ELT 38k

Elevation Range
1034 m
Minimum in ft: 
3391 ft
1179 m
Maximum in ft: 
3869 ft
1090 m
Median in ft: 
3576 ft
Soil Summary: 
a major soil component ranges from shallow to caliche hardpan to very deep, sandy loam to very gravelly sandy loam and loam surfaces over gravelly, very gravelly, and extremely gravelly sandy loam and loam subsurface layers, is limy throughout, and has moderate to strong development (lime accumulation and cementation); other soils are very deep, very gravelly sandy loam to sand surface soils over gravelly, very gravelly and extremely gravelly sandy loam to sand subsurface layers, limy throughout, moderate to strong development (lime accumulation); other soil components are finer textured and very deep, typically silt loam surfaces over silty clay and clay subsurface layers, lime and gypsum concentrations occur throughout, moderate to strong development (lime and gypsum accumulation, clay accumulation); still other soils are very deep, gravelly sandy loam to loamy sand surface layers over subsurface layers ranging from gravelly and very gravelly sandy loams to gravelly and very gravelly loamy sands and coarse sands, often stratified, lime content varies, with no to little development; dominated by Cochise County Northeastern Part soil survey map units 1 (Agustin-Yturbide-Kokan complex, Chihuahuan, 1 to 8 percent slopes), 77 (Stagecoach-Whitlock-Delnorte complex, Chihuahuan, 5 to 20 percent slopes) and 14 (Calcigypsids-Contention-Redo complex, Chihuahuan, 5 to 45 percent slopes) and . These units comprise 45%, 27% and 18% of the ELT, respectively
Geologic Materials: 
alluvium and residuum associated with Middle to older Holocene alluvium (Qy1); Late Pleistocene alluvium (Qi3); Late Holocene alluvium (Qy2); Middle Pleistocene alluvium (Qi2) and Early Pleistocene alluvium (Qo) which comprise 25%, 23%, 21%, 18% and 8% of the ELT, respectively
finely to moderately dissected, weakly incised fans, terraces and pediments