Press about our GRL paper about microbes and sediment in ice sheet streams

My interview with Science Friday: https://www.sciencefriday.com/segments/greenland-melting-microbes/

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Sasha's paper published in GRL!

Sasha led this study about sediment in supraglacial streams. Find a Rutgers news realease here: https://www.newswise.com/articles/greenland-melting-... Read More

New article about safe fieldwork

We published a paper presenting a method to evaluate fieldwork conditions in places with extreme weather such as the Greenland Ice Sheet. Here is the citation:

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Asa interviewed by Smithsonian Magazine about the impacts of covid-19 on Arctic fieldwork

Find the article here: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/science-canceled-coronavirus-180974449/

New datasets on Arctic Data Center

Find our dataset with bias corrected precipitation from selected stations in SE Greenland, regional climate model simulation outputs for Greenland, and a teaching module about Greenland ice sheet and climate change at the Arctic Data Center:

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Asa visits Lebanon Valley College

Asa visited Lebanon Valley College on March 10, 2020, to give the lecture "Witnessing climate change: What I have learned from my expeditions to the Greenland ice sheet" and meet with students and faculty.

 

Asa featured on PBS Nova Polar Lab

Asa is featured on PBS Nova's Polar lab: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/labs/lab/polar/

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Arctic Happenings – Global Impacts of the Melting Greenland Ice Sheet and Melting Sea Ice

In the Arctic region, global climate change is quickly transforming the environment. Melting of the Greenland ice sheet and loss of Arctic Ocean sea ice are two processes that have increased dramatically since the late 20th century. Here,... Read More

Our presentations at AGU 2019

We presented the following work at the American Geophysical Union's Fall meeting in San Francisco in 2019

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Distribution and Characteristics of Sediment in Supraglacial Stream Channels
Sasha Z Leidman1, Asa K Rennermalm2,... Read More

Dr. Åsa Rennermalm selected to be a 2019 Kavli Fellow

Kavli Fellows attend a Frontiers of Science symposium series. The meeting attendees are selected by a committee of... Read More

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