Historical sites across the globe are at risk due to rising sea levels, but without reliable data we can't even assess the full scope of the problem, let alone solve it.
Warming oceans and rising sea levels are harming fish stocks in the west African country, the effects of which are mostly felt by the region's women.
In Miami-Dade County, researchers are working to save sites at risk of being destroyed by rising ocean waters.
Scientists discovered that oyster reefs grow rapidly enough to match sea level rise. That could mean great news for flood prevention—if we can stop shucking.