Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Seas and Waves Roaring

Seas and Waves Roaring

As Hurricane Ian barrels towards Florida, officials there are activating emergency plans and urging residents to evacuate from vulnerable areas.Ian weakened slightly after passing over Cuba but remains a "major" Category 3 storm, the National Hurricane Center said in...
Power gas gone out across all of the US territory of Puerto Rico on Sunday, according to PowerOutage.us, as Hurricane Fiona bears down on the islands, which are already grappling with the threat of flooding and mudslides stemming from...
The strongest storm in a decade could be upon Alaska’s western coasts this weekend as forecasters warned of a front bearing hurricane-force winds, massive seas, and enough rain for coastal flooding.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONbX4kYIjQcA low pressure front in the Bering Straight is...
One of Antarctica's most important glaciers is holding on "by its fingernails" as warming temperatures around the globe threaten to cause further deterioration, which could then destabilize the glaciers in the entire region. The Thwaites glacier, located in the Amundsen Sea in...
The findings come from the second iteration of the World Risk Poll, which was commissioned by global safety charity Lloyd’s Register Foundation and undertaken by analytics firm Gallup. The study — which surveyed more than 125,000 people across 121...
Tsunami waves as high as 42 feet could hit the US city of Seattle in the event of a powerful earthquake, a simulation showed. According to a scientific model designed by geologists at the Washington State Department of Natural Resources,...
The Anthropocene is the name scientists proposed to give to the present epoch in Earth’s history, one that is driven by human impacts like climate change. In their study, theoretical physicist Professor Orfeu Bertolami of the University of Porto...
There are a million ways to die in New York City but drowning in a rainstorm is not something many New Yorkers have ever worried about.That changed last September when the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit the Big Apple, unleashing...
Evacuations have begun on the Azore Island of Sāo Jorge (Sao Jorge) in the Atlantic where more than 12,000 earthquakes have rocked the region in the last week. With ground deformation indicated and measured by Earth observing satellites, it...
Flooding along U.S. coasts is expected to be a worse problem starting in the 2030s due to the combination of a “wobble” in the moon’s orbit and rising sea levels resulting from climate change, according to a new NASA...

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