Posts Tagged ‘sandy’

2012 Extremes

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013
midwest, drought, extreme, events, weather, floods, hurricanes, storms, sandy, heat, climate, change, global warming, variability, el nino, la nina

When are extreme events part of natural climate variability and when are they due to climate change?

Superstorms and Seismic Waves

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013
earthquakes, storms, superstorms, seismic waves, seismometer, Katrina, Sandy, Irene, hurricane, meteor

By Molly Michelson Did you feel a small tremor rumbling underground last fall? Seismometers as far west as Seattle lit up on October 30. But the source of the recorded energy didn’t come from an earthquake. It came from Superstorm Sandy, an extreme hurricane that hit the East Coast thousands of miles away. What the…? […]

Extreme Weather & Climate

Monday, February 18th, 2013
drought, midwest, extreme, climate change, weather, texas, nemo, sandy, plants, animals, global warming

Can extreme weather events be linked to climate change? What about specific events like Sandy and the Midwestern drought?

Lets Talk about Climate Change

Monday, November 12th, 2012

With Hurricane Sandy and the re-election of Barack Obama, perhaps it’s a good time to discuss climate change.

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