Researchers develop a mathematical method of modeling tabular icebergs, like the one that broke away from an Antarctic ice shelf earlier this year.
A Delaware-sized slab of ice just broke off Antarctica. Now what?
A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics discusses how climate change could affect ice streams, ice sheets, ice shelves, and sea ice in Antarctica.
A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics describes the atmospheric and oceanic processes that are causing ice loss in the Antarctic.
Researchers trace the origin of a 2015 iceberg to a crack that formed deep beneath the ice.
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.
Scientists observe ice dynamics in water-terminating glaciers around the world to better understand how the process of subaqueous melt drives ice loss.
New, more accurate satellite data provide researchers with ice shelf thickness measurements that will allow for better ice loss monitoring.
The next decade of research should focus on the need to understand the changing Antarctic environment and how organisms adapt to it, a high-level report says.