Photo Friday: Alaska’s Sheridan Glacier––via Operation IceBridge

6 December 2019, by

A stunning image of Sheridan Glacier in southeast Alaska from Operation Ice Bridge, which after a decade of airborne ice observations, has been replaced by a new satellite.

Photo Friday: Glaciers of the McMurdo Dry Valleys

29 November 2019, by

The McMurdo dry valleys are one of the world’s most extreme deserts. The region is also home to eleven named glaciers. The Suess, Canada, and Commonwealth Glaciers are shared this Photo Friday.

Photo Friday: Taku Glacier Is Finally Receding

22 November 2019, by

Climate change has caught up with the world’s deepest and thickest alpine glacier, which had been advancing since records began in 1946––Taku is finally receding.

Photo Friday: GIF Shows Dramatic Reduction of Gergeti Glacier

15 November 2019, by

A researcher at the Tbilisi State University in Georgia, created a 3D map, or GIF, showing the retreat of the Gergeti Glacier over the period 1882-2019.

Photo Friday: “Antarctica” – An Exhibit Showcasing Lamont Scientists’ Photos from the Field

8 November 2019, by

Scientists from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory travel the world each year for the purposes of their research. An exhibition displaying their photographs provides a glimpse into a fragile world that few get the opportunity to see.

Photo Friday: Flashback with Historical Photos of Glacier National Park

1 November 2019, by

Glacier National Park has digitized and uploaded photographs from the 1940s through the 1960s. These photos provide a glimpse into the past and reveal how the landscape within the park has changed over time.

Huge Cracks in Antarctic Glacier Foreshadow Epic Calving Event

30 October 2019, by

The European Space Agency (ESA) released a video this past week showing the evolution of two very large and disconcerting cracks in Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier. They have each grown to 20km in length and could shear off a hunk of ice the size of Paris and Manhattan combined.

Photo Friday: Nevados de Chillán at Risk of Volcanic Eruption

25 October 2019, by

Chile’s geology and mining agency has issued a level-orange alert for the complex of snow-capped stratovolcanoes, indicating a significant uptick in volcanic activity.

Photo Friday: Turkey’s Glaciers

18 October 2019, by

Two-thirds of Turkey’s glaciers are located within the Taurus Mountains, which stretch from the Mediterranean coast to the border between Iraq and Iran. A 2015 study says the country’s glaciers have shrunk by half since the 1970s.

Photo Friday: Inside the Final Negotiations of the IPCC’s Special Report on the Oceans and Cryosphere

4 October 2019, by

IPCC authors and national delegates put the final touches on the Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate during negotiations in Monaco ahead of the release of the report on Sept. 25.

Photo Friday: A Funeral Procession for Switzerland’s Pizol Glacier

27 September 2019, by

One month after a commemoration of the first glacier in Iceland lost to climate change, 250 people gathered in the Glarus Alps of northeastern Switzerland to mark the demise of the Pizol Glacier.

‘Landscapes Need a Voice’: GlacierHub Speaks With Photographer Fiona Bunn

26 September 2019, by

The alpine photographer, who’s also an avid hiker and climber, speaks with GlacierHub about her most recent exhibition and the role of the photographer in a world increasingly shaped by climate change.