CREW Shallow Earthquakes Scenario discusses the effects of earthquakes in shallow water and hazards to the coastline. Download CREW Shallow Earthquakes Scenarios
Cascadia Deep Earthquakes
Deep earthquakes pose a serious risk to Cascadia. In Puget Sound, for example, there is an 84% chance of a magnitude 6.5 or greater deep earthquake striking within 50 years. Beneath northwestern California, northwestern Oregon and southwestern British Columbia the probability of a similar sized earthquake over 50 years is somewhat lower, but still a major component of the earthquake hazard in each area.
This report discusses characteristics typical with earthquakes in the Cascadia region, potential hazards they cause, lessons from recent earthquakes, potential earthquakes and lessons for the future. Download Cascadia Deep Earthquakes
Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquakes: A magnitude 9.0 earthquake scenario
Read our new publication about the effects of a major subduction earthquake on communities along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, stretching from the Brooks Peninsula on Vancouver Island to Cape Mendocino in northern California. (PDF document is 34 MB). Download Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquakes: A magnitude 9.0 earthquake scenario