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Climber Accused of Triggering Avalanche on Trial


The criminal trial of mountain climber Michael Joseph began yesterday in a courtroom in downtown Denver, Colorado. Joseph, a lifetime resident of Colarado, is accused of triggering an avalanche this past January by detonating a stick of dynamite after ascending Mt. Evans just outside of Denver. Members of a nearby climbing party witnessed Joseph extracting … Continue reading

Global Survey Visually Documents Glacial Retreat


The Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) is a coordinated effort to visually study and document rapidly changing glaciers around the world using time-lapse photography, conventional photography, and video. Sponsored in part by NASA, the National Science Foundation, and National Geographic, the EIS utilizes 27 cameras installed at 15 sites including Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, and the Rocky … Continue reading

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