The Natural Hazards Focus Group focuses within AGU on studies of geophysical hazards, including droughts, earthquakes, fires, floods, heat waves, landslides, space weather, storms, tsunamis, volcano eruptions, impact by near-Earth objects, and related events. Read more
Program Committee Guido Cervone (Pen State University) Tony Song (JPL) Members : President, President Elect, […]
Dr. Roger Pulwarty is the recipient of the 2016 Gilbert F. White Distinguished Lecture Award. […]
AGU has an allocation of US $5000 financial support towards students travel for the Fall […]
The 2016 Natural Hazards Executive Committee Meeting – aka the Seventh Business Meeting took place on […]
Please nominate your colleagues for AGU Prizes, Awards, Fellowships or Medals by 15 March 2017 […]
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The Campi Flegrei Volcano in southern Italy may be closer to an eruption than previously thought, ac [...]
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The Focus Group on Natural Hazards fosters a focus within AGU on studies of geophysical hazards, including droughts, earthquakes, fires, floods, heat waves, landslides, space weather, storms, tsunamis, volcano eruptions, impact by near-Earth objects, and related events.