And we wonder what is heating our seas.
And we wonder what is heating our oceans.
Cataclysmic eruptions at the Greek isle of Santorini about 3,600 years ago spewed out 9.5 to 14.3 cubic miles (40 to 60 cu km) of lava
Caused distinct climate change in less than a decade – and the same could happen again soon.
Georgia Tech instruments measure unprecedented deformation.
“The reduction of ice in the Arctic Ocean due to global warming could explain the snowy and cold winters
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Lake Vostok, the largest in a web of nearly 400 known subglacial lakes in Antarctica, “is warmed underneath by geothermal energy.”
Sea temperatures around El Hierro much higher than normal – CO2 emissions SEVEN TIMES greater than normal.
“Plate tectonics seems to be going on a little faster, at a quickened rate in this area,” say volcanologists.