Cyclones can sweep up birds and insects and transport them great distances.
The Landslide Blog is written by Dave Petley, who is widely recognized as a world leader in the study and management of landslides. Back in February 2023 I highlighted the large numbers of landslides, and their impacts, associated with the passage of Cyclone Gabrielle in North Island of New Zealand. One landslide, at Manukau Heads, […]
A method typically used to date sediments shows promise for documenting tropical storms through history—information needed for future projections of storm activity.
The Landslide Blog is written by Dave Petley, who is widely recognized as a world leader in the study and management of landslides. Over the last two weeks, I travelled with my daughter Holly through Taiwan on vacation. Loyal readers will know that in the early part of my career I spent some time in […]
Videos of debris flows and mudflows from Storm Hilary.
A new analytical solution for Emanuel’s theory on how the winds vary with the distance from the hurricane center outside of the core of the storm.
A geoscientist helps homeowners and businesses adapt to worsening wildfires, storms, and floods.
Atmospheric and oceanic features are simultaneously strengthening and suppressing hurricane activity this year.
NOAA’s Hurricane Hunters risk their lives each time they fly into the eye of a storm to collect crucial data for forecasting, hurricane modeling, and research.
Researchers present a new analysis of surface winds and enthalpy fluxes from satellite retrievals for African easterly waves that intensify into Atlantic hurricanes.