In this section, you can find videos on EOS research, as well as diverse reports on natural hazards around the world.
In early 2020, scientists warned that a landslide-generated tsunami produced by an unstable mountain slope could potentially occur along the
This video introduces the five objectives of the Southeast Asia SEA-Level (SEA²) Program.
In the video below, Professor Benjamin Horton discusses the consequences of breaching the Paris Agreement Pledge.
Assistant Professor Aron Meltzner discusses the Mw 7.8 Alaska earthquake that struck on 22 July 2020, and how it is reminiscent of similar hazards in Southeast Asia.
PhD Student Fangyi Tan explains how ice melt in Greenland could impact sea-level rise in Southeast Asia.
In an effort to convey the urgency of climate change, media outlets may turn to sensationalising scientific findings.
During a field survey in Macau and Zhuhai, PhD student Constance Chua sees the better side of humanity as victims of Typhoon Hato recover.
Can post-disaster damage assessment be improved?
One year and 30 seismic stations later, the