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The Iceland Glaciological Society (JÖRFÍ). Founded by scientists and explorers in 1950 with the aim to promote glaciological research and travels.
Glacier surface topography is most visible during low solar angle acquisitions from satellites. Yesterday’s #sentinel2 image shows all three main calderas in Vatnajökull glacier very well, including all the associated cauldrons.
Afkomumælingar í Tindfjöllum og á Eyjafjallajökli, vor og haust 2022 https://youtu.be/GWyjVpse28w via @YouTube
Mass balance in Tindfjöll and Eyjafjallajökull from 2022 supported by @66north, a short video summarising the efforts!
In collaboration with @Haskoli_Islands and @Vedurstofan we measure the melting and or increase in ice of the Icelandic glaciers every year. Our Project Manager Andri Gunnarsson, with Development of Hydropower shared these beautiful pictures with us from this fall.
Kverkfjöll at Vatnajökull. One of the @jorfi_iceland huts in Vatnajökull. @ErinSpaceCase your home away from home slowly transforming into Winter.