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A team of University of Kansas researchers is using radar-equipped drones to monitor changes in glaciers. This work is essential to understanding how quickly sea levels rise and make forecasts about the impact of that change. 

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Erin Seybold, assistant scientist at the Kansas Geological Survey, is keeping water resources clean, sustainable, and accessible for future generations.

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