New insights from the 2010 eruption may help volcanologists determine how glaciers shaped ancient lava flows.
An ancient drainage basin covering one fifth of Greenland predates the ice sheet and strongly influences the modern Jakobshavn Glacier, according to a new analysis of ice-penetrating radar data.
To better prepare mountain communities for possible floods, experts say that it is important to understand the communities themselves.
Ice caving started as a weekend hobby but has now blossomed into a portion of graduate student Kiya Riverman's Ph.D. research.
The NORINDIA project sheds light on how climate change could affect monsoons, droughts, and glaciers in northern India.
With climate change, some glaciers will melt faster than others, altering the proportions of nutrients in meltwater and changing downstream ecosystems.
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.
Varying amounts of glacial debris in a core of ancient sediment show the ice cover grew and shrank until airborne carbon dioxide levels fell below 600 parts per million, spurring steady growth.
Scientists observe ice dynamics in water-terminating glaciers around the world to better understand how the process of subaqueous melt drives ice loss.