New Publications & New Online Resources

In line with our new digital approach to publishing, more and more of our technical reports and maps will
be available as free, downloadable PDFs.  Of course, paper copies of most AZGS publications will still
be available through the AZGS State Map and Bookstore. 

Call 520.770.3500 for prices see our online Publications Catalog.



PUBLICATIONS


CR-09A—Stratigraphic, Sedimentologic, and Paleobotanical Investigations of Terrace Gravels, U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground, by J.D. Nations, R.L.Swift, F. Croxen III and R. Betts, 2009.

DGM-71
—Surficial Geologic Map and Flood Hazard Assessment, Rainbow Valley, Maricopa County, Arizona, v. 1.0., 3 map sheets at 1:24,000 scale, by P.A. Pearthree, A. Youberg and T.C. Shipman, 2009 

DI-39—Locations of Mapped Earth Fissure Traces in Arizona, by T.C. Shipman et al., 1:12,000 to 1:24,000- scale ESRI shapefiles of Earth Fissure Study area, V. 02/11/09, Online at The Earth Fissure Center.

DM-EF-3—Earth Fissure Map of the Picacho Study Area: Maricopa County, AZ, 2009 (3 map sheets @ 1:24,000 scale) Online at The Earth Fissure Center.

DM-EF-8—Earth Fissure Map of the Luke Study Area: Maricopa County, AZ, v.2, 2009 (1:24,000 scale) Online at The Earth Fissure Center.

DM-EF-9—Earth Fissure Map of the Heaton Study Area: Maricopa and Pinal Counties, AZ, 2009 (1:24,000 scale) Online at The Earth Fissure Center.

DM-EF-10—Earth Fissure Map of the Wintersburg Study Area: Pinal County, AZ, 2009, (1:24,000 scale) Online at The Earth Fissure Center.

 

NEW ONLINE RESOURCES


 MINERAL RESOURCES: Gold Prospecting
 MINERAL RESOURCES: Industrial Minerals

 

Coming Soon to azgs.az.gov Online Publications


ANDERSON-HAMILTON VOLUME: Mesozoic Cenozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Colorado River Region, California, Arizona, and Nevada 1986, eds., Eric Frost and Donna Martin. This volume, at more than 600 pages, comprises more than 50 articles from 78 contributors. We thank Eric Frost for his kind permission to feature this remarkable and still relevant work.

OFR-08-06—Geological Mapping of Debris-Flow Deposits in the Santa Catalina Mountains, Pima County, Arizona, by A. Youberg, M.L. Cline, J.P. Cook, P.A Pearthree and R.H. Webb, 2008, 42 p.Including 11, 1:6000-scale map sheets featuring 13 canyons in the Santa Catalina Mtns:

DM-DF-1A
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouths of Molino, La Milagrosa and Agua Caliente Canyons, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1B—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouth of Soldier Canyon, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1C
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouth of Gibbon Canyon, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1D
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouths of Sabino and Bear Canyons, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1E
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouths of Esperero and Bird Canyons, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1F
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouth of Ventana Canyon, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1G
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouths of Finger Rock and Pontatoc Canyons, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1H
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouth of Cobblestone Canyon, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1I
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouth of Pima Canyon, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1J
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouth of Pusch Canyon, Pima County, AZ, 2008

DM-DF-1K
—Debris-Flow Deposits at the Mouth of Linda Vista Canyon, Pima County, AZ, 2008

 

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