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Turkey and Syria earthquake - SFU experts available
Thousands are feared dead after a major 7.8-magnitude earthquake and a series of aftershocks struck Turkey and Syria. Simon Fraser University experts are available to speak to media about this event, continued risk of aftershocks, recovery efforts, earthquakes in general and also British Columbia’s vulnerability and preparedness.
AVAILABLE SFU EXPERTS
JOHN CLAGUE, professor emeritus, Earth Sciences, CRC Chair in Natural Hazard Science | email@example.com
Expertise: natural hazards, earthquake hazards and preparedness, injury and loss of life compounded by Syrian conflict
BRENT WARD, professor, Earth Sciences, co-director, Centre for Natural Hazards Research | firstname.lastname@example.org
Expertise: natural hazards, earthquakes, recent work on active faults in B.C.
MATT KIELTYKA, SFU Communications & Marketing
236.880.2187 | email@example.com
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