Panorama of Fjallsjokull showing site of our first tracker marked in green in the central area (click on image for larger size). 2018/19 tracker was close to the left edge of this photo.
Our first ice-tracker gps (2017) on this glacier was close to the front which calves icebergs into the lake. We then moved it up glacier (to the left).
Here is the dGPS system setup on Fjallsjokull, with Jane Hart and Frey
This was the first base station at Fjallsjokull.
In 2018 we moved the rover onto the main part of the ice behind a large debris-covered section:
and moved the base station closer to it: