Research Meteorologist, Director of the Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes (CW3E) · UC San Diego
F. Martin Ralph is a research meteorologist focused on understanding the processes that create extremes in precipitation.
Atmospheric Rivers Observations Atmospheric Chemistry Precipitation Hydrometeorology
Professor Emeritus · Western Carolina University
Beverly Collins' research interests include vegetation ecology, especially mechanisms that drive structure & dynamics of plant communities.
Biology Ecological Methods Ecology Ecology and Evolution Physiological and Ecosystem Ecology
Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering · Georgia Tech - COE
Hermann Fritz's research centers on fluid dynamic aspects of natural hazards such as tsunamis, hurricane storm surges and landslides.
Fluid Dynamic of Natural Hazards Hurricane Storm Surges and Landslides Tsunamis Coastal Systems
Professor of Practice Civil and Environmental Engineering; Director, Railway Engineering and Safety Program · University of Delaware
Prof. Zarembski has expertise in railroad track engineering and railroad safety.
Railroad Track Engineering Railroad Safety Derailment Analysis Wheel-Rail Interaction Rail Inspection
Associate Professor of Geology · Southern Utah University
Specializing in volcanoes and understanding how and why magma accumulates in the Earth’s crust
Structural Geology Chemistry of Minerals Potential Natural Disasters in Southern Utah Potential Geological Hazards in Southern Utah Volcanology
Associate Professor · University of Florida
Jason von Meding is an expert in how disaster affects people.
Disaster and Public Health Preparedness Natural Disaster Assessment Disaster Risk Reduction Disaster Management Sustainability
Geophysicist · Independent
Field geophysicist, disaster researcher, scifi science consultant, science writer, public speaker, irrepressible educator.
Disaster Risk Reduction Geophysics Science and Policy Science Fiction Science Fiction Film and Tv
Fellow · Outer Space Institute
Professional Martian who has worked on rocks and robots on the Red Planet.
Space and Astrophysics Climate Change Satellite Based Remote Sensing of the Earth/atmosphere System Earth Science Women in STEM Careers
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION · NASA
Research Scientist & iNaturalist
Astronomy iNaturalist Futuristic Thinking Research & Development Technology & Innovation
Professor, Structural Engineering · UC San Diego
Joel Conte specializes in the design of safer and more economic structures, especially regarding earthquakes.
Computer Modeling and Simulation Earthquake Engineering Structural Analysis Earthquake Bridges