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Posted by A. Ling, 07/31/2015
A public forum on earthquake hazards and preparedness in the Pacific Northwest will be held at Unviersity of Oreogn on August 6 from 7pm to 9pm. The event will be streamed live on the Internet via the UO Channel and you can follow the discussion on Twitter at #TheReallyBigOne.
Posted by A. Ling, 07/28/2015
Author of The New Yorker article "The Really Big One" Kathryn Schulz provides some advice about how best to prepare for the Cascadia earthquake and tsunami, and their aftermath that was missing in the first article. The Seattle Times also provide a great survival guide.
Posted by A. Ling, 07/20/2015
PNSN Outreach and Public Information Director Bill Steele talked about the threats of Cascadia Earthquake to the Pacific Northwest on KING5 New Day Northwest.
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The PNSN reduces risk within the states of Washington and Oregon by
- monitoring ground motions within the region in order to better understand earthquake and volcano hazards and their impacts on the physical, economic, political, and social environment,
- providing the most accurate information about earthquakes and volcanoes as rapidly as possible to public officials, the public, and for education, and
- advocating comprehensive and cost-effective measures for reducing the harmful effects of earthquakes and volcanoes.