CWU Geology Professor Tim Melbourne is featured in the most recent episode of "Inside Olympia" with Austin Jenkins. In the first part of the episode, he talks about the geological threat off the Pacific coast, the much-feared Cascadia subduction zone. Sandy Doughton, a Seattle Times science writer who wrote the book, Full Rip 9.0, talks about how Melbourne’s GPS research is extremely important to the body of knowledge about how the earth moves.
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