Schild discusses moulins, holes in Greenland ice sheet, with Tampa Bay Times

University of Maine physical glaciologist Kristin Schild spoke with the Tampa Bay Times about moulins, “portal(s) for meltwater” in the Greenland ice sheet. The article discussed research from University of South Florida professor Jason Gulley into moulins and how they affect rising sea levels resulting from climate change. Schild, an assistant research professor with the School of Earth and Climate Sciences and Climate Change Institute, said these ice holes are “so much more complicated,” than scientists previously expected.