Video of the Week: Glacier Expedition through History

20 June 2018, by

This week, travel back in time to 1953 through this video showcasing a Soviet expedition to Tian Shan in Central Asia.

Video of the Week: Losing Iconic Glaciers

13 June 2018, by

Glacier National Park in Montana is losing its iconic glaciers. Watch a video with photographic evidence documenting the changes.

Photo of a Greenland glacier from above

Video of the Week: Listening to Glaciers Melt

6 June 2018, by

In this week’s Video of the Week, check out how scientists are using the sounds of melting Arctic glaciers to assess how fast the glaciers are melting.

GlacierHub News Report 05:24:18

24 May 2018, by

The GlacierHub News Report is a bi-monthly video news report that features some of our website’s top stories. This week, GlacierHub news is featuring the “Doomsday” glacier, a new study on GLOFS and climate change, subglacial lakes in Canada, and some beautiful aerial shots of the Rockies!

GlacierHub News Report 05:10:18

10 May 2018, by

The GlacierHub News Report is a bi-monthly video news report that features some of our website’s top stories. This week, GlacierHub news is back with an interview with Sophie Elixhauser, a new study on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, a discussion on hazardous development in Nepal, and a theory about snowballs and slushies!

Video of the Week: Triggering Avalanches to Clear Roads

9 May 2018, by

What happens when severe weather blocks roads in high mountain passes? This week, watch how transportation and road clearing teams, in Stelvio Pass, North Italy, work to clear roads for the season by triggering avalanches.

‘Fire & Ice on the Mountain’: A Conversation with the Filmmakers

2 May 2018, by

GlacierHub had the opportunity to interview Bill Gentile and Karsten Paerregaard about the short documentary film, “Fire and Ice on the Mountain.” The film investigates the connections between religion and climate change in Peru.

Video of the Week: Fly Over the Chugach Mountains and Knik Glacier

25 April 2018, by

This week, fly above Alaska’s Chugach Mountains and Knik Glacier in a video shot by Chris Reynolds piloting a motorized paraglider. The glacier, just 50 miles from Anchorage, is one of the largest in southern Alaska at over 100,00 acres and originates near the peak of the 13,000-foot Mt. Marcus Baker.

GlacierHub News Report 04-19-18

19 April 2018, by

The GlacierHub News Report is a bi-monthly video news report that features some of our website’s top stories. This week, GlacierHub news is featuring recent stories on sea level rise, an ancient tunic, an avalanche that took place in Russia, and even the 100th year anniversary of a world famous mint.

Video of the Week: Fodar Map of Alaska’s Denali

18 April 2018, by

This week, take a look at a video of a high resolution map produced by Fairbanks Fodar of Denali and its glacier-covered peak. Located in Alaska, Denali is the highest mountain in North America.

Video of the Week: A Glacier That Keeps Collapsing

11 April 2018, by

We’ve all heard of glacial retreat. But have you heard of this glacier that keeps collapsing? Take a look at this BBC video of the Perito Moreno glacier in Argentina’s Patagonia region, where a part of the glacier just collapsed.

GlacierHub News Report 04-10-18

10 April 2018, by

We are proud to present our first ever GlacierHub News Report. The GlacierHub News Report is a bi-monthly video news report which features some of our top stories. We know our readers are busy, so we created the GlacierHub News Report to catch you up on the latest glacier news.