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Raskin, Jay et al, Mass Care and Mass Displacement after a Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake, OSSPAC Publication 18-02, September 25, 2018

Raskin, Jay (Fall 2015), The Big One, Architects, and Resilience, AIA Oregon Newsletter, Volume 14 Number 3

Raskin, Jay and Wang, Yumei, (Feb. 2015) Fifty-Year Resilience Strategies for Coastal Communities at Risk for Tsunamis, National Hazard Review, Volume 18-Issue 1

Raskin, J. and Wang, Y. (2014). 50-year Resilience Master Plan for Coastal Communities, ICRVAM-ISUMA 2014

Wilson, J. and Raskin, J.  (2013). The Oregon Resilience Plan: Reducing Risk and Improving Recovery for the Next Cascadia Earthquake and Tsunami: Section 3. Coastal Communities, Oregon Seismic Safety Policy Advisory Commission.

Spencer-Hartle, B and Moretti, P. (2012). Resilient Masonry Buildings: Saving Lives, Livelihoods, and the Livability of Oregon’s Historic Downtowns, Restore Oregon Special Report 2012

Wolf, Edward, Raskin, Jay and Wang, Yumei (2011),  Five lessons from Japan’s tragedy for Oregonians. The Oregonian, March 21, 2011 issue, Guest Columnist

Wolf, Edward, Raskin, Jay and Wang, Yumei, (2012) Earthquake resilience planning: Will Oregon learn from Japan’s 2011 Disaster, The Oregonian, March 10, 2012 issue, Guest Columnist

Raskin, J. Wang, Y., Fiez, T., Moncada, J., Yu, K. and Yeh, H. (2011). An evacuation building project for Cascadia earthquakes and tsunami, Obras y Proyectos 9, 11-22

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