Downloads of the 2023 Dynamic Digital Map
of the Springerville Volcanic Field Version 2 (DDM-SVFv2)
Cross-Platform Stand-Alone Programs Made with LiveCode
Christopher D. Condit - Department of Earth, Geographic and Climate Sciences
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
National Science Foundation - Grants NSF-DUE-CCLI-0127331 2002-2006 and NSF-EAR-0949328, 2010-2013, U.S. Geological Survey EdMap 2010-2011.

This page provides links to download the latest (2023-06-07) cross-platform, 64 bit compliant, web enabled versions of the Dynamic Digital Map of the Springerville Volcanic Field, Version 2 (DDM-SVFv2, a third generation descent of the app published by the Geological Society of America (Condit 1995a, 1995b). Dominantly basaltic, and 2.1 to 0.3 million years in age, the field encompasses >3000 sq. km. (1200 sq. mi.), located in east-central Arizona on the southern tip of the Colorado Plateau. Comprised of over 450 cinder cones and associated lava flows, with 501 recognized volcanic units, it typifies distributed volcanism in a continental setting. The DDM displays four thematic geologic maps of the field, 251 images and QuickTime movies (many aerial and from NASA's World Wind satellite), over 640 major and trace element whole-rock chemical analyses, mineral chemistry for 31 units, paleomagnetic polarity data from 248 sites, 40 K-Ar and four Ar40-39 dates, and Sr, Nd and Pb isotopic analyses, all linked to sample sites located on the maps and in some of the photos. The DDM also includes three articles, each with numerous hyperlinks to the maps and images. The first introduces the geology of the field, and the thematic maps and mapping conventions, adapted from the USGS maps MI-1993 (Condit, 1991) and MI-2431 (Condit and others, 1999). The other two are field trip guides. The first, a modified version of the 1989 IAVCEI field trip, concentrates on the petrology of the field; it contains hyperlinks to icons of field trip stops, displayed on the lithologic map. The second, adapted from a 1995 New Mexico Geological Society guidebook (Crumpler and others, 1995) focuses more on the tectonic features of the field. Go here to see what DDMs are and how you can make them; be aware as of this update I need to revise the ddm-template to reflect the changes since the date on the ddm-template webpage.