We live in strange times indeed when it rains at the summit of a cold ice cap like Greenland.
In the North Atlantic, changing ocean currents mean changing weather patterns.
This past weekend I read Lynn Martel’s new book, Stories of Ice, and really enjoyed the focus on glaciers of western Canada and the adventure, … Read more
Climate change is triggering significant glacier change, which has both geomorphic and hydrologic impacts.
“The stable climate in which human civilization has flourished for thousands of years, with a largely predictable ocean permitting the growth of great coastal cities, … Read more
This morning I’m thinking of the Arctic, for a range of interrelated reasons. A tragic accident in the Arctic Ocean (M’Clure Strait) this morning claimed … Read more
I have a new post up on the CSWA blog, that uses the research field of tidewater glaciers to show how science is more like … Read more