Qiu, J., 2010. Measuring the Meltdown. Nature, 468 (7321), 141-142.
Lab 1: Getting to Know the Cryosphere
Vihma, T., 2014. Effects of Arctic sea ice decline on weather and climate: A review. Surveys in Geophysics, 35(5), 1175-1214.
Lab 2: Earth's Frozen Oceans
Ross, D., 1995. Introduction to Oceanography. New York: HarperCollins College Publishers. pp. 199-226, 339-343.
Fryar, C. D., Gu, Q., & Ogden, C. L., 2012. Anthropometric reference data for children and adults: United States, 2007-2010. Vital and health statistics. Series 11, Data from the national health survey, (252), 1-48.
Lab 3: Land Ice
All About Glaciers. National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC). Web.
"Fastest Glacier." PBS Learning Media. Web.
Lab 5: Evidence of Recent Change
"How much water is there on, in, and above the Earth?" USGS. 19 March 2014. Web.
Great Lakes Facts and Figures. Great Lakes Information Network. 30 June 2015. Web.
Freedman, A., 2013. NOAA: 2012 Hottest & 2nd-Most Extreme Year On Record. Web.
Lab 6: Future of the Cryosphere
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), 2001. Climate Change 2001: Summary for Policymakers. Web.
Riebeek, H., 2010. Global Warming. NASA Earth Observatory. Web.
Poore, R.Z., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Tracey, Christopher, 2000. Sea level and climate: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 002–00. Web.