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Waves in Motion
The ocean is constantly in motion, and it's not just the waves that crash ashore....
Hurricane Storm Surge
Storm surge is the most deadly part of a hurricane or tropical storm. Winds can...
Fri, 06/29/2018 - 14:08
What happens when hurricanes collide? They begin a circular dance in what's called...
Mon, 10/23/2017 - 16:29
Sailors and local volunteers unload drinking water from an MH-60S Seahawk to...
Estuary: a storm buffer
Estuaries serve as important buffers against storm damage. When coastal waters rise...
Eye of the Storm
The eyewall of Hurricane Isabel in 2003 as seen from a plane.
In 2015 remnants of Tropical Storm Bill dropped over 10 inches of rain in one night...
Floods of Katrina
The breaking levees caused considerable damage in the area around New Orleans,...
Hurricane Ike Dies
Hurricane Ike grew to a Category 4 hurricane temporarily but the Caribbean islands...