All About Glaciers
The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) has developed an exceptional site, with scores of photographs.
Alaska Glacier Refreshments
This company bottles water from glaciers in Alaska's Chugach Mountains.
An album of 20 photographs, from the USGS.
A panoramic photo of this British Columbia glacier and the ruins of the Granduc mine, from 2002.
Black Rapids Glacier
In 1937, the rapid advance of this Alaska glacier had people wondering if would destroy the Richardson Highway.
Photos from a large outburst flood that occurred in July 1998.
Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve
The official NPS site.
Glaciers of Alaska
Data on hundreds of glaciers, compiled by the Alaska State Library.
Glaciers on an Alaska Cruise
For many people, glaciers are a major attraction when choosing an Alaska cruise, and most cruise itineraries will take you to Glacier Bay, Hubbard Glacier, College Fjord or Tracy Arm to see them.
Glaciers and streams: Architects at Whitehorse
How the landscape has been modified over the past 20,000 years.
The USGS operates a long-term program to monitor climate, glacier motion, glacier mass balance, and stream runoff.
In contrast with most glaciers, Hubbard has been thickening and advancing toward the Gulf of Alaska since it was first mapped in 1895.
Iceland - Fire & Ice
Many of Iceland's glaciers are situated atop active volcanoes. Continuous volcanic heat and occasional subglacial eruptions give rise to unusual conditions, both for the glaciers and the volcanoes.
International Glaciological Society
The IGS was founded in 1936 to provide a focus for individuals interested in practical and scientific aspects of snow and ice.
Measuring Glacier Volume
A brief description and photo of a project using airborne laser altimetry.
Northern Research Projects
Many of these projects relate to glaciers.
Peter Knight's Research on Glaciers
Dr. Knight has been involved in glacier-related research in Iceland since 1988.
A photo of this large glacier on the Alaska/BC border.
This surge-type glacier in the Yukon's St. Elias Mountains is the subject of study by the glaciology department of the University of British Columbia.
A good introduction by Fran Pedersen, at the Alaska Science Forum.