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DOGAMI's interactive maps, GIS data, and map services help Oregonians better understand our state's geology and geologic hazards.
HazVu, Oregon Statewide Geohazards Viewer shows landslide, flood, tsunami, coastal erosion, earthquake shaking, fault, and volcano geohazards.
SLIDO, Statewide Landslide Information Database for Oregon, shows landslides that have been identified on published maps.
Tsunami Evacuation Zones shows tsunami evacuation zones along the Oregon coast.
Lidar Data Viewer shows shaded relief imagery for Oregon.
Geologic Map of Oregon shows the incredible variety of rock types that make up our state.
MILO, Mineral Information Layer for Oregon, shows information regarding mineral occurrences, prospects, and mines.
GTILO, Geothermal Information Layer for Oregon,
shows features of thermal springs and wells and direct-use areas.
Permit Viewer shows mine site locations and information, including downloadable permit files.
Mount Hood Multihazard Viewer shows the intersection of geologic hazards and community assets.
DOGAMI interactive maps provide general information about Oregon's geology and geologic hazards and are not intended to be used for site-specific planning or to replace site-specific investigations.
Geospatial data for download and web map services maintained by DOGAMI. Specialty software is needed to download data and use map services.
Radon_Potential_in_Oregon.gdb (as part of publication bundle)
Oregon Geologic Data Compilation (OGDC v7)
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