Researchers race to measure and predict the Greenland ice sheet's seaward slide.
Instrumentation for Polar Glaciology and Geophysics Research Workshop; Baltimore, Maryland, 9–10 October 2014
Interspersed layers of debris in some of Antarctica's glaciers give clues to ancient swings in climate.
New measurements made in Greenland’s ice sheet show ice deformation in a caterpillar-like flow.
Scientists address human-driven trends in the Greenland Ice Sheet surface mass balance.
Ice Sheet System Model Workshop; Bergen, Norway, 2–4 June 2014
Researchers examined the water flowing into and out of several Antarctic ice streams to determine the cause of a recent observed slowdown of some of these ice streams.
Using satellite-tracked devices that can withstand multiple collisions with ice blocks, scientists can now track water as it melts and swirls through fjords.