Scientists catch a rare sight of an erupting volcano on a remote sub-Antarctic island. Continue reading →
The previously unknown canyon is buried under a layer of ice that's more than a mile deep.
The Arctic has experienced more than twice the level of warming seen elsewhere on Earth.
Traces of the toxic element are floating across the ocean and getting into the ice. Continue reading →
Melting ice triggered by global warming may make Earth whirl faster than before.
Denali was renamed McKinley in 1896 for a future president, but local authorities worked to restore its traditional name.
The remains of burnt out Iron Age huts in Africa hold clues into understanding a bizarre weak spot in the Earth's magnetic field and weird magnetic pole reversals. Continue reading →
Step right up, folks, and witness the amazing shrinking continent before it's too late.
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