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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1981
AAPG Bulletin (1981) 65 (3): 554.
...Bruce Baker; Donald L. Wolberg ABSTRACT More than 1,300 ft (396 m) of Upper Cretaceous rocks overlie shales of the Upper Triassic Dockum Formation and are exposed on the Sevilleta Grant, near La Joya, Socorro County, New Mexico. The Upper Cretaceous sequence extends from the Dakota Sandstone...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1981
AAPG Bulletin (1981) 65 (3): 554–555.
...Bruce Baker; Donald L. Wolberg; Stephen C. Hook ABSTRACT More than 1,300 ft (396 m) of Upper Cretaceous rocks overlies shales of the Upper Triassic Dockum Formation and are exposed on the Sevilleta Grant, near La Joya, Socorro County, New Mexico. The Upper Cretaceous sequence extends from...
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Intensity observations for (a) the 22 July and (b) 23 July 1960 <b>La</b> <b>Joya</b>, Ne...
Published: 12 May 2015
Figure 10. Intensity observations for (a) the 22 July and (b) 23 July 1960 La Joya, New Mexico, earthquakes. The shaded region is the Socorro magma body. The bold solid gray lines show the edges of the RGR . The squares are the intensity centers, and the stars are the epicenters.
Series: AAPG Memoir, AAPG Memoir
Published: 01 January 1986
DOI: 10.1306/M41456C29
EISBN: 9781629811451
... Abstract The deposits of the Baca and Carthage-La Joya basins record late Laramide (Eocene) sedimentation in west-central New Mexico and eastern Arizona. Sedimentation in these basins was influenced by tectonism (both intrabasinal and in surrounding uplifts) and by the prevailing semiarid...
Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 1989
DOI: 10.1130/SPE219-p1
... of the Ancestral Pies structure. Two plug domes, El Solitario and Los Yautepemes, were emplaced northwest of the summit, and eruptions at Pies culminated with a crater-forming event. Parasitic activity (Younger Flank Activity) on the southern flank of Iztaccíhuatl at 0.27 Ma produced La Joya basaltic to andesitic...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1961
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1961) 51 (2): 311–314.
...A. R. Sanford; C. R. Holmes Abstract Earthquakes were felt in the Rio Grande valley of central New Mexico on July 22, 23, and 24, 1960. The strongest earthquake had a maximum intensity of VI at La Joya. On the basis of 28 smaller shocks recorded on a three-component seismograph at Socorro...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 April 1959
AAPG Bulletin (1959) 43 (4): 757–771.
...Robert B. Mixon; Grover E. Murray; Díaz G. Teodoro ABSTRACT Field studies in the Huizachal anticlinorium, Sierra Madre Oriental, near Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico, disclose that the Huizachal group (redbeds), formerly undivided, contains at least two mappable sequences, herein named La Joya...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 February 2011
Geosphere (2011) 7 (1): 159–170.
... to the upper La Boca samples. The detrital zircon grain age groups of the Huizachal Group sandstones can be attributed to four different suites of source rocks exposed locally in eastern Mexico. Grenville detrital zircons in the age range of ∼1.3 to 1.0 Ga within the La Boca and La Joya formations...
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Journal Article
Published: 12 May 2015
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2015) 105 (3): 1562–1575.
...Figure 10. Intensity observations for (a) the 22 July and (b) 23 July 1960 La Joya, New Mexico, earthquakes. The shaded region is the Socorro magma body. The bold solid gray lines show the edges of the RGR . The squares are the intensity centers, and the stars are the epicenters. ...
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Journal Article
Journal: SEG Discovery
Published: 01 July 1992
SEG Discovery (1992) (10): 1–16.
... most important producer of tin. This silver and tin production came from a group of mineral deposits that have been termed Bolivian polymetallic veins by Ludington and others (1992) . The La Joya district is an example of this group of deposits. It consists of a number of polymetallic vein...
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Series: GCSSEPM, GCSSEPM
Published: 01 December 1984
DOI: 10.5724/gcs.84.03.0019
EISBN: 978-1-944966-02-7
.... This paper presents the results of Master’s thesis research performed at The University of Texas at Austin on the sedimentological and diagenetic history of the Middle Jurassic La Joya Formation in northeastern Mexico. I would like to thank Shell Oil Company, New Orleans, for the major part of the funding...
Journal Article
Journal: SEG Discovery
Published: 01 July 1992
SEG Discovery (1992) (10): 1–28.
... La Joya district. produced from dozens of vein deposits, primarily in the Cordillera Oriental. This production, along with that from Mexico and Peru, was The area was studied by the authors during a two-year study of the mineral resources of the Altiplano and Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia...
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2016
PALAIOS (2016) 31 (1): 1–9.
.... Fletcher L.E. Perez-Montaño H.S. Condori-Apaza R. McKay C.P. 2011 , Multidisciplinary approach of the hyperarid desert of Pampas de La Joya in southern Peru as a new...
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Proposed paleodrainage system in the Four Corners region during the early P...
Published: 14 August 2019
), Zuni uplift (Zu), Nacimiento uplift (Nu), Galisteo–El Rito Basin (Gb), Baca Basin (Bb), Sierra uplift (Su), Carthage–La Joya Basin (CJb), Montosa uplift (Mtu), Mogollon Highland (MH), Morenci uplift (Mu), and the Sierra Blanca Basin (SBb). ABQ—Albuquerque; UT—Utah; CO—Colorado; AZ—Arizona; NM—New
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2013
Rocky Mountain Geology (2013) 48 (2): 101–124.
... ( Wilpolt et al., 1946 ) was applied to the Eocene redbeds that underlie the Middle Eocene–Oligocene volcanic succession throughout most of west-central New Mexico. These redbeds accumulated in two Laramide basins, the Carthage–La Joya Basin and the Baca Basin. Lucas and Williamson (1993) abandoned...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 11 May 2017
GSA Bulletin (2017) 129 (9-10): 1209–1226.
... and middle Eocene was also a time of creation of new Laramide uplifts and basins in central and northern New Mexico (Baca, Carthage–La Joya, Galisteo–El Rito, Sierra Blanca basins) and, perhaps, in southwestern New Mexico (Klondike Basin). The newly created Eocene basins show that the strain became more...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1949
AAPG Bulletin (1949) 33 (8): 1351–1384.
... structural position may be found as a result of future exploration. Also better sand development may be expected on the flanks. The western and southwestern closures are afforded by the continuation of the Sam Fordyce and La Joya faults which apparently merge as one fault into Mexico. The closure...
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Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 June 2013
Geosphere (2013) 9 (3): 557–571.
... of silicic lava domes as exemplified by the Taylor Creek Rhyolite, Catron and Sierra Counties, New Mexico : U.S. Geological Survey Map I-2399, scale 1 : 50,000 . Echegoyén J. Romero-Martínez S. Velázquez-Silva S. , 1970 , Geología y yacimientos minerales de la parte central del distrito...
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Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 October 2010
Geosphere (2010) 6 (5): 621–640.
... during and after the magmatic arc activity. The La Boca Formation is in turn unconformably overlain by the La Joya Formation ( Mixon et al., 1959 ), which represents the base of the marine Late Jurassic transgressive sequence coeval with opening of the Gulf of Mexico. By the last revision...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 1967
AAPG Bulletin (1967) 51 (5): 678–695.
... of Monterrey west to the Sierra de la Peña near Torreón. Early workers such as Baker, Büse, Burckhardt, Cavins, and Hill documented the existence of thick Mesozoic strata in northeastern Mexico. Kellum initiated a more detailed study of selected areas and a series of paper by Kellum, Imlay, Jones, Kane...
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