A new cataloging system will help better preserve, track and share thousands of tree ring samples from around the globe.
Climate Archives - Page 2 of 238 - State of the Planet
The authors of a new book discuss how urban areas can take climate action without running afoul of state and federal laws.
Drilling into sub-ice deposits left behind during times when the Earth was warmer than today should provide insights into how a massive ice sheet will react to human-induced climate change.
James Hansen warned the world in the 1980s that global warming was coming. Now, he is warning that it is barreling down even faster than expected.
Most research on rising sea levels focuses on the direct effects of inundation. A new study adds social and economic vulnerabilities to the equation.
Come out to Palisades, NY, on October 14 for some fun, hands-on science education for all ages.
Researchers at China’s Nanjing University are using a reflective blanket to stave off melting of the Dagu Glacier.
Recently, scientists connected giant waves in the global jet stream to hot, dry spells gripping widely separated parts of the planet at the same time. Now they have done the same for winter weather.
The new book Catastrophic Incentives explores why society is underprepared for natural and human-made disasters.
A study based on Iceland’s Bruarjokull glacier investigates whether to rely on statistical models to provide accurate insights into glacier retreat.