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<b>Cerros</b> <b>del</b> <b>Rio</b> <b>basalt</b> is largely buried by Bandelier Tuff on the Pajarito P...
Published: 01 August 2005
Fig. 12. Cerros del Rio basalt is largely buried by Bandelier Tuff on the Pajarito Plateau. Top photograph shows a thick stack of basalt flows overlain by Bandelier Tuff near the mouth of Frijoles Canyon. Individual flows are separated by interflow breccia, scoria, sediment, and ash. Lower
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Structure contour for the top of <b>Cerros</b> <b>del</b> <b>Rio</b> <b>basalt</b> and western dacite o...
Published: 01 August 2005
Fig. 13. Structure contour for the top of Cerros del Rio basalt and western dacite on the Pajarito Plateau. Green dashed line indicates the northern and western extent of the Cerros del Rio volcanic field. Blue line indicates western extent of dacitic lavas that were contemporaneous
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Structure contour for the base of <b>Cerros</b> <b>del</b> <b>Rio</b> <b>basalt</b> with isopachs showi...
Published: 01 August 2005
Fig. 14. Structure contour for the base of Cerros del Rio basalt with isopachs showing the cumulative thickness of flows. Green dashed line indicates the northern and western boundary of the Cerros del Rio volcanic field. The maximum thickness of basalt corresponds with structural-contour lows
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Published: 01 August 2005
Vadose Zone Journal (2005) 4 (3): 718–728.
...Philip H. Stauffer; William J. Stone Abstract Field observations of bromide transport in the unsaturated zone are used to constrain simulations that provide estimates of bulk porosity and permeability for the Cerros del Rio. The Cerros del Rio basalt is of particular interest because it underlies...
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