Satellites are increasingly important in providing details of ice melting in different parts of the world. By comparing these data with existing data over time, scientists are able to give more accurate estimations of the dangers to affected areas. NASA carries out much research on ice melting.
Another body which carries out scientific research in this area is Climate Central - also giving a list of affected countries.
The IPCC (Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change) website contains some information on its current activities, and could certainly be worth a visit.
The British Geological Survey answers many questions that might be raised concerning climate change - more information may be found on their website.
This blog was started by the Monday Group - which was set up in April 2016. Each item contains a link back to its source, where more information can be found. Comments are welcome