The Indian monsoon has more than a rainy phase; this year’s heat wave is a killer – over a thousand people have died from temperature extremes.
Archives for May 2015
An earthquake of M6.7 struck the notoriously seismologically-vulnerable state of Alaska. How big was it in context, and what was its cause?
This week, earthquakes in the Solomon Islands, South Sandwich and Nevada provided the talking points. But what about the current theories of a planetary-inspired Really Big One?
With first quarter GDP barely positive and the Economic Confidence Index turning downward, is the U.S. economy inching its way toward a recession?
Hurricane season is here and historic rains hit Texas. Will the rain stop and will the hurricanes come?
Weather Pattern Government changes emphasis but it still doesn’t move much. Is this the pattern for the summer?
Diesel and gasoline are mainstays of technology. As the climate evolves to a warmer state, will we elect to replace fossil fuel with synthetic gasoline?
Sea Surface Temperatures in the Pacific jumped up in the last month, prompting NOAA to increase the strength and longevity forecasts for El Niño. A powerful El Niño can affect weather worldwide.
The California oil spill is spreading, and fish, birds, and whales could see the effects, as the ecological damage has long-term impacts on ocean life.
This week was all about the southern Pacifica and the western Pacific. But there was earthquake activity in California, too.