Photo Friday: The Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union

This week marked the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the world’s largest organization of Earth and space scientists. It brought together over 24,000 of the brightest scientific minds in New Orleans, Louisiana, to discuss groundbreaking research from every field and opportunities for a more sustainable future. Unsurprisingly, glaciers played a prominent role at the meeting, including during their own glaciology poster presentation.

This Photo Friday, enjoy some of the photos from #AGU17.

 

Posters from the glaciology poster presentation at the 2017 AGU meeting (Source: AGU/Twitter).

 

Glacier mass balance sci-art visualizations from @realglacier and @GlaciogenicArt at #AGU17 (Source: Dan Sugar/Twitter).

 

A tidbit from the cryosphere from a Glaciologist’s Perspective AGU Day 1. Image from Mariah Radue from near Potanin Glacier, Mongolia
(Source: Mauri Pelto/Twitter).

 

A presenter shows off microphones put on Matanuska Glacier to capture sounds of melting & movement (Source: ‏/Twitter).

 

Preliminary H2O chem data from Duncan Quincey at #AGU17 shows groundwater and glacier discharge dominate over precipitation in discharge of Annapurna, Nepal (Source: Alana Wilson/Twitter).
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