DGGS MP 157

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Publication Details

  • Title:

    Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos in Alaska
  • Authors:

    Solie, D.N., and Athey, J.E.
  • Publication Date:

    Sep 2015
  • Publisher:

    Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
  • Comments:

    Printed map sheets may be purchased individually for $13.00 per sheet.
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    $275.00
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  • Quadrangle(s):

    Alaska Statewide
  • Keyword(s):

    Alaska Statewide Maps; Asbestos; Construction Materials; Derivative; Engineering Geologic Map; geoscientificInformation; Historic Mine; Mineral Localities; Mineral Prospect; Mountain Leather; Tremolite; Ultramafic

Bibliographic Reference

Solie, D.N., and Athey, J.E., 2015, Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos in Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Miscellaneous Publication 157, 15 p., 21 sheets, scale 1:500,000. http://doi.org/10.14509/29447

Publication Products

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  • ExcelData Table(s)

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    • Sheet 1 Locator index A4: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, northwest Alaska, containing the communities of Point Lay, Point Hope, and Kivalina, scale 1:500,000 (37.0 M)
    • Sheet 2 Locator index A5: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, northern Alaska, containing the communities of Barrow, Deadhorse, and Anaktuvuk, scale 1:500,000 (79.0 M)
    • Sheet 3 Locator index A6: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, northeast Alaska, containing the communities of Kaktovik and Arctic Village, scale 1:500,000 (53.0 M)
    • Sheet 4 Locator index B4: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, containing the communities of Nome, Noatak, Kotzebue, and Shaktoolik, scale 1:500,000 (58.0 M)
    • Sheet 5 Locator index B5: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, north-central Alaska, containing the communities of Ambler, Wiseman, Manley Hot Springs, and Galena, scale 1:500,000 (100.0 M)
    • Sheet 6 Locator index B6: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, interior Alaska, containing the communities of Fairbanks, Fort Yukon, and Eagle, scale 1:500,000 (79.0 M)
    • Sheet 7 Locator index C3: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, St. Lawrence and St. Matthew islands, Alaska, scale 1:500,000 (15.0 M)
    • Sheet 8 Locator index C4: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Kuskokwim Delta area, Alaska, containing the communities of Bethel, Unalakleet, and Aniak, scale 1:500,000 (69.0 M)
    • Sheet 9 Locator index C5: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, central Alaska, containing the communities of Anchorage, McGrath, and Healy, scale 1:500,000 (103.0 M)
    • Sheet 10 Locator index C6: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, east-central Alaska, containing the communities of Valdez, Whittier, Tok, and Glennallen, scale 1:500,000 (100.0 M)
    • Sheet 11 Locator index D3: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Nunivak and Pribilof islands, Alaska, scale 1:500,000 (14.0 M)
    • Sheet 12 Locator index D4: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Bristol and Kuskokwim bay areas, Alaska, containing the communities of Dillingham, Chefornak, and Egegik, scale 1:500,000 (49.0 M)
    • Sheet 13 Locator index D5: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Kodiak Island and Kenai Peninsula areas, Alaska, containing the communities of Homer, Seward, Kodiak, and Naknek, scale 1:500,000 (69.0 M)
    • Sheet 14 Locator index D6: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Prince William Sound, Alaska, containing the communities of Cape Yakataga and Chenega Bay, scale 1:500,000 (23.0 M)
    • Sheet 15 Locator index D7: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Southeast Alaska, containing the communities of Juneau, Haines, Yakutat, and Sitka, scale 1:500,000 (42.0 M)
    • Sheet 16 Locator index D8: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Prince of Wales Island area, Southeast Alaska, containing the communities of Ketchikan, Hydaburg, and Kake, scale 1:500,000 (43.0 M)
    • Sheet 17 Locator index E1: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Attu and Kiska islands area, western Aleutians, Alaska, scale 1:500,000 (13.0 M)
    • Sheet 18 Locator index E2: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Adak and Atka islands area, central Aleutians, Alaska, scale 1:500,000 (14.0 M)
    • Sheet 19 Locator index E3: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Umnak and Unalaska islands area, eastern Aleutians, Alaska, scale 1:500,000 (14.0 M)
    • Sheet 20 Locator index E4: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska, containing the communities of Cold Bay, Akutan, and Sand Point, scale 1:500,000 (24.0 M)
    • Sheet 21 Locator index E5: Preliminary evaluation of bedrock potential for naturally occurring asbestos, Alaska Peninsula and southern Kodiak Island, Alaska, containing the communities of Chignik, Port Heiden, and Old Harbor, scale 1:500,000 (23.0 M)
  • Digital Geospatial DataDigital Geospatial Data

    Naturally occurring asbestos Data File Format File Size Info
    Download NOA-ArcGIS-maps Vector data 119.5 M Metadata - Read me
    Download NOA-shapefiles Shapefile 211.0 M Metadata - Read me

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