Geoscience is all embracing. This week there’s poetry to go along with climate change research and not one but two Twitter cups.
Technology interacts with our earth system. We can cause earthquakes, as well as manage natural hazards.
Winter wonders: blue moons; ice jams; wiggly jet stream; and cold, cold, cold – let’s go around the world!
The Moon put on a display this week – but earthquakes and volcanoes are also in the news.
An earthquake in Alaska, a volcano in the Philippines and a landslide in Washington State are all in the news this week.
2017 was not the warmest year, but it was the most expensive in terms of natural disasters. How were climate change and global warming affecting us last year?
The Earth is endlessly fascinating. What were last year’s earthquakes? What might come in 2018? And what is the world’s favourite fault?
While much of the US freezes, arctic warming is off the charts. Let’s examine weather around the world in December of 2017.
Jet stream bends, weather stalls, snow and rain accumulate, and there’s an omega block in the west. Enjoy this month’s climate change update from meteorologist Jon Plotkin.
This week there were earthquakes in the central Pacific, Iran and California — all of them tiny steps in an enormous, eternal process.