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AZGS releases digital drill core data from the Courtland-Gleeson area, Turquoise mining district, southeastern Arizona
Courtland-Gleeson area with 113 drill holes representing 25,935 m (85,087 feet or 16.1 miles) including lithology, mineralization, alteration, structure, and assay data.
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.
Review 'Helvetia-Rosemont: Arizona’s Hardscrabble Mining Camp'
David Briggs tells a compelling story of the Helvetia-Rosemont Mining District in the Santa Rita Mountains of southern Arizona.
Arizona Geological Society: Virtual Presentation on the Sweet Home Mine & Detroit City Portal of Colorado
Virtual presentation on the geology and mining history of the Sweet Home Mine and the Detroit City Portal, Colorado
US Geological Mining Dockets for Arizona: 1950 – 1974
The USGS Docket 1950 to 1974 collection for Arizona includes 357 mining properties.
When the ground comes tumbling down: Subsidence that accompanies block caving
The San Manuel copper mine of SE Arizona provides an example of ground subsidence that accompanies block caving.
Arizona Exploration & Mining: 2019 Perspectives
AZGS's Carson Richardson reviews Arizona mining and mineral exploration at AEMA Annual Meeting, Sparks, NV.
AMR 50th Episode: Arizona Silver Exploration gold-silver properties
Arizona Mining Review shoots its 50 episode with Greg Hahn of Arizona Silver Exploration.
UA Arizona Geological Survey Activities Help Power Arizona’s Economy
AZGS contributed nearly $32 million to Arizona’s economy over the past year – a 34-fold return on the survey’s FY-2018 state allocation of $941,000.
Geologist Don Applebee passes
Donald J. Applebee Jr., geologist and former President of the Arizona Geological Society passed away suddenly on 27 May 2019.
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