Various news outlets recently reported a fatal accident involving a motorcycle rider being struck by lightning. This is a tragic incident. It comes several days after I watched jaw-dropping video of lightning striking a tree at the Women's U.S. Open golf tournament. The amazing thing about the video, beyond the lightning itself, was the number of people still milling around outside.
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Over 40% of Greenland experienced melting Thursday, with total ice loss estimated to be more than 2 gigatons (equal to 2 billion tons) on just that day alone.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced a national consortium of academic and nonprofit institutions.
By: Alan Flurry
With the 2019 hurricane season officially beginning June 1, there's another potential obstacle to predicting monster storms.
By: Alan Flurry
Over Spring break, an International Scientific Conference on "Past Plant Diversity, Climate Change and Mountain Conservation," organized under the Belmont Forum's VULPES project. The conference was organized by professor and undergraduate coordinator in the department of geography Fausto O. Sarmiento.
Parts of Colorado received almost 2 feet of snow at the beginning of summer.
June 21 was the official summer solstice, when the sun is the farthest north in the sky at noon on this date.
In his Charter Lecture, alumnus Roger Hunter takes the audience to space and beyond
This paper’s lead author is Jennifer Rice, UGA Geography
Tech companies that espouse sustainability may actually exacerbate a city’s carbon footprint, new research suggests.
10-week paid research opportunities with the NASA DEVELOP National Program, open to current students and recent college graduates as well as transitioning career professionals. Please pass this information, along with the attached flyer, to your students and those whom may be interested.
NASA DEVELOP projects focus on helping local and international communities address their environmental concerns while utilizing…