Executive viewpoint ///

In 2004, shortly after my term began as SEG president, a massive undersea earthquake off the Sumatran coast triggered the infamous Indian Ocean tsunami that claimed a quarter-million lives. I received a flurry of emails from SEG members worldwide, asking what we could do to help, not simply as concerned citizens, but as geoscientists.

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