This week saw earthquake in convergent, divergent and transverse margins – in Alaska, Russia and California. What’s behind this week’s quakes?
Archives for January 2015
For optimists: This winter isn’t as bad as last in some places; Courgette is over; The Pope doused, but spared strong winds. For pessimists: Killer ice and floods — and the warmest year yet.
Bacteria, among the first living organisms on Earth, evolve at a pace that we accelerate with overuse of antibiotics. Could a dirt-based antibiotic help solve this problem?
Oral Vitamin E shows promise in reducing symptoms of CAD (Canine Atopic Dermatitis) – one of the most common skin conditions in dogs.
Myths of canine behaviour: stress and calming signals which are often mistaken for aggression, dominance, or even happiness.
After years of tepid economic activity, the U.S. economy has posted its two strongest consecutive quarters of growth since 2003. What’s in store for 2015?
El Niño and La Niña conditions affect weather worldwide – but is there an El Niño or not? Opinions differ, and Decoded Science is taking a stand.
With no large earthquakes, this week there’s an opportunity to look at earthquakes on spreading ridges and on an ancient collision zone in Connecticut.
Snow in Jacksonville and Jerusalem, freezing football fans, a powerful tropical cyclone, and sweet citrus are all in this week’s weather news.
Snow gets the news when it is more than a few inches deep. But a glaze of ice just a hundredth of an inch thick can cause roadway wrecks for cars and bruising or bone-breaking falls for pedestrians.