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This is unrecognized place, located at north of Cundinamarca, Colombia. Its called Monolitos de hatofiero; Top of view, this figures are similar a dinosaur and crocodile monster.
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This is a shot taken on autumn 2017 in Embalse de Entrepeñas (Spain), where the devastation of the place is clearly visible due to global warming and the wrong regulations taken nationwide that take water out of empov...
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Giant pieces of melting ice, remnants of the collapsing glacier, float motionlessly in the mud-coloured brown glacier lake until they vanish forever. Hoffellsjökull, Iceland.
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Nerpiche Lake, North East Siberia, floods of June-August 2018. Compare it to http://www.dronestagr.am/a-stream-in-the-tundra-near-the-nerpiche-lake-middle-of-nowhere-north-east-siberia/
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Pacifica Coastal Erosion 10-29-17
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Above the sea(s). Surfing the clouds. Preserve nature.
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I will tree here. Standing up. Preserve nature.
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The haze is an annual problem caused by fires set in forest and on carbon-rich peatland in Indonesia to quickly and cheaply clear land for palm oil and pulpwood plantations.
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Highway 50, West, to Orlando, FL, crossing the St. Johns River on the wonderful rural to suburban East Orlando
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Airboat launch, Hwy 50, East of Orlando, FL
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Results of the Central Florida fires in the months of draught.
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A view of the St. Johns River and the draught starved wilderness, fire smoke in the horizon, South Easterly view, from Midway Hwy 50.
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Concordia City in Argentina under a Flood. You can see the contrast between the train and a small boat. Photo: Tomás Thibaud - Drone Films Project All rights reserved: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @Dronefp
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Vatnajökull, Icelands largest glacier, is covering eight percent of Iceland. But it is melting way too fast because of the global warming.
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This Picture is showing only a very small part of the impressive glacier (Vatnajökull) and its crevasses. Due to the climate change the glacier melts way faster than expected.
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Venice will be protected against the raising sea level by MOSE, one of the world most amazing engineering project. The gigantics bulkhead are waiting to be sink to the seabed, from where they will raise, closing the l...
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In East Greenland hunt still reminds old time. But for how long people will be able to you dogsled to hunt? The Inuit started to sell their dogs last winter... Ice condition to hard during winter.
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Hidden in the Canning River (Perth, WA) between Salter Point and Shelley there lays an old WWII Barge
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This is a camp for peatland restoration that monitors the flora and fauna in Sabangau National Park. A useful monitoring technique is to record the wildlife occurring in peatlands. In this way, research can provide va...
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The river just cut off the meander loop through the permafrost. New oxbow lake will be formed in few seasons.
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As the climate change, the ice is not formed in East Greenland. It impact the Inuit culture that live on the ice to hunt.
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Our expedition group (and the snow scooters) looking out over the ever melting sea ice. Last year was a very poor sea ice year...
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smoke rising from a district heating station on a frosty winter morning