Study finds Hurricane Sandy literally shook Earth; Could global warming increase storm intensity?

A massive storms hits with the force of an earthquake.

Study finds Hurricane Sandy literally shook Earth; Could global warming increase storm intensity?

Science Recorder | Kramer Phillips | Saturday, April 20, 2013

A newly released study finds Superstorm Sandy literally shook part of Earth. According to a study published by Oner Sufri, a geophysics doctoral student at the University of Utah, the rapid shaking from the massive storm was felt as far away as the West coast of the United States. Following Hurricane Sandy's turn west, the massive storm -- which eventually traveled at far north as Nova Scotia, Canada -- sent waves crashing into the coast of the northeast... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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