Minerva Intelligence

The CNHR is pleased to be announce a new collaboration with Minerva Intelligence to launch joint educational and research activities with an emphasis on the application of AI technology to the study of natural hazards. This is exemplified by a new project aimed at studying Sea to Sky Geohazards.

Canadian Mountain Networl

The CNHR is pleased to be announce the successful funding of The Mountain Risk Knowledge Exchange - Building Risk Management Capacity and Resilience in Mountain Communities, an initiative within the Canadian Mountain Network.

As part of this inititiave, we are seeking applications for a M.Sc. or Ph.D. position in Natural Hazards communications and Citizen science - tentative start date Jan. 1, 2020.

Dr. Jessica Pilarczyk

The Department of Earth Sciences and CNHR are very pleased to welcome Dr. Jessica Pilarczyk as our new Assistant Professor in Natural Hazards.

Risky Ground


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