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UCL Hazard Centre May 21
Forty years on from the disaster at Mount St Helens - how better are we at forecasting volcanic eruptions? See Jane Palmer’s feature in Nature at 🌋
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Carina Fearnley May 19
Why the UK COVID Alert Level System will fail - new blog article published All views based on 14 years of research on alert level systems.
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Hugh Tuffen May 18
The enormity of the crater created by the 1980 eruption is a reminder of the humbling power of nature. These photos were taken in 2007 during fieldwork with John Pallister of & a team. Dykes criss-cross the unstable crater walls.
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UCL Hazard Centre Apr 24
Last month, director Prof. Christopher Kilburn headed to southern Italy for a scientific programme marking 50 years since the first evacuations of Pozzuoli following volcano unrest at Campi Flegrei. Find out what happened when got there...
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UCL Hazard Centre Mar 18
New research indicates that an ancient tsunami may have struck the Falkland Islands, after scientists found evidence of large slope failures on the seafloor. Find out more in this BBC article which features Dave Tappin, BGS scientist and Professor
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UCL Hazard Centre Feb 5
We’re looking forward to meeting everyone and chatting about the in Geophysical ! 🌋 🌪 ⛈ 🌊 🔥 🤓
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UCL Hazard Centre Jan 31
Volcano penguins! 😍 Can't wait to hear all about the trip !
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Dr. Lara Smale 🌋 Jan 29
Fun afternoon teaching the ’s Geophysical Hazards students R programming and all things at with . Lots of successful scripts! 🤓💻🌋
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UCL Hazard Centre Dec 17
Prof. Dave Tappin and associate of has, along with colleagues, used sonar to image rock debris that slid into the ocean following Anak Krakatau's eruption and flank collapse in 2018. Check out the article here... 🌋🌊
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UCL Hazard Centre Dec 10
Congratulations to ’s for passing her PhD viva today. Let the celebrations begin....🎉🌋
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EarthSciences UCL Dec 10
Our Lecturer in Volcanology travels to some of the world's most active volcanoes to understand what makes them erupt. Her latest work is helping a Pacific community to monitor the restless mountain they live with.
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Carina Fearnley Dec 9
Glad to have the opportunity to discuss the tragedy at New Zealand’s White Island volcano today on - such sad news.
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UCL Hazard Centre Nov 15
Join us! Session S3.7 *Warnings of eruptions: engaging communities at risk* at . Engaging communities through artistic expression, education, celebration and conservation. Abstract deadline 25 Jan.
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EarthSciences UCL Nov 1
Official welcome to Dr Emma Liu , our new Lecturer in Volcanology. A timely post coinciding with the release of research documentary video on “Measuring volcanic emissions with drone technology”, project which Emma is leading.
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Dr. Lara Smale 🌋 Oct 24
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Jonathan Mille Oct 17
Thank you to (FR) for the invitation ! I was able to talk about climate change and its impact on our societies and how everything is interconnected. Highlighting that we are highly dependant on our energy consumption.
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UCL Hazard Centre Oct 10
Looking forward to it! Link to register is in the tweet for anyone interested in coming along too 👇
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Andy Hart Oct 3
Tiring but fun 4hrs spent this pm teaching the Geophysical Hazard MSc students about landslides, their impacts, investigation, mitigation & risk assessment + community resilience in places like Nepal & Ladakh
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UCL Hazard Centre Sep 30
A warm welcome to our 2019/2020 cohort of Geophysical students. We hope you all have a fantastic year learning, researching and communicating some awesome Hazard 🌋⛈️🌊🌪️
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UCL Hazard Centre Sep 12
For the 2018-19 academic year, we had the pleasure of teaching this fantastic group of students on our Natural Hazards for Insurers postgraduate certificate programme. We wish them all the very best in their careers ahead. 💨🌋🌪🌊
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