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.
Posted by A. Ling, 07/14/2015
Do you have any questions about Cascadia earthquake after reading the The New Yorker's article? You can find your answer on Reddit “Ask Me Anything” about Seattle earthquake risk and preparedness and KIRO7 Facebook post.
Posted by A. Ling, 07/13/2015
An article about the Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami from The New Yorker.
Posted by A. Ling, 04/28/2015
The Seattle Times and UW News have a report on University of Washington Earth and Space Sciences professor Heidi Houston’s research on slow-slip quakes in the Pacific Northwest. The study shows that the gravitational pull of the sun and the moon affect the Cascadia Fault a few days after it has started slipping.
Posted by A. Ling, 02/12/2015
ShakeAlert, the Pacific Northwest region's Earthquake Early Warning System, has begun testing by selected users. These videos show the example simulations of a M8.0 Cascadia offshore earthquake and the 2001 M6.8 Nisqually earthquake on PNW ShakeAlert User Display.
Posted by S. Malone, 02/11/2015
The Seattle Times has a report on PNW Earthquake Early Warning's first test.
Posted by A. Ling, 02/11/2015
UW News: The first early earthquake warning system for the region has begun testing with a small group of users at businesses and public agencies.