Abstract

The Santa Rosa sandstone of Guadalupe County, New Mexico, has a maximum thickness of 70 feet. The upper and middle portions are exposed near Santa Rosa and the basal beds near Dilia. The abundant minerals are magnetite, ilmenite, garnet, tourmaline, hematite, olivene, rutile, zircon, quartz, biotite. and muscovite.

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