4th Thursday Seminar Series

On the 4th Thursday from 9:00am – 10:00am (Pacific Time), the Cascadia CoPes Hub is hosting a seminar series to highlight Hub research or bring in guest speakers directly related to Hub work.

Reach out  cascadia.copes@oregonstate.edu for the zoom information.

Upcoming Seminars

April 25, 2024 – Living in the ‘Blue Zone’ of a Sea-Level Rise Inundation Map: Community perceptions of coastal flooding in King Salmon, California – Laurie Richmond (Cal Poly Humboldt)

May 23, 2024 – Topic: Modeling of 3D ground motion and tsunami early warning – Audrey Dunham (USGS), Erin Wirth (USGS), Randy LeVeque (UW), Yong Wei (UW)

Past Seminars

Updates on the 2022 Cascadia CoPes Hub Pilot Projects-
October 26, 2023 – Watch here

Collecting Critical Infrastructure Inventories in the Tokeland to Taholah Collaboratory”
Inclusive Community-based STEAM Identity-building in Coastal Hazards Research: Pilot Activities for Cascadia TEACH with the Ocosta School District, WA”
Enhance Community Disaster Preparedness and Resiliency through Physical and Virtual Drills”
Evaluating the Role of Short- and Long-term Channel Change on Nooksack River Flooding”
Advancing Inclusive Community-Driven Hazards Training”
Rapid Response to a Large Scale Tsunami Advisory: Understanding if, how, and why Cascadia Coastal Communities Receive Warnings and Change Behaviors”

Dynamic Cobble Berm Revetments for Coastal Protection on High-Energy Coastlines ” – Dr. Chris Blenkinsopp (University of Bath)
January 26, 2023 – Watch here