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Arctic sea ice hits its minimum extent for the year –...

Alek Petty, NASA and Linette Boisvert, NASA September marks the end of the summer sea ice melt season and...

Hurricane Ida turned into a monster thanks to a giant warm...

Nick Shay, University of Miami As Hurricane Ida headed into the Gulf of Mexico, a team of scientists was...

IPCC climate report: Profound changes are underway in Earth’s oceans and...

Robert Kopp, Rutgers University Humans are unequivocally warming the planet, and that’s triggering rapid changes in the atmosphere, oceans...

A 20-foot sea wall won’t save Miami – how living structures...

Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos, University of Miami and Brian Haus, University of Miami Miami is all about the water and living...

Surfing makes its Olympic debut – and the waves should be...

Sally Warner, Brandeis University For the first time, surfing is on the Olympic stage. The surfing...

Coral reef scientists raise alarm as climate change decimates ocean ecosystems...

Sam Purkis, University of Miami The Chagos Archipelago is one of the most remote, seemingly idyllic places on Earth....

High-tide flood risk is accelerating, putting coastal economies at risk

Renee Collini, Mississippi State University As sea level rises, it can be easy to miss the subtlety of higher...

Ancient shark teeth lost in Antarctica millions of years ago recorded...

Sora Kim, University of California, Merced Tens of million years ago, sand tiger sharks hunted in the waters off...

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How to stop using food to reward and punish your kids

Stephanie Meyers, Boston University At one time or another, just about every parent uses food to reward their kids for good behavior and achievements –...