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1. Digital Geologic Map of Monterey County, California, 1934-2001

1934. Rosenberg, Lewis I. This poygon shapefile contains a geologic model of Monterey County, California. For geologic and seismic hazard evaluation, the most important fact... Monterey County (Calif.). Planning Department.

2. Estimated 1997 Soil Profile Types of Monterey County, California

1974. Rosenberg, Lewis I. This polygon shapefile contians classifies bedrock and surficial geologic units into soil profile types delineated in table 16-J of the 1997 Unifor... Monterey County (Calif.). Planning Department.

3. Mineral Resource Zones of Monterey County, California, 1999

1999. Rosenberg, Lewis I. This polygon shapefile contains the distribution of Mineral Resource Zones for Monterey County, California. Construction minerals such as sand, gra... Monterey County (Calif.). Planning Department.

4. Potential Aquifer Recharge Areas: Monterey County, California, 2001

2001. Feeney, Martin B. and Rosenberg, Lewis I. This polygon shapefile contains areas for potential recharge of high to moderate infiltration capacity and low to moderate water holding capacity s... Monterey County (Calif.). Planning Department.

5. Relative Liquefaction Susceptibility of Monterey County, California, 2001

2001. Rosenberg, Lewis I. This polygon shapefile contains areas of relative liquefaction suceptability in Monterey County, California. A common type of ground failure associ... Monterey County (Calif.). Planning Department.

6. Relative Seismic Shaking Hazards of Monterey County, California, 1999

1999. Rosenberg, Lewis I. This polygon shapefile depicts the seismic shaking level (peak ground acceleration) with a 10% probability of being exceeded in 50 years for Monter... Monterey County (Calif.). Planning Department.