Kristin Poinar wrote a review for a new book by Elizabeth Rush, called The Quickening. In this memoir, Elizabeth Rush explores the melting of Thwaites Glacier, Antarctica, and the decision… Continue reading Book review of The Quickening, an Antarctic memoir
Jessica Mejia Talk 1, Spatial and Temporal Lags in Meltwater Propagation Through the Greenland Ice Sheet Hydraulic System Talk 2, Best practices for building a more inclusive glaciology through cryocommunity.org… Continue reading Glacier Modeling Lab presentations at AGU 2021
It was a beautiful and unseasonably warm Sunday, so we joined together for a lovely walk in the woods. Eighteen Mile Creek is a short hike (not 18 miles!!) along… Continue reading Autumn hike!
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) featured a story about Courtney Shafer, currently a researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and soon to start her PhD at the UB… Continue reading US Department of Energy highlights Courtney Shafer
Argemino Barro, a New York-based journalist, interviewed Kristin Poinar for El Ágora, the first Spanish-speaking media entirely devoted to water and climate change. His article is about the future of… Continue reading News article “The future of the planet is written in Greenland”
We had our first and only in-person lab meeting of Spring 2021. It was a brisk spring day on UB’s South Campus, where none of us had ever spent much… Continue reading GML in person
Jeremy Stock gave a short talk at the Buffalo Association of Professional Geologists, as part of a Scholarship Event, in spring 2020. The BAPG was prescient and kind enough to… Continue reading Lake drainage presentation by Jeremy Stock
Jeremy Stock successfully defended his MS thesis, “Modeled Patterns of Crevassing Induced by Supraglacial Lake Drainage in Western Greenland”, and turned in a very nice dissertation this May. Congratulations, Jeremy!… Continue reading Congratulations Jeremy Stock, MS!
“Meltwater On, In, & Under the Greenland Ice Sheet” I was fortunate to be invited to give a public lecture at the Carnegie Science Institute in Washington, DC as part… Continue reading Carnegie Capital Science evening lecture