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There were six pyroclastic eruptive events associated with the Cerro Toledo Rhyolite: All tuff sequences from Toledo intracaldera activity are separated by epiclastic sedimentary rocks that represent periods of erosion and deposition in channels.
All consist of rhyolitic tephra and most contain Plinian pumice falls and thin beds of very fine grained ash of phreatomagmatic origin. Most Toledo deposits are thickest in paleocanyons cut into lower Bandelier Tuff and older rocks [as with the Rabbit Mountain ash flow].
Some of the phreatomagmatic tephra flowed down canyons from the caldera as base surges Heiken et al. Two major ash flows are relevant here. One derived from the Toledo embayment on the northeast side of the caldera is a 20 km wide band that trends to the northeast and is now highly eroded and interbedded in places with the earlier Puye Formation from around Guaje Mountain north to Santa Fe Forest Road This area has eroded rapidly and obsidian from this tuff is now an integral part of the Rio Grande alluvium north of Santa Fe.
The other major ash flow is derived from the Rabbit Mountain eruption and is comprised of a southeast trending 4 km wide and 7 km long "tuff blanket" interbedded with a rhyolite breccia three to six meters thick that contains abundant obsidian erupted as lapilli during the Rabbit Mountain ash flow Heiken et al.
All of this is still eroding into the southeast trending canyons toward the Rio Grande. NAA analysis of Rabbit Mountain lavas is very similar to those from this study Lower Cochiti Canyon from Forest Road looking south.
Bandelier Tuff exposed on east canyon walls with Rabbit Mountain tuffs above eroding into Rio Grande. Sandia Mountains in background. While Obsidian Ridge has received all the "press" as the source of obsidian from Cerro Toledo Rhyolite on the southern edge of the caldera, the density of nodules and nodule sizes on ridges to the west is greater by a factor of two or more.
All these ridges, of course, are remnants of the Rabbit Mountain ash flow and base surge, and the depth of canyons like Cochiti Canyon is a result of the loosely compacted tephra that comprises this plateau. This density of nodules and artifacts forms a discontinuous distribution all the way to Rabbit Mountain.
Where high density obsidian is exposed, prehistoric production and procurement is evident. At Locality nodules range from pea gravel to 16 cm in diameter Figures 3. Flake sizes suggest that 10 cm size nodules were typical in prehistory.
Nodule sizes at Rabbit Mountain are up to 30 cm or more Gauthier, personal communication, Locality south of Rabbit Mountain in the ash flow tuff. This locality has the highest density of artifact quality glass of the Rabbit Mountain ash flow area.
The apparent black soil is actually all geological and archaeological glass; one of the highest densities of geological and archaeological obsidian in the Southwest.
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Mix of high density geological obsidian and artifact cores and debitage test knapping at Locality south of Rabbit Mountain. Cerro Toledo Rhyolite obsidian both from the northern domes and Rabbit Mountain varies from an excellent aphyric translucent brown glass to glass with large devitrified spherulites that make knapping impossible.
This character of the fabric is probably why there is so much test knapping at the sources — a need to determine the quality of the nodules before transport. While spherulitic fabric occurs in all the Jemez Mountain obsidian, it seems to be most common in the Cerro Toledo glass and may explain why Valle Grande obsidian occurs in sites a considerable distance from the caldera even though it is not secondarily distributed outside the caldera while Cerro Toledo obsidian is common throughout the Rio Grande alluvium.
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