A “timelines of risk” model shows when and where population collapse begins as sea ice wanes in our warming future.
Even in the remote high latitudes, a new satellite study sees rising temperatures and spreading green belts around cities, with big impacts on soils and ecosystems.
As extreme cold days wane, the northeastern United States has experienced an increase in mud days.
New research finds that the Greenland environment is highly sensitive to recent warming trends.
Few studies have examined lakes or wide swaths of ocean areas, leaving critical data gaps in how plastic pollution affects wildlife and moves across food webs.