For additional information regarding the Arizona Geological Survey and for free access to all our published reports and maps, please visit azgs.arizona.edu. Directory of Arizona… Background HB 2037. The Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS) is an important resource for mineral and natural resource industry decisionmakers and legislators. More than 1,300 geologic and mining district maps may be found online at azgs.arizona.edu, along with reports, mineral assessments, bulletins and circulars to describe the geologic Arizona geologic map data A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in Arizona, with lithology, age, data structure, and format written and arranged just like the other states. Source: Arizona Geological Survey View The first topographic map of Mercury was released by the U.S. Geological Survey, Arizona State University, Carnegie Institute of Washington, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and NASA. As part of HB 2037 Section 27-102, Arizona Revised Statutes, as amended by Laws 2016, 3 chapter 371, section 6, is … This report was a joint research project with JE Fuller Hydrology and Geomorphology, Inc., with offices in Tucson, Tempe, Flagstaff, Arizona… Click here to access the AZGS interactive map. Users can select individual units to see brief descriptions, as well as stratigraphic relationships and depositional environments for sedimentary rocks. Our mission is to collect and interpret high quality, impartial scientific information to provide resource managers and the public with the knowledge required to understand and manage the critical water resources of Arizona and the Southwest. This high-resolution map provides the first comprehensive view of Mercury’s entire surface, illustrating the planet’s craters, … Published by the Arizona Geological Survey (Prior to Fall 1988, the Newsletter was called Fieldnotes) Historical issues (1971-2008) are in .pdf format. The Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS) was established by the Arizona Legislature to investigate and describe Arizona's geology and to educate and inform the public regarding its geologic setting. Philip PEARTHREE, Research geologist and chief, environmental geology section | Cited by 972 | of Arizona Geological Survey - AZGS, Arizona | Read 78 publications | Contact Philip PEARTHREE Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey Arizona Water Science Center. Arizona 55th Legislature 2021: HB 2037 and impact on Arizona Geological Survey. In total, HB 2037 is very positive for the AZGS as we move forward as an applied research group in the UA. Arizona Geological Survey is a members of Energistics Data Transfer Standards Consortium starting from 2010 and contributes expertise through Asset & Data Management, Geology and Regulatory Special Interest Groups. Welcome to the Archives of the Arizona Geology Newsletter! 18 Jan 21 . Philip A. Pearthree, Ph.D. (520) 621-2444: Director & State Geologist: Randi Bellassai (520) 621-2432: Assistant Director, Business-Finance In Tucson, the Survey maintains a geological … The Arizona Geological Survey's website hosts an interactive map of the geology of Arizona. Each year since 1915, AZGS has released geologic maps, formal reports, and other geology-related publications. The Arizona Geological Survey just released a report identifying areas in Coconino County, Arizona, at risk from flooding and debris flows in the aftermath of a reasonable-wildfire scenario.