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This is Esther Horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange Instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘IceBird’ Arctic Ocean sea ice science  project.
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The base for the Arctic Ocean sea ice thickness expeditions is Station Nord. It is the northernmost base in Greenland. The station is occupied by 6 Danish soldiers who stay there for 2 years at a time. Between September and March they are completely alone. In March, as the first climate scientists arrive, the soldiers are very happy to see other human beings again.
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The story was published recently in @nytimes with “Ice Surveys and Neckties at Dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg Bristol, UK in “Working with Scientists” session.
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#climatechange #globalwarming #icebird #alfredwegenerinstitute #greenland #seaice #science #scientist #research #exploration
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This is esther horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘icebird’ arctic ocean sea ice science project.
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the base for the arctic ocean sea ice thickness expeditions is station nord. it is the northernmost base in greenland. the station is occupied by 6 danish soldiers who stay there for 2 years at a time. between september and march they are completely alone. in march, as the first climate scientists arrive, the soldiers are very happy to see other human beings again.
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the story was published recently in @nytimes with “ice surveys and neckties at dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg bristol, uk in “working with scientists” session.
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#climatechange #globalwarming #icebird #alfredwegenerinstitute #greenland #seaice #science #scientist #research #exploration
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This is Esther Horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange Instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘IceBird’ Arctic Ocean sea ice science project.
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The Arctic Ocean sea ice thickness surveys of Alfred Wegener Institute are done on 200 feet altitude, while towing a torpedo looking the instrument called ‘EM Bird’ on 45 feet. This is the instrument which can measure the exact sea ice thickness with a laser detector and electromagnetic device. Flying in such a low altitude with this instrument needs really experienced pilots.
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The story was published recently in @nytimes with “Ice Surveys and Neckties at Dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg Bristol, UK in “Working with Scientists” session.
#climatechange #globalwarming #arctic #arcticocean #seaice #alfredwegenerinstitute #icebird
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This is esther horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘icebird’ arctic ocean sea ice science project.
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the arctic ocean sea ice thickness surveys of alfred wegener institute are done on 200 feet altitude, while towing a torpedo looking the instrument called ‘em bird’ on 45 feet. this is the instrument which can measure the exact sea ice thickness with a laser detector and electromagnetic device. flying in such a low altitude with this instrument needs really experienced pilots.
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the story was published recently in @nytimes with “ice surveys and neckties at dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg bristol, uk in “working with scientists” session.
#climatechange #globalwarming #arctic #arcticocean #seaice #alfredwegenerinstitute #icebird
485 7 20 hours ago
This is Esther Horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange Instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘IceBird’ Arctic Ocean sea ice science research project.
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The base for the Arctic Ocean sea ice thickness expeditions is Station Nord. It is the northernmost base in Greenland. At the station there is no TV, no radio, no cell connection and no internet. Sea ice science team has a satellite phone for emergency calls and an email to get weather forecast for the flights. At a remote place like this there is a disconnection to the world and a strong connection between people who work for the same goal.
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The story was published recently in @nytimes with “Ice Surveys and Neckties at Dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg Bristol, UK in “Working with Scientists” session. 
#arctic #arcticocean #seaice #icebird #greenland #science #scientist #exploration #climatechange #globalwarming #alfredwegenerinstitute
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This is esther horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘icebird’ arctic ocean sea ice science research project.
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the base for the arctic ocean sea ice thickness expeditions is station nord. it is the northernmost base in greenland. at the station there is no tv, no radio, no cell connection and no internet. sea ice science team has a satellite phone for emergency calls and an email to get weather forecast for the flights. at a remote place like this there is a disconnection to the world and a strong connection between people who work for the same goal.
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the story was published recently in @nytimes with “ice surveys and neckties at dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg bristol, uk in “working with scientists” session.
#arctic #arcticocean #seaice #icebird #greenland #science #scientist #exploration #climatechange #globalwarming #alfredwegenerinstitute
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This is Esther Horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange Instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘IceBird’ Arctic Ocean sea ice science project.
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Let me introduce you to Dr. Thomas Krumpen. Dr. Krumpen, from the Alfred Wegener Institute, is the only scientist in the world who measures the Arctic Ocean summer sea ice thickness with an airplane, towing an electromagnetic instrument and that covers large distances and is able to measure the exact sea ice thickness. He is the person who is able to tell us how much the Arctic Ocean sea ice thickness is really decreasing during the summer months.
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The story was published recently in @nytimes with “Ice Surveys and Neckties at Dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg Bristol, UK in “Working with Scientists” session. Thank you for following my work this week and I will be happy to answer any of your questions. #icebird #arctic #arcticocean #seaice #exploration #expedition #climatechange #globalwarming #science #scientist
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This is esther horvath @estherhorvath taking over the @everydayclimatechange instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘icebird’ arctic ocean sea ice science project.
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let me introduce you to dr. thomas krumpen. dr. krumpen, from the alfred wegener institute, is the only scientist in the world who measures the arctic ocean summer sea ice thickness with an airplane, towing an electromagnetic instrument and that covers large distances and is able to measure the exact sea ice thickness. he is the person who is able to tell us how much the arctic ocean sea ice thickness is really decreasing during the summer months.
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the story was published recently in @nytimes with “ice surveys and neckties at dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg bristol, uk in “working with scientists” session. thank you for following my work this week and i will be happy to answer any of your questions. #icebird #arctic #arcticocean #seaice #exploration #expedition #climatechange #globalwarming #science #scientist
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This is Esther Horvath @estherhorvath looking forward to taking over the @everydayclimatechange Instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘IceBird’ Arctic Ocean sea ice science project. My photographs tell the story of the life and work of the scientists who have dedicated their time and expertise to work in one of the most remote locations on our planet, to understand the effects of climate change on the Arctic Ocean sea ice. The story was published recently in @nytimes with “Ice Surveys and Neckties at Dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg Bristol, UK in “Working with Scientists” session. Thank you for following my work this week and I will be happy to answer any of your questions. #icebird #arctic #arcticocean #seaice #exploration #expedition #climatechange #globalwarming #science #scientist
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This is esther horvath @estherhorvath looking forward to taking over the @everydayclimatechange instagram account this week and sharing my documentary work of the ‘icebird’ arctic ocean sea ice science project. my photographs tell the story of the life and work of the scientists who have dedicated their time and expertise to work in one of the most remote locations on our planet, to understand the effects of climate change on the arctic ocean sea ice. the story was published recently in @nytimes with “ice surveys and neckties at dinner” and presenting this week at @wildscreenorg bristol, uk in “working with scientists” session. thank you for following my work this week and i will be happy to answer any of your questions. #icebird #arctic #arcticocean #seaice #exploration #expedition #climatechange #globalwarming #science #scientist
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Photo @ggkenya for @everydayclimatechange. 
Climate change is often seen or interpreted as a
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Photo @ggkenya for @everydayclimatechange.
climate change is often seen or interpreted as a "problem of others", geographically or temporally distant from us, but it is already happening "right here and right now”.
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as well as verona, italy now showing in glasgow, scotland is work from 14 of @everydayclimatechange’s photographers in #trongate103 at @streetlevelphotoworks.
everydayclimatechange is a collective instagram account involving 20 photographers from 6 continents, depicting causes and effects of, and solutions to, everyday climate change. the exhibition runs until 4th november - please do go and visit!
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special thanks to everydayclimatechange member photographer jeremy sutton-hibbert @jshphotog for curating the exhibition 🙏🏾
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image caption:
amina suleiman stands amidst carcasses of what had been her last remaining livestock, in somaliland in april 2017. after four consecutive seasons of failed rains over three years the region was experiencing a drought on a scale not seen since 1974 with 6.2 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. image taken on assignment for @careorg . .
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596 2 3 days ago
Photo by @jbrussell for @everydayclimatechange  Workers at a coal mine near Datong in Shanxi province, China. According to Greenpeace, coal burning power plants remain the largest source of human-made CO2 emissions worldwide, in addition to being a serious health hazard. China is by far the world's largest coal producer followed by the United States, India and the E.U. Following the COP21 conference in Paris in December, 2016, a global movement to save the planet seemed to have begun, steps were taken to move from fossil fuels toward renewable energy sources and a goal to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius by the end of the century was set. The coal industry experienced a dramatic drop when global coal consumption fell between 90 and 180 million tonnes. China has announced plans to halt new coal mine approvals for the next three years and to close 1,000 mines, among other measures, as part of its fight against air pollution. However almost immediately the limits agreed upon in Paris seemed woefully inadequate. An alarming new report by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) claims that should the world warm by more than 1.5 degrees Celsius, which it could do as soon as 2040, the consequences would be catastrophic and hundreds of millions of lives would be at risk. The report says that coal-fired electricity must end by 2050, among other drastic measures, if we are to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. #climatechangeisreal #coal #china #shanxi #datong #energy #climatechange #mining #asia #pollution #globalwarming #UnitedNations #IPCC
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Photo by @jbrussell for @everydayclimatechange workers at a coal mine near datong in shanxi province, china. according to greenpeace, coal burning power plants remain the largest source of human-made co2 emissions worldwide, in addition to being a serious health hazard. china is by far the world's largest coal producer followed by the united states, india and the e.u. following the cop21 conference in paris in december, 2016, a global movement to save the planet seemed to have begun, steps were taken to move from fossil fuels toward renewable energy sources and a goal to keep global warming below 2 degrees celsius by the end of the century was set. the coal industry experienced a dramatic drop when global coal consumption fell between 90 and 180 million tonnes. china has announced plans to halt new coal mine approvals for the next three years and to close 1,000 mines, among other measures, as part of its fight against air pollution. however almost immediately the limits agreed upon in paris seemed woefully inadequate. an alarming new report by the un’s intergovernmental panel on climate change (ipcc) claims that should the world warm by more than 1.5 degrees celsius, which it could do as soon as 2040, the consequences would be catastrophic and hundreds of millions of lives would be at risk. the report says that coal-fired electricity must end by 2050, among other drastic measures, if we are to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees celsius. #climatechangeisreal #coal #china #shanxi #datong #energy #climatechange #mining #asia #pollution #globalwarming #unitednations #ipcc
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Photo by Ashley Crowther @ashleycrowtherorg for @everydayclimatechange: An open-cut coal mine burning from beneath in the North-eastern state of Jharkhand, India leaching out a deadly mix of toxic fumes into our lungs and the atmosphere. Like a bleeding cut in our skin, this is what I imagine what a cut into the Earth looks like - burning and in pain. 
But, what kind of future are we leaving our future ancestors? Will history judge us as the generation that stood back and let reckless government policies and subsidies to fossil fuel companies suck out the life of the earth? 
For decades, we've been told countless times that we need to change our lightbulbs, eat less meat, drive less, or that technology will save us. All true. But what remains unchanged is the lack of penalties or price on destructive and polluting activities. Instead, the fossil fuel industry and governments, like my home country, Australia, have profited off the destruction of the planet and don't want things to change. 
So, I pose a question to them, why is the onus solely on everyday citizens like you and I to change? What excuses do you have? But we already know what they will say: growth, economics, and jobs.
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#everydayclimatechange #climatechange #globalwarming #climatechangeisreal #asia #india #coalmines #coal #fossilfuels #jharkhand #photojournalism #documentaryphotography
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Photo by ashley crowther @ashleycrowtherorg for @everydayclimatechange: an open-cut coal mine burning from beneath in the north-eastern state of jharkhand, india leaching out a deadly mix of toxic fumes into our lungs and the atmosphere. like a bleeding cut in our skin, this is what i imagine what a cut into the earth looks like - burning and in pain. 
but, what kind of future are we leaving our future ancestors? will history judge us as the generation that stood back and let reckless government policies and subsidies to fossil fuel companies s**k out the life of the earth? 
for decades, we've been told countless times that we need to change our lightbulbs, eat less meat, drive less, or that technology will save us. all true. but what remains unchanged is the lack of penalties or price on destructive and polluting activities. instead, the fossil fuel industry and governments, like my home country, australia, have profited off the destruction of the planet and don't want things to change. 
so, i pose a question to them, why is the onus solely on everyday citizens like you and i to change? what excuses do you have? but we already know what they will say: growth, economics, and jobs.
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#everydayclimatechange #climatechange #globalwarming #climatechangeisreal #asia #india #coalmines #coal #fossilfuels #jharkhand #photojournalism #documentaryphotography
647 6 6 days ago
Photo by Jake Price @jakepricenyc for @everydayclimatechange. To see the entire series please visit: https://www.jakeprice.com/blog/2018/10/10/toxic-beauty-on-the-gowanus 
Yesterday the Gowanus Canal was slicked in colors that made it seem like an inspired canvas of expressionistic brilliance. Patterns, colors and textures flowed under the 9th Street bridge for hours as the ebbing tide brought the flowing canvas out to the Upper Bay and then to the Atlantic Ocean. The materials used to make the flowing abstractions were most likely PCBs, heavy metals, pesticides, volatile organic compounds, sewage solids from combined sewer overflows, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, according to the organization #Riverkeeper—in short, as beautiful as the patterns are they are equally as toxic.For those who spend their lives around these toxic bodies of water it’s a different story. For millions of Americans who do not have clean drinking water these irritations are a daily presence and over time can turn life threatening. 
As I watched the deadly colors floating beneath me, thoughts went back to a #guardian article that I read hours earlier stating that Just 100 companies are responsible for 71% of global emissions. That legacy was floating beneath me and it will be in our air, rivers and oceans for decades to come, poisoning what is left of the environment. There is little we can do about that legacy, however the future is a different story—and it’s an urgent one as this week’s UN/IPCC report makes starkly clear stating that we are at brink of no return in regard to total environmental breakdown if we do not transform our industries into ones that no longer emit greenhouse gasses. The 100 companies and nations listed in the article can make a tremendous amount of change should they finally realize that their survival too depends on a planet that can sustain all of us. #gowanus, #gowanuscanal, #climatechange #globalwarming #greenhousegases #petroleum #fossilfuels #cancer #water, #350org, #greenpeace, #unitednations, #globalgoals, #ipcc, #climatechangeisreal # #parisagreement
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Photo by jake price @jakepricenyc for @everydayclimatechange. to see the entire series please visit: https://www.jakeprice.com/blog/2018/10/10/toxic-beauty-on-the-gowanus
yesterday the gowanus canal was slicked in colors that made it seem like an inspired canvas of expressionistic brilliance. patterns, colors and textures flowed under the 9th street bridge for hours as the ebbing tide brought the flowing canvas out to the upper bay and then to the atlantic ocean. the materials used to make the flowing abstractions were most likely pcbs, heavy metals, pesticides, volatile organic compounds, sewage solids from combined sewer overflows, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, according to the organization #riverkeeper—in short, as beautiful as the patterns are they are equally as toxic.for those who spend their lives around these toxic bodies of water it’s a different story. for millions of americans who do not have clean drinking water these irritations are a daily presence and over time can turn life threatening.
as i watched the deadly colors floating beneath me, thoughts went back to a #guardian article that i read hours earlier stating that just 100 companies are responsible for 71% of global emissions. that legacy was floating beneath me and it will be in our air, rivers and oceans for decades to come, poisoning what is left of the environment. there is little we can do about that legacy, however the future is a different story—and it’s an urgent one as this week’s un/ipcc report makes starkly clear stating that we are at brink of no return in regard to total environmental breakdown if we do not transform our industries into ones that no longer emit greenhouse gasses. the 100 companies and nations listed in the article can make a tremendous amount of change should they finally realize that their survival too depends on a planet that can sustain all of us. #gowanus, #gowanuscanal, #climatechange #globalwarming #greenhousegases #petroleum #fossilfuels #cancer #water, #350org, #greenpeace, #unitednations, #globalgoals, #ipcc, #climatechangeisreal # #parisagreement
1,112 12 1 weeks ago
Photo by James Whitlow Delano @jameswhitlowdelano on @everydayclimatechange

Panorama of Rio Napo already a broad river 50 km (31 miles) from the Andes stretches out into the Amazon Basin.  Coca, Ecuador.  The Rio Napa is the main river draining all the petroleum effluent from Ecuador’s petroleum drilling industry.  The Amazon Basin on the eastern slope of the Andes is unique because, in most regions of the world, the mountainous interior is more pristine of environments.  In Andean countries, the mountainous altiplanos (high plains) are where the cities are and the lowland rainforest the frontier.  Oil drilling is done along the base of the Andes in Ecuador upstream from the vast, once pristine rainforests in the Amazonas region.  All the toxic petroleum contamination is carried to the pristine forests, where indigenous people are being poisoned by it, resulting in higher cancer rates where such rates of cancer were unknown 50 years ago.  The global economy is fueled by petroleum and other fossil fuels, sending greenhouse gases into the atmosphere causing climate change.  Viewed holistically, petroleum affects the Amazonian peoples like the Huaorani, Achuar, Secoya, Cofán, etc.

#climatechange #globalwarming #greenhousegases #petroleum #fossilfuels #cancer #water #amazonas #ecuador #rionapo #Amazonwatershed
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Photo by james whitlow delano @jameswhitlowdelano on @everydayclimatechange

panorama of rio napo already a broad river 50 km (31 miles) from the andes stretches out into the amazon basin. coca, ecuador. the rio napa is the main river draining all the petroleum effluent from ecuador’s petroleum drilling industry. the amazon basin on the eastern slope of the andes is unique because, in most regions of the world, the mountainous interior is more pristine of environments. in andean countries, the mountainous altiplanos (high plains) are where the cities are and the lowland rainforest the frontier. oil drilling is done along the base of the andes in ecuador upstream from the vast, once pristine rainforests in the amazonas region. all the toxic petroleum contamination is carried to the pristine forests, where indigenous people are being poisoned by it, resulting in higher cancer rates where such rates of cancer were unknown 50 years ago. the global economy is fueled by petroleum and other fossil fuels, sending greenhouse gases into the atmosphere causing climate change. viewed holistically, petroleum affects the amazonian peoples like the huaorani, achuar, secoya, cofán, etc.

#climatechange #globalwarming #greenhousegases #petroleum #fossilfuels #cancer #water #amazonas #ecuador #rionapo #amazonwatershed #jameswhitlowdelano
373 1 2 weeks ago
Photo by @franckvogel for @everydayclimatechange

The Colorado is the vital artery of the American Southwest but is also the only river in the world that no longer flows into the ocean.

Chris Landry (red jacket) and Jason Weltz from the Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies are working on the impact of dust on snow in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado, in collaboration with Dr. Painter and Dr. Skiles, glaciologists at NASA. They discovered that dust from Arizona dry area (Navajo Nation) comes up here and covers the snowpacks. The “grey” snowpack absorbs 60 to 70% of the solar energy (only 20% with white snow) and melts ever faster. In 2013, the snow melted 2 months earlier and led to the historic lowest water level for the Colorado River and its lakes (Powell and Mead). Due to climate change dry areas are getting dryer and produce always more sand dust, which accelerate the melting process of the snowpacks.

This image is part of the Colorado story from the “Transboundary Rivers” project: www.transboundary-rivers.com

A book « Fleuves Frontières » (Transboundary Rivers) has been released in Sept 2016 by Edition de la Martiniere in France.
#everydayclimatechange #colorado #usa #nasa #scientists #study #coloradoriver #mountains #sanjuanmountains #glaciologists #snowpack #sanddust #albedo  #nationalpark #river #snow #water #transboundaryrivers #project #photojournalism #franckvogel #book #documentaryphotography #picoftheyear #photooftheday #reportage #climatechange
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Photo by @franckvogel for @everydayclimatechange

the colorado is the vital artery of the american southwest but is also the only river in the world that no longer flows into the ocean.

chris landry (red jacket) and jason weltz from the center for snow and avalanche studies are working on the impact of dust on snow in the san juan mountains, colorado, in collaboration with dr. painter and dr. skiles, glaciologists at nasa. they discovered that dust from arizona dry area (navajo nation) comes up here and covers the snowpacks. the “grey” snowpack absorbs 60 to 70% of the solar energy (only 20% with white snow) and melts ever faster. in 2013, the snow melted 2 months earlier and led to the historic lowest water level for the colorado river and its lakes (powell and mead). due to climate change dry areas are getting dryer and produce always more sand dust, which accelerate the melting process of the snowpacks.

this image is part of the colorado story from the “transboundary rivers” project: www.transboundary-rivers.com

a book « fleuves frontières » (transboundary rivers) has been released in sept 2016 by edition de la martiniere in france.
#everydayclimatechange #colorado #usa #nasa #scientists #study #coloradoriver #mountains #sanjuanmountains #glaciologists #snowpack #sanddust #albedo #nationalpark #river #snow #water #transboundaryrivers #project #photojournalism #franckvogel #book #documentaryphotography #picoftheyear #photooftheday #reportage #climatechange
320 2 2 weeks ago
Photo by Amnon Gutman @gutmanen for @everydayclimatechange. People walk on top of a roof in La Défense district, during a hot spring day in Paris, France. This rapid-fire sequence of extreme heat waves is not a trend that is going to end any time soon. A study late last year found that in just the last 10 to 15 years heat waves like this have become 10 times more likely—mostly due to human-caused climate change. the World Meteorological Organization and the World Health Organization, both United Nations organizations, issued their first-ever joint guidelines for dealing with the expected rise in heat waves and their increasing impact on public health. “Heatwaves have emerged as an important hydrometeorological hazard and will remain so, given projected changes in the frequency of extreme heat events associated with human-induced climate change,” the U.N. text warned. @climatechange @globalwarming @climatechangefrance
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Photo by amnon gutman @gutmanen for @everydayclimatechange. people walk on top of a roof in la défense district, during a hot spring day in paris, france. this rapid-fire sequence of extreme heat waves is not a trend that is going to end any time soon. a study late last year found that in just the last 10 to 15 years heat waves like this have become 10 times more likely—mostly due to human-caused climate change. the world meteorological organization and the world health organization, both united nations organizations, issued their first-ever joint guidelines for dealing with the expected rise in heat waves and their increasing impact on public health. “heatwaves have emerged as an important hydrometeorological hazard and will remain so, given projected changes in the frequency of extreme heat events associated with human-induced climate change,” the u.n. text warned. @climatechange @globalwarming @climatechange france
554 4 2 weeks ago