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Drew Turney reviews Planetary.
Scientists disagree over the cause of the massive US snowstorms.
When scientific findings become politicised some will refuse to believe them.
The truth about the Earth's underbelly.
Dating the ancient past in tiny bites.
How grapes ferment into a unique wine is a mystery long cloaked by the term terroir.
Images from the mysterious Arctic craters.
How will China meet its new emissions target?
The IPCC now knows exactly how close we are to tipping into dangerous climate change.
Should the country overhaul the way it views its seasons?
A debate has opened up over climate sensitivity.
Changes in groundwater could predict temblors.
Climate scientists clash over warming waters.
Jo Whittaker hopes to unearth what split supercontinent Gondwana.
Scientists are racing against time to predict the next big one.
Geophysical catastrophes can have geopolitical ramifications.
Climate change could lead to a disaster for global agriculture.
Iron release boosts phytoplankton.
A 1980 wager over over scarcity versus abundance.
Continent at odds with global warming.
A new ocean for the US Navy to patrol.
Paying to stop polluters will cost more than carbon pricing.
Global warming effects only gets worse from here.
In most places on Earth, there are two high tides each day.
Scientists say mining, dam-building and fracking can cause temblors.
The answer may be blowing in the wind.
Tectonic plate theory revolutionised the way we look at our planet.
Researchers say the numbers do not look promising.
Gales, drafts, gusts and breezes – Roger Rassool investigates why we get them, and how we harness their power.
The geologist’s records provide an invaluable baseline for today’s researchers.