sea level rise
As these so-called calving events become more common, scientists are increasingly worried about the integrity of the glaciers.
A new study shows that the underwater melt rate of an Alaskan glacier is 100 times faster than we thought, a finding that could change already-dire projections of sea level rise.
Rising sea levels could be an opportunity for social change – or a dystopian hellscape.
Scientists studied what would happen if we turned gigatons of ocean water into snow and shot it at Antarctica.