Aztec Sandstone (AZ?,CA,NV*)
Aztec Quartzite (CA*)
Named from Aztec Tank, a natural depression in the sandstone several hundred ft east of Contact mine, in which water accumulates at times of heavy rain, Goodsprings quadrangle [Lat. 35 deg. 55 min. 43 sec. N., Long. 115 deg. 28 min. 12 sec. W., Cottonwood Pass 7.5-min quadrangle, Clark Co.], southeastern NV. (Hewett, 1931).
Great Basin province*
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