Driftwood floats thousands of kilometers from Siberia to Iceland, but it may drift no longer by 2060 due to climate change.
A persistent drying trend, not plunging temperatures, may have played a role in the unexplained disappearance of Norse settlers from Greenland, according to researchers.
A multidisciplinary team studying lake sediments and climate change found evidence that the archipelago was inhabited 700 years earlier than historical sources claim.
Lake sediment is helping scientists resolve a decades-long historical mystery.
Scandinavian societies of the first millennium adapted their farming practices to volcano-driven climate changes.
Ancient Arctic artifacts are disappearing as warming unfurls.