Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Predicted spread of humans around the world

This animated video, produced by the University of Hawaii, shows the spread of the human race across the globe over a 125,000 year period. Earth wobbles on its axis, causing major climate shifts. Some of those shifts turned the Arabian Peninsula into lush grassland that ancient humans could have traversed as they migrated out of Africa. Researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa simulated climate conditions over the last 125,000 years and predicted how those changes would have allowed humans to spread around the globe (increasing intensity of red shows greater predicted migration).

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Swarms in Bardarbunga area

Several Volcanolgists have reported the last few day increasing tectonic activity in the Bárðarbunga area in Iceland

Thursday, 20 July 2017

The world’s most dangerous volcano ?

Say the word “supervolcano” and you’ll immediately think of Yellowstone and its violent past – but what about its future? When will the next super-eruption be? The thing is, this is far from the only supervolcano on Earth, and many of them could easily rival the power of Wyoming’s own. So where are these supervolcanoes and which one of them really is the most dangerous in the world?

  
Let’s take a look, .................

Thursday, 13 July 2017

Antarctica A86 Iceberg is now free

A one trillion tonne iceberg – one of the biggest ever recorded - has calved away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica. 

The calving occurred sometime between Monday 10th July and Wednesday 12th July 2017, when a 5,800 square km section of Larsen C finally broke away.
The iceberg, which is likely to be named A68, weighs more than a trillion tonnes. Its volume is twice that of Lake Erie, one of the Great Lakes.

Source : Project MIDAS >>> 






An article on Cleantechnica >>>>
Updates from the Larsen C research team : Project MIDAS >>> 

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Effect caused by the Montana earthquake

The Montana Earthquake on the 6th of july From bar stools to bed frames, hundreds of Montanans felt the magnitude 5.8 earthquake early Thursday morning that originated a few miles southeast of Lincoln. The U.S. Geological Survey has received more than 10,000 reports from people who felt the temblor, some as far away as Lethbridge, Canada, and Spokane, Washington.

Sunday, 9 July 2017

Seismicity in Yellowstone

Last month more swarms reported arond the Yellowstone volcano 



During June 2017, the University of Utah Seismograph Stations, responsible for the operation and analysis of the Yellowstone Seismic Network, reports 1171 earthquakes were located in the Yellowstone National Park (YNP) region. The largest event was a light earthquake of magnitude 4.4 on June 16, at 06:48 PM MDT, located about nine miles north northwest of West Yellowstone, MT. The earthquake was reported felt in the towns of Gardiner and West Yellowstone, MT.


The USGS Yellowstone monitoring map >>>>