North American Glaciers - Ice and Climate Photography

Flown by Austin Post, Lawrence Mayo, Robert Krimmel, and others. This project documents the changes in glaciers of North America, from the late 1950's. Some of the photography was duplicated on 35mm film before the collection was transferred to the GeoData Center. Whenever possible, those negative strips were scanned for these thumbnails.

Subcategories

V0 148 and V0 149

Shot in 1950 by the U.S. Navy, these photos are in color negative format and have been converted to grayscale.

70V1

Photographer: Not known - Olympic Mountains, Coast Mountains, Chugach Mountains, Kenai Mountains, Aleutian Range, Alaska Range

72FT

Photographer: Not known - Johns Hopkins Inlet, Malaspina Glacier - taken from boat, helicopter and from the ground. Frames not dated. Negatives are dense. Wide angle F56, 132.7 mm lens - from ground photo points in Johns Hopkins Inlet and Seward Glacier.

72M4

Photographer: Lawrence Mayo

74V1

Photographer: Austin Post

75M3

Photographer: Lawrence Mayo

75V1

Photographer: Austin Post

76V1

Photographer: Robert Krimmel

78M2

Photographer: Unknown - August 29-31, September 5, 1978 - Alaska and Washington

80M5

Photograper: Lawrence Mayo

80NC1

Photographer: Robert Krimmel

81M1

Photographer: Lawrence Mayo

82M1

Photographer: Lawrence Mayo - Fairbanks area, Richardson Highway, Keystone Canyon [avalanche paths], Valdez, Knik, glaciers in the Alaska Range and Wrangell Mountains

84R1

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

84R2

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of orginal film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

84R3

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

86M2

Photographer: Lawrence Mayo - None of the frames are marked with numbers, nor other identifiers.

86R1

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

86R2

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of orginal film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

86R3

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of orginal film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

86R4

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

86V1

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

87R1

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of orginal film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

87R2

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

87R3

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

87R4

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

87V1

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

88R1

Photographer: Unknown. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

88R2

Photographer: Unknown. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

88V1

Photographer: Unknown. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

90R1

Photographer: unknown

90R2

Photographer: Not known. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

91R1

Photographer: Unknown. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

91V3

Photographer: Unknown. These images were scanned from 35mm duplication of original film. The original film is not as dark and blurry as these thumbnails suggest.

96V2

All frames are Columbia Glacier - May 2, 1996

97V1R5

All images are Columbia Glacier - May 3, 1997

99 00 01

All images are Columbia Glacier

A9

All images are Columbia Glacier

F71 1

Photographer: Austin Post - Mount Rainier to Hubbard and Malaspina, including some ground views of Seward Glacier and camp.

K65 1

Photographer: Austin Post - South Cascades

K66 1

Photographer: Austin Post - British Columbia, Yukon Territory, Chugach Mountains and Kenai Mountains

K66 2

Photographer: Austin Post - Aleutian Range, Alaska Range, Tordrillo Mountains, Chugach Mountains, Saint Elias Mountains / Ice Field Range

K69 1

Photographer: Austin Post - Tacoma, South Cascades - Mount Rainier

K69 2

Photographer: Austin Post - North Cascades and Mount Baker