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No Longer Science Fiction: Establishing a Base on the Moon

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences Professor Clive Neal will attend the annual meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group to discuss the establishment of a permanent Moon base.

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Researchers Receive Funding to Advance Accuracy of Hurricane Storm Surge Forecasts

nwelding • Date: October 5, 2017

Supporting the need for increased understanding of natural disasters through improved modeling and forecasting, the National Science Foundation awarded a team of University of Notre Dame engineers nearly $1 million to advance accuracy in forecasting storm surge.

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Sustainability and Resiliency: Key Components in Rebuilding After the Mexico City Earthquake

As Mexico City rebuilds, changes in structural design after the 1985 earthquake will be called into question, along with new practices to make buildings resilient and sustainable.

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In wake of hurricanes, floods and wildfires, NSF awards $18.7 million in natural hazards research grants

Scientists study ways to predict and respond to natural disasters such as hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, drought, heat waves

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All eyes on Hurricane Irma: Using models for risk assessment and storm surge predictions

CEEES students utilize storm prediction models to track wave and surge conditions from Hurricane Irma.

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