A modest month for global warming. But climate change could be causing catastrophic events such as the California wildfires.
Three different earthquakes in three different tectonic settings – in the South Atlantic, Alaska and California – have one thing in common this week.
In a week when Earth scientists are remembering the birth of modern plate tectonic theory, this week’s offers examples of earthquakes at three different tectonic settings.
Mother Nature on a rampage: Irma, Jose, and Maria follow Harvey into the record books.
Earthquakes continue to shake Mexico, while there were also tremors in the South Pacific and off California.
A second earthquake in Mexico killed hundreds this week. Other featured earthquakes were in the South Pacific and Idaho.
Harvey, Irma, Maria. Is there a global warming connection?
The largest earthquake this week was a deadly event in Mexico – but there were also tremors in the Pacific Ocean south of Japan, and in Oklahoma.
Hurricane Irma has passed through Florida, leaving destruction in its wake. Power is still out for millions, and evacuees don’t know what they’ll find when they return home. It’s time to start the cleanup.
Hurricane Irma has left millions of people without power in Florida. Next will come more wind and heavy rains across Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Tennessee.