In the summer of 2012, MIT/WHOI graduate student Ben Linhoff spent 80 days living and working at the foot of the Leverett Glacier in southwestern Greenland. He was there to continue work he began in 2011 with another season-long field campaign to understand how melting on the Greenland Ice Sheet affects movement of the glacier. This time, his stay coincided with the most extensive melting across the ice sheet in recorded history.

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