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.
Washed away, not today— Westport schools participate in tsunami drill
(10/21/22, The Daily World)
On October 20th, people all over the country participated in The Great ShakeOut, a yearly event to practice earthquake safety and tsunami evacuation. Hub member Dan Abramson is leading work with the Ocosta, Washington Junior-Senior High School to support the communities work to protect itself against future tsunamis and other coastal hazards.
20 minutes. That’s the expected arrival time of a tsunami after a large offshore earthquake. For the Great #Shakeout, we teamed up w/ Ocosta HS to show coastal communities how to get to high ground.— Washington Sea Grant (@WASeaGrant) October 20, 2022
🙌 TY to partners @UW @waEMD @CascadiaCopes. ➡️ https://t.co/o13RG4vgoS pic.twitter.com/1hFXZeKXYA
Cascadia CoPes Hub awards 5 pilot projects for 2022
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.
How LGBT+ Communities Overcame Japan’s 2011 Triple Disaster
(5/20/2022, The Diplomat)
Written by Natasha Fox, Postdoctoral Scholar with the Cascadia CoPes Hub
HSU Joins Oregon State, University of Washington to Launch a Research Hub for Coastal Resiliency
(10/1/2021, Humboldt State Now)
HSU, OSU, and University of Washington to launch research hub for coastal resilience
(9/17/2021, KRCR TV)
Oregon State to lead National Science Foundation-funded research hub for coastal resiliency
(9/7/2021, Oregon State University press release)