Images: Greenland's Gorgeous Glaciers

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Life Above The Ice

Credit: NASA/Michael Studinger

NASA's Operation IceBridge offers scientists a rare view of the ever-changing Arctic ice. From a seat aboard a P-3B plane, researchers soar close above…Read More »

Greenland's glaciers and fjords as they study the ice, part of an ongoing effort to monitor the changing extent of glaciers, sea ice and ice sheets at the poles. The 2013 IceBridge mission to Greenland and the Arctic was the project's fifth year in the far North, and the team is already gearing up for a trip south to Antarctica this fall. Here, IceBridge project scientist Michael Studinger shares some of his stunning photographs from the Greenland trip.   Less «
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Becky Oskin is a senior writer for Live Science. She covers earth science, climate change and space, as well as general science topics. Becky was a science reporter at The Pasadena Star-News and has freelanced for New Scientist and the American Institute of Physics. She earned a master's degree in geology from Caltech, a bachelor's degree from Washington State University, and a graduate certificate in science writing from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
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