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Meltdown
Produced by: Dan Grossman
Moving at glacier pace once meant to move hardly at all. No longer. Scientists in Greenland and in Peru are watching glaciers rapidly move forward or retreat, and even disappear at historic rates. Producer Dan Grossman follows several teams as they record the meltdown of some of the world's largestt glaciers.

Program Credits

Meltdown airs as part of Pole to Pole, an international media celebration of the 2007-2009 International Polar Year, produced with support from the National Science Foundation, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the British Broadcasting Corporation, Deutsche Welle Radio, Radio New Zealand, and the SOUNDPRINT Media Center, INC.

Resources

Links:
Wind contributing to Arctic sea ice loss
It is common knowledge that global warming can be associated with the loss of sea ice. But it turns out, High Winds are also a contributing factor.

Warmer Ocean Speeding Greenland Glacier Melt
Researchers Eric Rignot and Isabella Velicogna of NASA measured the melting rate of four glaciars in Greenland and concluded that the melting rates under the ocean are 100 larger that the glacial layers we see at the top.

Iceland's Melting Glaciers
The country 'Iceland' conjures up the imagery of beautiful landscapes of glaciers, ice sheets and icecaps. But even Iceland cannot escape from the effects of Climate Change.

International Polar Year
This site is dedicated to the use of cutting edge science to explore and interprete the wide range of the physical and biological issues of the Arctic and Antarctic.

Pole to Pole Gallery
A gallery showing different ‘Pole to Pole’ research sites.

Books:
A World Without Ice
by: Henry Pollack, Al Gore 2009
This books illustrates importance of mountain glaciers and, its necessities for sustaining a community and the effects of what would happen when we loose them.

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