|Department Field Trip to Bandelier National Park, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico
3-5 September 2004
The Rio Grande River Gorge incised in rift-related basalts.
|Graduate student Wayne Marko points to folded cross-beds in the Jurassic Exeter Formation near the NW edge of the Cap Rock, Texas-New Mexico high plains.|
|Travertine deposits associated with hydrothermal activity along the Jemez fault along the fringes of the Valles caldera.|
|Detachment folds and soft-sediment deformation in Pennsylvanian sedimentary rocks near Tres Ritos, New Mexico.|
|Channel deposits in the Bandelier Tuff.|
|Dr. Barnes pointing out volcanic and physiographic features of the Valles Caldera National preserve, Jemez Mountains.|