Poster Publications


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Published: 1959
The late Cenozoic geology of the Colorado Plateau is relatively unknown compared to that of the earlier epochs and periods. This condition exists despite the great interest in the late geologic...

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Published: 1997
EI Tratado de libre Comercio de America del Norte ha creado una nueva oportunidad de construir complemetariedades economicas y de incrementar la competitividad global, para la region que abarcan...
Resource Identifiers: Poster

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Published: 1997
This assessment was undertaken to examine the current status of, and make strategic recommendations concerning, the mining and minerals industry cluster in Arizona. It has been coordinated with a...

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Published: 2017
Landslides hazards are common in mountainous areas of the Southwest and include fast-moving debris flows, large slow moving landslides, and other ground- failure related hazards. In Arizona,...
Resource Identifiers: Landslides in Arizona: Just the facts

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Published: 2016
The 18.8 Ma Peach Spring Tuff’s presence over nearly 20,000 km2 of the southern Basin and Range province makes it the principal strain and time marker in one of the world’s most intensively...
Resource Identifiers: Arizona Geological Society 2016 Fall Field Trip

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Published: 2017
Landslides in Arizona are an under-appreciated geologic hazard. Prior to this project, the nature and extent of landslides was limited to an incomplete array of geologic maps and reports. To address...
Resource Identifiers: Poster publication

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Published: 2016
'Milky quartz veins of all sizes are visible throughout the McDowell Sonoran Preserve (the Preserve) in Scottsdale, Arizona, and are commonly found in Arizona Proterozoic rocks.'
Resource Identifiers: Poster

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Published: 2016
Before 2015 no comprehensive geologic survey had been done of the McDowell Mountains, a small but geologically complex range in Scottsdale, Arizona. Based on his interest in these mountains,...
Resource Identifiers: AGU - Poster 2016

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Published: 2016
Surficial Geology and Geologic Hazards of Bonita and Rhyolite Canyons, Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona - GSA-2016 Poster, Denver, CO

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Published: 2016
The Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS) has been compiling a statewide landslide database for hazard mitigation planning. The AZ Statewide Landslide Inventory Database (AZSLID) contains landslide and...
Resource Identifiers: GSA-2016 poster

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Published: 2016
We initiated this inspection to determine the impacts of a scientific integrity incident involving a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) laboratory. The incident specifically concerned accusations of...

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Published: 2015
Arizona has landslides - lots of landslides. But how many? What types? Where are they? The very limited, fragmented and incomplete data regarding the nature and extent of landslide hazards within...

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Published: 2014
The dynamic project site http://geothermaldata.orgserves as the information source and gateway to the system, allowing data and applications discovery and availability of the system’s data feed. Map-...

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Published: 2014
What makes the Redwall Limestone a unique and important stratigraphic unit in the Grand Canyon? This is one of the questions asked and answered in this guide to the Redwall. Written to assist guides...

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Published: 2013
Poster display of statewide geologic maps of Arizona: 1924, 1969, 1988, 2000. This poster was on exhibit at the Geological Society of America's " 125th Anniversary Annual Meeting &...
Resource Identifiers: Geologic Maps of Arizona 1924-2000: Geologic Map Display

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Published: 2011
Poster presentation before WESTCARB Annual Business Meeting, 25-26 October 2011, Sacramento, California. Powerpoint presentation comprising 20 slides.

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Published: 2012
The Arizona Experience celebrates Arizona’s centennial in 2012 by providing a virtual tour of the state. Interactive maps, videos, timelines, oral histories, 3D virtual tours, and articles all bring...
Resource Identifiers: Experience Arizona: Online

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Published: 2012
Ruby Road washout associated with monsoon storm runoff of 27-28 July 2012. Visual narrative includes images of the washed out road, location maps, and rainfall from ALERT gauge at Pena Blanca Lake.
Resource Identifiers: Ruby Road Washout, Atacosa Canyon, Arizona (27-28 July 2012)

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Published: 2012
Presentation to the Arizona County Emergency Managers at the Arizona Division of Emergency Management on 26 July 2012. Presenter: AZGS Research Geologist Jeri J. Young.
Resource Identifiers: Arizona's Earthquakes - Powerpoint presentation to the Arizona County Emergency Managers

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Published: 2011
In June, 2010, the human-caused Schultz Fire near Flagstaff burned 6,100 ha of mostly steep terrain. Subsequent rains from the 4th wettest monsoon on record produced numerous debris flows,...

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