Geobit provided C100 & SRi32L units to a UGA, (University Grenoble Alpes), research team, led by Dr. Ugo Nanni and after two-year measurements, on 11 October 2019, they published their study on “The Cryosphere” journal of the European Geosciences Union.
More info about this study could be found here.
This study tackles the current lack of observations of the subglacial hydrology components. Here, the research team provides unique two-year-long continuous measurements of seismic power induced by subglacial water-flow together with in-situ measured glacier basal sliding speeds. Using these observations, the research team directly inverts for key subglacial channels properties and investigates the links between channels, cavities and basal slip from seasonal to diurnal timescales.