Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Claudia is a science journalist and editor. Her work focuses on marine science, the environment, and wildlife, particularly regarding how humans interact with the world around them.

In Antarctica’s Shallows, a Climate Paradox

In Antarctica’s Shallows, a Climate Paradox

It might seem surprising, but less than 160 feet below the surface of Antarctica’s frigid waters, the seafloor teems with life. And that life, from bone-chomping worms to colonial creatures called bryozoans, has the potential to slow climate change — if only icebergs would stop snuffing it out.

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How a Father And Son Helped Create Weather Forecasting as We Know It

How a Father And Son Helped Create Weather Forecasting as We Know It

How Climate Change Makes Social Learning Among Animals More Important

How Climate Change Makes Social Learning Among Animals More Important