Hurricane-Induced Coastal Change
July 2, 2013 | USGS
"The probability of hurricane-induced coastal change on sandy beaches from Florida to New York has been assessed for the first time in U.S. Geological Survey studies released today. [...] The two reports -- one assessing the coastline from Florida to North Carolina, the other from Virginia to New York -- can function as part of a "virtual toolkit" for U.S. Atlantic coast community planners and emergency managers as they make decisions on how to best address coastline vulnerabilities." Quoted from the USGS publication release.
Superstorm Sandy Detected by Seismometers
April 19, 2013 | The University of Utah
“We detected seismic waves created by the oceans waves both hitting the East Coast and smashing into each other,” with the most intense seismic activity recorded when Sandy turned toward Long Island, New York and New Jersey.
Hydrothermal Iron in the South Atlantic?
August 28, 2013 | University of Liverpool
"Research by the University of Liverpool has found significant levels of iron and other micronutrients flowing from a hydrothermal vent in the South Atlantic ocean." Quoted from the University of Liverpool press release.