In GlacierHub’s latest Video of the Week, watch musicians perform a song on instruments carved from pieces of Arctic glacial ice. The song “Ocean Memories” is part of a campaign to protect the world’s oceans.
In GlacierHub’s Video of the Week, watch a 55-second NASA animation of the history of glaciers since the last Ice Age and learn about the importance of glacial isostatic adjustment.
In today’s Video of the Week, watch an energetic grizzly bear slide down a snowfield in Glacier National Park. Located in Montana, the park contains a total of 25 glaciers.
The proglacial lake at the foot of Kiwi Glacier, one of the longest glaciers in the Cariboo Mountains at British Columbia, continues to grow. Increased retreat has resulted in hundreds of icebergs on its lake.
Watch the trailer for a 2018 documentary film, “Not OK,” about Iceland’s Okjökull Glacier, the first glacier to be lost due to climate change.
GlacierHub’s Video of the Week looks at overcrowding on Mount Everest, which has led to multiple climber deaths and criticism of the lack of sufficient management of the increasing number of assents on the world’s tallest peak.
In GlacierHub’s Video of the Week, tour guide Halldor Sigurdsson walks through an ice tunnel inside Iceland’s Myvatnsjokull Glacier.
Video from Ohio State University researcher Santiago de la Peña shows raging meltwater streams already carving through the surface of Greenland.
In this Video of the Week, residents of the Swiss Alps are seen covering a glacier with ginormous tarps in the hope of preserving an important source of water and cultural significance.