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  • Hurricanes bring high winds and flooding. They also display more unusual natural phenomena many of us rarely see. I share 4 unusual natural phenomena I've witnessed during hurricanes.

    4 Natural Phenomena I Witnessed After Hurricanes

    4 Natural Phenomena I Witnessed After Hurricanes

    by Cristina Vanthul0

  • This article suggests the biggest man-made environmental disasters in the history of the United States. These disasters may not have killed people, but they severely damaged the ecosystem and will cost millions of dollars to clean up.

    11 Worst Man-Made Environmental Disasters in American History

    11 Worst Man-Made Environmental Disasters in American History

    by Kelley4

  • For eons agriculturalists have been fighting what they call "bacterial speck" on tomatoes and other crop plants, without anyone realizing that the same bacteria is at the heart of rain and snow.

    How Does Rain Form: Pseudomonas syringae

    How Does Rain Form: Pseudomonas syringae

    by watergeek14

  • Hurricane season officially lasts until late November. Though the last six weeks are not overly abundant with these storms, deadly hurricanes can still occur in October, November, and even December.

    The 10 Most Deadly Late Season Hurricanes

    The 10 Most Deadly Late Season Hurricanes

    by Harry Nielsen0

  • The ionosphere is a layer of the earth that is electrified; this permits the refraction and reflection of radio waves throughout the planet

    The Ionosphere

    The Ionosphere

    by Jose Juan Gutierrez0

  • The practice of cloud seeding (weather manipulation) for rain has spread throughout the world during the 50 years since its methods were first discovered. What does it look like now as an industry?

    The Emerging Industry of Cloud Seeding

    The Emerging Industry of Cloud Seeding

    by watergeek12

  • Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees" is a modern classic, outlining potential effects of various levels of global warming. It's summarized, evaluated, and updated here, with links to 7 supplementary Hubs.

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees":  A Summary Review

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees": A Summary Review

    by Doc Snow10

  • NOAA is a scientific agency with almost 12,000 personnel globally. With this kind of scope, they have the manpower and the means to make some stunning discoveries.

    Top 10 Fantastic Finds Made by NOAA

    Top 10 Fantastic Finds Made by NOAA

    by Jana Louise Smit0

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