Internet search engine giant Google celebrated the First Day of Winter, also called the Winter Solstice, with a special doodle on its homepage on Saturday.
Arctic sea ice last month was around 50 per cent higher in volume compared with a year earlier, following a recovery in area this summer, the European Space Agency (ESA) said today.
Art imitates life, and with it myriad hues the rainbow eucalyptus tree is definitely not a handiwork of an abstract artist, but Mother Nature herself.
Scientists have said that the Sun`s magnetic field will flip soon.
A new study has shown that most tropical rain falls in the Northern Hemisphere because of ocean currents originating from the poles, thousands of miles away.
The biomass of the northern hemisphere`s forests has been mapped with greater precision to help improve our understanding of the carbon cycle and our prediction of Earth`s future climate.
Over two dozen people have been killed in flash floods and earthquake in different provinces of Afghanistan during the past two days.
A magazine publisher and a photographer have been placed under formal investigation in France for allegedly breaching the privacy of Duchess Kate.
Stargazers can get a glimpse of a one-time-only visitor- Comet PanSTARRS - in the dark western sky this week
Emergency and fire services in Australia have been put on high alert as temperatures are predicted to go over 40 degrees Celsius.
Satellites observations have indicated that snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere is decreasing much faster than expected.
Land areas are now much more likely to experience an extreme summer heat wave than they were in the middle of the 20th century.
Shrinking arctic ice could be triggering widespread cold outbreaks in the Northern Hemisphere in recent years.
The official onset of winter and the beginning of the end for long, dark nights in the northern hemisphere is marked by the winter solstice.
Scientists claim to have found evidence that nitrogen from human activity has been polluting lakes in the northern hemisphere since the late 19th century.
Animals across the world are fleeing global warming by heading north much faster than they were less than a decade ago, a new study says.
The Perseid meteor showers, an annual display of shooting stars in Northern Hemisphere, are underway with an expected peak on Friday, but a full moon will hamper seeing all but the brightest meteors.
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