Vital Signs Episode #1
1:00 Tell me about who you are and what work you do.
1:34 How did you get into becoming a glaciologist?
2:22 What is happening with glaciers today?
3:24 What is the most effective way a person can help slow this down?
5:10 (tour of work on Le Conte Glacier)
6:11 Just how many scientists are really working on this issue worldwide?
8:17 (heli tour of Vaughn Lewis Icefall and Gilkey Trench-Juneau Icefield, Alaska
8:42 What is your experience, working internationally, in regards to the debate on whether or not climate change is real-which country comes to mind?
10:40 Where have you had a chance to work/travel to see glaciers?
12:00 Tell us about your work with the cryosphere and with NASA satellite/aircraft/fieldwork data.
13:35 Clarify how the proposal process for NASA data works.
Is climate change real? Are the glaciers disappearing? Does anyone know the answer to this better than a glaciologist? What do glaciologists really do for a living anyway?
Dr. Twila Moon is a glaciologist with a wealth of knowledge in regards to these questions. Check out this interview with a selection of some photos and videos from her work around the world.
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