A sea of migrating methane discovered below the permafrost in Svalbard may eventually escape its icy prison if the permafrost continues to thaw due to climate change.
A research expedition in the Southern Ocean has mapped a string of seamounts that help to shape an ocean current that flows clockwise around Antarctica.
Researchers have mapped the magma plumbing system beneath Tonga's underwater volcano and discovered three magma chambers, two of which fed the record-shattering 2022 eruption.
2023 was another eventful year for our planet, delivering broken climate records, unprecedented weather disasters and worrisome studies.
About 3,000 years ago in ancient Mesopotamia, brickmakers imprinted the names of their kings into clay bricks. Now, an analysis of the metal grains in those bricks has confirmed a mysterious anomaly in Earth's magnetic field.
Spiral petroglyphs carved into a canyon wall on the Colorado-Utah border may have been used as a calendar by the Ancestral Pueblo.
Researchers watched as a runaway greenhouse effect destroyed the habitability of a simulated planet, providing a stark climate change warning for Earth.
A group has been formed to study and promote a space-based sunshade as a method to help fend off global climate change.
Asteroids with different spins and bonding strengths may be responsible for the vast variety of impact craters on Earth, including Arizona's Barringer Crater, new simulations show.
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