Our main goal is bracketing the frequency or velocity of hazardous geological phenomena. We have a long experience in combining a wide array of numerical dating methods, including Radiocarbon, Uranium series, Terrestrial Cosmonuclides (Be-10, Al-26, Cl-36), Thermoluminescence (TL), Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL, IRSL), calibration curves for regional geochronology (aminoacid racemization on shells, soil chronosequences), paleomagnetism and dendrochronology. We use these methods in collaboration with external laboratories, always seeking a tight scientific collaboration with the best international especialists. Improving these methods and the reduction of uncertainties are key to establish the probability of hazardous phenomena in the future.

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