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Coastal Hazards

Coastal Hazards

Coastal Hazards

Coastal hazards may be catastrophic such as earthquakes or tsunamis, or chronic, such as coastal erosion, landslides, windthrow and flooding.

Articles & Stories

Floods Floods are a common hazard in Oregon. The damaging effects of a flood can be local or...
When faced with the question of how climate change will affect Oregon wetlands, the current answer...
Coastal erosion is a natural process that continually affects the Oregon coast. Erosion becomes a...
The ocean's energy, aided by tides, rivers, rain, and currents, can transform coastal landscapes...

Maps and Tools

With hundreds of map layers available to draw from, you can use the Oregon Explorer Map Viewer... more

Data Collections

The Oregon Spatial Data Library... more