Researchers hiked and rappeled into two caves in Jamaica to collect over 40 kilograms of excrement.
Passing storms dredge up colder ocean water, curbing evaporation and decreasing cloud coverage and rainfall for weeks, satellite data reveal.
High-resolution measurements reveal the structure of the upper ocean under a hurricane and its feedback on storm intensity.
The observational evidence of the wind field of Hurricane Michael using radar imagery showed an eyewall structure evolution with elliptical, triangular, and square shapes for the first time.
Sediment cores from the Great Blue Hole reveal that a series of extreme storms hit the region after 900. The storms may have irreparably damaged an already stressed Maya population.
The Fujiwhara effect—complex interactions between large storms nearby each other—can steer hurricanes and tropical storms but doesn’t typically create colossal tempests.
New research shows a growing threat from Pacific storms amid climate change.
Tropical cyclones can inject potential vorticity directly into ocean eddies—an alternative way for tropical cyclones to leave fingerprints on the ocean besides the traditional near-inertial wave.
FEMA issued new guidance yesterday advising states to prepare for evacuations during the pandemic.
Thirty-nine years of satellite data reveal that the prevalence of intense hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons—category 3 and above on the Saffir-Simpson scale—is increasing.