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GPS Network unit September 21, 2016
Greenland ice is melting 7 percent faster than previously thought
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measuring the water content of a birch tree July 20, 2016
Trees' surprising role in the boreal water cycle quantified
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a simulation of the Antarctic ozone hole June 30, 2016
Scientists observe first signs of healing in the Antarctic ozone layer
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thawing Arctic permafrost soils June 13, 2016
Carbon dioxide biggest player in thawing permafrost
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researchers measuring meltwater runoff June 9, 2016
Study finds link between 2015 melting Greenland ice, faster Arctic warming
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fogbow over Summit Camp on the Greenland Ice Sheet May 4, 2016
Study finds ice isn't being lost from Greenland's interior
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an image of a stack of rocks March 29, 2016
In search of compromise among climate risk management strategies
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rivers of melted ice and a meltwater lake March 28, 2016
Climate change: Greenland melting tied to shrinking Arctic sea ice
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Feng Sheng Hu October 19, 2015
Study: Alaskan boreal forest fires release more carbon than the trees can absorb
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Santiaguito's Caliente dome July 8, 2015
New timeline links volcanic eruptions to centuries of cold temperature extremes
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volcanic glass shards July 8, 2015
Volcanic eruptions that changed human history
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a crater left behind and a deep crack in the ice January 21, 2015
Two lakes beneath the ice in Greenland, gone within weeks
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portion of the edge of the Greenland Ice Sheet January 20, 2015
Greenland Ice: The warmer it gets the faster it melts
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terrestrial organic matter spilling into a lake August 21, 2014
Sunlight, not microbes, key to CO2 in Arctic
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headwaters of the Sagavanirktok River August 21, 2014
Sunlight controls the fate of carbon released from thawing arctic permafrost
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Toolik Field Station from the shore of Toolik Lake June 9, 2014
Flagship U.S. Arctic research facility welcomes EU scientists
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open water in northeast Greenland March 17, 2014
Researchers: Northeast Greenland ice loss accelerating
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Jin Liao checks the instrumentation in Barrow, AK January 13, 2014
High levels of molecular chlorine found in arctic atmosphere
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view of Upernavik Isfjord November 22, 2013
Greenland's shrunken ice sheet: We've been here before
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mixture of different types of Antarctic sea ice September 17, 2013
Stronger winds explain puzzling growth of sea ice in Antarctica
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image of an Arctic fox August 1, 2013
Arctic sea-ice loss has widespread effects on wildlife
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Karen Beard with a tundra swan nest July 23, 2013
Bird's Eye View: Effects of Trophic Mismatch in Alaska
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students in a boat use acoustic imaging April 21, 2013
Earth's Current Warmth Not Seen in the Last 1,400 Years or More, Says Study
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polar graphic April 9, 2013
Satellite Sandwich Technique Improves Analysis of Geographical Data
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predicted distribution of vegetation April 1, 2013
New Models Predict Drastically Greener Arctic in Coming Decades
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a scene in southern Greenland March 31, 2013
New Models Predict Drastically Greener Arctic in Coming Decades
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log entry of the U.S.S. Bear from June 22, 1884 March 28, 2013
Volunteers Use Historic U.S. Ship Logbooks to Uncover Arctic Climate Data
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image of a cyclone over the Arctic January 31, 2013
Cyclone Did Not Cause 2012 Record Low for Arctic Sea Ice
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glaciers on  the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard September 27, 2012
High-arctic Heat Tops 1,800-year High, Says Study
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composite photograph of a GNET GPS unit July 24, 2012
GPS Can Now Measure Ice Melt, Change in Greenland Over Months Rather Than Years
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