Arizona Geological Survey Contributed Maps


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Published: 2013
Preliminary Geologic Map of the North Half of the Union Pass Quadrangle, Mohave County, Arizona. Includes one map sheet with cross section at 1:24,000 map scale.
Resource Identifiers: CM-13-A

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Published: 1983
The northern part of the city of Scottsdale lies along the northeast edge of the broad northwest-trending Paradise Valley Basin in which parts of the cities of Paradise Valley and Phoenix are also...
Resource Identifiers: CM-94-E

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Published: 1985
Geologic Map and Cross-Section of Proterozoic Structure of Crazy Basin Area, Yavapai County, Arizona
Resource Identifiers: CM-91-D

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Published: 1985
The eastern part of the Rio Salado Development District (RSDD) encompasses parts of the Granite Reef and Buckhorn topographic quadrangles of the U.S. Geological Survey. This part extends 1 to 2 miles...
Resource Identifiers: CM-96-D

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Published: 1985
The Tonto Foothills part of the City of Scottsdale lies along the extreme northeast edge of the broad northwest-trending Paradise Valley Basin in which part of the cities of Paradise Valley and...
Resource Identifiers: CM-94-F

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Published: 1986
Geologic Map and Cross-Section of the Central Mazatzal Mountains, Central Arizona, 1986, scale 1:10,000, 2 sheets.
Resource Identifiers: CM-91-F

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Published: 1987
Geologic Map of the Western Half of the Young Quadrangle, Northern Sierra Anchas, and Geologic Map of the Marsh Creek Area, Diamond Butte and Young Quadrangles, Gila County, Arizona, 1988, scale 1:24...
Resource Identifiers: CM-91-H

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Published: 1989
One geologic map, map scale at 1:24,000; one sheet of cross-sections (six cross-sections); one generalized geologic map of the Transition Zone, East-Central Arizona. Three sheets total.
Resource Identifiers: CM-89-B

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Published: 1989
Geologic Map and Cross Sections of the Northern Tortilla Mountains, Pinal County, Arizona. Scale at 1:12,000. 6 Sheets.
Resource Identifiers: CM-89-A

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Published: 1989
Geologic map of the Little Rincon Mountains, east of the Rincon Mountains and adjacent to the San Pedro Trough. Map Scale 1:10,000
Resource Identifiers: CM-89-C

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Published: 1989
Geologic Map and Cross Sections of the Southwestern Part of the New River Mountains, Arizona. Scale 1:12,000, 2 sheets.
Resource Identifiers: CM-89-E

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Published: 1989
Geologic Map of the Northern Plomosa Mountains, La Paz County, Arizona. Map scale 1:24,000
Resource Identifiers: CM-89-D

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Published: 1990
Geologic map with map scale of 1:12,000; includes two cross-sections.
Resource Identifiers: CM-90-B

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Published: 1990
Geologic maps of the Big Bug Mineral District, map scale 1:12,000. Two sheets.
Resource Identifiers: CM-90-A

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Published: 1990
Scale at 1:50,000. 18 p. Text and Sheet.
Resource Identifiers: CM-90-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
A Geologic Map of Part of the Southern Plomosa Mountains, West-Central Arizona, 1992, scale 1:12,200.
Resource Identifiers: CM-92-A

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Published: 1992
Geologic Map of the Sycamore Creek Region, Maricopa County, Arizona, 1992, scale 1:24,000.
Resource Identifiers: CM-92-D

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Published: 1992
Preliminary Geologic Map of Tertiary Sedimentary Rocks in the Northern Rawhide Mountains, Mohave County, Arizona, 1992, scale 1:18,000.
Resource Identifiers: CM-92-B

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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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