Round-Up: Melt Music, An Artist’s View, and Eruptions

 Salvatore Vitale’s Glacier Art 

(Photo: Salvator Vitale)
(Photo: Salvator Vitale)

“This is the beginning of a project that aims to explore the powerful nature of a living creature in constant evolution. I want to show how such a powerful creature can be so fragile. In those pictures you can see their magnificence, but at the same time all their fragility.”

See the images at Salvatore Vitale’s website

 

Glacial Melt Sounds Pave the Way for New Research

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“Researchers in Poland and the UK used underwater microphones to record the sound of ice calving away from a glacier in Norway.”

Have a listen with BBC News

 

Study Finds Increased Volcanic Activity Due to Changes in Glaciers

 

“Melting ice is causing the land to rise up in Iceland – and perhaps elsewhere. The result, judging by new findings on the floor of the Southern Ocean, could be a dramatic surge in volcanic eruptions.”

Read more at New Scientist

 

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