Communicating Cascadia's Earthquake Risk

Geoscience research is at the forefront of characterizing the earthquake risks associated with the Cascadia subduction zone in the Pacific Northwest. This course covers the science and its implications for policy decisions and resiliency efforts. The speakers will provide an overview of what we know about the Cascadia subduction zone and the associated earthquake risk, how this information is used to guide policy decisions, how the science should be communicated, what state and local governments are doing to address the risks, and what more could be done to better protect the Pacific Northwest.

This is an asynchronous short-course that contains videos, resources for learning more, and a set of questions in each section to help facilitate learning. An asynchronous course is a course that can be done on your own time. Feel free to pause, take a break, and come back to your saved progress to continue with the course. There is no deadline for completion of this course.

May 10th, 2017 10:06 AM
0.25 CEU Fee
Professional $ 49.00
AIPG CPG or EuroGeol $ 28.75
AIPG Member $ 36.00
Student $ 13.50
College Class (up to 20 students) $ 135.00
Professional Group Rate (up to 10 registrants) $ 350.00
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