Andreas K Muenchow
School of Marine Science & Policy
Phone: (302) 831-0742
Office: 112A Robinson Hall
- Research focuses on ocean currents, climate change, tides, waves and freshwater discharge.
- Also possesses specialized knowledge about Arctic sea ice, glacier melting and ocean color.
- Conducted a multi-year experiment on Arctic Ocean flux and change between Greenland and Canada using U.S. and Canadian Coast Guard icebreakers and moored instrumentation.
- Muenchow blogs at icyseas.wordpress.com
Associate Professor, School of Marine Science and Policy
In The News:
Massive ice island heads for Labrador Sea (Vancouver Sun)
Huge ice island could pose threat to oil, shipping (Associated Press)
Ice island breaks off Greenland (National Geographic)
Huge ice island calves off Greenland glacier (Reuters)
Enormous ice island breaks of Greenland glacier (Wired.com)
Chronicle of a community on thin ice (Irish Times)
Six way climate change is waging war on Christmas (Smithsonian.com)
Will Greenland's ice sheet slide into the sea? (CSMonitor.com)
Canadian federal research deal 'potentially muzzles' U.S. scientists (CBC News)
UD researchers mark International Polar Year
UD Marine Scientists Now Cruising into Icy Arctic to Research Major Process Affecting Global Climate
Ice island reported by UD researcher breaks into mammoth 'ice cubes'
Greenland glacier calves island 4 times the size of Manhattan, UD scientist reports