Blogs Snow & Ice
A team of explorers have set off across the Arctic to track the effects of climate change.
A round up of noteworthy climate science studies published during the first week of March.
Arctic sea ice extent declined to its lowest level on record for the month of February, tying the previous record set in 2005.
An announcement from an environmental group says heavier snowfalls are consistent with climate change.
As the Arctic melts, the ground may release half again as much carbon dioxide as humans have created through fossil-fuel burning in the past few hundred years.
This winter has featured unusually cold and snowy conditions in the Lower-48 states, with much milder than average conditions in the Arctic.
The late Stephen Schneider take questions from climate skeptics; New study finds link between phytoplankton blooms and declining Arctic sea ice.
The ICESCAPE mission reaches the Arctic Circle and begins to create data-gathering "ice stations".