Earth and Planetary Sciences ETDs
Volcanic Rocks Associated with the Western Part of the Mogollon Plateau Volcano-tectonic Complex, Southwestern New Mexico
An area of approximately 450 square miles was mapped on a reconnaissance basis, covering part of the western half of the Mogollon Plateau volcano-tectonic complex. This report deals with the geology of the area and its relationship to the regional volcano-tectonic structure of the Mogollon Plateau.
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Level of Degree
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
First Committee Member (Chair)
Wolfgang Eugene Elston
Second Committee Member
Ree A. Woodward
Third Committee Member
Albert Masakiyo Kudo
Rhodes, Rodney Charles. "Volcanic Rocks Associated with the Western Part of the Mogollon Plateau Volcano-tectonic Complex, Southwestern New Mexico." (1970). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/eps_etds/265
Additional files include the figures and plates for the dissertation.