Geology of the South Fork molybdenum occurrence, Taos County, New Mexico
David M. Jones and James R. Norris

Abstract:

The South Fork molybdenum occurrence is exposed along the South Fork of Rio Hondo in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Taos County, New Mexico (Fig. 1). South Fork is in the Rio Hondo (Twining) mining district approximately 16 km northeast of Taos and 16 km south of the Questa Molybdenum mine. The South Fork prospect lies entirely within the South Fork addition to the Wheeler Peak Wilderness Area in Carson National Forest.


Citation:

  1. Jones, David M.; Norris, James R., 1984, Geology of the South Fork molybdenum occurrence, Taos County, New Mexico, in: Rio Grande rift--Northern New Mexico, Baldridge, W. S.; Dickerson, P. W.; Riecker, R. E.; Zidek, J., New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook, 35th Field Conference, pp. 213-218.

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