In this week’s Roundup, read about snow sublimation on a Himalayan glacier, hydropower production in India, and the Predator First Paradox.
In this week’s Roundup, learn about how climate change and policy affects South Asia’s Teesta River, see the launch of World Water Week, and discover the importance of the concept of loss and damage for the cryosphere.
This week, learn about a new scholarship that was offered this year to Quechua speakers, the dangers of crossing planetary thresholds, and how Columbia’s glaciers may become extinct.
For this week’s Roundup, read about a deadly glacier in Norway, inducting new species into the “highest known vascular plant” category, and a recent assessment report on glaciers in the Peruvian Andes.
In this week’s Roundup, read about the dethroning of Sweden’s tallest mountain after its glaciers melted, glacier retreat on Maliy Aktru Glacier in Russia, and the anthropogenic influence on primary succession in glacier forelands.
In this week’s Roundup, read about the first Holocene oxygen isotope record from the Aleutian Islands, species composition of the nonbiting midges family in glacier-fed rivers, and the diversity of prokaryotes on the Lewis Glacier in Kenya.
In this week’s Roundup, read about experts united for sustainable mountain development, a study on the Holocene history of Helheim Glacier, and the impact on disaster governance in Ladakh, India.
This week, explore climate change and religion, the economic impacts of climate change on glacial river systems, and the recession of the Drang Drung glacier.
In this week’s Roundup, we have the study of plant life in extreme weather conditions, an analysis of the availability of fresh water sources in the Tibetan Plateau, and research on the effect global warming on the Alaskan salmon population.
In this weeks Roundup, read about mercury in meltwater in Tibet, fish diversity in Himalayan streams, and black flies in Colombia.
In this week’s Roundup, read about the geology behind Iceland’s Holuhraun eruption, distribution of black flies in the Columbian Andes, and the effects of black carbon from Urumqi on glacier melting on the Tian Shan mountains.
In this week’s Roundup, check out recent studies on a new purple bacteria species discovered in a western Chinese glacier in the Tianshan, GLOF characteristics in the arid Andes of Chile, and the nature of glacier flow rates through exit glaciers in Greenland.