One mitigation strategy—relocating people and sensitive infrastructure to higher ground—eventually will need to be considered as sea level rise accelerates.
Hurricane Sandy moved a lot of debris, but where did it all end up?
Researchers look back in time to help understand our warmer future.
Sediment cores from a Massachusetts pond help suggest that as ocean temperatures rise, the occurrence of severe hurricanes along North America's Atlantic coast will increase.
The storm surge affected 11.4% more people and 11.6% more housing units than it would have without sea level rise.
Mud layers in a stalagmite from a cave on the Yucatán Peninsula show hurricane activity was steady or elevated throughout the Maya collapse.
Florida’s sediment record reveals surprising new information about the frequency of large hurricanes hitting the state.