The Geologic Hazards Research conducts specialized researches to respond to geological disasters such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and landslide disasters on and around the Korean Peninsula. The research observes and analyzes natural and artificial earthquake activities, and also focuses on the characteristics of earthquake occurrence in the southeastern region, earthquake disaster evaluation, and mitigation research. In addition, the research also implements research on active tectonics, volcanoes, and landslides to protect precious lives and property from more diverse and complex geological disasters.
- Establishment of High-density Observation System, Wave Identification, and Precision Positioning Technology for MicroEarthquake
- Development of Strong Ground-Motion Simulation System Based on Physical Seismic Modeling in Southeast Region
- Development of Detection and Segmentation Technology in the Plate
- Production and publication of the first fault thematic maps (1:25,000) in Korea
- Real-time Monitoring and Information System for Landslide in National Park Area