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Scientific findings from research done my other scientists

What can we say for sure about anthropogenic climate change?

Oh sometimes its so hard to find the right words to talk about climate science clearly. At least I struggle with this quite often, but I like the answer given by Dr Kate Marvel within this interview: Q. What can … Continue reading

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3D models of glaciers from Erik Schytt Holmund

I follow Erik Schytt Holmund (a student at Stockholm University) on sketchfab (a website for storing and viewing 3D surface models) where he posts some awesome ‘Structure from Motion – Multi View Stereo’ (SfM-MVS) surface models of glaciers and other … Continue reading

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Surging and supraglacial debris

Model studies suggest that sudden formation of supraglacial debris cover might cause glaciers to advance, by inhibiting ice melt in the lower reaches and altering the driving stresses if the debris deposit is massive enough (basically the weight of the … Continue reading

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Modelling the future of glaciers in Tirol

My former colleague Ben Marzeion (now at Bremen University) developed a simple way to calculate the changes in glaciers using only air temperature and precipitation as inputs. What is critical to a glacier is how much snowfall it gets per … Continue reading

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Debris covered glaciers as analogues for ice on Mars

Since the launch of Mariner 9 in 1071 we have been getting better and better images and information about Mars, from improved satellite imagery, radar and ground sampling from the amazing Mars rovers. We now know that both water and … Continue reading

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