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The belt holding in Antarctica's ice stocks is slowly loosening.
A little volcanic activity goes a long way.
Europe’s forests have been warming the planet.
The mineral antigorite is off the hook.
Nailing down the timing of a volcanic eruption is tricky.
Chemical identification will help locate resources deeper underground.
Warning of conditions so severe that the human body can no longer cool itself.
How to survive the possible impacts of climate change.
If the Arctic permafrost thaws, the results could be catastrophic.
A gallery of Cosmos Magazine Snapshots from the last year.
Did comets really fill our planet's oceans, or has Earth's water been here all along?
Some corals are better adapted than others to live through a heat wave.
Selenium shortages coincide with species collapse.
One photographer's glimpse of otherworldly spaces.
Volcanoes and an asteroid made for a deadly team that ended the era of giant reptiles.
Tim Flannery looks on the bright side.
Chemists convert the troublesome greenhouse gas into a valuable resource
Antarctica's ancient ice shelves are melting away.
A look back at some of our most popular articles.
Antimatter can reveal the secrets of the Earth's inner workings.
Zircon crystals could rewrite the history of life on Earth.
Smoky skies are playing havoc with our weather.
What caused Earth's first five mass extinctions?
In Southeast Asia, demand for caged songbirds is decimating wild populations.
What causes this extreme weather event and why is it set to become more common?
Geologists believe unrelieved strain remains within the fault that ruptured in Nepal on Saturday
Drew Turney reviews Planetary.