the coming earthquake and tsunami that could devastate North America
Mexico City : preview of coming events
Lessons from the rubble : a front-page story
The Alaska megathrust : Cascadia's northern cousin
Against the wind of convention : Plafker, Benioff, and Press
Cauldron and crust : the rehabilitation of continental drift
Nuke on a fault : early clues in Humboldt Bay
Proving the doubters wrong : the Chile connection
Mount St. Helens : Cascadia's smoking gun?
pt. 2. Setbacks and breakthroughs
Mud cores and lasers : the search for evidence
The whoops factor : Cascadia's true nature revealed
Quake hunters : finding Cascadia's ghost forest
Cedars, peat, and turbidites : a tipping point at Monmouth
Cascadia's segmented past : apocalypse or decades of terror?
Digital water : catching waves in a computer
Defining the zone : hot rocks and high water
Cracks, missing rings, and native voices : closing in on a killer quake
The orphan tsunami : final proof of Cascadia's last rupture
Episodic tremor and slip : tracking Cascadia with GPS
Turbidite timeline : Cascadia's long and violent history
When's this going to happen? : the problems with prediction
pt. 3. Shockwaves
Facing reality : Cascadia equals Sumatra
The next wave : thinking the unthinkable
Watching it happen, wishing it wouldn't
Cascadia's fault : day of reckoning
Epilogue: Survival and resilience, a state of mind
The Pacific Northwest gets a monster earthquake, courtesy of the Cascadia Subduction Zone, about every 500 years. And we're overdue. My favorite part of this book is the story of some amazing detective work used in going back to an earthquake that happened off the coast of Japan hundreds of year... Read More »
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