Business Resilience In today’s ever-changing business landscape, organizations face various challenges that can disrupt operations and threaten business continuity. That’s where Continuity Disaster Recovery (CDR) comes into play. This article explores the importance of CDR and its role in safeguarding … Read More
The catastrophic eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano in 2022 triggered a special atmospheric wave that has eluded detection for the past 85 years. Researchers from the University of Hawai’i (UH) at Manoa, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and … Read More
After Hurricanes Harvey and Matthew hit Texas and North Carolina, it was the custodians who removed debris and damaged supplies from the athletic fields. It was the principals who stayed in the building for 24 hours while their schools operated … Read More
University of Cincinnati geologists reconstructed a massive landslide in Nevada that wiped out an area the size of a small city more than 5 million years ago.
UC College of Arts and Sciences graduate Nick Ferry and UC assistant professor
Steel rusts by water and air on the Earth’s surface. But what about deep inside the Earth’s interior?
The Earth’s core is the largest carbon storage on Earth — roughly 90% is buried there. Scientists have shown that the oceanic
It isn’t every day that we learn something that fundamentally changes how we understand our world. But for UC Santa Barbara Earth scientist Matthew Jackson and the thousands of volcanologists across the globe, such a revelation has occurred.