The northern hemisphere is in mid-autumn — there’s even a little snow — but the tropical Pacific typhoon and hurricane season is still going strong.
Archives for October 2015
Feedback and geometry conspire to warm the north polar region much faster than anywhere else. What are the ramifications?
Location, location, location. It might be warmer, colder, wetter, or drier than normal this winter. Depends where you are.
This week’s digest looks at three earthquakes with very different sources – in the north west Pacific, New Zealand and Oklahoma.
A fall heat wave can feel much better than a summer one. But a waterspout by any name can delay the mail.
Although the economy is experiencing a long recovery by historical standards, GDP growth has been slower than normal due to three adverse trends.
This week saw an ongoing aftershock sequence off Chile, plus earthquakes near Madagascar and off the coast of Oregon.
A lot of rain falls on the earth. This week South Carolina and the French Riviera got more than their share.
Gels are the primary constituents of modern disposable diapers. Their uses are wide-ranging and valuable.
Joaquin is headed out to sea. But a historic flood looms from Carolina to Canada and Joaquin is part of the cause..