Digging out the story of a glacier
Coraholmen Island doubled in size when the Sefströmbreen glacier overrode it during its surge. A range of landforms were deposited holding clues to the past dynamics of this Arctic surging glacier. The photo was taken during a field cruise as part of the UNIS AG-350 Arctic Glaciers and Landscapes course in Svalbard.
Monika Mendelova (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)