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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.
Are small magnitude earthquakes in N. Sonora aftershocks of the 1887 M7.5 earthquake?
Do recent earthquakes in northern Sonora represent late aftershocks of the 1887 M7.5 earthquake?
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.
ML 3.6 Earthquake near Duncan/Safford in southeastern Arizona

At 10:01 a.m. on 27 April 2019, Duncan, Arizona and environs were rocked by an ML 3.6 earthquake. AZGS Research Geoscientist J.Y. Ben-Horin filed this preliminary report.

Pliocene Bouse Formation of the Lower Colorado River Valley – Marine Incursion or Lacustrine Deposits?
Addressing the origin of the Pliocene Bouse Formation of the Lower Colorado River Valley.
Geoheritage Tour of Southern Arizona
Arizona's splendid geoheritage sites powers geotourism for Arizonans and American and foreign tourists.
The Science of Caves - LIVE!

William B. White, Ph.D. and Professor Emeritus at Penn State’s Dept. of Geochemistry, is one of the world’s great authorities on cave formation and cavern features.

The Arizona Geological Society will host Dr. White’s presentation, ‘The Science of Caves and Cave Contributions to Science’.  This hour-long presentation, with 15-minutes for questions, will paint a ‘broad brush overview of cave sciences in the 21th Century.’

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