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Steindorf - Seespitz

Published over 5 years ago by Rudolf Klammer

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Steindorf - Seeufer

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Group hike to Andrews Glacier (21 July 08 08:21)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

At a family reunion, we hiked to Andrews Glacier in Rocky Mountain National Park.  There's not much ice left here, but it's still a nice view.

Slush flow on McCall Glacier (16 June 08 08:22)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

A slush flow occurred the previous day at this location, marking the beginning of summer on the glacier.  Our snowmachine tracks, crossing here before the slush flow, are now under water.

McCall Glacier terminus at 3AM (28 June 08 03:49)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

The terminus of McCall Glacier is illuminated by the glow of the midnight sun.  Even though it is sunny, not much ice gets melted due to the low sun angle.

Old survey point on McCall Glacier (11 June 08 16:30)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

This site was used as a base station for optical surveying in the 1970s, and perhaps in the 1950s as well.  You can s<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/old-survey-point-on-mccall-glacier-11june08-1630">...(more)</a>

Repeat photo on McCall Glacier (24 June 08 13:42)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

This photo was taken at the same location as one taken in 1958 by Austin Post.  I took a gigapixel panorama at this same location a few minutes earlier.

Installing a survey pole in the ablation area (07 June 08 08:54)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

Jason gets the steam drilling running to install a 9 meter long pole into the ice.  As the ice melts over time, we can m<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/anwr-mccall-glacier-survey-pole-07june08-0854">...(more)</a>

The terminus region of McCall Glacier under fog (16 June 08 08:44)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

The terminus of McCall Glacier is often in fog or a bit wet.  It's probably a good place for cool glacier air to mix with warmer, wetter air from the tundra and condense.

The last of the drilling is complete (31 May 08 16:56)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

The drilling is completed and we've lowered down our thermistor string, all the way to the bottom -- 200 meters!  Now its time to break everything down and ship it home.

Repeat photo of McCall Glacier (23May08 11:56)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

This photo location was used in 1958 as a base station for surveying ice motion of the glacier.  Since we use GPS now, we just use this spot for taking photos document glacier change.

Ice cores inside our freezer on the glacier

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

Ice cores from McCall Glacier stay frozen inside a freezer we constructed on the glacier.  Once the box filled up, we shipped them out via ski plane.

A big dinosaur in Drumheller Alberta (15 Feb 09 1340)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

Drumheller Alberta is home to the Royal Tyrell Museum, a world-class dinosaur museum.  They surrounding town is a bit dinosaur crazy.  You can actually climb up inside this one.

Installing a mass balance pole in the Lower Cirque (080815 1402)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

Jason and David install a 6m pole in the lower cirque, which we will use to track snow melt over the next few years.

Weather stations in the Upper Cirque of McCall Glacier (080812 1036)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

There are a variety of weather stations shown in this photo, taken near the end of the 2008 field season.  The new<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/anwr-080812-1036-weather-stations-on-mccall-glacier">...(more)</a>

Sunrise on McCall Glacier (080812 0801)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

Sunrise illuminates fresh snow on McCall Glacier.