Not heard from you in a while! I hope you are well! I was in Kyoto last August for a while giving a presentation and also finding out about a community project in Chizu Town and had a home-stay with a family...A really great experience and I cannot wait to go back again! Let me know what you are up to and if you have anything new to add to the site that would be great too! ;)
Sorry I haven't been in a contact for a bit, I am in Geneva at the moment putting together good examples of education for disaster prevention to put on a disk for attendees at the IDRC conference in Davos next week....so it has been kind of crazy! I hope that your research is going well. I am extremely jealous of you working in Indonesia. Both their and Japan are two places I REALLY want to visit and undertake research and education projects...I think I love volcanoes too much! You can click here to see my channel on you tube where you can see my film of Stromboli erupting in 2006! Hope you are well,
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