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accurate information. Upon request, we will remove material from public view while we
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The Survey makes no intellectual property claims to the products created by individual
authors in the manuscript collections, except when the author deeded those rights to the
Survey or when those authors were employed by the State of Arizona and created
intellectual products as a function of their official duties. The Survey does maintain
property rights to the physical and digital representations of the works.
The Arizona Geological Survey is not responsible for the accuracy of the records,
information, or opinions that may be contained in the files. The Survey collects, catalogs,
and archives data on mineral properties regardless of its views of the veracity or
accuracy of those data.