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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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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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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(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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For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/gYLyzW ################################ ► Website: http://vid.io/xcRS ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/G0HVYw ► Twitter: http://vid.io/xcRO ► Google +: http://vid.io/xcRM ################################ The world is 70 percent water, so it's probably a good thing that the stuff is good for us. We can drink it, swim in it, grow food with it, and just plain live because of it. However, certain bodies of water are shockingly mean to us. Interacting with some lakes and rivers can hurt us, make us sick, or even kill us. Hello guys and today we're talking about 10 Bodies Of Water That Want You Dead #10. Boiling Lake Dominica Whoever named this place was certainly no fan of subtlety: Boiling Lake is exactly what it sounds like. Discovered in 1870 by two Englishmen, temperatures taken five years later ranged anywhere from 82 to 91.5 °C. #9. Citarum River West Java, Indonesia Here we have a body of water that can destroy us, but only because we screwed it up. Citarum River might well be the most polluted, trash-filled bit of water on the planet. #8. Rio Tinto Spain Rio Tinto is among the most acidic bodies of water around, with a pH balance of 2, at best. This means the Rio Tinto is as strong as stomach acid and is more than powerful enough to kill any fish that dare swim in it. #7. Lake Kivu Of DRC And Rwanda Three hundred meters (1,000 ft) below the surface of Lake Kivu lies a ticking time bomb. Over 250 cubic kilometers (60 cubic miles) of carbon dioxide, along with around 65 cubic kilometers (15 cubic miles) of methane gas, lurks under this body of water, enough to provide electricity to several countries. #6. The Rivers Of Johannesburg South Africa Catching E. coli is no fun under normal circumstances; now imagine you were literally swimming in the stuff. #5. Blackwater River Virginia, USA Too much water can be a bad thing, even if the water can't kill you otherwise. #4. Tualatin River Oregon, USA Oregon's Tualatin River is not the place to be if you want to take your dogs for a swim; close to a dozen pups die there every year from exposure to toxic blue-green algae. #3. Lake Karachay Russia Like a supermodel with a bomb strapped underneath her bodice, Russia's Lake Karachay is pristine, gorgeous, and incredibly deadly. It is, without question, the most radioactive body of water on the planet. #2. Belle Fourche River And South Dakota, USA Belle Fourche isn't poisonous, boiling, or radioactive. However, it is turbulent and wild, at least in one particular area. #1. Potomac River Maryland–West Virginia Border, USA Though the only thing most people know about the Potomac is that Washington, DC is situated on it, the legendary river can also be associated with something else: horrible deaths. Thank you for watching!!! Does anyone want to come over and swim with me? Write in comments what do you think of these bodies of water. Join our channel for more interesting videos!
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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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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of the Piazza Navona, Rome 2. Dog swimming in a fountain in the Piazza Navona 3. Tourists walking 4. Digital display showing date and temperature as 36 degrees Celsius (97 degrees Fahrenheit) 5. Wide of Roman ruins 6. Cat jumping between the ruins, settling in shade 7. Tourist waving his hat to cool himself 8. Wide of market 9. Woman bathing her feet 9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Pablo, tourist: "It's hot. I believe that yesterday it was 40 degrees (Celsius). We refresh ourselves with fruit, water and lemon to mitigate the heat." 10. Close-up of watermelon on stall 11. Woman eating a piece of melon 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ron, tourist: "You get tired, you know. You're out for two hours in the afternoon, no energy...time to go back to the hotel and the air conditioning and relax." 13. People walking, one drinking water, one eating fruit 14. Statue of Giordano Bruno, Campo De Fiori STORYLINE: While Britain remains inundated with flood water, much of central and southern Europe is experiencing a heatwave. By mid-morning in Rome on Tuesday temperatures were already at 36-degrees Celsius (97 degrees Fahrenheit) and were expected to climb further. Local residents and tourists on the street stopped by fountains to fill water bottles and cool down. At Rome's well known Campo De Fiori flower market, tourists cooled down with fresh watermelon. "It's hot. I believe that yesterday it was 40 degrees (celsius). We refresh ourselves with fruit, water and lemon to mitigate the heat," said Pablo, a Spanish tourist in the city. Government offices warned of the risks to the very old and young in seven Italian cities from Rome down to Palermo, Sicily. "You get tired, you know. You're out for two hours in the afternoon, no energy...time to go back to the hotel and the air conditioning and relax," said another visitor from England. Fires raged in various parts of Southern Italy. The heat wave gripping Italy peaked with 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in the southern city in Bari, while many other cities registered temperatures in the late 30s degrees Celsius (100s Fahrenheit). The heatwave is expected to continue at least through midweek. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/601808d49bd863030ec807f7bb2d6576 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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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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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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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.
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Seeing An Inconvenient Sequel is taking action, get tickets to see it in select theaters now & everywhere Aug. 4th: https://fandan.co/2ucigMW #BeInconvenient Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTO Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RealLifeLore Music is by Brandon Maahs. Check out his website and music by clicking this link: http://www.brandonmaahs.com/audio-reel Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/official_wh... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealLifeLore/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealLifeLore1 Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/RealLifeLore/ Subreddit is moderated by Oliver Bourdouxhe Special thanks my Patrons: Conor Dillon, Donna, Michael Aufiero, Owen, Mohammed Abu Hawash, Patrick Kelley, MechanoidOrange and Greenlandia. Videos explaining things. Mostly over topics like history, geography, economics and science. We believe that the world is a wonderfully fascinating place, and you can find wonder anywhere you look. That is what our videos attempt to convey. Currently, we try our best to release one video every week. Bear with us :) Business Email: [email protected] Sources and additional reading... http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/WCAS-D-13-00059.1 https://climateandsecurity.org/2012/02/29/syria-climate-change-drought-and-social-unrest/ https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/publications/techrpt83_Global_and_Regional_SLR_Scenarios_for_the_US_final.pdf http://www.pnas.org/content/110/34/13745.abstract?sid=26fd1d37-7276-46e2-9192-0931e6ebf6ab http://www.ipcc.ch/publications_and_data/ar4/wg2/en/spm.html http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v531/n7596/full/nature17145.html http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/COUNTRIES/SOUTHASIAEXT/0,,contentMDK:22413695~pagePK:146736~piPK:146830~theSitePK:223547,00.html https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_climate_change_on_island_nations http://geology.com/sea-level-rise/ http://ss2.climatecentral.org/#8/38.219/-120.542?show=satellite&projections=0-RCP85-SLR&level=30&unit=meters&pois=hide https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2016/03/30/what-6-feet-of-sea-level-rise-looks-like-for-our-vulnerable-coastal-cities/?utm_term=.c3f8f3fecef6 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_level_rise https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_global_warming_on_humans http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/06/rising-seas-could-result-2-billion-refugees-2100 https://sealevel.nasa.gov/understanding-sea-level/projections/empirical-projections https://climate.nasa.gov/scientific-consensus/ https://climate.nasa.gov/ https://visibleearth.nasa.gov/view.php?id=3741
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Return of the Plagues - Deadly Waters With water pollution and temperatures on the rise, toxic algae cause serious problems nowadays for inland waters and for the oceans. Increasing algal bloom is poisoning fish and shells, and it has become a health hazard for human beings as well: toxic algae are responsible 60,000 cases of food poisoning worldwide every year. The documentary, Return of the Plagues, takes a closer look at the effect these poisonous microorganisms have today: ● in Germany, where restaurant guests suffered food poisoning from a seafood buffet in spite of intense food inspections; ● in Florida, where not only dolphins fall victim to contaminated water but also swimmers who have difficulty breathing; ● in Italy, where an invasive species of algae has caused the collapse of the marine fauna; ● in Austria, where researchers are monitoring the mysterious behavior of algae that threaten to contaminate fresh water reservoirs; ● in Canada, where the fish and shellfish industry have shown great interest in sophisticated early-warning systems; and ● at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany, where algae expert Allan Cembella and his colleagues are working on solving the puzzle of how this modern plague is propagated. “… all the waters that were in the river [Nile] were turned to blood. And all the fish that was in the river died,” reports the Bible, “and the river stank, and the Egyptians could not drink of the water of the river.” (Exodus 7:20–21)
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Final Vote for Article 13 of the EU Copywrite Legislation now in play as the FINAL vote or the previously agreed on legislation vote months earlier, will severely limit what can or connot be viewed in the EU and what content ultimately falls under the soon to be finalized version. Anything news originating from the EU words, images or audio will a content filter, so links to Italian olive farmers loosing the entire region to cold or empty Greek shelves, or Russian wheat export pullback, will be deemed un-sharable. A different way to make crop losses disappear. Join ADAPT 2030 NEWSLETTER http://www.oilseedcrops.org ***SUPPORT ADAPT 2030 by VISITING OUR SPONSORS*** True Leaf Market & ADAPT 2030 http://www.pjtra.com/t/SkNITkxPS0xDR0xPRkdLQ0dLSUdOSw My Patriot Supply & adapt 2030 Taking the Fear Out of Difficult Situations 2-Week Food Supply with 92 servings www.preparewithadapt2030.com https://mypatriotsupply.com/pages/prepare-with-adapt2030 ADAPT 2030 Amazon Grand Solar Minimum Reading List https://www.amazon.com/shop/adapt2030 ***Mini Ice Age Conversations Podcast*** iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/adapt2030 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/adapt-2030 Libsyn: http://adapt2030.libsyn.com/ *** Today’s Story Links *** https://www.brighteon.com/channel/adapt2030 The final Article 13 will hurt, not help European creators. Important update why #SaveYourInternet isn’t over. https://www.youtube.com/saveyourinternet/ YouTube Creator blog update on Article 13 https://youtube-creators.googleblog.com/2018/10/a-final-update-on-our-priorities-for.html FULL DRAFT LEGISLATION DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on copyright in the Digital Single Markethttp://chronlaw.com/article-13-the-eu-copyright-directives-unintended-consequences-quartz/ NOAA Earth 4th Warmest on Record https://www.noaa.gov/news/2018-was-4th-hottest-year-on-record-for-globe https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2841/2018-fourth-warmest-year-in-continued-warming-trend-according-to-nasa-noaa/ Solar Cycle comparison https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DwvCaFHXgAANzlC.jpg Cosmic ray comparison https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dz9troGXgAAjMUF.png US Climate Report Edits Out Highly Embarrassing Section https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2017/08/09/us-climate-report-edits-out-highly-embarrassing-section/ https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/08/07/climate/document-Draft-of-the-Climate-Science-Special-Report.html And the Third Draft: https://archive.org/details/CSSRTODALL Aid Demanded for Olive Growers https://www.oliveoiltimes.com/olive-oil-business/protesters-demand-aid-for-olive-growers/67000 https://www.oliveoiltimes.com/olive-oil-business/italy-fears-running-out-of-olive-oil-by-april/67010 https://www.oliveoiltimes.com/olive-oil-business/italian-olive-oil-production-falls-to-record-lows/66852 Polar Portal Sea Ice Charts & Greenland Ice Gain http://polarportal.dk/en/home/ http://polarportal.dk/fileadmin/polarportal/sea/CICE_curve_thick_LA_EN_20190313.png http://polarportal.dk/en/sea-ice-and-icebergs/sea-ice-thickness-and-volume/ http://polarportal.dk/fileadmin/polarportal/sea/CICE_combine_thick_SM_EN.png Lake Erie Ice Tsunami https://weather.com/news/trending/video/lake-erie-ice-shoves-invade-ontario?cm_ven=wu_videos?cm_ven=hp-slot-3 AgriCensus wheat prices https://www.agricensus.com/prices/?market=WHEA https://www.agricensus.com/export-dashboard/ Global wheat exports DOWN https://i1.wp.com/www.uswheat.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/WL-190205-chart.jpg?ssl=1 https://agfax.com/2019/02/07/wheat-world-production-mostly-lower-increases-in-canada-argentina/ Rice Market: China Approves 32 U.S. Facilities as Suppliers https://agfax.com/2019/02/28/rice-market-china-approves-32-u-s-facilities-as-suppliers/ World wheat demand outstrips production https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DzzRv2nXQAU647Z.jpg https://www.uswheat.org/market-and-crop-information/supply-and-demand/ WASDE report: More wheat, less coarse grains https://www.allaboutfeed.net/Raw-Materials/Articles/2019/2/WASDE-report-More-wheat-less-coarse-grains-391849E/ Top 20 veggies with highest protein content https://www.eatthis.com/vegetables-protein-content/ *** ADAPT 2030 Social Media Links *** Keep ADAPT 2030 independent paypal.me/adapt2030 https://www.patreon.com/adapt2030 Steemit: https://steemit.com/@adapt2030 Medium: https://medium.com/@globalcooling MINDS: https://minds.com/ADAPT2030 FB: https://www.facebook.com/Miniiceage Twitter: https://twitter.com/adapt2030 GAB: https://gab.ai/adapt2030 Revolution Radio: Studio A - Thursday Nights - 10 PM to Midnight E.S.T. http://www.Freedomslips.com BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/hashtag/adapt2030 Brighteon https://www.brighteon.com/channel/adapt2030 Content Created & Produced by David DuByne http://www.oilseedcrops.org
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Swathes of southern and eastern Europe have sweltered in temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius, in a heatwave nicknamed "Lucifer", which has killed at least two people across the region. Italy and the Balkans were worst affected, though areas as far north as southern Poland also basked in abnormally hot temperatures, and European weather hub Meteoalarm issued its highest grade "red" warnings for 10 countries. At least two people have died from the heat — one in Romania and one in Poland — and many more have been taken to hospital suffering from sunstroke and other heat-related conditions. In Albania, 300 firefighters and soldiers struggled to contain as many as 75 forest fires and the country asked the European Union for emergency help. Firefighters were also busy in Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia and Croatia, and authorities advised people to stay indoors and increase their water intake. Temperatures were expected to stay around 40 degrees Celsius into next week. Wine growers in Italy have started gathering the grape harvest weeks earlier than usual due to the extreme heat. Carlo Petrini, founder of the Slow Food movement, wrote in La Stampa newspaper that the grape harvest had never started before August 15 in living memory. Click for More Climate Stories: https://goo.gl/577iVX Subscribe for latest Update: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIloWx81MSxGMvwY8xP4cGA?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProtectMearth Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pmotherearth/
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Check out the Most Amazing UNDERWATER Buildings In The World! From underwater hotels to restaurants deep in the ocean, this top 10 list of mysterious structures built in the sea is absolutely mysterious! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/ChM0CBRmVsM Watch our "10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!" video here: https://youtu.be/0XROvoPCDNc Watch our "STRANGEST Animals People Keep As Pets!" video here: https://youtu.be/OMa96nPqz-Y 10. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant The Ithaa undersea restaurant can be found at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island located as the name indicates, in the Maldives. With a name meaning ‘mother of pearl’, it calls itself the world’s first undersea restaurant, having opened in 2005, and is submerged to a depth of 16 feet (4.8 m). Access to the restaurant is through a thatched pavilion on a jetty, where you find a spiral staircase that leads to the main underwater structure. 9. Nemo’s Garden Nemo’s Garden was first set up in 2012 off the coast of Noli, Italy, and is the world's first, and only, underwater farm that grows produce usually grown on land. At first, it was an experiment by its owners, whose farm had struggled in cold weather, to take advantage of the near constant temperature of the sea for growing crops. 8. Data Center With our increasingly interconnected lives that rely on our use of smartphones and the internet, the access to, and storage of, data has become crucial to facilitating needs. Server farms and data centers generate huge amounts of heat, and so need to be cooled- something that costs huge amounts to ensure everything performs correctly… and is estimated to use up to 3 percent of the world's energy consumption. 7. Jules’ Undersea Lodge Jules’ Undersea Lodge was the world’s first undersea hotel, where visitors can spend the night sleeping with the fish, or simply visit for lunch. It’s located within the lagoon at the Key Largo undersea park and has room for 4 people to stay. 6. Cancun Underwater Museum The Cancun underwater museum was created to give tourists a beautiful spot to dive, but at the same time encourage them away from the delicate coral reefs that are damaged by such large visitor numbers. The artificial underwater destination consists of more than 500 submerged sculptures, with plans to expand this much further. 5. Strip Club If the sights available in Vegas or Amsterdam aren't enough for you, then there's an establishment in Israel that might be more to your taste…. Although unfortunately it's now closed and is just a remnant of things that once were. Originally beginning life as an underwater restaurant in Eilat, Israel, the Nymphas Show Bar soon become the world’s first strip club under the sea… complete with all of the furnishings you would expect of such a place. 4. Hotel Utter Inn Located in Lake Mälaren, Västeräs, Sweden, the hotel Utter Inn is a unique hotel experience that brings guests close to nature. It was conceived by Mikael Genberg, a local artist, and consists of an above water entrance, and underwater residence. 3. Subsix Restaurant The Subsix restaurant is at the Per Aquum Niyama resort in the Maldives, and the thing that makes this one stand out is that it’s submerged 20 feet beneath the Indian Ocean. Guests are taken to the location by speedboat, where a grand three-tiered staircase leads to the undersea structure. 2. The Aquarius The Medina Aquarius program was set up to study the preservation of marine ecosystems, and has a state of the art facility to enable this- one of only three undersea research laboratories in the world, known as the Aquarius Reef Base… which was established in 1986. 1. The Poseidon Undersea Resort The Poseidon Undersea Resort, while not yet open, will be the most luxurious underwater hotel to have ever been built. Construction began in Fiji in 2001, and after numerous delays, it’s expected to open soon. The resort will be accessible by a lift from a nearby island, and it takes luxury to a new extreme. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
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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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Sanremo espresso machines have been used in the UK Barista Championships for 5 years. Built by hand in Northern Italy, they are renowned for their striking finish and distinctive look. The precise temperature control from the Sanremo TCS system puts their coffee making at the very top of the industry and is increasingly favoured by competition level Baristas.
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Science can explain everything on the planet, right? Not always--especially not these places we’re about to talk about up next! Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. 8. The Nazca Lines Now we go back to Peru for another ancient mystery! This time we’re talking about the Nazca Lines, the massive geoglyphs etched on the soil of southern Peru’s Nazca desert. Each geoglyph varies in size, though on average they’re between 0.2 to 0.7 miles or 0.4 to 1.1 kilometers across. Some geoglyphs depict animals like lizards, monkeys, and jaguars, or plants like flowers and trees. Those that studied the Nazca lines cannot say what the purpose of the lines is. A popular theory is that these images represented the ancient Nazca culture’s deities in the sky. 7. Shanay Timpishka (sha nay tim pish kah) This tributary of the Amazon River is boiling, and researchers can’t figure out why. The body of water is known as Shanay Timpishka or La Bomba, and it spans 40 miles or 64 kilometers. Dubbed the “only boiling river in the world,” Shanay Timpishka’s temperature reaches 212 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius. The river sits in the Mayantuyacu (my yan two yakoo) sanctuary. Its name means “boiled by the heat of the sun,” even though the heat sources are geothermal, not solar. Geothermal scientists are confused as to how it boils because the nearest volcano is too far away. 6. Blue Pond The human-made pond in Hokkaido, Japan is famous for its intensely blue color. At other times, the water’s color is green. The Blue Pond, or Aoiike, is near the hot spring town of Shirogane Onsen. After the eruption of Mount Tokachi in 1988, officials ordered the pond to be made to protect the village of Biei from volcanic mudflows. No one is sure where the blue color comes from, but the prevailing theory is caused by aluminum hydroxide particles reflecting light in the water. Depending on the angle you look at the pond, the color may change. 5. Bialbero di Casorzo Rooted between Grana and Casorzo in Piedmont, Italy is Bialbero di Casorzo. Sometimes called the Grana Doubletree, the existence of this mulberry tree is quite the enigma. Why? Because a cherry tree is growing out of it. This tree is an example of an “epiphytical growing tree” an organism that grows out of a plant. Most trees of this kind don’t live long due to the lack of space for growth and lack of humus (soil organic matter that retains nutrients and moisture). They’re also much smaller. The Doubletree’s size is well above average, and the tree itself has been around for years. 4. The Petrifying Well When people first came across petrifying wells, they thought it was the work of witchcraft. A petrifying well is a well that cover objects with stone. Upon placement in a well of this nature, it takes weeks to months for an object to gain a stony exterior. One of the most prominent stone wells is this one located in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, England. The well water’s high mineral content is what researchers believe gives the well its petrifying powers. After water drizzles down the side of this supposedly skull-shaped cliff, it flows into the hole you place objects in if you want to petrify it. 3. Lake Karachay Tucked within the region of the Ural Mountains in Russia is Lake Karachay. Unlike most lakes in the world, you cannot stand near Lake Karachay unless you don’t value your life. From the year 1951 to the following decades, the Soviet Union used the lake as a dumping grounds for radioactive waste from a nearby nuclear waste and reprocessing facility. When the lake started drying out in the 1960s, a wind that passed through the area carried some of the radioactive dust towards nearby residences. This dust caused the irradiation of half a million people. Afterward, the lake was filled with 10,000 hollow blocks of concrete to prevent this from happening again. 2. Catatumbo Lightning The atmospheric phenomenon called Catatumbo Lightning only takes place over the mouth of the Catatumbo River in Venezuela. First, storm clouds loom over the area at heights of 0.6 miles or 1 kilometer or higher. The continuous lightning occurs 140 nights to 160 nights annually and last 10 hours a day. It’s likely that these storms ensue due to winds blowing from Lake Maracaibo (which the Catatumbo River empties into) and nearby swamp plains. Mountain ridges trap the air. Heat and moisture from the plains generate electrical charges, creating thunderstorms. 1...
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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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Researchers are worried about the higher than usual temperatures in the Arctic, which has been warmer than Europe this week. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/02/28/higher-temperatures-recorded-in-arctic-than-europe What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP Butternut squash soup is a wholesome, delicious meal, and each family has their own version – now, here’s one with a twist! Join me along with Emmy nominated recording artist Alfio from NYC as we turn the traditional pumpkin soup recipe into an Italian inspired one – you might be surprised by some of our special ingredients! Alfio's website: http://www.alfiomusic.com/ #butternut #squash #butternutsquashsoup 📺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/butternut-squash-soup/ 🍝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/ Buy Vincenzo’s Plate Apron on: http://www.vincenzosplate.com/product/vincenzos-plate-apron/ 🔄Kg to cups converter: http://www.convertunits.com/from/kilo+g/to/cup+[US] BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP INGREDIENTS: 5 x medium sized red potatoes ¼ Japanese Pumpkin (Kabocha) 1 x butternut pumpkin/squash 1 x medium size Spanish onion 3 garlic cloves Fresh basil Dried chilli Rosemary EVOO Vegetable stock Salt & Pepper 350ml passata 1 x stock cube (1L water) Mascarpone (to serve) UTENSILS: 1 x large, deep non-stick pot Wooden spoon Chopping board Sharp, thick knife Tablespoon Wooden spoon METHOD: 1. Peel the skin off the potatoes, then wash them under running water. 2. Pat them dry and then cut the potatoes in half, then again and into cubes, placing them into a bowl. 3. Next, peel the skin off the Japanese pumpkin and cut it into pieces, making sure you remove any seeds. 4. Cut your butternut squash in half, and then slice off the top and bottom parts before scooping out the seeds using a spoon. 5. Next you need to cut it into pieces and remove the skin, placing everything into a large mixing bowl. 6. Finely dice the Spanish onion along with the garlic cloves and put them to the side and chop up some fresh basil leaves and a few sprigs of rosemary. 7. Put a pot on the stove at a medium-high heat and add 3-4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Once this has heated up, add the rosemary, onions, garlic and basil. 8. Let this gently simmer, stirring it every so often with a wooden spoon before adding half a cup of vegetable stock. 9. To season, add salt, pepper and dry chilli (if you can handle it!) and continue to mix through. 10. Once the onions have started to soften, add the passata and mix once again, leaving on a medium temperature to cook through. 11. Now it’s time for the key pumpkin soup ingredient – pumpkin! Add in the pumpkin and potatoes you cut up earlier and cover them with the remaining chicken stock and 4 x cups of boiling water. 12. Add 3-4 more fresh basil leaves and a few more sprinkles of salt, then mix through once again. 13. Leave the vegetables on a medium heat for up to 40 minutes (or until it all starts to soften) stirring every 5-10 minutes. 14. Now, using a hand blender, mix the ingredients well while still in the pot, creating a rich, thick puree. You can make it as thick or as smooth as you prefer at this point HOW TO SERVE 1. Once the butternut squash soup is ready, you can serve it into bowls – our secret touch, is to then add a scoop of mascarpone cream….and mix it through, you will be surprised how incredibly delicious this mix really is! E ora si mangia, Vincenzo’s Plate…Enjoy! Please Support My YouTube Channel via Patreon! (Help me to create more content) https://www.patreon.com/vincenzosplate 📖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. 🎬 #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!).
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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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Hundreds of people traveled to the small northern Michigan town of Petoskey on Saturday to catch a glimpse of a rare sight. A life-sized statue of Jesus Christ at the bottom of Little Traverse Bay, which rests on Lake Michigan, could be seen. Severe weather has prevented anyone from seeing the 11-ft., 1,850 lb. religious symbol made of marble since 2015. Workers cut a hole in Lake Michigan's icy surface so the revelers could look into the water and see the statue. It was made in Italy 1956 after being commissioned by a family mourning the loss of their 15-year-old son. It's regarded as a shrine honoring people who have died on the water. Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6798259/Giant-crucifix-bottom-Lake-Michigan-draws-revelers-worshipers-country.html Original Video: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1880992/Video-Stunning-video-underwater-crucifix-frozen-Lake-Michigan.html Daily Mail Facebook: http://facebook.com/dailymail Daily Mail IG: http://instagram.com/dailymail Daily Mail Snap: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/Daily-Mail/8392137033 Daily Mail Twitter: http://twitter.com/MailOnline Daily Mail Pinterest: http://pinterest.co.uk/dailymail Daily Mail Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DailyMail Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: http://dailymail.co.uk/mobile
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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.
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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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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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"Bella ciao" ("Goodbye beautiful") is an Italian folk song that was adopted as an anthem of the anti fascist resistance. It was used by the Italian partisan s between 1943 and 1945 during the Italian Resistance, or the resistance of Italian partisans against the Nazi German forces occupy ing Italy, and during the Italian Civil War, or the Italian partisan struggle against the fascist Italian Social Republic and its Nazi German allies. Bella ciao is used world wide as an anti-fascist hymn of freedom and resistance. The song has much older origins though in the hard ships of the mondina women, the paddy field workers in the late 19th century who sang it as a protest against harsh working condition s in the paddy field s in North Italy. bella ciao around the world, bella ciao chill out "Bella Ciao" was originally sung as "Alla mattina appena alzata" by seasonal worker of paddy fields of rice, especially in Italy's Po Valley from the late 19th century to the first half of the 20th century with different lyrics. The work of monda (weeding) was widespread in northern Italy in that era. The work consisted of removing the weeds growing in rice fields that hindered the health y growth of young rice plant s. It took place during the flood ing of the fields, from the end of April to the beginning of June every year, during which the delicate shoots needed to be protected, during the first stages of their development, from temperature differences between the day and the night. It consisted of two phases: transplanting the plants and pruning the weed s. The work of monda was an extreme ly tiring task, carried out mostly by women known as mondinas (rice-weeders) that came of the poorest social classes. The worker s would spend their workdays with their bare feet in water up to their knee s and their back bent for many hours. The atrocious working condition s, long hours and very low pay led to constant dissatisfaction and led, at times to rebellious movements and riots in the early years of the twentieth century. The struggles against the supervising padroni was even hard er with the abundance of clandestine workers ready to compromise even further the already low wages just to get work. Besides "Bella ciao", similar songs by the mondina women included "Sciur padrun da li beli braghi bianchi" and "Se otto ore vi sembran poche". Other similar version s of the antecedents of Bella ciao appeared over the years, indicating that "Alla mattina appena alzata" must have been composed in the later half of the 19th century. The earliest written version is dated 1906 and comes from near Vercelli, Piedmont. "Bella ciao" was revived by the anti-fascist resistance movement active in Italy between 1943 and 1945 with different lyric s of resistance. The author of the lyrics is unknown. In the morning I got up oh bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao, ciao, ciao (Goodbye beautiful) In the morning I got up To the paddy rice fields, I have to go. And between insects and mosquitoes oh bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao, ciao, ciao and between insects and mosquitoes a hard work I have to work. The boss is standing with his cane oh bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao, ciao, ciao the boss is standing with his cane and we work with our backs curved. Oh my mother, what a torment oh bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao, ciao, ciao oh my mother, what a torment as I call you every morning. And every hour that we pass here oh bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao, ciao, ciao and every hour that we pass here we lose our youth. But the day will come when us all oh bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao, ciao, ciao but the day will come when us all will work in freedom. Alla mattina appena alzata o bella ciao bella ciao bella ciao, ciao, ciao alla mattina appena alzata in risaia mi tocca andar. E fra gli insetti e le zanzare o bella ciao bella ciao bella ciao ciao ciao e fra gli insetti e le zanzare un dur lavoro mi tocca far. Il capo in piedi col suo bastone o bella ciao bella ciao bella ciao ciao ciao il capo in piedi col suo bastone e noi curve a lavorar. O mamma mia o che tormento o bella ciao bella ciao bella ciao ciao ciao o mamma mia o che tormento io t'invoco ogni doman. çav bella, grup yorum no pasaran
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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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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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Free video about Sardinia Island. This free video was created for you by http://epsos.de and can be used for free under the creative commons license with the attribution of epSos.de as the original author of this Sardinia Island video. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !! Italian Sardinia Island has a surface area totaling 24,090 km ² and is the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily and the third Italian region, always after Sicily and Piedmont. The length between its extreme points ( Punta Falcone north and Cape Teulada in the south) is 270 km and 145 km wide are (from Cape dell'Argentiera west, to Capo Comino to the east). The inhabitants are 1.68 million for a population density of 69 inhabitants per km ². It is 189 km (Capo Ferro - Monte Argentario) from the coast of the Italian peninsula, from which it is separated from the Tyrrhenian Sea, while the Italian Sardinia Island Channel separates it from the Tunisian coast of the African continent that are located 184 km to the south (Cape Teulada - Cap Serrat). To the north for 11 km, the Strait of Bonifacio separates it from Corsica and Italian Sardinia Island Sea to the west, from the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands. It is located between 41 º and 39 º parallel, while 40 º divides it almost in half. The history of geological and Italian Sardinia Island began with the so-called phase Sardinian of ' Caledonian orogeny at the beginning of the Paleozoic Era, which formed the first nucleus of the Sulcis, only to emerge fully, together with Corsica, during the ' Hercynian orogeny (Carboniferous ). Through the movements and clashes between the great African Plate, the Eurasian and the North Atlantic between 35 and 13 million years ago, along the coast that currently goes from Catalonia to Liguria, a deep fracture originated on whose rocky sides are still visible between the granite outcropping crystalline today in Provence, in the Esterel massif, between Cannes and Frejus, and then over the Sea of Italian Sardinia Island, on the southwestern coast of race and on the north and north-western Italian Sardinia Island. The Mediterranean climate is typical of much of Italian Sardinia Island. Along the coastal areas, where the majority of the population resides, due to the presence of the sea have mild winters with temperatures that rarely fall below freezing. The summers are hot and dry, characterized by a considerable ventilation. Sea breezes and constant ventilation allow you to withstand the high summer temperatures normally exceed 30 ° C and up to 35 ° C. Even in the inland plains and hilly, the climate is typically Mediterranean, although because of the greater distance from the sea temperatures are lower winter and summer higher than the coastal areas. The climate is on the whole quite mild, but during the year you may get a winter minimum of a few degrees below freezing and summer highs can exceed +40 ° C. Especially in the autumn, when Italian Sardinia Island is affected by the Mediterranean depressions invigorated by the heat and moisture supplied from the sea is still warm and very humid, and accompanied by winds as the southern temperate Scirocco, not infrequently occur in episodes of severe weather, which cause storms and flash floods. The rainfall is concentrated mostly in the period between October and April, when Italian Sardinia Island is affected by the passage of disturbances, while between May and September extends the dry season in the summer months, in many places, rainfall is generally scarce or may even be entirely absent, because in this period in Mediterranean anticyclones dominate. However, there are local storm events affecting mainly pads and interior areas in general, but in some cases may also affect the plains and the coast, although more rarely. To overcome the problem of drought, since the end of the ' nineteenth century to the present, have been made throughout the Sardinian about 50 river basins, many of which have hydroelectric power plants. The natural environment of Italian Sardinia Island is characterized by a high number of endemic species. Some of these are paleoendemismi ie relics of fauna and flora dating back to ancestral Cenozoic prior to the posting of the Sardinian-Corsican plate from the European continent; these species, true living fossils, were once extinct in the continental lands as have survived in special conditions in Italian Sardinia Island. Most of the endemic species are neoendemismi produced by differential evolution from Neozoic or from more recent times, due to the geographical isolation. The endemic plants found are more than 220, representing about 10% of the entire flora of Italian Sardinia Island. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !!
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The origin of the Spritz dates back to 1805 during the Napoleonic wars. In the years following the end of those wars the Austro-Hungarian empire took ownership of the Veneto region of Italy, where Venice is located. The Austrians held that region for the next 50 years and developed a custom of adding a splash or in German a “Spritz” of water to the local wine. Fast forward to 1919 and Aperol was born. It gained popularity over the course of the 1920’s as it was marketed to the health conscious italian as a great way to drink and stay fit (sound familiar?) but it wasn’t until the 1950’s that Aperol started to capitalize on the idea of the “Spritz.” This is the decade when Aperol created the iconic drink but it still wasn’t until 2003 when Campari bought Aperol out that the spritz became the worldwide phenomenon and household name. I chose this drink because this is the month where we go ravenous for brunch drinks and low ABV cocktails to make us feel better about breaking our Resolutions. Enjoy! Here's Links to the Tools I Use In This Episode: Barfly Copper Measuring Cup: https://amzn.to/2BA24Yk Mercer Culinary Precision Tong: https://amzn.to/2EZrjGy Mercer Culinary Bar Knife Set: https://amzn.to/2SGQBkj If you guys want to check out our full amazon store you can do so here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/theeducatedbarfly We are happy to announce that we are officially sponsored by Barfly Mixology Gear. Barfly makes very high quality professional bar equipment. Their barware essentials and accessories are designed to deliver optimal appearance, temperature consistency and proportion in every glass so you can achieve masterful results. Definitely check them out at: https://www.barflybymercer.com/home/ We are proud that our official apron sponsor is Stagger Lee Goods. Alfred Ramos hand stitches each of these amazing quality aprons in his Northern California workshop. He Does custom work and has aprons for just about every position in a restaurant and bar so do yourself a favor and check him out: https://www.staggerleegoods.com If you are interested in helping us offset the cost of production you should check out our Patreon page which has a bunch of great perks and goes a long way to helping us bring you quality content. You can find that here: https://www.patreon.com/theeducatedbarfly Here's The Specs: Aperol Spritz 2oz (60ml) Aperol 3oz Prosecco Splash Soda Water Orange Wedge Glassware: Wine Glass (from West Elm)
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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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See out choice of Holidays to Italy: https://www.barrheadtravel.co.uk/holidays/italy Choose any of our holidays to Italy and you'll be jetting off to Southern Europe. Situated on the Mediterranean Sea, bordering France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia to the North. Italy, which is boot-shaped, is surrounded by the Ligurian and the Tyrrhenian Seas to the west, the Mediterranean and Ionian Seas to the South, and the Adriatic Sea to the East. Italy holidays are best booked for the Summer, where temperatures are often similar north to south. In Sardinia and Sicily, the temperature can peak at the 30 degrees mark in July and August, while mainland temperatures sit at roughly 27 degrees. Spring and autumn are great times to visit Italy as temperatures in the mid-20s are normal if you prefer mild weather. The majority of Italy’s rain falls over the winter months. So what are you waiting for? Book your Italy holiday today. For more travel inspiration follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/barrhead.travel Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarrheadTravel Google+: https://plus.google.com/+barrheadtravel Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/barrheadtravel Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barrheadtravel/ Forum / Blog: https://community.barrheadtravel.co.uk/ Musical credit: Arrival By MBB https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial/arrival License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Promotion Video https://youtu.be/FJTbUCw-KMY Music Promoted by Chill Royalty Free Music https://goo.gl/5NfMV4
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Learn how to make tiramisu, the classic Italian dessert! Layers of a decadent mascarpone cheese mixture and lady fingers soaked in espresso and Kahlua. Dessert doesn't get any better than this!! What you'll need: 6 oz water 2 rounded tsp instant espresso powder 50mL Kahlua 6 large egg yolks 1 cup white sugar 2 Tbsp milk 1 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream 1 tsp vanilla extract 8 oz mascarpone cheese (2) 3.5oz boxes Lady Finger cookies unsweetened cocoa powder In a small bowl, bring water to a boil and add in espresso powder. Whisk until dissolved and add in Kahlua. Set aside to cool. In a double boiler or bain marie, combine egg yolks, sugar and milk. While whisking constantly, cook for 8-10 minutes to cook the egg yolks. Mixture should be smooth but not all sugar will dissolve. This is okay. Set aside and let cool. Once cool, transfer to a large bowl and add in room temperature mascarpone cheese. Mix well until smooth. In a stand mixer or large bowl with a hand mixer, combine heavy cream and vanilla and mix on medium-high speed until a stiff whipped cream is made. Be careful as to not mix too long or you'll get butter. Add to cooled egg and mascarpone mixture and fold gently to incorporate. To assemble the tiramisu, dunk lady fingers into espresso mixture for 2-3 seconds and line the bottom of a 9"x9" baking dish with them. Spread half of mascarpone mixture on top, repeat another layer of soaked lady fingers and then spread remainder of mascarpone mixture on top. Cover and refrigerate for AT LEAST 8 hours! It's best to let sit 24-48 hours. To serve, slice and plate and dust the top with unsweetened cocoa powder. Makes 9 servings. Enjoy!! My Links: Google+: https://plus.google.com/+croutoncrackerjacks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crouton-Crackerjacks/549691821747028 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/crackerjackj/ Music by Kevin MacLeod: (http://incompetech.com)
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Since its release in 2016, the Alfa Romeo Giulia has become one of the most acclaimed sport sedans on the market today. At the automaker's historic plant in Cassino Italy, this award-winning luxury car comes to life. Special thanks to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. ------------------------------------------------------ #Cars #Sedans #BusinessInsider Following is a transcript of the video: The Alfa Romeo Giulia. Since its release in 2016, this luxury newcomer has become one of the most acclaimed sport sedans on the market today. Between its fast acceleration, incredible handling, and overall comfortable ride, the Giulia easily stands out amongst the wide array of options in its class. It is at Alfa Romeo's historic plant in Cassino, Italy, where this driving machine comes to life. The Cassino plant has a production capacity of up to 1,000 cars per day. Since opening in 1972, it has produced over 7 million vehicles. The building process begins in the plant's press shop. Here the car's body panels are formed through the use of both hot and cold press metal stamping. A combination of weight, pressure, and intense heat are applied to flat sheets of metal. Temperatures inside the hot metal press can reach as high as 950 degrees Celsius. Next stop is the plant's body shop. It's the most highly-automated area of the plant, featuring almost 1,300 robots. Alfa Romeo takes advantage of new technologies to construct the Giulia’s body, the lightest in its class. Laser brazing is used in place of conventional welding to seamlessly attach the car's aluminum doors, while fully-automated self-piercing riveting joins steel and aluminum components. A special gluing process is then used to attach the carbon fiber roof found on the car's Quadrifoglio performance model. In the plant's paint shop, the car’s body is dipped and turned in an anti-corrosion chemical treatment bath that optimizes bonding to metal surfaces. Sealant is applied robotically to make the vehicle waterproof and airtight. Primer, a base coat, and glossy clear coat finish are then applied to the body. Each car then receives final inspections from paint shop employees. The plastics shop is where all plastic components to the car are formed. This includes front and rear bumpers, dashboard shells, tunnel consoles, fuel tanks and more. These plastic components are constructed through a combination of thermoforming, molding, blowing, and painting. In the plant's assembly shop, the final product comes together. This area features mostly human-performed processes. Here the car’s chassis, engine, and gearbox are attached to the body shell. All glass and plastic components are added to the vehicle as well. After some final weather-testing and time on the dynamometer, the entire process ends with a brief test drive to ensure everything in the car is in working order. -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: https://read.bi/7XqUHI BI on Facebook: https://read.bi/2xOcEcj BI on Instagram: https://read.bi/2Q2D29T BI on Twitter: https://read.bi/2xCnzGF -------------------------------------------------- How The Alfa Romeo Giulia Is Made
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Whether it’s huge metropolitan cities with millions of people or famous landmarks we can’t imagine being without, here places that might disappear soon. Subscribe to American Eye! 6. Everglades The everglades are slowly beginning to vanish due to the pollution of Lake Okeechobee so you might have to visit this one while you still can! This is the only UNESCO world heritage site in the US that made it to the endangered list along with 53 other locations from other nations.The everglades in Florida takes up a massive 2,357 square miles in central Florida but that number could be a lot lower very soon.. The swampy terrain and its animals are underthreat from pollution because of the phosphorus that was extensively used in agriculture in florida. Most people come here to get an upclose look at the alligators that call this place home! However a lot of people probably got surprised if they came across the panthers that live here as well! Lake Okeechobee is not in the best condition and if pollution continues to affect this fragile, swampy ecosystem, there might be any gators left to visit. 5. Coral Reefs Beautiful coral reefs may unfortunately become a thing of the past especially the great barrier reef in Australia. Since coral appears to have a limited ability to adapt with CO2 levels this high and an increase in ocean temperature, their destruction seems inevitable. It appears that the only way they will survive is citizens and lawmakers come together in order to preserve them. The stress brought upon the coral from the warmer temperatures has led to what’s known as coral bleaching, causing them to turn more white. This then makes them weaker and unable to fight off disease. Many species of fish depend on these reefs as sources of food and places to hide from enemies, making it a place where vast biodiverse ecosystems call home. Australia’s great barrier reef the northern part is already severely bleached and at least 60 percent of it has been effected. 4.The City of Timbuktu Located on the southern edge of the Sahara in the country of Mali, is where you’ll find the historical city of Timbuktu which is basically turning into dust. It’s used in expressions, describing a really far away place but it does actually exist and is under threat of disappearing due to drought! Between the 12th and 14 century, this city thrived and was extremely wealthy from trading salt and ivory. It became possibly the most important medieval city in continent of Africa. The historical importance is undeniable but the fertile land that allowed for it to thrive is turning into dry desert which makes it nearly impossible to grow food. Farmers are slaughtering their camels for food since there is no longer grass to feed their cattle. The difficult task of living on land which is going through the process of desertification could prove to be too much and timbuktu could turn into a ghost town, with no one to repair it. 3. Venice Venice is a remarkable city in Northeastern italy where the visitors can see what life was like during the renaissance. Many remarkable monuments have been constructed here and this city showcases some of most unique feats of architecture and artwork. However it doesn’t appear as though this city was meant to last forever, because it is also sinking! Situated in the adriatic sea, it consists of hundreds of tiny little islands. You won’t find any roads here, just canals and those canals do flood occasionally mostly from high tides! The tidal floods seem to be causing more and more destruction of the city The soil in which the city was built isn’t very firm and it seems to be a question of when rather than if it’s going to happen. Italian officials are doing all they can do but it just appears to be a lost cause. 2. The Dead Sea The dead sea makes up part of the border between Israel and Jordan and has quite a few unique properties to it. Could one of the world’s saltiest lakes start drying up finally? The dead sea has the lowest elevation on earth and even though nothing can survive living in this lake, it’s still quite a unique place that many people enjoy visiting. It’s looking like this sea might be dead and it’s losing 2 billion gallons of water each year. A large scale mining operation appears to be the source of the problem as well as water diversions from the Jordan River. As a result of its diminishing size, large sink holes seem to be forming along the coast which has made tourism an issue. There is a plan in effect to try to save the lake which require building a series of pipelines and canals to transport water to it. This would require cooperation between israel and it’s neighboring countries which we all know could be a little difficult. New York City The great city of Atlantis was rumored to once exist and is now completely under the water somewhere out there. Great Egyptian cities have been discovered underwater after being victims of land
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Icy temperatures across Europe have left more than 20 people dead and blanketed even the Greek islands and southern Italy in snow. Italy saw ferries and flights cancelled and schools in the south are expected to close on Monday.Turkey has also been badly affected. The Bosphorus was closed to shipping as a heavy snowstorm hit Istanbul. At least 10 people died of cold in Poland. Night temperatures in Russia plunged to minus 30C. Normally milder Greece has witnessed temperatures of minus 15C in the north where an Afghan migrant died of cold last week and roads were closed. In Athens, the temperature failed to rise above 0C and several of the islands were covered in snow. Some of the Greek islands are home to thousands of migrants and many are being moved to temporary housing and heated tents. Homeless hostels in Italy are opening their doors day and night as the weather was blamed for the deaths of seven people, five of them living out in the open. Airports in Sicily, Bari and Brindisi closed on Saturday. Rome, too, saw freezing temperatures. Russia has experienced its coldest Orthodox Christmas in 120 years. Prague has had the coldest night so far this winter, Czech officials say, with three deaths reported, two of them homeless people. Reports from Bulgaria say two Iraqi migrants were found dead in a forest in the southeast of the country. The cold weather was expected to continue in much of Europe over the weekend. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "World's oldest brewery' found in cave in Israel" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrsOg0VR9_U -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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There is basically NO thick ice left on the Arctic Ocean surface. The thicker ice was mostly exported out to destruction via the Fram Strait & Canadian Archipelago last winter. Ice left is only a weak semblance of its former self, fractured and broken into small pieces & subject to whims of surface currents & winds. I discuss relentless ice melt on the surface from warm air temperatures & rain, below from warm ocean water, & on the edges from waves, winds & export. Not a pretty picture. Please support my videos and educational efforts at http://paulbeckwith.net
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