A new way to measure glaciers’ retreat

Stone, Daniel
January 2016
National Geographic;Jan2016, Vol. 229 Issue 1, p17
The author a ski mountaineer gives an account of her experiences studying the regions of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), through which she learned about the region's terrain and retreating glaciers, using radars and other devices to take measurements.


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