Research Papers

Below are the primary research papers that have played major roles in the analyses I’ve shown throughout Surviving Cascadia. I believe it’s important to know where research is coming from. Please let me know if you have any questions!

The importance of site selection, sediment supply, and hydrodynamics: A case study of submarine paleoseismology on the northern Cascadia margin, Washington USA
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.

Turbidite Event History—Methods and Implications for Holocene Paleoseismicity of the Cascadia Subduction Zone
Goldfinger, C., Nelson, C.H., Morey, A.E., Johnson, J.E., Patton, J.R., Karabanov, E., Gutiérrez-Pastor, J., Eriksson, A.T., Gràcia, E., Dunhill, G., Enkin, R.J., Dallimore, A., and Vallier, T., 2012, Turbidite event history—Methods and implications for Holocene paleoseismicity of the Cascadia subduction zone: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1661–F, 170 p.

Slow‐Slip Recurrent Pattern Changes: Perturbation Responding and Possible Scenarios of Precursor toward a Megathrust Earthquake
Luo, Y., & Liu, Z. (2019). Slow‐slip recurrent pattern changes: Perturbation
responding and possible scenarios of precursor toward a megathrust earthquake. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 20, 852–871.

Statistical Analyses of Great Earthquake Recurrence along the Cascadia Subduction Zone
Ram Kulkarni; Ivan Wong; Judith ZachariasenChris Goldfinger; Martin Lawrence Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2013) 103 (6): 3205–3221.

Addressing Cascadia Subduction Zone Great Earthquake Recurrence
USGS Powell Center Cascadia Earthquake Hazards Working Group; Fort Collins, Colorado, 25–29 March 2019