This Glacier in Alaska Is Moving 100 Times Faster Than Normal

Crevasses formed on the Muldrow Glacier from the pressure of surging ice. National Park Service

The Muldrow Glacier, on the north side of Denali in Alaska, is undergoing a rare surge. In the past few months the 39-mile-long river of ice has been moving as much as 90 feet a day, 100 times its usual speed.

Read Full Article, The New York Times (04-19-2021)

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