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Federal Emergency
Management Agency

Funding for this site was provided by a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Washington State Department of Ecology
This project was carried out by the Shorelands and Environmental Assistance Program of the Washington Department of Ecology .
 


This site is owned and operated by the state of Washington and is protected by copyright and trademark laws. You may download, post or print material from this site for educational and government purposes, provided the copyright notice is retained. Any feedback you provide at this site shall be deemed non-confidential. The state of Washington is free to use such information on an unrestricted basis.
 

Questions or comments about this site?
Contact Hugh Shipman at the Department of Ecology.
 

The site team
Hugh Shipman oversaw the project, provided geologic review, and supplied text, photos, and diagrams. Cinde Donoghue prepared and created the atlas of slope maps. Tammy Pelletier designed and built the site.

Photographers
Wolf Bauer, Hugh Shipman, Vaughn Jackman and others with the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Reviewers
Helpful review by Wendy Gerstel, Jerry LaVassar, Joan Velikanje, and Brian Lynn greatly improved the site.

Other contributors
Greg Pelletier contributed GIS assistance. Ann Briggs of the Washington State Department of Transportation provided landslide and transportation updates for the Olympic Region.
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