News | Coastal Lab - Adam Switzer
  • Press Release
10 Feb 2017

Scientists at the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) and Asian School of the Environment (ASE), at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and collaborating institutions in the United States, the Netherlands, and Indonesia, have discovered that more than 6,000 years ago sea level in Southeast Asia saw huge fluctuations in the absence of human-driven climate change.

  • EOS News
19 Oct 2016

Scientists from the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) have successfully assessed the probability of tsunami hazards for the South China Sea coasts with greater accuracy. They found that these coasts face a greater risk of tsunami hazards than previously thought.

  • Press Release
21 Oct 2015

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University have discovered the likely source of a late 18th century tsunami which happened in southwest Taiwan. This was the largest and most fatal tsunami ever reported in the South China Sea.

  • EOS News
23 Oct 2015

According to findings by Assistant Professor Adam Switzer and his team, southwestern Taiwan is susecptible to tsunamis.

  • EOS News
06 Jan 2014

A recent study investigated the historical records of tsunamis generated by volcanoes in the region.

  • EOS News
24 Jul 2013

This Knowledge Capsule summarizes the ongoing research of Asst. Prof. Adam Switzer and his team in the coastlines of Southeast Asia and the South China Sea.

  • EOS News
31 Dec 2012

The Coastal Lab is active in sustainability research. Assistant Professor Adam Switzer gave invited presentations on 'Coastal Living in Asia: Will the Risks Be Greater in a Future Warmer Climate?' at two conferences in 2012.

  • EOS News
31 Dec 2012

The micro-drilling room is ready for action.