Interpretive map and guide to the volcanic geology of Chiricahua National Monument and vicinity, Cochise County, Arizona / U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; by John S. Pallister and Edward A. du Bray ; prepared in cooperation with the National Park Service
Miscellaneous investigations series ; map I-2541 Miscellaneous investigations series (Geological Survey (U.S.)) ; map I-2541.
Volcanic geology of Chiricahua National Monument and vicinity, Cochise County, Arizona Chiricahua National Monument and vicinity, Cochise County, Arizona, volcanic geology
1 map : color ; 54 x 46 cm, on sheet 105 x 145 cm, folded in envelope 30 x 24 cm + 1 pamphlet (11 pages ; 28 cm).
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Contour interval 40 Feet. National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929". "Note: The geology of this area is dominated by Rhyolite Canyon Tuff, a volcanic deposit derived from the 26.9 million-year-old Turkey Creek caldera, south of the National Monument. ... The map is designed for use by both the general public and the professional geologist"--Lower center margin. "Geology mapped during 1986-1994 by J.S. Pallister and A.A. du Bray; assisted by D.B. Yager. Perspective block diagrams by John S. Pallister. Edited by Craig Brunstein. ... Cartography by Henry Williams. Manuscript approved for publication February 3, 1995"--Lower center margin, above title. "Base from U.S. Geological Survey, 1993. North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83). Projection and 100-meter grid: Universal Transverse Mercator: zone 12. 2500-meter ticks: Arizona Coordinate System of 1983. 1927 North American Datum (NAD 27) is shown by dashed corner ticks". Map and pamphlet issued in envelope. Accompanied by pamphlet: Guide to the volcanic geology of Chiricahua National Monument and vicinity, Cochise County, Arizona. Includes glossary and "Appendix--Non-technical Description of Map Units". Includes location map, text, 4 color perspective block diagrams, and 13 color photographs. Includes "Correlation of Map Units" and "Technical Description of Map Units". Includes ancillary: Geologic index map of Chiricahua Mountains (simplified from Geologic map of the Turkey Creek caldera (du Bray and others, in press)). Scale approximately 1:310,000 (W 109°30ʹ00ʺ --W109°07ʹ30ʺ/N 32°07ʹ30ʺ --N31°37ʹ30ʺ). Includes legend and indexed list of 7.5ʹ U.S. Geological Survey topographic quadrangle maps and corresponding geologic maps. Includes section: West to east geologic cross section through Riggs and Sugarloaf Mountains ... that shows the distribution of rock layers in the subsurface. Vertical scale approximately 1:25,000. Shipping list no.: 98-0064-P.