As you might recall from our last issue, the Natural Hazards Observer has a new editor and a brand new look. We're happy to let you know that the January Observer is available online now!

This totally redesigned issue features invited comments, a photo essay, and many more perks. With a focus on the tenth anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, this month's issue is all about rehabilitation and reconstruction. Content includes:

Rebuild by Design—Lessons learned from the evaluation of HUD's post-Sandy resilience design competition. By Carlos Martín

Aceh Revisited—Ten years after the Indian Ocean tsunami. By Rein Skullerud

Always on Alert—Tsunami sentinels in the Indian Ocean. By Nirmal Ghosh

Ground Wars: The Empire State Strikes Frack—The ongoing controversy over hydraulic fracturing. By Stacia Ryder

We're sure you'll be impressed with the new look of the Observer online, but you should see it in print! A year's subscription to the print edition is $30. Those interested in subscribing can sign up on our subscription page using a credit card, or be invoiced later.