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Title
IMS-55 Landslide inventory maps of the southern half of the Pittsburg quadrangle, Columbia County, Oregon. Scale 1:8,000. PDF plate size: 36 x 42 inches.
IMS-54 Landslide inventory maps of the northern half of the Vernonia quadrangle, Columbia County, Oregon. Scale 1:8,000. PDF plate size: 36 x 42 inches.
IMS-53 Inventory of landslide deposits from light detection and ranging (lidar) imagery of the Portland metropolitan region, Oregon and Washington. Scale 1:63,360. PDF plate size: 54 x 43 inches.
IMS-37 through
IMS-52
Landslide inventory maps for 7.5' quadrangles. Each publication contains four quarter quadrangles that comprise the quadrangle, a geodatabase, metadata for the GIS files, readme.txt file, DOGAMI Special Paper 42 publication, and two landslide factsheets. Scale 1:8,000. Plate size 36 x 42 inches. Click on links below to see preview pages.
IMS-36

IMS-33Missoula floods - inundation extent and primary flood features in the Portland metropolitan area, Clark, Cowlitz, and Skamania Counties, Washington, and Clackamas, Columbia, Marion, Multnomah, Washington, and Yamhill Counties, Oregon, scale: 1:8,200 feet (1:1.553 miles).

preview plate

IMS-35

IMS-33Landslide inventory maps of the Linnton quadrangle, Multnomah and Washington Counties, Oregon, scale: quarter-quadrangle plates: 1:8,000; overview plate: 1:16,000.

preview plates

IMS-34 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin; SP-42 is included with the IMS-33 publication.

IMS-34

IMS-33Landslide inventory maps of the Beaverton quadrangle, Washington County, Oregon, scale: quarter-quadrangle plates: 1:8,000; overview plate: 1:16,000.

preview plates

IMS-34 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin; SP-42 is included with the IMS-33 publication.

IMS-33

IMS-33Landslide inventory maps for the Portland quadrangle, Clatsop County, Oregon, scale: Plates 1-4: 1:8,000; Plate 5: 1:16,000.

preview plates

IMS-33 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin; SP-42 is included with the IMS-33 publication.

IMS-32

IMS-32Landslide inventory maps for the Lake Oswego quadrangle, Clatsop County, Oregon, scale: Plates 1-4: 1:8,000; Plate 5: 1:16,000.

preview plates

IMS-32 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin; SP-42 is included with the IMS-32 publication.

IMS-31

IMS-31Landslide inventory maps for the Astoria quadrangle, Clatsop County, Oregon, scale: 1:8,000.

preview plates

IMS-31 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin; SP-42 is included with the IMS-31 publication.

IMS-30

IMS-30Landslide inventory maps for the Oregon City quadrangle, Clackamas County, Oregon, scale: 1:8,000.

preview plates

IMS-30 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin; SP-42 is included with the IMS-30 publication.

IMS-29

IMS-29Landslide inventory maps for the Canby quadrangle, Clackamas, Marion, and Washington Counties, Oregon, scale: 1:8,000.

preview plates

IMS-29 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin; SP-42 is included with the IMS-29 publication.

IMS-28

IMS-28Oregon: A Geologic History, by Ian P. Madin, 2009, 50- by 58-inch poster, scale: 1:633,600.

companion web page | 72-dpi PDF (40 MB)

IMS-27

IMS-27Landslide inventory map of the southwest quarter of the Beaverton quadrangle, Washington County, Oregon, by William J. Burns, 2009, scale: 1:8,000.

IMS-27 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin>

IMS-26

IMS-26Landslide inventory map of the northwest quarter of the Oregon City quadrangle, Clackamas County, Oregon by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin, 2009, scale 1:8,000.

IMS-26 mapped using Special Paper 42, Protocol for Inventory Mapping of Landslide Deposits from Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) Imagery, by William J. Burns and Ian P. Madin

IMS-25 IMS-25Tsunami hazard map of the Florence-Siuslaw River area, Lane county, Oregon, by G. R. Priest, A. Chawla, and J. C. Allan, 2007, 42 p., 1 map plate 1:20,000, GIS data.
IMS-24 IMS-24Geologic hazards, earthquake and landslide hazard maps, and future earthquake damage estimates for six counties in the mid/southern Willamette valley including Yamhill, Marion, Polk, Benton, Linn, and Lane counties, and the City of Albany, Oregon
IMS-23 IMS-23Tsunami hazard map of the Alsea Bay (Waldport) area, Lincoln county, Oregon, by G. R. Priest, A. Chawla, and J. C. Allan, 2003, 27 p., 1:24,000.
IMS-22

IMS-22GIS overview map of potential rapidly moving landslide hazards in western Oregon, by R. J. Hofmeister, D.J. Miller, K. A. Mills, J. C. Hinkle and A. E. Beier, 2002.

Full publication includes short explanatory text and GIS files for landslides hazards in Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Coos, Curry, Douglas, Hood River, Jackson, Josephine, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill counties.

web page

IMS-21 IMS-21Tsunami hazard map of the Coos Bay area, Coos county, Oregon, by G.R. Priest, J.C. Allen, E. Myers, A. Baptista, and R.A. Kamphaus, 2002, 1 CD, 1:48,000. Superseded by TIM-Coos-05 (2012).
IMS-20 IMS-20Relative Earthquake hazards maps of ground motion amplification, liquefaction, and slope instability in Klamath county, Oregon, by Z. Wang, and Y. Wang, 2002.
IMS-19 IMS-19Relative earthquake hazard map of the Klamath Falls metropolitan area, Klamath county, Oregon, by G. Black, Z. Wang, T. Wiley, and G. R. Priest, 2000, 17 p., 1:24,000.
IMS-18 IMS-18Earthquake-induced slope instability: Relative hazard map, Eastern portion of the Eola Hills, Polk county, Oregon, by R.J. Hofmeister and Y. Wang, 2000, 1:24,000.
IMS-17 IMS-17Earthquake-induced slope instability: Relative hazard map, Western portion of the Salem Hills, Marion County, Oregon, by R.J. Hofmeister, Y. Wang, and D.K. Keefer, 2000, 1:24,000.
IMS-16

IMS-16Earthquake scenario and probabilistic ground shaking maps for the Portland, Oregon., metropolitan area, by I. Wong, W. Silva, J. Bott, D. Wright, P. Thomas, N. Gregor, S. Li, M. Mabey, A. Sojouner, and Y. Wang, 2000, 11 maps, 1:62,500.

explanatory text

Maps (pdf format):
Sheet 1 - Earthquake scenario ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, Portland Hills fault M 6.8 earthquake, 0.2 sec spectral acceleration at the ground surface (m68_5hz)
Sheet 2 - Earthquake scenario ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, Portland Hills fault M 6.8 earthquake, 1.0 sec spectral acceleration at the ground surface (m68_1hz)
Sheet 3 - Earthquake scenario ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, Cascadia subduction zone M 9.0 earthquake, peak horizontal acceleration at the ground surface (m90_pga)
Sheet 4 - Earthquake scenario ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, Cascadia subduction zone M 9.0 earthquake, 0.2 sec horizontal spectral acceleration at the ground surface (m90_5hz)
Sheet 5 - Earthquake scenario ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, Cascadia subduction zone M 9.0 earthquake, 1.0 sec horizontal spectral acceleration at the ground surface (m90_1hz)
Sheet 6 - Probabilistic earthquake ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, 10% probability of exceedance in 50 years, peak horizontal acceleration at the ground surface (500yrs_pga)
Sheet 7 - Probabilistic earthquake ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, 10% probability of exceedance in 50 years, 0.2 sec horizontal spectral acceleration at the ground surface (500yrs_5hz)
Sheet 8 - Probabilistic earthquake ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, 10% probability of exceedance in 50 years, 1.0 sec horizontal spectral acceleration at the ground surface (500yrs_5hz)
Sheet 9 - Probabilistic earthquake ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, 2% probability of exceedance in 50 years, peak horizontal acceleration at the ground surface (2500yrs_pga)
Sheet 10 - Probabilistic earthquake ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, 2% probability of exceedance in 50 years, 0.2 sec horizontal spectral acceleration at the ground surface (2500yrs_5hz)
Sheet 11 - Probabilistic earthquake ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, 2% probability of exceedance in 50 years, 1.0 sec horizontal spectral acceleration at the ground surface (2500yrs_1hz)

IMS-15

IMS-15Earthquake scenario ground shaking map for the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area: Portland Hills Fault M 6.8 earthquake, Peak horizontal acceleration (g) at the ground surface, by I. Wong, W. Silva, J. Bott, D. Wright, P. Thomas, N. Gregor, S. Li, M. Mabey, A. Sojouner, and Y. Wang, 2000, 1 map, 1:62,500.

map (pdf)

IMS-14

IMS-14Relative earthquake hazard map of the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area, Lane county, Oregon, by G. Black, Z. Wang, T. Wiley, Y. Wang, and D. Keefer, 2000, 16 p. text, 1:48,000.

readme.txt (accompanies CD-ROM version of publication)
metadata text ( html | text )
explanatory text (pdf)

ArcView GIS files (zipped)
MapInfo GIS files (zipped)

IMS-13 IMS-13Tsunami hazard map of Gold Beach area, Curry county, Oregon, by G.R. Priest, E. Myers, A. Baptista, and R.A. Kamphaus, 2000, 3 p., 1:12,000.
IMS-12 IMS-12Tsunami hazard map of Warrenton area, Clatsop county, Oregon, by G. Priest, E. Myers, A. Baptista, G. Erdakos, and R. Kamphaus, 1999, 5 p., 1:24,000.
IMS-11 IMS-11Tsunami hazard map of Astoria area, Clatsop county., Oregon, by G. Priest, E. Myers, A. Baptista, G. Erdakos, and R. Kamphaus, 1999, 4 p., 1:24,000.
IMS-10

Relative earthquake hazard maps for selected urban areas in western Oregon, by I. P. Madin and Z. Wang, 1999, 4 p., 1:24,000.

readme.txt (accompanies CD-ROM version of publication)
metadata.txt
explanatory text (pdf)

Maps (jpg format):
Astoria-Warrenton:
Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Brookings: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Coquille: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Florence-Dunes City: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Lincoln City: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Newport: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Reedsport- Winchester Bay: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Seaside-Gearhart-Cannon Beach: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Tillamook: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard

ArcView GIS files (zipped)
MapInfo GIS files (zipped)

IMS-9

Relative earthquake hazard maps for selected urban areas in western Oregon, by I. P. Madin and Z. Wang, 2000, 1:24,000.

readme.txt (accompanies CD-ROM version of publication)
metadata.txt
explanatory text ( pdf | text )

Maps (jpg format):
Ashland:
Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Cottage Grove:
Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Grants Pass: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Roseburg: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Sutherlin-Oakland: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard

ArcView GIS files (zipped)
MapInfo GIS files (zipped)

IMS-8

Relative earthquake hazard maps for selected urban areas in western Oregon, by I. P. Madin and Z. Wang, 2000, 1:24,000.

readme.txt (accompanies CD-ROM version of publication)
metadata text ( html | text )
explanatory text ( pdf | text )

Maps (jpg format)
Canby-Barlow-Aurora
: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Lebanon: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Silverton-Mt. Angel: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Stayton-Sublimity-Aumsville: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Sweet Home: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Woodburn-Hubbard: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard

ArcView GIS files (zipped)
MapInfo GIS files (zipped)

IMS-7

IMS-7IMS-7Relative earthquake hazard maps for selected urban areas in western Oregon, by I. P. Madin and Z. Wang, 2000, 1:24,000:

readme.txt (accompanies CD-ROM version of publication)
metadata text ( html | text )
explanatory text ( pdf | text )

Maps (jpg format):
Sheet 1 -- (all links below are to jpg files)
Dallas: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
McMinnville-Dayton-Lafayette: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Newberg-Dundee: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Sheridan-Willamina: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard

Sheet 2 -- (all links below are to jpg files)
Hood River: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Monmouth-Independence: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Saint Helens-Columbia City-Scappoose: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard
Sandy: Amplification, Liquefaction, Landslide, Relative Hazard

ArcView GIS files (zipped)
MapInfo GIS files (zipped)

IMS-6 IMS-6Water-induced landslide hazards, western portion of the Salem Hills, Marion county, Oregon, by A. Harvey and G. Peterson, 1998, 1:24,000.
IMS-5 IMS-5Water-induced landslide hazards, eastern portion of the Eola Hills, Polk county, Oregon, by A. Harvey and G. Peterson, 2000, 1:24,000.
IMS-4 IMS-4Map showing faults, bedrock geology, and sediment thickness of western half of the Oregon City 1:100,000 quadrangle, Washington, Multnomah, Clackamas and Marion counties, Oregon, by S. Burns, L. Growney, B. Brodersen, R. Yeats, and T. Popowski, 1998, 1:100,000.
IMS-3 Tsunami hazard map of Seaside-Gearhart area, Clatsop county, Oregon, by G. Priest, E. Myers, A. Baptista, R. Kamphaus, B. Fiedorowicz, C. Peterson, and T. Horning, 1997, 1:12,000.
IMS-2 IMS-2 mapTsunami hazard map of Yaquina Bay area, Lincoln County, Oregon, by G. Priest, E. Myers, A. Baptista, R. Kamphaus, C. Peterson, and M. Darienzo, 1997, 1:12,000.
IMS-1 IMS-1 mapRelative earthquake hazard map of the Portland metro region, Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties, Oregon, by M. Mabey, G. Black, I. P. Madin, D. Meier, T. L. Youd, & C. Jones, and B. Rice, 1997, 1:62,500.
Index of relative earthquake hazards maps by community.
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