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Tsunami Source Data Catalog

The listed tsunami source earthquake and landslide models are developed for hazard assessments of at-risk coastal communities throughout Alaska and indexed by the community names and the publications in which they are utilized.

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Publication Community Name(s) Scenario Number/Model Name Case ID
RI 2010-1 Seward, Resurrection Bay Scenario 1: Repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 195
RI 2010-1 Seward, Resurrection Bay Scenario 2: Modified 1964 event: Prince William Sound asperity of the SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009) 197
RI 2010-1 Seward, Resurrection Bay Scenario 3: Rupture of the Kodiak Island asperity of the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 196
RI 2010-1 Seward, Resurrection Bay Scenario 4: Rupture of the Pamplona zone between the Yakutat block and North American Plate (hypothetical event) 131
RI 2010-1 Seward, Resurrection Bay Scenario 5: Three major underwater slide complexes of the 1964 earthquake - Seward downtown slide, Lowell Point slide, and Fourth of July slide
RI 2010-1 Seward, Resurrection Bay Scenario 6: Simultaneous underwater slope failures at four locations where sediment accumulated since 1964
RI 2010-1 Seward, Resurrection Bay Scenario 7: Simultaneous underwater slope failures at four locations where sediment accumulated since 1964, with added sediment volumes
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 1: Repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 408
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 2: Repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009) 409
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 3: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 411
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 4: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 465
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 5: Earthquake in the Cascadia subduction zone along the British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and northern California shore (Geological Survey of Canada, K. Wang, written commun., 2010) 458
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 6: Rupture of the Prince William Sound asperity of the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 416
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 7: Rupture of the Kodiak Island asperity of the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 414
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 8: Rupture of the Prince William Sound asperity of the SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009) 413
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 9: Rupture of the Kodiak Island asperity of the SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009) 412
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 10: Repeat of the 1964 event: Major underwater slide complexes of the 1964 earthquake--Harbor, Airport, and Glacier (HAG) landslides
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 11: Major underwater slide complex offshore of the northern shore of Passage Canal (hypothetical event)
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 12: Major underwater slide complex offshore of the Billings Creek delta (hypothetical event)
RI 2011-7 Whittier, Passage Canal Scenario 13: Simultaneous failure of underwater slide complexes described by scenarios 10-12 (hypothetical event)
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 1: Repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 836
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 2: Repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009) 826
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 3: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 840
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 4: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 829
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 5: Rupture of the Yakutat-Yakataga segment of the Aleutian megathrust (hypothetical event) 839
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 6: Earthquake in the Cascadia subduction zone along the British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and northern California shore (Geological Survey of Canada, K. Wang, written commun., 2010) 833
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 7: Rupture of the Prince William Sound asperity of the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 834
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 8: Rupture of the Kodiak Island asperity of the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 841
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 9: Rupture of the Prince William Sound asperity of the SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009) 831
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 10: Rupture of the Kodiak Island asperity of the SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009) 828
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 11: Modified multi-segment event: Rupture of the Prince William Sound and Yakutat-Yakataga segments of the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 838
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 12: Modified multi-segment event: Rupture of the Prince William Sound and Yakutat-Yakataga segments of the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 837
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 13: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 17-30 km, uniform slip along strike (hypothetical event) 995
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 14: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 13-28 km, variable slip along strike (hypothetical event) 996
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 15: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 12-29 km, variable slip along strike (hypothetical event) 997
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 16: Repeat of the 1964-type event: An underwater slide at the head of Port Valdez - HPV slide
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 17: Repeat of the 1964-type event: An underwater slide at Shoup Bay moraine - SBM slide
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 18: Underwater slide offshore of Mineral Creek - MC slide (hypothetical event)
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 19: Underwater slide offshore of Gold Creek - GC slide (hypothetical event)
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 20: Underwater slide offshore of Lowe River - LR slide (hypothetical event)
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 21: Underwater slide at Shoup Bay moraine - SBM residual slide (hypothetical event)
RI 2013-1 Valdez Scenario 22: Simultaneous failure of Mineral Creek, Gold Creek, Lowe River, Shoup Bay moraine underwater slides (hypothetical event)
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 1: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 991
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 2: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 905
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 3: Multi-segment JDM event: The PWS and KP segments of the 1964 rupture, and the YY segment (hypothetical event) 847
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 4: Multi-segment SDM event: The PWS and KP segments of the 1964 rupture, and the YY segment (hypothetical event) 906
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 5: Multi-segment event: the Tohoku-type rupture of the PWS, KP and KI segments (hypothetical event) 988
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 6: The SAFRR tsunami scenario (SEM and SH segments) (hypothetical event) 852
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 7: Rupture in the Eastern Aleutians, from Semidi Islands to Fox Islands (SEM, SH, UN and FOX segments) (hypothetical event) 984
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 8: Earthquake in the Cascadia subduction zone along the British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and northern California shore (Geological Survey of Canada, K. Wang, written commun., 2010) 846
RI 2013-3 Sitka Scenario 9: Mw8.2 thrust earthquake in the Haida Gwaii area (hypothetical event) 985
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 1: Repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 1034
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 2: Repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 1035
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 3: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 1038
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 4: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 1039
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 5: Rupture of the Yakutat-Yakataga segment of the Aleutian megathrust (hypothetical event) 1040
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 6: Earthquake in the Cascadia subduction zone along the British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and northern California shore (Geological Survey of Canada, K. Wang, written commun., 2010) 1041
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 7: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region, based on case A of the slip distribution: 4-18 km depth, uniform slip along strike (hypothetical event) 1045
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 8: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region, based on case C of the slip distribution: 12-30 km depth, uniform slip along strike (hypothetical event) 1047
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 9: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region, based on case D of the slip distribution: 4-18 km depth, variable slip along strike (hypothetical event) 1044
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 10: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region, based on case F of the slip distribution: 12-30 km depth, variable slip along strike (hypothetical event) 1046
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 11: Mw9.0 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 4-18 km depth, uniform slip along strike 1050
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 12: Mw9.0 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 4-18 km depth, variable slip along strike 1051
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 13: Mw8.8 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 12-28 km to 17-30 km depth, uniform slip along strike 1048
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 14: Malaspina-Pamplona system (Elliott, 2011) 1042
RI 2014-1 Cordova, Tatitlek Scenario 15: Yakataga-Chaix Hills system (Elliott, 2011) 1043
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 1: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, JDM (Johnson et al., 1996) 1369
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 2: Multi-segment event based on the repeat of the 1964 Great Alaska earthquake, SDM (Suito and Freymueller, 2009, in review) 1370
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 3: Multi-segment event: the Tohoku-type rupture of the PWS, KP and KI segments (hypothetical event) 1363
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 4: Multi-segment event: the Tohoku-type rupture of the PWS, KP, KI, and YY segments (hypothetical event) 1371
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 5: Mw9.0 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 4-18 km depth, uniform slip along strike 1368
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 6: Mw9.0 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska region: 4-18 km depth, variable slip along strike 1367
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 7: The SAFRR tsunami scenario (SEM and SH segments) (hypothetical event) 1364
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 8: The Otmeloi fault rupture (hypothetical event) 1313
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 9: The Yakutat fault rupture (hypothetical event) 1321
RI 2016-2 Yakutat Scenario 10: A model of the 1899 Yakutat Bay earthquake (Plafker, 2008) 1316
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