In this image taken on Thursday Aug.1, 2019 large rivers of melting water form on an ice sheet in western Greenland and drain into moulin holes that empty into the ocean from underneath the ice. (Photo
It turns out you can teach old radar data new tricks. Vintage film of airborne radar surveys from the 1970s are helping modern geophysicists understand how ice sheets flow and how seawater erodes the from
What should be like a snowcone is becoming more like a popsicle, speeding up the runoff from the melting ice sheet. When the remnants of Europe’s second summertime heat wave migrated over Greenland in
Behind the remote research huts of Sermilik ice station, a vast sheet of ice stretches north for 1,480 miles, spanning an area three times the size of France. It is holding 10% of the world’s freshwater,
One of Antarctica's biggest and most unstable glaciers is thinning faster than scientists had realized, with one of its key ice shelves losing up to 33 percent of its ice over a 30-year period ending 2009.