Inaction on climate 'could see rise of 6 degrees Celsius'
Politics intrudes as a Republican congressman investigates NOAA climate scientists
Using a satellite-born sensor system that can penetrate through several feet of dry surface sediments, researchers found the dry remains of an ancient river system winding for hundreds of miles below the Saharan sands
Less polluting energy sources are proliferating in the U.S. If other nations join in, the results could have global impact
Energy from wind, water and sun would eliminate nuclear and fossil fuels
Five weeks of mapping at sea suggests two possible origins for the underwater Tamu Massif
U.N. weather agency says current warming pattern in the Pacific likely to be in the top-three strongest on record
Black isn't the new green
New measurements of Tamu Massif, the world's largest volcano, indicate that it had a very complicated genesis.