This presentation was part of the "Great Washington Shake Out". Timothy Melbourne, CWU Geological Sciences describes the potential dangers of a future earthquake in the Pacific Northwest. Pamela McMullin-Messier, CWU Sociology, talks about the impact a major event would have on the population. Carlo Smith, CWU Supply Chain Management describes the effect an earthquake would have on the supply chain in the PNW. The event waas sponsored by CWU Geological Sciences, the moderator is Anne Egger of the CWU Geological Science Dept. Recorded Oct. 16, 2013.
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