It’s a regular occurrence in the cold blue-green waters of Southeast Alaska.
A promising replacement for the toxic and flammable greenhouse gases that are used in most refrigerators and air conditioners has been identified by researchers from the University of Cambridge.
Million-year-old ice buried deep in Antarctica could hold essential data about the planet's past and help future climate predictions.
Effect could be maintaining the strength of a key European climate driver.
The global scale that there are distinct differences in river long profile shapes across climate zones.
Tiny pieces of plastic break down further during treatment processes, reducing the performance of treatment plants and impacting on water quality.
Vintage film of Antarctic glaciers hints at early ice shelf collapse.
Mallorcan cave yields 4-million-year-old geologic evidence providing new insights into magnitude global sea level rise.
The second study of its kind confirms extreme impacts from the U.S. vs. Russia nuclear war.