Antarctica Is Losing Six Times As Much Ice Mass As It Was 40 Years Ago
"As the Antarctic ice sheet continues to melt away, we expect multi-meter sea level rise from Antarctica in the coming centuries."
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Alaska's veterinary pathologists figure out why animals die
Alaska's go-to veterinary pathologist, Kathy Burek, shows how climate change might be affecting animals.
Here’s How California’s Bounce Back From Drought Looked From Space
Landsat satellites and airborne observatories monitored the state’s driest period in recorded history.
A 21st Century 'Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth'
The strange story of a decades-long quest to recreate Earth in miniature and why it’s integral to our future as a species on and off the planet.
Ethereal Mesh Sculptures Meld Earth Science and Alien Worlds
Sculptor Susan Austad mines natural phenomena to create work inspired by our changing planet.
Martian Science Vs. 'The Martian'
Is Martian science fiction making us ignorant of Mars science?
NASA Is Fully Prepared to Watch the Oceans Swallow Earth
NASA already has numerous missions devoted to mapping sea level rise, and more on the way.
Scientists Have Finally Sampled the Most Abundant Material on Earth
It’s called bridgmanite, and it exists roughly 500 miles beneath wherever you are right now.
Earth's Inner Core Might Be Weaker Than We Thought
A new model of the Earth with a weak inner core might explain the observations that have confounded scientists for years.
Amy Shira Teitel