Much of the land south of the Mogollon Rim lies 4,000 to 5,000 feet (1,200 to 1,500 m) above sea level, with the escarpment rising to about 8,000 ft (2,400 m)..." Wikipedia online 3-4-21
"The Mogollon Rim is the eroded and dissected southwestern edge of the Colorado Plateau and is one of the most striking physical features in the study area; it trends mainly east-west for about 80 miles, forming a steep escarpment about 2,000 ft above a lower, stepped plateau. South of the Mogollon Rim, the Transition Zone, an area of mountain ranges and valleys, separates the Colorado Plateau from the Basin and Range province…The edge of the Mogollon Rim exposes a sequence, nearly 3,000 ft thick, of Paleozoic sedimentary rocks that are capped by Tertiary volcanic rocks in the western part of the study area. The Paleozoic section is underlain by Precambrian rocks including the Mazatzal Quartzite and the Payson granite…The most significant structural characteristics include the shallow northeastward dip of the Paleozoic rocks;ª the extensive fracturing of sedimentary and granitic rocks; solution features, such as caverns, in carbonate rocks; and northwest-southeast trending extensional faults associated with Basin and Range deformation...' It is composed of designated layers-volcanic, sedimentary and metamorphic:
UPPER SUPAI FORMATION-Permian
LOWER SUPAI FORMATION-Naco Formation
NACO FORMATION-Naco Formation
PAYSON GRANITE-Pre-Cambrian '"
From: "Investigation of the Geology and Hydrology of the Mogollon Highlands of Central Arizona: A Project of the Arizona Rural Watershed Initiative" https://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/0159-00
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