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2019 Communicating Geohazards: Delivering Information in Crisis and Calm

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Follow the hashtag #TalkGeohazards for projects & updates!

Course participants

Kimberly Cauvel, @Kimberly_SVH
Jordan Caylor
Jeng Hann Chong
Elizabeth Davis
Audrey Dunham, tweeting for @Arizona_AWG
Robby Goldman, @RTG047
Catherine Hudson
Ellen Lamont
Carol Morton, @carolmorton
Camille Nava
Julia-Grace Sanders, @sanders_julia
Casey Smith
Joshua Wiejaczka, @joshwiejaczka
Mel Zhang

Instructors and their institutions

Beth Bartel, @EatTheCrust; @UNAVCO
Wendy Bohon, @DrWendyRocks; @IRIS_EPO
Wendy Stovall, @RocksRock; @USGSVolcanoes
Lauren Frank, Portland State University
Michael Poland, USGS Volcano Hazards Program

Participant projects

Josh Wiejaczka: Social media campaign on the Cascadia earthquake hazard, starting with the ShakeOut drill. @joshwiejaczka on Instagram and Twitter, hashtag #TalkGeohazards.

Jeng Hann Chong and Casey Smith: The Geo-Info Facebook page to dispel common hazards myths about earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis.

Kimberly Cauvel: Experts agree more tools are needed to monitor local volcanoes - Skagit Valley Herald, with associated Twitter teasers using hashtag #TalkGeohazards.

Catherine Hudson: Pull-tab art for kids on earthquake and tsunami hazards.

Robby Goldman and Camille Nava: Discussing Geohazards and the Importance of Diversity in STEM, a conversation with geoscientists.

Watch this space as we post new projects!


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