Krazan provides services in describing, documenting, and understanding natural hazards and their risks in relation to land development. These activities include long-term monitoring and forecasting, short-term prediction, and real-time monitoring.
Geologic hazards include landslides, earthquakes, fault movement, ground settlement, cracking and sliding related to earthquake shaking and related hazards, erosion, sedimentation, and floods. All these hazards can potentially impact the works of man.
Many cities and counties now require a geologic hazards assessment for development, so that these hazards may be avoided or mitigated as part of the project design.