Arctic seafloor is "leaking" methane

As noted in prior posts, the evidence for climate change can be found in the many changes occurring across the globe. One of the most disturbing such events is the recent evidence that the Arctic seafloor is emitting methane into the atmosphere. As noted in several prior posts, methane is a significant...

Fissures found in glaciers raise questions about future ice movement

Water is at the heart of the dynamic behavior of glaciers. Water located beneath a glacier is believed to "lubricate" its movement toward the sea. How glaciers melt and move is likely to have a major impact on sea levels. It thus came as an apparent surprise to researchers when they discovered...