As world leaders come together next month for the 26th UN Climate Change Talks of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, UK, sea-level rise will be on the agenda for countries with low-lying areas looking at how to manage rising seas. Read More
The world’s largest ice sheets may be in less danger of sudden collapse than previously predicted, according to new findings published this week in the journal Science.
Writer Douglas Fox accompanied ITGC researchers into the field in 2019/2020, where he witnessed TARSAN scientists Erin Pettit, Ted Scambos, MELT scientist Britney Schmidt, and others drill into the Thwaites Glacier ice shelf to learn about the shelf's properties and its thickness. Read More
Hidden from view by ice kilometres thick, there is a vast network of lakes and streams under the Antarctic ice sheet. Read More