Blogs Snow & Ice
Scientists show how melting permafrost could add to global warming, and the results aren't what you might expect.
For Alaska pollock, the white fish primarily used in fish-sticks, climate change is a one-two punch.
A satellite image shows the tongue of the Malaspina glacier, the largest glacier in Alaska.
A satellite view of Akimiski Island, which has rebounded after years being compressed under glaciers.
Amid a changing climate, Alpine pilgrims warm up to ice after 350 years of prayers for melting.
During the summer melting season, the East Greenland Current swirls newly calved icebergs into stunning shapes.
A river of rain and snowmelt plunging into Yosemite Valley collide against rocks at the bottom, sending up a rainbow.
Alexander Semenov, marine biologist and photographer, is documenting the bizarre life forms that live in Arctic waters.