By Ananya Chandhok
Medill Reports, Feb. 20, 2024
For oceanographer Channing Prend, oceanographer at the University of Washington, how ocean currents circulate heat is a critical consideration for understanding ice melt in Antarctica.
By Zach Boblitt
Medill Reports, Jan. 18, 2024
There’s one question glacial geologist Gordon Bromley doesn’t think he gets asked enough: “Do you enjoy your work?”.
Bromley, a lecturer in physical geography and climate lecturer at the University
By Louise Kim and Jessica Savage Medill Reports, Dec. 23, 2023 Understanding how climate change is impacting some of the world's largest lakes sheds light on how critical needs for livelihood and water could be altered. Tumaini Kamulali, a PhD candidate
By Annika Schmidt Medill Reports, Dec. 22. 2023 Dating how glaciers retreated over the Cordillera Darwin mountain range at the end of the last Ice Age is taking a team of researchers and postdoctoral students to the southern tip of South America on a
By Louise Kim and Jessica Savage Medill Reports, Dec. 15, 2023 Gina Moseley scales mountains and explores remote lands all in the name of understanding how the climate has been changing across hundreds of thousands of years and how that impacts current
By Tristan BoveMedill Reports, Dec. 16, 2023 Place a planet close enough to a star and the extreme temperatures will start to melt its surface. Turn the heat up high enough, and it could reveal the internal secrets deep below the surface of rocky planets
By Penelope Gardner
Medill Reports, Dec. 13, 2023
An expansive glacier sits on the southeastern side of Greenland, leading from the Greenland ice sheet into the Sermilik Fjord. Almost four miles wide, its length typically ebbs and flows in