Brunt chats ice on the PBS Newshour

ESSIC Associate Research Scientist Kelly Brunt was interviewed March 8 during a segment of PBS Newshour. The feature expounds on the sectional disappearance of the Larsen-C Ice Shelf, located in the northwest portion of Antarctica’s Weddell Sea.  Brunt, whose research focus-expertise is glaciology, commented on the dynamic qualities of ice and the magnitude of the ice loss, as well as the anticipated calving of a massive iceberg from the shelf.  Brunt is currently located at the Cryospheric Sciences Laboratory at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

The broadcast segment is available in its entirety at the PBS website.