By: D. Vogt
On all planets with an atmosphere, but especially the Earth (our usual point of reference), the stratopause is the boundary between the stratosphere and the mesosphere. In our atmosphere, slightly over 30 miles (50 km) above the surface, where the pressure is a tenth of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Global warming and global cooling are actually two types of climate change. The confusion arises when people confuse weather, which is a specific event, occurring at a specific place and during a specific time with climate. Climate is the activity of the entire earth's atmosphere...
By: Suzanne Rose
Hurricanes can be extremely dangerous – both during and after the storm. You will want to be very careful during such an event. Certain precautions can go a long way towards keeping you safe. The following are hurricane safety tips for you to consider. Stay...
A review of the different types of snow
By: Yudha Aditya
Winter is one of the most waited for seasons in a year. Beautiful icy patterns on your windows are such an art made by nature, and can only be seen in winter. Snow boarding, ice skating, winter is just a perfect time for having fun...
Should Scientists be Allowed to Divert a Hurricane away from a Major City Dooming Rural Residents
By: Elizabeth M Young
Scientists love to have the power to control nature, but often without the understanding of the effects of controlling nature. There is no way that controlling hurricanes so that they are redirected to less populated areas will fail to have unintended consequences. If hurricane Katrina...
How to prepare for a blizzard
By: Sam Smart
Blizzards are treacherous storms. They are often associated with heavy snow, extremely low visibilities, and high winds that blow and drift the snow around. The best way to take advantage of blizzards is by making sure you have plenty of emergency supplies for your home...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Atmospheric pollution has many causes, some of which are more from nature than from human activity; others of which are predominantly from human activity. These causes are classified into anthropogenic (or human), and natural, and the natural causes are suprising to many who have focused...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Discussions of tidal waves, seismic waves and tsunamis can be confusing when all three are referred to as the same thing. There are differences between tidal waves and tsunamis that will help to understand the ways in which they are similar but not the same...
How to survive a storm or natural disaster
By: sonne natov
In recent years, new technologies are increasingly entering the drawing up of equipment and equipment for survival in extreme conditions. For people interested in long trips and adventures in the wild, there are offered a huge range of specialist information, advices, tools, clothing, special food...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Air and water pollution are the two areas where nature contributes its own forms of pollution, either by introducing gases and particulate matter into the atmosphere, or by introducing heavy metals and natural toxins into the water. Natural pollution occurs every day in ways that...

 

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