People have died attempting to cross ice that normally would be stable this time of year.
Even long-term problems can yield short-term gains.
An elegy for ice
But climate change is still responsible for the rest
Just in time for the end of summer… in three to five years
A massive melting problem
The sweet side of genetics
A new study predicts that Antarctica's ice shelves may be mostly gone by next century
The hidden channels are nearly as tall as the Eiffel Tower.
In this timelapse, NASA satellites capture unusual weather patterns in the Arctic.
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