Ask the Expert - Is it too late to reduce climate change?
Climate change chronicles from NASA, Dr. Chip Miller, Principal Investigator of CARVE, answers the question posed by a reader.
As Permafrost Thaws, Scientists Study the Risks
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A bubble rose through a hole in the surface of a frozen lake.
Not-So-Permanent Permafrost: 850 Billion Tons of Carbon Stored in Frozen Arctic Ground Could Be Released
As much as 44 billion tons of nitrogen and 850 billion tons of carbon stored in arctic permafrost, or frozen ground, could be released...
The Environmental Protection Agency expects to introduce new regulations on power plants...
Despite large temperature increases in Alaska in recent decades, a new analysis of NASA airborne data...
One small "hot spot" in the U.S. Southwest is responsible for producing the largest concentration of the greenhouse gas methane seen over the United States...
As climate change melts Arctic permafrost and releases large amounts of methane into the atmosphere...
The world’s permafrost contains roughly 227 Gigatonnes of carbon – more than one-third of the current amount of carbon in the atmosphere.