Global sea levels are accelerating fast, according to a new study.
Study finds that a hot, parched Earth might be soaking up water, therefore reducing rising sea levels.
Scientists have found for the first time how climate-driven increases of liquid water storage on land have affected the rate of sea level rise.
Scientists are getting a better understanding of how glaciers behave, and have found out that they may actually "pulsate."
Scientists have taken a closer look at the regal damselfish, and have found that they're popping up in a part of the ocean where they don't really belong.
Climate change may be altering the Greenland ice sheet in such a way that it's causing it to looks its ability to buffer its contribution to rising sea levels.
Scientists may be getting a better estimate of rising sea levels thanks to a better understanding of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
It turns out that while Antarctica was once a balmier place, the East Antarctic Ice Sheet has remained frozen for at least 14 million years.
The Chesapeake Bay may be the site for the first climate change refugees. A new study reveals that this region may be underwater and uninhabitable within 50 years if the current rate of sea level rise continues.
Antarctic ice melt may not have as much of an impact on sea level rise as first thought on sea level rise.
A glacier in northeast Greenland is crumbling-and may just raise sea levels because of it.