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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).
After a wildfire, how intense does rainfall need to be to cause a debris flow?
Monitoring precipitation and post-wildfire debris flows in mountains of the arid Southwest U.S.
Earthquakes, volcanoes, floods, tsunamis and landslides in the Western U.S.: the role of state geological surveys
State geological surveys play a pivotal role in identifying, evaluating and communicating geologic hazards to their state’s constituents.
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.
New digital geologic maps encompass gold/silver mining districts of Mohave County
AZGS releases geologic maps for the Secret Pass 7 ½' Quadrangle and the southern part of the Union Pass 7 ½' Quadrangle, Mohave County, Arizona.
Reaching beyond the geosciences choir with social media
AZGS uses social media and web resources to reach beyond our native stakeholders to a broader public audience.
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.
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.
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