Models show how vast landscapes in east of the country will respond under different climate scenarios.
The findings shed new light on the history of human migration in the region and the ancestry of the people who first settled the Americas.
"When a volcano is silent for a long time, its first explosion can be catastrophic," researcher Ivan Kulakov said.
Helium is a vital element in several industries, and a global shortage could have devastating effects.
Geomagnetic jerks were first discovered in the 1970s—but their cause has been unknown until now.
Plant scientists can now use the species to create new bioenergy crops to withstand temperature extremes.
Eerie images shared online show the shocking impact of coal mining.
he TWorld Magnetic Model set to be revised as the north magnetic pole moves from Canada toward Siberia.
Four million people living in the Arctic permafrost area will be affected by damage to infrastructure.
To serve, and protect, and throw snowballs.
The foal was discovered in the ice of Siberia's "mouth of hell."
While the finding could have exciting implications for many scientific fields, the thawing of permafrost may not be good news for humankind.
Reports of a cloud of darkness blocking out the Sun at noon above northern Siberia have raised questions.
Officials said the baby girl died after her lungs "literally exploded from the inside."
The $20,000 drone smashed itself to pieces on a three-storey apartment building just seconds into its maiden flight.
Locals raged at officials, asking how children ended up trapped to burn or suffocate inside the flaming shopping center.
The gold and silver bars fell out of the plane after the hatch door broke during takeoff.
The man reportedly wrote a letter to Vladimir Putin, before setting himself on fire in front of his local city council.
The village's electronic thermometer, installed to showcase the town's famously wintry climes, reportedly broke after hitting -62 degrees Fahrenheit this week.
The tomb appears to be both the oldest and largest of its kind ever recorded in southern Siberia.
The toys' purpose was unknown, but the grave belonged to a "common child," as opposed to one of an elite social class.