During the 2010 field season, the BBC's Frozen Planet film crew followed Alun Hubbard and his team carrying out research on and around the Greenland Ice Sheet. The series is currently airing (Oct-Dec 2011) on BBC1, Wednesday nights at 9pm. Preview some of the stunning footage captured from Greenland in the video below, and visit the BBC's website to find out more on the series.
Research on the Greenland Ice Sheet by Alun Hubbard's team has featured in a number of media outlets, links to which can be found below.
- BBC News: Frozen Planet: Aberystwyth scientist Alun Hubbard on filming | December 7 2011
- The Guardian: Arctic sea ice is melting at its fastest pace in almost 40 years | September 11 2011
- BBC News: 'Gob-smacking' scale of Petermann Glacier break-up | September 7 2011
- Australian Geographic: Kayaking Greenland's melting glaciers | July 29 2011
- BBC News: Greenland ice sheet future grim, says Aberystwyth study | December 29 2010
- Daily Mail: The crack in the roof of the world | August 13 2010
- Sky News: Greenland Ice Cap Melt is Accelerating | July 31 2010
- WalesOnline.co.uk: Scientists study the thin ice of Greenland | June 2 2010
- BBC News: Aberystwyth University studies threat to ice sheet | May 4 2010