What Is a Glaciologist?

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A glaciologist is an expert, whose research entails the collecting of ice, studying and designing experiments. His work relates to earth science and exploration, weather and climate change. The glaciologist only works during clear days because of the dangers that are involved in their work.
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The scientific study of glaciers and their effect on the landscape say again.
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One of the primary tasks of glaciologists is studying the formation and composition of glaciers, ice caps, snow and permafrost. As scientists, glaciologists conduct research, collect
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G'day Shannon, Thanks for your question. Glaciology is an interdisciplinary earth science that integrates geophysics, geology, physical geography, geomorphology, climatology, meteorology
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They study glaciers, and probably ice ages as well.
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gla·ci·ol·o·gist
[gley-shee-ol-uh-jist, -see-]
NOUN
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