As bigger wildfires occur more frequently, even ecosystems adapted to fire may have difficulty recovering
Have we seen the last days of Fissure 8? Or is it merely sleeping.
Kilauea's gone quiet, but is this really the end of the Lower East Rift Zone eruption?
Hail causes most thunderstorm-related damage and could become more common with warming
Human development patterns can be a larger influence on blazes in some places
Residents rebuilding after last year’s deadly Tubbs Fire are taking more precautions
Indonesia’s Lombok quake revives the question of taking cover versus running outside
Communities hit by devastating floods grapple with how to protect themselves
The Golden State’s fiery woes are clearly visible all the way from low-Earth orbit
Building houses at the edge of the wilderness increases the danger of catastrophic blazes
The president also ignores the role of climate change in fueling fires, experts say
The temblor occurred where one tectonic plate is diving beneath another
Differences observed along the Cascadia Fault explain why certain areas see more rumbling
Weather forecasters will soon provide instant assessments of global warming’s influence on extreme events
Departments face climate-driven changes to fire behavior, like a year-round season
Volcanoes: A Beginner's Guide, by Rosaly Lopes
Coastal communities struggling to adapt to rising seas are beginning to do what was once unthinkable: retreat
Volcanic tornadoes, choking fog, “laze,” lightning, hail, waterspouts and even frost are created above hot eruptions
When it comes to the unsustainable development of the American coastline, New Jersey owns the honor of being the first and worst. But one town in the state is experimenting with moving a cluster of people out of harm’s way and turning the newly open land into a flood buffer to protect the rest of the community...