is less well developed than in West Greenland. Records of glacier fluctuations are confined to the individual expedition records, and these have been thoroughly ...
What have you found is happening to Greenland? How do you know what you know? o How do scientists observe a glacier? o What instruments / tools do they use?
79 Greenland is receiving unprecedented international atten-tion, both in scientific and political circles. Characterised by a central ice sheet up to 3.4 km thick ...
8.7.3 Icebergs from East Greenland glaciers Thousands of large icebergs are calved every year from several glacier outlets on the east coast of
Measurements from Sermilik Fjord, East Greenland, support the notion that warm IC waters come in contact with the tidewater margin of Helheim Glacier.
The Greenland-Antarctica Melting Problem Does Not Exist Cliff Ollier My attention was drawn to a Working Paper by Alan Carlin (2007) which was basically about
IGS Meeting on Earth & Planetary Ice-Volcano Interactions Reykjavik, Iceland June 19-23, 2006 1 Subglacial Control on Glacier
Glacier, West Greenland: thirty years of spaceborne obser-vations. Geophys. Res. Lett., 25(14), 2699–2702. Ten Brink, N.W. 1975. Holocene history of the Greenland ice sheet
Substantial thinning of a major east Greenland outlet glacier, Geophys. Res. Lett., 27, 1291–1294. Thomas, R., E. Frederick, W. Krabill, S. Manizade, and C. Martin (2006),
Testing GPS systems prior to deployment. Continued on Page 4 When a fast-flowing outlet glacier on Greenland’s coast slides 10 meters along its bed, does anybody ...