Nice story here about the glacier monitors in Iceland. Often it’s a family business.
The Icelandic Families Tracking Climate Change With Measuring Tape, volunteers who have been monitoring glaciers for generations are firsthand witnesses to a warming Arctic landscape, by Gloria Dickie.
More Iceland photos here at EarthPhotos.com.
Noteable: looks like rainfall exceeded the yearly average in six hours yesterday:
“According to the Civil Aviation Authority, the suburb of Abu Hamor in the capital Doha, recorded 84mm of rain in less than 6 hours, making it the nation’s wettest October day on record.
The October average rainfall is just 1.1mm and the downpour easily exceeded Qatar’s average annual of 77mm.”