Snaphot photo of the I.N.S.T.A.A.R. website Åsa gives seminar at INSTAAR

Åsa gave a seminar on October 8, 2012, at Institute of Arctic and Antarctic Research at University of Colorado titled “Evidence for Meltwater Retention within... Read More

Talk by Rennermalm at AAG 2012

Asa gave a talk about Greenland ice sheet runoff at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in New York City on February 27, 2012

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Rennermalm gives seminar at CReSIS

Asa gave a seminar about Greenland meltwater retention at Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS), University of Kansas, Kansas City, March 26, 2012

Breaking the ice 2012 conference logo The Sixth Magrann Conference

We organized a symposium about the changes in the Arctic and Greenland: Breaking the Ice: Theorizing the Arctic Thaw on April 12 to 14, 2012

Snapshot of the paper title New paper in Earth System Science Data

Åsa's paper about our Greenland River discharge dataset was published in Earth System Science Data on May 12, 2012

NASA logo Samiah receives NASA fellowship

Samiah receives NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship. It is very competitive award, only 19% got funded.... Read More

Researcher on the ice Åsa works with the JSEP field school in Greenland

Åsa worked one day with high school students from Greenland, Denmark, and the US. Check out their blog. These students were... Read More

Snapshot of the cover of Spatial and Scale-Dependent Controls and North American Pan-Arctic Minimum River Discharge New paper in Geographical Analysis

Åsa’s paper about North American Pan-Arctic river discharge was published in Geographical Analysis on 11 July 2012

Greenlandic Radio logo Åsa interviewed in Greenlandic radio

Åsa was interviewed live by M. Absalonsen on Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa (Greenlandic Broadcasting Corportation) on their morning show Ullaarnganit tusakkat on July 13, 2012. The interview is ... Read More

Map On location in Greenland during record melt year

It is a record breaking year for Greenland ice sheet surface melting. In July almost all of the ice sheet was melting on the surface, this has not been observed since satellite observations started some 30 years ago. Asa and Samiah are on location in... Read More