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December 1, 2017

As glaciers continue to rapidly melt in the tropics, scientists and society face new challenges like the increase in trace metal concentration and pollution in the glacier watersheds. GlacierHub …

November 26, 2017
The New York Times article features the research held by our group

Showing its relevance for society, the NYT recently featured our research on glacier hydrology in Peru in a piece of the World…

November 10, 2017
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The high altitude UAV built by Oliver Wigmore was featured recently in a news feature and video by Science, remarking the work of him and Bryan Mark in the high Andes of Peru, during…

October 11, 2017
John-Morgan Manos is distinguished with two of the most prestigious awards for Undergraduate students.

Already a glacier-rock-star, John-Morgan was awarded in early October with the Garry McKenzie…

May 1, 2017

Bryan Mark, together with former BPCRC postdoctoral researcher Alfonso Fernandez, and colleagues from the Moritz Lab and from the University of Maroua, Cameroon, held a workshop in Ngaoundere, as…

October 4, 2013
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Here some reasons (thanks to Carmen Preston).

 

July 19, 2013

It’s been a week since the TARN members flew back to their respective homes, and two since they astounded participants from all over the world at the FORO GLACIARES in Huaraz, Peru. Gossip tells…

July 13, 2013

On our second field trip to Quilcayhuanca we are accompanied by Ken Young and Molly Polk, the biogeographers of TARN. The day was spent in the valley, where we learned about the characteristics of…

July 12, 2013

The Cañón del Pato is the wide canyon carved by the Rio Santa as it descends from the Cordillera Blanca to the Pacific Ocean. Complete with 35 tunnels, the road through the canyon is carved into…