There have been 46 magnitude 8 and 9 CSZ earthquakes on the CSZ over the past 10,269 years. Here are the earthquake names, ages, dates, magnitudes, and rupture lengths and widths. Segments are also listed. For more information about segments, click here.
Magnitudes for T6b (8.13) & T19 (8.92) are my estimates based on averages. Here are the calculations.
If I am able to get more info on Segment E, I’ll update this page. As always, if you find an error or have questions, please let me know. I strive to make this as complete and accurate as possible.
Goldfinger, C., Nelson, C.H., Morey, A., Johnson, J.E., Gutierrez-Pastor, J., Eriksson, A.T., Karabanov, E., Patton, J., Gracia, E., Enkin, R., Dallimore, A., Dunhill, G., and Vallier, T., 2012, Turbidite Event History: Methods and Implications for Holocene Paleoseismicity of the Cascadia Subduction Zone, USGS Professional Paper 1661-F, Reston, VA, U.S. Geological Survey, p. 184 p, 64 Figures. http://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/pp1661f/
Goldfinger, C., Galer, S., Beeson, J.W., Hamilton, T.S, Black, B., Romsos, C., Patton, J., Nelson, C.H., Hausmann, R., Morey,A., 2017, The Importance of Site Selection, Sediment Supply, and Hydrodynamics: A Case Study of Submarine Paleoseismology on the Northern Cascadia margin, Washington USA, Marine Geology, v. 384, p. 4-46.