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Walking & Geoheritage Tour of Phoenix, AZ
Touring the stones and stories of downtown Phoenix.
Google Earth Tour: The Faults of Flagstaff, Arizona
A 4-minute Google Earth flight examining the Lake Mary and Cataract Creek Fault systems near Flagstaff, Arizona.
AZGS puts its shoulder to the wheel at GSA-2019
AZGS has a strong presence at GSA-2019 in Phoenix, Arizona, on the week of 22 Sept. 2019.
10 Earthquakes that Rattled Arizona
'Ten earthquakes that rattled Arizona', illustrates that Arizona has earthquakes and the potential for damaging, even life-threatening, earthquakes.
Fresh time-lapse videos of historic Arizona Earthquakes 1860-2019
Arizona has earthquakes as the three time-lapse videos show.
Larry Wieland’s Grand Canyon Panorama Project
The Grand Canyon Panorama Project is a collection of hundreds of interconnected 360° panoramas of Grand Canyon National Park. The project was created by me 20 years ago.
New Publication explores the origin and geology of the Rio de Flag of Flagstaff, Arizona
"This geology and trail guide is for anyone who likes to walk, be outdoors, and is interested in the geology in and around Flagstaff.” Richard Holm
AZGS Economic Impact Survey – Update
The raw results of spring's AZGS economic impact survey are now in. We are pulling together the survey data, interviews, and web analytics to complete the picture. Stay tuned.
Using Arizona to Explore the Moon

The Black Point Lava Flow in a new AZGS electronic postcard is a timely reminder of the Apollo program, 50 years after the first landing on the Moon, and of NASA’s recently articulated goal to land astronauts at the lunar south pole within the next five years.  

ARIZONA ROCKS – The Postcards! Celebrating GSA-2019 Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona
The Arizona Geological Survey is celebrating GSA-2019 with 21 Arizona Rocks! digital postcards.
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