UNITED STATES AND CANADA OBSIDIAN SOURCE CATALOG

Valles Caldera, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico

A panorama view of the Valles Caldera, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico.

New Mexico Obsidian Sources

SOURCE NAME: Most commonly-used name for the geochemical source
OTHER NAMES: Alternate names or names of source outcrops belonging to same geochemical source group
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SOURCE NAME (CHEMICAL GROUP) OTHER NAME(S) PDF
Antelope Wells El Berrendo
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Banco Bonito, Valles Caldera --
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Bear Springs Peak Bear Springs Peak
Bland Canyon
Borrego Canyon
Canovas Canyon
Canovas Canyon Rhyolite
Canada de Cochiti
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Cerro del Medio, Valles Caldera Cerro Abrigo
Cerro Rubio
Cerros de los Posos
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Gwynn and Ewe Canyons --
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Grants Ridge, Mt. Taylor Volcanic Field Mt. Taylor
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Horace Mesa, Mt. Taylor Volcanic Field Mt. Taylor
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Mule Creek (New Mexico and Arizona) Antelope Creek
Mule Creek/North Sawmill Group
Mule Mountains
Blue/San Francisco River Alluvium
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No Agua Peaks (North Hill) Johns Manville Mine
No Agua Dome
No Agua North
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No Agua Peaks (West Hill) Grefco Mine
No Agua Dome
No Agua West
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Obsidian Ridge, Jemez Mountains Alamo Canyon
Cerro Toledo Rhyolite
Chapulin Canyon
Cochiti Canyon
Paso del Norte
Rabbit Mountain
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Paliza Canyon, Jemez Mountains --
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Polvadera Peak, Jemez Mountains El Rechuelos
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Red Hill --
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Rio Grande Obsidian Gravels --
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Last Updated: 04/22/2017