Research by Center for Climate and Life Fellow Pierre Dutrieux will lead to greater understanding of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet’s future stability and associated sea level rise.
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In a century or two, future generations will be able to ‘read’ the pandemic chapter in ice cores — if glaciers still exist then.
Social distancing and mask-wearing are here to stay for the foreseeable future. This guide will help you safely disinfect and reuse some types of disposable masks.
Raymo is a world-renowned marine geologist and climate scientist whose work focuses on the history and causes of past climate change.
A simple fascination with winter and weather patterns led D’Arrigo to become a globe-trotting scientist who collects and analyzes important data from tree rings.
On Wednesday, the State of the Planet blog will be going silent in solidarity with a grassroots movement to eradicate anti-Black racism in academia and STEM.
With less pollution entering the air, our waterways are getting cleaner. Whether or not they stay that way is up to us.
Pollution is going down, but temperatures could still rise. Here’s why.
Climate scientist Suzana Camargo shares some cautionary words.
A new study finds that ocean absorption of CO2 rises and falls along with human activity and natural phenomena. The findings are important for understanding how much the oceans will offset future climate change.