Researchers think birds can hear hurricanes and tsunamis—a sense they’re hoping to tap into to develop a bird-based early warning system
The 9.0-magnitude earthquake in 2011 remains the largest in Japan's recorded history
A huge mass of material fell down a mountain and into the Red Planet's ancient ocean.
The natural disaster could strike Prince William Sound at any point within the next 20 years
A new photo series titled “Restricted Residence” features 42 thermal images of locals and their changed landscape
Using rock cores from Chicxulub crater, geologists piece together a new timeline of the destruction that followed impact
Walls of ice—some as high as 30 feet—surged over the shoreline, colliding with residential properties
Radar images appear to show the southwestern flank of the Anak Krakaktau volcano sheared off into the sea
By aiming little spots of light, handlers can direct their fearless doggos through disaster areas
Geophysics, plate tectonics and the vast ocean all determine how severe a tsunami may be
A new study says Papua New Guinea's Aitape skull is from someone who died in a massive ocean wave 6,000 years ago
After the Fukushima disaster, a surprising number of coastal creatures survived a multi-year journey by clinging to floating debris
The city destroyed by a 4th-century tsunami is rediscovered
The wood-boring shipworm has bedeviled humans for centuries. What's its secret?
A Harley, washed out to sea, traveled more than 4,000 miles to its current home
"Remember the calamity of the great tsunamis. Do not build any homes below this point."
While offshore islands usually protect coasts, simulations suggest they may amplify monster waves reaching the mainland
About 500 years ago, a 30-foot tsunami caused by a 9.0-magnitude quake in the Aleutian Islands slammed into Hawaii
A section of the South American tectonic plate holds the potential for a massive quake in the near future