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Scientists are challenging the theory that icebergs made 1912, the year RMS Titanic was lost to the North Atlantic, an exceptionally hazardous year for shipping.
The Arctic is a region in the midst of a historical transformation and satellite imagery is allowing scientists to observe these changes unfolding, explains WIREs Climate Change
New research in the Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, has found that fractured rocks may explain why the Nazca and South American tectonic plates have been the centre of a series of powerful earthquakes throughout the last century.
New research in Geophysical Research Letters analyses earthquake swarms caused by mounting volcanic pressure which may signal an eminent eruption.
New research in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry reveals the fatal impact of diesel fuel on plankton, a crucial food source which underpins the polar ecosystem.
Tropical cyclones could be made stronger as global warming results in rising sea temperatures, reveals new research in the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems.
The authors Peter Goos and Bradley Jones talk about their book
WIREs Climate Change explores how the politics of climate change has shifted from one of consensus, to overt tribalism, and asks how this may be changed by the rise of hitherto fringe political parties.
Geophysical Research Lettersexplores link between climate change and Arctic cyclones
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Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surfacereports on the feedback system within the Garhwal Himalayas
Recently exposed arctic moss reveals temperatures have reached levels unprecedented in 44,000 years
Biotropica explores the migration of Marpesia chiron butterflies in the rainforests of Panama
The management of future bushfires will become increasingly complex, with trade-offs that demand astute recognition and knowledge of current and future trends, as well as how these trends interact with each other in a dynamic and intricate world. Deploying empirical data, embedding experiential insights and involving stakeholder communities will also play a key role in how bushfires can be managed effectively.
Geophysical Research Letters study explores Rome airport's mysterious gas 'geyser'
Meteoritics & Planetary Science reports on Canada's ancient underwater meteorite crater
Earth’s Future Emphasizes the Earth as an Interactive, Evolving System under the Influence of the Human Enterprise
Geophysical Research Letters explores interaction between Jupiter’s aurora and the planets' moons
The sudden termination of large-scale geoengineering projects could drive half a century's worth of warming in just a few years.