Today, research in collaboration with the University of Otago was published in The Cryosphere. In it, we monitor the temperature dependence of the elastic properties and the attenuation constant of ice, based on resonance measurements in the Physical Acoustics Lab. In the image at the top you can see how resonant peaks shift and attenuate with increasing ice temperature. Our work will hopefully aid the interpretation of elastic wave measurements on ice sheets and glaciers. We thank Matthew Vaughan, as well as fellow co-authors David Prior and Hamish Bowman, for making this project a success: truly some of our “coolest” work to date.