Tag Archives: Hurricane SANDY


It’s been almost nine years since Florida got hit by a hurricane. In fact during the 2004 and 2005 Atlantic hurricane seasons Florida got hit seven times by tropical cyclones including infamous KATRINA before it continued on its way to … Continue reading

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Sea Level Rise: Can We Keep the Sea Away?

Most every year from around mid-September through mid-November a combination of natural factors contributes to the generation of higher than usual high tides. Around October 15-18 of 2012 the combined gravitational pulls of the moon and the sun resulted in … Continue reading

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