Natural Resources Monitoring at Coronado National Memorial

Coronado National Memorial


Size: 1,923 hectares
Elevation range: 1,433–2,347 meters

Coronado National Memorial, in southeast Arizona, commemorates and interprets the significance of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado's expedition. The location was chosen for the panoramic views of the US–Mexico border and the San Pedro River Valley. This is believed to have been Coronado's route.

The park lies near the center of the Apache Highlands ecoregion and preserves a rich biological and geological diversity. The park occurs within four biomes: semi-desert grassland, Madrean evergreen woodland/interior chaparral, and temperate forest. Average annual precipitation is 20.8 inches (528 mm).

The Sonoran Desert Network has a variety of publications and other information available on natural resources inventory and monitoring at Coronado National Memorial.

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Last updated: October 26, 2017


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