September 2012
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society;Sep2012, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p1313
Academic Journal
The article discusses research on loss of Greenland glaciers due to global warming, which was published in the journal "Nature Geoscience." The photographs taken during the trip of Danish explorer Knud Rasmussen in 1932, known as the Seventh Thule Expedition, are now being used to analyze how glaciers in Greenland have responded to recent climate changes.


Related Articles

  • 'Climate change may render impossible what remains of traditional Inuit life patterns'.  // Down to Earth;2/1/2016, Vol. 24 Issue 18, p54 

    An interview with author Stephen R. Brown is presented. He discusses the significance of the works of Greenlandic/Danish polar explorer and anthropologist Knud Ramussen in understanding about inuit intellectual life as well as the social intelligence and charisma of Ramussen. Brown mentions that...

  • Glaciology: Greenland glaciers have hidden depths.  // Nature;8/6/2015, Vol. 524 Issue 7563, p9 

    The article reports on glaciology research conducted by Eric Rignot of the University of California in Irvine, in which he and his colleagues used sonar on three glaciers in Greenland and discovered they are deeper than previously thought and more susceptible to climate change.

  • Untitled.  // Eskimo Folk-Tales;1/1/1921, p56 

    The table of contents for the book "Eskimo Folk-Tales," by Knud Rasmussen is presented.

  • Outlet glacier dynamics and bathymetry at Upernavik Isstrøm and Upernavik Isfjord, North-West Greenland. Andresen, Camilla S.; Kjeldsen, Kristian K.; Harden, Benjamin; Nørgaard-Pedersen, Niels; Kjær, Kurt H. // Geological Survey of Denmark & Greenland Bulletin;2014, Issue 31, p79 

    The article discusses a study which examines the bathymetry and outlet glacier dynamics at the Upernavik Isfjord and Upernavik Isstrøm in North-West Greenland. Topics discussed include the four main ice streams located at the Upernavik Isfjord and Upernavik Isstrøm, glacier retreat and...

  • Response of the NCAR Climate System Model to Increased CO[sub2] and the Role of Physical Processes. Meehl, Gerald A.; Collins, Wiliam D.; Boville, Byron A.; Kiehl, Jeffrey T.; Wigley, T.M.L. // Journal of Climate;6/1/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p1879 

    The global warming resulting from increased CO[sub2] is addressed in the context of two regional processes that contribute to climate change in coupled climate models, the 'El Niño-like' response (slackening of the equatorial Pacific SST gradient) and sea-ice response at high latitudes. The...

  • Knud Johan Victor Rasmussen. Young-Brown, Fiona // Knud Johan Victor Rasmussen;2009, p1 

    A biography of anthropologist Knud Johan Victor Rasmussen is presented. Born June 7, 1879 in Jakobshavn, Greenland, he grew up speaking Kallisut, a language that is part of the Eskimo language family. Academically, he is considered the father of Eskimology and took part in numerous research...

  • Ruslands historie idet 16. Arhundrede (Book Review). Ellersieck, Heinz E. // American Historical Review;Apr87, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p456 

    Reviews the book 'Ruslands historie idet 16. Arhundrede: En forsknings-og kildeoversigt,' by Knud Rasmussen.

  • 1998 warmest year of millennium, climate researchers report.  // Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society;May99, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p952 

    Reveals that 1998 is the warmest year of the millennium, as reported by climate researchers. Examination of natural archives; Occurrence of significant changes in the climate; Consistency of the trend with the astronomical theory of climate change; Abruptness of recent warming as a potential...

  • How much do we need to know? Murphy, Michael E. // America;5/9/1998, Vol. 178 Issue 16, p7 

    Assesses the state of scientific research on the global warming. Formation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); IPCC reports on international cooperation efforts in response to the situation; Computer projections on the global warming trend.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics