NASA monitors Greenland's Jakobshavn glacier via satellite and is interested in the enhanced mass loss. In August, a team of scientists set out to investigate if water that pools on the glacier’s surface reaches the ocean. NASA Program Manager Seelye Martin explains how a team of 90 yellow rubber ducks were employed in this mission. Guest: Seelye Martin, Program Manager in Earth Sciences, NASA
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