Natural hazards are naturally occurring physical phenomena that can adversely affect humans, infrastructure, and society. Human activity can alleviate or exacerbate the impacts of these events.  In the geosciences, natural hazards can be classified as primarily geophysical, such as earthquakes or landslides, hydrological, such as flooding, or climatological, such as glacial changes or sea level rise.  The primary goal of our research is to provide a better understanding of the processes that govern natural hazards using acquisition and analysis of data from both ground-based geophysical methods and satellite remote sensing, as well as computational modeling. Together and separately we investigate the implications and consequences of hazards such as earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, flooding, groundwater changes, subsidence, sea level rise and glacial and permafrost dynamics on infrastructure and society.