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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.
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).
Calculating the value of geologic maps to human society – no simple matter
Geologic maps are invaluable tools for geoscientists in their pursuit of mineral resources, hazard mitigation strategies, and meet the societal needs of a growing population.
Drought Impacts Post-Wildfire Flooding and Debris Flow Hazard: A sign of the times in the Southwestern U.S.
Two-page flyer examines the relationship between drought and post-fire debris flows.
I17-Landslide Post - Part IV: Hy179 and I17 on the western edge of the Mormon Mountain volcanic field
Landslide deposits on the north slope of Verde Valley near the interchange of I-17 and AZ 179.
AZGS at Work for Arizona: Landslides along the I-17 corridor in the Verde Valley
Part III. Landslides along the I-17 corridor near Camp Verde in central Arizona's Verde Valley.
AZGS at work for Arizona: Landslides adjacent to I-17 between Black Canyon City and Sunset Point Rest Area
AZGS at work for Arizona: Landslides adjacent to I-17 between Black Canyon City and the Sunset Point Rest area
AZGS at work for Arizona: Identifying landslide deposits and hazards along the I-17 corridor from Anthem to Flagstaff, AZ
AZGS geoscientists are examining and mapping landslide features along the I-17 corridor from Anthem to Flagstaff. The results will inform ADOT's $300+ million project to improve I-17.
Running Blog: National Earthquake Program Managers at NEC

Every four years the National Earthquake Program Managers (NEPM) meeting dovetails with that of the National Earthquake Conference (NEC). The result is a 5-day conference to evaluate the latest in earthquake science, earthquake engineering, and earthquake mitigation strategies.

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