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Slope Stability Maps - Coastal Zone Atlas Jefferson County

Coastal Zone Atlas of Washington, Volume 11, 1979 (Jefferson County)
Map instructions

Click on red markers to view relative slope maps.

Slope maps are large files (230K) and may take time to open.

Scroll top and bottom or side to side to find desired location.

See legend to interpret maps.
Slope Stability Maps: Uses and Limitations
These maps are intended to educate the public about Washington's shoreline and to guide regional land use decisions. These maps should not be used as a substitute for site-specific investigations carried out by qualified geologists and engineers. For additional information, contact the Shorelands and Environmental Assistance Program, Washington State Department of Ecology.
Designations, delineations, and boundaries were based on the best judgement of geologists and their depiction on the maps reflects the mapping and cartographic methods applied at the time. Due to either lack of geological evidence or to cartographic limitations, some unstable areas may not be fully identified on these maps. The Department of Ecology can make no warranty of the accuracy, completeness, or fitness for use of this information.

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