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Great White Hurricane of 1888
On March 11, 1888, a great “Nor’easter” began to form on the NE coast of the U.S.A. Because of their unstable atmospheric pressures, regions of Earth in the mid-latitudes experience the widest range of weather formations. March can be a … Continue reading
Groundwater Awareness Week
From March 5-11, 2017, Groundwater Awareness Week highlights one of the world’s most important resources – groundwater. This week-long national initiative in the USA is sponsored by the National Ground Water Association. Approximately 97% of Earth’s water is found in … Continue reading