The Arctic report card this year has been released and it is not good news.
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.
The melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet happened once over a million years ago. When it happens again, the sea levels will rise by at least 20 feet.
After nearly 50 years hiding underneath the Greenland ice sheet, the Camp Century army base was uncovered due to the continuous warming climate.
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.
Scientists have discovered and ice age blob of warm water sandwiched between two major ice sheets just south of Greenland.
A new study may be a leap forward when it comes to understanding ice sheet behavior.
Researchers find that melting ice sheets caused by a warming ocean could increase global sea levels by three meters.
A team of scientists investigates the stability of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet.
The release of fresh water from melting Greenland ice sheets could interrupt the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), which is an important global ocean circulation element, according to a new study.
Researchers found that human made climate change may be hindering the start of the next ice age.
It turns out that clouds play a much larger role in the melting of the Greenland ice sheet than previously thought. Scientists have found that compared to clear skies, clouds enhance the meltwater runoff by a third.