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Disrupted Culture: Global Warming affecting our Heritage

The National Trusts Organisation and the International Polar Foundation presented on Culture on the Move: Sea Level Rise, Cultural Heritage and Climate Mobility, at the UN COP 22, Marrakech – When communities are displaced by climate change, we discover the many ways in which cultural heritage intersects with climate mobility. ...

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Avoiding Irreversible Ocean and Polar Thresholds ~ Oceans (Part 1)

In a panel discussion on Avoiding Irreversible Ocean and Polar Thresholds globally, Dr Carol Turley introduces specialist speakers on the subjects of Oceans, Polar Ice, Sea Rise and Oceanic solutions at COP 22, Marrakech. Mr Philip Duffy (Physicist) and President and Executive Director at Woods Hole Research Centre gives and ...

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Survival of Ocean Life ~ The Human Impact Factor!

Mother Channel interviews Ms Natalya Gallo, a PhD student at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and fellow of Centre for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation and Mr Dimitri Kalitschenko of Québec-Océan who speak about the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) Water/Air Report and the survival of Ocean life. Natalya expanded on ...

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Cop 22 Importance of Facilitative Dialogue in 2018

This video from the Cop 22 in Marrakech 2016 where we hear a Japanese speaker telling us about the importance of facilitative dialogue in order for us to discuss important issues. The facilitative dialogue is where bodies are supposed to take stock of the collective progress towards their long term ...

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NASA Hydrology Satellite observations of terrestrial water cycle

Monitoring of the world’s water resources is challenging due to limited large scale observations, particularly a lack of observations of water beneath the land surface. NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) mission provides an unprecedented view of the regional net terrestrial water balance, with global coverage, over a now ...

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