Arizona Geological Survey produce geologic maps and reports to support natural resource use and natural hazard assessment.
Do you have questions about the minerals, rocks, valleys, canyons, mountains, rivers, volcanoes, earthquakes, earth fissures, landslides, or natural hazards of Arizona?
Floods occur in each state and cost upwards of six billion dollars annually, disappearing as suddenly as they appear, leaving destruction and sometimes death in their wake.
Everyone should have an opportunity to learn how we use minerals in our lives and where they come from, what modern mining really is and which professional opportunities it offers. Our outreach programs provide resources and programming for K-12 and college-level groups to discover the exciting world of mineral resources.
Application open through February 10, 2023.
The goal of the Arizona Diamondbacks Science of Baseball is to translate the American love of baseball into an appreciation, understanding, and passion of the science and mathematics underlying the sport.
The Phoenix Zoo has live educational programming, virtual safaris and an abundance of cute photos and videos of animals, behind-the-scenes caretaking by the zoo’s animal keeps, and in-depth stories of the Zoo and their amazing residents.