Fires, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Tornados, Volcanos, oh my!
By Susan A. Kitchens on 9/1/2009
As carried on the ABC 7 live web link. Apparently 4 acres of water came out at that point, on the north side of the ridge, where the fire is most intense.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 8/31/2009
Original MODIS image here (warning: Large 7mb image file size) I photoshopped it with some context-supplying maps of the Los Angeles area. When you enlarge it, you can see how the reddest, hottest areas are on the northern flanks of the fire… and creeping east, toward Mt. Wilson.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 8/30/2009
Photos taken ea 2 minutes, this movie is a timelapse from Aug 27-30. Original link here. The webcam on the obervatory tower has been off n on today. When it works, that link’ll be good. Mt Wilson observatory special page for fire news. More timelapse. This is evening, viewing from south of the San Gabriel […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 8/29/2009
Here are the places I’m going (well, other than outside, looking to the north and west) to find out the latest about the Station Fire in La CaÃ±ada. It’s creeping east into northwest Altadena. JPL is closed this weekend. [note: Sunday Aug 30. I’m still adding links to this list] Time Lapse Test: Station Fire […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 11/14/2008
Time Lapse of Tea Fire: Evacuation, fire burning, fire fighting: Last night students and staff sheltered in Murchison gym. Before the college website rolled over to a single page w/ disaster updates, you could see a liveblog from the Horizon (campus newspaper) w/ images of students in gym. Buildings damaged/lost: Bauder Hall (psych building; was […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 9/12/2008
It looks like there’ll be a devastating storm surge in the Gulf and Galveston, TX, from Hurricane Ike. Brendan Loy (the weather nerd whose posts I followed for Hurricane Katrina three years ago) and the Jeff Masters WunderBlog are the sites to follow. Also other links in Brendan’s sidebar blogroll. Such as this post w/ […]
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