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Cascadia, a term that derives from the Cascade Range, may refer to:
- The Pacific Northwest region of North America
- Cascadia (independence movement), a proposed country located within the Pacific Northwest of North America
- Cascadia (bioregion), the environmental interactivity of the Pacific Northwest of North America
- Cascadia Community College, an American community college in Bothell, Washington
- Cascadia Wildlands, an environmental organization
- Cascadia Center for Regional Development, a project focused on easing traffic congestion in the Pacific Northwest
- Cascadia subduction zone, a convergent plate boundary that separates the Juan de Fuca and North America plates
- The Cascadia Cup, a regional rivalry and trophy in Major League Soccer
- Cascadia Association Football Federation a non-FIFA international football association.
- 1700 Cascadia earthquake, a magnitude 8.7 to 9.2 megathrust earthquake that occurred in the Cascadia subduction zone on January 26, 1700
- Cascadia, a former plant genus now included in Saxifraga
Cascadian may refer to:
- Cascadian (train), not to be confused with the Amtrak Cascades
- Cascadian Noir, a style of Americana music indigenous to the Cascadia region (as per Big John Bates)
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