This week I had to prepare a 30 min presentation for an audience of scientists with no glaciological background. I wanted to explain some basic concepts of glaciology, such as accumulation, ablation, equilibrium line altitude and mass movements in a glacier.
Since I’m no good at drawing and I thought these kind of graphics might be useful on other occasions, I asked a professional graphic designer (who also happens to be my sister) to make a series of simple glacier graphics that I could click through while explaining the major concepts.
Here is the result (click on the images for a larger version):
Although these are the first scientific graphics my sister ever made, I believe she made a really good job!
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