US-bound Hurricane Irma has gotten so strong that it is showing up on equipment designed to measure earthquakes. Stephen Hicks, a seismologist at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton, said seismometer recordings on Guadeloupe, an island group in the southern Caribbean Sea, show the now-Category 5 storm approaching the Lesser Antilles, another Caribbean island group.
Climate 101: How global warming is making heat waves and precipitation more extreme
Climate How global warming is making heat waves and precipitation more extreme. Global warming is altering the frequency and severity of some extreme events, including heat waves and heavy rain and snowstorms.
Origin of American natives are north manchurians (Dong-ie tribe) who moved through Bering Land Bridge on/around years ago. There were volcano eruption in North machuria. Fieldwork revises ice-free corridor hypothesis of human migration
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Hurricane Joaquin Probably Won’t Make U.S. Landfall, but Major Impacts Still Likely