Saturday, May 12, 2018

On Thermal Expansion & Thermal Contraction - 34

Fig. 1a
Fig. 1b
Fig. 1c
I. Brief Background

Thanks to Josiah Willard Gibbs I can use the TEOS-10 Org toolkit in Dredd Blog software modules and then share the results.

For today's graphs I used the latest World Ocean Database and SOCCOM data so that we can take another look at the thermal expansion hypothesis (On Thermal Expansion & Thermal Contraction, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33).

Today's graphs are based upon in situ temperature & salinity measurements (taken at the same depth and location at the same time).

The measurements are taken at up to 33 depths, then averaged together.

Before the averaging is done, however, the in situ measurements are used to calculate the TEOS-10 values of Conservative Temperature (CT) and Absolute Salinity (SA) as shown by example: here.

The difference between that example and today's graphs is that today's graphs are calculated from over a billion measurements that have, over the years, been stored in the WOD and SOCCOM datasets.

Fig. 2a
Fig. 2b
Fig. 2c
II. Today's Graphs

Today, there are three sections of graphs.

The Fig. 1a - Fig. 1c section concerns the Northern Hemisphere (NH), the Fig. 2a - Fig. 2c section concerns the Southern Hemisphere (SH), and the Fig. 3a - Fig. 3c section is the combined (averaged) values of the NH and SH (result is the Global Mean Average).

III. Presentation Details

The "a" graphs feature in situ salinity (SP) and the TEOS-10 calculated Absolute Salinity (SA).

The "b" graphs feature in situ temperature (T) and the TEOS-10 calculated Conservative Temperature (CT).

Note that the T and CT lines ("b" graphs) are virtually identical at this resolution, but the SP and SA lines ("a" graphs) differ by a small amount.

The old way of determining "salinity" was to measure how an electrical current would travel through the liquid sample, while the new way determines the mass of non-sea-water molecules in the liquid (that is why the word "conductivity" is used in the "a" graphs to express that measurement type, and why "g/kg" expresses the TEOS measurements).

The "c" graphs are calculations of thermal expansion and contraction of the sea water (What every oceanographer needs to know about TEOS-10, PDF).

A simple example showing how the TEOS-10 toolkit functions are used is shown in the Dredd Blog post "The Art of Making Thermal Expansion Graphs".
Fig. 3a
Fig. 3b
Fig. 3c

IV. The Boundaries

The graphs all contain boundary lines that express the WOD oceanographer's maximum and minimum values for each ocean area and depth.

Those two lines are at the top and bottom of each graph.

Those basic boundary values are found in the WOD Manual.

I use those maximum and minimum values to illustrate where current characteristics fit, and how they have changed over several decades.

V. Conclusion

The TEOS-10 toolkit helps us to grasp the vastness of the world oceans, and what is taking place in them.

The time for believing that thermal expansion and contraction is "the" major cause (or even "a" major cause) of sea level change has passed.

The time for measuring the values of sea water, in terms of what temperatures are involved in melting the many tidewater glaciers of the world, is now (Hot, Warm, & Cold Thermal Facts: Tidewater-Glaciers, 2, 3, 4).

And in closing, I will say that the time for realizing how many glaciers are being melted down in the deeper depths is also right now (Antarctica 2.0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 [& supplements A, B, C, D, E, F]; Greenland 2.0, 2).

The next post in this series is here, the previous post in this series is here.

(This is what tidewater glacier melt is doing to sea level.)

Friday, May 11, 2018

The "It's In Your Genes" Myth - 3

We are the Burg.
Today, I present some past posts that bear upon the dynamics taking place in our world now.

This involves some interesting science that you may find to be relevant to those dynamics.

But first a quote from one of them:
"Beyond such internal mechanisms of variation, environment-driven plasticity lends yet another layer of complexity to the brain. The brain is capable of remarkable remodeling in response to experience. Signals originating from the environment can cause both widespread and localized adaptations. At the level of individual cells, structure and function are continually changing with the environment in a dance of lifelong brain plasticity, and some experiences, such as stress or physical exercise, affect the growth, survival, and fate of newborn neurons in neurogenic regions of the brain.
...
Traditionally, cells are defined by the tissue to which they belong as well as their particular functional role or morphology. This classification represents a developmental trajectory that begins early in embryogenesis and is hardwired into each cell. But other differences among cells are more subtle. Multi-dimensional analyses of gene expression and other metrics have revealed remarkable heterogeneity among cells of the same traditional “type.” Cells exist in different degrees of maturation, activation,plasticity, and morphology. Once we begin to consider all of the subtle cell-to-cell variations, it becomes clear that the number of cell types is much greater than ever imagined. In fact, it may be more appropriate to place some cells along a continuum rather than into categories at all.
...
Brain cells in particular may be as unique as the people to which they belong. This genetic, molecular, and morphological diversity of the brain leads to functional variation that is likely necessary for the higher-order cognitive processes that are unique to humans. Such mosaicism may have a dark side, however. Although neuronal diversification is normal, it is possible that there is an optimal extent of diversity for brain function and that anything outside those bounds—too low or too high—may be pathological. For example, if neurons fail to function optimally in their particular role or environment, deficits could arise. Similarly, if neurons diversify and become too specialized to a given role, they may lose the plasticity required to change and function normally within a larger circuit. As researchers continue to probe the enormous complexity of the brain at the single-cell level, they will likely begin to uncover the answers to these questions—as well as those we haven’t even thought to ask yet."
(Hypothesis: The Cultural Amygdala - 5, quoting Advancing Techniques Reveal the Brain’s Impressive Diversity,). After the links just below are some videos that you may find are all on point in one way or another.

On The Origin of Genieology, 2, 3

On The New Meaning of "Human", 2

The "It's In Your Genes" Myth, 2

The Undiscovered Side of Science And Life, 2, 3

One Man's Junk Gene Is Another Man's Treasure Gene?
The Impact of Toxins of Power On Evolution
The Skulls They Are A Changin'








The previous post in this series is here.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

The World According To Measurements - 12

Josiah Willard Gibbs
The science of the world according to measurements is a very old science indeed: "The first record of a permanent standard was in 2900 BC" (Metrology, Wikipedia, emphasis added).

But, "The ability to measure alone is insufficient; standardisation is crucial for measurements to be meaningful" (ibid).

It is even more crucial at a time when a mis-measurement could cause catastrophe, as in nuclear testing (This Could Be The Real Reason Why North Korea Stopped Its Nuclear Missile Tests).

It boils down to the fact that in a world facing climate change catastrophe daily,  it is all the more important to have a standard way of talking about climate change / global warming:
"Observational data of salinity and relative humidity need to be globally comparable within requisite uncertainties over decades and centuries, but both quantities rely on century ‐ old provisional standards of unclear stability, or on ambiguous definitions. This increasingly urgent and long ‐ pending problem can only be solved by proper metrological traceability to the International System of Units (SI). Consistent with such SI ‐ based definitions, state ‐ of ‐ the ‐ art correlation equations for thermophysical properties of water, seawater, ice and humid air such as those available from the recent oceanographic standard TEOS ‐ 10 need to be developed and adopted as joint international standards for all branches of climate research, in oceanography, meteorology and glaciology for data analysis and numerical models.
...
TEOS-10 is highly accurate.
"
(Salinity and relative humidity: climatological relevance and metrological needs, emphasis added). That is why Dredd Blog uses the TEOS-10 toolkit (TEOS Org).

Some may wonder why it is called the "Gibbs-SeaWater (GSW) Oceanographic Toolbox", so, let me explain.

The formulas encapsulated in the TEOS-10 software come originally from the mind of an American scientist:
"Willard Gibbs was a mathematical physicist who made enormous contributions to science: he founded modern statistical mechanics, he founded chemical thermodynamics, and he invented vector analysis."
(J. Willard Gibbs). The Europeans also speak well of him:
"J. Willard Gibbs, in full Josiah Willard Gibbs, (born February 11, 1839, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.—died April 28, 1903, New Haven), theoretical physicist and chemist who was one of the greatest scientists in the United States in the 19th century. His application of thermodynamic theory converted a large part of physical chemistry from an empirical into a deductive science."
(Encyclopedia Brittanica, emphasis added). Thus, the scientific work that Gibbs did is encapsulated in the software that Dredd Blog uses to analyze ocean water thermodynamics.

The better the scientific tools the better the science.

The next post in this series is here, the previous post in this series is here.

Listen the the music ...



Tuesday, May 8, 2018

The Simple Choice: Leave Oil In The Ground

Fig. 1a Going ... going ... gone ...
Fig. 1b Records being set
The Arctic sea ice is melting due to criminal activities (Another extreme heat wave strikes the North Pole).

I say 'criminal activities' because Oil-Qaeda has known about what burning fossil fuels will do to the cryosphere and civilization but eventually began to cover it up (Oilfluenza, Affluenza, and Disgorgement, 2, 3).

Oil-Qaeda has publicly declared that it is melting the cryosphere since at least 1962.

Oil-Qaeda knows that it is damaging the Earth and the people on it (Humble Oil-Qaeda).

This is the same tack that was brazenly taken by the Tobacco Industry when it tried to cover up the fact that its products caused cancer and death to millions of people (Smoke & Fumes).
Fig. 2a "Golden 23"
Fig. 2b

The graphs at Fig. 1a and Fig. 1b show what is all ready happening this year at this time, which is still early in the ice-melt season.

The melting of sea ice does not have a direct impact on sea level.

However, it does have an indirect impact because when the ice melts it is relocated toward the equator along with land based ice sheet melt at Greenland tidewater glaciers (NASA Busts The Ghost).

The bigger story that goes along with the observable melting of sea ice is the unseen melting taking place deep under the ocean waters around Greenland (Greenland 2.0, 2).

It is the same story at the other polar region where the danger is even greater (Antarctica 2.0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 [& supplements A, B, C, D, E, F]).

The graphs at Fig. 2a and Fig. 2b show the sea level changes taking place and accelerating before our very eyes (the PSMSL data used to generate those graphs are the 30 April 2018 dataset).

It is simple, we leave Oil-Qaeda's poison in the ground or we will put current civilization in the ground (Why Sea Level Rise May Be The Greatest Threat To Civilization, 2, 3, 4, 5; The Biggest Climate Challenge: Leaving Carbon in the Ground).

Lyrics to the following song are here ...



Sunday, May 6, 2018

Greenland 2.0 - 2

Fig. 1 Remember the Blob?
Some years back there was a lot of coverage concerning a phenomenon called "the Blob" (The Blob That Cooked the Pacific).

Likewise, several years ago Dredd Blog postulated that "the Blob" (Fig. 1) would make its way to Greenland and impact tidewater glaciers there (e.g. The Question Is: How Much Acceleration Is Involved In SLR? - 4, New Continent Found - Garbage Gyre II - 9).

The expectations I had also included sea ice melt.

These Oil-Qaeda induced events (caused by burning fossil fuels, thereby increasing the quantity of green house gases dumped into the Earth's atmosphere), have both short-term visible impacts, but they also have long term impacts such as sea level change.

One impact was that 2017 was the Warmest Year on Record for the Global Ocean (PDF).

NASA and other scientists concur with the expectation that Dredd Blog had, in terms of impact on the Cryosphere, as shown by this sampling of news:
"‘We’ve fallen off a cliff’: Scientists have never seen so little ice in the Bering Sea in spring" (Seattle Times, emphasis added).
...
"Winter temperatures are soaring in the Arctic for the fourth winter in a row. The heat, accompanied by moist air, is entering the Arctic not only through the sector of the North Atlantic Ocean that lies between Greenland and Europe, as it has done in previous years, but is also coming from the North Pacific through the Bering Strait." (NASA studies an unusual Arctic warming event, emphasis added).

Fig. 2a Paper about melting glaciers
Fig. 2b WOD Zones @ Greenland

In today's post I want to show readers the areas and tidewater glaciers that are impacted by warming waters of "the Blob" when those waters flow around and along the Greenland coastline.



The Greenland depictions in Fig. 2a and Fig. 2b are from a recent Dredd Blog post (Greenland 2.0).

I have included them today, along with an exhaustive list of Greenland tidewater glaciers, in order to show that there are many glaciers that are being impacted by ocean water that does damage to them.

As those glaciers melt the sea level changes (Sea Level Rise Impacts on Wastewater Treatment Systems Along the U.S. Coasts).

The list is sorted according to WOD Zones as follows:


WOD Zone [7801]
Aage Bertelsen
Bjornegletsjer
Brede Spaerregletsjer
Depotgletsjer
Drabegletsjer
Flade Isblink
Hjornegletsjer
Magegletsjer
Mallemukgletsjer
Marsk Stig Brae
Smalle Spaerregletsjer
Tobias

WOD Zone [7802]
Bertelsen
Borup
Hagen Brae
Hestetunge Brae
Hugh Lee Brae
Josephine Brae
Moore
Ydun

WOD Zone [7803]
A. Harmsworth
Academy Gletsjer
Adams
Astrup Brae
Balder
Dreng Brae
Gefion Brae
Hobbs
Lurgletscher
MacMillan
Malcantone
Marie Sophie
Modvindgletsjer
Nordgletsjer
Nyeboe
Nysne
Persuaq
Sif
Sleipner Brae
Sydgletsjer
Thomas
Tjalfe
Ymer

WOD Zone [7804]
Aajaku
Buys-Ballot
C.H. Ostenfeld
Ekspedition Brae
Harder
Inukitsaq
Jungersen

WOD Zone [7805]
Porsild
Ryder
Steensby

WOD Zone [7806]
Belgrave
Cecil
Constance
Edith
Faith
Hubert
Petermann
Sigurd Berg

WOD Zone [7702]
Arringgletsjer
A. Schmidt
A.B. Drachmann
Admiralty
Adolf Hoel
Aldebaran
Apusiikajik
Apusinigajik
Arcturus
Argand
Balmunggletsjer
Bamsegletsjer
Banangletsjer
Barriere
Barrikadegletsjer
Beaumaris
Bersaerkerbrae
Bjornbo
Bjerring Pedersen
Blabaergletsjer
Blaesebrae
Borgbjerg
Borggletsjer
Borgjokel
Bredebrae
Bredefirn
Bredegletsjer
Bredgletsjer
Breithorn
Britannia
Brumse
Budolfi Isstrom
Buegletsjer
Canongletsjer
Canta Brae
Cavendish
Charpentier
Cirkusgletsjer
Concordia Plads
Copeland
Dode Brae
Dodehundebrae
Daugaard-Jensen
Disa
Duart
Dukkegletsjer
Ebbe
Edward Bailey
Eielson
Ejnar
Ejnar Mikkelsen
Emmanuel
Endelos
Ever
Eyvind Fjeld
F. Graae
Fangergletsjer
Fangsthyttegletsjer
Fellenberg
Flodegletsjer
Fladegletsjer
Foldegletsjer
Forhindringsgletsjer
Forkgletsjer
Frejagletsjer
Freuchen
Frihedsgletsjer
Fulach
Gasegletsjer
Gaffelgletsjer
Gammel Hellerup
Gauli
Gerard de Geer
Glamis
Grantagletsjer
Gregory
Grete
Grifgletsjer
Gullygletsjer
Gultop
Hodgletsjer
Hamberg
Hans
Haregletsjer
Harlech
Hasting
Haussmann
Heinkel
Helgegletsjer
Hindringsgletsjer
Hisinger
Hvidefirn
Ilinnigajia
Irisgletsjer
Ispassagen
Jaettegletsjer
Jomfru
Jupiter
Kaempegletsjer
Kargletsjer
Kehlhofer
Kikkiagajik
Kismul
Kloftgletsjer
Knibtangen
Kofoed-Hansen Brae
Korridoren
Korsgletsjer
Krabbegletsjer
Krypt
Kursbrae
Loberen
L. Bistrup Brae
Langefirn
Langemanden
Langenthaler
Langgletsjer
Langkloftgletsjer
Lavinegletsjer
Lejrgletsjer
Leo
Lillegletsjer
Linne
Louise
Luciagletsjer
Lystergletsjer
Manegletsjer
Mars
Mellemgletsjer
Mercanton
Mercurius
Metaforgletsjer
Milano
Misteltengletsjer
Nakkaagajik Avatteq
Nakkaagajik Timerseq
Narhvalgletsjer
Nathorst
Nedre Antarctic
Nedre Randgletsjer
Nedre Rypegletsjer
Nedre Studer
Nippoldt
Nordenskiold
Nunatakgletsjer
Odegletsjer
Orion
Ostbrae
Ostre Borggletsjer
Ostre
Ostre Spaerregletsjer
Ostre Tvillinggletsjer
Ovre Randgletsjer
Ovre Rypegletsjer
Ovre Studer
Oxford
Parker Piece
Passagegletsjer
Pasterze
Payer
Pegasus
Pianofirn
Polypen
Pony
Portgletsjer
Prinsessegletsjer
Raevebrae
Retraetegletsjer
Riddergletsjer
Rolige Brae
Rundgletsjer
Rungstedgletsjer
Rypegletsjer
Saelsogletsjer
Sogletscher
Sogletsjer
Sondergletsjer
Sandgletsjer
Saturn
Schuchert
Scioragletsjer
Sedgwick
Sefstrom
Sfinxgletsjer
Sirius
Sjapgletsjer
Skelbrae
Skillegletsjer
Skjoldgletsjer
Skjoldungebrae
Skrabrae
Smallegletsjer
Snedrivegletsjer
Solgletsjer
Sonklargletsjer
Soranerbraeen
Sorteelv
Spaerregletsjer
Spaerregletsjer
Spaltegletsjer
Stejlegletsjer
Stejlgletsjer
Stenlosgletsjer
Storgletsjer
Stormgletsjer
Storstrommen
Sukces
Sunderland
Suzanne Brae
Sydbrae
Sydgletsjer
Sydvestgletsjer
Syvsostre Brae
Tarnfjeld
Tarngletsjer
Taggletsjer
Termier
Tioram
Torvet
Torvgletsjer
Toscano
Trefork
Trekantgletsjer
Trestrommen
Trinity
Tvegegletsjer
Universitetets
Ursus Major
Ursus Minor
Verenagletsjer
Vestfjord
Vestre
Vestre Spaerregletsjer
Vestre Tvillinggletsjer
Vestre Vibeke
Vibeke
Victor Madsen
Vikingebrae
Vindue
Violingletsjer
Virgo
Wahlenberg
Waltershausen
Wordie
Zachariae Isstrom

WOD Zone [7705]
Aaffarsuup Sermia
Aappaluttukassaap Kangiani Sermikassak
Akullikassaap Sermia
Alanngorsuup Sermia
Assakaat Sermiat
Dietrichson
Giesecke Braeer
Ikissuup Sermersua
Illullip Sermia
Ilusissup Sermia
Kakiffaat Sermiat
Kangerluarsuup Sermia
Kangerlussuup Sermersua
Kangerlussuup Sermia
Kangilleq
Kangilliup Sermia
Kjer
Naajarsuit Sermiat
Nakkala
Nansen
Nordenskiold
Nunaarsussuup Kangiatungaani Sermikassak
Nunaarsussuup Oqquatungaani Sermikassak
Nunatakassaap Sermia
Nuussuup Sermia
Perlerfiup Sermia
Qaamarujuup Sermia
Qatsinneq
Qeqertarsuup Sermia
Qiterlikassaap Sermia
Qungulertusup Sermia
Qunnertusup Sermia
Salliarutsip Sermia
Sermeq
Sermeq Avanarleq
Sermeq Kujalleq
Sermeq Qiterleq
Sermeq Silarleq
Sermersuaq
Sermikassak
Sermilik
Serminnguaq
Sermip Kujataatungaani Sermikassak
Sermipalaaq
Sisoortartukassak
Sisuugajooq
Sverdrup
Tassartooq
Tinumanikassaata Sermia
Tuttulikassaap Sermia
Umiammakku Sermiat
Umiartorfiup Sermia
Umiatsiakassak
Ussing Braeer

WOD Zone [7706]
Academy
Appakkooriaq
Appaliarsulipaluup Sermia
Berlingske Brae
Bryant
Cluett
East Branch
Equutissaatsut Sermiat
Fan
Gable
Helland
Hiawatha
Hundetunge
Innaqqissorsuup Oqquani Sermeq
Issuusarsuit Sermiat
Iterlassuup Sermia
Itillersuaq
Kangerluarsorujussuup Qinngua
Kangerluarsuup Sermia
Kumaat Sermiat
Leidy
Mirror
Morell
Naajat Sermiat
Nasersorfik
Neptune
Nordre Tvillinggletsjer
Ostgletsjer
Paakitsup Sermersua
Paarnarsuit Sermiat
Peary
Pinguarsuit Sermiat
Qaanaaq
Qaqortap Sermia
Qaqujaarsuup Sermia
Qeqertaarsuusarsuup Sermia
Qeqertat Timaanni Sermeq
Qinnguata Sermia
Quinisut Sermiat
Rampen
Rink
Sondre Tvillinggletsjer
Savissuup Sermia
Scarlet Heart
Sermersuaq
Sermiarsupaluk
Sermiarsussuaq
Sermipaluk
Siunnaatalik
Skjulgletsjer
Store Landgletsjer
Sydgletsjer
Toornaarsulissuup Sermii
Tunnelgletsjer
Tuttu
Tuttulipaluup Sermia
Twin
Ullip Sermia
Yngvar Nielsen

WOD Zone [7602]
Apuseeq Anittangasikkaajuk
Bartholin Brae
Borggraven
Dendritgletsjer
Gino
Gronlands Styrelse
Kista Dan
Kronborg
Magga Dan
Rosenborg
Sortebrae
Steno Brae

WOD Zone [7603]
16. September
Apuliliip Apusiia
Apuseeq
Apuseeq Qinnilik
Apuseerajik
Apuseerajik Anngittumanngitteq
Apuseertaa
Apusiaajik
Apusiaajik Kiatteq
Apusiiaajik
Apusiigajik
Basisgletsjer
Bjornegletsjer
Brodregletsjer
Bussemandgletsjer
Champs Elysees
Christian IV
Courtauld
Doren
Dobbeltbraeen
Dobbeltgletsjeren
Femstjernen
Forbindelsesgletsjer
Forelporten
Franche Comte
Frederiksborg
Gaffelen
Gronau
Habet
Hammer
Helheim
Hovedvejen
Hutchinson
Idrac
Isfaldgletsjer
Juragletsjeren
Kaelvegletsjer
K.J.V. Steenstrup Nordre Brae
Kaarali
Kangerlussuaq
Kangertivala Apusiiala Qeqqarterpaartaa
Kangertsivala Apusiia
Kattilersorpia
Kattilertarpia
Korridoren
Kristian
Laebaeltet
Laube
Lindbergh
Nattivit Apusiiat
Nigertiip Apusiia
Nigertuluup Kattilertarpia Kiatteq
Nigertuluup Kattilertarpia Oqqorteq
Nordfjord
Nordgabet
Nordre Parallelgletsjer
Nordre Syenitgletsjer
Ovre Frederiksborg
Paris
Pourquoi-pas
Sondre Parallelgletsjer
Sondre Syenitgletsjer
Schelderup
Seward
Sidegletsjer
Skakt
Sorgenfri
Stephan
Styrtegletsjer
Sulussuulip Apusiia
Tindegletsjer
Tuttiliip Kattertarpia
Udloberen
Vinduet

WOD Zone [7604]
A.P. Bernstorff
Akulleq Brae
Akullersuup Sermia
Apuseeq
Apuseerajik
Apuseerserpia
Apusiigajik
Avannarleq Brae
Bjarke
Eqalorutsit Kangilliit Sermiat
Eqalorutsit Killiit Sermiat
Fimbulgletsjer
Garm
Gerd
Gjallerbroen
Graulv
Guldfaxe
Gungner
Gymer
Heimdal
Hjalte
Ilorliit
Inuppaat Quuat
Jakobshavn
Jespersen Brae
Jomfruen
Kangaasarsuup Sermia
Kangerup Apusiia
Kangiata Nunaata Sermia
Kangilinnguata Sermia
Kattilersarpik
Kiattuut Sermiat
Lossen
Maelkevejen
Miialeqaaq
Naajat Sermiat
Nakkaasorsuaq
Napasorsuaq
Narsap Sermia
Narsaq Brae
Nigerlikasik Brae
Nordbogletsjer
Nordgletsjer
Nordre Qipisaqqu Brae
Nordre Qoornoq Brae
Nordre_Haengebrae
Nordtunge
Ostgletsjer
Paarliit Sermiat
Puisertoq
Qalerallit Sermiat
Qamanaarsuup Sermia
Qapiarpik
Qinngorliit Sermiat
Qooqqup Sermia
Qoornersaata Apuseertakajaa
Roskva
Rimfaxe
Sondre Qipisaqqu Brae
Sondre Qoornoq Brae
Sermeq
Sermeq Avannarleq
Sermeq Kangilleq
Sermeq Kujalleq
Sermeq Qeqqarleq
Sermersuasik
Sermikasik
Sermikasik Avannarleq
Sermikasik Kujalleq
Sermiligaarsuup Sermia
Sermilik
Serminnguaq
Sermitsiaq
Sermitsiaq Kangilleq
Sermitsiaq Killeq
Sigyn
Sikuijivittip Apusiia
Singiiaaleqaaq
Sioqqap Sermia
Sioralik Brae
Siorallip Sermia
Skorpionen
Sleipner
Sortisen
Storebjorn
Storebrae
Storehund
Sydgletsjer
Sydtunge
Thrym
Tjalfe
Tjasse
Tretungegletsjer
Uukkaasorsuaq
Vigge
Ydun
Ygdrasil

WOD Zone [7605]
Aalasaama
Aappilanileralak
Akuliarutsip Sermia
Alanngorliup Sermia
Avannarliup Sermia
C.A. Nielsen Brae
Chamberlin
Dybe Rende
Eqip Sermia
Fagerbrae
Geographical Union
Inorersut Sermiat
Ippattaq
Isunnguata Sermia
Itillineq
J.P. Koch
Kangilernata Sermia
Lyngbrae
Lyngmarksbrae
Moltke
Nakkarajooq
Petersen
Pjetursson
Qapiarfiup Sermia
Quantum
Salliarusiarsuit Sermiat
Salliarutsit Sermiat
Saqqap Sermia
Saqqarliup Sermia
Sarfartooq
Sermeq
Sermeq Avannarleq
Sermeq Kujalleq
Sermeralak
Sermeralak Kangilleq
Sermeralak Killeq
Sermersuaq
Sermia
Sermikasik
Serminnguaq
Sermitaq Ammalortoq
Sermitsiaq
Sermitsiaq Kangilleq
Sisuugussiviup Sermia
Snekalotten
Steenstrup
Taateraat Sermiat
Taateraatsiaat Sermiat
Tapa
Tasersiaq
Usulluup Sermia
Vimmelskaftet

Many of the glaciers have several names (in several languages), so if you want more info you can download those names, etc. here.

The previous post in this series is here.