It’s inevitable that this week’s earthquake news is dominated by events in Nepal, but earthquakes also occurred in Canada and the United States.
Archives for April 2015
There are few more important substances to civilization than crude oil or petroleum. Was crude oil or petroleum formed via the biotic or the abiotic theory?
Carbon dioxide removal (CDR) is a form of geoengineering proposed to combat climate change. Types of CDR include land management of forests and agriculture, tweaking the natural carbon cycle through weathering on land and in the ocean, and carbon capture and sequestration technologies.
Hydra turns deadly on Mobile Bay and water temperatures indicate a busy — or maybe not-so-busy — hurricane season.
The deadly M7.8 earthquake which struck Nepal on 25 April resulted from the continental collision between India and Eurasia.
More extreme weather is on tap for much of the US — including cold, snow, lightning, hail, and tornadoes.
This week there were noteworthy tremors in the western Pacific and the Mediterranean, while in the US Oklahoma’s earthquake swarm continues.
With monetary policy now in full force around the globe, the impacts of quantitative easing include currency manipulation. How is the U.S. economy affected?
Over the past century, much of Colorado’s seismic activity has been the result of human activity; but larger forces are also at work.
This week, there are no tropical cyclones, and Atlanta’s seeing record rainfall, but all eyes are on El Niño and its effect on weather across the globe.