A geophysical analysis of crustal structure in the Ruidoso area
Donald G. Roberts, Donald C. Adams, and G. Randy Keller
A variety of geophysical data has been analyzed in the Ruidoso area in order to determine the deep structure of the area. From a crustal structure point of view, the crustal thinning associated with the Rio Grande rift extends well into the physiographic Great Plains. On a more local scale, a large gravity high in the Ruidoso area appears to outline a Pennsylvanian uplift.
- Roberts, Donald G.; Adams, Donald C.; Keller, G. Randy, 1991, A geophysical analysis of crustal structure in the Ruidoso area, in: Geology of the Sierra Blanca, Sacramento and Capitan Ranges, New Mexico, Barker, James M.; Kues, Barry S.; Austin, George S.; Lucas, Spencer, G., New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook, 42nd Field Conference, pp. 191-197.