Earth from space: Maldive jewels

Earth from space: Maldive jewels

Hi, I’m Mariangela D’Acunto and you’re watching Earth from Space from the ESA web TV studios. Today, Copernicus Sentinel-2 brings you jewels of the Maldives for Valentine’s week. Arguably one of the most romantic destinations in the world, the Maldives lie in the Indian Ocean about 700 km southwest of Sri Lanka. The nation is made up of more than

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Greenland Goes Green: Ice Sheet Melted in Four Days

Greenland Goes Green: Ice Sheet Melted in Four Days

JUDY WOODRUFF: Now: a scientific puzzle over the melting of one of planet Earth’s largest sheets of ice. Margaret Warner has our story. MARGARET WARNER: This week, NASA announced a surprising finding. Earlier this month, the surface of the ice sheet covering Greenland melted more widely than has been seen in 33 years of satellite imagery. Typically, about half of

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Al Gore on the inevitable new Ice Age.

Το κλίμα της γης είναι σαν μια μηχανή ανακατανομής της θερμότητας από τον ισημερινό προς τους πόλους και αυτό γίνεται μέσω υδάτινων ρευμάτων και ρευμάτων αέρα Οι επιστήμονες λένε πως το κλίμα της γης είναι ένα “μή γραμμικό σύστημα” αυτός είναι ένας τρόπος να πουν πως οι αλλαγές δεν είναι όλες σταδιακές. Κάποιες από αυτές γίνονται απότομα Σε παγκόσμιο επίπεδο

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What If All The Ice Melted On Earth? ft. Bill Nye

You’ve likely heard about the effects climate change is having on our planet and specifically in the Arctic which is warming twice as fast. But what would actually happen if all the ice melted on Earth. Bill: I can help with that! When you and I drink water We drink non-salty water, we drink fresh water Of all the water

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!BORNEO VLOG!

Hey guys! This will be the first and only VLog for my expedition to Borneo Because on the way here Malaysia Airlines messed up and lost my luggage So I don’t have my batteries and chargers as well as my collecting equipment I’m filming this with my phone right now And there is not much memory left as I took

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Earth from space: Palm oil plantations, Borneo

Hi. My name is Romina Persi and welcome back to Earth from Space Today, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the palm oil plantations in East Kalimantan the Indonesian part of the island Borneo Palm oil is the most widely-produced tropical edible oil It’s used in a vast array of products from ice cream and chocolates to cosmetics such

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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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Borneo’s Wildest Scientists [4K] | Borneo Jungle Diaries (S01E01) | SZtv

It all begins with a raindrop. These waterways are the lifeblood of the jungle. Flowing through the wilds of Borneo.. ..is a river that supports biodiversity like no other. It is the mighty Kinabatangan. Home to countless species including 44 endemic mammals and 37 endemic birds. My name is Bertie. I’m an environmental photojournalist that has made Borneo my home.

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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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Oceans Melting Greenland 9/28/16 update

Oceans Melting Greenland 9/28/16 update

Wednesday, September 28. As Thule dug itself out from the remnants of this week’s storms, OMG found we had some company in our hanger. Our goal today was to complete the northwest part of the survey, an ambitious plan since it required successfully dropping 25 probes. Unfortunately, a thick layer of clouds prevented us from dropping the first few probes,

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