13 Sep 11 – Three weeks ago, a series of earthquakes struck the sub-glacial volcano Öraefajökull in Vatnajökull, southeast Iceland.
13 Sep 11 – Shiveluch volcano on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula has erupted, with ash rising to an altitude of 6 miles (10 km) above sea level,
Arctic temperatures and Arctic ice extent varies in a very predictable 60-70 year cycle, explains meteorologist.
11 Sep 11 – In North Sulawesi, Mount Lokon continued to be a concern two months after it first erupted.
Wall Street Journal Europe editorial writer Anne Jolis on tells how solar flares and cosmic rays may be driving long-term weather trends.
Drill cores taken from Greenland’s vast ice sheets show that Earth’s climate is capable of very rapid transitions and abrupt climate change.
10 Sep 11 – A magnitude-6.4 earthquake struck Friday off the coast of British Columbia, just off the west coast of Vancouver Island and south of Port Hardy,
9 Sep 11 – Indonesia’s Tambora volcano was raised to level 3 alert yesterday – the 3rd step on the emergency alert level that counts only four levels –
8 Sep 11 – A rare earthquake rattled parts of the Netherlands shortly after 9 p.m. today. Many people were very frightened because of the generated vibrations. In Venlo, the people panicked and took to the streets.
2 Sep 11 – A newly-discovered species of woolly rhino that lived in Tibet more than 3.6 million years ago