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  • Photo Friday: Massive Landslide in Glacier Bay National Park

    This summer a 4,000-foot mountainside collapsed on the Lamplugh Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska. Sightseeing and charter flight pilot Paul Swanstrom was the first to discover and photograph the massive landslide after he noticed a large cloud of dust over the glacier. This region in Alaska is very geologically active and landslides…

  • Photo Friday: Mia Baila’s “Portraits of Ice”

    Mia Baila has been painting glaciers in Alaska since she first saw them in 2008. In an email to Glacierhub, she wrote that she describes these paintings of glaciers as “Portraits of Ice,” and wrote that the process of representing a glacier in a painting is similar to the process of capturing the uniqueness of a…

  • Roundup: Glacier Paddleboarding and Ice Loss in the Southern Hemisphere

    Paddleboarders soak up splendors of Glacier Bay for 4 days “A typical summer day in 3.3-million-acre Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve might see cruise boats, kayakers and anglers on the water, hikers on shore, flightseers in the air. And increasingly, paddleboarders paddling among ice floes.” Read more about this new trend here.   Studying glaciers…

  • An image of Glacier Bay by Héctor Mota Via Flicker

    Round Up: Sounds of Glacier Bay, A New Book, and a Caving Video

    “Voices of Glacier Bay” Soundscape Project The National Park Service has a new project recording various sounds of nature in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska. The recordings include sounds of: calving glaciers, humpback whales, singing birds, raindrop polyrhythms, and more! Check out their website, with tons more sounds and videos.   Over 150 scientists collaborated on…