Forty years ago today, iconic Mount St. Helens erupted in southwestern Washington state in the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in U.S. history.
In May 1980, a satellite watched the mountain violently erupt; satellites over the next forty years watched it recover.
Clouds formed over rural areas and the cities but are noticeably absent above Guanabara Bay and the ocean due to the mechanisms of cloud formation.
A layer of marine stratocumulus clouds off the west coast of Africa displayed some particularly complex wave patterns.
Prior to European settlement, wetlands, lakes and streams were the major landscape features of the Chicago region.
New research from The Australian National University (ANU) could help protect our plants and animals from extinction, by allowing scientists to predict which currently thriving species might be at risk in the future.
Glaciers are retreating in Glacier National Park and across the globe due to climate change.
In almost every region of the world where hurricanes form, their maximum sustained winds are getting stronger.
Climate change is projected to lead to more frequent and severe droughts in California.
The more the EU economy succeeds in dialing down greenhouse gas emissions, the more the rest of the world will turn them up – unless a similar level of green ambitions is shared by others.
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