Daily Archives: May 16, 2010

First Hole in North Pole Ice Drilled by Explorers

A group of Arctic explorers has made the grueling journey to the North Pole and drilled a hole in the ice to take the first ever sample of ocean water at the pole in an effort to better understand the … Continue reading

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Flash Floods

Typically, flash floods occur primarily at night and when there is an abundance of atmospheric moisture; in addition, there is usually little, if any, vertical wind shear present. Flash flooding can be produced by large, slow-moving storms or as a … Continue reading

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