Do you know where your geohazards are?
- Oregon's natural wonders include landslides, flooding, earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes that can affect you and your family. Find out how vulnerable you are to these hazards by trying out a new online map created by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. Oregon HazVu: Statewide Geohazards Viewer shows you 12 geologic hazards and lets you pinpoint your own address and the addresses of schools, hospitals and emergency facilities. news release
Earthquake and tsunami awareness
Oregon coast now fully mapped for tsunami dangers | news releaseFact sheet: Tsunami Inundation and Evacuation Maps for Oregon
Other ways to prepare for an earthquake and tsunami:
Recent DOGAMI publications
-- O-13-23, Silicic Volcanism in the Menagerie Wilderness and Adjacent Regions of the Western Cascades in Oregon. preview/order
-- O-13-05, Landslide inventory, susceptibility maps, and risk analysis for the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon. preview/order
-- O-13-22, Cascadia subduction zone earthquakes: a magnitude 9.0 earthquake scenario, 2013 update, by Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup (CREW)
-- Crater Lake geologic guide and recreation map. preview/order
-- O-13-19, Tsunami inundation scenarios for Oregon. preview/order
-- "Lidar Intensified" 2014 calendar, featuring enhanced lidar-based 3D imagery from around the state, focuses on geological processes and features in Oregon. preview/order
-- O-13-09, Earthquake risk study for Oregon's critical energy infrastructure hub. preview/order
-- O-13-07, Oregon Beach Shoreline Mapping and Analysis Program: Quantifying short- to long-term beach and shoreline changes in the Gold Beach, Nesika Beach, and Netarts littoral cells, Curry and Tillamook Counties, Oregon. preview/order
-- O-13-06, Ground motion, ground deformation, tsunami inundation, coseismic subsidence, and damage potential maps for the 2012 Oregon Resilience Plan for Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquakes. preview/order
Statewide seismic needs assessment
Final results of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries' work on the statewide seismic needs assessment of Oregon education and emergency services buildings, as directed by the 73rd Legislative Assembly (Senate Bill 2, 2005).
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for full calendar.
- Next DOGAMI Governing Board Meeting - TBA
- Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Hearing -
December 5, 10 am
Intended Action: Amend OAR chapter 632, divisions 35 and 37 to Implement HB2248 (2013)
Location: DOGAMI MLRR offices, 229 Broadalbin St. SW, Albany, OR 97321
PDF: Notice, Statement of Need and Fiscal Impact, and Draft Revisions
Updated geothermal web map
Oregon historical mining information available online
Historical mine and commodities records, formerly available to the public at DOGAMI Portland and Grants Pass office reference libraries, are now available as PDF files in the Oregon Historical Mining Information (OHMI) archive. The first part of this ongoing project includes small-dimension maps, letters, news clippings, photographs, and reports. The agency plans to combine OHMI records with the GIS-based Mineral Information Layer for Oregon (MILO).
MILO-2 is a geospatial database that stores and manages information regarding Oregon's mineral occurrences, prospects, and mines. A subset of the data is shown on the interactive map; order the full data set from nature of the Northwest.
American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA): "The Oregon Way"