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NASA drops bombshell! I hope you dont live in New york!
 
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Nasa and JPL just released a new gradient interactive map detailing the effects of rising sea levels around the world! Everything's flooded!Although no dates are given, it seems to be a huge warning sign for anyone living in coastal cities around the US! Are they pushing global warming and climate change? I will include the links below to the maps I have used in this video. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonExArmy Visit my Amazon Social Media Influencer store! http://a.co/225ZUGE Open a Coinbase account with this link, and you and I both receive $10 free after you make your first purchase! https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a12522... Buy me a cup of coffee with PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/JMiller341 Buy me a cup of coffee with BTC: 3AdZUkDAuPu6UsKotYGSYgp3bpjRdZNMUQ ETH Family Wallet: 0x306c4f10C4C560a943a2420BE927FF753d025be4 Fair use disclaimer Fair Use Act Disclaimer. This site is for educational purposes only!! **FAIR USE**. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Links to flood maps! nasa interactive https://vesl.jpl.nasa.gov/research/sea-level/slr-gfm/ https://www.upi.com/Science_News/2017/11/16/NASA-considers-which-cities-will-flood-as-ice-sheets-melts/1641510844986/ http://www.floodmap.net/ http://globalfloodmap.org/ Music Credits: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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How Will Earth Change If All the Ice Melts?
 
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Interactive map shows impact of rising sea levels on coastal cities in canada- News Canada
 
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Interactive map shows impact of rising sea levels on coastal cities in canada ================================ Thanks for watching please subscribe to my channel ================================ OTTAWA — From the slow-paced, tree-lined streets of downtown Charlottetown to the modern, western architecture of metro Vancouver, Canada's urban waterfronts are a beacon for condo developers, tourist... Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/11/08/interactive-maps-show-impact-of-rising-sea-levels-on-coastal-cities-in-canada_a_23271427/?utm_hp_ref=ca-news ================
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Will sea level rise drown our coastal cities?
 
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Sea level rise viewer (U.S. only, sorry international plan fans): https://coast.noaa.gov/slr/ Sea level rise could submerge land currently home to up to 760 million people worldwide if global temperatures rise 4 degrees celsius by the year 2100. So what are cities and city planners going to do to minimize the potential devastation? Resources on this topic: Brecht, H., Dasgupta, S., Laplante, B., Murray, S., & Wheeler, D. (2012). Sea-Level Rise and Storm Surges: High Stakes for a Small Number of Developing Countries. The Journal of Environment & Development, 21(1), 120–138. https://doi.org/10.1177/1070496511433601 http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.940.7848&rep=rep1&type=pdf "Climate change crusade goes local" By Doug Struck https://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/2015/0809/Climate-change-crusade-goes-local Hauer, M. E., Evans, J. M., & Mishra, D. R. (2016). Millions projected to be at risk from sea-level rise in the continental United States. Nature Climate Change, 6(7), 691–695. https://doi.org/10.1038/nclimate2961 "9 Popular Cities Losing War with Rising Seas" https://www.seeker.com/9-popular-cities-losing-war-with-rising-seas-1767623708.html "Shanghai Struggles to Save Itself From the Sea" by Coco Liu http://www.nytimes.com/cwire/2011/09/27/27climatewire-shanghai-struggles-to-save-itself-from-the-s-43368.html?pagewanted=all "From Miami to Shanghai: 3C of warming will leave world cities below sea level" by Jonathan Watts https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/nov/03/miami-shanghai-3c-warming-cities-underwater "The three-degree world: the cities that will be drowned by global warming" by Josh Holder, Niko Kommenda, and Jonathan Watts https://www.theguardian.com/cities/ng-interactive/2017/nov/03/three-degree-world-cities-drowned-global-warming "Mapping Choices: Carbon, Climate, and Rising Seas, Our Global Legacy" by Climate Central http://sealevel.climatecentral.org/uploads/research/Global-Mapping-Choices-Report.pdf "The Rise of Resilience: Linking Resilience and Sustainability in City Planning" by Timon McPhearson https://static1.squarespace.com/static/552ec5f5e4b07754ed72c4d2/t/5550a70ae4b0134fb5a0bcf6/1431349002346/mcphearson+2014c_the+nature+of+cities.pdf "Shanghai takes measures against rising sea levels" https://gbtimes.com/shanghai-takes-measures-against-rising-sea-levels Photo sources: - Wikimedia Commons Produced in sunny Sacramento, California.
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Interactive map shows impact of rising sea levels on coastal cities in canada- News Canada
 
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Interactive map shows impact of rising sea levels on coastal cities in canada ================================ Thanks for watching please subscribe to my channel ================================ OTTAWA — From the slow-paced, tree-lined streets of downtown Charlottetown to the modern, western architecture of metro Vancouver, Canada's urban waterfronts are a beacon for condo developers, tourist... Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/11/08/interactive-maps-show-impact-of-rising-sea-levels-on-coastal-cities-in-canada_a_23271427/ ================
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U.K. Safe Locations
 
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Safe locations for the countries of the U.K. Britain as an Island, Ireland as an island, and also considering England, Scotland and Wales. Slide Show Presentation used in the video https://www.dropbox.com/s/m20svior5a1aweg/UK-safe.locations-slide-show.pdf?dl=0 My various U.K. maps: U.K. 200 foot tsunami: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/uk-raw-200foot-red-marked.jpg U.K. - one month after the Pole-Shift: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/uk-2024-raw-notated.jpg U.K. close-up of the north/south split: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/uk-split-point-2023.jpg U.K. 200 foot tsunami detailed map: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/uk-base-100-200-notated-red-marked-notated-finished.jpg Ireland Pole-Melt map (2024/2025): https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/ireland-base-750feet-5km-notated-light-blue.jpg Scotland Pole-Melt: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/scotland-825-notated.png Wales Pole-Melt: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/uk-wales-raw-825-notated.jpg IMPORTANT UPDATE: This the main map for determining essential safe locations against the Pole-Shift waves: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/uk-grand-map-750feet.png INTERACTIVE MAP: http://www.heywhatsthat.com/sealevel.html Add 736 feet for western England/Scotland and Wales. Add 676 feet for eastern England Scotland and Wales PRORATE the amounts for location in between the extreme west and east. Ireland: Add 811 for western Ireland Add 741 for eastern Ireland PRORATE the amounts for location in between the extreme west and east. Link to Clairvoyant predictions: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dzvf8yeoyjmn0qn/clairvoyent.pdf?dl=0
Views: 89205 Chris Thomas Wakefield
Animated map the world's undersea internet cables
 
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http://www.businessinsider.com/animated-map-global-fiber-optic-internet-cables-2015-9 ---- 99% of international data is transmitted by wires at the bottom of the ocean called submarine communications cables. In total, they are hundreds of thousands of miles long and can be as deep as Everest Is tall. The cables are installed by special boats called cable-layers. It’s more than a matter of dropping wires with anvils attached to them—the cables must generally be run across flat surfaces of the ocean floor, and care is taken to avoid coral reefs, sunken ships, fish beds, and other ecological habitats and general obstructions. The diameter of a shallow water cable is about the same as a soda can, while deep water cables are much thinner—about the size of a Magic Marker. The size difference is related to simple vulnerability—there’s not much going on 8,000 feet below sea level; consequently, there’s less need for galvanized shielding wire. Cables located at shallow depths are buried beneath the ocean floor using high pressure water jets. Though per-mile prices for installation change depending on total length and destination, running a cable across the ocean invariably costs hundreds of millions of dollars. Sharks are trying to eat the Internet. There’s disagreement as to why, exactly, sharks like gnawing on submarine communications cables. Maybe it has something to do with electromagnetic fields. Maybe they’re just curious. Maybe they’re trying to disrupt our communications infrastructure before mounting a land-based assault. (Haha) The point remains that sharks are chewing on the Internet, and sometimes damage it. In response, companies such as Google are shielding their cables in shark-proof wire wrappers. In 1854, installation began on the first transatlantic telegraph cable, which connected Newfoundland and Ireland. Four years later the first transmission was sent, reading: “Laws, Whitehouse received five minutes signal. Coil signals too weak to relay. Try drive slow and regular. I have put intermediate pulley. Reply by coils.” This is, admittedly, not very inspiring. (“Whitehouse” referred to Wildman Whitehouse, the chief electrician of the Atlantic Telegraph Company, who we’ve discussed previously.) For historical context: During those four years of cable construction, Charles Dickens was still writing novels; Walt Whitman published Leaves of Grass; a small settlement called Dallas was formally incorporated in Texas; and Abraham Lincoln, candidate for the U.S. Senate, gave his “House Divided” speech. As of 2014, there are 285 communications cables at the bottom of the ocean, and 22 of them are not yet in use. These are called “dark cables.” (Once they’re switched on, they’re said to be “lit.”) Submarine cables have a life expectancy of 25 years, during which time they are considered economically viable from a capacity standpoint. Over the last decade, however, global data consumption has exploded. In 2013, Internet traffic was 5 gigabytes per capita; this number is expected to reach 14 gigabytes per capita by 2018. Such an increase would obviously pose a capacity problem and require more frequent cable upgrades. However, new techniques in phase modulation and improvements in submarine line terminal equipment (SLTE) have boosted capacity in some places by as much as 8000%. The wires we have are more than ready for the traffic to come.
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Breaking News  - NASA's interactive tool reveals how sea levels could rise
 
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A team of NASA scientists has developed an interactive tool to reveal how the melting of Earth’s ice sheets could affect cities around the world.The tool relies on ‘sea-level fingerprints,’ accounting for the non-uniform pattern of sea level change to reveal the potential impacts on 293 major cities.And, the map reveals one ice sheet could have vastly different effects on certain areas of the world, depending on which part melts.Click and drag the map to see how different areas of the world are affectedThe tool relies on ‘sea-level fingerprints,’ accounting for the non-uniform pattern of sea level change to reveal the potential impacts on 293 major cities. The phenomenon alters Earth’s gravity field, and the elastic deformation of the solid Earth, the researchers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab explainIf the western part of the Greenland Ice Sheet were to melt, for example, London would see significant effects.But, if the northeastern side were instead to melt, New York would feel the impact.As ice sheets and glaciers melt, sea level rise around the world is not uniform.The phenomenon alters Earth’s gravity field, and the elastic deformation of the solid Earth, the researchers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab explain.This causes patterns that vary across the globe.The tool, called Gradient Fingerprint Mapping (GFM) shows how locations of the Antarctic and Greenland drainage systems affect local sea level rise predictions.‘We exploit an advanced mathematical property of adjoint systems and determine the exact gradient of sea-level fingerprints with respect to local variations in the ice thickness of all of the world’s ice drainage systems,’ the researchers explain in the study published to Science Advances.‘By exhaustively mapping these fingerprint gradients, we form a new diagnosis tool, henceforth referred to as gradient fingerprint mapping (GFM), that readily allows for improved assessments of future coastal inundation or emergence.’For the southern hemisphere, the researchers say parts of the Antarctic ice sheet could dramatically affect Sydney, Australia.As Earth’s conditions continue to change, the experts say the tool can be modified for more accurate predictions.In a study published this past September, scientists revealed they’d directly observed sea level fingerprints for the first time.'Scientists have a solid understanding of the physics of sea level fingerprints, but we’ve never had a direct detection of the phenomenon until now,' said co-author of the study Dr Isabella Velicogna, UCI professor of Earth system science and JPL research scientist, at the time.Sea level 'fingerprints,' are patterns of sea level variability around the world resulting from changes in water storage on Earth's continents and in the mass of ice sheets.  As ice sheets and glaciers undergo climate-related melting, they change the Earth's gravity field, leading to sea level changes that are not uniform around the planet.  For example, when a glacier melts and loses ice mass, its gravitational attraction is reduced.  Sea level rise fingerprints calculated from observations of mass changes in Greenland, Antarctica, continental glaciers and ice caps, and land water storage made by the GRACE satellites, between January 2003 to April 2014 As such, ocean waters nearby move away, causing sea level to rise faster far away from the glacier.  This resulting pattern in sea level change is known as a sea level fingerprint - and certain areas, particularly in Earth's 1
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800º ABOVE SEA LEVEL (SAFE AREAS) FOR THE UPCOMING POLE SHIFT
 
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PayPal Donate - paypal.me/CodyAustinDalla SAFE AREAS for before and after sea levels raise from the pole shift. by about 2025, the flood sea level will raise very high. and idaho is safer than Ohio. For before and after the pole shift. Btw, i just learned this, if you live in certain areas, 1 week before the pole shift happens the sun will stay in place. Website - http://www.clinicallyinsanebiohacker.com T-Shirts and funny products - https://www.redbubble.com/people/thebossGOD1/shop?asc=u Buy My Book - https://goo.gl/WeJ3o2 Video by : Cody Austin Dalla Youtube : thebossGOD1 Buy Custom Made Subliminals HERE - patreon.com/thebossGOD1 PayPal Donate - paypal.me/CodyAustinDalla Website - http://www.clinicallyinsanebiohacker.com T-Shirts and funny products - https://www.redbubble.com/people/thebossGOD1/shop?asc=u Buy My Book - https://goo.gl/WeJ3o2 Video by - Cody Austin Dalla Youtube - thebossGOD1 other channel - vocalMOD2 Buy Custom Made Subliminals on my Patreon Page HERE - patreon.com/thebossGOD1 JOIN OUR GOOGLE+ GROUP HERE! - https://plus.google.com/communities/109052012999349025603?sqinv=VDFKLWZYNTFnQ3l4Q29lNEl4YWFwZEpmWFQ2WkxR
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Sea Level Rise And What You Can Do About It!
 
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As part of the Educating Coastal Communities About Sea-level Rise (ECoAS) project, the EAC and DFO have teamed up with PLANifax to bring awareness to the issue of sea-level rise and encourage coastal communities to take it into consideration when planning for the future! We've also created an informative website www.sealevelrise.ca along with eye-catching and educational infographics in French and English which can be found on our site. Check it out! The ECoAS project is a co-led initiative between the Ecology Action Centre and Fisheries and Oceans Canada and is designed to translate scientific climate change research into useable information to educate coastal communities within Atlantic Canada about rising seas. The aims of this project are to: 1. Help communities learn about sea-level rise and how it affects them 2. Provide access to tools that have been developed locally with the latest climate change information available 3. Illustrate the need for incorporating sea-level rise into future plans This Project was supported partially by a financial contribution from Fisheries and Oceans Canada/Ce projet fut appuyé partiellement par une contribution financière de Pêches et oceans Canada.
Views: 383 Fern Lane
Procedural map generation: Global Warming
 
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Procedural fantasy map generation: Global Warming. Model is based on gradual average annual temperature increase from 0 to 25 °C. Devlog: https://azgaar.wordpress.com
Views: 402 Azgar
Climate Change | Sea Level Rising,NASA | PTV
 
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New NASA tool can tell you which glacier may flood your city as the planet warms
 
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New NASA tool can tell you which glacier may flood your city as the planet warms Sea level rise is one of the most recognizable consequences of climate change and is likely to be one of the most destructive as well. Projecting when destructive coastal inundation could occur in your city just became easier, thanks to a new tool developed by NASA scientists. By pinpointing which specific glaciers and ice sheets are contributing to local sea level rise for individual coastal cities, scientists can paint a more complete and accurate picture of what global warming will mean for rising ocean levels. "This study allows one person to understand which icy areas of the world will contribute most significantly to sea level change (rise or decrease) in their specific city," Eric Larour, one of the study's authors, told CNN.Earlier this month, a major climate report released by the Trump administration revealed that global average sea level has risen by about 7-8 inches since 1900, with almost half of that rise coming in the last 25 years. Projections show that oceans will rise on average by 1-4 feet across the globe by 2100, but the amount of rise will not be uniform for everyone. Understanding how sea level rise will be distributed is a big question facing researchers and planners for major coastal cities worldwide. A key driver of sea level rise is the melting of land ice from ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica, as well as glaciers worldwide, but tracking how that meltwater influences individual sea levels is no easy task. Researchers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory have developed a tool that takes into account the rotation of the Earth and gravitational effects, which help to determine how specific melting points will impact certain cities. The research has been published in the journal Science Advances and is available online. The online tool can be a bit technical to use and understand. In the study, the researchers "looked at 293 major port cities to allow coastal planners to readily calculate local seal level change," as well as know which locations of the Earth's polar ice cap melts present the biggest danger to them in particular. http://edition.cnn.com/2017/11/16/world/nasa-sea-level-rise-forecast/index.html
What Europe would look like if all the Earth's ice melted
 
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1)how long will it take for all the ice to melt 2) if all the ice melted map 3) if the polar ice caps melted what would be under water 4) map of california if all ice melted 5) if all the ice melted interactive map 6) how far inland would we have to move if the polar ice caps melted 7) how long will it take for the polar ice caps to melt 8) when will all the ice melt
SEA LEVEL trailer
 
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Coming soon....the first in a series of audio podcasts on rising sea levels, and how they are already impacting Atlantic Canada. Want more? Just watch the video. Then visit www.PlanetInPeril.ca "Where science gets respect!"
Views: 20 Larry Powell
Climate Change Map
 
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Global carbon emissions are not declining, they are rising. #ClimateFacts Learn more about what you can do at our next Brown Bag Seminar titled Moral Compass: Responding to the Climate Challenge. Sign up here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1066266290150612/
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7 INSANE Effects of Climate Change in Your Lifetime
 
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7 INSANE Effects of Climate Change in Your Lifetime. For many people just hearing the words climate change causes an immediate trigger response, with random, jabbering phrases spewing out of their face such as "it's natural", "it's a liberal conspiracy" and "My fridge cold how global warming do a thing now?". Narration provided by JaM Advertising New Mexico www.tasteofjam.com When people think of climate change they imagine the whole world getting hotter evenly all over, but this simply isn't the case, and while some areas will experience a huge increase in temperatures, others are going to see the exact opposite take place. Sea levels have continued to rise for some time now thanks to the continued melting of Earth's giant icy fedora; Antarctica. With hundreds of millions of people fleeing their homes to escape the encroaching ocean, future mass migration is inevitable. Yep, this is literally the worst one on the list. Do you hate the sight of sobbing children covered in flies staring forlornly at an empty sack of grain? The World Bank estimates that Earth's poorest countries will need around $100billion dollars a year to help offset the impacts of climate change, but what if your country elects a delightful far-right leader who says screw em, we'll look after our own, and refuses to pay out? Corn, barley and wheat are all used to create beer, so when these crops become more difficult to grow, they become much more expensive. An increase in temperature brings many unwanted side-effects for the everyday person, you'll enjoy sweatier thighs, hotter car dashboards, and a 200% increase in the meltiness of ice cream cones.
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NASA uses a tool to forecast which cities are vulnerable to flooding due to melting ice.
 
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NASA uses a tool to forecast which cities are vulnerable to flooding due to melting ice. Scientists at NASA have developed a tool to forecast which cities are vulnerable to flooding due to melting ice in a warm climate. Analyze the effects of rotation and gravitation on Earth to predict how water will be redistributed worldwide. This provides, for each city, an image of which glaciers, ice sheets have a specific importance, the researchers said. The research could provide scientists with a way to determine which layers of ice should be most concerned. The researchers explained that as the Earth's ice is lost in the oceans, the gravitational and rotational potentials of the Earth are altered, resulting in strong spatial patterns in sea level rise SLR. The pattern of sea level change has been termed sea level fingerprints. We do not have robust forecasting models for future ice changes, which decreases our ability to use these fingerprints to accurately predict local changes in sea level LSL, the researchers. Therefore, they set out to determine the exact gradient of fingerprints at sea level with respect to local variations in ice thickness of all the ice drainage systems in the world. By thoroughly mapping these fingerprint gradients, we form a new diagnostic tool, hereafter called GFM gradient fingerprint mapping, that allows for improved assessments of future floods or coastal emergencies, the study said. The researchers showed that for Antarctica and Greenland, changes in flood predictions in major port cities depend on the location of the drainage system. For example, in London, local changes in sea level are significantly affected by changes in the western part of the Greenland ice sheet, while in New York such changes are very sensitive to changes in the north-eastern portions. of the ice sheet.
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What Is The Definition Of Sea Level Rise?
 
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Kerry Emanuel: 2017 Hurricanes a taste of Future
 
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Climate scientist Kerry Emanuel describes physics behind expected increase in storm strength due to climate change. http://news.mit.edu/2017/kerry-emanuel-hurricanes-are-taste-future-0921 Video via Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences MIT https://www.youtube.com/user/EAPSweb/videos Speaker: Kerry A. Emanuel, Cecil & Ida Green Professor of Atmospheric Science, Co-Director of the Lorenz Center Natural disasters are the result of the interaction of a natural phenomenon with human beings and their built environments. Globally and in the U.S., large increases in coastal populations are causing corresponding increases in hurricane damage and these are now being compounded by rising sea levels and changing storm characteristics owing to anthropogenic climate change. In this talk, I will describe projections of changing hurricane activity over the rest of this century and what such projections tell us about how the probabilities of hurricanes like Harvey and Irma have already changed and are likely to continue to do so.
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Mean Sea Level from altimetry
 
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The global mean level of the oceans is one of the most important indicators of climate change. It incorporates the reactions from several different components of the climate system. Precise monitoring of changes in the mean level of the oceans, particularly through the use of altimetry satellites, is vitally important, for understanding not just the climate but also the socioeconomic consequences of any rise in sea level. Further information, updates and download on : www.aviso.altimetry.fr/msl
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Sea Level Rise with NOAA Coastal Hazard Specialist Doug Marcy
 
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Doug Marcy is a Coastal Hazards Specialist at the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. He has been with NOAA for 14 years working on enhancing flood inundation products and GIS capability, storm surge assessments, sea level rise, and coastal hazards assessment projects contributing to more disaster resilient communities. Topics: What is causing Sea Level Rise? Has it happened in the past? What are the current trends? Globally? Locally? Future projections? Uncertainty? Scenario vs. Probabilistic approach. How are we tracking vs. projections? Future storms? SLR making things worse. Total water level. Nuisance flooding increasing. Lots at stake. What can we do? What are cities currently doing about it? Quick SLR viewer demo.
Time Lapse Maps: How Harvey Flooded Houston
 
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Google earth video with overlays showing where water fell, and where it will recede from as the Galveston District slowly reduces flow rates out of Addicks and Barker dams. Courtesy Video U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District
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TALLEST CONDOMINIUM AT HARIZON 101, MANGO AVENUE CEBU CITY.
 
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Horizons 101 Live Life On Top The project is a 59-storey residential condominium building, with 12 levels of parking space. All units have an unobstructed views of Cebu. It has 1,200 sqm of open area It has amenities and services that support a modern and fast-paced lifestyle Just walking distance from Fuente Circle and just across the commercial area in Mango Avenue. Very near universities and hospitals. Studio units are modular and can easily be combined with adjacent units All units are ready for telephone, internet and CATV connectivity All units have individual electric and water meters All units (residential and parking) are covered by a Condominium Certificate of Title Unit Finishes Floor High Grade Resilient Flooring Toilet – Ceramic Tiles Wall Painted Concrete Wall Toilet – Ceramic Tiles Ceiling Painted slab soffit* Toilet – Painted Fiber Cement Board Fixtures Complete T&B fixtures Mechanical exhaust system Kitchen sink with base cabinet and grease trap Amenities For Active Lifestyle Lap Pool (2 lanes – 25m) Gym Jogging Path (150m) Jacuzzi Wi-fi Fun for KIDS Kiddie Pool Wet Play Area w/ Interactive water jets Dry Play Area Playroom For Rest & Relaxation Gazebo Japanese garden Multi-purpose Area Mini-theater Services Main Lobby 4 High-Speed Elevators Central Mailroom Administration and Maintenance Offices Overhead Water Tank Power Generator Garbage Collection HORIZONS 101 IN NUMBERS Rising 173 meters above sea level, Horizons 101 gets its name from the combined total floors of Tower 1, with 55 floors, and Tower 2 with 46. High-speed elevators take 55 seconds to reach the 55th floor. Key areas within the Towers are supported by 100% back-up power. AN ENGINEERING MARVEL Solid from top to bottom, Tower 1’s foundation alone uses 16,000 cubic meters of concrete—equivalent to 245 NBA basketball courts! Further strengthening Horizons 101, a staggering 10,000,000 kilograms of metals are incorporated into its structure. It would take 500 trailer trucks to carry that much. As of August 19, 2016, 86 units have achieved ZERO punch list—the gold standard in quality construction. Tastefully appointed and thoroughly modern, Horizons 101 is a restful home that’s right within a dynamic neighborhood. A short walk or drive away from a multitude of activities, Horizons 101 promises a lifestyle that is both elevated and exciting. Deal only with License Real estate service Practitioners.. SHIRLEY B. DAYOLA Mobile Phone +639176931147 /+639228875502 PLDT Res. +6332-2555875 / +6332-5114730 https://www.facebook.com/shirleydayola Email add- [email protected] Real Estate Salesperson PRC Res.no. 106 series of 2016 HLURB –CVR-15-022
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fox news -  NASA's interactive tool reveals how sea levels could rise
 
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fox news - NASA's interactive tool reveals how sea levels could rise Ateam of NASA scientists has developed an interactive tool to reveal how the melting of Earth’s ice sheets could affect cities around the world.The tool relies on ‘sea-level fingerprints,’ accounting for the non-uniform pattern of sea level change to reveal the potential impacts on 293 major cities.And, the map reveals one ice sheet could have vastly different effects on certain areas of the world, depending on which part melts.Click and drag the map to see how different areas of the world are affected The tool relies on ‘sea-level fingerprints,’ accounting for the non-uniform pattern of sea level change to reveal the potential impacts on 293 major cities.The phenomenon alters Earth’s gravity field, and the elastic deformation of the solid Earth, the researchers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab explain If the western part of the Greenland Ice Sheet were to melt, for example, London would see significant effects.But, if the northeastern side were instead to melt, New York would feel the impact.As ice sheets and glaciers melt, sea level rise around the world is not uniform.The phenomenon alters Earth’s gravity field, and the elastic deformation of the solid Earth, the researchers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab explain.This causes patterns that vary across the globe.The tool, called Gradient Fingerprint Mapping (GFM) shows how locations of the Antarctic and Greenland drainage systems affect local sea level rise predictions.‘We exploit an advanced mathematical property of adjoint systems and determine the exact gradient of sea-level fingerprints with respect to local variations in the ice thickness of all of the world’s ice drainage systems,’ the researchers explain in the study published to Science Advances.‘By exhaustively mapping these fingerprint gradients, we form a new diagnosis tool, henceforth referred to as gradient fingerprint mapping (GFM), that readily allows for improved assessments of future coastal inundation or emergence.’ For the southern hemisphere, the researchers say parts of the Antarctic ice sheet could dramatically affect Sydney, Australia.As Earth’s conditions continue to change, the experts say the tool can be modified for more accurate predictions.In a study published this past September, scientists revealed they’d directly observed sea level fingerprints for the first time.'Scientists have a solid understanding of the physics of sea level fingerprints, but we’ve never had a direct detection of the phenomenon until now,' said co-author of the study Dr Isabella Velicogna, UCI professor of Earth system science and JPL research scientist, at the time.Sea level 'fingerprints,' are patterns of sea level variability around the world resulting from changes in water storage on Earth's continents and in the mass of ice sheets.As ice sheets and glaciers undergo climate-related melting, they change the Earth's gravity field, leading to sea level changes that are not uniform around the planet.For example, when a glacier melts and loses Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5094595/NASA-s-interactive-tool-reveals-sea-levels-rise.html
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The Earth is only 70% Flat Level Water, and the rising Horizon debunks the Globe
 
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Greetings Earthlings. In today's Observable Science lesson, we are going to go back to kindergarten and learning the difference between a spherical object versus a Flat Plane. Since grown adults can't seem to understand this glaringly simple Fact, I am presenting Empiracle Evidence of how our vision works when observing two very distinct shapes. The fact that a Flat Level horizon is even visible at all from an airplane at 40,000 feet elevation, this alone is Empiracle Evidence that we are NOT on top of a sphere Earth. A "curved horizon" simply is not reality, and the sphere underneath your feet only DROPS the higher you ascend into the sky. A horizon is the point of convergence between the sky and a Flat Plane, therefore it will ALWAYS mimic the Flat Level ground we walk on. The Natural physics of water assumes the shape of whatever vessel it rests in. Standing Bodies of Water always Levels off FLAT on top, no matter how large the vessel is. Once water is filled into a vessel, it will remain Flat and Level on top until the vessel is disturbed or the water flows over the vessel. At this point the water finds the path of least resistance and then travels DOWN to the next level until it puddles up or is collected in another vessel where it Levels Off at the top again. It doesn't matter if it's inside a bathtub, a swimming pool, a lake, or the massive oceans.. Standing Water does not wrap itself around the Exterior of an object and Stick to it from all sides, especially a spinning ball hurling through space at 66.6 thousand miles per hour. There exists not one scientific experiment that shows this happening. All Verifiable, Repeatable, Demostratable, and Observable Evidence shows the Oceans are "Sea Level". No matter what math equation or ridiculous theory of gravity Globe defenders want to use, it cannot refute this Empiracle Evidence. Case closed. The Earth is 70% Flat Level Water and the Globe is just a figment of your imagination programmed into your mind by Agents of Disinformation. No amount of CGI or photo shop or Go Pro Fisheye Lens distortion will EVER stand up to Honest Sceintific Scrutiny. Game Over Heliocentrist Sun worshippers! "Today's scientists have substituted Mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has NO relation to Reality". - Nikola Tesla
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Mean sea level
 
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Mean sea level
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How Does A Flood Affect The Groundwater Levels?
 
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How can floods affect groundwater levels? Quoraunderstanding flooding alberta waterportal. This tends to occur after much longer periods of sustained high rainfall. Affect streams, streams do affect groundwater through streambed dec 9, 2016 a 5 year level hydrograph for water table aquifer are affected by the amount of being pumped out local wells. Googleusercontent search. How are flood events affected by groundwater levels? levels affect land development how does and surface water interaction. Nov 11, 2012 for coastal communities already worried about the rising sea level that comes with climate change ocean is 8 inches higher, apr 5, 2017 while we don't tend to notice earth and atmospheric tides, they do affect both excess rainfall can cause groundwater rise up flooding. How does groundwater cause flooding? Cbbc newsround. Faq groundwater flooding the uk forum. This tends to occur after long periods of sustained high rainfall. Have your septic tank the drainage ditches quickly lowered groundwater levels. Higher rainfall means more water will infiltrate into the ground and cause table to rise above normal levels. Assessment of damage caused by high groundwater inundation what is flooding? Kent county council. Higher rainfall means more water will infiltrate into the ground and cause table to rise above normal levels groundwater flooding is caused by high river that result in at present, alberta does not have extensive monitoring, flood affected level only likely occur areas with porous soil containing a shallow how affect your development plans? Shifts population changes land use can deplete supplies or jan 15, 2015 gaining stream, are natural conditions, such as events, also create losing stream conditions. For as long the wetting or saturation progresses downward, water content in vadose zone does not exceed field capacity and remains at groundwater flooding occurs a result of rising up from underlying rocks flowing dormant springs. Groundwater flooding the uk groundwater forum faq forum groundwateruk faq_groundwater_flooding. Rising sea level may trigger groundwater floods how tides affect the under our feet phys. American estimation of river stage effect on groundwater level springer link. It is helpful to understand more about the water table and what affects it jul 12, 2017 do not use sewage system until in soil absorption field lower than level around house. Groundwater levels are routinely recorded as part of water feb 12, 2014 experts warning that the flooding could last for months because groundwater is so high what does this mean and how it affect flooding? Which means rise further before they start oct 14, 2015 typically, ground settles at a certain level in below table can and, when does, basement problems often occur. How ground water causes basement flooding us waterproofing. Groundwater tends to flow from areas where the ground level is high, low impact of high rainfall and floods on surface groundwater resources complex. Wit
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Where to live in America, 2100 A.D.
 
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Season after season, extreme weather bombards the continental United States. Over the next 83 years, its cascading effects will force U.S. residents inward, upward, and away from newly uninhabitable areas. But don’t worry: We’ve mapped out how these factors will alter the country’s landscape in 2100. Check out an interactive version of this map here: pops.ci/BaDiiB -- FOLLOW POPULAR SCIENCE http://www.popsci.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/popsci Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/popsci Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/popsci Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/popularscience Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/popularscience
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What Would Happen If The Sea Level Rise?
 
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Thermal expansion when water heats up, it expands. That volume includes the arctic, antarctic and a swath of ice sheets glaciers 18 feb 2015. Look like with an ocean that is 10 feet higher? The predicted sea level rise will take a long time to unfold. You can just look up online how far above sea level another thing would happen, as dropped, rivers and streams of the world what will happen to netherlands if rises 1 meter? . Melting glaciers and polar ice caps large formations, like the caps, naturally melt back a bit each summer if we keep burning fossil fuels indefinitely, global warming will eventually its land to ultimate sea level catastrophe, but earth's rising heat might make 17 feb 2015 as temperatures continue rise, in regions melt, dumping tons of extra water into ocean. Warmer water temperatures will also lead the oceans to expand. What the world would look like if all ice melted. What in the world will happen if sea level falls 500 meters? Quora. This is a very difficult question #drownyourtown what happens when twitter users get on demand apocalyptic sea level rise mapslouis the great wall of china? Sea national geographic. Global sea level rise map global warming & climate change bbc earth this is how far seas could thanks to changelook like with 10 feet of rise? . The map above can be used to show which areas would under water if sea level rises a specific amount. You can select a value of sea level rise using the 11 apr 2016 if climate change continues, we expect large in this happens, greenhouse gas emission reductions are vital 13 may 2014 what does u. Sea level rise will cause more than flooding business insider. Googleusercontent search. Learn what would happen if sea levels rose 12 inches at howstuffworks all the ice covering antarctica, greenland, and in mountain glaciers around world were to melt, level rise about 70 meters (230 feet). What if sea levels rose 12 inches? Will the world ever be all underwater because of ice ology. What would happen if the sea level rose by two metres? . 23 jul 2017 due to climate change ocean levels are rising, which may prove to be disastrous to communities around the world 15 jul 2015 10 images show what coastal cities will look like after sea levels rise. A new study finds that even if we slow rising temperatures now, 9 may 2017 what would happen the antarctic ice sheets melted along with rest of our seas rise by 216 feet as compared to current level be horrible for life on earth. Climate sea level rise impact of 6 meter (red) dataset this animation shows what earth would look like if all the ice melted in antarctica were to melt, how much global citylab. Sea level rise what would happen if all the earth's ice melted earth look like youtube. Most states in america would be covered by water. About half of the past century's rise in sea level is attributable to warmer oceans simply occupying more space. Science 10 images show what coastal cities will look like after sea would if all the ice m
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**Rivers RISE** | Sacramento Valley beginning to flood! | May rival 1997 flood!
 
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Feb. 18, 2017: After a third ARk Storm in less than two months the california rivers are reaching DANGEROUS levels. Dams and reservoirs are being stressed to the max! http://www.cnrfc.noaa.gov (great interactive by NOAA) #MrMBB333 *Follow me* Website: https://www.mrmbb333.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMBB333 (SUBSCRIBE) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/MrMBB333 Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrMBB333 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+MrMBB333 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrmbb333
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Study Shows Growing Threat Of Rising Sea Levels In Santa Cruz
 
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Devin Fehely reports on Santa Cruz study that outlines what coastal neighborhoods are at risk in face of rising sea levels (12-5-2017)
Why Are Glaciers Important To The Earth?
 
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Glaciers are important indicators of global warming and climate change in several ways. Melting ice sheets contribute to rising sea levels. As ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland melt, they raise the level of the ocean. Tons of fresh water are added to the ocean every day. About ten percent of the world's entire landmass is covered in glaciers, and they store about 75 all freshwater on earth! according to scientific estimates, sea level glaciers are important maintaining heat budget, they reflect incoming solar radiation(albedo high) melting glacier followed by rise isostatic adjustments will cause tectonic disturbances temperature earth also going up; One degree can have a huge impact glacial ice largest reservoir fresh water. Googleusercontent search. Geological survey's water science for schools web site. Glaciers are important features in the hydrologic cycle and affect volume, variability, water quality of runoff areas where they occur. Large additions of fresh water also change the ocean ecosystem a glacier doesn't melt slowly and steadily like an ice cube on table. Once glacial ice begins to break down, the interaction of meltwater and sea water with glacier's structure can cause increasingly fast melting retreat. As a glacier flows down valley it wears away the rock and changes from 1 sep 2016 answer lies in phenomenon of melting glaciers seesawing weight across earth called glacial isostatic adjustment. They are present throughout the year. You may not know it, but the last ice age is still quietly transforming earth's surface and affecting everything from length of our days to topography countries. The distribution of glacier area with altitude is important, as it means that different areas will respond to climate change in ways. Glaciers are so powerful they can change the shape of mountain valleys. Today, earth's surface is made up of 71. Melting glaciers are wreaking havoc on earth's crust. How are you marking earth day and what does it mean for you? Share your images or video from wherever. Prior to 1939 the of that roughly 3 percent earth's total fresh water, around 64 is frozen in poles and glaciers it disappearing people living arid climates near mountains often rely on glacial melt for their water part year. But the oceans are important sinks, or absorption centers, for carbon dioxide, and take up about a third of human generated co2 although glaciers ice caps make less than 1 percent earth's terrestrial volume, their small size allows them to respond rapidly climate change. Bbc earth glaciers hear them creak and groan. Glaciers and icecaps, the usgs water science school ice glaciers cycle. The history of ice on earth mapping the world's glaciers antarctic. As ice sheets in antarctica and greenland melt, they raise the level of ocean. There are currently finally, the ice sheets can provide scientists with very important details about past changes in earth's climate. More than 110 glaciers have disappeared from montana's glaci
9 Proofs You Can Increase Your Brain Power
 
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The human brain is probably the most mysterious organ in our body. Scientists keep learning new facts about its work, but it still hides lots of secrets. There are a few simple ways to boost your intellect and improve your brain power, and they will surely surprise you! TIMESTAMPS Chronic lack of sleep worsens memory 0:40 Prolonged stress destroys the brain 1:07 Love and hate have a lot in common 1:29 The brain is sensitive to dehydration 1:53 Pregnancy changes the brain’s structure 2:13 The abundance of sugar reduces the ability to learn 2:39 Romantic love and maternal feelings are very similar 3:25 Painting improves the work of the brain 3:58 Reading trains the brain 4:33 SUMMARY - During a full night’s sleep, brain cells remove toxic compounds dangerous to our brain. - A decrease in memory, in the ability to learn, in self-control — these are the consequences that chronic stress is fraught with.  - British scientists found out that love and hate originate in similar brain areas.  - Our brain is almost 80% water. - Scientists proved that pregnancy reduces the amount of gray matter in the brain areas responsible for social cognition and the ability to understand other people.  - The abundance of fructose in the diet slows down the brain and reduces its ability to learn, remember information, and concentrate.  - According to brain activity, romantic relationships and maternal feelings are very similar, but there are differences as well. - A study showed that painting and contemplation of works of art improve the interaction between brain areas while slowing its aging. - Oxford scientists proved that the process of reading trains the cognitive abilities of the brain. It also activates areas that aren’t used at other times. Don’t forget to hit the like button below the video and click subscribe to join the Bright Side of life! Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Why a storm surge can be the deadliest part of a hurricane
 
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It can start before a hurricane even makes landfall. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO What really concerns experts, though, are places that don’t experience a lot of hurricanes but are still vulnerable to storm surge. This map shows that in the event of a big hurricane, based on the characteristics of the shoreline, the coasts of Northwest Florida and Georgia would be at comparable risk to the Gulf Coast. These areas have shallow water, which means sea level can rise faster and water can reach further inland making the flooding worse. But they’ve seen fewer hurricanes than the Gulf Coast and they are likely to be less prepared. So when a major hurricane like Irma hits low-lying areas like these, the storm surge can be the first and deadliest thing headed their way. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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This Incredible Animation Shows How Deep The Ocean Really Is
 
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Just how deep does the ocean go? Way further than you think. This animation puts the actual distance into perspective, showing a vast distance between the waves we see and the mysterious point we call Challenger Deep. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/businessinsider/ TUMBLR: http://businessinsider.tumblr.com/
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CLIMATE CHANGE deadly  by the year 2100
 
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By 2100, Deadly Heat May Threaten Majority of Humankind. Loss of sea ice, accelerated sea level rise and longer, more intense heat waves. Extreme Weather!
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Temperature Trend Stalls, Clouds and Volcanic Particulate Overwhelm New Climate Model (416)
 
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Support ADAPT 2030 on PATREON http://www.patreon.com/adapt2030 The new Community Earth System Model (CESM) put out such un-believable results in global weather pattern changes affecting crops and rainfall, where in quotes 'Things went wrong" as a description to what was produced as a result. The model was scrapped until "fixes" are added. I want to see the results as I think the particulate forcing that shocked the modelers was how quickly this will occur and what implications it has for crop yields globally based on volcanic dust and more clouds because of a 19% increase over the next solar cycle. Is this why they took it off line? Don't get caught un-prepared stock up on survival food today! http://foodforliberty.com/adapt2030 Contrary Temperature Trend Stalls Upgraded Climate Model’s Debut https://eos.org/articles/contrary-temperature-trend-stalls-upgraded-climate-models-debut NASA Cloud Fraction Map https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/GlobalMaps/view.php?d1=MODAL2_M_CLD_FR https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/GlobalMaps/view.php?d1=MODAL2_M_CLD_FR&d2=MYDAL2_M_SKY_WV Null School SO2 particulates https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/particulates/surface/level/overlay=suexttau/orthographic=-99.90,18.02,432 Global Temps Wood For Trees Interactive http://www.woodfortrees.org/plot/best/from:1900/to:2000/mean:20 http://www.woodfortrees.org/plot/hadcrut3vgl/from:1900/to:2000/mean:20 Global Sea Surface Temperatures Wood For Trees Interactive http://www.woodfortrees.org/plot/hadsst2gl/from:1900/to:2000/mean:20 CERN CLOUD Experiment http://cloud.web.cern.ch/cloud
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Upcoming Climate SLR Events
 
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Approaching Climate and Sea Level Rise events across the United States, presented by ClimateMonitor.tv. To put your event on Climate Monitor, call us at 800-856-0667.
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Melting Alaskan permafrost may accelerate global warming, warn scientists
 
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Visit http://archive.nextanimationstudio.com or contact [email protected] to license this or any News Direct video For story suggestions please contact [email protected] RESTRICTIONS: NONE Scientists say that Alaskan permafrost thawing and think this may lead to a further rise in global warming. According to the New York Times, researchers withdrew water and sediment samples from permafrost cores and installed temperature probes in the ground. Their aim is to better understand how permafrost interacts with the environment. In a northern Alaska region, permafrost 65 feet deep is said to have warmed from minus 8 to minus 3 degrees Celsius over the past decades. Globally, permafrost is believed to hold approximately double the amount carbon currently in the atmosphere. When it defrosts, the carbon is back sent into the atmosphere. Scientists believe this could warm the planet over the coming centuries. RUNDOWN SHOWS: 1. Permafrost in Alaska 2. Permafrost core in Alaska 3. Deep permafrost cross section 4. Permafrost areas around the world VOICEOVER (in English): "Alaskan permafrost layers of soil that remain consistently frozen is thawing, and scientists think this may lead to a further rise in global warming, regardless of attempts to curb it." "According to the New York Times, researchers withdrew water and sediment samples from permafrost cores and installed temperature probes in the ground." "Their aim is to better understand how permafrost interacts with the environment." "In a northern Alaska, permafrost 65 feet deep is said to have warmed from minus 8 to minus 3 degrees Celsius over the past decades." "Globally, permafrost is believed to hold approximately double the amount carbon currently in the atmosphere." "When it defrosts, the carbon is back sent into the atmosphere." "Scientists believe this could warm the planet a further 1 degrees Celsius[a] over the coming centuries." SOURCES: New York Times, The Seattle Times, RT https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/08/23/climate/alaska-permafrost-thawing.html http://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/alaskas-permafrost-is-thawing/ https://www.rt.com/usa/400681-alaskas-thawing-permafrost-decades-away/ *** For story suggestions please contact [email protected] For technical and editorial support, please contact: Asia: +61 2 93 73 1841 Europe: +44 20 7542 7599 Americas and Latam: +1 800 738 8377 ----------------------------------------­­---------------------------------------­-­---------------- Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com/trial/ To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com
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fox news -  Interactive map reveals light pollution across Earth
 
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fox news - Interactive map reveals light pollution across Earth Areas of our planet are quickly losing their night sky and the problem is getting worse, scientists have warned.New research has shown that the use of artificial lighting coming off of lampposts, buildings and cars is leading to a loss of night in many areas across the globe.The 'death of the night' could have serious implications for animals and plants – who are biologically programmed to react differently during night and day.An interactive map has been created to reveal the global regions worst hit by light pollution.Areas of our planet are quickly losing their night sky and the problem is getting worse, scientists have warned.An interactive map has been created to reveal the global regions worst hit by light pollution.Users can left click and drag the map or slide their finger on a touchscreen device to the desired location, and can zoom in using the mouse wheel or zoom button The artificially lit area of our planet continues to grow in both size and brightness in most countries, the new study found.Researchers said: 'Artificial light is an environmental pollutant that threaten nocturnal animals and affects plants and microorganisms.' Dr Christopher Kyba of the GFZ German Research Centre for Geoscience in Potsdam and colleagues measured the spread of light across the world using satellite images of the Earth's surface.By comparing pictures taken at night over the years, the scientists were able to map out how much light pollution increased.Only two countries were less well lit between 2012 and 2016 – Syria and Yemen – both racked by conflict.In some of the world's most developed countries, such as the United States, United Kingdom and Spain, lighting levels hardly changed.Most of the growth in lighting occurred in developing countries.The researchers said: 'With few exceptions, growth in lighting occurred throughout South America, Africa, and Asia.' The team warns that the rise of cheaper LED lights may increase light pollution – as towns and cities use more lights at night than before.In the UK, some councils have switched off street lights at night, often citing budgetary reasons, but some also claim that it is better for wildlife and the environment.In their study, published in Science Advances, the researchers say there is hope that advanced designs of LED lamps can reduce light pollution by two thirds – without any noticeable difference.Dr Kyba said : 'Other studies and the experience of cities like Tucson, Arizona, show that well designed LED lamps allow a two-third or more decrease of light emission without any noticeable effect for human perception.' Dr Kyba's previous research has shown that the US creates more light pollution than countries such as Germany – which shows that technological development of a country need not mean increasing light pollution.Under a 2005 law, light pollution can be considered a statutory nuisance.Common complaints target security lighting, as well as floodlighting of football and hockey pitches and tenn Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5108605/Interactive-map-reveals-light-pollution-Earth.html
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Our Living Planet from Space
 
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Since the fall of 1997, NASA satellites have continuously and globally observed all plant life at the surface of the land and ocean. Satellites measured land and ocean life from space as early as the 1970s. But it wasn't until the launch of the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) in 1997 that the space agency began what is now a continuous, global view of both land and ocean life. This video was created with data from satellites including SeaWiFS, and instruments including the NASA/NOAA Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite and the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer. On land, vegetation appears on a scale from brown (low vegetation) to dark green (lots of vegetation); at the ocean surface, phytoplankton are indicated on a scale from purple (low) to yellow (high). In the Northern Hemisphere, ecosystems wake up in the spring, taking in carbon dioxide and exhaling oxygen as they sprout leaves — and a fleet of Earth-observing satellites tracks the spread of the newly green vegetation. Meanwhile, in the oceans, microscopic plants drift through the sunlit surface waters and bloom into billions of carbon dioxide-absorbing organisms — and light-detecting instruments on satellites map the swirls of their color. The space-based view of life allows scientists to monitor crop, forest and fisheries health around the globe. Observations from space help determine agricultural production globally, and are used in famine early warning detection. But the space agency's scientists have also discovered long-term changes across continents and ocean basins. As NASA begins its third decade of global ocean and land measurements, these discoveries point to important questions about how ecosystems will respond to a changing climate and broad-scale changes in human interaction with the land. The climate is warming fastest in Arctic regions, and the impacts on land are visible from space as well. The tundra of Western Alaska, Quebec and elsewhere is turning greener as shrubs extend their reach northwards. And as concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere continue to rise and warm the climate, NASA's global understanding of plant life will play a critical role in monitoring carbon as it moves through the Earth system. Expanding these observations to the rest of the globe, the scientists could track the impact on plants of rainy and dry seasons in Africa, see the springtime blooms in North America, and the after-effects of wildfires in forests worldwide. The grasslands of Senegal, for example, undergo drastic seasonal changes. Grasses and shrubs flourish during the rainy season from June to November, then dry up when the rain stops. With early weather satellite data in the 1970s and '80s, NASA Goddard scientist Compton Tucker was able to see that greening and die-back from space, measuring the chlorophyll in the plants below. He developed a way of comparing satellite data from two wavelengths, which gives a quantitative measurement of this greenness called the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. But land is only part of the story. At the base of the ocean’s food web are phytoplankton — tiny organisms that, like land plants, turn water and carbon dioxide into sugar and oxygen, aided by the right combination of nutrients and sunlight. Recent studies of ocean life have shown that a long-term trend of rising sea surface temperatures is causing ocean regions known as “biological deserts” to expand. These regions of low phytoplankton growth occur in the center of large, slow-moving currents called gyres. The next step for NASA scientists is actually looking at the process of photosynthesis from space. When plants undergo that chemical process, some of the absorbed energy fluoresces faintly back, notes Joanna Joiner, a NASA Goddard research scientist. With satellites that detect signals in the very specific wavelengths of this fluorescence, and a fine-tuned analysis technique that blocks out background signals, Joiner and her colleagues can see where and when plants start converting sunlight into sugars. Earth is still the only planet we know of with life - the one thing that, so far, makes Earth unique among the thousands of other planets we've discovered. With that in mind, our habitable home world seems evermore fragile and beautiful when considering the vastness of unlivable space. Credits: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/12777 Music: Vitaco & G-Love - World Hold On Visit: https://www.facebook.com/SpaceAndIntelligence
Rising World - Tutorial/Let's Play - Episode 17 - Grinding Station & Big Furnace!!
 
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Welcome to "Episode 17" of my "Rising World" "Tutorial/Let's Play" series. In this episode, I build a "Big Furnace" and a "Grinding Station". I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I enjoyed making it for you. :o)
Views: 628 Gamester4life
Flat Earth vs Globe Earth 0-25 miles  (Jipsingboertange, Netherlands)
 
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Flat Earth vs Globe Earth 0-25 miles (0-40 km) (0-132,000 ft) See new version that goes to 154 miles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig9YOyei_hc
Views: 9463 Steve Torrence
How Much Has The Earths Temperature Risen In The Last 100 Years?
 
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Temperatures in a given year or decade might rise 5 degrees one region and drop earth has experienced climate change the past without help from humanity. In turn, the ocean has also risen by about 15 centimeters (6 inches) over past 100 years two thirds of warming occurred since 1975. Climate scientists told to 'cover up' the fact that earth's co2 vs temperature last 100 years. Averaged over all land and ocean surfaces, temperatures warmed roughly 1. But the global temperature mainly depends on how much energy planet receives in past, a one to two degree drop was all it took plunge earth into little ice age. This fact is intuitive to many people because they understand that 26 sep 2006 the energy output from sun has increased significantly during 20th studies have attempted determine whether there an was indeed increase in solar activity over last 100 years or so,' usoskin told space. 21 oct 2014 temperature change over the last 100 years. Is it getting too hot ucar how much has the global temperatre risen in last 100 years? . How much has global temperature risen in the last 100 years? . This means what ever man has done for the last 100 years, and even if it 30 aug 2016 this year already seen scorching heat around world, with average temperature rise clocked up over past century is 10 times faster than historical coming according to nasa. World of change global temperatures feature articles. Watts the earth has been hotter than average for 30 years sun's activity increased in past century, study confirms space. Ucar nasa the ups and downs of global warming. 21 aug 2013 dismissing the recent 17 years or so of flat global temperatures, the ipcc will assert impacts much less the marginal contributions of various human influences. Global climate change nasroom of the future. How much has global temperature risen in the last 100 years? A url? Q theworldcounts stories change over years&sa u&ved 0ahukewietkfe7f3vahvgmi8khbircskqfggymae&usg afqjcngo_9tendp95huxov8ih8c9luvwva"temperature years world counts carbon dioxide levels are higher than they would naturally be if we this refers to retention of sun's warmth earth's lower atmosphere by greenhouse gases. Climatic warming is occurring much more rapidly than past events 25 sep 2014 climate broader scale; We are looking at long term statistical patterns with temperature rise sharply accelerating over the last 150 years. The map at the right displays temperature trends across united states over last 100 years 8 nov 2013 why did earth's surface stop rising in past decade? And most recent two of global temperatures added to sea that has also likely stalled rise 13 jun 2012 our state by analysis warming shows how much or little a given warmed year period, said accomodate all those people there be temperature!. Edu climate faq how much has global temperature risen last 100 years 23 sep 2009 figure 1 the world's surface air change ('anomaly'), planet been cooling since a peak in 1998. 53 in the northern h
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Rising Temperatures Continue To Threaten The Future
 
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Since the early 1900s, average temperatures have continued to rise in every US state, causing extreme summers, longer wildfire and allergy seasons, declines in livestock and crop production, and the spread of tropical diseases. NASA scientists, among many other researchers, say that Earth is warming at a pace unprecedented in 1,000 years. The past three years were the hottest on record, and in 2017, temperatures have already reached their highest levels in history in several places on earth. By the 2050s, New York City could see up to seven heat waves per year, with maximum temperatures reaching beyond 90 degrees Fahrenheit for about 60 days. http://www.businessinsider.com/rising-temperatures-every-state-us-2017-7 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
Views: 59 Wochit News
Living Shorelines and Sea Level Rise on New Jersey's Delaware Bayshore
 
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Learn about living shorelines as a technique to help farming and fishing communities in the Delaware Bayshore keep pace with sea level rise. Visit http://climatechange.rutgers.edu/
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ARK Quetzl Shot
 
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Welcome to the Darktide Cluster! Currently, there are four maps: Ragnarok, Scorched Earth, The Center, & The Island. Ragnarok and Scorched Earth's wild dino max lvl is 600. The Center & The Island wild dino max lvl is 300. Player max lvl is 140 except for on Ragnarok. It is 170 there. Collection of mods on the Ragnarok server: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=950754204 Collection of mods for the rest of the cluster: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=684288603 ARK: SURVIVAL EVOLVED As a man or woman stranded, naked, freezing, and starving on the unforgiving shores of a mysterious island called ARK, use your skill and cunning to kill or tame and ride the plethora of leviathan dinosaurs and other primeval creatures roaming the land. Hunt, harvest resources, craft items, grow crops, research technologies, and build shelters to withstand the elements and store valuables, all while teaming up with (or preying upon) hundreds of other players to survive, dominate... and escape! ~This Video: https://youtu.be/pxggcRqJG6U ~This Playlist: https://goo.gl/URUqTJ ~On Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/346... ~Official Website: http://playark.com/ ~Wiki: http://ark.gamepedia.com/ARK_Survival... BE A PART TO THIS! ~Subscribe - http://goo.gl/twm5zO ~I'm on Patreon - https://goo.gl/EAz8Dh ~Slam the like button & comment below! ~Send me mail! CONNECT WITH ME!: ~Patreon: http://patreon.com/j0hnbane ~Website: http://j0hnbane.com ~Channel: https://youtube.com/j0hnbane ~Twitter: https://twitter.com/j0hnbane ~Facebook: https://facebook.com/j0hnbane ~Google+: https://google.com/+j0hnbane MORE ABOUT ARK: SURVIVAL EVOLVED The following features are in the game on its Day-1 Early Access release. We have many more aspects and refinements planned for the long-term development roadmap, and here's what you get to experience right now in ARK: Dinosaurs, Creatures, & Breeding! -- over 70+ currently at Early Access and 100+ planned for final release -- can be tamed using a challenging capture-&-affinity process, involving weakening a feral creature to knock it unconscious, and then nursing it back to health with appropriate food. Once tamed, you can issue commands to your Pet, which it may follow depending on how well you’ve tamed and trained it. Pets, which can continue to level-up and consume food, can also carry Inventory and Equipment such as Armor, carry prey back to your settlement depending on their strength, and larger pets can be ridden and directly controlled! Fly a Pterodactyl over the snow-capped mountains, lift allies over enemy walls, race through the jungle with a pack of Raptors, tromp through an enemy base along a gigantic brontosaurus, or chase down prey on the back of a raging T-Rex! Take part in a dynamic ecosystem life-cycle with its own predator & prey hierarchies, where you are just one creature among many species struggling for dominance and survival. Pets can also be mated with the opposite gender, to selectively breed successive generations using a trait system based on recombinant genetic inheritance. This process includes both egg-based incubation and mammalian gestation lifecycles! Or put more simply, breed & raise Dino Babies! You must eat and drink to survive, with different kinds of plants & meat having different nutritional properties, including human meat. Ensuring a supply of fresh water to your home and inventory is a pressing concern. All physical actions come at a cost of food and water, long-distance travel is fraught with subsistence peril! Inventory weight makes you move slower, and the day/night cycle along with randomized weather patterns add another layer of challenge by altering the temperature of the environment, causing you to hunger or thirst more quickly. Build a fire or shelter, and craft a large variety of customizable clothing & armors, to help protect yourself against locational damage & extreme temperatures using the dynamic indoor/outdoor insulation calculation system! By chopping down forests full of trees and mining metal and other precious resources, you can craft the parts to build massive multi-leveled structures composed of complex snap-linked parts, including ramps, beams, pillars, windows, doors, gates, remote gates, trapdoors, water pipes, faucets, generators, wires and all manner of electrical devices, and ladders among many other types. Structures have a load system to fall apart if enough support has been destroyed, so reinforcing your buildings is important. All structures and items can be painted to customize the look of your home, as well as placing dynamically per-pixel paintable signs, textual billboards, and other decorative objects. Shelter reduces the extremes of weather and provides security for yourself and your stash! Weapons, clothing & armor gear can also be painted to express your own visual style.
Views: 329 j0hnbane
HIDDEN BASE LOCATIONS! NEW ABERRATION MAP   - Top 5 Hidden PvP Bases | ARK: Survival Evolved
 
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Follow me on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/sixshadows Join my Discord: https://discord.gg/2tuFFMe Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/6shadows Twitter: https://twitter.com/sixshadows Yo what's going on guys, welcome back to the channel, welcome back to another hidden base locations video! this time we will be covering the brand new aberration map!, tune in to see the top 5 hidden locations to build a PvP Base! ============================================= About Ark: Survival Evolved: As a man or woman stranded naked, freezing and starving on the shores of a mysterious island called ARK, you must hunt, harvest resources, craft items, grow crops, research technologies, and build shelters to withstand the elements. Use your cunning and resources to kill or tame & breed the leviathan dinosaurs and other primeval creatures roaming the land, and team up with or prey on hundreds of other players to survive, dominate... and escape! The following features are in the game on its Day-1 Early Access release. We have many more aspects and refinements planned for the long-term development roadmap, and here's what you get to experience right now in ARK: Dinosaurs, Creatures, & Breeding! -- over 70+ currently at Early Access and 100+ planned for final release -- can be tamed using a challenging capture-&-affinity process, involving weakening a feral creature to knock it unconscious, and then nursing it back to health with appropriate food. Once tamed, you can issue commands to your Pet, which it may follow depending on how well you’ve tamed and trained it. Pets, which can continue to level-up and consume food, can also carry Inventory and Equipment such as Armor, carry prey back to your settlement depending on their strength, and larger pets can be ridden and directly controlled! Fly a Pterodactyl over the snow-capped mountains, lift allies over enemy walls, race through the jungle with a pack of Raptors, tromp through an enemy base along a gigantic brontosaurus, or chase down prey on the back of a raging T-Rex! Take part in a dynamic ecosystem life-cycle with its own predator & prey hierarchies, where you are just one creature among many species struggling for dominance and survival. Pets can also be mated with the opposite gender, to selectively breed successive generations using a trait system based on recombinant genetic inheritance. This process includes both egg-based incubation and mammalian gestation lifecycles! Or put more simply, breed & raise Dino Babies! Steam Link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/346110/
Views: 90268 SixShadows