Arizona Geological Survey Circulars


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Published: 1986
This bibliography provides references for each known metallic mineral district in La Paz, Mohave, and Yuma Counties in Arizona. In a mineral district classification, known metallic mineral...
Resource Identifiers: C-25

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Published: 1989
This bibliography provides references for each known metallic mineral district in Gila, Maricopa, Pinal, and Yavapai Counties in Arizona. In a mineral-district classification, known metallic mineral...
Resource Identifiers: Circular 27

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Published: 1986
This bibliography provides references for each known metallic mineral district in Cochise, Graham, and Greenlee Counties in Arizona. In a mineral district classification, known metallic mineral...

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Published: 2002
Arizona has several deposits of subsurface salt (sodium chloride) that are thicker than the Grand Canyon is deep (Peirce, 1981a). These deposits are some of the thickest in the world (Peirce, 1989...
Resource Identifiers: C-30

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Published: 1977
Coal mining on a major scale in Arizona began in the early 1970s when Peabody Coal Company started full-scale mining on their Black Mesa leases. These leases cover some 64,800 acres of Navajo and...
Resource Identifiers: C-18

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Published: 1981
This Index is a comprehensive list of published geologic logs of Arizona 's roads and rivers, with accompanying maps. Most of these logs describe the climate, cultural history, vegetation and...
Resource Identifiers: C-22

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Published: 1982
Since 1977 considerable work has been accomplished in order to locate, understand and evaluate geothermal resources in the State of Arizona. Much of this work has been performed by Geothermal...
Resource Identifiers: C-23

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Published: 2001
Eight areas within Arizona have potential for commercial production of hydrocarbons or industrial gases (Figure 1). In addition, at least 14 Tertiary basins, which have not been adequately tested,...
Resource Identifiers: C-29

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Published: 1977
Paleozoic strata of Pennsylvanian and/or Permian age contain laterally persistent zones that are favorable hosts for the occurrence of uranium, both in outcrop and in the subsurface. A survey of...
Resource Identifiers: C-19

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Published: 1981
Carboniferous rocks in Arizona are represented by marine and continental deposits ranging in thickness from 0 to 1,100 m. Mississippian marine strata, consisting largely of cliff forming high-...
Resource Identifiers: C-21

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Published: 1977
The west-central and southwestern portions of Arizona have remained a geologic enigma since the pioneering mapping in the region by Eldred Wilson of the Arizona Bureau of Mines. Until recently,...
Resource Identifiers: C-20

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Published: 1976
Water is becoming a more and more controversial subject in Arizona. The problem stems from the fact that the amount of water consumed far exceeds the ability of nature to replace it. In order to...
Resource Identifiers: C-17

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Published: 1986
This bibliography provides references for each known metallic mineral district in Pima and Santa Cruz Counties in Arizona. In a mineral-district classification, known metallic mineral occurrences...
Resource Identifiers: C-26

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