The Really Big One: A Public Forum On Earthquake Hazards and Preparedness in the Pacific Northwest

The UO Department of Geological Sciences hosts a community forum on the science and implications of earthquake hazards, with “The Really Big One: A Public Forum On Earthquake Hazards and Preparedness in the PNW”.

Panel experts – UO professors Doug Toomey, Amanda Thomas and Ray Weldon, OSU professor Chris Goldfinger, and Josh Bruce from the Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience – will offer insights into the science behind seismic hazards in the PNW region and strategies to help people prepare for a major earthquake.

This forum is sponsored by the UO Department of Geological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Office of the Vice President for Research & Innovation, Government & Community Relations, and Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience.

For further resources visit earthquake.uoregon.edu.

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