Natural Hazards Newsletter

Natural hazards news, science and related activities from the U.S. Geological Survey

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March 26, 2021

Natural Hazards Newsletter - Vol. 2 | Issue Spring 2021

In this issue: When will Mauna Loa next Erupt?, ShakeOut rollout to the Pacific Northwest, Big Sur Landslides, new storymaps for earthquakes and wildfire science, expanding coverage of the "Total Water Level and Coastal Change Forecast" tools, New Reducing Risk 2021 projects, and more.

December 8, 2020

Natural Hazards Newsletter - Inaugural Issue - Vol. 1 | Issue Winter 2021

We introduce the USGS Natural Hazards newsletter. In this issue: A new geonarrative about the 2019 Ridgecrest earthquake, Potential landslide in Alaska, Subduction Zone Science, Post-wildfire debris flow assessments, new @USGS_Quakes Twitter account, Mapping faults in Puerto Rico, Coastal Change Top Story, Photo Round Up and more!

The Natural Hazards Mission Area programs are responsible for long-term planning across the full USGS hazards science portfolio, coordinating disaster response and emergency management activities, including those funded through many other programs across the bureau, including floods, hurricanes and severe storms, and wildfires.