The Pinatubo Eruption: a 25-Year Retrospective by Dr. Kelvin Rodolfo

Dr. Kelvin Rodolfo

Dr. Kelvin Rodolfo (Photo credit: Academia)

The SoSS Research Cluster on Environment, Society and Sustainable Development In partnership with the Manila Observatory and the Geophysics Research Group and Department of Sociology and Anthropology invite you to the lecture

The Pinatubo Eruption: A 25-Year Retrospective

by Dr. Kelvin Rodolfo

on 26 February 2016, Friday, 2:00 pm to 4:-00 pm, Heyden Hall, Manila Observatory

About the lecture:

Dr. Rodolfo will discuss the geophysics and volcanology of the 1991 eruption and its continuing effects following the laharic aftermath. He is a leading international Expert on lahar and will speak from his first-hand observation, experience, and knowledge of Mt. Pinatubo?s eruption and on considerations for the future development of impacted areas.

Dr. Rodolfo, a geologist, is a Senior Research Fellow of the Manila Observatory. He is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Science and Technology. He is visiting Manila after a hiatus of several years and is currently engaged with Project NOAH and in independent investigations of
the proposed reclamation of Manila Bay and the Laguna Lake Road Dike project.

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Ateneo de Manila University
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