Heather GoldstoneMay 30, 2018 05:17 PM
Living Lab Radio: The Hidden Connection Between The Korean War And The Decline Of FrogsFor years, the die-off of frogs and other amphibians around the globe was a mystery. Now researchers have traced a deadly fungus killing frogs back to the Korean peninsula.
Jennifer Kay | Associated PressMay 29, 2018 09:35 AM
Alberto, Now A Depression, Dumps Heavy Rains Across SouthAlberto is a still-menacing depression after its Memorial Day landfall on the Gulf Coast, scattering heavy rains around the South and raising risks of flash floods.
Ethan BrooksMay 28, 2018 09:16 PM
Beloved Clam Shack Falls Victim To Nor'easter“You sit there and you watch 28 years of your life and building a business, essentially hanging off of a sand cliff and you knew that, at that moment, that there was no going back.”
Bill ChappellMay 28, 2018 02:08 PM
Subtropical Storm Alberto Closes In On Florida; Warnings Of Floods, Tornadoes"There is a high risk of flash flooding across the Florida Panhandle, much of Alabama and western Georgia through tonight," the National Hurricane Center said.
Rebecca HersherMay 21, 2018 11:15 AM
Levees Make Mississippi River Floods Worse, But We Keep Building ThemFloods on the Mississippi River are getting more frequent and more severe. But scientists warn that the infrastructure meant to protect towns and farms against flood waters is making the problem worse.
WGBH News StaffMarch 21, 2018 08:36 AM
'Four'easter' Proves Tricky To Forecast: Boston Might Escape With A Dusting, Impact Seen On Cape And S.E. Mass.UPDATED: 5:39 a.m.
Joe MathieuMarch 20, 2018 04:59 PM
Why So Many Nor'easters In March? New Research Suggests Climate Change May Be A FactorJoe Mathieu: You're listening to WGBH's Morning Edition. This winter started off bitterly cold, then turned mild for a month or so, and then March hit. Three major storms already and more snow in the forecast today into tomorrow. Ironically, new research suggests climate change could be a big part of the equation. WGBH Radio science correspondent Heather Goldstone joins us now with more. Good morning, Heather.
Heather GoldstoneMarch 19, 2018 03:29 PM
Living Lab Radio: This Winter Weather Could Be The New NormalSouthern New England has been battered by three major winter storms in as many weeks. Severe coastal flooding and widespread power outages have prompted many to ask whether this is a new normal brought on by climate change. A growing body of research suggests it may be, and extreme warming in the Arctic may be responsible.
Craig LeMoultMarch 13, 2018 05:53 PM
Latest Nor'easter Hits Boston HardThe Northeast was pummeled by a blizzard Tuesday, bringing things to a halt for many in Boston and around the region. All flights in and out of Logan Airport were canceled and Amtrak suspended train service between Boston and New York City until Wednesday. It's the third major winter storm to hit the region in two weeks, and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of customers.