Krill, the foundation of the Antarctic marine food chain, could be in trouble as the region’s seas continue to warm.
The rapid thawing of the region’s sea ice is affecting virtually every species of Arctic wildlife.
2012 was one of the hottest years on record with numerous indicators showing signs of a warming planet.
From ice, to rivers, to airports, water takes the stage in our latest slideshow.
Melting from underneath from warming ocean waters is the biggest factor in Antarctic's ice-shelf shrinkage.
A new study finds the reproductive capacity of Antarctic clams will likely suffer as ocean temperatures rise.
Thanks to the cool melt water around Antarctica, the total area of reflective Antarctic sea ice is stable, or growing.
New study challenges the idea that ancient carbon dioxide increases lagged temperature rise.