Measuring Crevasse Depth is a watercolor inspired by my field sketches and experience working on North Cascade glaciers in Washington with the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project. I received funding from the Center for Undergraduate Research to purchase equipment that helps me measure crevasse dimensions. In the watercolor I am using a Cam-Line Measuring Tape, designed to determine well depth, to find the depth of a crevasse. These measurements have allowed me to study the variance in crevasse size across the glacier, and analyze their changes over time.

Measuring Crevasse Depth is a watercolor inspired by my field sketches and experience working on North Cascade glaciers in Washington with the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project. I received funding from the Center for Undergraduate Research to purchase equipment that helps me measure crevasse dimensions. In the watercolor I am using a Cam-Line Measuring Tape, designed to determine well depth, to find the depth of a crevasse. These measurements have allowed me to study the variance in crevasse size across the glacier, and analyze their changes over time.