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Image: Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Sun making shadows at the Grand Canyon.

USGS
October 22, 2018

Comparison between Interior Layered Deposits in Valles Marineris and..

Comparison between Interior Layered Deposits in Valles Marineris and Terrestrial Sub-ice Volcanoes.

Image: Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Colorado River view.

USGS
October 22, 2018

Comparison between Elysium Fossae Ridges and Terrestrial Sub-ice Volca

Comparison between Elysium Fossae Ridges and Terrestrial Sub-ice Volcanoes.

Thumbnail of a poster which is laid out with photos, images, and text.
January 1, 2005

Flying Eyeball Measures Grand Canyon Sand

Poster about the  USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center's development of an instrument called the "flying eyeball" to measure river sand, from 1993-2004.

Image: Arizona Black Rattlesnake

Arizona Black Rattlesnake

The Arizona black rattlesnake is a high-elevation medium-sized (<1,000 mm) rattlesnake found primarily in Arizona and extreme western New Mexico. Adults are dark brown or black in background color, with white- or yellow-edged barker hexagonal blotches. Juveniles are born with a grey background and dark blotches. Arizona black rattlesnakes are typically found in pine-oak

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Image: Arizona Upland Plant Community in the Sonoran Desert

Arizona Upland Plant Community in the Sonoran Desert

In the drier Arizona upland plant communities, pictured here, some species will likely decline with forecasted climate change (such as foothill paloverde, ocotillo and creosote bush) while cacti may well increase in abundance and range.

USGS
September 21, 2018

I-Map Database

Excel spreadsheet listing the many planetary and lunar maps published from 1961 on. Some are available in hardcopy form at no cost to the requestor.

USGS
October 19, 2018

Lava Flow Presentation

Lava Flow Presentation by Laszlo Keszthelyi

USGS
September 26, 2018

Meteor Crater Drill Cuttings Sampling Protocol

Meteor Crater Drill Cuttings Sampling Protocol

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USGS
March 29, 2000

Even as the Chiricahua leopard frog has disappeared from 80 percent of its former habitat, scientists, resource managers, ranchers, volunteer naturalists and even teachers and schoolchildren are striving to discover what is killing this frog and to sustain its populations in southeast Arizona until answers are found.

USGS
February 11, 2000

Following a competitive nation-wide search, Dr. Barry D. Gold has been named to head the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center of the U.S. Department of the Interior, by Dr. Charles R. Groat, director of the U.S. Geological Survey.

USGS
November 5, 1999

Weather forecasts and the Southwestern environment will be highlighted Wednesday afternoon, November 10, as The U.S. Geological Survey and the National Weather Service (NWS) host an open house at their facilities in the Dennis DeConcini Environment and Natural Resources Building on the University of Arizona campus.

USGS
March 18, 1997

Following the official dedication Friday morning, March 21, 1997, of the University of Arizona’s new Environment and Natural Resources Building, the public is invited to tour the facility on the campus at the northeast corner of Sixth Street and Park Avenue.

USGS
March 18, 1997

You no doubt are already aware of the March 21, 1997 dedication ceremony for the University of Arizona’s new Environmental and Natural Resources building at 520 North Park Avenue in Tucson. The building will be occupied by the U.S. Geological Survey, the U.S. Weather Service, and U of A students.

USGS
March 18, 1997

The presence of the U.S. Geological Survey in the University of Arizona’s Environment and Natural Resources Building marks the latest chapter in the USGS’s long association with the University and the study of earth sciences in Arizona.

USGS
November 21, 1996

The gasoline additive MTBE (methyl tert-butyl ether) was detected in some urban stormwater samples collected in 16 cities and metropolitan areas by the U.S. Geological Survey, but all detections of MTBE were less than the lower limit of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s draft lifetime health advisory for drinking water.

USGS
March 25, 1996

About 2200 pounds of nontoxic red dye will be dumped into the Colorado River Wednesday (Mar. 27, 1996) as part of a controlled flood experiment in the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, according to hydrologists at the U.S. Geological Survey.

USGS
March 22, 1996

Follow the Colorado River Controlled Flood onthe World Wide Web
 

USGS
March 22, 1996

Call the U.S. Geological Survey scientists listed below for information about the water science aspects of the controlled flood experiment in the Colorado River, Mar. 22-April 7, 1996. Mark Anderson is the key information scientist for the USGS on-site, and other scientists are working on-site and are available on a limited basis. Still others will be in the USGS office in Tucson throughout the ex

USGS
March 21, 1996

It’s spring and some people are busy cleaning house and rearranging the furniture.

Spring cleaning and rearranging of a different kind will take place in the Grand Canyon next week, as the Colorado River scours its bed and rearranges sandbars that have built up in the river’s winding channel.