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A mineral-resource survey of the Guadalupe Escarpment Wilderness Study Area in New Mexico indicates little possibility for the occurrence of metallic mineral resources. The area is underlain by thousands of feet of sedimentary rock that could contain either stratigraphic or structural oil and (or) gas traps. The oil and gas resource potential is assessed to be probable, but cannot be conclusively known before several exploratory holes have been drilled in the area.
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GUADALUPE ESCARPMENT WILDERNESS STUDY AREA, NEW MEXICO.
Geological Survey Professional Paper (United States)