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REVIEW ↠ The Big One µ No one ever thought the Pacific Northwest was due for an earthuake let alone a catastrophic one But geologists are transforming our understanding of the grave dangers the population in the region of Cascadia face—will there be a big one And what can be done to save lives America's Pacific Northwest has relatively few earthuakes—onlEable shaking But a couple decades ago scientists discovered a geological feature running along the coast that in other parts of the world regularly triggers massive earthuakes of 80 magnitude and higher Were there once massive earthuakes in this part of the world Geologists think there were Now a small group of scientists are studying things that you might not think have anything to. The story Everyone's heard of the San Andreas fault but there's a much larger much dangerous z

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No one ever thought the Pacific Northwest was due for an earthuake let alone a catastrophic one But geologists are transforming our understanding of the grave dangers the population in the region of Cascadia face will there be a big one And what can be done to save lives America's Pacific Northwest has relatively few earthuakes only a handful each year that cause even moderately notic. Though it lies along a major fault line in the Earth's crust the Pacific Northwest has a much l

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The Big OneDo with earthuakes marsh soil ocean sediments landslide debris and ghost forests and they have reason to believe that the Pacific Northwest is likely not as idyllic as it was once assumed The population is likely in grave danger of a massive earthuake at some point What can be done The big one can't be stopped but scientists are working tirelessly to learn as much as they can to prepa. Another great entry in the Scientists in the Field series this one describes the possible futur