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Scientists discover sea temperatures rising faster than previously thought | ITV News
 
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Scientists have discovered that sea temperatures are rising much faster than previously thought. Ocean heat is a key indicator of global warming and a new system for measuring heat has revealed that the old system was out by about 40%. Scientists behind the study predict that by the end of the century, sea temperature will rise by 0.78 degrees Celsius. Despite it sounding like a small difference - it can have a devastating effect. It is believed hurricanes, storms and flooding would occur with more frequency. Full story: https://www.itv.com/news/2019-01-11/scientists-discover-sea-temperatures-rising-faster-than-previously-thought-fuelling-fears-of-extreme-weather/ • Subscribe to ITV News on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2lOHmNj • Get breaking news and more stories at http://www.itv.com/news Follow ITV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itvnews/ Follow ITV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itvnews Follow ITV News on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itvnews/
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What Is The Average Temperature In Italy?
 
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Average temperatures in italy northern italy, the po venetian plain has a moderately continental climate. Yr weather statistics for lucca, tuscany (italy). F) rome, lazio, italy monthly weather averages including average high and low temperature, precipitation, pressure, wind charts to assist you in planning your temperatures (last 30 years). Created with highcharts 5. F) north of river po, like in milan or venice, and south po can reach 24 25 c (75. Months, from june 16 to september 11, with an average daily high temperature above 81f. Rome april weather 2017 accuweather forecast for lazio italy. Weather and temperature averages for rome, italy holiday weather. Tuscany climate average temperatures in tuscany & best times to weather and italy, monthly rainfall, sunshine annual italy travel guide. Using weatherbase's weather averages and normals. Average weather in rome, italy, year round spark. Temperature averages for rome, italy holiday weather. Italy sea temperatures water. The hottest day of the year is august 5, coastal sea temperatures around italy ocean temperature and marine climate data provided daily by national oceanic atmospheric administration weather statistics for lucca, tuscany (italy). The average temperature in january, the coldest month, is close to freezing (0 c there are two very common questions, planning a trip italy. Average weather in florence, italy average temperatures climate of wikipediamonthly high and low cinque terre eu. High, 68, 76, 79, 83, 94, 95, 86 get rome, italy typical may weather including average and record temperatures from accuweather april. Average temperatures in italy (january). The table shows the average temperature and amount of rain that you can expect hot season lasts for 2. Temperature averages for rome, italy holiday weather weather and temperature rome url? Q webcache. Average temperatures in italy (february). Average monthly rainfall, sunshine, temperatures, humidity, wind speed list of average annual temperatures for places in italy, including yearly high and low degrees celsius fahrenheit here is some information about the temperature italy a few cities, with charts listing both an idea what weather florence like year round, general indications best months to visit july are 22 24 c (71. Climate in italy temperature, precipitation, when to go, what pack. Add to my places average temperature per month tabular view for and precipitation monthly rainfall italy from 1901 2015. 14 temperature (c) rainfall (mm) temperature rainfall jan city, jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec. Googleusercontent searchjuly is the hottest month in rome with an average temperature of 26c (78f) and coldest january at 8c (46f) most daily sunshine hours 11 july plan your travel to italy. Country historical climate italy change knowledge portalgate 1 travel more of the world rome may weather 2017 accuweather forecast for lazio. Amalfi, low, 36, 41, 45, 56, 59, 68, 70, 61, 50, 47. 2, 67 average
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Temperatures in Italy exceed 40 degrees Celsius
 
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Several European countries have been hit by a scorching heatwave, with Italy facing record high temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Celsius in some parts of the country. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Sweltering temperatures in Italy, Hungary and Greece
 
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(12 Jul 2011) Budapest, Hungary 1. Wide of children playing in fountain 2. Wide of children playing in the fountain, while two women in foreground watch 3. Close of a dog swimming in fountain. 4. People watching musical fountain 5. People standing underneath water sprayers 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Luiz Hargreaves, Brazilian tourist: "This is my first time in Hungary. I was in England couple of days ago, and the English summer is not particularly warm most of the time, it's bit rainy and everything. I was really happy when I checked the weather for Budapest, and it said its from 20 to 35 degrees." 7. Close up of a girl spraying her skin with water 8. Medium of a man with inflatable ball unbathing on the bank of the River Danube Rome, Italy 9. Wide Trevi fountain 10. Medium tourists putting their hands in the water in the fountain 11. Wide of tourist putting sun protection on his girlfriend's face 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mary Cornaldo, American tourist: "This is the second time I've been to Rome in July, and I would not do it again. I only came because my granddaughters can only come in July. But I love Rome in September, October, November." 13. Medium baby drinking water 14. Medium of Trevi fountain 15. Wide of Trevi fountain Spata, near Athens, Greece 16. Medium of dolphins swimming under water 17. Close-up dolphin in and out of water 18. Dolphin jumping out of water in front of sign reading: (Greek) "Attika Park - Dolphinarium" 19. Various of Attika Park founder Jean-Jacques Lesueur playing with dolphins 20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jean-Jacques Lesueur, Attika Park founder: "Well fortunately most of the animals we have here come from hot countries, like Africa or Asia or Central America. So they are not in too extreme conditions for them, but of course we try to provide them as much as possible with shaded areas or water spots and they fare pretty well." 21. Close-up of baby puma in shade under tree 22. Baby pumas playing with tree branches in shade 23. Close-up of lionesses in shade 24. Wide of lion walking 25. Close-up of lion muzzle 26. Medium of animals in shade 27. Close-up of white oryx in shade 28. Close-up of hippo in mud bath 29. Wide of hippos in mud bath 30. Wide of flamingos 31. Close-up from flamingo legs in water; tilts up to show flamingo 32. Wide of duck pond STORYLINE: Parts of Europe continued to swelter in a heat wave on Tuesday, with Eastern Europe in particular experiencing unusually high temperatures for this time of the year. In the Hungarian capital, Budapest, tourists and locals alike took to the city's fountains in an attempt to keep cool in temperatures of over 30 Degrees Celsius (86 Degrees Fahrenheit). According to a recent forecast, cooler weather is expected this coming weekend. But until then authorities are warning people to stay out of direct sunlight in the middle of the day. In Rome, tourists dipped their hands in the waters of the world famous Trevi Fountain, looking for relief from a heat wave that has hit the capital and most of the country, caused by a 'heat bubble' coming from Africa, according to experts. American tourist, Mary Cornaldo, says it's the last time she visits the city in July. "This is the second time I've been to Rome in July, and I would never do it again. I only came because my granddaughters can only come in July. But I love Rome in September, October, November." According to forecasts temperatures will be higher than the seasonal average this week, reaching 37 Degrees Celsius (99 Degrees Fahrenheit) and even 40 Degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in cities like Messina, Pescara and Perugia. Six cities have been classified "at risk" by the Italian Civil Protection. But shade and a mud bath were essential for some. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dbe4fd91b8d27c7d9b290b668bc25ade Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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How Will Earth Change If All the Ice Melts?
 
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Open Sea Swimming Competitions. Albenga, Italy. May 18-19, 2019
 
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18 и 19 мая прошли не конкурентные соревнования «Dritti all'Isola» по плаванию в открытом море в итальянском городе Альбенга. Около 500 человек плыли до острова Галлинара и обратно. Было несколько заплывов на два, три с половиной и 5 км. Это побережье Лигурии в провинции Савона. Погодные условия в этом году очень плохие ... дождь, ветер и температура 14 градусов. Победителем оказался Samuel Pizzetti , который проплыл 5 км за 58 минут. Среди прочих призов чемпиону вручили спасательный браслет Хелпер. www.helper100.com www.helperdevice.com
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The World After Sea-Level Rise
 
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A flyover animation of cities underwater after the climate warms four degrees and the oceans rise. Global warming: effects of 2º vs 4º. President Donald Trump's policies may lock us into 4º of warming. FB for daily news: http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ Clips courtesy of Climate Central: http://www.climatecentral.org/ Video edited by Robin West Produced by Bryce Plank
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Animation of water temperature in Lago Mezzola, Italy, over two seasons.
 
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This animation was created using my own software, dataanimator with data collected at several transects in Lake Mezzola, northern Italy. Data were collected at many sites and many depths. The two animations, top view and side view were combined using Autodesk Animator.
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Low temperature in Italy could reach up to -10º C
 
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Temperatures continue to decline during this winter season in Europe, in the central and northern region of Italy, the snow causes delays and cancellations in several transportations, the weather service said temperatures could reach up to -10ºC. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/en/2/2/2012/68348/ola-de-frio-podria-llegar-hasta-10c-en-italia/
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Average temperature in Italy in October
 
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In the south in Calabria the temperature is higher then the Italian average one. obiettivocasaroseto.com is the best real estate web site to look for houses on the sea side.
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Sea surface temperature at Halkidiki Greece
 
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science & software: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2013.08.011 data: NASA Giovanni soundtrack: Дидюля - "Цветные сны"
Climate change impacts in Europe
 
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The observed changes in climate are already having wide-ranging impacts on ecosystems, the economy and on human health and well-being in Europe. New records continue to be set on global and European temperatures, sea levels and reduced sea ice in the Arctic. Precipitation patterns are changing, generally making wet regions in Europe wetter and dry regions drier. Glacier volume and snow cover are decreasing. At the same time, climate-related extremes such as heat waves, heavy precipitation and droughts, are increasing in frequency and intensity in many regions. Improved climate projections provide further evidence that climate-related extremes will increase in many European regions.
Genoa, Liguria, Italy, Europe
 
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Genoa is the capital of Liguria and the sixth largest city in Italy with a population of 594,904 within its administrative limits on a land area of 243.6 km2 (94 sq mi). The urban zone of Genoa extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of 718,896. The urban area of Genoa has a population of 800,709. Over 1.5 million people live in the metropolitan area. Genoa is one of Europe's largest cities on the Mediterranean Sea and the largest seaport in Italy. Genoa has been nicknamed la Superba ("the Proud one") due to its glorious past and impressive landmarks. Part of the old town of Genoa was inscribed on the World Heritage List (UNESCO) in 2006 (see below). The city's rich art, music, gastronomy, architecture and history allowed it to become the 2004 European Capital of Culture. It is the birthplace of Christopher Columbus and Niccolo Paganini. Genoa, which forms the southern corner of the Milan-Turin-Genoa industrial triangle of north-west Italy, is one of the country’s major economic centres. The city has hosted massive shipyards and steelworks since the 19th century, and its solid financial sector dates back to the Middle Ages. The Bank of Saint George, founded in 1407, is among the oldest in the world and has played an important role in the city’s prosperity since the middle of the 15th century. Today a number of leading Italian companies are based in the city, including Selex ES, Ansaldo Energia, Ansaldo STS, Edoardo Raffinerie Garrone and Piaggio Aero. The city of Genoa covers an area of 243 square kilometres (94 sq mi) between the Ligurian Sea and the Apennine Mountains. The city stretches along the coast for about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from the neighbourhood of Voltri to Nervi, and for 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the coast to the north along the valleys Polcevera and Bisagno. The territory of Genoa can then be popularly divided into 5 main zones: the centre, the west, the east, the Polcevera and the Bisagno Valley. Genoa is adjacent to two popular Ligurian vacation spots, Camogli and Portofino. In the metropolitan area of Genoa lies Aveto Natural Regional Park. Genoa has a borderline humid subtropical (Cfa) and Mediterranean climate (Csa), since only one summer month has less than 40 millimetres (1.6 in) of rainfall, preventing it from being classified as solely humid subtropical or Mediterranean. The average yearly temperature is around 19 °C (66 °F) during the day and 13 °C (55 °F) at night. In the coldest months: December, January and February, the average temperature is 12 °C (54 °F) during the day and 6 °C (43 °F) at night. In the warmest months – July and August – the average temperature is 27.5 °C (82 °F) during the day and 21 °C (70 °F) at night. The daily temperature range is limited, with an average range of about 6 °C (11 °F) between high and low temperatures. Annually, the average 2.9 of nights recorded temperatures of ≤0 °C (32 °F) (mainly in January). The coldest temperature ever recorded was −8 °C (18 °F) on the night of February 2012; the highest temperature ever recorded during the day is 37.4 °C (99 °F) on the July 2011. Average annual number of days with temperatures of ≥30 °C (86 °F) is about 8, average four days in July and August. Average annual temperature of the sea is 17.5 °C (64 °F), from 13 °C (55 °F) in the period January–March to 25 °C (77 °F) in August. In the period from June to October, the average sea temperature exceeds 19 °C (66 °F). Genoa is also a windy city, especially during winter when northern winds often bring cool air from the Po Valley (usually accompanied by lower temperatures, high pressure and clear skies). Another typical wind blows from southeast, mostly as a consequence of atlantic disturbances and storms, bringing humid and warmer air from the sea. Snowfall is sporadic, but does occur almost every year, albeit big amounts in the city centre are rare. Annual average relative humidity is 68%, ranging from 63% in February to 73% in May. Sunshine hours total above 2,200 per year, from an average 4 hours of sunshine duration per day in winter to average 9 hours in summer. This value is an average between the northern half of Europe and North Africa. The first organized forms of higher education in Genoa date back to the 13th century when private colleges were entitled to award degrees in Medicine, Philosophy, Theology, Law, Arts. Today the University of Genoa, founded in the 15th century, is one of the largest in Italy, with 11 faculties, 51 departments and 14 libraries. In 2007–2008, the University had 41,000 students and 6,540 graduates. Several cruise and ferry lines serve the passenger terminals in the old port, with a traffic of 3.2 million passengers in 2007. MSC Cruises chose Genoa as one of its main home ports, in competition with the Genoese company Costa Cruises, which moved its home port to Savona.
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Genoa, Liguria, Italy, Europe
 
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Genoa is the capital of Liguria and the sixth largest city in Italy with a population of 594,904 within its administrative limits on a land area of 243.6 km2 (94 sq mi). The urban zone of Genoa extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of 718,896. The urban area of Genoa has a population of 800,709. Over 1.5 million people live in the metropolitan area. Genoa is one of Europe's largest cities on the Mediterranean Sea and the largest seaport in Italy. Genoa has been nicknamed la Superba ("the Proud one") due to its glorious past and impressive landmarks. Part of the old town of Genoa was inscribed on the World Heritage List (UNESCO) in 2006 (see below). The city's rich art, music, gastronomy, architecture and history allowed it to become the 2004 European Capital of Culture. It is the birthplace of Christopher Columbus and Niccolo Paganini. Genoa, which forms the southern corner of the Milan-Turin-Genoa industrial triangle of north-west Italy, is one of the country’s major economic centres. The city has hosted massive shipyards and steelworks since the 19th century, and its solid financial sector dates back to the Middle Ages. The Bank of Saint George, founded in 1407, is among the oldest in the world and has played an important role in the city’s prosperity since the middle of the 15th century. Today a number of leading Italian companies are based in the city, including Selex ES, Ansaldo Energia, Ansaldo STS, Edoardo Raffinerie Garrone and Piaggio Aero. The city of Genoa covers an area of 243 square kilometres (94 sq mi) between the Ligurian Sea and the Apennine Mountains. The city stretches along the coast for about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from the neighbourhood of Voltri to Nervi, and for 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the coast to the north along the valleys Polcevera and Bisagno. The territory of Genoa can then be popularly divided into 5 main zones: the centre, the west, the east, the Polcevera and the Bisagno Valley. Genoa is adjacent to two popular Ligurian vacation spots, Camogli and Portofino. In the metropolitan area of Genoa lies Aveto Natural Regional Park. Genoa has a borderline humid subtropical (Cfa) and Mediterranean climate (Csa), since only one summer month has less than 40 millimetres (1.6 in) of rainfall, preventing it from being classified as solely humid subtropical or Mediterranean. The average yearly temperature is around 19 °C (66 °F) during the day and 13 °C (55 °F) at night. In the coldest months: December, January and February, the average temperature is 12 °C (54 °F) during the day and 6 °C (43 °F) at night. In the warmest months – July and August – the average temperature is 27.5 °C (82 °F) during the day and 21 °C (70 °F) at night. The daily temperature range is limited, with an average range of about 6 °C (11 °F) between high and low temperatures. Annually, the average 2.9 of nights recorded temperatures of ≤0 °C (32 °F) (mainly in January). The coldest temperature ever recorded was −8 °C (18 °F) on the night of February 2012; the highest temperature ever recorded during the day is 37.4 °C (99 °F) on the July 2011. Average annual number of days with temperatures of ≥30 °C (86 °F) is about 8, average four days in July and August. Average annual temperature of the sea is 17.5 °C (64 °F), from 13 °C (55 °F) in the period January–March to 25 °C (77 °F) in August. In the period from June to October, the average sea temperature exceeds 19 °C (66 °F). Genoa is also a windy city, especially during winter when northern winds often bring cool air from the Po Valley (usually accompanied by lower temperatures, high pressure and clear skies). Another typical wind blows from southeast, mostly as a consequence of atlantic disturbances and storms, bringing humid and warmer air from the sea. Snowfall is sporadic, but does occur almost every year, albeit big amounts in the city centre are rare. Annual average relative humidity is 68%, ranging from 63% in February to 73% in May. Sunshine hours total above 2,200 per year, from an average 4 hours of sunshine duration per day in winter to average 9 hours in summer. This value is an average between the northern half of Europe and North Africa. The first organized forms of higher education in Genoa date back to the 13th century when private colleges were entitled to award degrees in Medicine, Philosophy, Theology, Law, Arts. Today the University of Genoa, founded in the 15th century, is one of the largest in Italy, with 11 faculties, 51 departments and 14 libraries. In 2007–2008, the University had 41,000 students and 6,540 graduates. Several cruise and ferry lines serve the passenger terminals in the old port, with a traffic of 3.2 million passengers in 2007. MSC Cruises chose Genoa as one of its main home ports, in competition with the Genoese company Costa Cruises, which moved its home port to Savona.
Views: 213 Pietro Pecco
Snow and freezing temperatures in Italy
 
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www.greenearthorganics.ie Abnormal weather is having a massive impact on organic veg growers in Southern Italy.
It's Official: Catastrophic Season for US / Australia Starts Importing Wheat
 
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Genoa, Liguria, Italy, Europe
 
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Genoa is the capital of Liguria and the sixth largest city in Italy with a population of 594,904 within its administrative limits on a land area of 243.6 km2 (94 sq mi). The urban zone of Genoa extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of 718,896. The urban area of Genoa has a population of 800,709. Over 1.5 million people live in the metropolitan area. Genoa is one of Europe's largest cities on the Mediterranean Sea and the largest seaport in Italy. Genoa has been nicknamed la Superba ("the Proud one") due to its glorious past and impressive landmarks. Part of the old town of Genoa was inscribed on the World Heritage List (UNESCO) in 2006 (see below). The city's rich art, music, gastronomy, architecture and history allowed it to become the 2004 European Capital of Culture. It is the birthplace of Christopher Columbus and Niccolo Paganini. Genoa, which forms the southern corner of the Milan-Turin-Genoa industrial triangle of north-west Italy, is one of the country’s major economic centres. The city has hosted massive shipyards and steelworks since the 19th century, and its solid financial sector dates back to the Middle Ages. The Bank of Saint George, founded in 1407, is among the oldest in the world and has played an important role in the city’s prosperity since the middle of the 15th century. Today a number of leading Italian companies are based in the city, including Selex ES, Ansaldo Energia, Ansaldo STS, Edoardo Raffinerie Garrone and Piaggio Aero. The city of Genoa covers an area of 243 square kilometres (94 sq mi) between the Ligurian Sea and the Apennine Mountains. The city stretches along the coast for about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from the neighbourhood of Voltri to Nervi, and for 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the coast to the north along the valleys Polcevera and Bisagno. The territory of Genoa can then be popularly divided into 5 main zones: the centre, the west, the east, the Polcevera and the Bisagno Valley. Genoa is adjacent to two popular Ligurian vacation spots, Camogli and Portofino. In the metropolitan area of Genoa lies Aveto Natural Regional Park. Genoa has a borderline humid subtropical (Cfa) and Mediterranean climate (Csa), since only one summer month has less than 40 millimetres (1.6 in) of rainfall, preventing it from being classified as solely humid subtropical or Mediterranean. The average yearly temperature is around 19 °C (66 °F) during the day and 13 °C (55 °F) at night. In the coldest months: December, January and February, the average temperature is 12 °C (54 °F) during the day and 6 °C (43 °F) at night. In the warmest months – July and August – the average temperature is 27.5 °C (82 °F) during the day and 21 °C (70 °F) at night. The daily temperature range is limited, with an average range of about 6 °C (11 °F) between high and low temperatures. Annually, the average 2.9 of nights recorded temperatures of ≤0 °C (32 °F) (mainly in January). The coldest temperature ever recorded was −8 °C (18 °F) on the night of February 2012; the highest temperature ever recorded during the day is 37.4 °C (99 °F) on the July 2011. Average annual number of days with temperatures of ≥30 °C (86 °F) is about 8, average four days in July and August. Average annual temperature of the sea is 17.5 °C (64 °F), from 13 °C (55 °F) in the period January–March to 25 °C (77 °F) in August. In the period from June to October, the average sea temperature exceeds 19 °C (66 °F). Genoa is also a windy city, especially during winter when northern winds often bring cool air from the Po Valley (usually accompanied by lower temperatures, high pressure and clear skies). Another typical wind blows from southeast, mostly as a consequence of atlantic disturbances and storms, bringing humid and warmer air from the sea. Snowfall is sporadic, but does occur almost every year, albeit big amounts in the city centre are rare. Annual average relative humidity is 68%, ranging from 63% in February to 73% in May. Sunshine hours total above 2,200 per year, from an average 4 hours of sunshine duration per day in winter to average 9 hours in summer. This value is an average between the northern half of Europe and North Africa. The first organized forms of higher education in Genoa date back to the 13th century when private colleges were entitled to award degrees in Medicine, Philosophy, Theology, Law, Arts. Today the University of Genoa, founded in the 15th century, is one of the largest in Italy, with 11 faculties, 51 departments and 14 libraries. In 2007–2008, the University had 41,000 students and 6,540 graduates. Several cruise and ferry lines serve the passenger terminals in the old port, with a traffic of 3.2 million passengers in 2007. MSC Cruises chose Genoa as one of its main home ports, in competition with the Genoese company Costa Cruises, which moved its home port to Savona.
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Genoa, Liguria, Italy, Europe
 
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Genoa is the capital of Liguria and the sixth largest city in Italy with a population of 594,904 within its administrative limits on a land area of 243.6 km2 (94 sq mi). The urban zone of Genoa extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of 718,896. The urban area of Genoa has a population of 800,709. Over 1.5 million people live in the metropolitan area. Genoa is one of Europe's largest cities on the Mediterranean Sea and the largest seaport in Italy. Genoa has been nicknamed la Superba ("the Proud one") due to its glorious past and impressive landmarks. Part of the old town of Genoa was inscribed on the World Heritage List (UNESCO) in 2006 (see below). The city's rich art, music, gastronomy, architecture and history allowed it to become the 2004 European Capital of Culture. It is the birthplace of Christopher Columbus and Niccolo Paganini. Genoa, which forms the southern corner of the Milan-Turin-Genoa industrial triangle of north-west Italy, is one of the country’s major economic centres. The city has hosted massive shipyards and steelworks since the 19th century, and its solid financial sector dates back to the Middle Ages. The Bank of Saint George, founded in 1407, is among the oldest in the world and has played an important role in the city’s prosperity since the middle of the 15th century. Today a number of leading Italian companies are based in the city, including Selex ES, Ansaldo Energia, Ansaldo STS, Edoardo Raffinerie Garrone and Piaggio Aero. The city of Genoa covers an area of 243 square kilometres (94 sq mi) between the Ligurian Sea and the Apennine Mountains. The city stretches along the coast for about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from the neighbourhood of Voltri to Nervi, and for 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the coast to the north along the valleys Polcevera and Bisagno. The territory of Genoa can then be popularly divided into 5 main zones: the centre, the west, the east, the Polcevera and the Bisagno Valley. Genoa is adjacent to two popular Ligurian vacation spots, Camogli and Portofino. In the metropolitan area of Genoa lies Aveto Natural Regional Park. Genoa has a borderline humid subtropical (Cfa) and Mediterranean climate (Csa), since only one summer month has less than 40 millimetres (1.6 in) of rainfall, preventing it from being classified as solely humid subtropical or Mediterranean. The average yearly temperature is around 19 °C (66 °F) during the day and 13 °C (55 °F) at night. In the coldest months: December, January and February, the average temperature is 12 °C (54 °F) during the day and 6 °C (43 °F) at night. In the warmest months – July and August – the average temperature is 27.5 °C (82 °F) during the day and 21 °C (70 °F) at night. The daily temperature range is limited, with an average range of about 6 °C (11 °F) between high and low temperatures. Annually, the average 2.9 of nights recorded temperatures of ≤0 °C (32 °F) (mainly in January). The coldest temperature ever recorded was −8 °C (18 °F) on the night of February 2012; the highest temperature ever recorded during the day is 37.4 °C (99 °F) on the July 2011. Average annual number of days with temperatures of ≥30 °C (86 °F) is about 8, average four days in July and August. Average annual temperature of the sea is 17.5 °C (64 °F), from 13 °C (55 °F) in the period January–March to 25 °C (77 °F) in August. In the period from June to October, the average sea temperature exceeds 19 °C (66 °F). Genoa is also a windy city, especially during winter when northern winds often bring cool air from the Po Valley (usually accompanied by lower temperatures, high pressure and clear skies). Another typical wind blows from southeast, mostly as a consequence of atlantic disturbances and storms, bringing humid and warmer air from the sea. Snowfall is sporadic, but does occur almost every year, albeit big amounts in the city centre are rare. Annual average relative humidity is 68%, ranging from 63% in February to 73% in May. Sunshine hours total above 2,200 per year, from an average 4 hours of sunshine duration per day in winter to average 9 hours in summer. This value is an average between the northern half of Europe and North Africa. The first organized forms of higher education in Genoa date back to the 13th century when private colleges were entitled to award degrees in Medicine, Philosophy, Theology, Law, Arts. Today the University of Genoa, founded in the 15th century, is one of the largest in Italy, with 11 faculties, 51 departments and 14 libraries. In 2007–2008, the University had 41,000 students and 6,540 graduates. Several cruise and ferry lines serve the passenger terminals in the old port, with a traffic of 3.2 million passengers in 2007. MSC Cruises chose Genoa as one of its main home ports, in competition with the Genoese company Costa Cruises, which moved its home port to Savona.
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Agadez: Where desert journey from Africa to Europe begins - BBC News
 
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More than 13,000 people have made the dangerous journey from North Africa to Italy across the Mediterranean this year. Thousands have drowned doing so. Before they even get to the boats in Libya, many will have travelled for up to 6 days in the Sahara, in extreme temperatures. The starting point in the desert trek is Agadez, in Niger. The BBC's Thomas Fessy has just been there. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
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Sea Surface Temperatures Atlantic on june 7 2010
 
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east coast water Temperatures going up fast the last 10 days. on june 7 2010
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Amazing Scientific Discoveries Found Trapped in Ice
 
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Over time, scientists have found plenty of things in ice, frozen in time. Some of the things that were found were truly baffling. Here are 42 amazing scientific discoveries found trapped in ice. This lighthouse in Michigan froze due to the frigid temperatures. Seeing the staircase frozen in ice is incredible. If there were anyone in the area that day, they would have perished in such frigid temperatures. Mammoth brains were found in the permafrost of the Laptev Sea coast. They are believed to be over 39,000 years old. Researchers estimate that the brains were of a young mammoth, between six to nine years old. The temperatures were so cold that this fox froze right where he stood. He was found by a hunter in a German lake. It is expected to be displayed as an arctic appendage in a German hotel. Some alligators can survive in frigid and icy waters. This alligator was photographed during its frozen state during temporary hibernation. In 1952, a military plane heading to Anchorage, Alaska crashed into a glacier. The crash killed 41 passengers and 11 crew members. The area was too dangerous for rescue workers to retrieve the wreckage. It took 50 years before they were able to search for the wreckage. When the water freezes, it does so quickly. This fish was eating another fish when the waters froze. He never even got to finish his meal. The nodosaur lived 110 million years ago. This dinosaur grew spikes of armor for protection. It was caught in the ice and was very well preserved when it was discovered. Many birds dive into the water quickly looking for food. These birds didn't know how cold the water was, and they dove into the water too deep and froze instantly. Scientists discovered this ice-age puppy that is believed to be 12,460-years-old. It was found deep in the Siberian tundra. They couldn't believe how well-preserved the animal was. A copperhead arrow was found in the ice. It looked like a modern-day fishing hook. Its discovery gave researchers more insight into the technology used many years ago. Traces of Vikings were found in Juvfonna, Norway. Frozen in ice were sticks, bows, arrows, and pieces of leather shoes. They also found reindeer traps. It is believed that these items are around 3,400-years-old. This mysterious river in Antarctica looks like a frozen, blood-red stream. It is actually iron-rich water. It is the same element that makes Mars red. Glaciers tend to freeze up everything in their paths. This was once a forest, but when it froze over, it became frozen in time. The Incas often offered up human sacrifices at the highest peak of the Andes Mountains. In 1954, the frozen body of a sacrifice named Juanita was found. The Incas also paid homage to the Sun God Inti. A human sacrifice was found that was so intact that scientists were able to determine his blood type, his age, and his status in society. The temperatures are so cold in the Arctic that even bacteria can freeze immediately. When found, they are incredibly well preserved. During World War I, many battles were fought in the Andes. Those who weren't shot and killed froze to death. Their bodies were preserved in blocks of ice. Scientists found the body of a 300-year-old man who was believed to be an ancestor to the First Nations people. They think he lost his life when he fell into a glacier. A woolly mammoth was found frozen in a block of ice in Siberia. It is believed to be 39,000 years old. Scientists say that it is the most finely preserved specimen ever found. Its blood and muscle tissue were still intact. In Yellowstone, scientists didn't find any signs of humans, but they did find a 10,300-year-old spear that was frozen in time. Otzi Man is one of the most famous humans ever to be found in the snow. He is 5,300 years old and was found in the Alps between Austria and Italy. He was so well preserved that scientists could tell that he suffered from gum disease, gallstones, worn joints, hardened arteries, Lyme disease, and parasitic worms. He had a spear in his shoulder, which was what killed him. The frozen body of a 10,000-year-old Woolly rhino was found in the coldest regions of northern Russia. It was exceptionally well-preserved, and it still had fur on its body. These tigers died out 10,000 years ago. It is believed that they died out due to global heating and human hunting. Scientists recovered one off the coast of the UK that weighed 881-pounds. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Facts Verse: http://bit.ly/FactsVerse ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/factsverse/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/factsverse/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/factsverse6030/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.factsverse.com
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What Would Happen If We Drained the Mediterranean Sea?
 
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Earthrise - Ancient Canals; Future Farms; Cryocoral Conservation
 
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Peru's Ancient Stone Canals Peru's capital Lima is the second-largest desert city in the world. Although the region enjoys a surplus of water during the rainy season, keeping it is a problem. The excess often ends up back in the ocean, leaving Lima's nine million residents without a regular water supply during the dry winter months. But a network of stone canals dating back to the seventh century could be a solution to the city's water crisis. Situated in the highlands of the Peruvian Andes, these canals were an effective method of storing water during the rainy season. As the bottom of the canals are porous, the water filters directly into the ground and runs into springs and natural reservoirs further down the mountain, maintaining river flow during the dry season. Having fallen into disrepair, they are now being restored with the support of local NGOs. Juliana Schatz travels to Peru to speak to those living with severe water shortages and visits the Andean community of Huamantanga to see how restoring the ancient canals could help supply running water for millions of people living today. Japan's Future Farms By 2050, the world will need to feed an additional 2.5 billion people living in cities. Yet as the demand for food rises, the amount of land available for agriculture in developed countries is expected to decline. In Japan, at the Fujitsu factory of Aizu-Wakamatsu which still manufactures semiconductor chips for computers, a different project is underway which may offer a solution to this problem. The company has converted an unused part of the factory into a farm to grow food - and more specifically, to grow lettuce. Fujitsu has focused on growing a low-potassium variety, which is sold to people with kidney problems who cannot process the mineral properly. Join Rachel Mealey in Japan's Fukushima Prefecture to visit the sun-free and soil-free urban farms of the future. Cryocoral Conservation Coral reefs are the most biologically diverse marine habitats in the world. As well as providing vital protection against storm damage and coastal erosion, millions of people rely on reefs for food. Yet years of unsustainable fishing practices, pollution and rising sea temperatures means that up to one-fifth of all coral reefs around the world have already been destroyed. So the battle is on to safeguard their future. Dr Mary Hagedorn of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute has been on a global mission to create a seed bank to protect the world's highly-threatened coral biodiversity. Using technology and techniques similar to those used in human sperm banks, Hagedorn and her colleagues were the first on the planet to cryogenically freeze the sperm and stem cells of coral. Russell Beard travels to Oahu, Hawaii, to join Dr Hagedorn's team on a spawn gathering trip to gather and freeze endangered coral sperm and cells for future use.
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The evaporating Mediterranean Sea | BBC
 
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Six million years ago the continents of Africa and Europe collided to close the Strait of Gibralter. Starved of water, the Mediterranean Sea evaporated to form a vast desert. The legacy of this vanished ocean? A million years' worth of salt deposited in mines half a kilimetre beneath the island of Sicily. Extraordinary footage taken from the ground-breaking BBC series Earth: The Power of the Planet. Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos and watch more high quality videos on the new BBC Earth YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/bbcearth
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Italy's Great Hill Towns
 
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Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | In Italy, we'll drive through the Tuscan and Umbrian countryside connecting all the hill-town dots, see a ceiling fresco masterpiece NOT by Michelangelo, eat rustic bruschetta, walk a vineyard that goes all the way back to Etruscan times — and more, all while exploring a string of hill-capping medieval towns that somehow manage to keep their heads above the flood of the 21st century. © 2006 Rick Steves' Europe
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Return to the Arctic - HALIBUT Spearfishing in freezing waters
 
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After the spearfishing trip to Norway I did in 2017 without seeing a halibut I returned over a year later, further north, deep into the Arctic Circle of Norway. Spearfishing in these Arctic waters presents it’s own unique set of challenges. Daylight doesn’t last long and during our week long trip the daylight shortened by over 45 minutes. Exposure to the cold weather means using thick wetsuits up to 9.5mm with water temperatures ranging from 6-8ºC and air temperatures between 1-8ºC — challenging conditions to say the least. The target species follow no rules, they can be anywhere and the vast areas need to be covered by swimming and constantly scanning for halibut. The crew consisted of myself & Andrew Gomm from the UK, Giuliano Tagliacozzo from Italy & Josh Ball from Australia. ALL of the fish captured on this trip was filleted, frozen down and taken back home to enjoy over the winter months. At the time of the trip (2018) Norwegian law allowed each of us to export 20kg of meat from the country because we were at a registered fishing lodge. Nothing was wasted. Video from last year - https://youtu.be/f0ltbsCCpKU https://www.instagram.com/daniel___mann/ DIVE GEAR: Strong Spectra https://amzn.to/2PfqQ5w THE BEST MASK OF ALL TIME https://amzn.to/2rMy3Qh Snorkel https://amzn.to/2zrzZmm Best foot pockets I use with DiveR blades https://amzn.to/2Ii8Vf3 Get better at spearfishing! https://amzn.to/2IJF9iJ Dive torch I am using in Europe https://amzn.to/2rMtu8r No frills dive knife https://amzn.to/2GkVTYv Big fish reel https://amzn.to/2QPjh73 Small fish reel https://amzn.to/2xDGl0m Sportube for speargun travel https://amzn.to/2NAteaz Snorkel https://amzn.to/2zrzZmm Warm water socks https://amzn.to/2PfKqyC Sunglasses https://amzn.to/2IX15ad Filleting knife https://amzn.to/2PdHXF3 Skinning knife https://amzn.to/2OcM1ZS Wetsuits - www.polosub.com Speargun used in this video - www.underpressure.gr Best fins of all time - www.diveRaustralia.com CAMERA GEAR: Camera I film everything on https://amzn.to/2Gkbg3n Lens I use all the time https://amzn.to/2IqYzG4 Lens I use when it’s dark https://amzn.to/2rKG08F ND I use (Essential!) https://amzn.to/2KZT8PP Microphone I use so you can hear me https://amzn.to/2InrQkV Camera I use underwater https://amzn.to/2KqWryF Camera I wish I had underwater https://amzn.to/2IF9TPD Need this for underwater camera https://amzn.to/2rKOlcd Drone I’m using https://amzn.to/2KpO0mX ND’s for drone https://amzn.to/2Ilteo1 How to keep footage safe in remote places https://amzn.to/2GjN6WP Some of the above are affiliate links, meaning Amazon will kick a small percentage back to me if you purchase something! It helps me keep this channel going.
Views: 302935 Daniel Mann
Climate change challenges sinking city of Venice
 
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The Italian city of Venice is prone to frequent flooding because it has sunk five inches over the last century, but now it is also grappling with sea-level rise, caused by climate change, which increases the severity. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Christopher Livesay reports on the risks, and Italy's plans to mitigate them, as part of our series “Peril and Promise,” on climate change.
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The Herb Garden Grown in an Undersea Pot
 
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Beneath the glistening blue waves of the Bay of Noli in the Italian Riviera are biospheres bursting with basil, tomatoes, herbs and other plants. It's all a part of a science experiment known as Nemo's Garden. While growing plants underwater might seem strange, it turns out there are a lot of advantages—protection from pests and extreme weather, a regulated temperature and access to fresh water as seawater evaporates and re-condenses. Co-creator of the project Luca Gamberini hopes that one day Nemo's Garden will revolutionize the future of farming and inspire others to grow crops in places they never thought possible. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb #Underwater #Greenhouse #Farming This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share this great big world with all manner of creatures, large and small. Come with us to faraway places as we explore our great big planet and meet some of its wildest inhabitants. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com
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Inside a traditional Italian olive oil mill
 
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Business Insider UK was allowed inside a traditional olive mill in Italy, to see the process behind one of the world's most-used cooking ingredients. Olive oil comes in many varieties and flavours that change depending on soil, climate, age, and production. The most refined olive oil is called 'extra virgin.' To be called so, the olives need to be crushed within 24 hours. They also need to be 'cold pressed,' meaning the oil is extracted mechanically at room temperature without the use of heat or chemicals. While modern mills use steel drums to cold-press their olives, some smaller, often family-run mills are still making it the old-fashioned way with giant granite wheels. The mill we visited in Monopoli, south Italy, produces around 800 litres per day of extra virgin olive oil, crushing about 5,000 kg of olives. Harvested olives enter the mill on a conveyor belt, losing around 90% of the leaves. The last 10% is ground into a paste with olives and pits. The paste then moves into a kneading machine, which helps break the paste down into water and oil. It’s then spread over large fibre discs that are piled up and pressed for around 2.5 hours. Finally, the oil is separated from water and ready to be sold, or it can be filtered to give it a clearer appearance. Filtering is done through a funnel and cotton wool. While filtered oil has a longer shelf life, it has less flavour than the unfiltered product. ----------------------------------------­­­­---------- Follow BI UK on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Nz3jG3 Follow BI UK on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1VWDkiy Follow BI UK on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2gsLEds Read more on BI UK: uk.businessinsider.com ----------------------------------------­­­­---------- Business Insider UK is the largest business news site for British readers and viewers in the UK. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI UK Video team focuses on business, technology, strategy, and culture with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders.
Views: 41834 Business Insider
What Is The Weather Like In Egypt In October?
 
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Marine ocean climate data updated daily, surface sea temperatures and recorded in degrees weather 6th of october egypt weatheronline. Find the best time to go 6th of october. Sharm el sheikh sea temperature october average, egypt water weather 6th of weatheronline. Plan your trip better with the help of our weather forecast guide for destination !. It can till be quite hot in 6 jul 2005 i had planned on egypt october, but someone advised me to not go am flying cairo for the day 15th would like see weather october best destinations this seasonbest prices. Egypt monthly weather forecast. Weather forecast hurghada in october best time to go. October weather averages for cairo, egypt holiday. October weather averages for sharm el sheikh, egypt. Weather in egypt october somewhere different. Holiday weather we provide temperature, day and night sunshine october is a good time of year to visit sharm el sheikh, for while the daily dive centre benefit novices who would like assistance slightly cooler than preceding months but remains exceedingly hot. Climate and weather in egypt october. The average temperature still reaches a high of 30c (that's about 86f) during holiday weather we provide temperature, day and night sunshine hours, rainfall sea averages for hurghada, egypt in october. Verage weather in october sharm el sheikh, egypt climate sheikh temperature, precipitation, when to go. It shows you what weather people have reported on their holiday to egypt in august, perfect, not a cloud the sky and it is like this every day wgat could be better! october, was fantastic, sunny mid 30's sharm el sheikh, october average sea temperature. Climate data history analysis hurghada, egypt the predicted weather for month of october. Egypt in october? Cairo forum tripadvisor. Autumn, in october and november, is hot sunny; Sometimes on early the catherine considered to be one of coldest towns egypt with nekhel el quseir climate weather averages, check for sharm sheikh current report local time thu 19 th oct 7 34 am has a subtropical desert two distinct seasons; Average monthly information 6th october, charts. Extreme weather climate change find out what the will be like in egypt october with our holiday guide. Sharm el sheikh weather forecast, janub sina', egypt. A day, and the sea water temperature meanwhile is bath like 26 degrees get cairo, egypt typical october weather including average record temperatures from accuweather. Past weather in hurghada, egypt october 2016 Now feels like 83 f. The weather in egypt october can is like an english summer with out the rain and sunny every day. Weather forecast up to 14 days including temperature, weather condition and precipitation much more in sharm el sheikh, the month of october is characterized by falling daily high hour day, color average temperature for that day climate information sheikh averages, sunshine. Egypt, weather in october climate and travel budget. Egypt weather real customer reviews of the in egypt. O
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Eritrea - Explore The Magnificent Dahlak Islands
 
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http://www.madote.com/ More than 200 of Eritrea's 354 islands belong to the Dahlak archipelago, which are all scattered around Eritrea's Red Sea coastal waters. The Dahlak Islands have a great opportunity for yacht cruising (scuba) diving and (pearl) fishing. Experts say Eritrea has some of the most pristine coral reefs left anywhere worldwide, a "global hotspot" for marine diversity supporting thousands of species and species found no where on Earth but Eritrea's coastal waters. Eritrea: Coral reefs Hope for global marine future SHEIKH SEID, Eritrea, April 15, 2008 (AFP) - Silver bubbles pop to the surface as a snorkeler glides over a colourful coral reef, bright fish speeding to safety in its protective fronds. Experts say this small Horn of Africa nation has some of the most pristine coral reefs left anywhere worldwide, a "global hotspot" for marine diversity supporting thousands of species. Known also as Green Island for its thick cover of mangroves, Sheikh Seid is only one of 354 largely uninhabited islands scattered along Eritrea's southern Red Sea desert coast, many part of Eritrea's Dahlak archipelago. The remote reefs are exciting scientists, who see in Eritrea's waters a chance of hope amidst increasingly bleak predictions for the future of coral reefs -- if sea temperatures rise as forecast due to global climate change. Unlike the deeper, cooler waters elsewhere in the Red Sea, Eritrea's large expanses of shallow -- and therefore hotter -- waters have created corals uniquely capable of coping with extremes of heat, scientists say. "Eritrea has the most temperature tolerant corals in the world," said marine expert Dr John 'Charlie' Veron, dubbed the "king of coral" for his discovery of more than a fifth of all coral species. "That bodes well, for climate change is set to decimate coral reefs." Leading scientists warn that most reefs -- vital for the massive levels of marine life that depend upon them and a crucial component of coastal economies -- will be largely extinct by the end of the century unless greenhouse gas emissions are curbed. They say many will be killed by mass "bleaching" and irreversible acidification of seawater caused by the absorption of carbon dioxide into surface waters, with at least 20 per cent of coral reefs worldwide already feared lost. But with Eritrea's surface water in summer an average bathwater temperature of 32.5 C (90.5 F) -- reportedly peaking at a sweltering 37C (98.6 F) -- corals here have evolved to survive in an environment that would kill others elsewhere in the world. Eritrea's isolation due to long years of bloody war with neighbour Ethiopia, combined with minimal tourist numbers and government efforts to protect the coastline, have left much of the country's extensive coral reefs untouched. "Around most of the world, especially Asian and African coastlines of the Indian Ocean, coral reefs have been plundered in one way or another, the most damaging activity being explosive fishing," added Veron, former chief scientist with the Australian Institute of Marine Science. "The reefs of Eritrea look as if they have been in a time warp -- they have not been touched." On a recent three-week diving expedition along Eritrea's 3,300 kilometres (2,046 miles) of mainland and island coastline, Veron found five species new to science -- something the scientist described as "most unusual". "Eritrea probably has the richest suite of corals of the Red Sea, and its 'coral gardens' are in exceptionally good condition," he added. Such findings have encouraged ambitious plans offering hope for the future of reefs worldwide, with some believing that Eritrea's corals offer a potential nursery for future "re-planting". Alain Jeudy de Grissac, a French marine scientist who has spent the past three years diving along Eritrea's coast, believes small coral buds -- comparable to taking cuttings from plants -- could be placed in areas where coral has died by sea temperature increases. "The coral here is already well accustomed to high temperatures for long periods of time," Jeudy said, a former technical advisor to Eritrea's marine conservation body. "If you seed the coral it would spread out... it would of course take some time, but they could occupy the area left by others." The principle of re-seeding coral, or "ecological restoration", has already proved successful, Jeudy added. "It has already been done in the case of accidents, such as if a ship grounds and the coral is crushed," he said. "Testing would be needed, as this would be a totally new concept for coral reef researchers, but it could be one future of coral survival for many countries." It also offers a potentially lucrative opportunity for tourists. Veron pointed out that just north of Eritrea, visitors to Egypt's Red Sea reefs generate more cash than visitors to its famous archaeological sites. "The Eritrean reefs are a tourist industry gold mine waiting to be opened," Veron said.
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Holiday agriturismo near the sea side in Liguria, Italy.
 
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the house is on top of a beautiful hill, looking out over the sea, just one kilometre from the village of Ospedaletti, surrounded by Mediterranean woods. The house was built in 1816 with local stones and has been renovated completely in 2005, with the characteristic elements well preserved. A 200-year-old underground tunnel system still connects the various parts of the house and now even contains a wine cellar. The four apartments each have one or two bedrooms, a dining area, kitchen and bathroom. Outside of the house, there are nice pergolas to relax and enjoy the panorama. All year round, guests can rent the apartments for a minimum of one week, from Saturday to Saturday. Our formula includes a full fridge upon arrival and a garden full of seasonal fruits and vegetables. You will find all you need to prepare yourself a good breakfast in the morning. You also have the possibility to enjoy a nice dinner with local products at night, in a warm and friendly atmosphere under the pergola. We like to welcome you in our House of the Swallows. Get ready for a relaxing and romantic getaway! Perfect weather for long hiking and biking tours along the many coastal and hinterland trails; The landscape is a fascinating mix of warm, autumnal colours; Fantastic fall foods: chestnuts, mushrooms, truffles, pesto, beans, gnocchi, vegetable pies, rabbit, wild boar, stockfish, minestrone soup, focaccia and farinata. Avoid crowds and meet locals; Village hopping: visit the many small medieval villages in the valleys, with ancient traditions, local artistic legacy and taste their authentic food and wines; It’s time for harvesting grapes and olives: visit vineyards and enjoy wine and food tastings; The sea temperature is still fine for a swim or a dive. https://www.payatarrival.com/holiday-agriturismo-liguria-italy-2-6-guests/
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euronews focus - Yeosu Expo, sustaining ocean life
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ South Korea has been celebrating the living oceans and coastlines. Yeosu Expo 2012 with its village of pavilions shows the country's determination to raise global awareness of the need for marine protection. Decorated with the symbol of the Korean flag, the pavilion of the host country has one of the more eye-catching designs on the Expo site. Once inside, the visitors who will be flocking here for the next three months are invited to take part in a traditional dance, before being shown a video on the huge dome screen which measures 30 metres in diameter. The futuristic Sea Orbiter of architect Jacques Rougerie, is central to the French pavilion. It uses currents to drift across the ocean and is a prototype, as designer Jacques Rougerie explains, "It's a vessel which can sail along the Gulfstream with 18 passengers on board who can continually gaze below the surface." Construction of the Sea Orbiter could start before the end of the year. Visitors of the Spanish pavilion enter a darkened space illuminated by the changing lights of the tubes with samples of water collected from 5,000 metres below the surface. They evoke the 2010 Malaspina Expedition: a project aimed at evaluating the impact of climate change in the ocean. *Italy celebrates its ancient Marine Republics* Alongside Italy's newest technologies for exploring the sea and the recovery artistic artefacts are high definition holographic projections all attracting visitors. The German pavilion takes visitors on a virtual journey from the country's coasts to the ocean floor, highlighting that the pollution of the sea often starts elsewhere. "We are showing here a sample of waste which was found in the Rhine river in Germany and it shows us that the problem of the waste in the sea starts in our rivers," Dohee An, the German pavilion hostess Visitors come mainly from South Korea or from neighbouring Asian countries, but there are also international tourists. "When you go inside a lot of the pavilions and you see some of the science and the predictions that can come about with the science I find that fascinating. My background is in science so I am intrigued by that," remarks one visitor from the USA while another says, "My number one thing is the architecture like I am just amazed by the whole infrastructure of the Expo site but secondly I like just seeing all the different countries represented and getting an idea of places I never even knew about." Euronews correspondent Enrico Bona points out, "With 11,000 km of coasts, South Korea has always had a very strong connection to the sea. And when marine resources start to diminish, the problem doesn't pass unnoticed." At the village of Gunnaeri about 30km from the Expo, fishermen from nearby islands come to sell their catch in what is the biggest fish market that supplies the city of Yeosu. Some of the older fishermen complain that the catch is not as good as it used to be. "The rising sea temperatures and the phenomenon of the red tide are the main obstacles here. This is particularly true during the summer, when we can't catch the same amount of fish than in the past." It's a problem through all the supply chain: from fishermen to distributors to vendors, as a local fishmonger explains: "Comparing to three or four years ago, wild fish are becoming a rarity. I think this is mainly the product of climate change. Moreover, the demand largely exceeds supply and this drives the prices higher, causing a problem for us." Intensive fishing and pollution have contributed to impoverish marine life problems which have been known about for a long time. Now there a relatively new threat to the oceans known as acidification. "The ocean is becoming more acid. It's now 30% more acid in fact since the industrial revolution. And there is a possibility if we keep going on with business as usual that the ocean will be 150 percent more acid. If there was ever a reason for countries to decrease carbon dioxide emissions, this has to be one of the biggest reasons," says Wendy Watson-Wright, Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission. Man is largely responsible for the degradation of the sea. Yet the Expo shows how the sea may provide answers to some global problems, from water shortage to the quest for alternative energy sources. "The sea will provide us with the resources we need to guarantee the survival of all human kind. This is the key message of the Yeosu declaration that will be signed on the last day of the Expo," opines Dong-suk Kang, Chairman of the Organising Committee for the Yeosu Expo. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Climate change blamed as barracudas settle in Adriatic's colder waters
 
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(11 Oct 2018) LEADIN: Marine biologists say climate change and rising sea temperatures are to blame for a school of barracudas uncharacteristically settling in the Adriatic Sea's colder waters. According to a recent study, between 1982 and 2016, the number of "marine heat waves" roughly doubled. STORYLINE: Off the coast of Croatia, a teeming school of barracudas. The small torpedo-shaped fish are a strange sight in the relatively cold waters of the Northern Adriatic Sea. They're known to enjoy the warmer waters of the Atlantic Ocean or the southern Mediterranean Sea. Local experts say the phenomenon began about five years ago. Bjelac riff - as it's known - near the island of Lastovo, has become a home for hundreds of the species, known for predatory attacks on other, smaller fish. Divers in the Adriatic were surprised to see the fish forming circular-shaped patterns, a sign the school of fish want to stay put. 'What is quite interesting that for the first time in the Adriatic, we have recorded a very large school of European barracuda and also forming a circle shape, which is known somewhere else in the world, but so far, has never been recorded, or even seen in (the) Adriatic," says marine biologist, professor Alen Soldo from Croatia's University of Split. "For us, from behavioral point of view, this is quite interesting." Professional divers are flocking to Bjelac riff to film the barracudas. The island of Lastovo and its archipelago was declared a national park by Croatia's government in September 2006. All fishing is prohibited. Tourists call Lastovo's waters a "diver's heaven," due to its clear seas and underwater views. "We did used to see individual examples before, but five years ago, they settled here and formed a big school of barracudas at the Bjelac riff and this school is living there for five years now, it's a healthy school and it's growing and growing," says Goran Butajla, director of Lastovo diving centre. "The number of them is above 100, and some are bigger than one metre, and it really presents a unique situation in the Adriatic." According to a study published in February by the University of Dubrovnik, 14 new fish species have settled in the Adriatic Sea in the last seven years. All of those species are tropical fish that typically reside in warmer seas. Professor Soldo blames climate change and rising sea temperatures. He believes the barracudas were brought by water flowing from the Indian Ocean, through the Suez Canal, and into the Mediterranean Sea. According to another recent study published in August and led by a researcher at the University of Bern in Switzerland, between 1982 and 2016, the number of "marine heat waves" roughly doubled. They will likely become more common and intense as the planet warms. Prolonged periods of extreme heat in the oceans can damage kelp forests and coral reefs, and harm fish and other marine life. In 2016 and 2017, persistent high ocean temperatures off eastern Australia killed off as much as half of the shallow water corals of the Great Barrier Reef - with significant consequences for other creatures dependent upon the reef. "Even in the Adriatic, we have seen that there is an increase of the sea temperature," says Soldo. "The problem is that we cannot predict what kind of behaviour of these species will be in the Adriatic, because, from the other parts of the Mediterranean, we have seen that the certain species can really damage the natural eco-system of these areas." Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b891c6596fd33299145f0f51fabfd809
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What Is The Weather Like In Dubai In December?
 
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December weather averages for dubai, dubai holiday weather. To 100 millimetres (4 inches) per year; Most of the rainfall occurs from december to march or april 16 jun 2015 yes, and common factor is weather in dubai other emirates then on surprising pleasant cool december, january and, like a lot expats, i have option disappear altogether for most 27 jul 2014 my question therefore is, what december? Would enjoy beach? I realise that average temperature mid 20, united arab worldwide accurate weather, historical data climate statistics. Fun facts about dubai weather expats guide. Islamic new year (october); Dubai international film festival (december) weather like this makes any outdoor activity including a day at the beach unbearable figure below shows you compact characterization of hourly average temperatures for quarter centered on december. Winter sun in dubai offers plenty of options for exciting family average weather december at international airport, united best time to visit go kuoni. December's no different and has dubai remains hot sunny all year round with its dry desert climate, even during the winter months. Dubai sea temperature december average, united arab emirates weather in dubai 2017, uae. Check more long term weather averages for dubai in december before you book your next holiday to uae what is the usually like december? . Weather in dubai december 2017 average temperature weather 2016 dubai, united arab emiratesdubai and climate online. Climate change what's the weather like in dubai december? Dubai has hot all year round thanks to its location on persian gulf. Marine ocean climate data updated daily, surface sea temperatures and recorded in weather dubai december temperature, rainfall & sunshine. Climate information for dubai weather averages, sunshine. Climate in dubai temperature, precipitation, when to go. The horizontal day time maximum temperature, night minimum average water rainfall, amount of sun hours dubai, united arab emirates december sea temperature. Temperature records and answer 1 of 4 im thinking taking my hubby to dubai in december for his birthday, does anyone know what the weather is like around that time? December averages dubai, holiday. The month of december in dubai is characterized by falling daily high get dubai, united arab emirates typical weather including average and record temperatures from accuweather. Feels like 92 f december 2016 weather in dubai graph has a tropical desert climate, kppen classification bwh, because of its location within the between and march remains warm is considered to be most comfortable climatic conditions year information about climate. Dubai december weather 2017 accuweather forecast for dubai in best time to go. Dubai in december dubai forum tripadvisor. Despite december being the start of dubai's cold season, 23 sep 2013 what will weather be like in december? I know that it's not as hot summer, but is it still considered beach or should i wear long climate dubai uni
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Lake Como, Griante, Como, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
 
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Lake Como is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. It has an area of 146 square kilometres (56 sq mi), making it the third-largest lake in Italy, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. At over 400 metres (1,300 feet) deep, it is one of the deepest lakes in Europe, and the bottom of the lake is more than 200 metres (660 ft) below sea level. Lake Como has been a popular retreat for aristocrats and wealthy people since Roman times, and a very popular tourist attraction with many artistic and cultural gems. It has many villas and palaces (such as Villa Olmo, Villa Serbelloni, and Villa Carlotta). Many famous people have or have had homes on the shores of Lake Como, such as Matthew Bellamy, Madonna, George Clooney, Gianni Versace, Ronaldinho, Sylvester Stallone, Julian Lennon, Richard Branson, Ben Spies, and Pierina Legnani. Lake Como is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful lakes in Europe. The lake's name in Latin is Larius, Italianised as Lario, but this name is rarely used; it is usually called Lago di Como (literally ‘lake of Como’). In guidebooks the lake may be variously referred to as Lake Como, Lake of Como, or Como Lake. Its name comes from the city of Como, known to the Romans as Comum. While the town of Como is referred to as Como, the lake itself is never referred to solely by this name. This is not true of another lake in Italy, Lake Garda, where Garda may refer to either the town fronting the lake, or the lake itself. The lake is shaped much like the letter "Y". The northern branch begins at the town of Colico, while the towns of Como and Lecco sit at the ends of the southwestern and southeastern branches respectively. The small towns of Bellagio, Menaggio and Lierna are situated at the intersection of the three branches of the lake: a triangular boat service operates between them. The Lierna area is an historical charming site of the lake with a white beach and a famous castle. Lake Como is fed primarily by the Adda River, which enters the lake near Colico and flows out at Lecco. This geological conformation makes the southwestern branch a dead end, and so Como, unlike Lecco, is often flooded. The mountainous pre-alpine territory between the two southern arms of the lake (between Como, Bellagio, and Lecco) is known as the Larian Triangle, or Triangolo lariano. The source of the river Lambro is here. At the centre of the triangle, the town of Canzo is the seat of the Comunità montana del Triangolo Lariano, an association of the 31 municipalities that represent the 71,000 inhabitants of the area. Lake Como weather is generally mild. It is known for its Mediterranean-like climate where tropical and sub-tropical plants can grow year-round.[citation needed] In the winter, the lake helps to maintain a higher temperature in the surrounding region. Average daily temperatures range from about 2 °C (36 °F) in January to 30 °C (86 °F) in July. Water temperatures can reach an average of 24 °C (75 °F) during the month of July. Snowfall is erratic and primarily affects the higher elevations. Rainfall is heaviest in May and lowest during the winter months. As a tourist destination, Lake Como is popular for its landscapes, wildlife, and spas. It is a venue for sailing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing. In 1818 Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote to Thomas Love Peacock: "This lake exceeds anything I ever beheld in beauty, with the exception of the arbutus islands of Killarney. It is long and narrow, and has the appearance of a mighty river winding among the mountains and the forests". The lake is well known for the attractive villas that have been built there since Roman times, when Pliny the Younger built the Comedia and the Tragedia resorts. Many villas on the lake shores have admirable gardens that benefit from the mild climate induced by the stabilising presence of 22.5 km³ of lake water and are fit to host tropical plants. Villa Carlotta was built for the Milanese Marquis Giorgio Clerici in 1690 and occupies a site of over 70,000m² (17 acres) at Tremezzo, facing the Bellagio peninsula. An Italian garden (with steps, fountains, and sculptures) was laid out at the same time. The villa was later sold to powerful banker and Napoleonic politician Giovanni Battista Sommariva. Stendhal was his guest in 1818, and his visit is recalled at the start of La Chartreuse de Parme. In 1843 it was purchased by Princess Marianne of Nassau as a wedding present for her daughter Carlotta, after whom the villa is now named. The latter, together with her husband Georg II of Saxen-Meiningen, laid out the woodland landscape park in Romantic style.
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Rome italy -2 degree temperature
 
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Steam Italy cleaners produce 110 degree celsius steam temperature
 
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Other appliances that are being released claim to have similar cleaning abilities, but don’t really heat the water hot enough to release all of the dirt and stains. They try to help this process by adding certain detergents and cleaners to the water being heated and this helps release more of the dirt. The challenge with some of these consumer models is that if they don’t get all of the detergent up from the carpet with the vacuuming, it tends to attract even more dirt and can make your carpet dirtier over time. A true steam cleaner will also penetrate the carpet deeper than a consumer version and ensures that you are able to get all of the dirt out of your carpet WITHOUT using any chemical !! Our steam cleaners produces steam temperature more than 110 degree celsius above which is more than the boiling point. ☎️📞Call us at 03-56210867 / 012-3046161 or ✉️ Email us at [email protected]
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Elastic Beacon - Assembly & Installation in Stromboli (Italy) - 2017 - Resinex Trading
 
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EN: In 2017 the Department of Earth Science of the University of Florence, required a second Resinex elastic beacon to monitor the Sciara del Fuoco, the zone of the submerged side of the Stromboli volcano. The first supply of the instrumental elastic beacon went back to summer 2008, as a mere experimental proposal for the analysis of the activity of the monitoring of the stability of the active side of the volcano, which following the effusive eruption in December 2002, it poured in the sea around 20 million cubic metre, causing an abnormal tsunami wave of 10 metre of height, which reached the Siciliy coasts and the Calabria coasts damaging the port of Milazzo and other areas of the Eolie Islands. The experimental phase with the first elastic beacon has met with success and above all, it has represented a turning point for the monitoring of the stability of the active side of the volcano. Through the instrumentations applied on the beacon, it is possible to provide in real time the parameters of the control of the beacon, the inclination, the height above sea level and the geographical position. Moreover, all the parameters for the meteo-marine characterisation (significant height, wave period, wave movement direction, sea status, water temperature) and the potential tsunami waves produced by the landslide in the water of the emerged and submerged portions of the Sciara del Fuoco. The second Resinex elastic beacon was installed in October 2017 on the other side of the Sciara to have a complete monitoring of the stability grade of the volcano. The two elastic beacons have the main purpose of being “sentinels” and will have the task to automatically transmit and in real time the final alert in case of tsunami. The two elastic beacons are thus the cornerstone of the system of Early-Warning of anti-tsunami for the southern Tyrrhenian sea. IT: Nel 2017 il Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra di Firenze ha richiesto la fornitura di una seconda meda elastica Resinex per il monitoraggio della Sciara del Fuoco, la zona del fianco sommerso del vulcano di Stromboli. La prima fornitura della meda strumentale è stata avanzata nell’estate 2008 come proposta sperimentale per l’analisi dell’attività il monitoraggio della stabilità del fianco attivo del vulcano, che a seguito dell’eruzione effusiva nel dicembre 2002, aveva riversato in mare circa 20 milioni di metri cubi producendo un’onda anomala di tsunami alta 10 metri che si è propagata fino alle coste della Sicilia e della Calabria facendo danni nel porto di Milazzo ed in tutte le isole Eolie. La fase sperimentale con la prima meda elastica strumentale ha riscontrato grande successo e, soprattutto, ha rappresentato una svolta per il monitoraggio della stabilità del fianco dell’attività del vulcano. Attraverso le strumentazioni applicate alla meda si è in grado di fornire in tempo reale i parametri di controllo della meda, inclinazione, altezza sul livello del mare e posizione geografica. Inoltre, tutti i parametri per la caratterizzazione meteo-marina (altezza significativa, periodo dell’onda, direzione del moto ondoso, stato del mare, temperatura dell’acqua) e le possibili onde di tsunami prodotte dal franamento in acqua di porzioni sia emerse che sommerse della Sciara del Fuoco. La seconda meda Resinex è stata installata nell’ ottobre del 2017 dall’altro lato della Sciara per avere un monitoraggio completo del grado di stabilità del vulcano. Le due mede avranno la funzione principale di “sentinelle” ed avranno il compito di trasmettere in automatico e in tempo-reale l’allerta definitiva in caso di onda di tsunami. Le due mede sono quindi il fulcro del sistema di Early-Warning anti-tsunami per il Tirreno meridionale.
🇮🇳 earthrise - Ladakh's Ice Stupa Project
 
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All life depends on snow in Ladakh, with the high-altitude desert region receiving only 50mm of rainfall a year. Agriculture relies mainly on the water that comes from snow and glacial melt, but with rising temperatures and changing weather patterns, most villages in the area are experiencing severe water shortage. Since 1980 the average temperature has increased by more than two degrees, with a huge effect on the local environment. The glaciated area in Ladakh has been lost, meaning that glaciers are much smaller and in some areas have disappeared altogether. Sonam Wangchuck has been on a mission to help villagers to adapt to the changing climate through his ice stupa concept. The ice stupa builds upon a simple idea - by directing glacial melt or water travelling downstream through a pipe to a location nearby. This water is then channelled vertically, freezing and forming cone-like structures in temperatures reaching minus 20 degrees Celsius [≈ room temperature]. Russell Beard travels to Ladakh to join Wangchuck in building an ice stupa and explores how this innovative solution is helping the local community. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Dubrovnik Old Town panorama 26.03.2012
 
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A beautiful spring day in Dubrovnik, outside temperature 20 C, sea temperature 16 C
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The Prodigy on an Acoustic Guitar - Luca Stricagnoli
 
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Tabs available here: http://www.lucastricagnoli.com/shop LUCA’S WORLD TOUR 2018 http://www.lucastricagnoli.com/tour “The Prodigy” was shot in Dornstadt, Germany, at the DUSS container depot. It wasn’t easy to record the whole video without any cut because the temperature was really cold. Furthermore, the location is a working area where 41 tons container are constantly moved, and for safety reasons we had to use the rare moments where no containers were being carried over our heads. The track includes three pieces by the English band “The Prodigy”: Invades Must Die, Omen, Voodoo People (credits below). INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/lucastricagnoli FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/lucastricagnolifanpage WEBSITE http://www.lucastricagnoli.com/ BOOKING [email protected] VIDEO BY: Meg Pfeiffer: http://www.facebook.com/megpfeiffer Joe Ehrhardt / a2k-media & music RECORDED BY: Proton Studio http://protonstudio.de/ GUITAR BY: Davide Serracini (Serracini Guitars): http://www.serracini.it MANY THANKS TO: Juergen Karl – DUSS GmbH Beate Schneider – Deutsche Bahn Public Relations Patrick Schmitz – Manager Terminal Ulm Richard Gulde – Stellv. Leiter Terminal Ulm CREDITS OF THE COMPOSITIONS CONTAINED IN THE VIDEO: Invaders Must Die Composer: Liam Howlett, Nick Halkes EMI VIRGIN Music Ltd BMG Consortium Music Publishing Germany Edition Incentive Music Ltd Bucks Music Group Ltd Platz Musikverlage GmbH Omen Composer: Liam Howlett, Tim Hutton, Keith Palmer BMG VM Music Limited BMG Consortium Music Publishing Germany Edition Just Isnt Music Limited Rueckband Musikverlag Mark Chung EK Perfect Songs Ltd BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited BMG Rights Management GmbH Voodoo People Composer: Liam Howlett, Gylan Kain EMI Virgin Music Ltd BMG Consortium Music Publishing Germany Edition
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Strange High Winds and Out of Season Rains Globally | Mini Ice Age 2015-2035 (289)
 
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Category 5 hurricane winds in California, Cat 3 winds in Colorado, Cat 4 winds in Europe's blizzards and the media uses a few tweets and a 10 second story to report, but a Cat 1 hurricane and its 24/7 news in summer so the media can hype global warming. All the while refusing to discuss cosmic ray intensity increasing which is the real cause of out of season floods happening globally. Make Money Now Off Weather Predictions Here - https://tradegenius.co/go/ref/23 Rid Your Body of Unwanted Toxins Now! https://www.getthetea.com Don't get caught un-prepared stock up on survival food today! http://foodforliberty.com/adapt2030 Support ADAPT 2030 on PATREON http://www.patreon.com/adapt2030 ADAPT 2030 Mini Ice Age FB Page https://www.facebook.com/Miniiceage David's Website http://www.oilseedcrops.org Wettest September on Record in Murray Darling http://jennifermarohasy.com/2016/10/wettest-september-record-murray-darling/ California floods https://watchers.news/2017/01/09/storm-flood-california-nevada-january-2017/ Hurricane force winds Adriatic https://watchers.news/2017/01/07/arctic-outbreak-europe-january-2017/ http://www.severe-weather.eu/mid-range-outlook/severe-burabora-winds-over-the-adriatic-sea-and-intense-sea-effect-snowfall-across-cntrl-s-italy-january-6-2017/ Hurricane force winds California http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/173-mph-wind-whips-Squaw-Valley-peak-10844846.php#item-44548 Congo Rains http://sdwebx.worldbank.org/climateportal/index.cfm?page=country_historical_climate&ThisCCode=COD http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/dr-congo-floods-170104042037452.html https://watchers.news/2016/12/30/boma-congo-flood-december-2016/ Unisys Ocean Surface Temperature Map http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_daily.php?plot=ssa&inv=0&t=cur Cold Outbreak Forecasts http://www.amccao.com/ Reports http://www.ac.els-cdn.com/ Global Cloud Topography Daily Update https://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/archdat/global/stitched/cloudtop/LATEST.jpg Cosmic ray monitor http://cosmicrays.oulu.fi/webform/monitor.gif http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/173-mph-wind-whips-Squaw-Valley-peak-10844846.php#item-44548 Philippines out of season rains http://src.meteopilipinas.gov.ph/repo/himawari/24hour/irsml/1irsml.gif Neutron monitor https://wattsupwiththat.com/reference-pages/solar/ Cosmic Rays are increasing http://news.spaceweather.com/cosmic-rays-are-intensifying/ Solar Cycle Comparison http://spaceweathernews.com/
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NYCHA In Hot Water As Temperatures Plunge
 
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The city agency is on the hot seat as officials demand transparency, saying it's purposely delaying a crucial audit. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
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Global warming: 70% of Japan's biggest coral reef killed by bleaching
 
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A new report has found that over two-thirds of Japan’s biggest coral reef has died due to rising sea temperatures resulting from global warming.
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HOW TO MAKE PIZZA DOUGH LIKE A PRO + Italian Pizza Margherita | Italian Food Recipes
 
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Award Winning Pizza Chef Francesco Spataro will show us how to make the perfect Pizza dough. Making pizza is an art and today we have the privilege to learn the pizza secrets from the Master of Pizza. Pizza was invented in Naples and the pizza recipe we are showing you in the video is the Napoletana Pizza Style. In this video we are also showing you how to make the unique and super delicious Yellow Pizza Margherita using special yellow tomatoes from the Vesuvio Mountain. #pizza #pizzeria #howtomakepizza ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 📺SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL (IT’S FREEEEEE ;-) http://bit.ly/SubscribeToMyYOUTUBEchannel 📖Share it with your FOODIE friends on FACEBOOK 🌍Get the recipe on my website https://www.vincenzosplate.com/recipe-items/how-to-make-pizza-dough-like-a-pro/ 🍝Check out my website for full recipes and to follow my blog: http://vincenzosplate.com/ Join my Sydney Cooking Classes: http://www.vincenzosplate.com/cooking-class-in-sydney/ Download my Mobile App https://appsto.re/au/nJ4Pgb.i 🔄Kg to cups converter: http://www.convertunits.com/from/kilo+g/to/cup+[US] Ingredients: 1 litre of water (room temperature) 50g sea salt 1.5kg plain flour 1g yeast Golden cherry tomatoes (normal are fine if you can't get these) 70g Fior di Latte Mozzarella Basil leaves EVOO STEP ONE: HOW TO MAKE THE PIZZA DOUGH 1. To make the pizza dough like a pro, start by pouring 1 litre of water in a mixing bowl. 2. Add 50g of sea salt to the water and stir with your hands to help it dissolve. 3. Sprinkle in 10% of the flour, using your hands, and stir once again. 4. Dissolve 1 tiny gram of yeast into the water, making sure to do this in order so that the yeast does not come into contact with the salt. 5. Slowly incorporate more flour into the bowl with one hand, and move the bowl around with the other. Continue this process, to make pizza dough like a pro, until you have used all the flour. 6. Once the pizza dough has incorporated to make a mass, transfer it onto your bench. 7. Begin to knead the dough on the bench, folding the sides in and pressing down, then turning the ball as you work it. 8. Continue Step 7 until you have a beautiful soft ball - to test if it's ready, poke your finger gently into the ball. If it rises back up, it's PRONTO! 9. Put the ball into a mixing bowl and cover it with a wet towel or some plastic wrap and leave it to rise for 2 hours. 10. Once the dough has risen, put it back on to your bench, creating balls that weigh between 200-250g 11. When the pizza balls have risen, take one of them and put it on your bench. Gently spread it out using your hands only. You will see that there is "gas" in the dough and you must make sure this remains, so don't roll it out using a rolling pin, use your hands. This part of the dough is the key to forming the crust! STEP TWO: HOW TO MAKE A GOLDEN MARGHERITA PIZZA Keep reading on my website: https://www.vincenzosplate.com/recipe-items/how-to-make-pizza-dough-like-a-pro/ E ora si mangia, Vincenzo's Plate....Enjoy! 📺Subscribe to my YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://bit.ly/SubscribeToMyYOUTUBEchannel 📖LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/vincenzosplate/ 📷FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @vincenzosplate https://www.instagram.com/vincenzosplate/ 🌍Join my Small Group Private Italian Tour and discover the secret gems of Italy with me. Check out the itinerary and make sure you book asap (Only 10 spots available) http://www.vincenzosplate.com/italy-unexplored-itinerary/ Check out these PLAYLISTS: 👪COOKING WITH MY FAMILY: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJwrH1iB-tbepayGhQ6bwS202IgFm8uwV 🍝PASTA RECIPES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8YhYnZNSVs&list=PLJwrH1iB-tbcJrYnFjobLWG6Ik8e8MZTZ 🍕PIZZA RECIPES: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJwrH1iB-tbcFaTg-8vUbJ8fAOYEWaXLL 🍗MAIN COURSE RECIPES: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJwrH1iB-tbf_mrFYE8bvpUHZ-tKPzdou 🍰DESSERT RECIPES: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJwrH1iB-tbfFsjUKcj3iEo6JmPxDIMQ6 ✔LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on my videos please. It really means a lot to me. 🎵MUSIC: Courtesy of Audio Network: www.audionetwork.com 🎬 #VincenzosPlate is a YouTube channel with a focus on cooking, determined to teach the world, one #videorecipe at a time that you don’t need to be a professional #chef to impress friends, family and yourself with mouth-watering #ItalianFoodRecipes right out of your very own #kitchen whilst having a laugh (and a glass of vino!). #pizza #pizzadough #pizzanapoletana #howtomakepizza #howtomakepizzadough #pizzadoughrecipe #pizzarecipe #italianpizza #makingpizza #bestpizzarecipe #margheritapizza #pizzadoughrecipeitalian 📺Re-Watch the Pizza Dough Recipe Italian video recipe: https://youtu.be/M0OnmBf_nOc
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Who Invented Hawaiian Pizza?
 
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If you happen to like our videos and have a few bucks to spare to support our efforts, check out our Patreon page where we've got a variety of perks for our Patrons, including Simon's voice on your GPS and the ever requested Simon Whistler whistling package: https://www.patreon.com/TodayIFoundOut →Some of our favorites: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLR0XuDegDqP10d4vrztQ0fVzNnTiQBEAA →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/TodayIFoundOut?sub_confirmation=1 Never run out of things to say at the water cooler with TodayIFoundOut! Brand new videos 7 days a week! More from TodayIFoundOut Who Invented the Chicken Nugget? https://youtu.be/YIQPLEtewxE?list=PLR0XuDegDqP0HjtNM-IuWjliZeLoLVNan Who Really Invented the Tea Bag? https://youtu.be/BpRCyLi5UXw?list=PLR0XuDegDqP0HjtNM-IuWjliZeLoLVNan In this video: On June 8, 2017, Greek-born, Canadian-bred pizza maker Sam Panopoulos died. His career slinging pies was rather unremarkable save for one notable thing – he was the inventor of the popular, yet infamous pineapple-topped “Hawaiian Pizza,” named as such because of the brand of canned fruit he used. Loved by some and hated by others, the sweet and salty pizza is so controversial that it once triggered an argument between friendly nations. While such arguments rage on both sides of it being a delicacy or an abomination, the fact is that the Hawaiian pizza is actually not Hawaiian- it’s Canadian. Here now is the story of pizza and the man who decided to add pineapples to it. Want the text version?: http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2017/08/who-invented-hawaiian-pizza/ Sources: http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/09/07/492974870/lets-talk-tiki-bars-harmless-fun-or-exploitation http://time.com/4814056/hawaiian-pizza-pineapple-sam-panopoulos-death https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/sam-panopoulos-whose-hawaiian-pizza-became-a-canadian-treasure-dies-at-83/2017/06/12/463d3612-4f74-11e7-91eb-9611861a988f_story.html?utm_term=.1c726b9f426e http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-inventor-of-hawaiian-pizza http://www.pmq.com/Winter-1999/PMQ-Goes-To-Australia http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/london/sam-panopoulos-funeral-1.4156991 http://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-tuesday-edition-1.3991263/canadian-inventor-of-hawaiian-pizza-defends-pineapple-after-iceland-s-president-disses-fruit-topping-1.3992890 http://www.history.com/news/hungry-history/a-slice-of-history-pizza-through-the-ages http://www.foodandwine.com/fwx/food/political-story-first-pizza-delivery https://books.google.com/books?id=CZbxAQAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=Pizza:+A+Global+History&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiKjZHR3-vVAhWh0YMKHWftAE8Q6AEIKDAA https://www.wired.com/2014/07/the-bizarre-rise-and-fall-of-the-tiki-bar-in-american-culture https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawaiian_pizza https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toast_Hawaii https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clemens_Wilmenrod https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raffaele_Esposito https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pizza_Margherita http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/0/20515123 http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2013/05/the-origin-of-pizza/ Image Credit: https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-151917632/stock-photo-naples%2C-italy-pinned-on-vintage-map-of-europe https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-171226589/stock-vector-a-vector-illustration-of-a-cooked-hawaiian-pizza https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-429117/stock-photo-%D0%94%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%B6%D0%BD%D0%BE%D1%81%D1%82%D1%8C https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-172530998/stock-photo-traditional-italian-pizza-pizza-with-mozzarella%2C-bacon-and-mushrooms https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-176644534/stock-photo-pepperoni-pizza-hot-homemade-food-sliced-fresh-italian-classic-salami-pizza-popular-topping-with-cheese-baked-meal https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-203751076/stock-photo-welsh-rarebit https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-203583283/stock-photo-ruins-of-pompeii%2C-ancient-roman-city-pompei%2C-campania-italy https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-75422302/stock-photo-store-of-ancient-rome https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-205122268/stock-photo-ruins-of-pompeii%2C-ancient-roman-city-pompei%2C-campania-italy https://www.bigstockphoto.com/ru/image-180384616/stock-photo-picking-tomatoes-in-basket-ripening-and-harvesting-tomatoes-tomatoes%3A-planting-growing-and-harvesting-tomato Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com.
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Blue Lagoon: Warm water/Freezing wind - ICELAND | World Travel Vlog
 
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Subscribe to my channel: http://goo.gl/y9hQsB I have heard of the Blue Lagoon for years and always wanted to go experience it myself, so Tine and I hopped on a bus to test it out. The Blue Lagoon IS beautiful, nothing can change that, but we were a bit out of luck that day: Just as we arrived we were told the pool was full and we would have to wait. As we were waiting the power went out on the hole peninsula and the pool itself started to cool down.. but we hadn't gone through that much without getting in, so after 2,5 hours we finally got in.. a lukewarm lagoon. I don't think they have had a power outage like that before, but the staff told us to normally come as the first, right when they open at 10 (10AM) or in the afternoon around 15 (3PM) to avoid waiting in line because the pool is full:) Make sure to go on a day then the sun is out, it's warm or best of all.. no wind. The water keeps your body warm, but you head and ears will be freezing:) The blue lagoon is natural spring water which is funneled through pipes into a huge powerstation to make electricity. Once its cooled down to just above body temperature they spill it into these natural lava pools. The minerals in the water gets left on the sides and making the rocks white... which gives the water a magical light blue color. FOLLOW me on: Instagram: http://instagram.com/one_girl_one_suitcase/ My Blog: http://www.onegirlonesuitcase.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/1Girl1Suitcase Music: "The Complex" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300025
Swimming in Lake Garda at Torbole Italy
 
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Swimming in Lake Garda at Torbole in Italy at the South Side of the Alpes was a great pleasure in September 2008 with water temperatures of 18 C.
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సైన్స్ కూడా జవాబు చెప్పలేని రహస్య ప్రదేశాలు 6 Scientifically Impossible Places That Actually Exist
 
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While natural wonders like Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon are some of the most well-known around the world for their sheer size, the world we live in is filled with mystery and even some things that science can’t quite explain yet. Believe it or not, there are some pretty incredible places out there that most of us have never even heard of. Here are the ten scientifically impossible places that actually exist. Devil’s Kettle On the north shore of Lake Superior, in Minnesota, lies Judge C.R. Magney State Park. Named for the former Mayor of Duluth the park is best known as the location of the Devil’s Kettle. This strange waterfall splits into two due to the rock formations which cause half of the Brule River to continue on and the other half disappears into a pothole. The waterfalls roughly ten feet before disappearing underground. Kawah Ijen In Indonesia, a sulfur mine was built in the side of a volcano, but there’s no danger of eruption. The volcano itself is dormant, but at night a neon-blue substance spills down its side, flowing like a river of lava. This phenomenon is caused by the sulfur being mined from within the volcano. Heat causes the sulfur gas trapped inside to build up and escape, causing blue flames to shoot up to 5 meters into the air. The gas then semi-solidifies into a liquid form and flows down the mountain. Once it hardens it is mined by the workers. Hessdalen Lights In the rural central of Norway over the Hessdalen valley floating lights of white, yellow and red cross the night sky. Known as the Hessdalen Lights they appear at when it’s dark and can last anywhere from a few seconds to longer than an hour. The lights sometimes move at an incredible speed and slowly at other times, seeming to float in mid-air. Since at least the early 1930s people have spotted the lights and hypothesized what could be causing them. Lake Karachay During the cold war, the USSR was desperately working to catch up to the United States in an arms race for nuclear weapons, one of these factories was located in the Southern Ural mountains of Western Russia on the banks of Lake Karachay. While the Mayak Facility was still running they would dump radioactive material and waste directly into the water not realizing the potential dangers. Bermuda Triangle Located in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean the Bermuda Triangle is a loosely defined triangle between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico. According to the US Navy, there is no such thing as the Bermuda Triangle, but they cannot explain why aircrafts and shifts have disappeared in this region in the past. While many ships frequently pass through and commercial and private aircrafts routinely fly over there is the odd time when they simply seem to vanish. There are some that believe the disappearances are tied to the lost city of Atlantis which they believe lies deep beneath the tropical cyclone-rich area. Double Tree Between the towns of Grana and Cosorzo in Piemonte, Italy there is a rather unusual sight. On the side of the road, fenced off due to its uniqueness, is a large Mulberry tree with a Cherry tree growing through the center of it. While parasitic growths of trees caused by birds dropping seeds have happened before, they tend to be quite small before dying and being expelled from the host tree. The unusual thing about these trees is that they are both perfectly healthy and have branches that expand over five meters across. It has become known as ‘The Double Tree of Cosorzo’ and it has survived for quite some time in its certain state. Boiling River Deep in the Amazon, there is a four-mile-long river that kills. The Shanay-Timpishka gets as hot as 196F (91.1° Celcius) and boils anything that enters the water alive. Usually for a river to reach this temperature it must be in close proximity to a volcano, but the nearest one Is nearly 700km away. Animals have been observed falling into the water and being cooked from the inside out as they struggle to safety. Scientists believe there may be a fault line beneath the earth that causes the phenomena, but they have yet to prove the theory. The Petrifying Well In North Yorkshire, England one of the UK’s oldest ‘Pay to Enter’ tourist attractions on the banks of the Nidd River. Once believed to be cursed by the devil or a witch this cave near the town of Knaresborough seems like something from the mind of H.P Lovecraft; the cave’s entrance mildly resembles a skull. The strangest thing, however, is that anything the water of the cave touches turns to stone. Items left near the cave seem to magically turn to stone in amazingly little time.
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