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English: Hazard map around the Mount Rainier, state of Washington, United States.
   Lava flow and pyroclastic flows
   Electron Mudflow-sized event (generally large in size)
   National Lahar-sized event (generally moderate in size)
   Lahars not necessarily associated to volcanism (generally small)
   Flooding after lahar event
   Potential area of inundation from failure of Alder Dam
   County boundary
   Mount Rainier National Park boundary
Esperanto: Mapo pri riskoj ĉirkaŭ Monto Rainier, Vaŝingtonio, Usono.
   Lafa fluo kaj piroklastaj fluoj
   Grandskalaj laharoj (tipo "Electron")
   Moderaskalaj laharoj (tipo "National")
   Laharoj ne certe asociitaj al vulkanaĵoj (ĝenerale malgrandskalaj)
   Inundoj post lahara evento
   Eventuala inunda regiono okaze de rompiĝo de Digo Alder
   Kantona limo
   Limo de Nacia Parko Mount Rainier
Français: Carte des risques liés au volcanisme du Mont Rainier, état de Washington, États-Unis.
   Coulées de laves et coulées pyroclastiques
   Lahars de grande taille (Type Electron)
   Lahars de taille moyenne
   Coulées de boues de petite taille (généralement non associées au volcanisme)
   Inondations induites par des lahars
   Zone potentiellement inondable suite à la rupture du barrage Alder
   Limites de comtés
   Limites du parc national du mont Rainier
Date 10 December 2007
Source Own work. Data sources :
  • Background map : NASA Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM3 v.2) (public domain)
  • Hazard data : this map of the USGS (United States Geological Survey).
  • Additional data (rivers, borders, cities) : Demis
  • compass rose from Compass rose pale.svg (opacified) created by Fibonacci under GFDL ; scale from Image:Scale_kilometres_miles_svg.svg by Sémhur under Public Domain.

Softwares used :

  • NASA datas edited with Global Mapper 9 (limited version) by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and 3DEM from Visualization Software LLC
  • Additional data
  • Vectorized with Inkscape
  • The Gimp ;

Others :

  • UTM map projection
  • WGS84 geodetic system
  • shaded relief (composite image of N-W, W and N lightning positions).
Author Sémhur ( talk)

Camera location

46° 51′ 11.16″ N, 121° 45′ 36.00″ W

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