Upcoming Public Talks
November 15, Bend, “Planning for the Big One: Disaster Preparedness for Providers by Providers”
November 19, Portland, OR: Cascadia Great Earthquakes: Riddle of the Sands. OMSI Science Pub, Mission Theater, 7-9 pm.
Oregon Tsunami Inundation Scenarios
A statistical analysis of the clustering of Cascadia Great Earthquakes.
Preliminary study of exisitng lake sedimentary records suggests a record of great earthquakes.
New core and high resolution reflection data provide insights into the southern Cascadia paleoseismic record.
Seismically generated turbidites in Effingham Inlet, western Vancouver Island provide a correlative Holocene record of great earthquakes.
Second in a series of foundational papers on paleoseismology of the Sumatran margin is released.
Report and analysis are released.
Comprehensive study of the vulnerability of the State of Oregon to subduction zone earthquakes and tsunami. Full Report: http://www.oregon.gov/OMD/OEM/Pages/index.aspx
"Simulating tsunami inundation at Bandon, Coos County, Oregon, using hypothetical Cascadia and Alaska earthquake scenarios" won a Western State Seismic Policy Council Award in Excellence http://www.wsspc.org/news/news_files/eNews_Winter13.pdf.
"Superquakes and Supercycles" released, Seismological Research Letters
"Superquakes and Supercycles" released, OSU Release
Detailed turbidite paleoseismic work finally released in USGS Professional Paper 1661-F
Cascadia, the Movie! Animation of 10,000 year earthquake record from marine and coastal paleoseismic sites.
Initiative to Retrofit Schools in Portand for earthquakes
Download data and habitat maps here
Scientists, engineers, shipping companies and ship operators meet to discuss greener operations and ships of the future
Successful geophysical cruise aboard the Derek. M. Baylis completed with very low carbon footprint
NEIC Earthquake map of recent events