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Welcome to Top10Archive! In this video, we are going to take a quick look at 10 interesting facts coming to us all the way from Greenland. From having the 2nd largest ice sheet, to the largest national park, Greenland is another one of those beautiful countries that you must see to believe. Support us by shopping on Amazon! http://tinyurl.com/njwyzzn Check out our website: http://www.top10archive.net Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/top10archives Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/top10archives 10. Greenlandic History 9. Vacationing in Greenland 8. Things to Do And Watch 7. Greenland Sharks 6. Greenland’s Actual Size – A Historical Misconception? 5. Greenlandic Cuisine 4. The Vikings 3. Famous Greenlanders 2. World’s Largest National Park 1. Greenlandic Inventions ...
www.siouxfallstower.com www.prairieaerial.com Sioux Falls Tower was hired to inspect and repair some towers at Summit Station and Raven Camp on the ice sheet of Greenland. This is the story of the two lucky towerhands that got to make the journey. That is if you call sleeping in a tent at -30 F for a few days lucky.
A foundational introduction about why travelers dream of Greenland, what to do in Greenland, how to get there, what to pack, FAQs Host: Sarah Woodall Produced by: Visit Greenland This clip is licensed under Visit Greenland A/S’ ”Media.GL License Agreement” which can be downloaded here: db.tt/w0vnXGZ1 Please refer to the license agreement for more info about the rights of use associated with this clip. When downloading this clip you enter into an agreement with Visit Greenland A/S about the use of the clip under this license. Visit Greenland A/S grants the licensee the right to use the clip for non-commercial experience economy related promotion of Greenland. Proper, visible credit must be given with each use of the clip in this license. This is done by stating the name of the film maker ...
“Usually if it's been done, I'm not too interested in it.” That’s according to National Geographic grantee Eddie Kisfaludy, a marine biologist, pilot, and extreme data collector. And that’s how he found himself flying a tiny helicopter 8,000 miles over some of the most remote regions on Earth, including Greenland’s most epic landscapes. With his company SciFly, Eddie gathers data from some of the most intense and remote environments on the planet. He gives that data to people who need it, like the scientists and government agencies making decisions that impact our planet. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Watch all clips of Expedition Raw here: http://bit.ly/WatchmoreExpeditionRaw ➡ Get More Expedition Raw on Youtube: http://bit.ly/NGExpeditionRaw About Expedition Raw: Surpri...
Vanuatu Oil rigs Oil from the ground or is it fromcrops thses are big questions lets look UPDATE silly mei needed a exit prefix on number just talked to the hotel in greenland so looking like it might exist at least in some form the guy said hes in greenland and sounded genuine can others ring greenland too
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Konrad Steffen director of the Swiss Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, gave this talk at the event Artico. Ultima Frontiera Summit On Climate Change, Venice (Italy), March 6, 2017, hosted by the University Ca' Foscari. Event info page https://www.unive.it/pag/14024/?tx_news_pi1%5Bnews%5D=2586&tx_news_pi1%5Bcontroller%5D=News&tx_news_pi1%5Baction%5D=detail&cHash=120539712ba6b06aa1dab94426b5b261 Konrad Steffen's homepage at Colorado University http://cires.colorado.edu/emeritus/konrad-steffen Teaser image mockup, via latest NASA Grace visualization https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AT7Oj-r9Hko
The story of the Greenland Expedition Society resulted in the discovery and recovery of a World War II P-38 fighter that had been buried 265 feet below the Greenland ice cap for 50 years. Three Georgia adventurers and aviators will be guest speakers at the Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing on Aug. 20 to discuss their remarkable feat over 11 years, beginning in 1981. Georgia aviation legend Pat Epps set forth in 1981 on his first adventure to the Greenland ice cap in search of the Lost Squadron – two WWII Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bombers and six Lockheed P-38 Lightnings. The squadron, running low on fuel, had been forced to land on the Greenland ice cap July 15, 1942, after hours of flying in bad weather.
Climate change is leading to an accelerated destruction of archaeological sites in the Arctic. The research project REMAINS of Greenland will improve the understanding of processes controlling the preservation of archaeological sites in Greenland and provide research based tools that can be used for locating and managing sites at risk. www.remains.eu