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A Tribal College Forum jointly organized between NativeView Inc., and the American Indian/Alaskan Native Climate Change Working Group was held in August at Haskell Indian Nations University, Lawrence, Kansas. Tribal elders representing the native people signed a letter to be sent to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) saying, “The...
On October 8 and 9, I had the opportunity to attend the fifteenth annual West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) workshop held at the Algonkian Meeting Center in Sterling, Virginia. As an REU student working at CReSIS this past summer, I conducted research on mapping the internal layers of ice sheets using a 12-18 GHz radar. At the workshop, I presented...
CReSIS has implemented a new weekly after-school program called Climate Pathfinders for low-income students at several schools in Lawrence, Topeka and Kansas City. Students learn about issues such as recycling, carbon emission from cars and the effects of leaving a large carbon footprint. The program was started by CReSIS K-12 Outreach Coordinator...
Audrey Fusco, KU graduate student, and RaeLynn Butler, senior at Haskell Indian Nations University, worked on a variety of projects mapping the Jakobshavn Isbrae outlet glacier during the last academic year. The first project was to map the coastal area around Jakobshavn in preparation for the UAV test flight that the students finished last summer...
NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION REGIONAL MEETING CReSIS was one of many organizations that presented at the National Science Teachers Association Regional Meeting in Portland, OR, this November. K-12 Outreach Coordinator Cheri Hamilton and graduate students Ryan Bowman and Dana Atwood-Blaine presented several lesson plans for K-12 teachers...
Reporters don’t always know enough to ask the right question,” said Roger Martin, former Science Commentator at Kansas Public Radio during the communication workshop last August at the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS). More than 20 students with majors ranging from science to engineering attended the workshop to learn how to work...
CReSIS is a partner in a recent grant awarded to KU along with Mexican and Danish universities. Entitled C-CHANGE (Climate Change, Humans, and Nature in the Global Environment), it is part of the Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT), which is a NSF-wide program. The $3 million project is the first IGERT grant awarded in...
The surrounding white expanse was far from that of a sandy palm beach, but for some CReSIS members, the ice sheets of Greenland provided a summer retreat. Six separate groups of CReSIS associates jettisoned warm weather for the glacial atmosphere between May and August to study an array of aspects about glacial behavior and composition. Ilulissat...

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