(1)An area determined by the Council to be subject to surface water erosion over the projected life of the facility. In making this determination, the Council shall consider geological evidence of historical erosion, ancient shorelines, stream beds and cutting due to floods as well as impacts from future climate conditions.
(2)The 500-year flood plain of a river, stream or creek, taking into consideration the area the Council determines under section (1) to be potentially subject to erosion within the lifetime of the facility.
(3)A Quaternary-active fault or Quaternary-active fault zone.
(4)An area of ancient, recent, active or potentially active, mass movement or landslide, including the triggering mechanisms such as earthquake shaking.
(5)An area subject to volcanic damage over the past two-million years or that the Council finds to be subject to damage from natural forces of volcanic origin that is sufficient to cause meaningful degradation of facility integrity.
Rule 345-050-0060 — Site Suitability,