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Experts predict dozens more earthquake aftershocks in Puerto Rico
The physics of earthquakes are complex, but our abilities to forecast future ones in real time is improving.
Here’s some rare good news about coral reefs
Belize shows that a little local action can go a long way.
Fish Pee May Be Helping Coral Reefs More Than We Think
Fishing large, predatory fish can deplete reefs of nitrogen, phosphorus
Shipwrecks And Tree Rings Extend The Hurricane Record By 350 Years
Which could help us get better at predicting future storms
Genetics In The Caribbean Show Marks Of Atlantic Slave Trade
A new study examines how indigenous South Americans, Africans and Europeans all left a little bit of themselves in the Caribbean basin.
The Next Generation of Cocaine-Smuggling Drug Submarines
The latest models come with A/C, shark paint jobs and quick-scuttle technology to easily sink the ship (and the drugs inside them)
In Wake of Japan Disaster, Caribbean To Stage Its First Full-Scale Tsunami Drill Next Week
The Caribbean is no stranger to seismic natural disaster, and after last week’s quake and devastation in Japan authorities in … Continued