Arizona Geology - Fieldnotes Newsletters

Published: 2022
The chief article, “Get to the Boats! Fatal Debris Flow at Grand Canyon’s Tatahatso Beach, 14 July 2021”, describes a singular debris flood/flow event that sent 32 whitewater rafters scrambling for...

Published: 2021
The winter Arizona Geology newsletter includes the following: Recent Earthquakes Highlight Seismic Hazards in Southeastern Arizona by P.A. Pearthree and J.Y. Ben-Horin; 2001 Monsoon Rains hit...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology Winter Newsletter 2021 V.42 No.3

Published: 2021
Summer newsletter of the Arizona Geological Survey, 11 pages. Lead article: Updates on the AZGS Geologic Mapping Program by C.A. Richardson and P.A. Pearthree.
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology Summer Newsletter 2021 V.42 No.2

Published: 2019
The AZGS receives an annual appropriation of $941,000 from the State of Arizona as a line-item in the University of Arizona budget. These funds are used for operations, salaries, and funding match...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology e-Magazine, Summer 2019

Published: 2007
In August 2005, torrential monsoon rains reactivated an earth fissure near Queen Creek, Maricopa County, Arizona. Overnight, the fissure became an open crevasse 5 to 10 ft wide, and up to 25 ft deep...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology Vol. 37, No. 1

Published: 2017
The STATEMAP Program has facilitated a tremendous amount of geologic mapping in the past 25 years, but it imposes a rather relentless schedule on state geological surveys. STATEMAP is part of the...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology Summer 2017

Published: 2017
The American Geosciences Institute’s Critical Issues program ( provides accessible, decision-relevant information on issues at the intersection of the...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology e-Newsmagazine Winter 2016-2017

Published: 2017
Film review. Colorado Mesa University's Water Science Center and Gen9 Productions have created a compelling media piece for educating the general public about water use in the Grand Valley. The...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology Winter 2016-2017

Published: 2008
Potash prices are skyrocketing and may soar to $1,000 or more per ton by the end of 2008 (Figure 1). Rapidly rising demand for fertilizer and limited expansion of production are leading causes of the...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geology Vol. 38, No. 2

Published: 1971
Exploration activities that probe Arizona's third dimension are a source of geological data vital to the continuing development of an understanding of its geological framework. ----- TITLES OF...
Resource Identifiers: Field Notes Vol. 1, No. 1

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