A Glacier in Retreat

Jacki Klancher, Todd Guenther, and Darran Wells, Central Wyoming College

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Wyoming is the third-most glaciated state in the United States after Alaska and Washington. The quest to measure the extent of ice retreat and predict the implications of losing the state’s 80-plus glaciers has led a multidisciplinary research team to the Dinwoody Glacier at the base of Gannett Peak—Wyoming’s tallest mountain.

Browse this gallery of Story Maps, web mapping apps, journal articles, and other digital resources supporting the scientific research presented in this chapter of the Esri Press book GIS for Science: Applying Mapping and Spatial Analytics.