Naturally-Occurring Asbestos - Publications & Maps

This page last reviewed July 2, 2008

Publications & Maps


A Naturally-Occuring Deposit of Asbestos Containing Rock

Asbestos Fact Sheets

Compliance Assistance Program

California Geological Survey - Asbestos Reports, Maps, and Guidelines for Geologic Investigations

  • Relative Likelihood for the Presence of Naturally Occuring Asbestos in Eastern Sacramento County, California, Special Report 192
  • Relative Likelihood for the Presence of Naturally Occuring Asbestos in Placer County, California, Special Report 190
  • Preliminary Report on Using Imaging Spectroscopy to Map Ultramafic Rocks, Serpentinites, and Tremolite-Actinolite-Bearing Rocks in California - Geologic Hazards Investigation 2004-01
  • Guidelines for Geologic Investigations of Naturally Occurring Asbestos in California, Special Publication 124
  • A General Location Guide for Ultramafic Rocks in California - Areas Likely to Contain Naturally Occuring Asbestos, 2000, Map scale 1:1,100,000, Open-File Report 2000-19
  • Areas More Likely to Contain Natural Occurrences of Asbestos in Western El Dorado County, California, Open File Report 2000-02
Asbestos-Containing Materials Used on Playgrounds and Other Surfaces
 

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