How Do We Know: Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice

How Do We Know: Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice

  • Published: Jan 10th, 2011

Learn how NASA scientists are tracking the melting Arctic sea ice and what less ice means for global warming in the future.

Arctic Sea Ice Hits New December Low, Related to “Arctic Paradox” Weather Pattern

  • Published: Jan 5th, 2011

Arctic sea ice extent hit a new low for the month of December as the Arctic stayed unusually warm.

Montana Meets Vietnam

  • Published: Dec 29th, 2010

A group of students from the University of Montana is learning first-hand about how climate change may threaten Southeast Asia.

Alaska Wildfires Release Decades of Carbon

  • Published: Dec 7th, 2010

Recent climate changes have increased Alaskan wildfires, releasing greenhouse gases that had been locked in the soil.

Coastal Marshlands Can Adapt to (Some) Sea Level Rise

  • Published: Dec 3rd, 2010

Most coastal marshes could be underwater by 2100 if sea level rise occurs rapidly, says new research.

More Evidence Accumulates of Record Greenhouse Gases and Warming Temperatures

  • Published: Dec 1st, 2010

Three new studies provide evidence of a warming climate.

How Do We Know: Thinning Sea Ice

How Do We Know: Thinning Sea Ice

  • Published: Nov 29th, 2010

NASA scientist Ron Kwok details new technology he is using to monitor how extensively Arctic sea ice is melting from below, a key indicator of the ice's long-term stability.

A 60-Year Glimpse At Local Climate Change Effects

  • Published: Nov 10th, 2010

In an Oregon Mountain region, a change in plant populations marks the warming of local temperatures.