A new study tracks two ocean eddies passing over the Pacific Ocean's Izu-Ogasawara Ridge.
A warm period unexpectedly boosted some species of fish larvae off the coast of Mexico.
Snapshots of clouds taken from the ground reveal orders of magnitude more detail than satellites.
Seventeen years of ocean current data link global atmospheric and oceanic circulation.
Long-term climate records could help mining companies and their investors assess the financial risk of water shortages.
Orbital wobbling shaped the dome of ice and dust at the planet's north pole.
Icy clouds may actually increase, not decrease, the amount of solar energy that reaches Earth.
The Antarctic Circumpolar Current is the only ocean current to circle the planet and the largest wind-driven current on Earth. It's also 30% more powerful than scientists realized.
More clustering of clouds due to higher temperatures increases the likelihood of heavy downpours.
The current warming trend could mean the collapse of ocean's global conveyor belt, which would have far-reaching effects on climate around the world. But this collapse could still be avoided.