Earth’s extremes in the past, present, and future: Future Extremes

Prof. Natalia Nolde (UBC Statistics), Prof. Carlos Molina Hutt (UBC Civil Engineering), and Dr. Matthias Jakob (EOAS)
Thursday, November 4, 2021 · 4:00 pm
ESB 5104-06
Hosted by
Rachel White

How can science help reduce the impacts of extremes? A panel of experts presents on how we prepare for future extreme events, from understanding the statistics of extremes (Prof. Natalia Nolde, UBC Statistics), to modeling how climate change will impact landslides (Prof. Matthias Jakob, EOAS), to how we use seismic science to inform policies and building design (Prof. Carlos Molina Hutt, UBC Civil Engineering).

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