We have performed research on glacier area and mass change in the Wind River Range (Wyoming, USA) and Teton Range (Wyoming, USA) and how glaciers impact streamflow. We received support from the Wyoming Water Development Office and the Rocky Mountains Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit / Grand Teton National Park. Please see publications #29 (Marks et al., 2014), (Maloof et al., 2014), #23 (Bell et al., 2012), #22 (Edmunds et al., 2012), #16 (Thompson et al., 2011) and #12 (Cheesbrough et al., 2009). Our current research focuses on using remote sensed products to evaluate glacier area and mass change and the contribution of glacier meltwater to streamflow. Pictured below are 3D maps of Dinwoody Glacier in 1983 and 2001 which were developed using remote sensed data.
In the Summer of 2006, we hiked and rode horseback into the Wind River Range (Wyoming, USA)
John Bellamy and Kyle Cheesbrough on Dinwoody Glacier (Wind River Range, Wyoming, USA)
Jake Edmunds on Teton Glacier (Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA)