Guess I will be expecting a full house of fleeing coastal members of DSN and Southern Fried Science! NOAA-Hurricane IRENE.View More Hurricane Irene Drives Bloggers Inland
In case you haven’t heard a 5.9 earthquake hit Virginia just outside of Richmond. I felt it in Durham, NC and Kevin felt it out on…View More Virginia Earthquake
via Hurricane Irene: Prepare for a Category 4 ‘major hurricane’ – latimes.com. Hurricane Irene continues to grow in strength and ferocity and is now on…View More Hurricane Irene: Prepare for a Category 4 ‘major hurricane’
A water spout was recorded this morning just down the road from us in Wilmington, NC. In fact, we had just moved from Carolina Beach…View More Carolina Beach Water Spout Today!
There’s a research cruise underway right now to study the impacts of radiation release from the Fukushima disaster in Japan, using the UNOLS/U. Hawaii ship…View More Follow along with Fukushima researchers
When darkness strikes, the Earth crumbles beneath your feet and Tsunamis ravish what was once your life, one man stands in defiance of the awesome…View More Give Akaiwa A Medal and a Life Supply of Sapporo Already!
On December 26th 2004, a 9.0 earthquake struck off northern Sumatra in Indonesia. This triggered a massive tsunami that affected Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Sri…View More From the Editor’s Desk: The Environmental Impacts of Tsunamis
Remember Chikyu? Japan’s monster ship also called “Godzilla-maru” because of its 210 m length and a drill derrick that rises 100 m off the deck.…View More Japan’s Drilling Vessel Chikyu Damaged By Tsunami
Before you watch the videos below I urge you to head over to Highly Allochthonous. Chris Rowan has two excellent posts explaining the geology behind…View More Tsunami Video Roundup
An occasional series where we briefly report 3 new studies and tell you why they are cool! Heightened biodiversity may make an ecosystem more stabile…View More Tide Pool: Cephalopods, Ash, and Sulphur Are to Blame