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Data Series 236
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Seaside, Oregon, Tsunami Pilot Study—Modernization of FEMA Flood Hazard Maps: GIS Data

Maximum Tsunami Wave Heights

A, Far-field inundation model result (one of 14) for Seaside, Oregon, based on a magnitude 9.2 earthquake from the Alaskan-Aleutian subduction zone (Titov and others, 2004). Wave height of the maximum wave ranges from 0.02 to 3.34 meters (mean 0.87 m) in the study area.

maximum tsunami wave height modeled  from a magnitude 9.2 Alaskan-Aleutian earthquake

B, Near-field inundation model result (one of 13) for Seaside, Oregon, based on a magnitude 9.0 earthquake from the Cascadia subduction zone (Titov and others, 2004). Wave height of the maximum wave ranges from 2.5 to 39.3 meters (mean 1.1 m) in the study area.

maximum tsunami wave height modeled  from a magnitude 9 Cascadia earthquake

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