GOING TO GREENLAND! + FAN MAIL (Geography Now!)

Hey geograpeeps! So I wanna give you a little, quick update. The National Tourismboard of Greenland saw my top ten travel destination video and, um, they liked it, and we got in contact, and they want to send me to Greenland. So I’m gonna be leaving soon and I’m so excited, you guys know this is my number one travel

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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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South Florida teacher teams up with NASA scientists during Greenland research trip

DANGER AT THIS POINT.>>OKAY, AND ALSO NEW AT NOON, A SOUTH FLORIDA TEACHER IS MAKING QUITE THE JOURNEY, SHE WILL BE TRAVELING TO GREEN LAND TO BE PART OF A MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT. A LOCAL 10 NEWS REPORTER IS LIVE IN PARKLAND WITH THE DETAILS WHAT AN EXCITING ADVENTURE FOR HER, MADELINE DEFINITELY, WILL IT BE FREEZING COLD WHERE THIS

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Why is Australia a Continent and Greenland is Not?

As we seen in the last video there are several different ways of thinking about how many continents there are, with the most widespread models ranging from 5 to 7 continents. However, in most English speaking countries, as well as other nations around the world, the 7-continent model is taught. Using this model, the continents of the world in order

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Ice sheet collapse: The greatest unknown in climate science | Jon Gertner

For scientists who study climate change, one of the great challenges has been trying to figure out if these great ice sheets, these old remnants of the ice age in Greenland and Antarctica, are shrinking or growing. And we’re used to, I think now, all the news stories, you know, that Greenland’s losing ice, and Antarctica is melting, and that

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Systems thinking: a cautionary tale (cats in Borneo)

Systems thinking: a cautionary tale (cats in Borneo)

In the nineteen fifties the Dayak people of Borneo an island in southeast asia were suffering from an outbreak of malaria so they called World Health Organization for help the World Health Organization had a ready-made solution which was to spray copious amounts of DDT around the island with the application of DDT mosquitoes that carried the malaria were knocked

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High-levels of lead found in water at Virginia Beach schools

High-levels of lead found in water at Virginia Beach schools

ON ON BROAD ON BROAD STREET. ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ARE ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ARE STILL ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ARE STILL WORKING ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ARE STILL WORKING TO ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ARE STILL WORKING TO SAVE ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ARE STILL WORKING TO SAVE THAT ON BROAD STREET. DOCTORS ARE

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The Ship that escaped capture disguised as a tropical island

Guys, a big thank you to World of Warships for sponsoring this episode. We’ve been playing it all day, and we’re hooked. The game is free-to-play and referred to as the “thinking man’s action game” because it’s the perfect balance of action and strategy. You can command a massive naval fleet featuring some of history’s most iconic war vessels. In

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