Ice is an important facet of Earth’s climate system. Since ice affects our climate and sea levels, understanding the way ice sheets develop and change over time helps us better predict the future of our planet. So, what are researchers finding? Dr. Alexander Robel joins the podcast to enlighten us…
Dr. Robel is an Assistant Professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech University, and serves as the head of the Ice and Climate research group. By studying the causes of ice sheet change, Dr. Robel is on a mission to develop conceptual, mathematical, and computational tools to predict future changes.
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In this episode, we talk about:
- What happens when glaciers melt.
- Where glaciers and ice sheets tend to form, and why they melt.
- What “sea ice” is, and where it forms.
- How computer models are used in Dr. Robel’s research.
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