DOC Maps: Geologic Hazards
The California Geological Survey, a division within the California Department of Conservation, provides data and analysis of California's seismic and geologic hazards. These hazards include earth shaking (strong motion), fault ruptures, landslides, liquefaction, and tsunamis as well as mineral hazards such as radon, mercury, and asbestos.
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Geologic Hazards Data & MapsNotes:
- [AGOL] indicates that the Department of Conservation's official ArcGIS Online account hosts the data using cloud-based services.