The Qimmeq Project is an interdisciplinary effort to better understand and preserve Greenland’s distinctive sled dogs.
A difference of half a degree Celsius would make a huge difference in the future of the Arctic. A carbon sequestration project in Iceland offers hope of keeping warming under control.
Battling rising seas and creeping asphalt, scientists race to save two endangered species.
Researchers in two separate studies documented dramatic changes beginning in the 1990s after decades of stability.
Funding sources are often insufficient to cover expenses, limiting scientists from understanding how Arctic ecosystems are responding to climate change.