A team of students and faculty advisers revisited the site of pioneering geosciences expeditions from the 1920s, looking to introduce young researchers to polar science.
Runoff from the Greenland ice sheet’s high elevations could double by 2100, thanks to solid layers of ice hiding just beneath the surface.
Ancient Arctic artifacts are disappearing as warming unfurls.
More ice melted from the ice sheet on 1 August 2019 than any other day on record.
New research finds that the Greenland environment is highly sensitive to recent warming trends.
Firn aquifers—pockets of meltwater beneath the surface of an ice sheet—could have far-reaching impacts on subglacial hydrology, a new study finds.
Satellite data reveal how colorful algae are melting the Greenland ice sheet.
The effects of climate change could fuel a new sand mining industry in Greenland.
In the latest episode of its Centennial series, AGU’s Third Pod from the Sun recounts the history of a top-secret military project with unintended environmental consequences.
Using satellite imagery of grounded icebergs near Greenland, researchers estimate the drafts of these ice masses and therefore water depth, measurements that shed light on future sea level rise.