New Mexico Geological Society
Fall Field Conference Guidebook - 21
Tyrone-Big Hatchet Mountain-Florida Mountains Region
Lee A. Woodward, ed, 1970, 176 pages.
This field conference marks the third time that the New Mexico Geological Society has gathered in southwestern New Mexico. Although the last field conference was held in 1965 (Guidebook 16) there arc sufficient new developments of geological interest to make the current field conference significant to all segments of the profession. In contrast to the broad, regional aspects of the earlier field conferences held in this region, this excursion concerns detailed examination of the outcrops. Southwestern New Mexico is geologically complex and the geologic features include a wide variety, ranging from the crystalline basement to the volcano-tectonic elements of the Mogollon country. We have attempted to reflect this immense variety in the articles in the Guidebook with everything from unusual contact metamorphism to carbonate petrology. Our field conference centers about Deming and each day's excursion leads in a different direction, like spokes radiating from a hub. A map of the route and the stops is found on the end pages of the Guidebook. The first day road log is from Deming to Tyrone. The second day road log is from Deming to Hachita, Playas Valley, Big Hatchet Mountains area, and Winkler Anticline (Animas Mountains). The third day road log is from Deming to Capitol Dome and Mahoney Park in the Florida Mountains.
Table of Contents:
Note —Downloads of the papers below are free. Road logs mini-papers, maps, and other sections are only available in print.
First day road log from Deming to Tyrone
— New Mexico Geological Society Road Logging Committee, pp. 1-15.
Road log, N.M. 90, from Mimbres Valley to Silver City
— Will W. Baltosser, pp. 7-13.
Road log from Silver City to Tyrone
— Will W. Baltosser, H. L. James, R. M. Hernon, and W. R. Jones, pp. 13-15.
Road log from Deming to Hachita, Playas Valley, Bit Hatchet Mountains area, and Winkler anticline (Animas Mountains)
— Edward E. Kinney, W. W. Baltosser, R. E. Murphy, D. W. Greenlee, and Jorge Tovar, pp. 16-22.
Road log from Deming to Capitol dome and Mahoney Park in the Florida Mountains
— Robert E. Murphy, LeRoy L. Corbitt, and Edward E. Kinney, pp. 23-26.
Precambrian rocks of southwestern New Mexico (1.59 MB PDF)
— Lee A. Woodward, pp. 27-31.
Upper Paleozoic and Cretaceous stratigraphy of the Hidalgo County area, New Mexico (3.57 MB PDF)
— Eugene Greenwood, F. E. Kottlowski, and A. K. Armstrong, pp. 33-44.
Stratigraphy of the Big Hatchet Mountains-Florida Mountains region (2.77 MB PDF)
— Zeller, Robert A., Jr., pp. 44-58.
Mississippian stratigraphy and geology of the northwestern part of the Klondike Hils, south-western New Mexico (2.36 MB PDF)
— Augustus K. Armstrong, pp. 59-63.
Fossil evidence of Eocene age of Baca Formation, New Mexico (1.89 MB PDF)
— Donald O. Snyder, pp. 65-68.
Thrust faults of Florida Mountains, New Mexico, and their regional tectonic significance (2.22 MB PDF)
— LeRoy L. Corbitt and Lee A. Woodward, pp. 69-74.
Progress report on the Mogollon Plateau volcanic province, southwestern New Mexico, no. 2 (1.51 MB PDF)
— Wolfgang E. Elston, P. J. Coney, and R. C. Rhodes, pp. 75-86.
Petroleum geology of southwestern New Mexico (3.64 MB PDF)
— Zeller, Robert A., Jr., pp. 87-90.
Petroleum prospects in southwestern most New Mexico (4.37 MB PDF)
— Sherman A. Wengerd, pp. 91-104.
Zoning, paragenesis, and temperature of formation in the Lordsburg district (2.24 MB PDF)
— Kenneth F. Clark, pp. 107-114.
Mineral deposits and structural pattern of the Big Burro Mountains, New Mexico (1.90 MB PDF)
— Elliot G. Gillerman, pp. 115-121.
Fluorspar (388 KB PDF)
— Howard E. Rothrock, pp. 123-125.
Mineralization and alteration in calcareous rocks near the Santa Rita stock, New Mexico (991 KB PDF)
— Richard L. Nielson, pp. 133-139.
Contact metamorphism in the Tres Hermanas, Luna County, New Mexico (1.17 MB PDF)
— Frank C. Homme and Abraham Rosenzweig, pp. 141-145.
Volcano-tectonic control of ore deposits, southwestern New Mexico (1.08 MB PDF)
— Wolfgang E. Elston, pp. 147-153.
Ground water in southwestern New Mexico (210 KB PDF)
— Anonymous, pp. 155-156.