Seattle earthquakes: Surviving Cascadia M9.0


This video describes Seattle’s true earthquake dangers…

And what you can do to stay safe.

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The Cascadia subduction zone is an almost 700 mile-long convergent plate boundary that stretches from northern Vancouver Island to Cape Mendocino in California. It separates the Juan de Fuca plate and the North America plates, including the San Andreas Fault. In 2008 scientists found a correlation between seismic events on the Northern San Andreas Fault and the southern part of the Cascadia subduction zone.

It is based on over a dozen government reports and it debunks common misconceptions about the Cascadia 9.0 quake.

Finally, it outlines the actions you can take now to prepare for an earthquake in the Seattle area.

Always be ready! Get prepared before it’s too late!

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1 Comment

  1. In a positive note, I have taken note of clues which indicate to me that the next Big One for the Cascadia Fault Zone will occur around 2200, either side of that by 50 years. It seems that the fault zone is correlated with changes in the South African Magnetic Anomaly zone. The SAMA undergoes a change in its magnetic orientation, and that is followed not long after by the Cascadia Fault Zone experiencing a large quake.

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