azgs combined annual report 2006-2009:
The accomplishments, publications, partnerships, staff and funding of the Arizona Geological Survey from 2006 to 2009..
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azgs uploads 30-years of geothermal reports and maps online
Arizona is home to at least 60 hot springs, a surface manifestation of shallow geothermal resources (source: National Geophysical Data Center).
Since the 1970s, AZGS has evaluated and characterized numerous potential geothermal hot spots throughout central and southern Arizona. Read More

Announcement: price hike - usgs & blm topographic map products
Back in March 2009, the US Geological Survey raised the price on their topographic products – the 1:24,000 and 1:100,000 topographic quadrangles – to $8.00 and $9.00, respectively.   At the time, Kevin Gallagher, Associate Director of the Geospatial Information Office, said, “The USGS takes this action reluctantly”. Read More

Spencer titley honored with first-ever azgs honorary map
Tuesday, 7 November, AZGS joined with the University of Arizona’s Geoscience Department to honor Dr. Spencer Titley for his 55 years of contributions to Arizona geology. Read More

Azgs state map program 2010
AZGS geologists are gearing up for another State Map field season.   This year the focus is on southwestern Arizona near Yuma (three 7.5’ quadrangles), north-central Yavapai county north of Prescott (two 7.5’ quadrangles), and east of Tucson along the Pima-Cochise County line (one 7.5’ quadrangle).  See below for the titles of the six quadrangles scheduled for 2010. Read More

azgs state map and bookstore: holiday sale
AZGS is hosting its annual 15% Holiday Sale on select books, maps, field guides and calendars through December 2009.  The sale continues through December 2009.   Please stop by and pick up a holiday gift from some of the following publishers. Read More
Az SHAKE – Earthquake Education in Arizona
In September 2009, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)awarded AZGS  $53,294 for a public outreach and education campaign on seismic hazards...Read More

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