In a Yale University study, researcher examined the temperatures of ancient oceans from five thousand years ago.
Antarctic ice melt may not have as much of an impact on sea level rise as first thought on sea level rise.
In a study, researchers found that rivers and human have similar breathing patterns, where they both produce large amounts of carbon dioxide the harder they work.
Are United States cities prepared for climate change? A new study has examined six American cities and has ranked them in terms of how prepared they are for changing weather.
Earth's climate may be far more sensitive to carbon dioxide than scientists once thought.
A glacier in northeast Greenland is crumbling-and may just raise sea levels because of it.
How did an abrupt climate shift impact Earth? New research has taken a closer look as to how climatic changes in the North Atlantic propagated globally.
Climate change may actually be moving mountains. Scientists have pointed to strong interaction between climate shifts and internal movement in the North American St. Elias Mountain Range.
The Persian Gulf may simply be too hot for humans by the end of the century.
Most people are aware that climate change causes a host of issues around the world. But did you know that it may be responsible for more salt in the North Atlantic?
California may be experience double the amount of severe droughts and floods later this century. The weather patterns El Niño and La Niña could play havoc on local ecosystems in the region.