Deep in the Altai mountains, American scholars are using drones to study glacier-formed ridges that could unlock the mysteries of abrupt climate change.

Deep in the Altai mountains, American scholars are using drones to study glacier-formed ridges that could unlock the mysteries of abrupt climate change.

The scientists from the University of Maine will use the data, which they expect to publish in the coming years, to date the demise of the Ice Age in the Mongolian Altai. Photo by Kevin Stark.

In 2016, Kevin was embedded with a field team led by Comer Fellow Aaron Putnam of the University of Maine.

  • Published OnOct 16, 2016
  • PublicationPacific Standard Magazine
  • AuthorKevin Stark
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