Meteorologists are calling it among the biggest, longest-lasting chills they’ve seen since monitoring began in the 1950s.
With some 100 members – scientists, technicians and crew, the expedition the largest Arctic science expedition in history.
Greenland glacier melting crosses 'tipping point', won't recover if global warming ended today: Study
Reports of the ice melt in the Arctic – which is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet – have multiplied in recent years.
The fate of polar bears has long been a flashpoint in the debate over human-caused climate change, used by scientists and environmentalists as well as deniers in their arguments
The 17-page document covers the first stage of the plan which will span two years, ending 2022.
The Stories In My Life: Dostoevsky's White Nights sees two strangers negotiate unlikely love — and loss
Dostoevsky's White Nights seems to be built of a certain crepuscular dream-light; it is a story that moves very much in the real world yet seems to exist in some liminal, intensely charged, private universe. It covers typical Dostoevsky terrain: surface conformities covering the most awesome turbulence of conflicted souls, love, exaltation, loss | Neelam Saran Gour writes in 'The Stories In My Life'
The wolf was found in permafrost with its fur and teeth intact, the tissues will be preserved for future studies
Chasing the Aurora Borealis in the sky over the Arctic Circle