A new IMAS study has identified potential benefits and risks for marine ecosystems from two of the key approaches for carbon removal proposed to cut atmospheric carbon levels and slow climate change.
Geological activity was monitoried but threat level was not raised in days leading up to deadly eruption.
A study led by Dr Sabine Lengger measured the stable isotopes of organic carbon in sediment cores taken from the ocean floor.
Researchers believe other mountaintop glaciers will follow quickly.
European Space Agency publishes a 3D model of the Antarctic.
For the first time during the MOSAiC expedition, a multi-wavelength lidar provides data on fine dust in the central Arctic during polar night.
A group of atmospheric scientists have uncovered an environmental footprint that could help explain why the cost of hailstorm damage is rapidly increasing in the United States.
Autumn wrapped up wetter and warmer overall.
Two friends from opposite ends of the Earth have created a world-first high spatial resolution atlas that maps the environmental characteristics of all the globe’s rivers and catchments.
Mission: Iconic Reefs targets seven reefs throughout Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
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