CLARITY FOR DECISIONMAKING

Making disasters and risk viewable and scalable

The Disasters program area of NASA's Earth Science Applied Sciences Program uses Earth-observing data and applied research to improve the prediction of, preparation for, response to and recovery from hazards and disasters around the world. Before, during and after disasters strike, our team coordinates with decision-makers and local governments, providing actionable data to recover from disaster impacts and build resilient communities.  

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Earthquakes | Hurricanes & Cyclones | TsunamisFires | Floods | Oil Spills | Severe & Winter Weather | Industrial Incidents | Landslides | Volcanoes | Tsunamis


Save the Date! Join us Aug. 9 - 12 for NASA Earth Science Applications Week, where experts and end users from within and outside the agency speak about solutions to our planet's most pressing concerns.  Click here to learn more.

 

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