Arizona Geological Survey - Miscellaneous Maps


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Published: 2021
In FY 2021, there were 441 active, full-time mines or development projects in the state of Arizona (Plate 1). Mine products have been categorized into 42 discrete categories (as defined by Hart, 2018...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-21-06

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Published: 2021
Arizona’s long history of exploration and mining has resulted in the development of mineral resources across the state. By convention, individual prospects, deposits, and mines into mining districts...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-21-05

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Published: 2021
The Arizona Bureau of Mines (and later the Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology and the Arizona Geological Survey) maintained a significant collection of primary data on mining districts...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-21-03

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Published: 2021
Phillip Anderson conducted a comprehensive study of the Proterozoic geology, tectonics, and mineral deposits of the Southwest, focused on Arizona. He started his studies upon arrival at the...
Resource Identifiers: OFR-21-04

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Published: 1986
Geologic map of the Kelsey Canyon area of Cochise County, Arizona.
Resource Identifiers: MM-86-C

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Published: 1985
Mapping of UArizona M.S. candidate Nancy Riggs of Pajarito Mountains and environs.
Resource Identifiers: MM-85-A

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Published: 1987
The map was prepared by compilation of available previous mapping (see reference list), supplemented by field reconnaissance and local remapping, and was drafted in 15 sheets (see index key) at I :62...
Resource Identifiers: MM-87-A

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Published: 1985
M.S. thesis from Northern Arizona University on the geology of the Northern Dome Rock Mountains of western Arizona.

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Published: 1985
Geologic map of the Plomosa Pass area, northern Plomosa Mouontains, La Paz County, Arizona

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Published: 0087
Geologic map contributed by students at the Univ. of Illinois, Urbana in 1986.

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Published: 1988
A 1:24,000 scale geologic map of the Willcox north Quadrangle and the southeastern-most Greasewood Mountain Quadrangle, Arizona. sandy sediments of unknown age were deformed and metamorphosed to...
Resource Identifiers: MM-88-B

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Published: 1985
Geologic map and cross sections of the NW Granite Wash Mountains of western Arizona. Map scale 1:10,000.
Resource Identifiers: MM-86-B

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Published: 1980
Gravity data were obtained from surveys by the Laboratory of Geophysics of the University of Arizona, U.S. Defense Mapping Agency, U.S. Geological Survey, Exxon Corporation, and mining companies and...
Resource Identifiers: Residual Bouguer Gravity Map of Arizona (IGSN 71)

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Published: 1970
Residual magnetic intensity values are given in gammas. The original total field data were corrected for diurnal variation as observed at the Tucson Magnetic Observatory during the flight period.
Resource Identifiers: Residual Aeromagnetic Map of Arizona

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Published: 1985
Geologic map and cross sections of Hot Springs area. Map scale 1:24,000
Resource Identifiers: MM-85-D

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Published: 1988
Geologic map of lithologies and faults of northwestern Arizona. Map scale 1:250,000.
Resource Identifiers: MM-88-A

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Published: 1984
Geologic map of the a portion of the southern Kofa Mountains.
Resource Identifiers: MM-84-A

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Published: 1981
Geologic maps and sample location map of the Picacho Mountains of southeastern Arizona. The maps are were originally released as part of a masters thesis for the Dept. of Geosciences, University of...
Resource Identifiers: MM-81-A

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Published: 1983
Geologic map with stratigraphy of the Buehman Canyon area. Map scale 1:6,000.
Resource Identifiers: MM-83-A

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Published: 1978
Geologic maps of the Silver Mountain in the Copperopolis and Columbia 7.5 minute quadrangles.
Resource Identifiers: MM-78-A

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