Monthly Archives: October 2014

  • Natural Hazards Focus Group is seeking nominations

    Posted 10/01/14

    The Natural Hazards Focus Group (NAFG) of the AGU invites nominations (including self nominations) for membership in the following committees, for the 2015-16 calendar year: The NH Executive Committee Web & Newsletter Editor EOS Representative Early Career Scientist Representative Meetings Program Representative The NH Fellows and Honors Committee Gilbert F. White Distinguished Lecture Committee Please […]

Natural Hazards News

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After years of crippling drought, record-breaking precipitation washed over California. Satellites o [...]

Fires Rage Near Lake BaikalSeveral pyrocumulus clouds are lofting dense smoke high into the atmosphere. [...]

Tropical Storm Cindy Nears the Gulf CoastTropical Storm Cindy will bring heavy rain to the Gulf Coast. [...]

Smoke and Fire on Bathurst IslandRoughly one-third of the savanna woodlands on these islands burn each year. [...]

Wildfires Light Up PortugalThe blaze burned so brightly that its light was visible at night from space. [...]

Role aerosols play in climate change unlocked by spectacular Icelandic volcanic eruptionA spectacular six-month Icelandic lava field eruption could provide the crucial key for scientists t [...]

Flooding risk: America's most vulnerable communitiesFloods are the natural disaster that kill the most people. They are also the most common natural dis [...]

Seasonal rain and snow trigger small earthquakes on California faultsCalifornia's earthquake faults continually accumulate stress until they fail in an earthquake. [...]

Volcanic crystals give a new view of magmaVolcanologists are gaining a new understanding of what's going on inside the magma reservoir th [...]

Japanese slow earthquakes could shed light on tsunami generationUnderstanding slow-slip earthquakes in subduction zone areas may help researchers understand large e [...]

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