By: Francis Jock
Hurricane Season is the longest sustained period of topical weather and storms experienced globally every year. It begins in late spring when the ocean's water temperature raises enough to form massive areas of low-pressure with rotating winds and rising bands of thunderstorms. Hurricane season is...
By: Alexandra Heep
It is likely that most everyone who lives in the USA is familiar with the basic concepts of boarding up windows and bottling water in regards to approaching hurricanes. However, there are many other preparations that should be made when a hurricane is a threat...
Ways to prepare for any natural disaster
By: Brinda Junkere
Natural disasters are phenomena that we have no control over. Although varied and diverse they cause considerable devastation and may result in loss of lives. Being prepared for any natural disaster will reduce damage and save lives. There may be slight differences in the preparation...
By: Darian Peters
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a mood disorder that sees a person developing a form of depression in a particular season even though they have normal levels of depression at other times of the year. It mostly affects people during the winter months. However, there...
By: Tenebris
"Make haste, make haste, my mirry men all, / Our guid ship sails the morn." "O say na sae, my master dear, / For I fear a deadly storm." "Late late yestre'en I saw the new moon / Wi' the auld moon in...
Weather forecasting the old-fashioned way
By: Irrira Rikki
AWARENESS Old fashioned was once a weather forecast; Mother Nature's children could pass on what knowledge they had gained over time, through all her own weather's Life Cycles. In today's age, some of these humans, and especially the creatures, still use what might be...
By: Hamza Ali
The earth's atmosphere is a layer of gases surrounding the planet earth that is retained by the earth's gravity. It has a mass of about 5 quadrillion metric tons. Dry air contains roughly (by volume) 78.08% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0...
Why I love each season
By: Denise Baer
A sprinkle of angel dust, a tearful night, kissed by the sun, or a crispy delight, these are the reasons why I love each season. They represent change along with letting me experience a new chapter of the year. I am one who embraces change...
By: Tenebris
The ionosphere is that part of our atmosphere which is almost entirely ionised by solar radiation. Depending on the purpose of the definition, the ionosphere is sometimes considered the uppermost part of the atmosphere and sometimes the lowest part of the magnetosphere. It extends approximately...
How to survive a heat wave when you live in a city
By: Sam Smart
For some people living in the Northern Hemisphere, summer is the time to dash toward beaches in the sweltering heat. However, it can still be dangerous, especially with the high humidity in place. Heat waves are known to be deadly, especially for young children and...

 

1 83 84 85 86 87 198