Dartmouth Engineering Sustainability in Greenland

(upbeat music) – For many years I’ve worked on the center of the Greenland Ice Sheet at Summit Camp looking at the physics of snow and how the snow traps gases for ice core interpretation. Ice cores from Greenland are the way that we understand and we know that climate can change abruptly in less than 10 years not just

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Discovery Greenland – S01E12 – Oh Canada !

we worked on it since 4 months we took our time, we did a lot of diving in the 80m zone and then in the 90m zone lots of different configurations to learn and take some time diving at 100m was more about the progress we made and that was quite interesting and it was nice to share this with

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Experience Greenland – The Coolest Travel Destination in the World

Experience Greenland – The Coolest Travel Destination in the World

Welcome to Greenland. We’re here on the Greenland Explorer withQuark Expeditions and we’re joined by the Expedition Leader, Alex McNeil. Can you just run us through what maybe 24 hours might be like on the ship here? An average day for me would probably be waking up around 5 O’clock, and heading to the bridge looking at local conditions, ice

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Greenland Ice Sheet Changing

Greenland Ice Sheet Changing

Greenland, the world’s largest island, extends over an area more than one quarter the size of the continental United States. Although sparsely populated, it holds the potential to impact populations around the world. The Greenland Ice Sheet, covering three quarters of the country in ice up to 3 kilometers thick, would increase global sea level by 7.2 meters if it

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UN: Greenland ice melting six times faster than previous decades

JAISAL NOOR: Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Jaisal Noor in Baltimore. In a new report just released on Friday, UN-backed climate change scientists have declared with 95 percent certainty that climate change is indeed man-made. The environmental panel on climate change has also called for a limit on greenhouse gas emissions, but say even with those limits, warming

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We Are What We Eat: Greenland | Nat Geo Live

( intro music ) I decided after much research to go to Greenland. And I went to the eastern part of Greenland which is less inhabited. The western part is quite inhabited. Also I was going in December, so if I would go too far north there wouldn’t be any light whatsoever. I wanted some light, it’s useful when you

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3 Key Challenges for the Polar Circle Marathon on Greenland

3 Key Challenges for the Polar Circle Marathon on Greenland

Come on Hi guys, when I kicked off Project Iceman I said that I was starting from zero With no experience in doing projects like these Which is true But I also said that I wanted to show you everything Taking you along the entire journey, showing you all the challenges along the way And I haven’t done that until

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