The European Space Agency's GOCE satellite no longer exists, but its data is helping map the world's oceans Continue reading â†’
Acid rain and deforestation runoff are causing a drop in the calcium content of some lakes in North America and western Europe, with ominous potential effects.
Global warming could fuel more lake effect snows like the one that buried Buffalo, at least for awhile.
2014 is even more likely to become the warmest year on record, with record cold years a thing of the past.
A volcanic eruption at Iceland's Holuhraun Lava Field is the largest since the 18th century.
Geoengineering advocates say it's time to look at the carbon-absorbing ability of the mineral olivine. But critics say it might do more harm than good. Continue reading â†’
Our recap this week from around the planet: A Super Typhoon menaces Alaska, a colorful remembrance of World War I, and supercooled crystals punch a hole in the sky.
As the central and eastern U.S. are hit with an unseasonably early blast of frigid weather, we're struggling to comprehend more mysterious meteorological lingo. Continue reading â†’
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