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CIRES/NOAA Science-at-Home Talks

CIRES/NOAA Science-at-Home Talks

Our CIRES Science-at-Home talks videos

Radars and Remote Sensing of Glaciers with Dr. Ryan Cassotto

In this webinar, Dr. Ryan Cassotto presents on: Radars and Remote Sensing of Glaciers. 

Ryan is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado. His research interests are in the geophysical deformation of the shallow earth, with a particular focus on tidewater glaciers. He utilizes a variety of remotely sensed and field-based observations to facilitate his research and has completed four field seasons in Greenland and three in Alaska.

Catastrophic Glacier Collapse with Mylène Jacquemart, Graduate Student Researcher

In this webinar, Mylène Jacquemart talked about her research working to ID triggers of sudden glacier detachments: destructive glacial process that buried kilometers of Alaskan forest.

This webinar is part of the CIRES/NOAA Science-At-Home series. 

The Greenland Ice Sheet with Dr. Lincoln Pitcher

In this webinar, Dr. Lincoln Pitcher presented on recent research about meltwater production, transport and export from the Greenland Ice Sheet. He talked about what glacier hydrology field research in Greenland is like, and why studying Greenland Ice Sheet hydrologic processes is important.

This webinar is part of the CIRES/NOAA Science-At-Home series. 

Antarctica (in the palm of your hand) with Dr. Ted Scambos

In this webinar, Dr. Ted Scambos presented a 'science travelogue' for the continent of Antarctica. His nineteen expeditions to Antarctica, in every region of the continent and the sea ice that surrounds it, has made him an expert in the field.