Following the calving of the A-81 iceberg at the end of January 2023, the Brunt Ice Shelf is moving faster than before.
Some floods are so severe they rarely strike more than once a century, but rising seas could threaten coastal communities with yearly extreme floods.
Harmful algae can endanger public health and coastal ecosystems and economies.
In the Himalayas, not far from the base of Mount Everest, lies the Imja-Lhotse Shar Glacier, where David Rounce conducted his doctoral research.
Nation struck by all-time highest number of billion-dollar disasters.
It’s one — no, two! — for the record books.
A new type of analysis suggests that droughts in Ohio were more severe from 2000 to 2019 than standard measurements have suggested.
The research, published in Nature Communications, showed periodic wet phases in the Sahara were driven by changes in Earth’s orbit around the Sun and were suppressed during the ice ages.
Climate change and increases in drought and rainstorms pose serious challenges to our water management.
New research co-led by Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia shows that amplified global warming in the Canadian High Arctic drove a profound shift in the structure of a river network carved into a permafrost landscape in only 60 years.
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