Those with disabilities can experience more physical impacts and can be more socially isolated than the able-bodied
Water from the swollen Mississippi River fueled algae blooms and reduced salinity in the Gulf of Mexico
Lava flow records and sedimentary and Antarctic ice core data show evidence of planetary magnetic field activity 20,000 years before the beginning of the last pole reversal.
Rather than simply rebuilding, the $7.65 billion is intended to reduce communities’ vulnerabilities to storms, floods and fires
Millions of taxpayer dollars have been spent over decades to restore eroding East Coast beaches
After pummeling the Bahamas, the storm is expected to skirt the East Coast of the U.S.
As Hurricane Dorian approaches Florida, consider that feeding style means that aggressive tangle-web spider colonies produce more offspring after severe weather, while docile colonies do better in calm conditions...
New research finds connections between ocean temperatures and tornado activity
The impacts of a changing climate have been evident around the state all season
The composition of ground rock in a area influences the likelihood of electrical blackouts from solar storms
A few brief reports about international science and technology from Guatemala to Australia, including one about the first recorded tornado in Nepal.
Climate-related disasters are happening more frequently and affecting a broad cross-section of the economy
Rains from the system will prolong the already historic flooding along the Mississippi
Storm surge and torrential rains will bring flooding to Louisiana and potentially tax levees
High waters continue to swamp towns and agricultural fields throughout the Mississippi basin
The agenda urges emissions reductions and a guarantee of access to clean water
Protecting against flood and wind yields higher average benefits than fire and earthquakes
Louisiana and Texas accounted for half the money paid out by the National Flood Insurance Program since 1973
Nightmarish spherical videos, shot from the center of an inferno, demonstrate how they spread
Six years ago, lake levels were low, now lakeside communities face widespread flooding