Global research group will trace Totten glacier’s history back to last ice age, in hope of predicting future melting patterns
A new study led by Colorado State University provides important details on the extent of sea ice, which can protect ice shelves from the impacts of ocean storms, in the Antarctic Peninsula.
The radiometry techniques in use for remote sensing of water temperature currently are only precise up to about a half degree.
Anthropogenic groundwater exploitation changes soil moisture and land-atmosphere water and energy fluxes, and essentially affects the ecohydrological processes and the climate system.
Google Earth’s time lapse videos of earth’s landscape could make you think about the great baseball player Yogi Berra.
One of the 10 largest icebergs ever recorded is ready to break away from Antarctica, scientists say.
Many scientists have attempted to tackle how climate change will affect the natural world by determining the thermal tolerance of various species, then predicting what will happen to them as our world warms.
A University of Iowa study finds the threat of flooding is increasing in the northern half of the United States and declining in the South.
We’ve investigated less than 5 percent of the world’s oceans. This op-ed looks at media framing and engaging the public in ocean exploration.
The largest city in the Russian Arctic expects global warming to change its trading fortunes with the revival of the northern sea route
Through the Partnership for Resilience and Preparedness (PREP), a collaboration between public, private, and government sectors, open-source data may change the way the world approaches climate change.
European scientists have flown instruments back and forth across the South Pole to map its hidden depths.