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GQ0035. Geology of Apache Mountains, Trans-Pecos Texas, by J. W. Wood. Oversize color geologic map, scale 1:63,360, with 32-p. text, 1968.
About This Publication (from its 1968 publication announcement)
The Apache Mountains are an exhumed Permian reef complex and form a segment of the reef-rimmed margin of the Permian Delaware Basin, which lies to the northeast of the Apaches. The text includes discussion of regional and local structural features and detailed description of the geologic formations in the map area. A summary of the geologic history of the Apache Mountains is also included. Mineral resources briefly mentioned include barite, zinc, road material, ground water, and petroleum prospects.
Keywords: Apache Mountains, Trans-Pecos Texas, Texas, West Texas
Wood, J. W., 1968, Geology of Apache Mountains, Trans-Pecos Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 35, scale 1:63,360.