Daily Archives: September 1, 2011

Second giant ice island set to break off Greenland glacier

  September 1, 2011 – GREENLAND – New photographs taken of a vast glacier in northern Greenland have revealed the astonishing rate of its breakup, with one scientist saying he was rendered “speechless.” In August 2010, part of the Petermann … Continue reading

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Latest tracking forecast for Hurricane Katia

September 1, 2011 – Katia is about to hit a dense band of water with high sea-surface temperatures so we could see some intensification of the storm system over the next 48 hours. The hurricane is moving 19 mph and has … Continue reading

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Chances of a large earthquake in Japan increasing warns Tokyo Earthquake Institute

September 1, 2011– TOKYO – The possibility of a huge plate-boundary earthquake amplified by simultaneous moves in two or more focal areas beneath Tokyo has been increasing since the Great East Japan Earthquake, according to the University of Tokyo’s Earthquake … Continue reading

Posted in Earth Changes, Earth Watch, High-risk potential hazard zone, Lithosphere collapse & fisssure, Monthly lead post, Potential Earthchange hotspot, Seismic tremors, Volcano Watch | 15 Comments