Revealing the New Arctic: A Climate Change Communication Workshop; San Francisco, California, 16 December 2015
A new survey of ocean waters flowing in and out of the Arctic may shed light on how dissolved organic nitrogen and phosphorus contribute to nutrient cycling in the Arctic.
This community-based approach to modeling provides a unique forum for coordination, investigation, and synthesis.
An analysis of a seismic and gravity anomaly discovered in the middle mantle sheds new light on ancient oceans, the mantle's evolution, and ancient magmatism in the Arctic.
In the Arctic, drones and tethered balloons can make crucial atmospheric measurements to provide a unique perspective on an environment particularly vulnerable to climate change.
A new literature review summarizes the complex role of freshwater in the Arctic and its impact on climate and biogeochemical systems as a whole.
Researchers model ice-ocean interaction to study how tides can influence Arctic Ocean circulation and sea ice volume.
A new compilation of underwater terrain provides the most up-to-date mapping of portions of the western Arctic and North Pacific.
The Mackenzie River carries the bulk of freshwater flow from North America's tundra to the North Atlantic. But what about the effects of smaller rivers from Canada's Arctic islands?
Field experiments examine the effect of rising temperatures and drying soils on carbon dynamics in the Arctic.