The Arctic Ocean's Sea Ice Hit Record Low Levels This June
Researchers at the Polar Science Center recently released their monthly PIOMAS model of the sea ice volume average in the Arctic for the month of June—and it revealed a grim decline.
Shrinking Seasonal Ice in the Bering Sea Threatens Local Livelihoods
Recent storms have destroyed the progress made in ice formation endangering coastal habitats and fishing practices.
Social Networks Can Boost Knowledge, Even on Polarizing Issues
But only if they are structured in a way that deemphasizes users' partisan identities.
The Arctic's Oldest, Thickest Sea Ice Is Breaking Up
Arctic ice north of Greenland that normally remains frozen even during the summer has opened up.
Flooding, Heat Waves, and Destabilized Ecosystems: Here's What the Next 100 Years of Climate Change Could Bring
A new study predicts a steep drop in fisheries' production. It's the latest in a growing body of research to show how changes to the Earth's ecosystems will cause disruption to its inhabitants.
Could Geoengineering Lessen the Damage Caused by Climate Change?
As the world fails to reach its emissions goals, some scientists say it's time to look for other solutions to the problem.