New Mexico Geological Society
Fall Field Conference Guidebook - 13
Mogollon Rim Region, East-Central Arizona
Robert H. Weber and H. Wesley Peirce, eds., 1962, 175 pages.
Welcome to the Thirteenth Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society in the Mogollon Rim country of Arizona. This is our second conference to be held in cooperation with the Arizona Geological Society, and the road logs and technical papers in this guidebooks shed light on many problems which are of mutual interest to geologists in both states . The first day of our trip takes us southward and westward from Gallup, New Mexico into Arizona and the Mogollon Rim country. As we travel the rim, we will see Cretaceous and younger rocks that have been deposited on the beveled surface of progressively older rocks. We will drive through the northwestern edge of the Datil volcanic field and will be able to trace some of the ancient drainage channels of the Little Colorado River, down which the lava flowed, by the erosional remnants. The second day will be devoted to viewing and discussing the geologic setting of two of Arizona's copper mining districts, Globe-Miami and Superior. The third day's route traverses the northwest-southeast trending Plateau-Basin Range boundary zone. The earlier part of the trip will be in Tonto Basin, situated between relatively flat-lying younger Precambrian rocks of the Sierra Ancha Mountains to the north or Plateau side, and the structurally-deformed Precambrian rocks of the centrral mountain belt to the south. Midway we will be on the plateau proper, but will go back down into the northwest-trending Verde Valley, a continuation of the Tonto Basin trend. From the largely Precambrian terrain of the Jerome area, we will cross the Verde Valley into the dominantly Paleozoic sedimentary and Cenozoic volcanic terrain of Flagstaff and Plateau region.
Table of Contents:
Note —Downloads of the papers below are free. Road logs mini-papers, maps, and other sections are only available in print.
Road log from Gallup, New Mexico to Globe, Arizona
— R. H. Weber, H. W. Peirce, and R. E. Ostrander, pp. 10-25.
Road log from Globe to Superior, Arizona and return
— Jay P. Akers, pp. 26-30.
Regional structural-stratigraphic cross section, east-central Arizona to west-central New Mexico (516 KB PDF)
— Sherman A. Wengerd, pp. 58.
The Deming axis, southeastern Arizona, New Mexico and Trans-Pecos Texas (2.74 MB PDF)
— Gregory L. Turner, pp. 59-71.
Petrology and stratigraphy of near-reef Tansill-Lamar strata, Guadalupe Mountains (2.74 MB PDF)
— Tyrrell, Willis W., Jr., pp. 59-71.
Devonian conodonts in Arizona (1.16 MB PDF)
— R. L. Ethington, pp. 72-76.
Pennsylvanian rocks of the Mogollon Rim area, Arizona (1.62 MB PDF)
— Frank E. Kottlowski and Kay C. Havenor, pp. 77-83.
Paleontological reconnaissance of subsurface Pennsylvanian in southern Apache and Navajo Counties, Arizona (891 KB PDF)
— Donald H. Lokle, pp. 84-86.
Lithology and stratigraphy of the Supai Formation, Fort Apache Indian Reservation, Arizona (674 KB PDF)
— Stephen S. Winters, pp. 87-88.
Occurrences of Paleozoic carbonaceous deposits in the Mogollon Rim region (837 KB PDF)
— McGoon, Douglas O., Jr., pp. 89-91.
Note on the "Alpha" member of the Kaibab Formation (341 KB PDF)
— L. F. Brady, pp. 92.
Cretaceous rocks of the Mogollon Rim area in Arizona (402 KB PDF)
— Miller, Halsey, W., Jr, pp. 93.
Cenozoic history of the Jerome region, Yavapai County, Arizona (1.00 MB PDF)
— Robert E. Lehner, pp. 94-97.
Cenozoic sedimentary rocks of Tonto Basin (551 KB PDF)
— John F. Lance, Joe S. Downey, and Malcolm Alford, pp. 98-99.
Mogollon rim volcanism and geochronology (1.56 MB PDF)
— Bruno E. Sabels, pp. 100-106.
New fossil localities in the Verde Formation, Verde Valley, Arizona (1.26 MB PDF)
— F. R. Twenter, pp. 109-114.
Pollen analysis of Laguna Salada (885 KB PDF)
— Richard H. Hevly, pp. 115-117.
The Holbrook anticline, Navajo County, Arizona (1.13 MB PDF)
— Carl W. Bahr, pp. 118-122.
Geology along the Diamond Rim and adjoining areas Gila and Navajo counties, Arizona (1.45 MB PDF)
— Spencer R. Titley, pp. 123-128.
Springs Along the Mogollon Rim in Arizona (1.33 MB PDF)
— J. H. Feth and J. D. Hem, pp. 129-134.
Rocks and water in Verde Valley, Arizona (1.20 MB PDF)
— R. R. Twenter, pp. 135-139.
Hydrologic aspects of the pinyon and juniper rradication project on the Fort Apache Reservation, Arizona (768 KB PDF)
— R. M. Myrick and M. R. Collings, pp. 140-142.
Geology of Kennecott Copper Corporation's Safford copper deposit (1.14 MB PDF)
— Annan Cook and R. F. Robinson, pp. 143-147.
Some geologic features of the Superior area, Pinal County, Arizona (1.15 MB PDF)
— D. F. Hammer and R. N. Webster, pp. 148-152.
Geological Notes on the Miami-Inspiration Mine (1.19 MB PDF)
— E. F. Reed and W. W. Simmons, pp. 153-157.
Geology and ore deposits of the Globe Quadrangle (944 KB PDF)
— N. P. Peterson, pp. 158-161.
Zuni in brief review (1.88 MB PDF)
— Bertha P. Dutton, pp. 162-170.
Archaeology of the Flagstaff area (671 KB PDF)
— Harold S. Colton, pp. 171-172.