Haiti Quake and Reconstruction Resources
Earth Institute scientists are involved in long-term projects to study continued earthquake risk in Haiti and surrounding countries, and to aid reconstruction and development. Our Haiti Earthquake pages: http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/blog/tag/haiti-earthquake/ contain continually updated resources for journalists. Seismologists, natural-disaster experts and others continue to provide interviews, images and essays on the implications and outlook. These include assessments of future quake risk; quick links to published media; reports from staff who were in Haiti; and opinion pieces.
For interviews, journalists may call scientists directly or through press officers (below).
Art Lerner-Lam 845-365-8356 firstname.lastname@example.org
Seismology, earthquake hazard; social, economic and geologic factors affecting natural disasters.
Marc Levy, deputy director & political scientist, Center for International Earth Science Information Network. In Haiti during quake.
Alex Fischer, political scientist, groundwater scientist, Center for International Earth Science Information Network. In Haiti during quake.
For experts on public health or history of Haiti, call: John Tucker, Columbia University Public Affairs.
For experts on economics, politics, international affairs,
call: Tanya Domi 646-512-0273 email@example.com
Earth Institute director Jeffrey Sachs and executive director Steve Cohen are available for interviews on a selected basis.
Haiti Earthquake pages: http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu/blog/tag/haiti-earthquake/
Kevin Krajick, senior science writer, The Earth Institute, Columbia University
Office: 212-854-9729 Mobile: 917-361-7766 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Martineau, science writer, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, The Earth Institute, Columbia University
Office: 845-365-8708 Mobile: 347-753-4816, email@example.com
Clare Oh, Columbia University Public Affairs asst. director, strategic communication
Office: 212-854-5497 Mobile: 646-415-2479 firstname.lastname@example.org