This hurricane season has broken multiple records already.
Archaeologists digging in Martinique chanced upon the first tsunami deposit from the earthquake found in the New World. The tsunami left a strong trace, it seems, because the wave went up a river.
Florida residents prepare for potentially catastrophic winds and flooding.
Nations that border the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea are ideally placed for tracking the effects of global climate change and testing innovative ways to adapt to future changes.
The Sargassum Watch System processes satellite data and feeds results to a Web portal, giving decision makers timely information on seaweed location and warnings for potential beaching events.
XCUBE Workshop; Camagüey, Cuba, 16–18 November 2015
Symposium on Airborne Dust, Climate Change, and Human Health; Miami, Florida, 19–21 May 2015
A 30-year climate analysis reveals an increase in sea surface temperatures in the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the surrounding region.