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CitationConway, F.M., 2017, Landslides in Arizona: Just the facts. Arizona Geological Survey Fact Sheet, 2 p.
DescriptionLandslides hazards are common in mountainous areas of the Southwest and include fast-moving debris flows, large slow moving landslides, and other ground- failure related hazards. In Arizona, historical landslides number in the hundreds and have caused tens of millions of dollars of damage to infrastructure and property. Evidence of past landslides exist in all 15 Arizona counties and in, or adjacent to, large metropolitan centers, such as Flagstaff, Phoenix, Tucson, Prescott, and elsewhere
Series/Report no.Landslides in Arizona: Just the facts
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North Bounding Coordinate36.9232
South Bounding Coordinate31.2876
West Bounding Coordinate-114.759
East Bounding Coordinate-108.958
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