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Sadness- Part 3

Sometimes the sadness hits me like a tsunami.
The waves draw out, and there’s nothing but silence for a while.
Then, without a warning, it floods in. 26 more words

Writing

Seluma – observing hazard and risk issues in the field - by Kate Crowley

As part of the DRR Action Plan workshop held in Seluma, 25–26 August 2015, we had a half-day field visit organised by the local emergency management office (BPBD). 666 more words

Field Visits

My Earthquake Experiences

Since Barbados has been having earthquakes and they’ve been a few NE of the island that no one felt, I decided to share my experiences. 521 more words

Story Time

Erebus Awakens (Two)

Flynn tipped out the grubby water from his bucket out onto the worn wooden gangway, and arched his back with a contorted painful expression. It had been a couple of years since his back had ached this bad. 924 more words

Blog

Surveying What Hurricane Katrina Swept out to Sea

This is a post by Nir Barnea of NOAA’s Marine Debris Program.

Hurricane Katrina was a powerful storm, one which brings a variety of powerful images to people’s minds: The satellite image of the huge storm moving toward the Gulf Coast, the flooded neighborhoods of New Orleans, damaged boats strewn all over like discarded toys. 757 more words

NOAA