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August 31st, 2014
Seattle-based Sensor Company Hopes to Create a West-coast Seismic Monitoring Network

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Jerry Paros of Paroscientific, a Redmond-based company that has produced almost 1,000 sensors for monitoring the seafloor off Japan, wants to parlay that success to monitor the submarine fault in his own backyard. Paros envisions a system like those off Japan, with a cable backbone running from Vancouver Island to Cape Mendocino in California, and lateral arms covering much of the Cascadia Subduction Zone. He particularly hopes his sensors can be put to work in the Northwest before the subduction zone rips again. Read more via The Seattle Times

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