The Washington State Geological Survey (a.k.a DGER) has several tools to help Washington residents prepare for landslide season in the Northwest:
Our landslide fact sheet (http://www.dnr.wa.gov/Publications/ger_fs1_landslides.pdf), alerts readers to the warning signs of landslides and to what help is available if you are impacted. Our interactive landslide map on the Geologic Information Portal (https://fortress.wa.gov/dnr/geology/?Theme=landslides) can help you locate landslides that have previously occurred, and our landslide hazard map (https://fortress.wa.gov/dnr/landslidewarning/) can help you determine the current landslide risk on a county-wide basis.
See a landslide? Want to report it? Visit DNR’s Report a Landslide page to report landslides big and small.
We use your information to develop better hazard maps and to further our understanding of landslide behavior in Washington State.
Stay connected with more DNR Division of Geology Earth Resources news on the new Washington State Geology News blog.
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