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Seminars will be held via zoom – details will be sent to the CDRN mailing list, which you can join here: Please contact the organisers with queries.

The Cambridge Disaster Research Network (CDRN) is a network for those interested in disasters and natural hazards from departments across the University of Cambridge. Our objective is to connect hazard and disaster research and researchers across disciplines, and to link academic approaches to the needs and experience of practitioners. We particularly hope to connect scientific understanding of hazards to social science, humanities and arts research, and industry practitioners, required to prevent disasters.

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: Camilla Penney; Rory Walshe; Hannah Baker; Ellen Kujawa; Kate McNeil; Maria; at961; caitlin.e.hall; ekw34. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

4 upcoming talks and 31 talks in the archive.

Disaster risk management and reaching vulnerable groups

UserProfessor Jennifer Horney (University of Delaware) + Dr Sally Lindsay (Bloorview Research Institute)+ TBC Third Speaker .

HouseZoom via mailing list (see the CDRN front page) .

ClockTuesday 24 October 2023, 15:00-16:00

Islands and disasters

UserDr Liam Saddington (Department of Geography, University of Cambridge) and Dr Geoff Main (Department of Geography, University of Exeter)..

HouseZoom via mailing list (see the CDRN front page) .

ClockThursday 09 November 2023, 15:30-16:30

The 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

UserDr Abawat Supprasi (IRIDeS, Tohoku University) and Dr Miwako Kitamura (IRIDeS, Tohoku University).

HouseZoom via mailing list (see the CDRN front page) .

ClockTuesday 21 November 2023, 11:00-12:00

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