Ice sheet meltwater and sediment discharge is measured at only very few sites in Greenland. The measurements provide detailed insights into ice sheet surface melting, englacial meltwater routing, subglacial erosion, etc., and their importance increase with the lengthening of the time series. Monitoring was initiated by IGN (Copenhagen University) in 2006, and taken over by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland in 2014. Data are available through the Programme for Monitoring of the Greenland Ice Sheet (www.PROMICE.dk).
Dirk van As
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)
Øster Voldgade 10
Contact Dirk van As (firstname.lastname@example.org) or go to www.promice.dk.
Van As D, Mikkelsen AB, Nielsen MH, Box JE, Claesson Liljedahl L, Lindbäck K, Pitcher L and Hasholt B (2017) Hypsometric amplification and routing moderation of Greenland ice sheet meltwater release. The Cryosphere.
Hasholt B, Van As D, Mikkelsen AB, Mernild SH and Yde JC (2017) Transport of sediment and solutes from the Kangerlussuaq sector of Greenland Ice Sheet (2006–2016). Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research.
The Greenland Analogue Project (GAP)