NASA’s ICESat-2 satellite recorded the cleaving of a 315-billion-ton iceberg from Amery Ice Shelf in 2019, as well as years of subtle cracking and splitting prior to the calving event.
Papers are invited for a new special collection presenting advances in modeling in glaciology that improve understanding of glaciers and ice sheets and their interactions with the Earth system.
Here’s what a century of ice melt looks like on the Alps’ highest peak.
Seismic signals detected hundreds of kilometers away from Greenland glaciers reveal the calving style and iceberg size.
New radio sounding study finds little evidence of lakes under Antarctica’s Recovery Glacier.
A new chronology shows that ice-free areas existed along the British Columbia coast earlier than previously thought.
Weather stations can be used to calibrate and validate albedo measurements from satellites, but they fail to account for variability across landscapes, overestimating how reflective our planet is.
A new study reveals key differences in ice-water interactions between glaciers that flow into lakes and glaciers that end in the sea.
The International Workshop on Land Surface Multi-spheres Processes of Tibetan Plateau; Xining, Qinghai Province, China, 8–10 August 2016
Arctic experts are watching to see whether U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will attend the Arctic Council meeting in May as a sign of how engaged the Trump administration will be in the region.