Mar 30, 2009
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution – In July 2008, a team including scientists Sarah Das and Mark Behn from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and Ian Joughin and graduate student Kristin Poinar from the University of Washington, along with photographer Chris Linder and writer Amy Nevala from WHOI, returned to Greenland for a third summer to learn how the ice sheet is flowing faster toward the coast and discharging more ice to the sea.
- Videos and sounds: Expedition 4.
- Slideshow: life on the ice.
- Video: getting to the bottom of the Greenland ice sheet.
- Video animation: an ice sheet’s ‘plumbing system’.
- Live from the poles: The Greenland Glacier Expedition: July 7–July 24, 2008.