What lurks in the Arctic’s thawing permafrost?
Why it’s so hard to compare contemporary tropical cyclones to those from the 19th century
Why now? Why this? And will it make Twitter better?
“Seeing those words made me disgusted and disappointed—disgusted by these sentiments and disappointed that our systems allowed this.”
The reporter's interview with H.R. McMaster was a missed opportunity.
“Facebook can monitor the things it does that make it money.”
“We kept on trying to wrap our heads around [that forecast] as we made it.”
The agency’s recent strategic update gives it a much more active role in girding for disasters.
“I have little doubt Irma will go down as one of the most infamous in Atlantic hurricane history.”
The hurricane is leaving flat expanses of land where ocean used to be, but all that water will rush back as storm surge.
It was supposed to be a quiet year.
“It appears we continue to be on track for publication at the beginning of November,” says one of the study’s authors.
There’s a reason forecasters still track the giant storms by hand.
Why scientists are preparing to freeze the research vessel Polarstern in sea ice near the North Pole
Wetlands directly prevented half a billion dollars in damages during Hurricane Sandy, a new study has found.
At least one high-profile National Weather Service forecast got it right.
Research suggests a warming world will have less frequent, more intense tropical cyclones.
“The human contribution can be up to 30 percent or so of the total rainfall coming out of the storm.”
Scientists believe they’ve answered: How deep is a continental plate?
He’s spoken in support of Confederate statues while threatening to undo as many as 27 conservation parks.
The Department of Justice is seeking the 1.3 million IP addresses that accessed a website advertising Inauguration Day protests.