Editor's choice: Glaciers

From deep carved valleys to covering vast continental areas, glaciers are one of the most powerful and dynamic forces on the planet. Glaciers are a key resource when reconstructing past climatic oscillations, as well as serving as stark reminders of how much of an impact anthropogenic pressures continue to have on the climate. 

This collection brings together a selection of our latest papers on glaciers, including past and recent evolution, their potential as natural hazards, and the enduring influence of climate change.

Palaeo Reconstruction

Historic Reconstruction

Natural Hazards

Climate Change