Milne Ice Shelf
Nansen Ice Shelf
Ice Shelf Extents
2011 Calving Event
2008 Calving Event
Ice Island Deterioration Model
Ice Penetrating Radar
Resolute Iceberg Study
Milne Epishelf Lake
Disraeli Epishelf Lake Drainage
Ellesmere Island 2014
Ellesmere Island 2014
Ellesmere Island – 2014
Nothing better than coffee!
The constant battle of the extremely short growing season at 84° latitude in Purple Valley.
Side profile of a tributary glacier flowing into the Milne Glacier
Jill Rajewicz posing on the outer Milne Ice Shelf.
Travelling on the Milne Glacier while roped up and wearing crampons.
Kelly Graves having a quick snack along the top of a ridge overlooking the Milne Glacier.
Derek Mueller admiring his work with the ice saw at the epishelf lake.
Timelapse cameras overlooking the Milne Glacier.
Derek Mueller sketching in his field book while overlooking the Milne Glacier.
Group shot on the ridge overlooking the Milne Glacier and one of its tributary glaciers. Left to right: Sam Brenner, Derek Mueller, Kelly Graves and Jill Rajewicz.
Epishelf lake mooring prior to 2014 mainteance.
Sam Brenner overlooking the helicopter during a camp move.
Group shot will packs fully loaded with gear! Left to right: Derek Mueller, Kelly Graves, Jill Rajewicz, Sam Brenner.
Sam Brenner augering holes through the ice.
Derek Mueller and Kelly Graves during flight in a Ken Borek Twin Otter plane.
Up-glacier shot of the Milne Glacier with a tributary glacier roughly flowing in.
Thawing present in Purple Valley, which makes for a difficult and messy traverse.
Jill Racjewicz is all smiles with her trust ice penetrating radar (IPR) unit.
Channels cut into the surface of the Milne Glacier through from the movement of water.
Derek Mueller in the helicopter, likely saying very important things over the radio!
Rare evidence of the previous presence of animals in Purple Valley.
Kelly Graves (left) and Jill Rajewicz (right) installing ablation stakes along the Milne Glacier.
View of the Milne Ice Shelf as seen from the helicopter, while enroute to field site.
Jill Rajewicz, Kelly and Luke Copland being retrieved from a field site on the Milne Glacier.
Glacier travel next to the tributary glacier flowing into the Milne Glacier.