NASA captures images of a crack in enormous Greenland glacier.
Climate change is real, and a series of photographs from the Geological Society of America proves it.
A recent study has revealed that Greenland's tidewater glaciers are losing ice mass.
Scientists are getting a better understanding of how glaciers behave, and have found out that they may actually "pulsate."
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 have uncovered new clues to melting glaciers.
Greenland's glaciers may be retreating far more quickly than expected.
How do glaciers flow? Scientists are getting a closer look thanks to animated satellite images. The new findings reveal a bit more about how glaciers flow and change over time.
Melting Scandinavian ice may provide the missing piece for one of the most enduring puzzles of the last Ice Age.
A glacier in northeast Greenland is crumbling-and may just raise sea levels because of it.
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.