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The United States uses more energy for A/C than any other country in the world. What is this doing to our planet?
While the current El Nino could rival that of 1997, that doesn't mean the U.S. impacts will be the same. Continue reading →
If it seems like thunderstorms happen more at night, it's because they do. But we literally can't see them coming.
The fragile Galapagos ecosystem may prove no match for the strong winds, heavy rains and warmer than usual ocean currents that accompany El Nino.
A small quake in San Francisco on Tuesday reminds that a much more damaging quake is due any day now.
A shift of the winds can alter ocean temperature in the Pacific and weather patterns across the planet. Continue reading →
Only about a quarter of precipitation ends up in the oceans. Where does the rest go? Continue reading →
The state's residents are adapting to what might be the new normal.
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