Clamor about whether climate change will cause increasingly destructive tropical storms may be overshadowing a more unrelenting threat to coastal property — sea-level rise — according to a team of researchers writing in the journal Nature this week.
Predictions of sea level rise could become more accurate, thanks to new insight into how glacier movement is affected by melting ice in summer. Studies of the Greenland ice sheet, including during a record warm summer, are helping scientists better understand how summer conditions affect its flow. This is important for predicting the future contribution made by melting glaciers to sea level rise.
Whatever we do, greenhouse gas emissions have alreadytriggered an irreversible warming of Earth that will cause sea levels to rise for more than a thousand years to come, claims a European team.
Sea level rises are accelerating along parts of the US East Coast as much as four times faster than the average for the rest of the world.
Scientists studying coral off the coast of Tahiti have linked a collapse of the world's ice sheets 14,600 years ago to a sudden 14-meter rise in global sea-levels.
It’s easy to not be aware of the fact, or to forget there were actually five Planet of the Apes movies back in the day, because the follow ups mostly weren’t that great, and the original 1967 Apes movie was an absolute classic.
As a big fan of the original Planet of the Apes, of course I was skeptical before Rise of the Planet of the Apes came out.
The large increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide at the end of the last ice age wasn't released by the oceans, scientists have concluded.
Rising sea levels could threaten an average of nine percent of the land within 180 US coastal cities by 2100.
Microsoft security expert has warned that Java-based malware attacks are on the rise.