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Computer Models Confirm: Small Islands Off Coast Can Make Tsunamis Worse
Sometimes a barrier island doesn't live up to its name.
Factory And Irrigation Technologies Have Significantly Cut U.S. Water Use
The economy and folks at home make some difference, too.
Birds Of The Future: The Avian Winners And Losers of 2075
Desert dwelling birds will likely have more habitat. Birds that prefer cold weather? Not so much
Facing Rising Sea Levels, Boston Ponders Canals
Just how much do you love that dirty water?
Why Fabien Cousteau Wants To Build An Underwater City
With 95 percent of the ocean unexplored, scientists barely understand life beneath the waves.
How Iceland’s Bardarbunga Volcano Can Help Forecast Future Eruptions
Because finding lava bubbling up under your house is not a fun surprise
Lava Flow Swiftly Approaching Hawaiian Town
For the community of Pāhoa, Hawaii, the lava game is a bit more serious than just avoiding the floor
Coming Soon To A Coast Near You: Vertical Tsunami Shelters
A school in Washington will be the first vertical tsunami shelter in the United States.
Earth’s Magnetic Field Could Flip Faster Than We Thought
'Down' could become the new 'up' within our lifetimes
To Clean Up Oil Spills, Magnetize The Oil First
Physicist Arden Warner's new process uses magnetism instead of toxic chemicals to mop up oil spills