Natural Hazards

Archives / 2023 / March

Understanding and assessing hydrological extremes, a discussion with Alberto Viglione

Photo credit: Image by Dean Moriarty from Pixabay (Pixabay License)

Extreme hydrological events affect billions of people worldwide, and their negative impacts will likely increase due to climate change, urbanisation and ageing infrastructure. Further understanding of hydrological extremes and societal responses to floods is critical in mitigating flood risk and creating better urban environments. In today’s interview, we talk with Prof. Alberto Viglione. Al ...[Read More]

New positions to join the Natural Hazards Division team!

New positions to join the Natural Hazards Division team!

Interested in being actively involved in shaping the EGU NH Division activities and organising the annual General Assembly?  Are you working in the Natural Hazards field? Then keep reading… we need you! Our Division is seeking: a new Science Officer for the NH10 Multi-Hazards sub-division a new Social Media Coordinator For both positions, the term is fixed for a two-year period with a possible ext ...[Read More]