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Natural Hazard Viewer for Arizona
September 24, 2013 | Arizona Geological Survey

The interactive Natural Hazard Viewer focuses on four hazards common to Arizona — geologic faults and earthquakes, earth fissures, floods and wildfire. Each hazard is described in detail and displayed as a layer on a map. Moreover, the natural hazard information is dynamic; site updates will occur as new or revised hazard data becomes available.

Editor’s Comment: Every state geological survey should have one of these!


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Arizona Oil and Gas Well Viewer
October 3, 2013 | Arizona Geological Survey / Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
The state of Arizona has developed an interactive viewer that allows anyone to obtain information about oil and natural gas wells. The digitizing effort focused on deep wells across northeastern Arizona including wells that penetrated Precambrian basement and wells in the oil and gas fields with the highest cumulative production. The AZGS developed a user-friendly web application to make the digitized well data available online to facilitate the widest possible access and use of the data. The search and download map includes more than 1100 well folders, 2500 scanned tiff images of well logs, and the newly digitized LAS

New Arizona Subsidence Maps
June 17, 2013 | Arizona Geology Blog
The Arizona Dept. of Water Resources has updated the majority of the land subsidence maps using InSAR data through April 2013.

The Status of Landslide Mapping in the USA?
April 13, 2014 | CNBC
An article on CNBC website explores some of the challenges of producing landslide hazard maps for the United States.


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