Geohazard Mitigation in Indonesia

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A Geoscientists Without Boarders presentation by Claire Ashcraft, Geology Master’s student at Brigham Young University, in October 2020. In the video below, Claire explains how In Harms Way is addressing potential earthquake hazards in Indonesia through research and public outreach, … Continued

Audio Story: “Bridge Over Troubled Water”

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This 2018 story highlights the project “Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Building Resiliency to Tsunami Hazards by training Indonesian Geoscientists and Local Communities” funded by Geoscientists Without Boarders and headed by Ron Harris, professor at Brigham Young University, and his student Torri … Continued

Tsunami Stones

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Japan has been at the receiving end of many devastating tsunamis in its history, often destroying cities and taking countless lives in the process. Rather than letting these events repeatedly ravage their descendants’ lives, many Japanese communities of the past … Continued

Repeat Offender: Krakatoa Kills Again

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History of Destruction The infamous Krakatoa continues to live up to its legacy as one of the most volatile volcanoes on the planet. Its 1883 eruption is legendary for producing the largest explosion in historic times. The sound it made … Continued