Geology of the south mountains, central Arizona

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Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, Geological Survey Branch , [Tucson]
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Statementby Stephen J. Reynolds.
SeriesBulletin / Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, Geological Survey Branch ;, 195, Bulletin (University of Arizona. Geological Survey Branch) ;, 195.
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LC ClassificationsQE86.S66 R49 1985
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Paginationxi, 61 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2347231M
LC Control Number86621937

The South Mountains of central Arizona are a typical, but geologically simple, metamorphic core complex. The western half of the range is underlain by Precambrian metamorphic and granitic rocks, whereas the eastern half is primarily a composite middle Tertiary Get this from a library.

Geology of the south mountains, central Arizona. [Stephen J Reynolds] The South Mountains core complex (SMCC) is the geologically simplest of the core complexes that formed in response to the early to mid-Tertiary extensional orogenic collapse of the western North   The geologic map and accompanyinq text that compose Bulletin represent an important contribution to our understandinq of the geologic framework of Arizona.

The South Mountains are among the recently recognized "metamorphic core complexes" of western North America and, as such, are similar in age and origin to other core complexes in Arizona, including the Rawhide,   The White Mountains and Springerville Volcanic Field of east-central Arizona contain a variety of spectacular geologic features (Figure A).

Because of the relatively sparse vegetation over much of this area, most of these features are easy to recognize and photograph. Similar features occur throughout much of the western United States. Others are common in all of Earth's Arizona Bulletin Geology of the South Mountains, central Arizona.

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Johnson received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in geology from Arizona State University. For her M.S. thesis, she mapped all of the Phoenix Mountains, except for a previously mapped area around Squaw Peak.

She compiled a geologic map of the entire Phoenix Mountains (planned to be released with the Arizona Geological Survey). She   As a member of the Arizona Geological Society, Steve served on the Executive Committee as a councilor, VP of Programs, and as President of AGS in Select publications of Steve Reynolds available at the AZGS Document Repository.

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Rocks in the South Mountains of central Arizona are representative of rocks found in metamorphic core complexes elsewhere in Arizona. These core-complex terranes are in part characterized by low-angle mylonitic foliation that contains penetrative northeast-trending mineral lineations and pervasive smearing out of mineral ://   This unit includes granites in the Harcuvar and Harquahala Mountains of western Arizona and in the Santa Catalina, Rincon, Tortolita, Picacho, and Coyote Mountains of south-central Arizona.

These granites typically represent the youngest phase of voluminous magmatism during the Laramide orogeny in Some scientists believe that the Picacho Basin near Eloy in south-central Arizona contains the thickest anhydrite sequence in the world. Anhydrite (CaSO 4) is a gypsum-like mineral.

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