2018 saw the worst ice melts in New Zealand since the 1980s. But why are glaciers declining in Aotearoa? Mitch Fuller speaks with doctoral student Lauren Vargo about her research into glacial melting.
Lauren Vargo is a doctoral student at the Antarctic Research Centre at Victoria University. Her research looks at modern changes in New Zealand glaciers and what drives glacial melting.
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