Artist Diane Burko Shows Us Our World, and It’s Vanishing

20 March 2018, by

An upcoming exhibition at the Rowan University Art Gallery in Glassboro, New Jersey, will feature large-scale paintings and photographs that offer a striking look into the contrasting world of beauty and despair. Artist Diane Burko will have her work on display until April 21, 2018.

Video of the Week: Ice Memory

14 March 2018, by

In a bid to preserve ice cores from some of the world’s most endangered glaciers, scientists are creating a global ice archive sanctuary in Antarctica.

Photo Friday: Exploring the Possibility of Glaciers in Wakanda

9 March 2018, by

The newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Black Panther,” is set in the fictional Eastern African nation of Wakanda, which contains their exclusive metal vibranium, but does it contain glaciers?

Reconstructing Norway’s Oldest Garment: the Tunic of Lendbreen

14 February 2018, by

In 2011, archaeologists came across a crumpled piece of cloth in the ice of Lendbreen Glacier. When examined, it turned out to be an incredibly well-preserved 1,700-year-old tunic that became the oldest piece of clothing found in Norway. Now it has been reconstructed.

Iceland’s Vanishing Beauty: An Interview with Michael Kienitz

8 February 2018, by

Michael Kienitz, a photojournalist based in Madison, WI, has been collecting images of the vanishing glaciers in South East Iceland for the last five years. In this time, he has witnessed dramatic changes in the shape and size of the Icelandic glaciers. He describes his experience of documenting such changes in Iceland in this interview with GlacierHub.

One of Pilø’s team members finding an remarkably well-preserved arrow near a melting ice patch at 1900m in Jotunheimen

Hunting for History through the Eyes of the Ice

6 February 2018, by

In the mountainous region of Norway, glacier archaeologists have recently discovered over 2,000 artifacts. Through radiocarbon dating, they have reconstructed trends in intensity of reindeer hunting and civilization from 4000 CE.

Photo Friday: Core Of Climate Science

19 January 2018, by

This Photo Friday, examine Earth’s climate past through Peggy Weil’s film “88 cores,” showcasing ice cores going back more than 110,000 years from the Greenland Ice Sheet.

Photo Friday: Capturing Climate Change Through Art

29 December 2017, by

This Photo Friday, view Zaria Forman’s painstakingly drawn, detailed pastel drawings that transport viewers to remote areas and showcase landscapes in flux.

Interview with Alsak Grinsted, the Creator of Daily Glacier Bot

21 December 2017, by

Aslak Grinsted, a Danish geoscientist, has created a daily twitter feed, called Daily Glacier Bot, which features before and after images of individual glaciers. GlacierHub interviewed him on the techniques behind the bot, and on his reasons for developing it. He is seeking to promote understanding of climate change around the world.

Photo Friday: The Alpine Photographer

24 November 2017, by

This Photo Friday view the Alps through the eyes of Fiona Bunn, a British and Swiss Alpine photographer who is committed to creating awareness of human impacts on glacier landscapes.

Roundup: Kyrgyzstan Protests, Alaskan Glacial Runoff, and Rap Music

13 November 2017, by

In this week’s roundup, we explore protests defending glaciers in Kyrgyzstan, a study about glacial runoff in Alaska, and rap artist Gucci Mane’s latest album called El Gato the Human Glacier.

Disappearing Ice and Invisible People

26 October 2017, by

Repeat photography, a method that compares historical and recent photographs to find changes within a landscape, fails to provide a complete perspective of glacier retreat as it doesn’t capture the societal context, culture, and stories of the local people.