Even though El Nino-fueled storms have brought rain and snow to California, the state remains in intense drought. Continue reading →
Earth’s surface temperatures in 2015 were the warmest since record keeping began in the 1880s.
We learned a lot of things about what's happening on our planet this year, some good and some not so much.
It was a year of milestones that we would have liked to avoid.
Routing geothermal energy from Iceland would require the world's longest undersea power line. →
Earth's lakes -- containging much of the planet's fresh water -- are warming up to twice as fast as the atmosphere. Continue reading →
In 2015, there were a number of positive developments from the ocean world. Here are some of our favorites.
NASA recently combined satellite imagery and ocean sensor data to create this image of a phytoplankton bloom in the North Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading →
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