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Results of Hydrologic Monitoring of a Landslide-Prone Hillslope in Portland's West Hills, Oregon, 2006-2017
The West Hills of Portland, in the southern Tualatin Mountains, trend northwest along the west side of Portland, Oregon. These silt-mantled mountains receive significant wet-season precipitation and are prone to sliding during wet conditions, occasionally resulting in significant property damage or casualties. In an effort to develop a baseline for interpretive analysis of the groundwater response to rainfall, an automated monitoring system was installed in 2006 to measure rainfall, pore-water pressure, soil suction, soil-water potential, and volumetric water content at 15-minute intervals. The data show a cyclical pattern of groundwater and moisture content levels—wet from October to May and dry between June and...
Maps Showing Inundation Depths, Ice-Rafted Erratics, and Sedimentary Facies of Late Pleistocene Missoula Flood in the Willamette Valley, Oregon
This digital dataset, compiled from previously published andunpublished data sources, contains a personal geodatabase andraster data of features related to the repeated inundation of theWillamette Valley and Portland basin by Missoula Flood waters inLate Pleistocene time. The feature classes contained within theWill_Valley geodatabase are called 'erratics', representing thelocations of ice-rafted erratics; 'contours', representinginundation levels associated with stratigraphic evidence ofrepeated floodings; and 'geology', representing the generaldistribution of Missoula Flood deposits. A stand-alone tablewithin the geodatabase contains geologic unit descriptions forthe geology polygons contained in the 'geology'...
This digital dataset was compiled from newly released U.S.Geological Survey 10-meter digital elevation model (DEM) data,along with stream and transportation coverages previouslypublished on the internet. This report consists of a digitalrepresentation of the physiography of the Willamette Valley.Contained in this dataset is: 1) 10-meter DEM data for the entireWillamette Valley; 2) the ARC/INFO grids used to create the colorshaded-relief and gray scale shaded-relief images; 3) thenecessary data ARC/INFO data to used to plot these data; and 4)several reports detailing the data formats (this docuement) andproducers used to create these datasets. The scale of theoriginal 10-meter DEM data should not be violated. Any...