The discovery of an impact crater in remote northwestern Greenland might have significant implications for the most recent sudden climate change event in Earth’s history.
A recent study about Katla, a subglacial volcano in Iceland, revealed that despite previous assumptions, Katla emits CO2 at a globally significant level.
The Carabaya Mountains are home to over 506 vascular plant species. View some photos of these unique plants here.
Anthropogenic environmental changes such as fossil fuel extraction and glacial retreat, are two substantial negative impacts affecting salmon species. But not all news is bad news, according to recent research published in BioScience.
A study in a West Greenland fjord examines changes in the feeding ecology of capelin, an important fish in the Arctic. Capelin are part of the smelt family, and we see that melting glaciers are affecting its diet. How might this impact the greater Arctic food web?
Hardly a country in the world has contributed less atmospheric emissions than Bhutan. Yet its those populations, like Bhutan’s yak herders, which will suffer from climate change first, and most.