Arizona
Santa Catalina Mountains, North of Tucson
  
           
Cochise College                                                    

Virtual Geology Field Trips         
Geology Home Page
Roger Weller, geology instructor     wellerr@cochise.edu

copyright 2017-R.Weller

last edited:  10/26/17    number of photos:  70
 

photos
view of Santa Catalinas from the University of Arizona

rock column:  A
folds in Precambrian rocks:  A  B  C  D  E  F
igneous dikes:  A  B  C  D  E  F  G
drag folds along normal fault
drag folds:  A  B  C                                                          
ptygmatic folds:  A  B
xenoliths:  A
rock slide:  A
epidote on a fault surface:  A  B

phyllite:  A  B  C  D  E  F  G
porphyry:  A

metamorphics:  A

mica schist:  A  B  C
schist-folded:  A  B  C
gneiss:  A  B  C  D  E  F  G

pegmatite:  A  B  C  D
talus produced by ice wedging: 
A

hockey stick trees:  A  B
top of the Santa Catalinas:  A  B  C  D
Mt. Lemmon highway:  A

views of the northwest side of the Santa Catalinas:  A  B  C  D

forest fire damage:  A  B
snow on the Santa Catalinas:  A  B  C  D
views of Tucson from the Santa Catalinas:  A   











                                           








 


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