by Samantha Page Nov 13, 2015
by Samantha Page Aug 5, 2015
Glacial melt, which contributes to sea level rise, is one of the most catastrophic effects of climate change.
by Katie Valentine May 27, 2015
Thousands of glaciers in the Mount Everest region could shrink dramatically this century, a new study has found.
by Ari Phillips Aug 15, 2014
Glaciers have been retreating globally since the end of the "Little Ice Age" in the mid-19th century, but now humans are the primary culprits.
by Ari Phillips Jan 13, 2014
Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier accounts for about one-fourth of the total ice melt from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. If the entire ice sheet retreated it could cause sea level to rise by more than 10 feet.