Arizona Geological Survey Open File Reports


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Published: 1980
Contents:Summary, Major Strengths, Outstanding Recognitions, Major Limitations, Future Plans.
Resource Identifiers: OFR-80-16

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Published: 1979
This informal guidebook was assembled to serve the broad purposes of the Coal Geology Division's two-day Arizona field trip. The following remarks are intended to assist in placing the field...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-79-04

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Published: 1981
Contents:Summary, Major Strengths,Major Limitations, Future Plans. 1981
Resource Identifiers: OFR-81-31

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Published: 1979
Alternative sources of energy will have to be developed as the availability of traditional energy resources continues to diminish. Arizona is supplied with geothermal reserves which could...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-79-09

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Published: 1981
It is becoming increasingly clear that Arizona's.Basin and Range Province contains an abundance of low-angle tectonic phenomena that are diverse in space, time and tectonic significant. It is...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-81-02

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Published: 1981
A preliminary investigation of the geothermal resource potential of the San Pedro River valley was undertaken the latter part of 1980. The area of investigation is situated in Pinal, Pima and...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-81-06

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Published: 1983
The Whitlock Mountains are primarily composed of basaltic to rhyolitic volcanic rocks of Cenozoic age (16 to 30 million years). Two dome flow complexes, with eruptive centers at Powerline Pass and...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-83-05

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Published: 1983
The Vanar Hills region of the central Peloncjllo Mountains is primarily composed of middle Tertiary rhyolite flows, vitric tuffs, and breccias. The lower slopes of the mountains are blanketed by...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-83-06

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Published: 1974
Map illustrating the outcrop and surficial geology of Flagstaff Area, Coconino County, Arizona. Scale 1:24,000.
Resource Identifiers: OFR-74-01

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Published: 1989
Earth fissures are open surficial tension cracks in unconsolidated and semi-consolidated sediments that may display vertical and/or horizontal displacement. Earth fissures have become increasingly...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-89-10

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Published: 1989
The Granite Wash Mountains are located in west-central Arizona and are contiguous with the Harcuvar Mountains to the northeast and the Little Harquahala Mountains to the south. They are part of...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-89-04

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Published: 1990
Arizona Geological Survey Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1989-1990
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-11

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Published: 1990
Since earth fissures were first discovered in south-central Arizona in the late 1920's (Seismological Society of America, 1927), they have been investigated by many workers, who have offered...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-7

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Published: 1990
The little Horn Mountains 30' x 60' quadrangle is situated in the Sonoran Desert section of the Basin and Range Province in southwestern Arizona. This map depicts the alluvial deposits that...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-08

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Published: 1990
The Sand Tank fault ~10km southwest of the proposed Superconducting Super Collider site in Maricopa County, south central Arizona, is characterized a ~3.5 km-long northeast trending Piedmont fault...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-01

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Published: 1990
Surficial geologic maps of the Picacho Basin. The Picacho basin is a large and complex graben surrounded by horsts and half-horsts, which are now the Picacho, Casa Grande, Silverbell, and Sacaton...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-02

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Published: 1990
Tectonic geomorphology of the Toroweap Fault, western Grand Canyon, Arizona: implications for transgression of faulting on the Colorado Plateau. The Toroweap fault is a major normal fault in...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-04

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Published: 1990
Numerous debris flows occurred in the Huachuca Mountains of southeastern Arizona during the summer rainy season of 1988 in areas that were burned by a forest fire earlier in the summer. Debris...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-06

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Published: 1990
The Bouse Hills are located in west-central Arizona (Fig. 1) and are within the Basin and Range physiographic province of the Southwest. The Bouse Hills consist of four rock assemblages (Fig. 2), as...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-90-09

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Published: 1991
This report includes a 1:24,000 scale geologic map of a portion of the central Gila Bend Mountains. The map covers portions of the Fourth of July Butte, Gillespie, and Quail Springs Wash 7.5'...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-91-07

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