Global sea levels are accelerating fast, according to a new study.
NASA captures images of a crack in enormous Greenland glacier.
Even if people may deny there is climate change, it won't change the fact that the seawater level will rise once Greenland's ice melts.
Oxygen level fluctuates by 0,7 percent over the past 800,000 years, according to the scientists.
Greenland's ice sheet is becoming more unstable as it is melting rapidly than previously believed.
Scientists found the stromatolites, which are considered the oldest fossils on Earth, that could also lead to search life on Mars.
Scientists found what seems to be the new oldest fossil unearthed dated back to 3.7 billion years ago when the Earth was still covered with black lava and orange skies.
NASA researchers produced the first map of the bottom of the ice sheet of Greenland, which will aid in predicting how the ice sheet responds to climate change.
The scientists found a river network that is equivalent in size to the Ohio River Basin in the landscape underneath the Jakobshavn Glacier in West Greenland.
A recent study has revealed that Greenland's tidewater glaciers are losing ice mass.
Scientists observed an unusual rate of meltdown in Greenland early this week.