Coastal communities may be at increased risk of healthcare access disruptions in a major disaster due to their geographical isolation, limited availability of specialized resources locally, and proximity to hazards.
The Cascadia CoPes Hub organized a science communication workshop held on July 21, 2023, centered around the topics of risk, uncertainty, and science communication in relation to natural hazards.
The Cascadia CoPes Hub hosted a virtual workshop to connect our researchers with state and federal agency partners to discuss plans for new geohazards research planned by the Hub and agency partners.
The Cascadia CoPes Hub has recently awarded 5, one-year pilot research projects. These pilot projects are engaging communities and supporting emergent research activities to support information needs identified by tribes and other coastal communities. Each project has been funded for 1 year.

July 2024

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  • CoPe Hub Leadership Team Meeting
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  • 4th Thursday - AeoLiS: Modeling wind-driven sediment transport for coastal engineering applications
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