Tons of Dead Seals Are Washing Up In the Arctic and Nobody Knows Why
Dozens of seal carcasses, some showing signs of hair loss, are being reported in northern Alaska.
Scientists Find One-Billion-Year-Old Fungus In the Canadian Arctic
The newly identified fungus is about 600 million years older than any other fungi in the fossil record.
Melting Glaciers Could Unleash Nuclear Fallout Trapped Within the Ice
An international research project found that high concentrations of radioactive material in glaciers around the world could be exposed due to climate change.
Catastrophic Temperature Rise In the Arctic Is 'Locked In,' UN Report Says
“What happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic.”
Dozens of Polar Bears Overtake Russian Island and Cause State of Emergency
"Daily life is in turmoil."
'Arctic' Is the Latest in a Long Line of Horrifying Survivalist Flicks
Nature remains undefeated.
What Happens if the Magnetic North Pole Keeps Rushing Toward Siberia?
On Monday, the World Magnetic Model was updated to account for the north pole’s eccentric behavior, after a delay caused by the US federal shutdown.
Climate Change Is Revealing Arctic Landscapes Not Seen For 40,000 Years
A new study of Baffin Island's glaciers suggests that modern temperatures represent the warmest century in 115,000 years.
Scientists Used Satellites to Spot Arctic Methane From Space
An experimental technique for measuring potent methane emissions in the Arctic proved successful.
Arctic Towns, Railways, and Pipelines At Risk of Permafrost Thaw Damage
About 45 percent of globally important oil and gas fields in the Russian Arctic are located in zones made hazardous by permafrost melt, scientists said.
Scientists Want to Monitor Space Debris from Warming Russian Arctic
A MIPT team is building prototype observatories over the coming weeks in Amderma, Nenets Autonomous Region.
Ozone Recovery Continues, But Suspected Emissions From China Slows Progress
The Montreal Protocol of 1987 continues to be a success story about international environmental cooperation.