Once upon a time, we thought earthquakes only happened in San Francisco and Alaska. You know, not here.
But the discovery of the Cascadia Subduction Zone removed our sense of the solid earth, and the occasional rumbles in the region remind us that a very big earthquake is possible.
Perhaps even MORE possible in these days when we put powerful forces into the ground to release gas and oil.
Kathryn Miles tells the story of tremors natural and man-made in her book Quakeland: On the Road to America’s Next Devastating Earthquake.
She visited many places on and IN the Earth for her story; she visits The Exchange with the highlights.