A coating of dust on snow speeds the pace of snowmelt in the spring
NASA Finds Warmer Ocean Speeding Greenland Glacier Melt
A pair of CubeSat satellites will probe a little-studied portion of the radiant energy
Sea ice melts off the beach of Barrow, Alaska, where Operation IceBridge is based
NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland field campaign is gathering data to clarify how warm ocean water is speeding the loss of Greenland's glaciers.
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Melt water pours through a channel in Greenland's ice.
Glaciers in West Antarctica, as seen during NASA's Operation IceBridge research flight in the region on Oct. 29, 2014. (Source: NASA/Michael Studinger)
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West Antarctica's glaciers and floating ice shelves are becoming increasingly unstable.
Many melt ponds on sea ice north of Greenland, as seen during an Operation IceBridge flight on July 24, 2017. CREDIT Credits: NASA/Nathan Kurtz
The image was taken onboard the Chilean Navy P3 aircraft during the NASA/Centro de Estudios Cientificos, Chile campaign of Fall 2008 in Antarctica.
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Meltwater fills bus-sized fractures near the edge of the Greenland Ice Sheet, while dust and algae darken adjacent ice.
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Thwaites Glacier, the West Antarctic glacier that is the most serious threat to bring large levels of sea level rise this century. Image credit: NASA.
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A drop of water falls from a melting icicle on Feb. 1, 2015 in
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Los Glaciares National Park, part of the third largest ice field in the world,
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sea ice with sundogs near the horizon
Figure 5 - Average ice thickness in the Arctic in summer has dropped in half,
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Figure 1 - Ice in the Arctic is increasingly melting, exposing dark waters below.
New research suggests that climate change may be contributing to warm-season melting in Greenland through a novel means: dust
A UCLA research team takes measurements in Greenland, where soot has darkened the ice in
The embedded pebbles and dingy ice tell researchers that this portion of the ice core is from the bottom of the glacier, right above bedrock.
Adelie penguins stand atop ice near the French station at Dumont d'Urville in East
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Figure 7. This photograph shows researchers conducting an aquifer test. In the foreground,
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Greenland's ice sheet melts and ...
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IMAGE: An aerial image of Greenland shows rivers of meltwater and areas of dark ice. Greenland's surface is absorbing more solar radiation as melting ...
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A polar bear on an ice floe
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Meltwater channels run along the ice in Greenland. Soot, dust and microbes that live in the ice all contribute to its darkening. Credit: Henry Patton/Flickr
Bergy bits washed up at the high tide mark on James Ross Island
Greenland's Steenstrup Glacier
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NASA's IceBridge in the Arctic Circle
The Curiosity rover on Mars takes a selfie at a site named Mojave. Rock powdered by the rover drill system and then intensively heated rock and then heated ...
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Example of dust-laden snowpack in the San Juan Mountains of
Arctic sea ice as of September 10, compared to average between 1981-2010
The stunning image reveals the impact that ships passing through the Atlantic Ocean have on the clouds above (Image: NASA/Jeff Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS Rapid ...
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Looking across the frozen sea of Ullsfjord in Norway. Melting Arctic sea ice is one
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Data from the ice-core studies has played a major part in establishing time-lines for the changes in atmospheric greenhouse gases.
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These of images in the collection show a fjord in which Helheim Glacier in Greenland has
The image was taken by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer on board Nasa's Aqua satellite (Image: Nasa)
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Ice drainage from the western Antarctic Peninsula onto the northern George VI Ice Shelf on Oct. 14, 2016. Credit: NASA/John Sonntag. "
(An ice-free Bering Sea, open water invading the Chukchi, and fractured sea ice over the Beaufort are notable features for melt season start during May of ...
As the sun rises, our Global Hawk is prepped for flight at Armstrong Flight Research
But this year the extent of ice melting at or near the surface jumped dramatically.
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