Chasing Ice Screening on October 23rd

Come see "Chasing Ice" on October 23rd 5:45pm - 8pm at the Rutgers Cinema.
Free Pizza and panel discussion with Rutgers Professors.
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Check out photos from our fieldwork

Check out our fieldwork photo HERE.

Call for Papers: "Glacier, Ice Cap, and Ice Sheet Hydrology" at AGU Fall meeting 2013 (USA)

I invite you to submit an abstract to the following session at the AGU Fall meeting San Francisco: December 9 – 13, 2013 (USA)



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A report from the 2013 Greenland melting season


Tom Mote submitted a short report from our fieldwork to National Snow and Ice Data Center's webpage Greenland Today. Scroll down to 'A report from the field' on this page: http://... Read More

John is awarded NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship!

John Mioduszewski has won a highly competitive NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF) for 2013/14 in connection with his research on "A Multi-Method Approach to Improved Understanding of Terrestrial Snowmelt in a Warming World.” John was one... Read More

Incoming Rutgers Freshmen: Sign up for Asa's Byrne seminar in Sp. 2014

Åsa and Hal Salzman will lead a Byrne Freshman seminar in Spring 2014 called Arctic Lens: A journey to the great north through... Read More

Environmental Research Web Insight Arcticle

Check out Åsa's insight article on the Environmental Research Web about Greenland ice sheet hydrology.

Asa's talk at White Arctic, Blue Arctic workshop at Columbia

Asa is giving a talk about Greenland ice sheet and connections with Sea ice at the White Arctic, Blue Arctic workshop at Columbia on April 24. 

Asa is visiting Chatham Highschool on April 26 and is meeting with Earth Science students

Asa is visiting Chatham Highschool on April 26 and is meeting with Earth Science students.

Åsa panelist at Earth Day event

Åsa is panelist following the screening of the new documentary Thin Ice on April 22, 6pm, Trayes Hall, Douglass Campus Center.  Other panelist includes Rutgers professors Liz Sikes (IMCS), Tony Broccoli (Environmental Science), Asa Rennermalm (... Read More