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Graduate student’s investigating Arizona’s earth fissures
Graduate students at the UArizona and ASU wade into earth fissures.
Arizona Exploration & Mining: 2019 Perspectives
AZGS's Carson Richardson reviews Arizona mining and mineral exploration at AEMA Annual Meeting, Sparks, NV.
That sinking feeling
Satellite-based tech employed by Arizona Dept. of Water Resources has found more than 3,400 square miles of land subsidence in the state
UNESCO, AIPG and AGS examining subsidence and earth fissures in central Arizona
AZGS in the field examining earth fissures with UNESCO, AIPG and AGS.
Yavapai College Geology Students Joins GEM at Bagdad Mine
GEM sponsors Bagdad Copper Mine field trip for Yavapai College students.
Rebirth of the Sacaton Copper Mine, Casa Grande, Arizona?
AZGS Mining Data site yields bonanza of geologic, geophysical and geochemical data on the Sacaton Mine near Casa Grande, Arizona.
The ineluctable march of earth fissures in southern Arizona
The ineluctable march of earth fissures in southern Arizona documented in newly revised earth fissure study area maps.
The Great Arizona ShakeOut 2019 – Post-Mortem
The Great Arizona ShakeOut on 17 Oct. 2019 engaged 87,134* people.
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?
Geoscience Workforce Employment Changes (2018-2028)
e-Mail note from the American Geosciences Institute regarding projected employment growth in the geoscience workforce over the next decade.
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