Category:Black Mesa (Apache-Navajo Counties, Arizona)
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English: Black Mesa — a mountainous mesa in northeastern Arizona, split between Apache County—Navajo County and the Hopi Reservation—Navajo Nation Reservation.
- In the physiographic Navajo section of the Colorado Plateau, with the highest point 8,168 feet (2,490 m) in elevation. U.S. Route 160 crosses the mesa.
- Its dark appearance is from numerous coal seams running through it, extensively strip mined at the Kayenta Mine since the 1960s, causing the Black Mesa Peabody Coal debate.
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