In honor of Black History Month, this Photo Friday showcases the exciting story of the first all-African American team to climb Denali, the highest peak in North America.
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.
Today’s Photo Friday offers insight into a field expedition led by a group of explorers consisting of students, faculty, and staff from around the world. The Juneau Icefield Research Program, one of the longest running glacier expeditions, has been offering students a chance to learn about glaciers through field research conducted on Juneau Icefield.
This Photo Friday, check out the transformation of four Canadian mountains and glaciers through the lenses of a repeat photography project.
This Photo Friday, view Zaria Forman’s painstakingly drawn, detailed pastel drawings that transport viewers to remote areas and showcase landscapes in flux.
A new study investigates the future impacts of climate change on healthy salmon populations in the Alaska region through a case study based on the Kenai river and the Chinook salmon. This topic is of great importance for the fishing communities: indigenous, sport and commercial fishers in the area.
In this week’s Photo Friday, let’s take a trip to the glaciers, mountains and tundras that Donner and Blitzen call home.
Glaciers played a prominent role at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the world’s largest organization of Earth and space scientists.