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‘Uncertainty is not our friend’: Scientists are still struggling to understand the sea level risks posed by Antarctica

By Chris Mooney and Brady Dennis Photo: Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images
Two studies find the Paris climate goals could significantly reduce sea level rise by 2100 — but also show researchers still grappling with how climate change will alter the world’s largest ice sheet
05/05/21
                                                               

6,000 years of arrows emerge from melting Norwegian ice patch

The record-setting discovery of 68 projectiles from the Neolithic to the Viking Era also upends ideas on how ice both preserves and destroys archaeological finds.
11/25/20
                                                               

Food shortage may finish polar bears by 2100

by Tim Radford Photo: Hans-Jurgen Mager on Unsplash
How long polar bears can survive depends on how long they can last without food. And that may be: not long enough. The post Food shortage may finish polar bears by 2100 appeared first on…
07/24/20

Human climate change causes Arctic’s record heat

The coldest place in the Arctic has experienced record heat. Climate change has made this 600 times more probable. The post Human climate change causes Arctic’s record heat appeared first on Climate News Network.
07/23/20

Arctic Ocean is set for more turbulent future

The Arctic Ocean is about to become more violent, with higher storm waves and higher frequency, across a wide region. The post Arctic Ocean is set for more turbulent future appeared first on Climate News…
07/20/20
                                                               

I am a diver who documents climate change in the Arctic. And I am running out of time

By Jill Heinerth Photo: Jill Heinerth
I am grateful for the opportunity to preserve images of this endangered kingdom, but what will happen to the people and animals of the North?
10/06/19
                                                               

I am a diver who documents climate change in the Arctic. And I am running out of time

By Jill Heinerth Photo: Jill Heinerth
I am grateful for the opportunity to preserve images of this endangered kingdom, but what will happen to the people and animals of the North?
10/06/19
                                                               

Dark Snow

The Dark Snow Project gathers ‘hard numbers’ from the Arctic to quantify the distant snow/ice melting impact of industrial and wildfire black carbon soot; mineral dust; and microbes, each melt factor having some human driven…
12/17/18