Should Scientists Allowed Divert Hurricane Major City Dooming Rural
By: Bryce Van Buren
I think that the government should allow to scientists to divert hurricanes from a major city to a rural one. We are fast approaching the technology necessary to better predict and even control weather. If we could direct hurricanes away from major populations, it would...
Surviving a tornado
By: Sam Smart
Tornadoes are powerful storms. Other than Antarctica, they have been reported in all continents on Earth. As the country of the United States experiences the most tornado frequency yearly (more than one thousand tornadoes on average), in previous years, hundreds of victims worldwide have died...
Ways to protect your car during hurricane season
By: Laura Hinds
Your car can be one of your most expensive and prized possessions. As hurricane season approaches, it is time to start to map out your plan to keep your car safe from damage. Perhaps the most obvious thing you will think of is to move...
Diverting Hurricanes away from Major Cities
By: Earl Mcgill
Although atmospheric scientists have never been able to pin down the exact spot where a hurricane will make landfall more than a day or two in advance, it is not inconceivable that someday in the distant future they will possess the wherewithal to divert the...
A look at 2009 hurricane season forecasts
By: Denise Calaman
Every year scientists such as meteorologists estimate the probability of an intense hurricane making landfall along the coast of the United States. They study previous weather patterns as far back as 100 years in the past and current climate trends in order to try and...
Atmospheric effects of wildfires
By: Jessica Fierro
A wildfire is an uncontrolled fire that occur in mostly wild land areas. Wildfires can also destroy homes and agriculture. They are labeled wildfires due to the size, speed, and stability to change directions instantaneously from one directio to the next. Wildfires can cross river...
A look at 2009 hurricane season forecasts
By: Travis Mitchell
The 2009 Atlantic hurricane season officially gets underway on June 1, and forecasters are predicting that it will be anything but severe.According to the extended range forecast of Philip J. Klotzbach and William M. Gray of Colorado State University, the 2009 hurricane season has...
The uses of barographs
By: Author Name Withheld 320
A barograph is an aneroid barometer which has been designed to continuously record measurements of atmospheric or barometric pressure. They were invented in France in the 1840's and were produced in large quantities in the later part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.The...
Which are Deadlier Hurricanes or Tornadoes
By: Charles Ray
Having grown up in an area of the country (lower East Texas) that experiences both hurricanes and tornados, I have to give my vote to that black funnel as the deadlier of the two.While it is true that hurricanes with their storm surges and...
The causes of global climate change
By: Leslie Schwab
Global climate change has been part of our planet's history for hundreds of millions of years. Major changes had led to the extinction of ninety-nine percent of all organisms that inhabited Earth since the beginning of time. It is now accepted that the extinction of...

 

1 77 78 79 80 81 198