NASA's Earth Applied Sciences Disasters program area recently participated in the biennial Understanding Risk Global Forum (UR22). The hybrid event brought together 2,500 people from the private, public, nonprofit, technology, research, academic, and financial sectors to cultivate new ideas and foster collaboration in support of disaster risk reduction. We shared our work to advance disaster science and turn knowledge into action that benefits all of society.
Get a glimpse of what we shared with these videos highlighting some of the progress and impact we are making:
"Hail Storm Risk Assessment Using Space-Borne Remote Sensing Observations and Reanalyses" - Kristopher Bedka
"Model of Models: An Ensemble model for Global Flood Severity Alerts" - Margaret Glasscoe
"Global Economic Disruption Index (GEDI)" - Charles K. Huyck
"Fire, Ice and Safer Skies: NASA Satellites Track Volcanic Clouds" - Nickolay Krotkov