Geologic Map of the Batamote Hills 7.5' Quadrangle, Pima County, Arizona, v. 2.0
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KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Digital Geologic Maps
Ruby Star granodiorite
inselberg core range
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CitationFerguson, C.A., Johnson, B.J., and Shipman, T.C., 2019, Geologic Map of the Batamote Hills 7.5' Quadrangle, Pima County, Arizona: Arizona Geological Survey Digital Geologic Map DGM-32, version 2.0, map scale 1:24,000, 31 p., 1 map sheet and metadata.
PublisherArizona Geological Survey (Tucson, AZ)
DescriptionThe Sierrita Mountains are a deeply eroded, ~1,000km2 Basin and Range uplift located 60km south of Tucson, southern Arizona, USA. The Sierritas are dominated by a 35km diameter, 600m-high bajada surface that slopes up and terminates abruptly against a 300m-high, rugged, inselberg core range (~200km2). The bajada is developed on a bedrock surface dominated by two rock types; Paleocene Ruby Star granodiorite (Tgd) in the north, and Cenozoic volcaniclastic conglomerate (Tcv) in the south. Low ranges of rugged hills, composed of Mid-Tertiary lava fields in the south, and strongly mineralized pre-Paleocene rocks in the north protrude through the bajada. The Batamote Hills quadrangle includes the southern half of the core range, and a large area of the southern piedmont. Report and one map sheet, 1:24,000 scale.
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North Bounding Coordinate31.875
South Bounding Coordinate31.75
West Bounding Coordinate-111.257
East Bounding Coordinate-111.125
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