Scientists are using seismic data to track changes in hurricane patterns
If you thought the terms “snowpocalypse” and “snowmaggeddon” were the most troubling repercussions of this week’s weather, you weren’t alone.
A 27-year-old spearheads the nation’s premier hurricane forecast.
Scientists use environmental and historical data to predict hurricanes months in advance.
A brief look at the 2007 storm season.
The Big Apple is due for a hurricane and more vulnerable than ever.
Warmer temperatures, melting permafrost: beware avalanches
- asks M.P. from New York, NY
Global warming already makes plants bloom earlier, what’s next?
- asks Anonymous
- asks Sean from New York City
- asks Molly from Ohio
The international body on climate change predicts stronger hurricanes due to global warming.
--asks Jake from Gainesville, Florida.