Geoscientists estimate that a mountain slope could collapse into Prince William Sound within a year, and likely within 20 years, triggering devastating waves.
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More than four million people have been forced to abandon their homes and reach emergency shelters, increasing the risk of contagion.
Artifacts from a receding ice patch provide a glimpse of Iron Age and Viking activity along a mountain pass.
What happened in Michigan shines a light on our aging and failing infrastructure. The question remains, will we do something now to fix it?
By building resilience into our infrastructure and communities, we can reduce the damages from natural disasters and recover from shocks more easily.
The study explains how friction alters the velocity of glaciers. It could have important implications for improving sea level rise projections.
The immediate and apocalyptic stakes of climate change can be overwhelming to the point of despair. Can we stay motivated by clinging to optimism, or are we better off accepting the value of a partial victory?
Experts discussed how climate and the coronavirus will affect food supply chains, and how university-led projects such as ACToday can help take on major challenges like these.
Assimilation and colonization are still happening in our own backyard.