Chiricahua National Monument

Chiricahua National Monument

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Credit: Kenneth M. Highfill/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY


Caption: Eroded rhyolitic tuff forms spires and unusual rock formations in Chiricahua National Monument near Willcox, Arizona. These formations are the result of erosion through thousands of feet of volcanic ash from an eruption 27 million years ago.

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