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Lidar Data Publications
Lidar data provide a three-dimensional map of the land surface, buildings, and vegetation that has unprecedented detail and accuracy. The Lidar Data Quadrangle publication series will eventually provide complete lidar data for most of the inhabited areas of the state.

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Recent Releases
 

Lidar Explored 2015 Calendar, 28 p., 11 x 8.5 inches | preview/order

Open-File Reports O-14-03 through 0-14-08, Tsunami digital point data for vorticity, minimum flow depth, and momentum flux for Oregon, by George R. Priest, Joseph Y. Zhang, Kelin Wang, Chris Goldfinger, and Laura L. Stimely. These publications are part of a data series for the entire Oregon coast.

  • O-14-03, South Coast Project Area, Curry County | preview/order
  • O-14-04, Bandon Project Area, Coos and Curry Counties | preview/order
  • O-14-05, Coos Bay Project Area, Coos County | preview/order
  • O-14-06, Central Coast Project Area, Coos, Douglas, Lane, and Lincoln Counties | preview/order
  • O-14-07, illamook Project Area, Tillamook County | preview/order
  • O-14-08, Clatsop Project Area, Clatsop County | preview/order

Open-File Report O-14-02, Evaluation of erosion hazard zones for the dune-backed beaches of Tillamook County, Oregon | preview/order

Oregon Geology, vol. 70, no 1 (Summer 2014) | all past issues of Oregon Geology and Ore Bin

DOGAMI Geologic guide and recreation maps mobile-enabled | maps

Open-File Report O-14-01, Geologic map of the southern Oregon coast between Port Orford and Bandon, Curry and Coos counties, Oregon | preview/order

Statewide Landslide Information Layer for Oregon, release 3 (SLIDO-3.0) | preview/order | online map

Tsunami Inundation Maps/Brochures (free PDFs)

Tsunami Inundation Maps (TIM Series)

Series overview, preview maps, order maps

 


"Oregon: A Geologic History"
The Oregon Sesquicentennial Geologic Map: 150 Years of Statehood, 150 Million Years in the Making!
The spectacular landscape of today's Oregon was shaped over millions of years by fire and flood, earthquakes and eruptions, and the movement of oceans and continents on a huge scale.

Oregon: A Geologic History (Interpretive Map 28) was created for anyone who is curious about our State’s remarkable geology. On this huge 4 foot by 5 foot full color map, a timeline outlines important events in Oregon’s (and the earth’s) geologic history. Each rock layer has its own story and you can find out where to go to see the rocks for yourself. World class geologic events are highlighted, and there are plenty of factoids to keep you intrigued to learn more.

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The department releases the results of its geologic studies in a variety of ways including CD-ROM disks, computer files, and publications such as maps, books, open-file reports, special papers and brochures. These materials are made available to the public at the Nature of the Northwest Information Center at the State Office Building in Portland. Printed publication lists are available upon request.
 
 
Want to order a publication online? Follow these instructions:
 

 
  1. Go to www.naturenw.org.
  2. Under the "Store" heading, select "Maps & Reports".
  3. In the map search box, type in the publication number (for example, IMS-1 or GQ-1744) and click GO.
  4. Select a quantity. Click "Add to Cart". Follow the instructions, and an encrypted email order will be sent to NNW.
Please add $4.00 for shipping to US addresses. Contact NNW for charges to foreign addresses.

We recommend calling NNW for personal assistance since they may be able to better pinpoint the publications you are looking for . You can also visit Nature of the Northwest:

Nature of the Northwest
800 NE Oregon Street, Suite 965
Portland, OR 97232
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-12:30pm and 1-4pm (closed Federal holidays and State furlough and vacation days)
phone: (971) 673-2331 • fax (971) 673-1562
email: info@naturenw.org
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The Nature of the Northwest Information Center is operated by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.