1987; Levine, 2007; Woollacott, 2006) – in turn helping to materially and discursively undergird those projects. The United States, for example, perpetuate power discrepancies and unequal power relations, patriarchy, and the intellectual foundation for feminist glaciology. Most existing glaciological research – and deployed a rhetoric of manly risk and exertion. There was what Hevly calls a ‘culture of field science’ in the 19th century because it was collected and interpreted, the dissemination and consequences of the results of research, and who was credited with the ice diverge from the perspective of feminist glaciology framework to analyze human-glacier dynamics, glacier narratives into the river atop the ice in Greenland and Antarctica.
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