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Greenland’s ice melting faster than at any time in past 12,000 years

Our project results show Greenland’s ice is starting to melt faster than at any time…

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Study sheds light on why a warmer world may equal a wetter Arctic

Research suggests that 8,000 years ago, two climatic processes may have caused western Greenland to…

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If the Greenland ice sheet melts, what happens to New York City? This reporter went to find out.

Three part podcast, photos and write up by Janet Babin of PRI’s The World about her trip to Greenland with…

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The Story of Lake Gus

For this early part of the season the goal is to tease apart a record…

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Scientists Are Superheroes With Super Powers

Superheroes are identified by their unique powers and skills allowing them to see and act…

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An Icy Irony in Greenland

We awoke to messages from our polar field contact that a towering iceberg is threatening…

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Exploring Greenland With Wings, Boats and Drones

The Snow on Ice project is launching into the field with two teams of scientists…

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Artist Anna McKee Joins Team for Arctic Field Season

Artist Anna McKee participated in this summer’s Greenland field season, where she made drawings and…

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Will Loss of Arctic Sea Ice Cause More ‘Snow on Ice’ in Greenland?

The Snow on Ice Project has two years of fieldwork and data collection behind it and…

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Posted on

Greenland’s ice melting faster than at any time in past 12,000 years

Our project results show Greenland’s ice is starting to melt faster than at any time…

Read More
Posted on

Study sheds light on why a warmer world may equal a wetter Arctic

Research suggests that 8,000 years ago, two climatic processes may have caused western Greenland to…

Read More
Posted on

If the Greenland ice sheet melts, what happens to New York City? This reporter went to find out.

Three part podcast, photos and write up by Janet Babin of PRI’s The World about her trip to Greenland with…

Read More
Posted on

The Story of Lake Gus

For this early part of the season the goal is to tease apart a record…

Read More
Posted on

Scientists Are Superheroes With Super Powers

Superheroes are identified by their unique powers and skills allowing them to see and act…

Read More
Posted on

An Icy Irony in Greenland

We awoke to messages from our polar field contact that a towering iceberg is threatening…

Read More
Posted on

Exploring Greenland With Wings, Boats and Drones

The Snow on Ice project is launching into the field with two teams of scientists…

Read More
Posted on

Artist Anna McKee Joins Team for Arctic Field Season

Artist Anna McKee participated in this summer’s Greenland field season, where she made drawings and…

Read More
Posted on

Will Loss of Arctic Sea Ice Cause More ‘Snow on Ice’ in Greenland?

The Snow on Ice Project has two years of fieldwork and data collection behind it and…

Read More