• Montezuma Castle's prehistoric dwelling

    Montezuma Castle

    National Monument Arizona

Published Research and Other Materials on Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well

Hydrogeology and Water Chemistry of Montezuma Well
Hydrogeology and Water Chemistry of
Montezuma Well (1997)
 
MOCA Vascular Image
Vascular Plant and Vertebrate Inventory of Montezuma Castle National Monument
 
SODN Climate Inventory
Weather and Climate Inventory
National Park Service - Sonoran Desert Network
 
Landbird Report 2008
Landbird Monitoring in the Sonoran Desert Network - Status Report 2008
 
Montezuma Well Leeches
All about the Leeches of Montezuma Well
USGS report of geochemistry of MOWE water
Water and Rock Geochemistry ... of Groundwater to Montezuma Well, a Natural Spring in Central Arizona (2011)
Please follow the link to download the document: http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2011/1063/
 
2009 MOCA brief image
Montezuma Castle National Monument Management Brief
 
Invasive Non-native Plant Inventory
Invasive Non-native Plant Inventory for
Montezuma Castle and
Tuzigoot National Monuments
 
The Ecology of Parasite-Host Interactions
The Ecology of Parasite-Host Interactions at Montezuma Well National Monument, Arizona—Appreciating the Importance of Parasites

Did You Know?

Datura Flower

Spring is a beautiful time at Montezuma Castle National Monument. Beware this flower, though: this Sacred Datura, or Jimson Weed, is toxic if eaten.