Miami Herald : Environment (9)

We got through Irma. And now the king tides are coming.

On the heels of Hurricane Irma and just as Hurricane Maria began battering already ravaged islands in the Caribbean, South Florida is getting another meteorological reminder of the region's vulnerability … Click to Continue

King Tide brings residential flooding to sections of Fort Lauderdale

Residents of the Rio Vista neighborhood along Cordova Road in Fort Lauderdale talk Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, about the impact of the King Tide floods that have become worse in the recent years. … Click to Continue

How Hurricane Irma blew away the beach in Miami Beach

Hurricane Irma smacked Miami Beach's shoreline with enough wind and rain to reshape some of the water's edge, including washing away chunks of sand from a recently completed $11.5 million … Click to Continue

'King Tide' brings residential flooding to sections of Fort Lauderdale

Residents of the Rio Vista neighborhood along Cordova Road in Fort Lauderdale talk about the impact of the King Tide floods that have become worse in the recent years. … Click to Continue

Will the arriving King Tide flood Miami streets again?

Prepare to wake up to dry skies and flooded streets. Blame not Hurricane Maria, moseying her way west northwest. Put it all on the head the King. Between Irma and, … Click to Continue

Timelapse shows Hurricane Irma making its way through Miami Beach

Video timelapse shows Hurricane Irma's track through Miami Beach from Sept. 8, 2017 to Sept. 11, 2017. … Click to Continue

Cassini's awe-inspiring images of Saturn and its moons

After 20 years and more than 400,000 images, NASA's Cassini space probe took a final dive into Saturn's atmosphere Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. … Click to Continue

After Irma, dead seagrass 'as far as the eye can see' in Florida Bay

Hurricane Irma left a massive footprint across the Florida Everglades. From Florida Bay to Shark River, signs of the Category 4 hurricane could be seen in vast mats of floating … Click to Continue

Sea turtle hatchling makes its way to the ocean following Hurricane Irma

Loggerhead hatchling makes its way to the ocean on Jupiter Island in Martin County, Florida following Hurricane Irma. … Click to Continue