As the climate warms, many rivers that are currently perennial may become intermittent.
For a generation, the tundra has seen an increasing growth of vegetation, a process known as Arctic greening. A more accurate term might be “Arctic browning.”
Greta Thunberg and other youth climate activists came to Washington, D.C., days before a major United Nations conference to draw attention to the need for immediate action to address climate change.
Climate science needs its own specialized “climostatisticians” as integral members of multidisciplinary research teams.
Scientists find links between delayed freezing of Alaskan soils and higher atmospheric methane concentrations during the cold season.
Climatic factors have wreaked havoc on India’s apple crops by disrupting natural flowering seasons and pollination systems. The shape, size, and quality of Himalayan apples have changed.
Your fish fillet may have less omega-3 fatty acids, an important nutrient for brain health, by the end of the century.
Three Nordic countries collaborate to build a suite of eScience tools to support long-term planning and decision-making in the face of a changing climate.
The newly digitized data double the timescale of ice-penetrating radar monitoring in some of the fastest changing areas of Antarctica.
Researchers used luminescence signals from marine sediment cores to bolster estimates of precipitation levels on land over the past 30,000 years.