I found this website today, which shows excellent selections of melting glaciers through time-lapse photography.
The Extreme Ice Survey website features awesome photography by James Balog.
Balog's time-lapse images cover Alaska, Greenland and Iceland. His work has been featured in National Geographic.
Most of the time-lapse selections cover the period from 2007 to 2010.
Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska
You can click here to see the selection of time-lapse images.
The latest on the annual loss of sea ice in the Arctic and a look at the latest forecasts for the minimum extent, which normally occurs in September.
How did June 2014 rank in the satellite measured temperature record?
Increasing atmospheric CO2 doesn't just warm the mid and high latitudes.....
Rerouting aircraft to reduce contrails could have impact on climate..
May 2014 ended up as the warmest May on record globally, while the March through May 2014 period was the 2nd warmest such period on record.
A quick look at the latest status on satellite measured global temperature anomalies and sea ice extent...