Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake By: Dustin Wolanski • This is the Cascadia Subduction Zone. • Stretches from northern California to up into Canada. • Here is a 3D model of the Cascadia Subduction Zone. • Here it shows that magma is pushing the plates apart. • This is a picture of what happened as a result of the 8.8 earthquake in Chile. This building was basically split in half. • This is what could possibly happen to us if a major earthquake strikes. Some things you can do to prepare • Buy a medical backpack filled with all the supplies you would need from the most basic cuts to deep wounds. • Make sure this backpack contains cleansers, gauze pads, bandages, and elastic wrap.