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Preliminary findings suggest that a mysterious series of earthquakes in the Pacific could be down to previously undetected platesScientists say they have found a possible layer of tectonic plates within the Earth’s mantle which could explain a mysterious series of earthquakes in the Pacific.For more than half a century scientists have known that continents d […]
Reports of damage to the Hillary Step, the major challenge before the summit, remind us that we do not own awesome places, whatever names we give themIt’s a scene from one of John Martin’s apocalyptic paintings. Or a modern disaster movie. But this isn’t CGI. Everest may have begun to collapse, as if under the collective weight of its explorers. Related: Mou […]
Tim Mosedale says destruction of rocky outcrop, possibly in 2015 earthquake, may make climbing to summit more dangerousA British mountaineer has confirmed that a famous rocky outcrop near the peak of Mount Everest has collapsed, potentially making the climb more dangerous. The Hillary Step, named after Sir Edmund Hillary who, along with the sherpa Tenzing No […]
Small but unstoppable increases will double frequency of extreme water levels with dire consequences, say scientistsSmall but inevitable rises in sea level will double the frequency of severe coastal flooding in most of the world with dire consequences for major cities that sit on coastlines, according to scientists.The research takes in to account the large […]
With funding from the US National Science Foundation and other government grants, scientists and meteorologists from the Center for Severe Weather Research try to get close to supercell storms and tornadoes. They’re trying to better understand tornado structure and strength, how low-level winds affect and damage buildings, and to learn more about tornado for […]
Cyclone Enawo was the biggest storm in more than a decade to hit Madagascar. It left scores dead and triggered floods and landslides, destroying tens of thousands of homes. Two months on, the remarkable story of the village of Antanandava is a testament to Madagascan resilience It was late morning when Cyclone Enawo made landfall on Madagascar’s north-east c […]
Data models show UK to be at mercy of fiercer winds and insurers call for action to reinforce buildingsThe UK is set to reap the whirlwind of climate change with the huge damage caused by wind storms expected to increase sharply, according to new analysis.Even the minimum global warming now expected – just 1.5C – is projected to raise the cost of windstorm d […]
Torrential downpours in Louisiana led to catastrophic flooding in August 2016, submerging entire communities and displacing thousands of residents. Volunteers did whatever they could to help – rescuing stranded people, organising food and shelter and providing security. In their own words, members of the self-styled ‘Cajun army’ tell the inspirational story […]
Area east of Dallas hit hard by storms, sending 56 people to hospitalAt least three dead in Arkansas; fatalities in Mississippi and MissouriAt least 13 people have been killed by tornadoes and flooding in the south and midwest, including a two-year-old girl who died after being hit by a falling soccer goalpost in Tennessee. Tornadoes hit several small towns […]
By following the flow of seawater deep into the earth’s crust, researchers hope to understand the region’s instabilityGeologically speaking the Caribbean is a lively place. Recent reminders include the 1995 volcanic eruption on Montserrat, and the devastating magnitude 7 earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010. Occasionally the Caribbean produces even m […]