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2018006

McLemore, V.T.; Smith, A.; Riggins, A.M.; Dunbar N.; Frempong, K.B.; Heizler, M.T., 2018, Characterization and origin of episyenites in the southern Caballo Mountains, Sierra County, NM, in: Las Cruces Country III, Mack, Greg H.; Hampton, Brian A.; Ramos, Frank C.; Witcher, James C.; Ulmer-Scholle, Dana S., ed(s), New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook, 69th Field Conference, v. 69, pp. 207-216.
Repository: 2018006 < http://nmgs.nmt.edu/repository/index.cfml?rid=2018006 >

Data Description:

  • APPENDIX 1. Mines and prospects in the southern Caballo Mountains mining district, Sierra County. Mine Id Numbers are from the New Mexico Mines database. Latitude and longitude are in NAD27.
  • APPENDIX 2. Color geologic maps and photographs of episyenites.
    • FIGURE A2-1. Geologic map of the Apache Gap episyenites area, southern Caballo Mountains.
    • FIGURE A2-2. Geologic map of the Southern Red Hills episyenites area, southern Caballo Mountains.
    • FIGURE A2-3. Episyenite (red) in contact with the Caballo granite.
    • FIGURE A2-4. Episyenites hosted by the Caballo granite in the Southern Red Hills, Caballo Mountains.
    • FIGURE A2-5. Red, altered K-feldspar episyenites in the basal Bliss Sandstone indicate that episyenites are no younger than Cambrian-Ordovician.
    • FIGURE A2-6. Red, altered K-feldspar episyenites in the basal Bliss Sandstone indicate that episyenites are no younger than Cambrian-Ordovician.
  • APPENDIX 3. Chemical analyses of episyenites and granites in the southern Caballo Mountains. Major oxides are in percent (%) and trace elements are in parts per million (ppm). Latitude and longitude are in NAD27. Na=not available. TREE=total rare earth elements. Fe2O3T=Total iron calculated as Fe2O3

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FigA2-1ApacheGapcolored.jpg 1.33 MB 10/12/2018 03:05:17 PM
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FigA2-4epi.JPG 5.89 MB 10/12/2018 03:05:01 PM
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