Un nuevo centro reunirá a científicos de sismos para estudiar la zona de subducción de Cascadia y aclarar los peligros sísmicos.
A new center will bring together earthquake scientists to study the Cascadia Subduction Zone and clarify seismic hazards.
Air from thousands of kilometers away spiraled down to drape the Pacific Northwest in blistering heat.
The climate is warming too fast for some trees to catch up. Planting seeds from warmer regions can bolster future forests, but that requires a significant shift in forestry practice.
An alliance of First Nations, provincial, and federal leaders worked with scientists, engineers, and emergency responders to rescue critical salmon stocks in western Canada.
Understanding how temperatures of cold-water streams respond to global warming could help clarify the impacts of climate change on aquatic ecosystems.
A new chronology shows that ice-free areas existed along the British Columbia coast earlier than previously thought.
A systematic survey offers a striking portrait of movement along a 500-kilometer-long undersea section of the Queen Charlotte–Fairweather fault off the coast of southeastern Alaska.
While megaquakes occasionally occur along the Cascadia margin, smaller but more frequent crustal earthquakes are a more immediate threat, according to a natural hazards expert.
A Near-Field Tsunami Initiative for the Coast of British Columbia;
Port Alberni, British Columbia, 27–28 March 2014