Today's Moment of Science is all about the role that glaciers play in giving those chilly lakes such incredible turquoise colors.
Learn about the iceberg that sank the Titanic, on this Moment of Science.
Is Earth's climate vulnerable to small disturbances? Two geologists described the past vulnerability of an ocean current called the North Atlantic conveyor.
Ice caps and glaciers are melting. Ocean levels are rising. Whatever is causing it, there's no longer any way to deny that global warming is for real.
The Neanderthals were smart, tough, and well-adapted to the cold where they lived in regions north of Africa, so what happened to them?
What makes the Great Salt Lake in northern Utah salty? What makes freshwater lakes...well, fresh?
Is Chicago really sinking? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Over a hundred quakes have happened in the last decade. But they didn't occur near fault lines. What were they near? Find out on this Moment of Science.
During the current ice age glaciers have advanced and retreated over twenty times. We’re living during one of the warmer periods when the glaciers have retreated.
This means that the ice cover contains microorganisms that date back thousands of years; recently scientists found microorganisms that froze way back when Rome was founded.