DGGS RI 2011-7
Tsunami inundation maps of Whittier and western Passage Canal, Alaska
Authors:Nicolsky, D.J., Suleimani, E.N., Combellick, R.A., and Hansen, R.A.
Publication Date:Dec 2011
Publisher:Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
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Tsunami inundation mapping
Nicolsky, D.J., Suleimani, E.N., Combellick, R.A., and Hansen, R.A., 2011, Tsunami inundation maps of Whittier and western Passage Canal, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Report of Investigation 2011-7, 65 p., 4 sheets, scale 1:14,000. https://doi.org/10.14509/23244
Nicolsky, D.J., Wolken, G.J., Combellick, R.A., and Hansen, E., 2011, APPENDIX B: Potential rockfall-generated tsunami at Whittier, Alaska, p. 57-65.
Nicolsky, D.J., and Suleimani, E.N., 2018, Potential maximum permanent flooding, Whittier, Alaska, 1 sheet, 1:6,500.
Maps & Other Oversized Sheets
- Sheet 1, Maximum computed potential runup by landslide-generated tsunami waves in Passage Canal for scenarios 10–13, scale 1:14,000 (3.4 M)
- Sheet 2, Modeled potential inundation by tectonic and landslide-generated waves for the selected scenarios, scale 1:14,000 (3.4 M)
- Sheet 3, Maximum composite potential inundation due to tectonic and landslide-generated waves for all scenarios shown in figure 21, and the maximum composite flow depths over dry land, scale 1:14,000 (3.4 M)
- Sheet 4, Modeled potential inundation by the rockfall-generated waves, scale 1:14,000 (3.4 M)
Digital Geospatial Data
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