Neal Driscoll

Professor of Geosciences · UC San Diego

Neal Driscoll co-leads the ALERTWildfire network, and also researches tectonic deformation and the evolution of landscapes and seascapes.

Tsunami Wildfire Landscape and Seascape Evolution Tectonics and Structural Geology Marine Geology and Geophysics

Amir AghaKouchak

Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering · UC Irvine

Amir AghaKouchak studies how climate change and variability influence extreme events (flood/drought/heatwaves) and compound hazards.

Climate Extremes Climatology Climate Change Flood Drought

Mika McKinnon

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

Will Vizuete, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences & Engineering, Gillings School of Global Public Health · UNC at Chapel Hill

Will Vizuete works to improve understanding of the formation of atmospheric air pollution.

Environmental Science Air Pollution Mechanical Engineering Public Health Air Quality

Emma "Mickey" MacKie

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Mickey MacKie uses geophysical observations and machine learning techniques to study the topography, geology and hydrology of glaciers.

Cryosphere Research Glaciology Topography, geology and hydrology of Glaciers Machine Learning Glaciers

Helen Fricker

Professor · UC San Diego

Helen Amanda Fricker's research focuses on ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland and their role in the climate system.

Sea-Level Rise Ice Sheets and Sea Levels Antarctic Geophysics Planetary Physics Geophysics

Chip Konrad, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Geography, and Director of NOAA's Southeast Regional Climate Center, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Interests include a wide range of climatology and meteorology areas -- tornadoes, hurricanes, heat waves, winter weather, more.

Climatology Meteorology Extreme Weather Atmospheric Science Heavy precipitation

Jonathan M. Lees, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences (EMES), College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Professor Lees is an expert in fault zones, volcano imaging, explosive volcanism and geothermal imaging.

Geological Sciences Siesmology Volcanology Tomography of Fault Zones Regional Tomographic Inversion

Platon Kostelletos

Freelancer Geologist · Freelancer

Freelancer Geologist

Geology Geotechnics Mining

Ryan Jakubowski, M.S., P.G.

Senior Hydrogeologist & Geochemist · Global Water Experts

Mr. Jakubowski has over 10 years of experience as a hydrogeologist/geochemist working primarily for mining and industrial clients

Acid Rock Drainage Metal Leaching Integrated Water Management Sustainable Resource Management

Daniel Peppe, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director Department of Geosciences · Baylor University

Daniel Peppe's research focuses on understanding how plant and animal communities respond to changes in climate through Earth history.

Paleobotany Paleoclimatology Paleomagnatism Ecosystems Paleoecology

David Berube

Clinical Associate Professor of Physics · Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Solar Wind Magnetosphere

James Taylor

CEO and Principal Consultant · Decision Management Solutions

Leading authority on Decision Management and the effective use of business rules and predictive analytics

Decision Management Business Rules Predictive Analytics

Emily Hawkins

Assistant Professor · Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Rotating Turbulence Experimental Planetary Science Fluid Physics Space Physics Geophysical Fluid Dynamics