HAZUS User Groups Success Story: ORHUG, Geologic Hazards and Future Earthquake Damage and Loss Estimates for Six Counties In the Mid/Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon

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Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Studies (DOGAMI) partnered with Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) and the Oregon Natural Hazards Workgroup (ONHW) at the University of Oregon to assist local communities with their Pre-Disaster Mitigation plans. As of April 2006, 18 of Oregon's 36 counties have FEMA-approved natural hazard mitigation plans. The goal of the DOGAMI-ONHW-OEM partnership is to assist all remaining counties in the state to develop plans by 2010 utilizing this approach.
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