Arizona Geological Survey Contributed Maps


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Published: 2021
In the 1980s, the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) was keen on searching for hot, dry rock geothermal resources in the Aquarius Mountains of western Arizona. To facilitate exploration, LANL...
Resource Identifiers: CM-21-B

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Published: 2021
Cemetery Ridge is a northwest-trending group of low-relief hills in a remote area in southwest Arizona. Geological mapping by Grubensky and Demsey (1991) and Gilbert and Spencer (1992) identified the...
Resource Identifiers: CM-21-A

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Published: 1962
Index of geologic cross-section and three plates with cross sections.

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Published: 1992
This map was originally published in 1991 as part of Geological Society of America Special Paper 264. It is based on more than 80 geologic maps, both published and unpublished, that were prepared by...
Resource Identifiers: CM-92-C

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Published: 1991
Geologic map and cross section through the northern Matzazal Mountains of Shake Tree Canyon, Central Arizona. Scale 1:24,000. Two sheets.
Resource Identifiers: CM-91-J

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Published: 1991
Detailed geologic mapping of a portion of the Matzazal Mountains of central Arizona.
Resource Identifiers: CM-91-B

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Published: 1991
Geologic mapping and cross section (plate 2) of the Northern Sierra Anchas of Gila County, Arizona. Map scale, 1:10,000.
Resource Identifiers: CM-91-C

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Published: 2003
Geologic map of the Phoenix Mountains, Central Arizona, v. 1.0, by J.K. Johnson, S.J. Reynolds, and D.A. Jones, 2003, 15 p., scale 1:24,000, 1 CD-ROM. CM-04-A,T Text and color map
Resource Identifiers: CM-04-A

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Published: 2018
Geologic map of the McDowell Mountains. The geologic units and contacts were digitized by volunteers of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy.
Resource Identifiers: CM-18-B

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Published: 1988
Geologic map of the Moon Mtn. Quadrangle, La Paz County, Arizona. Mapped by James Knapp in 1988 and released as an AZGS Contributed Map in 1993.
Resource Identifiers: CM-93-C

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Published: 2017
Geologic map of the northern Plomosa Mountains, La Paz County, Arizona. Includes five cross sections and structural data diagrams. Completed as part of M.Sc. Thesis at the Dept. of Geosciences of...
Resource Identifiers: CM-17-A

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Published: 2002
The Santa Catalina and Rincon Mountains of southeastern Arizona (Fig. 1) were seminal in the development of the concept of metamorphic core complexes (Davis and Coney, 1979). The first steps in this...
Resource Identifiers: CM-02-A

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Published: 2018
In 1981, Phil Anderson and Karl Wirth published a NURE report, 'Uranium potential in Precambrian Conglomerates of the Central Arizona Arch". We are now releasing six of the geologic and...
Resource Identifiers: CM-18-A

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Published: 2017
Phil Anderson's maps of the Proterozoic of the Bradshaw Mountains of central Arizona's Transition Zone with a forward and note of explanation by Steve Reynolds and others. From Reynolds...
Resource Identifiers: CM-17-B

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Published: 2016
ONLINE ACCESS - http://tinyurl.com/GeoMap-McdowellMtns |||| Geologic map of the McDowell Mountains, north of Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona. This map is hosted online...
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CM-16-A
http://tinyurl.com/GeoMap-McdowellMtns

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Published: 2015
The Jurassic rocks in the northern Canelo Hills can be grouped into four stratigraphic units (in chronological order): 1) red mudstones, 2) a sandstone and conglomerate unit, 3) a sequence of welded...
Resource Identifiers: CM-15-B

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Published: 2015
The Page Springs Quadrangle is in the northern part of Verde Valley in north-central Arizona, at the northern edge of the Transition Zone between the Colorado Plateau and the Basin and Range (Fig....
Resource Identifiers: CM-15-A

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Published: 2004
The maps in this publication were created by Robert J. Scott during preparation of a Ph.D. dissertation at Monash University in Victoria, Australia. The Harvacular and Harquahala Mountains, are part...
Resource Identifiers: CM-04-D

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Published: 2014
Geologic map of the southern Lincoln Ranch basin, Buckskin Mountains, west-central Arizona. Map scale at 1:10,000. Includes five cross sections.
Resource Identifiers: CM-14-B

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Published: 2014
The Sentinel Plains lava field and associated small shields are early Pleistocene-age, mantle-derived alkali olivine basaltic lavas in the vicinity of the Gila Bend and Painted Rock Mountains, 65 km...
Resource Identifiers: CM-14-A

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