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Oregon Tsunami Mitigation and Mapping Program FY 2006 George R. Priest , Ph.D., CEG Oregon Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries Newport Coastal Field Office george.priest@dogami.state.or.us Jay Wilson Earthquake and Tsunami Program Coordinator Oregon Emergency Management

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oregon tsunami mitigation and mapping program fy 2006
Oregon Tsunami Mitigation and Mapping Program FY 2006

George R. Priest, Ph.D., CEG

Oregon Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries

Newport Coastal Field Office

george.priest@dogami.state.or.us

Jay Wilson

Earthquake and Tsunami Program Coordinator

Oregon Emergency Management

jmwilson@oem.state.or.us

accomplishments
Accomplishments
  • 52 talks
  • 1 Congressional testimony
  • Reprint of 19 evacuation map brochures (205,000)
  • Website improved and updated
  • Inundation and evacuation polygons in Coastal Atlas (http://www.coastalatlas.net/index.asp )
  • Evacuation time map for Seaside
  • Seaside outreach project
  • 100 signs for 6 towns
  • Native American historical marker sign
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Native American

Historical Marker

Lincoln City, Oregon

slide6
Florence inundation map (in press).
    • Discovery of “tsunami shield” effect
  • Reedsport evacuation map
  • Installation of benchmarks - Pacific City.
  • 6 TsunamiReady Communities:
    • Manzanita,
    • Wheeler,
    • Nehalem
    • Lincoln City
    • Rockaway Beach
    • Tillamook County
  • “Neighbor-to-neighbor” at Yachats + drill
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2 “Tsunami Summits”
  • Cannon Beach inundation map
    • TIME compiles digital elevations + bathymetry
    • New Hydrodynamic models developed for tsunami
    • New Cascadia sources
    • 30 inundation simulations
    • Review + simulation of SEATOS source
    • Presentation of sources and initial results to officials
    • Prepare officials for Discovery Channel fallout
    • Concept proposal for Cascadia source workshop
slide9
Consultation on Native American historical marker sign location (tribes, others)
  • Alaska teletsunami documentary:
    • Video equipment purchased
    • Compiling contacts + historical photos
  • OEM hosts GAO visit to 4 communities
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Population Exposure within Tsunami Hazard Zone (source: Nate Wood, USGS)

City

State Park

SB379 Zone:22,200 residents13,853 employees

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Economic Sensitivity within Tsunami Hazard Zone (source: Nate Wood, USGS)

  • Regional Totals
  • In Hazard Zone: 1,674
  • City Totals: 9,180
  • Regional Percentage: 18%
  • Regional Totals
  • In Hazard Zone: 13,853
  • City Totals: 71,135
  • Regional Percentage: 19%
  • Regional Totals
  • In Hazard Zone: $1.8 billion
  • City Totals: $9.5 billion
  • Regional Percentage: 19%
fy 2006 objectives
FY 2006 Objectives
  • Tsunami Inundation Map for Pacific City
  • Evacuation Brochures (2 new; reprinting)
  • Outreach and Education
  • Purchase warning system equipment for local towns (EMWIN, weather radios)
  • Purchase tsunami signs
  • Install Native American Historical Marker Sign
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Seaside outreach project transfer:
    • Distribution of outreach materials
    • CD mailed free (towns and lodging facilities)
    • Meetings, talks,
  • E-mail to all building codes officials a report summarizing tsunami aspects of the Oregon Building Code (SB 379 regulations of DOGAMI).
  • TsunamiReady Support
slide16
Documentation of the 1964 Alaska Tsunami Impacts to the Oregon Coast
    • Inundation data points for field check of simulations
    • First-hand accounts
    • Produce educational video with “lessons learned”
    • Published report
    • FY 06 work:
      • Research tsunami witnesses and historical records
      • Begin interviews with witnesses
      • Compile historical records (photographs, maps, reports, and articles);
      • Create database.
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$274,000

PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE

January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2007