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wait, what? I thought it was only the West Coast!?
Earthquake Risks, Hazard Maps, Madrid Fault, Earthquake Maps, News, Usg, Earthquake Hazard, Seismic Hazard, United States
National Map. New Insight on the Nation’s Earthquake Hazards. 2014 USGS National Seismic Hazard Map, displaying intensity of potential ground shaking from an earthquake in 50 years (which is the typical lifetime of a building). To help make the best decisions to protect communities from earthquakes, new USGS maps display how intense ground shaking could be across the nation. The USGS recently updated their U.S. National Seismic Hazard Maps, which reflect the best and most current understanding of where future earthquakes will occur, how often they will occur, and how hard the ground will likely shake as a result. 42 States at Risk; 16 States at High Risk
Earthquake hazard map for U.S. You see that pink area right there in the middle U.S.? That's the New Madrid fault. I used to have nightmares about it as a kid. (I'm from that pink area in W. KY, btw.)
This undated handout image provided by the US Geological Survey (USGS) shows an updated federal earthquake risk map. A new map dials up the shaking hazard just a bit for about half of the US and lowers it for nearly a quarter of the nation. The U.S. Geologic Survey updated Thursday its national seismic hazard maps for the first time since 2008, taking into account research from the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami off the Japanese coast and the surprise 2011 Virginia temblor. Photo: ...
Seismic Hazard Map of the United States, USGS
Earthquake Risks Higher Than Once Believed For Many Cities: USGS - NBC News
New Earthquake Map: 42 States at Risk; 16 States at High Risk 2014 USGS National Seismic Hazard Map, displaying intensity of potential ground shaking from an earthquake in 50 years (which is the typical lifetime of a building).
Half the US Faces Earthquake Risk
Image credit: Bart Ceuppens
Черничный Лес, Самом Деле, Hall Forests, De Hallerbos, Nature, Mystical Forest, Bored Pandas, Bluebell Flower, Mystic Forests
There’s A Mystical Forest In Belgium All Carpeted With Bluebell Flowers | Bored Panda
El asombroso bosque de Hallerbos (Bélgica).
Черничный лес Этот лес, словно сошедший со сказочных иллюстраций, называется Халлербос и располагается в Бельгии, неподалеку от Брюсселя. Причина, по которой лес приобретает такой волшебный вид, — плотный ковер из цветов колокольчика. Они цветут в конце весны и начале лета, заполняя пространство Халлербоса всеми оттенками синего и фиолетового.
Hallerbos (or Halle Forest in Dutch), and it’s located in Belgium
There’s A Mystical Forest In Belgium All Carpeted With Bluebell Flowers
Photographer captures the moody ocean at daybreak
The Photographer Who Took This Picture Barely Escaped With His Life
not photoshopped, just the weasel missed his mark and the woodpecker took off....
That Photo of a Weasel on a Flying Woodpecker Is Real. Here’s How The Photographer Got the Shot.
March outlook: Colder and snowier than normal weather favored - The Washington Post
March outlook: Colder and snowier than normal weather favored
16 Pics of Abandoned Places That Will Send a Chill Down Your Spine - Swifty.com
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12 Bone-Chilling Images Of Abandoned Places - brainjet.com Six Flags New Orleans
In 2005, this theme park was demolished by Hurricane Katrina and has been abandoned ever since. The park, which was immersed in seven feet of water for more than a month, remains eerily quiet and the overgrown brush adds to the somberness.
We definitely lucked out with this storm, it really could've been really bad (NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory)
The Blizzard of 2015: The most dramatic images
Why is the Earth frowning at us? - The Washington Post
Why is the Earth frowning at us?
Into the wild: The souls of zoo animals. Do you think they are dreaming of the wild?