A few recent headlines to help you ponder and protect our planet.
Posts Tagged ‘drought’
How do monarch butterflies know when to head north? Temperature!
Can extreme weather events be linked to climate change? What about specific events like Sandy and the Midwestern drought?
Are drought measuring techniques oversimplified?
Did rainfall contribute to the rise and fall of the Maya?
This month we looked at a coronal mass ejection, the hottest July on record, Hurricane Isaac and the recent Costa Rican earthquake—all from space.
Some recent headlines offer updates to stories we’ve run in the past few months.
Last week, NASA scientists announced that La Niña weather pattern could be on its way.
Scientists have found evidence of drought in early Jamestown through oyster shells.