New mathematical model to explain how a massive bloom of phytoplankton is growing under the Arctic sea ice.
A team of scientists from Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration has developed a multi-billion project that could refreeze the Arctic, slowing down global warming.
A group of 14 scientists has submitted a $500-worth proposal to use gigantic machines to save the Arctic from the harsh effects of climate change.
Warming climate is causing the glaciers and ice caps in Queen Elizabeth Islands, Canada to melt nine times faster annually.
A new study from the University of Southampton revealed that Arctic lakes, which is usually frozen and covered with ice during winter months, is melting earlier each passing spring.
NASA scientists have discovered that an Arctic ice chunk the size of Florida has disappeared, and a footage of it is going viral on the Internet.
A new observation from NASA revealed that the oldest and thickest ice in the arctic has either melted or thinned away due to warming summers, leaving the sea ice cap more vulnerable to the increasing temperature of the ocean and atmosphere.
A new study revealed that the warming temperatures in the Arctic could disrupt the flow of the global nitrogen cycle, altering the natural balance between nitrogen sources and nitrogen removal.
Polar bears have taken the most drastic hit from the melting Arctic sea ice due to climate change as they find it hard to catch food for survival.
Data from the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center revealed that the Arctic sea ice is at the second lowest minimum ever recorded.
Blast from the past? Deadly small pox might return as the Arctic ice melts.
Even if 2016 is only half over, this year is already on its way to becoming the hottest year on record.
The rapid melting of sea ice in the arctic due to global warming is causing the polar bears to undertake lengthy and dangerous long-distance swims in search of food, new study shows.
While much anecdotal information has been collected since 2001 saying otherwise, a new study looking at Greenland ice sheet at higher elevations says that the ice is not darkening due to soot or carbon.