We conducted a planning meeting on 5/9/14 in order to prepare for this exercise. More background material is on the website for that meeting.
Here we post only material used by our regional “subject matter expert” field team will use for the exercise.
- Exercise Timeline: Wednesday 5/14/14 from 10 AM – 1 PM
The exercise begins on the third day following an earthquake and tsunami caused by rupture along the Cascadia subduction zone earthquake fault. The Earthquake Clearinghouse will be located on the College of the Redwoods Campus (see map below).
Relevant Material for this exercise:
- The Goals for our Tsunami Science Team during this exercise
- Humboldt Norcal Tsunami Science Field Guide
Here are our Regional Tsunami Science “subject matter expert” field team summary and update reports for the two days prior to the day our exercise represents (the 3rd day following the earthquake).
Relevant Background and Supporting Material
- UNESCO Post Tsunami Field Guide, 2nd edition April 2012
- CA Catastrophic Incident Base Plan: Concept of Operations
- “Interoperability Deployment” Diagram: We create Incidents by making Field Observations (see the lower left part of this diagram).
- Cascadia subduction zone earthquake and tsunami Response Plan (public version)
Digital Upload Interfaces
- Overview of software applications people can use to participate in this exercise.
Calfornia Geological Survey Basecamp (CGS BC)
- Basecamp Site for our Cascadia 2014 Event
- Email Upload Information
- BC Instructions
California Office of Emergency Services Earthquake Clearinghouse (OES CA EQCH)
- CA EQCH Technology Overview
- How to Join the CA EQCH
- SpotOnResponse Users Guide
- Guide to Geospatial Data
- The SpotOnResponse app Click here to log in to the SpotOnResponse app.
- Access: The California Earthquake Clearinghouse has arranged for all Clearinghouse Members to have access to the SpotOnResponse software. Obtain credentials from email@example.com – note: try your username/password from prior exercises
- How to Engage: Use SpotOnResponse to view all incidents, field observations, and many GIS data sources (available in KML format). Create incidents, associate field observations with incidents (including notes, photos, videos, documents and links to additional resources). Add GIS data (KML format) as data associated with an incident for display on SpotOnResponse as well as for sharing to other KML-enabled applications, including Google Earth.
- 10-Minute Video User’s Instruction – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0y-CGtjWDk
Guide to Field Observations and Trusted Crowd Sourcing – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Pqelg2Qvro
If you have any questions, please contact Jay Patton at jayp at cascadiageo.org