Climate research at EOS aims to fill a gap of much-needed information on climatic forces in Southeast Asia, allowing better forecasts of climate change consequences in the region.
Risk and Society
EOS conducts research that links policy and social science inquiry with its natural science research with education and outreach involvement in areas affected by natural hazards.
Southeast Asia with its large, active faults, as well as a number of major subduction zones, provides a natural laboratory to study Earth deformation processes with global relevance.
EOS Volcano Group conducts geologic, geochemical and geophysical studies to improve understanding of volcanic activity, particularly processes related to eruptions.
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Tackling the troubles of tropical rivers
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EOS hosted the 9th International Conference on Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate Change
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Why is the interior of the Earth hot?
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