Two new DGER publications released

We’re pleased to announce the release of two new publications!

Tsunami Hazard Map of Everett, Washington: Model Results for Magnitude 7.3 and 6.7 Seattle Fault Earthquakes

by
T. J. Walsh, Diego Arcas, V. V. Titov, and C. C. Chamberlin

Modeled tsunami inundation for the Everett area using a 7.3Mw Seattle fault earthquake scenario
Modeled tsunami inundation for the Everett area using a 7.3Mw Seattle fault earthquake scenario

Summary:  This 50 x 36 in. color sheet provides inputs and results for modeled tsunami inundation in the Everett area resulting from 7.3 and 6.7 Magnitude earthquake scenarios on the Seattle fault.

 


Models of Bedrock Elevation and Unconsolidated Sediment Thickness in the Puget Lowland, Washington

by
D.W. Eungard

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Click the image above to open the interactive 3D PDF. You will need a smidgen of patience, as this model will take a few moments to load.

Summary:  Well data, geologic mapping, cross sections, seismic lines, and other data  were incorporated into new digital and 3D models of the Puget Lowland that depict both bedrock elevation and unconsolidated sediment thickness. The 20-page report is accompanied by two oversized plates at 1:475,000-scale as well as an interactive 3D model in PDF format.