Sea Trout Trip, Outer Randers Fjord, March 26th, 2017, Peninsula Djursland

Sea Trout Trip, Outer Randers Fjord, March 26th, 2017, Peninsula Djursland

Randers Fjord (in Denmark, northern limit of the peninsula Djursland) March 26th, 2017. A bite. Trolling – fishing with Lars Haulund, in his chalup Nothing big, probably an underseized sea trout Let’s see. It’s the otterboard that creates the drag. It’s a very small fish Let’s see A small fish is better than no fish We have got three lines

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Trip to Hiroshima & Miyajima | Japan Travel Vlog

Trip to Hiroshima & Miyajima | Japan Travel Vlog

We’re in Hiroshima yes, or Hiroshima as we say in English. Where the atomic bomb blew up the entire city and now it’s just like this beautiful, beautiful city With lots of like… we’re in this green park now, on the way to the castle and then yeah guys, Sun screen, Sun cream is very important You can look at

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Cobourg Peninsula – the world’s first Ramsar wetland

Cobourg Peninsula – the world’s first Ramsar wetland

Forty years have passed since Cobourg Peninsula became a world first. In 1974 Cobourg Peninsula in the Northern Territory was listed as the World’s First Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention. The Ramsar Convention aims to stop the worldwide loss of wetlands and to promote the wise use and management of the wetlands that remain to conserve them

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Camping in the German rainforest Tropical Islands

Camping in the German rainforest Tropical Islands

Good morning… Hello, good morning, how are you today? It’s 28 degrees we’re in a tent it’s so hot I think we are in the sauna and we figured, well it’s October, it’s cold outside so why not visit a tropical paradise? Which is what we did and we’ve set up camp in a tropical rain forest. I’m not kidding!

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Miami University Perspectives of Health and Human Culture in Iceland and Greenland

Miami University Perspectives of Health and Human Culture in Iceland and Greenland

My name is Mark Walsh and I lead the study abroad trip to Iceland and Greenland. It’s just under three weeks, six credit hours, it’s a capstone, it’s global and what we do is we start in Iceland go to Greenland. It’s a fascinating experience. Greenland in particular is very remote so we see several types of ice, we go

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NASA | GROVER in Greenland

NASA | GROVER in Greenland

The robot consists of two snowmobile tracks and two solar panels. It’s not a robot for the sake of building a robot. But it’s a robot for science. The climate is changing and snow is really important because it reflects a lot of the energy and heat from the sun. Places like Greenland which are covered in snow are very

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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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Rowan climate scientist leads research into Greenland ice melt

The melting of the Greenland ice sheet is off the charts today. What we found with our ice cores is that it’s melting today more than at any time within at least the last three and a half centuries, and probably, melting more today than any time in the last seven to eight thousand years. When Greenland melts and that

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Henry Golding’s Journey of Self-Discovery | Surviving Borneo (4/8)

We’re heading out further, deeper into the jungle to look for some food to forage. One really amazing thing about being in the jungle with another Iban, when you let out a call. Oi! They will reply with you telling you where they are so you never really get lost. Just as long as you don’t venture too far. It’s

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