A network of lakes that rapidly drain and fill with water may lie beneath two of West Anarcticaâ€™s major ice streams.
Bubbling lakes in Siberia are releasing up to six times more methane into the atmosphere than previously thought.
The largest collection of Pleistocene human footprints in the world reveals adults and children hoofing it every which way.
A network of channels beneath Antarctica's ice could allow the movement of water, and life, from one underground lake to another.
Understanding of how animals cope with oxygen starvation may help scientists solve similar problems in humans.
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Scientists have long pondered the shapes of thousands of fast-growing lakes that are all oriented in one direction.
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