Japan's devastating 9.0 earthquake in 2011 has dangerously increased the pressure beneath Mount Fuji, an active volcano. Continue reading →
The Japan Meteorological Agency said a local tsunami of up to one metre (3.3 feet) could impact the Pacific coastline after the quake.
The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on the Suomi-NPP satellite catches a glimpse of a storm churning with 150-mile-per-hour winds.
Ocean whirlpools, some hundreds of miles across, contribute to extreme weather around the world.
If you're not feeling the heat in Brazil, maybe it's time to weigh in on a more explosive competition.
Wall will block groundwater from nearby hillsides that has been flowing under the plant and mixing with polluted water already there.
Slippery clay that looks like scaly black dragon skin is the crucial clue needed to explain the 2011 Japan earthquake's surprising impact.
A volcanic eruption in southern Japan is forming a new islet. Continue reading →
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