Monthly Archives: February 2017

  • NH Section Committees for two years (2017-2018)

    Posted 02/25/17

    Program Committee Guido Cervone (Pen State University) Tony Song (JPL) Members : President, President Elect, Secretary; Robert Weiss (Virginia Technology) Gilbert White Lecture Award President President Elect Two past Award Recipients Requirements – AGU member and Member of the NH Section Fellow committee Chair – President Elect (Chairman) Member(s) – Past President, President Responsibility of […]

  • Notable Member Accomplishments

    Posted 02/16/17

    Dr. Roger Pulwarty is the recipient of the 2016 Gilbert F. White Distinguished Lecture Award. Dr. Roger S. Pulwarty is the Senior Science Advisor for Climate, and the Director of the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS) at the NOAA Office of Oceans and Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. Roger’s publications focus on climate and […]

  • Incentive Program – Sponsoring Students

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    AGU has an allocation of US $5000 financial support towards students travel for the Fall 2017 AGU meeting which will be given to students who have their primary affiliation to the Natural Hazards Section, please plan to submit abstracts in natural hazard sessions (when the abstracts submission is open) and request for a travel grant. […]

  • 2016 Executive Committee Meeting Minutes

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    The 2016 Natural Hazards Executive Committee Meeting – aka the Seventh Business Meeting took place on Wednesday, December 16th, 2015, from 12:30–13:30 PM at San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Salon 5 in San Francisco, California. The meeting minutes can be found at the following link: PDF Meeting Minutes Prior Executive Committee Meetings are located at the following link: https://nh.agu.org/events/business-meetings/

  • AGU Award Nominations – March 15th, 2017

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    Please nominate your colleagues for AGU Prizes, Awards, Fellowships or Medals by 15 March 2017 and Section and Section Award or Lecture by 15 April 2017. Members of the Natural Hazards Section may consider nomination for The Gilbert F. White Lecture 2017 Award. For detailed information about the nomination process, please visit http://honors.agu.org/. Information regarding […]

  • Fall 2017 Meeting Sessions

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    Fall 2017 Meeting sessions will take place at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, which is located at 900 Convention Center Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70130. The Session proposals will open in mid-February. Natural Hazards Section encourages members to think about a session related to Natural Hazards and plan to submit their session […]

  • New Leadership – Natural Hazards Section

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    The new leadership of the Natural Hazards Section started their new term in January of 2017, President – Ramesh Singh, President Elect – Seth Stein and Secretary – Daniel Wright. Let us express dedication of past President – Upmanu Lall and Secretary – Amir Aghakouchak for their dynamic role in running Natural Hazards Section for […]

  • AGU – JpGU 2017 meeting in Chiba, Japan

    Posted 02/09/17

    AGU – JpGU 2017 meeting The AGU-JpGU meeting will be held in Chiba, Japan during 20-25 May 2017, the dead line for the abstract submission is until 16 Feb 2017. For session listing, visit http://www.jpgu.org/meeting_e2017/session_list/index.html Student members are encouraged to submit abstracts and also apply for financial support.

Natural Hazards News

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A Broad View of Flooding in the CarolinasRivers swelled from the torrential rains of Hurricane Florence. [...]

Fires ablaze in northeastern UtahTwo lightning-caused fires have burned over 100,000 acres and are still yet to be fully contained. [...]

Florence Inundates the CarolinasAs the Carolinas flood from Hurricane Florence, NASA is providing valuable information for rescue an [...]

Mangkhut Swamps LuzonNorthern Luzon took a direct hit from the super typhoon, bringing disastrous winds and rainfall. [...]

From crystals to climate: 'Gold standard' timeline links flood basalts to climate changePrinceton geologists used tiny zircon crystals found in volcanic ash to rewrite the timeline for the [...]

Geoscientists find unexpected 'deep creep'  near San Andreas, San Jacinto faultsA new analysis of thousands of very small earthquakes in the San Bernardino basin suggests that the [...]

Most fire in Florida goes undetectedA new study indicates that common satellite imaging technologies have vastly underestimated the numb [...]

Fire weather prediction improvingScientists have created a new fire-weather prediction tool that works with the same weather models t [...]

A new study finds that industry-certified particle masks are most effective at protecting people fro [...]

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