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New Mexico Geology — Back-issues

Print ISSN: 0196-948X (prior to 2015)
Online ISSN: 2837-6420


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Volume: 44, 2023

Volume 44, Number 1
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Number: 1

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Cover Image: Solitary spire of zeolite-altered ignimbrite at the Goblin Colony

Photo of a 6-m-tall solitary spire of zeolite-altered ignimbrite at the Goblin Colony 11 km south of Valles Caldera, New Mexico. An eerie-looking face at the top of the spire has formed by differential erosion of Unit 1 of the Tshirege Member of the Bandelier Tuff. This spire is one of more than 100 altered spires, fins, and mazes in the main cluster of the Goblin Colony.

  1. The Goblin Colony: Spectacular Monoliths and Walls of Altered Bandelier Tuff South of the Valles Caldera, New Mexico (4.76 MB PDF), pp. 1-23. [View Abstract]
    — Fraser Goff, Cathy J. Goff, Steve Chipera, David Schiferl, Laurie Waters, Emiko Konishi, Nels Iverson, and Jean Gindreau
  2. Highlighted publications (781 KB PDF), p. 24.
    — New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources