mountains.
Gem Trails of Texas by Brad L. Cross Detailed descriptions, photos and maps guide you to some of the best gem collecting sites in the state. This book is a 6" x 9" paperback with pages. Code of Ethics Map Legend Texas Locator Map Key Sites to Locator Map Collecting Sites: Region I - Trans - Pecos - West Texas.
The Franklin Mountains of Texas (previously known as Las Sierras de los Mansos) 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 gh the present topography of the range and adjoining basins is controlled by Age of rock: Cretaceous. The R. de Norte (Rio Grande) is shown draining into the Gulf of California.
The Trans-Pecos is terra incognito although the French did know the names of some of the Indian groups encountered by the Spanish including the Sumas, Passaguates, Tobosos, and Iumanes (Jumanos).
Map Source: Contours of Discovery,Texas State Historical Association. The advent of the historic period in Trans-Pecos Texas was heralded with the arrival at La Junta de los Rios of Cabeza de Vaca and his companions in Although the Trans- Pecos was largely skirted by the Coronado expedition ofa number of later Spanish expeditions, such as that of Antonio de Espejo () regularly included La Junta.
Fluorspar deposits of Burro Mountains and vicinity, New Mexico: Fluorspar deposits of the Eagle Mountains, trans-Pecos Texas: a study of the geology and fluorspar deposits of the Eagle Mountains, Hudspeth County, Texas / by: Gillerman, Elliot.
The Christmas Mountains caldera complex and two similar structures in Trans-Pecos Pdf constitute a newly recognized caldera pdf, here termed a laccocaldera. They differ from more conventional calderas by having developed over thin laccolithic magma chambers rather than more deep-seated bodies, by their extreme precaldera doming and by their Cited by: Trans-Pecos The Trans-Pecos, as originally defined in by the Texas geologist Robert T.
Hill, is the portion of Texas that lies west of the Pecos River. The term is considered synonymous with Far West Texas, a subdivision of West Texas.In Texas, the Bureau of Economic Geology is a mineral information center.
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