ESS203: Glaciers and Global Change
University of Washington
Winter, 2018

Instructor: Ed Waddington
Email:: edw at uw.edu
Office: ATG 715
Office Hours:by arrangement

TA: Brita Horlings
Email: brita2 at uw.edu
Office: ATG 219a, ATG 218
Office Hours:by arrangement


Meeting Times and Locations

Lecture: 12:30-1:20 MWF JHN 111

Lab (section AA): 9:30-12:20 Tues,  JHN 011
Lab (section AB): 9:30-12:20 Thurs, JHN 011


Glaciers are shrinking in Washington State

        

South Cascade Glacier, in North Cascades National Park, shrank tremendously from 1928 to 2010  What's going on here?    [images from NSIDC]


Ice cliff, Barne Glacier, Antarctica

In the polar regions, many glaciers end in the ocean. This is Barne Glacier, on Ross Island in Antarctica. Could these glaciers be threatened by rising ocean temperatures? By rising sea level?
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as well as

the Climate Minor website.


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