Gerald Galgana

Dr. Gerald Galgana is a Scientist in AIR's Earthquake Research Group, where he is responsible for developing seismic hazard and kinematic block models. In particular, he has developed the Japan, Canada, and Philippine block models. He is currently a Visiting Scientist and was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Lunar and Planetary Institute, Universities Space Research Association in Houston, Texas, where he worked on NASA planetary projects. He comes from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, where he earned his M.S. and Ph.D. He received his B.S. in Geodetic Engineering and Graduate Diploma in R&D Management from the University of the Philippines. He worked as a professional Geodetic Engineer and Remote Sensing Specialist in the Philippines and has published several articles on Seismotectonics and Volcanism.

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Following are some recent blogs:

A Better Way of Assessing South American Earthquake Risk

A Better Way of Assessing South American Earthquake Risk

September 21, 2015
Earthquake Early Warning Systems Do More Than Save Lives

Earthquake Early Warning Systems Do More Than Save Lives

August 10, 2015
Will Scientists Ever Be Able to Predict Earthquakes?

Will Scientists Ever Be Able to Predict Earthquakes?

December 4, 2014
Locked and Loaded: New Research Results for South America Earthquake

Locked and Loaded: New Research Results for South America Earthquake

October 9, 2014

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