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  • An image of a man taking a photo inside an ice cave

    Roundup: New Museums, Ice Quakes, and Ice Caves

    Glaciarium – A New Museum Dedicated to Patagonian Glaciers Opens in Argentina “Designed as an environment that promotes knowledge and awakens the senses, Glaciarium seeks to emotionally move the visitor through noble visual and narrative resources . . .” Read More, here.   Calving Glaciers causing “Ice Quakes” Analysts at the Alaska Earthquake Center discovered that calving glaciers…

  • Glaciers Influence Marine Invertebrates in Chile

    Zooplankton are tiny creatures that drift in water bodies. A recent study by Meerhoff et al. in Progress in Oceanography describes linkages which connect them with glaciers. The researchers observed meroplankton—organisms which have planktonic features in their larval stages, but live sessile in the bottom as adults. They worked in the fjords of the Baker…

  • Photo Friday: The Frozen Diamonds in Patagonia

    A Glaciers Photo Contest was held last summer by ViewBug and Resource Magazine. It is difficult to capture galciers due to the size, location, and reflection of light. However, the winner of this contest, Paul Cashman, mastered the task with “The Coldest Shots of Patagonia“. In order to well capture these cold giants, he traveled…

  • Photo Friday: Glaciers for all seasons in Patagonia

    Patagonia’s stunning scenery was the reason this area of southern Argentina became the namesake of the popular brand of outdoor clothing. Photographer Alex Proimos photographed its glacier ice caves, mountain lakes and the impressive Fitz Roy mountain in 2011. See more pictures from his trip in his Flickr gallery. Photo Friday highlights photo essays and collections…