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Brian Sherrod – FY18 summary, FY19 plans

More work on Olympic Peninsula uplift in FY19.  FY18 work with UW. FY19 large paleoseismology project between the GSHG and ESC.  Janet Watt's work.  Cascadia workshop in Seattle, similar to past N. California 

Joan Gomberg – SZ4D RCNs, SZ Communications Plan update

Lydia Staisch (10-15 min) - Powell Center project overall

Lydia outlined topics of four workshops over the next few years.  The first one will be in March, focused on the earthquake cycle broadly. She also updated us on work on the development of the CR database.

All – other general news

 

FY18 summary, FY19 plans:

Maureen Walton – Powell Center March workshop

Maureen is new PC post-doc.  March workshop in Fort Collins

Scott Bennett – backarc and Olympic Mtn geologic studies

Described FY18 Canyon River fault mapping, including 2 trenches.  In FY19 will publish SIM conveying FY18 results, analyze new lidar and do some Coulomb modeling.  

new 3D seismic velocity model

Andy  Cyr – Landslide Mendenhall proposal

4 Mendenhalls will be funded by the NHMA.  Please advertise!!!!

Art Frankel – Seattle basin studies

Chris Goldfinger - Thoughts on automated turbidite analysis 

Joan Gomberg – Land-level change Mendenhall proposal, turbidite analysis update

Ruth Harris – Tsunami Powell Center Oct 1-5 workshop (focused on Alaskan tsunamis)

Emphasized need for a logic tree approach.  Workshop highlighted need for databasing information (wrt Alaska, but lesson is relevant to Cascadia). Final workshop is focused on other sources in the Pacific; some advocating another Cascadia-only focused workshop.

Ralph Haugerud - Offshore map

SeanPaul La Selle - Paleo-tsunami deposits (Floras Lake and the Salmon River)

Jon Perkins – Mendenhall proposal, coseismic landslide work

Alan Nelson - Re-dating Bradley Lake cores

Jay Patton – geodesy in southern Cascadia

Brian Sherrod – Olympic Peninsula uplift

Tom Brocher – 1873 Crescent City earthquake and compilation of Cascadia wide angle seismic profiles for a Lydia Staisch  -  Coastal uplift rates

Janet Watt or Maureen Walton (10-15 min) - CMG activities

Erin Wirth – M9 update

 

Listeners - Bruce Jaffe (late?)

 

Unable to attend - Stephanie Ross, Bill Schulz and Nathan Miller, others?

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