A new special interest technical community is available for you: Geohazards!
EAGE is proud to have a network of members interested in promoting the development and application of a multidisciplinary approach to the natural hazards assessment, fostering innovation and technical progress, as well as the communication, fellowship and cooperation between those working in, studying or otherwise being interested in these fields.
The Technical Community on Geohazards was officially presented during the opening session of the Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition 2022. Related presentations such as ‘Integrated subsoil model for a better earthquake emergency response plan: the case of Tirana city, Albania‘ by Prof. Dr Klodian Skrame (Polytechnic University of Tirana), and ‘Holistic matrix for deep water pockmarks geohazard assessment’ by Laurène Bazinet (Totalenergies), were featured during the event’s 28th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics.
Learn more about natural hazards assessment, geological hazards, the study of the geological factors that can lead to environmental disasters, and more, by joining our community!