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By Philip M. Bethke, Peter W. Lipman, Paul B. Barton, Nora K. Foley, David A. Sawyer(auth.)

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Limited sampling of these breccia relations. Despite mild alteration, the resorbed quartz The La Garita wall, on which Masonic Park Tuff is obliquely buried by caldera-filling phenocrysts in the Fish Canyon are distincMammoth Mountain tuff, can also be followed tive, and diagnostic in comparison with other along conspicuous topographic breaks on the phenocryst-rich silicic dacites in this part north-facing canyon-wall slopes of McClelland of the volcanic section such as Masonic Park or Mammoth Mountain tuffs.

Along the ridgecrest, thick Wason Park Tuff, ponded within the caldera wedges out against the Fish Canyon at about the same elevation on the topographic wall. Underlying the Wason Park is another ash-flow sheet, the Mammoth Mountain member of the Carpenter Ridge Tuff, that is petrologically broadly similar to the Masonic Park units against which it wedges. Perched along the caldera wall is a shattered mass of outflow Fish Canyon Tuff up to 1 km across, that slumped partway down the wall during collapse (see South Fork map: Lipman and Steven, 1976).

7) blocks, despite their presence capping the ridges east of Blue Creek. Another important feature is the local presence of nonwelded massive crystal-poor rhyolitic tuff as matrix between blocks; this is interpreted as nonwelded rhyolitic Carpenter Ridge Tuff. The chaotic features in these roadcuts are interpreted as landslide megabreccias, that slid from the southeast wall of the Bachelor caldera during subsidence. Similar features can be examined in larger scale, at the next stop, just ahead across the Rio Grande.

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