Global Warming Bubbles up from the Deep

European scientists have discovered more than 250 plumes of methane (CH4) gas bubbles rising from the seabed of the West Spitsbergen continental margin in the Arctic, at a depth of 150 to 400 meters. The warming of Arctic currents by 1° over the last 30 years has triggered the release of methane, a potent [...]

The Northwest Passage: a Shortcut to Greater Arctic Warming

The thermometer will hit upper nineties again today in Washington, DC., but it’s been a pretty mild summer until now – in fact, July was slightly cooler than average. That wasn’t the case up north, way up north, in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada. In this seaside town 1,500 miles north of Seattle and well within [...]