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Guadalupe Mountains

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A mountain range of southern New Mexico and western Texas rising to Guadalupe Peak, 2,668.4 m (8,749 ft) high, in Texas. The peak is the highest point in Texas.

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  • n. a mountain range in southern New Mexico and western Texas; the southern extension of the Sacramento Mountains

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Examples

  • The Montane Woodlands ecoregion covers the higher slopes of the Guadalupe Mountains above 5500 feet with densities of juniper, pinyon pine, and oak varying according to aspect.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The 2000 foot high, white cliff face of the southern Guadalupe Mountains dominates the landscape of the northern Trans-Pecos of Texas.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • There is some evidence that the lower Guadalupe Mountains were once grasslands overgrazed in the late 19th century and subsequently invaded by desert shrubs.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The east and west faces of the Guadalupe Mountains are cut by a series of canyons.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The Chihuahuan Desert Slopes of the Guadalupe Mountains in Texas form the leading edge of a giant uplifted Permian reef created from the accumulated remains of algae, sponges, and marine bivalves.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • Located in the foothills of the Guadalupe Mountains near the New Mexican border with Texas, 200 km east-northeast of El Paso, centred on 32┬░10'N by 104┬░23'W.

    Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States

  • History of the sulfuric acid theory of speleogenesis in the Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico.

    Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States

  • A fabulously decorated system of underground chambers, Carlsbad Caverns lie beneath the arid Guadalupe Mountains of New Mexico.

    Travel Guide: the Incredible Natural Landscapes in the U.S.A. (Part 1)

  • But they had traveled only about ten miles when they saw a band of Comanches swarming down from the Guadalupe Mountains.

    THE AMERICAN WEST

  • There'd been a tent in Texas, where she'd worked backcountry in the Guadalupe Mountains, filled with diamondbacks.

    Firestorm

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