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USGS, AZGS, & UArizona Geosciences collaborate on post-wildfire debris flow research in the southwest
AZGS has partnered with UArizona Geosciences and the US Geological Survey on understanding post-wildfire debris-flows in the southwestern U.S.
Ho, Ho, Ho - Giving the Gift of Arizona Geology

Introduction

Wretched as 2020 has been, and continues to be, the holiday season has arrived. For those looking for a gift with geologic overtones, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite geologic books, field trips guides, and maps that are in-print or free as digital downloads.

Best wishes finding precisely what you need.

2 New Geologic Videos & 1 New Geologic Map
We are posting our GSA2020 Connects presentations and one new geologic map.
Magnitude 3.3 earthquake occurs eight miles east of Flagstaff, Arizona
On 13 Oct. 2020 at 9:16 a.m. (MST / PDT) , a shallow magnitude 3.3 earthquake rattled Walnut Canyon about 8 miles east of Flagstaff, Arizona (population ~ 74,000).
Island Mountains of Southeastern Arizona – NEW Down-to-Earth Booklet
John V. Bezy's latest contribution to the AZGS DTE series: ‘Island Mountains of Southeastern Arizona: Geology, Vegetation & Wildlife’.
America Geoheritage II – Webinar Series Autumn 2020
A groundswell of interest in the U.S. regarding ‘Geoheritage’, America’s natural geologic legacy showcased in America Geoheritage II - webinar series fall 2020.
Virtual Geological Field Trips for Education through Exploration
Studying the Earth in the field is an integral method of geoscience (Kastens et al., 2009), and teaching in the field is fundamental to geoscience education (Whitmeyer et al., 2009).
Examining a small rockfall along the I-17 corridor
A summary of observations of a small-volume rockfall along Highway I-17 southbound, near mile-marker 250.
New mapping of the Blythe 7 ½’ quadrangle records the pre- and post-dam era history of transformation of the Lower Colorado River
The evolving sedimentological picture of the lower Colorado River system before and after engineering efforts to control flow.
UNESCO, AIPG and AGS examining subsidence and earth fissures in central Arizona
AZGS in the field examining earth fissures with UNESCO, AIPG and AGS.
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