AGU holds an annual public lecture on a hot topic in Earth and/or space science at its annual meeting in San Francisco.
Public Lecture by Earthquake Expert Lucile Jones
Public Lecture at Fall Meeting 2013: Imagine an America without Los Angeles: Natural Hazards and the Complexity of Urban America
Dr. Lucile Jones, Science Advisor for Risk Reduction with the United States Geological Survey, will deliver the American Geophysical Union’s annual public lecture at the 2013 Fall Meeting in San Francisco. A familiar face to many in California, Jones is frequently interviewed on television after major earthquakes in southern California. Her work has resulted in more than 100 publications regarding hazards science. Her current SAFRR (Science Application for Risk Reduction) Project has the mission of innovating the application of hazards science to help protect the safety, security, and economic well-being of the Nation. The talk is open to all ages and geared towards non-scientists. This event will take place on Sunday, 8 December 2013 from 12:00-1:00pm in Moscone South- Room 102.
Dr. Lucile Jones
Science Advisor for Risk Reduction
Natural Hazards Mission Area: SAFRR Project
United States Geological Survey
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