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December 16, 2016
Ship to mash, ram polar ice as US aims to update aging fleet
The only U.S. ship capable of breaking through Antarctica's thick ice is getting scrubbed down, fixed up and loaded with ...
December 15, 2016
Ice hidden in shadowy craters on dwarf planet Ceres
Several shadowy craters on the dwarf planet Ceres contain ice, scientists reported Thursday. Deposits of ice have previously ...
December 14, 2016
Arctic's year of crazy extremes as warming hits overdrive
Warming at the top of the world has gone into overdrive, happening twice as fast as the rest of the globe, and extending ...
December 14, 2016
Lab coats vs. climate change: Scientists rally for research
Scientists in lab coats hoisting signs saying "Ice has no agenda, it just melts" have rallied in San Francisco to defend ...
November 30, 2016
Icy basin in Pluto's heart may be natural sinkhole
The deep icy basin in Pluto's heart-shaped region may be a natural sinkhole. In a study published Wednesday, a team led by ...
November 19, 2016
2 moose found frozen mid-fight near remote Alaska village
Two moose were recently discovered frozen in battle and encased in ice near a remote village on Alaska's unforgiving western ...
November 03, 2016
Study links human actions to specific Arctic sea ice melt
Driving a gas-powered car about 90 miles — the distance between New York and Philadelphia — melts about a square foot of ...
October 25, 2016
Researcher killed in icy 100-foot plunge was 'smart,' 'fun'
A University of Maine professor who plunged into a 100-foot crevasse in Antarctica while conducting research was remembered ...
September 21, 2016
Greenland ice loss 40 trillion pounds bigger than thought
Greenland is losing about 40 trillion pounds more ice a year than scientists had thought, according to a new study that used ...
August 24, 2016
Study: Man-made warming may have started decades earlier
Man-made global warming may have started a few decades earlier than scientists previously figured, a new study suggests.