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.

 

Celebrating satellites’ contribution to Polar science

Seven areas of fast-flowing ice on the Antarctic Peninsula have been formally named after Earth observation satellites, following a request ...
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Nearly a quarter of West Antarctic ice is now unstable

In only 25 years, ocean melting has caused ice thinning to spread across West Antarctica so rapidly that 24% of ...
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/ Antarctic, CryoSat, Ice caps, Ice sheets

CPOM’s Tom Slater wins 2019 Piers Sellers Prize

Tom Slater, a final year PhD student at CPOM Leeds, is being presented with the Piers Sellers prize for exceptional ...
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/ Uncategorised

New satellite keeps watch on Antarctic ice loss

A recently-launched satellite mission is now proving a valuable addition to Antarctic monitoring efforts, according to work published this week ...
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/ Antarctic, Ice sheets

Steps to make sea ice projections more robust

By David Schroeder, CPOM researcher, University of Reading Reproduced from the Weather and Climate @ Reading blog Climate model projections ...
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/ Arctic, Sea ice

Rachel Tilling wins 2018 Women In Aerospace-Europe Young Professional Award

Congratulations to CPOM's Rachel Tilling who has just been announced as the 2018 Women in Aerospace-Europe Young Professional Award Winner! ...
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/ Arctic, Sea ice