The M9 Project is a team of experts whose goal is to reduce catastrophic potential effects of a Cascadia megathrust earthquake on social, built, and natural environments through the advancement of methodologies, early warnings, and community planning.

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People

Meet the Principal Investigators, experts from UW and beyond, and graduate students who work on M9.

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Research

Using their findings as a guide for long-term, systematic change before the next big earthquake occurs, the M9 Project will help prevent natural hazards from becoming disasters. Read more about the M9 Project’s research!

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The M9 research team presents at the 11th National Conference on Earthquake Engineering

On June 28th, the M9 research team will be presenting on the impacts of a magnitude 9 earthquake on the Pacific Northwest at the 11th National Conference on Earthquake Engineering.
The first of two sessions covers advances made by the M9 Project researchers in predicting the ground motions for the Magnitude 9 Cascadia event, characterizing those ground motions, and exploring the response of structural systems to such motions, including the effects of deep basin amplification and duration. 

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Coastal Hazards Resilience Network Annual Meeting

Connect and learn about hazards and resilience projects happening along Washington’s coast at the next Coastal Hazards Resilience Network (CHRN) Annual Meeting. The event will take place on June 5, 2018 from 9:00AM-4:00PM at University of Washington, South Campus Center (Room 303). 

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