New evidence suggests that two major glaciers in the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) are losing ice at the fastest rate for at least 5,500 years.
Global warming has a particularly pronounced impact on the Alpine region.
Humans have always had a complex relationship with rivers, which both fostered and threatened civilizations throughout history.
A group of Australian scientists have for the first time unravelled the history of climate change upheaval on the Great Barrier Reef over the past eight millennia.
A commonly known chemical compound is hydrogen peroxide. All peroxides have two oxygen atoms attached to each other, making them highly reactive and often flammable and explosive.
Phytoplankton grow constantly and just about anywhere there are open, sunlit patches of ocean.
The ongoing drought in the U.S. West is expected to persist through this summer, raising the risk of water shortages and wildfires.
Atmospheric researchers from the international CLOUD consortium have discovered a mechanism that allows nuclei for ice clouds to form and rapidly grow in the upper troposphere.
Since the beginning of April 2022, Iraq and other parts of the Middle East have been hit by a series of severe dust storms.
Tropical trees in Australia’s rainforests have been dying at double the previous rate since the 1980s, potentially because of climate change, according to an international study published May 18 in the journal Nature.
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