Eden quarry

past producer of asbestos in Lamoille county, VT

Geologic information

Name of siteEden quarry
Developmentpast producer
Geographic location:-72.547, 44.765
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Fibrous mineralchrysotile
Associated mineralsantigorite
Host rock typesserpentinite, dunite
Geologic map unit-72.547, 44.765
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Reference information

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