Security, Stability, and Soil

Food security is a growing concern for our global population of close to 8 billion people. The essential natural resource that controls food production is soil, which is being eroded away and degraded worldwide. Without healthy soils, our capability to provide adequate food for billions is seriously in question. Methods for improving degraded soils are available.

By |2022-02-23T06:39:11-07:00February 23rd, 2022|Our Amazing Earth|4 Comments

Three Ways To Survive a Tsunami

The tsunami associated with Hunga Tonga eruption has sparked renewed interest in hazards associated with earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis. A recent article about geologic hazards and preparedness especially caught my attention: “A Tsunami Could Kill Thousands. Is Escape Possible?” in the New York Times. The focus is on the Pacific Northwest- –specifically coastal communities along the states of Washington, Oregon, and northernmost California.

By |2022-02-10T09:31:05-07:00February 10th, 2022|Our Amazing Earth|2 Comments

Something Important We Know About Volcanoes

Our planet has a high level of tectonic activity. In the past few decades, disastrous earthquakes have captured our attention. A careful look at historical records, however, demonstrates that a major volcanic eruption would cause immensely more devastation that any natural event our world has experienced recently.

By |2022-02-06T11:59:39-07:00February 2nd, 2022|Our Amazing Earth|0 Comments
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