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Videos / Earth Sciences

Volcanic Eruption Shuts Down Airport
A no fly zone has been designated for roughly a 220 kilometer diameter radius around Grimsvotn, Iceland's most active volcano after a May 2011 eruption propelled tonnes of soot and ash into the high atmosphere.

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World's Deepest Lake
Lake Baikal is the world's deepest lake, containing roughly 20% of the Earth's unfrozen surface fresh water. It is 1,642 meters deep, yet is experiencing a rapid climatic shift.

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Survivorman - Costa Rica
In this episode of Survivorman, Les Stroud takes on the exotic jungles of Costa Rica. Watch as he braves the many perils of a South American rainforest.

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Mount Bromo Eruptions
Since November 2010, the volcano Mt. Bromo, located in Java, Indonesia, has been unusually active. This footage was collected by Dr Richard Roscoe, showing eruptions and shockwaves emanating from the volcano.

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Wildfires Destroy Slave Lake, Alberta
On May 15 2011 wildfires ravaged the town of Slave Lake, Alberta, forcing a full evacuation and destroying between a third and half of the town.

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Earth - 100 Million Years In The Future
As you likely know, the Earth's continents were not always in their current configuration. This video shows the last few hundred million years of continental drift/sea levels right through our era and into the future.

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