Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure

Academic & Scientific
United States of America

Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure, NHERI, is a nation-wide, shared-use network of facilities tailored for the natural hazards engineering research community.

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Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure
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Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure, NHERI, is a nation-wide, shared-use network of facilities tailored for the natural hazards engineering research community. Investigators employ our sites to test innovative ideas for mitigating damage from earthquakes, windstorms, tsunamis and related water hazards.

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