Springtime ocean conditions promote North Atlantic blooms, but you wouldn't know that from looking with human eyes.
Carbon dioxide levels are now higher than at anytime in the past 3.6 million years.
A Texas A&M study shows weather events carried contaminated water to the Flower Garden Banks sanctuary off the Galveston Coast, much farther than expected.
With data from a 2016 expedition, scientists supported by NASA are shedding more light into the complex processes under the Greenland Ice Sheet that control how fast its glaciers slide toward the ocean and contribute to sea level rise.
The seasonal maximum extent of Arctic sea ice has passed, and with the passing of the vernal equinox, the sun has risen at the north pole.
A new study shows that thick sea-ice can increase the sensitivity of Greenlandic fjords to climate warming.
Inland waters are an important component of the global carbon cycle and function as active reactors, transporting and transforming large quantities of naturally- and anthropogenically-derived carbon.
Since the early 2000s, scientists have observed that the Antarctic ice sheet is losing mass at a rate that is accelerating.
Coastal communities face increasing danger from rising water and storms, but the level of risk will be more closely tied to policy decisions regarding development than the varying conditions associated with climate change, new research by Oregon State University suggests.
More than 91 percent of the world's population lives in areas that exceed air quality guidelines recommended by the World Health Organization, and more people are impacted by worsening air quality each year.
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