Zassho-Cascadia - Timeline and Research Questions
Zassho-Cascadia is the culmination of a long-term research enquiry that uses photography to consider seismic histories and rupture probabilities in the tectonic subduction zones of Japan and the Pacific Northwest. It presents the experience, memory and anticipation of catastrophic earthquakes and tsunami in the context of deep time and scientific exploration.
This item contains a timeline of the research project and a set of research questions.
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The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation
Arts Council England
Bath Spa University Research
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- Natural Hazards
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- Solid Earth Sciences
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- Earthquake Engineering
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- Social and Cultural Geography
- Environmental Humanities
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