Scientists say the size of the algae cyst bed is “unprecedented globally” and threatening the Arctic food supply.
“It is a pure stroke of luck” that none of the explosions and their giant craters have "caused loss of life or infrastructure damage,” said one scientist.
Extreme cold spells like the one that devastated Texas in February are preceded by an obscure Arctic phenomenon that can be a warning signal, according to a new study.
Researchers found the mammoth walked a distance equal to nearly twice the circumference of Earth using isotopes of strontium and oxygen.
The largest Arctic expedition in history, MOSAiC, struggled with the logistical challenges of COVID-19—but as the pandemic raged, members were able to live a normal ‘fantasyland’ life.
Wildfires that smolder underground over the winter only to re-emerge have been on the rise in recent decades, scientists say.
For 40 days last fall, an expedition collected samples that confirm the thaw of the Arctic’s mysterious subsea permafrost.
The new president plans to sign “a historic number of actions” on day one of his presidency, including canceling the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.
A film crew visited the northernmost settlements in the world, documenting life in one of the most extreme places on earth.
Belgian photographer Hanne Van Assche set out to document life in Udachny, which translates as "happy".
No company has ever drilled in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which is the country’s largest wildlife refuge.
The Laptev Sea in Siberia is normally an "ice factory," but hasn't frozen yet in October for the first time on record—a dire warning of the effects of climate change.