Ice may be nothing more than frozen water, but it holds extraordinary power. Descending deep down a frozen waterfall, this program looks at a glacier in action from below and discovers why the huge Jacobshaven glacier is retreating, how it shapd our past and why it may now threaten our future.
A BBC/National Geographic Channel US/ZDF co-production.
Alexander Robel, a NOAA postdoctoral scholar in geological and planetary sciences at Caltech, will introduce the film and guide the post-screening discussion. More information.
Location: Beckman Auditorium Caltech
Audience: General public, middle and high school students, families
Format: Film and discussion