The Atlantic hurricane season of 2017 gave us names that we will remember for a long time. Storms like Harvey, Irma, and Maria were a part of the most expensive hurricane season in U.S. history. Damage estimates easily exceed $200 billion.
Tis the season...not for the various holidays people celebrate. It is the season for snow forecasts. I live in Georgia, and this weekend the "ominous" word snow was in the forecast.
As I write this, the southeast United States is bracing for a winter storm, at least by our standards. You know what that means. Many people have rushed out to buy bread, milk and eggs.
Human activity can modify weather and climate in many different ways. Cities tend to be warmer than rural areas because of the urban heat island associated wi
Just two years since an eclectic group met established the Small Satellite Research Laboratory at the University of Georgia, the SSRL will finally launch its first satellite into space after applying and getting accepted for missions from NASA and the U.S. Air force.
Human activity can modify weather and climate in many different ways. Cities tend to be warmer than rural areas because of the urban heat island associated with buildings, paved surfaces and lack of trees.
Mornings like this provide a perfect opportunity to write about the topic that I love. The house is quiet, and the family is still sleeping.
I awaken to the news that the 41st President of the United States passed. President George H. W. Bush was a Republican, a conservative, and even had ties to the fossil fuel industry.
The 2018 season will certainly be remembered for Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Michael, but the season gave us 15 named storms. Of those, eight were hurricanes, and two of those reached "major" status (category 3 to 5).
Dr. Shannon has been working with the Housing and Demographics Research Center (HDRC) on campus for the last few years, and this spring we're offering opportunities for undergraduates interested in doing research on housing and community development.