Unstoppable Solar Cycles – Greenland

GILSLADOTTIR: The climate changed, that’s a fact, everybody knows that. So it was getting very hard to be a farmer and, well, they didn’t get enough hay for the animals and the animals were freezing and starving so the animals died. And when the animals die, the people die. OLDENBURG: Around the year 1350, a representative of the Bishop Regatta

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Changes in Greenland landscape affect carbon balance sheet – Science Nation

Changes in Greenland landscape affect carbon balance sheet – Science Nation

♫MUSIC♫ MILES O’BRIEN: When tiny rivulets turn to gushing torrents on the Russell Glacier, you know the summer season has arrived in Southwestern Greenland. Nearby, the ice is finally off at Long Lake and the shoreline is buzzing with activity. With support from the National Science Foundation, Ecologist Sean Cahoon and a team from Penn State University are camped here

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Suaasat: Greenland’s National Dish (In Greenlandic and English)

HI! I’m Chef Rafi. Welcome to my show. Hi! I’m Chef Rafi. It’s great to see you again on my show. We are filming the video in Greenlandic. It is light blue in this map Today we’re making the national dish of the largest island in the world. Greenland is part of North America but politically of Europe. Only 68,000

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Quand c’est la nuit polaire – S02E02 Discovery Greenland

Quand c’est la nuit polaire – S02E02 Discovery Greenland

Living in the polar night It’s 14 hours, all started last night when the wind picked up. Slowly ice amassed in the harbor so we woke up several times to remove the growlers that were hitting the boat. This morning we could get some sleep but now the wind is rising again and ice is getting blocked between the hull

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Groenland, Dernière ! – S02E07 – Discovery Greenland

Groenland, Dernière ! – S02E07 – Discovery Greenland

Greenland, last take ! Let’s do a big hug ! Now, it’s our turn to leave, we are going back to France. In Concarneau. These five little boats that came to say bye bye, it’s lot of mixed feelings. We leave a lot of people we like, with whom we had strong links, we shared nice moments with them. It’s

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Meet Greenland – S1 Episode 1 – Organisation de l’expédition

After a first expedition, we are going back to Greenland. Last year we went to south region, this time we are going to east just under the artic circle. This year as we are going further north greenland, it is totally different kind of logistic, because we need to take under considaration the climate,colder. It also an isolated land where

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Greenland and Iceland explained

Greenland and Iceland explained

[Intro Music] Generally speaking countries get their names from the settlers who live there. Brave people forge paths to new worlds, and name the newly settled land whatever they want. Sometimes the name of a country isn’t even determend by the people who settled it, is determined by a, Spanish navigator and an Italian cartographer. but because we don’t have

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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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Why Greenland Ice Melt Is VERY BAD

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