The Eagle Spring area is on the northern flank of Eagle Mountain, a dissected mountain mass with a maximum elevation of 7,512 feet in southeastern Hudspeth County, Trans-Pecos Texas It is included on the Sierra Blanca and Eagle Mountain topographic quadrangles of the United States Geological Survey. Although the region includes only a small area, it is important geologically because it apparently has the same stratigraphic and structural relations to be found in the larger area of Eagle Mountain. It is on the northern border of the folded and thrust-faulted province that extends to the south into Mexico and to the Devil Ridge and Malone Mountain areas.
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Smith, J. Fred Jr.
"Geology Of The Eagle Spring Area, Eagle Mountain, Hudspeth County, Texas,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 9
Available at: https://scholar.smu.edu/fieldandlab/vol9/iss2/7