Archives 2013

Story Archives From 2013, Featuring All of Our Archived Stories From Recent To Older

Icebergs the size of Manhattan’s Central Park break off of Greenland’s outlying glaciers and trigger earthquakes that can be detected thousands of miles away. About
Capturing and storing the 29 billion tons of carbon dioxide the world emits annually from burning fossil fuels could help clamp a lid on climate change.
Africa—the continent for catching a glimpse of lions, zebras, elephants and glaciers. Yes, glaciers.  The quest for climate change clues led geologist and paleoclimatologist Meredith Kelly to Uganda
Top climate scientists assessed the impact of melting glaciers, rising sea levels and lakes turning into deserts at this year's Comer Abrupt Climate Change Conference in Wisconsin.
In a period of less than 100 years, the Mongol Empire spread across Eurasia and encompassed the greatest contiguous land empire in history under the


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