New Washington lidar data and screensaver images!

New lidar data The Washington Geological Survey (WGS) has just released new lidar data for several areas in Washington. Since 2016 we have been involved in collecting over 6,400 square miles of lidar and have added many additional lidar datasets from our partners for public use. Lidar is a technology that uses light pulses to collect elevation […]

November Geology Image of the Month-Dabob Bay Outcrop

Trevor Contreras, Washington Geological Survey mapping geologist, has made a rockin’ discovery, and we are profiling it for November’s Geology Image of the Month! He explains, “While mapping the Seabeck quadrangle (see context map) in October we found faulted and folded sediments on the east shore of Dabob Bay.  The sediment is thought to be […]