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I recently had the opportunity to meet up with the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project for part of the 2015 field season. It was a lot of fun and it was interesting to see the condition of the Easton Glacier after the very low snowpack we had this winter.
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I recently spent two and a half weeks working as a glacier field assistant for the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project. Over the course of the field season, we backpacked around various glaciers in remote areas of the North Cascades. Overall, we logged over 100 miles and 30,000+ feet of elevation gain. It was an amazing opportunity and I learned a lot about field methods, snow, and glaciers.Read More →
This article was a project for an undergraduate course in atmospheric sciences.
One of the hottest scientific topics in recent history is climate change. As a result of human activities such as deforestation and fossil fuel consumption, the concentrations of various greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have increased dramatically over the past few decades. The increase in atmospheric concentration is especially true for carbon dioxide, one of the most abundant greenhouse gases found in the atmosphere. As a result of the increase in greenhouse gases, the surface temperature of our planet has been steadily increasing. This warming trend is projected to continue into the future even if drastic changes in human emissions are implemented today.Read More →