Natural hazards viewer showcasing earth fissures, active faults and earthquakes, flood potential and fire risk index.
This interactive map (OFR-19-04) is a joint product of the AZGS and the Arizona Mine Inspectors Office.
Geology of Grand Canyon; map(s) by G. Billingsley and colleagues at the USGS; interactive map stitched by Ryan Clark.
Displays 1,100 oil, gas and geothermal wells; digital well logs and log ASCII standard (LAS) digital data.
Geologic reports & maps published from 1915 to the present. Free download | No log-in.
1000s of original, historic Arizona mine files, photographs, and maps from the former AZ Dept. of Mines and Mineral Resources.
Online Bibliography of Arizona Geology with 13,000+ citations of geologic studies
NGDS ~ a distributed data system of geothermal-related resources from all 50 states.
Geologic Story Maps
The walking tour of downtown Phoenix just in time for the 5,800+ geoscientists flocking to Phoenix for the 131st Geological Society of America conference at the Phoenix Conv. Center, 09/22-25/19.
This StoryMap illustrates that Arizona has the potential for damaging, even life-threatening, earthquakes
This geoheritage tour includes 36 geologic and cultural sites of prominence in southern Arizona within 200 miles of Tucson
A StoryMap tour of 30 prominent geologic and archaeological features near Flagstaff, Arizona
Join AZGS geologist Steve Rauzi rafting through Grand Canyon examining the Precambrian Chuar Group.
The San Pedro River. Journey 122 miles from the US-Mexico Frontier to Winkelman, Arizona, with geologist Joe Cook.
Dr. Dale Nations and his students descend the South Kaibab Trail to Phantom Ranch on the floor of Grand Canyon.
Dr. Dale Nations and students ascend the Bright Angel Trail from Grand Canyon's Inner Gorge to the South Rim.
Dr. Dale Nations leads you on a geologic tour through northern Arizona's dinosaur country; from Gray Mountain to Black Mesa.
Celebrating 125 years of service to Arizona in 2013 with a geologic theme picture for each day.