New executive order from President Trump rolls back environmental regulations from the Obama Administration.
Researchers from the University of New Hampshire indicate that the vernal window may opening earlier.
February 2017 was much warmer than normal, especially across eastern North America.
Sea extent was the lowest on record for the month of February in both the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
The UKMET office has released their annual outlook for global atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration.
New research indicates that the human influence on Arctic sea ice extent may have been going on longer than previously thought.
January did not set a record high, but it was still abnormally warm
A look at the long-term trends in temperature and precipitation for the Lower 48 states.
Sea ice extent in both the northern and southern hemisphere was at record low levels for the month of January
How fast are ocean levels rising?
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