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The southeastern margin of the Colorado Plateau (CP) lies in southwestern New Mexico and southeastern Arizona. It is defined as the boundary between the CP, the Rio Grande rift, and the Basin and Range (BRP) provinces. Along its western and southern margins, the CP is physically distinguishable from the BRP by major escarpments. Because of a thick cover of volcanic material associated with the Mogollon-Datil volcanic field (MDVF), no such demarcation exists in the study area. To accurately determine lithospheric structure in this area, two seismic refraction lines that intersect within the MDVF were studied. In addition, gravity data along...

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