Detailed measurements of the geometry and flow of Laurichard rock glacier over 67 years reveal the distinctive behavior of these landforms through periods of warming and cooling.
Seismic signals detected hundreds of kilometers away from Greenland glaciers reveal the calving style and iceberg size.
Airborne radar from the Recovery Glacier system demonstrates the importance of characterizing the underlying causes of ice flow speedup to understand how glacial discharge could change in the future.
Accurately modeling melt rates in specific ice shelf locations is critical for forecasting how Antarctica’s ice sheet will respond to climate change.
The maps focus on surface ice velocity, showing how Antarctica’s frozen surface changed over a 7-year period.
An uninterrupted 24-year altimetry record of Amundsen Sea Embayment glaciers indicates the initiation and pace of thinning have been inconsistent across the region.
Scientists review 60 years of direct and remote observations of crevasses and the models used to simulate them.
Deep cracks in the ice may provide insight into glacier decay and help predict sea level rise.
Increasing ice temperatures and decreasing ice viscosities could lead to "thermal-viscous collapse" of the Greenland ice sheet, raising sea levels as much as 51 centimeters over the next 500 years.
Arctic glacier aquifer may respond more rapidly to climate change than larger aquifers found on the Greenland ice sheet.