Who needs sunlight? Not these microbes.
We finally know how fast the glaciers surrounding Mount Everest are melting—and it isn’t good at all.
Thousands of years ago, an Antarctic glacier receded faster than we’ve ever seen, and it has glaciologists rethinking things.
Researchers are slowly uncovering how these balls of moss travel across glaciers.
To grieve one must acknowledge the tear in that world.
Even long-term problems can yield short-term gains.
Climate change is unraveling the fabric of time.
Is unprecedented movement from a High Arctic ice cap a sign of things to come, or just a weird event?
If only we could just study for a better grade.
A golden age of Earth observation.
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