I also study seismic signals associated with landsliding, so I guess overall I'm kind of a hazards junkie. I don't have a ton of easy reading about my work, but all (or at least many...I can't remember) of my published papers may be found here (although those are going to be pretty dense): https://works.bepress.com/jacqueline_caplan-auerbach/.
I am currently working on a project in which we deployed seismometers on the seafloor near Kilauea volcano during its recent eruptive activity, and my university did a short article about it here: https://westerntoday.wwu.edu/features/geologys-jackie-caplan-auerbach-spends-week-at-sea-dropping-instruments-offshore-of-kilauea.
They also did a video about our work, although that was mostly done as a marketing tool:https://vimeo.com/296791353/9be62098b6?fbclid=IwAR1HvyXRNImVDiGxLEiSglLCfC40Zts-EqhD-g4vj_l7RJxBYGLVd1NlznA.
My web page is an embarrassment, but there's a tiny bit of info there: http://myweb.facstaff.wwu.edu/caplanj/
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