News

Read some of our latest news below.  You can also read older items in the news archive and see some of the national and international media coverage of our work.

 

Online Course: ‘EO from Space: The Cryosphere’

COMING SOON (end of November) ESA has created a new online course, ‘EO from Space: The Cryosphere’, led by CPOM ...
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Beyond Boundaries: Realising the UN Sustainable Development Goals

UCL Grand Challenges and Global Engagement Office present: Beyond Boundaries Session 3: Sustainability & the Water Cycle Wednesday, 21 October ...
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/ Events, Sea ice

Ice sheets could add 39 centimetres to sea level by 2100

Scientists warn that if greenhouse gas emissions continue apace, Greenland and Antarctica’s ice sheets could together contribute more than 39cm ...
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/ Antarctic, Greenland, Ice sheets, Sea level rise

Sea level rise matches worst-case scenario

Research attention score: Article from University of Leeds: Ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica whose melting rates are rapidly increasing ...
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/ Antarctic, Greenland, Ice sheets, Sea level rise

The earth has lost 28 trillion tonnes of ice in less than 30 years

A CPOM-led study, which shows that 28 trillion tonnes of ice have disappeared from the surface of the Earth since ...
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/ Ice sheets, Sea ice

CPOM research on the impact of surface melting on radar penetration in Greenland

An article led by CPOM PhD researcher Inès Otosaka on 'Surface Melting Drives Fluctuations in Airborne Radar Penetration in West ...
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/ Greenland, Ice sheets