A volunteer project enlists citizen scientists to transcribe climate observations buried in historic logbooks of U.S. ships that spent time in the Arctic.
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A new international assessment found that soot, or black carbon, is a major contributor to global warming — second only to carbon dioxide.
The Seahawks win four times as many home games as they lose when the weather is inclement, compared to less than two to one when it’s not.
Axial Seamount, an undersea volcano, gave warning signals hours before its eruption, scientists say in three papers published this week in the journal Nature Geoscience.