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Preparing for the Pacific Northwest Earthquake and Its Aftermath

Preparing for the Pacific Northwest Earthquake and Its Aftermath
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If an earthquake breaks the ground in the Pacific Northwest, these groundbreaking products can help us respond to—or even avoid—the inevitable disaster predicted by the New Yorker

Teo Armus
  • 17 july 2015

An article by Kathryn Schulz in this week’s issue of the New Yorker, titled “The Really Big One,” predicts that an 8.0 earthquake and tsunami will devastate the Pacific Northwest—and that the region is completely unprepared to respond to such a massive disaster.

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