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4750 M Above Sea Level
 
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View of the Santa Cruz, Andes, Peru.
Views: 11 Cassie Hester
i'm 14,110 ft above sea level!
 
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you guys should visit this place.it's at Colorado.seeing it with your own eyes is better!
Views: 204 pwincessnah
I'm Surviving Man: Episode 15 (3600 Feet Above Sea Level)
 
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Hiking in the Big Indian Wilderness Area of the Catskill Mountains of New York. Used the Mckinley-Hollow Trail to climb Balsam Mtn. Lost the trail 3/4 of a mile in. Had to use a combination of wit and technology to reach the summit and find the trail for the descend. (November 4, 2009)
Views: 718 SonsofOdin729
E-40 - The Ambassador
 
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Sixty eight inches above sea level... ninty three millions miles above these devils... Play me in the winter... play me in the summer... play me in the autumn... any order Play me in the winer... play me in the summer... play me in the autumn... any order Oohh... we gotta anotha one pimp (we got anotha one) Oohh... rock wake'em up boy (wake'em up boy) Sick with it records E-40 (E-40) Oohh [Verse 1:] I'm tryna get ma beak wet... I'm a let u shoot da dice and I'm a side bet... still hungry just ate... madallion same size as a dinner plate... I can't stop... play me fast fuck around and get mollywhopped... Just got my cob out da shop... wat color u paint it pimp... (apricot)... you never stop me in da function with a pink coat... wippin da sweat off ma face with a c-note... they call me uncle 40 water... the ambassador... the top tomata... and to all u sucka's tryina hate... 40 water doin great [Chorus:] I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassoador, I'm the ambassador, I'm ambassador... of da yay (of da yay) I'm the ambassador.I'm the anbassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador... of da yay (of da yay) [Verse 2:] Play me in da winter... play me in da summer... I'm a old schooler and a new comer... 40 got spit'ems ya'll he be gasin... after all these years he still smilin... Dats wat people be sayin... it's somethin about him he got sum die hard fans... (dedicated)... real walkie... people really care about him... local boy made good... ex d-boy... made it out the hood... got his gouda up to par... use to cook yolla in a relish jar... if a sucka trip and try to suck us out the water... don't just sit there and let him murder mouth yo partna... teach his ass a lesson... toot him up and give him the thirty second blessin... [Chorus x2] [Verse 3:] I live in da bay with da sting rays and sharks... delta eighty eight bounty feilds and sky marks... you can't be no mark... marshmellows get pumped if they ain't got no heart... thumper happy... out here they like to clap... don't get mad and come back... get down where they mad at... we'll finish it if u start it... air da club out like a muthafucka farted... money maniac... scorpio... dats ma zodiac... ain't nuthin knew under da sun... I reach in my pocket and give my one's to da bums... wen the homie go down... we bail his ass out... we pass the hat around... I remember wen they thought the west was a gonna... I gave'em cpr and brought us out a comma... [Chorus:] I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador.I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador... of da yay (of da yay) I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador, I'm the ambassador... of da yay (of da yay)...
Views: 213382 Jonathan Estrada
Sea level - King Grand
 
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From the album "On The Edge" 1978 love this one
Views: 4299 jazzpedia
The Minaret of Jam
 
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The 12th Century archaeological site of Jam lies at the confluence of the Hari Rudd and Jam Rudd, 215 km east of Herat, in the remote, mountainous province of Ghur, about 1900 m above sea-level. Thought to be Firuzkoh, the Ghurid summer capital. The 63m high fired-brick minaret is the second tallest in the world; the Ghurids also built the taller Qutb Minar in Delhi.
Views: 2370 aburamlat
Lofer town in Austria 2009
 
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Lofer is a market town in the Pinzgau region of Salzburg (state) in Austria. It also hosts a modest ski resort, with 14 major runs. It is located at an elevation of 626 m above sea level, in the valley of the Saalach river. As of 2001, Lofer had a population of 1,943. Although the valley's smallest community in terms of area (just 55 km²), its population of 2,000 actually makes it the most heavily populated of the Saalach Valley's four towns.
Views: 17665 demjengi
SHAN;SVANETI;სვანეთი;Сванетия;Svanètia;Swanetien;Svanethi;
 
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スヴァネティ;Svanetië;Суан;Szvanéti ;Svanetija;סוואנתי; Surrounded by 3,0005,000 meter peaks, Svanetia is the highest inhabited area in Europe. Four of the 10 highest peaks of the Caucasus are located in the region. The highest mountain in Georgia, Mount Shkhara at 5,201 meters (17,059 feet), is located in the province. Other prominent peaks include Tetnuldi (4,974m./16,319ft.), Shota Rustaveli (4,960m./16,273ft.), Mt. Ushba (4,710m./15,453ft.), and Ailama (4,525m./14,842ft.). Situated on the southern slopes of the central Greater Caucasus, Svanetia extends over the upper valleys of the Rioni, Enguri and Tskhenistskali. Geographically and historically, the province has been divided into two parts—Upper Svanetia (Zemo Svaneti; the present day Mestia Raioni) and Lower Svanetia (Kvemo Svaneti; the present day Lentekhi Raioni)—centering on the valleys of the upper reaches of the two rivers Enguri and Cxenis-cqali, respectively. They are distributed between the present-day regions of Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti and Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti respectively. Historical Svanetia also included the Kodori Gorge in the adjoining rebel province of Abkhazia, and part of the adjacent river valleys of Kuban and Baksan of Russia. The landscape of Svanetia is dominated by mountains that are separated by deep gorges. Most of the region which lies below 1,800 meters (5,904ft.) above sea level is covered by mixed and coniferous forests. The forest zone is made up of tree species such as spruce, fir, beech, oak, and hornbeam. Other species that are less common but may still be found in some areas include chestnut, birch, maple, pine and box. The zone which extends from 1,800 meters to roughly about 3,000 meters (5,9049,840ft.) above sea level consists of alpine meadows and grasslands. Eternal snows and glaciers take over in areas that are over 3,000 meters above sea level. The region is notable for its glaciers and picturesque summits. Svanetia's signature peak is probably Mt. Ushba which towers over the Inguri Gorge and can be seen from many parts of the region... The climate of Svanetia is humid and is influenced by the air masses coming in from the Black Sea throughout the year. Average temperatures and precipitation vary considerably with elevation. Annual precipitation ranges between 1000 and 3200mm (39 and 126 inches). The highest amount of precipitation falls on the Greater Caucasus Mountains. The region is characterized by very heavy snowfall in the winter and avalanches are a frequent occurrence. Snow cover may reach 5 meters (16.4 feet) in some areas. In general, the lowest regions of Svanetia (8001200 meters/26243936 feet above sea level) are characterized by long, warm summers and relatively cold and snowy winters. Middle altitudes (1200-1800 meters above sea level) experience relatively warm summers and cold winters. Areas above 2000 meters above sea level lie within a zone that experiences short, cool summers (less than 3 months) and long and cold winters. Large parts of Svanetia lie above 3000 meters (9840 feet) above sea level, a zone which does not have a real summer. Due to Svanetia's close proximity to the Black Sea, the region is spared from the extremely cold winter temperatures that are characteristic of high mountains. Svanetia boasts the most complex form polyphonic singing. Svanetia is known for their architectural treasures and picturesque landscapes. The Svan language (ლუშნუ ნინ/შკა̈ნ, lušnu nin/šḳän; Georgian: სვანური ენა, svanuri ena) is a language spoken by Svans in Svaneti, in the Caucasus region, Northwest of Georgia.
Views: 6358 shan mshan
3,000m 縄跳び /  jump roping at 3,000m above sea level
 
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北岳の肩の小屋 標高3,000mで実験してみました 酸素は薄いのか さあ どうでしょう on the way to kitadake, i did an experiment to see if oxygen is really thinner, 3000m above sea level ...and it was, as i got tired after a few seconds of jump roping, which doesnt happen at sea level
Views: 276 ubahnguy
Trollvasstind, Dalsfjorden, Sunnmørsalpane, Norway
 
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Hike to mt. Trollvasstind in the Alps of Sunnmøre, western Norway, in july 2009. The summit is 1285 m (4215 ft). above sea level. Fjelltur til toppen av Trollvasstind i Volda på Sunnmøre. Toppene Bytingstind, Kvasseggja, Felden, Lisjetoren, Klakken, Frøhornet, Sandhornet, Tenna m.fl. ligger i nærheten. Trollvasstind er grensefjell mellom Dalsbygd, Bjørkedalen og Kile. Flotte overganger i flere retninger.
Views: 930 vikingskipdotcom
Maria Alm am Steinernen Meer in Austria
 
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Maria Alm Nestled amid a green, pristine natural setting and set against the backdrop of the Steinernes Meer and the Hochkönig, Maria Alm lies at an elevation of 802 meters above sea level and also includes the two mountain villages, Hintermoos and Hinterthal. Maria Alm with 2200 residents is the largest of the three villages. The pilgrimage church in the heart of the town has the highest church tower (76 meters) in the entire Salzburg province.
Views: 25178 demjengi
trailer 510 meters above sea level
 
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Trailer for Shortfilm "510 meters above sea level" by Kerstin Polte and Anina Gmuer, ZHdK 2008
Views: 7982 Kerstin Polte
Kjerag big stone Norwegia 2009
 
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Kjerag or Kiragg is a Norwegian mountain, located in Lysefjorden, in Forsand municipality, Rogaland. Its highest point is 1110 m above sea level, but its northern drop to Lysefjorden attracts most visitors. The drop is 984 m (3,228 ft) and is just by the famous Kjeragbolten, a 5 m³ big stone which is plugged between two rocks. Wikipedia
Views: 2747 MrKrzyspol
Phu Rua National Park, Loei, Thailand ภูเรือ จ.เลย ประเทศไทย
 
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Located in Loei, one of the coolest provinces of Thailand. Phu Ruea is the highest peak of 1,365m above sea level. At the top, it is viewpoint that you can panoramically see Hueang and Khong Rivers. Pha Lon Noi is good point to see the sun rise.
Views: 24032 travelthai
View from Mt Elbert summit -- 14,440 ft above sea level
 
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I'm toothy in this video..it was so cold and windy that I was gritting my teeth. That's why it looks funny when I'm talking. I battled 40-50 mph winds on the hike and numb fingers to make it to the top. Winds at the summit were about 50 mph. near Leadville, CO
Views: 386 Em U
The Best of Sweden -  Kåseberga
 
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Kåseberga is located in southern Skåne. Next door is Sandhammaren rev shooting up 30 meters above sea level. From the top you can see in the west Ystad and Bornholm in the southeast. 600 meters northwest lies Ales stones. Kåseberga Harbor The only port on the coast between Ystad and Skillinge. Chart: 839. Position: 55 ° 23.0 N, 14 ° 03.9 E, fyrbelyst approaches. Port Depth: 2 -2.5 m Guest Places: Approx 20 Mooring: alongside Host Port: The port Kåseberga Kiosk, tel +46(0)411-527144. Harbor: 130: --/dygn including electricity. Port Service: Restaurant. Kiosk. Shower. Toilets. Tie. Other: Beach, 150 m. fish, Cafe, Ales Rocks 600 m In the port of Kåseberga is a museum across the sea rescue service in Sweden. Lifesaving cruiser n.a. Bååth is in port musiebåt. According to Rune Bunte article fisheries and fishing villages in Skåne has Kåseberga mentioned in the literature during the Middle Ages, together with inter alia Skanör, Falsterbo, Malmö, Skåre, Ystad and Simrishamn such as regulated fishing for fisheries and fish trade. The same article had Kåseberga years 1684 nine rowing boats and 18 crewmen. In 1858 there were 24 actual fishermen in Kåseberga and these households had a combined income of 12 600 kronor. In addition to these fishermen were a large number of binary's fishermen, for example, fish farmers, who could quickly adapt to different work situations, depending on business cycles. To Kåseberga had quite a great importance as a fishing village shows, inter alia, by an aggregate ranking as to the number of fishermen, the cost of fishing as well as profitability in the years 1876-1960. For this suggests that Kåseberga among Skåne about 50 towns and fishing villages remained as No 17 and 18 in the years 1881-1890 and then was greater than for example Simrishamn as "fish producer." Even during the years 1931-1940 was Kåseberga as No 17 and 18 in the ranking of Skåne fishing villages while the ranking was 39 years 1916-1920 for the years 1951-1955 to go up to number 14.
Views: 11265 SwedenTouristTV
Mt.Hut M.Defner -Parnassos - Greece
 
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Located at mountain Parnassos, at 1800 meters above sea level, refuge M.Defner is considered to be one of the finest of its kind in Greece. Offers quality food and lodging, with spectacular views of Corinthian sea and the mountains of Peloponnese. It can be accessed easily by car and is situated only 500 meters from the lifts of Gerodovrahos-Parnassos pists.Music:The Herbalizer
Views: 944 Nikos Rekaris
Sarez Lake - Сарезское озеро
 
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The Problems of Lake Sarez: Sarez Lake is a lake in Rushon district of Gorno-Badakhshan province, Tajikistan. Length about 55.8 km, depth few hundred meters, water surface elevation about 3,263 m over sea level and volume of water is more than 16 km³. The mountains around come up more than 2,416 m over the lake level. The lake formed in 1911, after a great earthquake, when the Murghab River was blocked by a big landslide. Scientists believe that the landslide dam formed by the earthquake, known as the Usoi Dam, is unstable given local seismicity, and that the terrain below the lake is in danger of catastrophic flood if the dam were to fail during a future earthquake.[1] But its a paradox, the beautiful Sarez is fraught with dreadful danger - 17 bin. m3 of water this lake will turn into a terrible "dragon" for the Central Asia in case of downfall of the obstruction. There are some other epithets among explorers, for example, they compare Sarez to Murgob "an incendiary bomb". It's difficult not to agree to such epithets-many specialists of the past suggested that there is a danger of breaking of the lake and even predicted the date of feasible catastrophe. The wash out Usoy overload and brake of Sarez lake is quite possible. There are reasons for such inferences: -after 38 years of "lull" in September 1994 the washout of tail - water of Usoy overload by filtration waters began again. More over erosive canyon in the lower slope of obstruction moved upwards to the lake for 45m,in the body of overload appeared a lot of springs: -landslip removals take place on the shores of Sarez lake appers landslides with displacement or rocks. In 1987 about 12 km to the East of Usoy obstruction a landslip by volume of 20 min m took place, which was the reason of 2 m and 16 m high waves in the defined water area of Sarez. So the situation on Sarez obviously get complicated. In this connection in April, 1993 Visechairman of the supreme Soviet of Tajikistan A. Dostiev in the international seminar on Aral problems in Washington said: "The feasible downfall of Sarez waters may envelope the border and territories of Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Usbekistan and Turkmenistan. Population of 5 million people, objects) agricultural lands, vegetation and animals may be gone away with water, (fig 1) That's why the break of Sarez must be apprehended not only as a problem of possible catastrophic calamity of Central Asia countries, but also as an ecological problem of world community. In this connection the intergovernmental commission of experts on Sarez as long ago, as 80th considered that its inadmissible to Sarez without regulation of flowing and without guarantees of full relability of Usoy obstrction All that became a reason for inclusion of Sarez problem into common problem of Aral sea.
Views: 38444 Faaariddd
Randall Bramblett - Solo Career, Sea Level, Gregg Allman (3 of 10)
 
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http://livinglegendsmusic.com http://www.randallbramblett.com/ An exclusive series of Living Legends Music interviews with Randall Bramblett. Part 3 of 10. Recorded on January 21st, 2009 at Living Legends Studios in Altamonte Springs, FL.
Views: 5585 LivingLegendsMusic
Farewell, Tuvalu
 
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At its highest, Tuvalu is only 4.5 m above sea level, and could be one of the first nations to experience the effects of sea level rise caused byclimate change. Not only could parts of the island be flooded, the rising saltwater table could destroy deep rooted food crops such as coconut and taro. In 2007, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Fourth Assessment Report predicted that by 2100, global warming will lead to a sea level rise of 19 to 58 cm, depending on which of six possible world scenarios comes to pass. These sea level rises could lead to difficulties for shore-based communities in the next centuries: for example, many major cities such as London and New Orleans already need storm-surge defenses, and would need more if sea level rose, though they also face issues such as sinking land. Sea level rise could also displace many shore-based populations: for example it is estimated that a sea level rise of just 20 cm could create 740,000 homeless people in Nigeria, Maldives, Tuvalu, and other low-lying countries are among the areas that are at the highest level of risk. The UN's environmental panel has warned that, at current rates, sea level would be high enough to make the Maldives uninhabitable by 2100
Views: 5963 Runa Hj Kile
Sognefjord Cruise, Norway HD
 
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The Sognefjord (Sognefjorden) is the largest fjord in Norway, and the second longest in the worl. The fjord reaches a maximum depth of 1,308 m (4,291 ft) below sea level.
Views: 1462 Stefan du Toit
warbow shoot5
 
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My new warbow. 80#32". Real dutch yew! Extreme low altitude! In fact grown 2.5m below sea level. Arrow pass 36x28mm 2m n.t.n. 2/3 is sapwood. Almost no knots/pins. I did cut/season/made it myself.
Views: 2227 jeroenreintdrenth
The last few meters
 
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August 18, 2009. Balázs, Laca (shooting the video), Szabcsi & myself finally reached the summit of Mont Blanc, 4810 m above sea level. We took the normal ascent from France. Route: Les Houches - Nid d'Aigle - Tete Rousse - Dom de Gouter - Mont Blanc. See more at www.endorfin.blog.hu
Views: 17338 hunquintil
Teide - Volcanic mountain of Tenerife
 
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Teide is the highest mountain in Spain, 3718 m above sea level, and approx 7500 m above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. It's the third largest volcano on Earth on a volcanic ocean island. Tenerife's volcanic formation started to develop itself in the ocean bottom 20-50 million years ago. The volcano and its surroundings, including the whole of the Las Cañadas caldera, are protected in a national park, the Parque Nacional del Teide. Teide National Park was declared as World Heritage site by the UNESCO in summer 2007. More of our adventures: http://jokisaari.net/canarias/.
Views: 3885 JokisaariTravels
HK450 hovering in the mountains
 
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I've tried to hover 1000 meters over the sea. From the mountain with height 994 m. :-)
Views: 531 Maxim Izergin
Aptian parasequence formation as an indicator of relative sea level changes
 
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This study covers five Early Cretaceous stratigraphic sections from southern Croatia located on the islands of Korcula, Hvar, Mljet, and the Peljesac Penninsula. The observed succession was deposited on the Adriatic Platform in the Tethys Ocean from 125 ma to 112 ma, resulting in a variable thickness of exposed carbonate rocks from ~30 m to ~77 m. Three depositional facies assemblages are identified within the sections: subtidal, intertidal-supratidal, and subaerial exposure. The subtidal facies are composed of thin to massive bedded bioclastic peloidal lime mudstones to grainstones containing rudist bivalves, benthic forams Palorbitolina lenticularis and Preachrysalidina infractetacea, calcareous alga Salpingoporella dinarica, and microencruster Bacinella irregularis. The intertidal to supratidal facies are thin to thick beds of planar and microbial laminites consisting of alternating layers of lime mudstone and peloidal wacke-packstone. Subaerial exposure facies are thin to thick beds of breccias and residual clay. The vertical succession of these facies shows repeated shallowing-upward parasequence packaging. The hierarchy of facies and lateral distribution of the parasequences indicate that relative sea level changes were the dominant depositional process with minor local progradation of shallow facies. The parasequence architecture indicates an Early Aptian high relative sea level generally coincident with the global Ocean Anoxic Event 1a. The early Late Aptian parasequences show relatively low sea level causing repeated subaerial exposure across the majority of the sections. The limited fossil record, periods of erosion, and amalgamation of parasequences in subtidal facies all inhibit high resolution correlation of the observed sea level changes to global events.
Views: 1013 sluscholars
Machu Picchu
 
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Machu Picchu is located 43 miles northwest of Cuzco at top of a ridge above the Urubamba river gorge. Machu Picchu is nestled on a saddle between the highland mountains and Huayna Picchu or Wayna Picchu ("Young Peak"), around which the Urubamba River takes a sharp bend. The altitude of the main site is over 2350 m above sea level. The adjoining peak Wayna Picchu ("Young Peak"), measures 2720 m. The Urubamba River below is at an altitude of 2000m. For more information please visit http://expeterra.blogspot.com/2011/05/machu-picchu-introduction.html
Views: 4612 Heike
TheniTeaEstate2009
 
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MEGAMALAI - From Theni its take 45 kms & 120 km from Madurai to reach the megamalai Tea Estate, its lies 1500 m above sea level. These hills abound in cardamom estates and tea plantations and is a fine spot with lovely atmosphere.
Views: 1098 Niresh B
Triglav2009
 
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Triglav (2863 m above sea level), Slovenia, end May 2009. Endorphine Adventure Crew (Balázs, Laca, Gergő) feat. Ákos&Gyuri on top of the Julian Alps. First occasion that we took our flag with us - apparently, it was still very intact... 3 days, all kind of weather: heavy snowfall, fog, thick clouds, sunshine, wind. Great mountains, great time. See more at www.endorfin.blog.hu Music: The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army
Views: 1178 hunquintil
Paravani Lake (Georgia)
 
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Paravani lake is a lake in Georgia located 2,073 meters above the sea level. This video is about underwater archaeology.
Views: 13151 George from Georgia
Sea shell fossils at 800 m. Tasmania Australia
 
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Sea shell fossils found at 800 meters above sea level, evidence of a global flood. Mount Victoria, North East Tasmania. And there were no evolutionists relations harmed in the making of this short film. www.soulwinners.com.au
Views: 3715 fishermanpete
Shiga Kogen's old song
 
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picnic at Higashitateyama Summit. 2000 m. above sea level. Shiga Kogen, Nagano Ken, Japan. Jan 2009. http://www.shigakogen.gr.jp/english/
Views: 90 Meg Y.
Indonesia: Sunrise and Walking Up Mount Bromo Java
 
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http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com A 3:30 a.m. knock on the door for sunrise on Mount Bromo. Dressed warmly with socks on my hands instead of mittens, the group loaded into jeeps for the jolting ride up the mountain to the main viewpoint, 2,700m/8,800' above sea level. Hundreds of tourists there, waiting for a non-event, no sunrise today over Mount Bromo. From there, back down the mountain to the Sand Sea where tourists can hire a horse for the ride to the steps up Mount Bromo or walk. Sunrise or not, how often does a person have a chance to stand on an active volcano and look down the cone? A definite visit.
Views: 62628 Sheila Simkin
Pumpa on Grosses Wiesbachhorn
 
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Guitar section of Pumpa Band reaching the summit of Grosses Wiesbachhorn (3570 m above sea level)
Views: 1422 pavelmarcel
Sirio GPE 27 5/8, strong wind, at 1400m above sea level.
 
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Sirio GPE 27 5/8, strong wind, at 1400m above sea level.
Views: 5094 Dan Nicolae
Hvalfjarðargöngin - Hvalfjörður Tunnel
 
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Drive through the Hvalfjörður Tunnel in Iceland. It is 5762 meters long and has a depth of 165 meters below sea level. The tunnel was opened on 11 July 1998. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hvalfjarðargöngin
Views: 3105 stefankamuc
El Teide Tenerife
 
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At 3718 m above sea level, and approximately 7500 m above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, Teide is the highest mountain in Spain and highest point in the Atlantic Ocean
Views: 9339 Lukfru
Environment Norway - Huge landfill in neibourhood
 
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The Mjelstad Miljø landfill on the Island of Osterøy outside Bergen on the west coast of Norway. The landfill was established 1999 and lies on a mountain top about 200 m above sea level. The landfill is surrounded by the villages of Hjellvik and Hamre. Waste water from the landfill goes through a 3 km pipeline into the Osterfjord at a depth about 30 meters. This video taken17th. nov 2009 shows a part of the landfill one can see in the neibourhood of Mjelstad. Read more on facebook (some english text is now avaiable in the forum and pictures): http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/group.php?gid=48877449878
Views: 337 MrBeinhardt
SEA LEVEL - LIVING IN A DREAM 1978
 
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Though Sea Level is generally considered a byproduct of the Allman Brothers mid 70s breakup. Historical perspective places the band at the forefront of a strain of Jazz-Rock fusion developed in the Southeast during the 1970s.
Views: 32583 Daniela Flores
The High.mov
 
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This was the original plan, but has changed since. The High - Ultra marathon in foothills of Himalayas. Updated dates for 1st edition are 24-26th July 2010. Check further details on www.thehigh.in Total distance of 135 miles (217 km) Old plan: It starts from Manali, 6,725 ft (2,050 m) above sea level. The highest point you will cross is Baralacha La 16,048 ft (4,892 m) above sea level. After first 20 km, rest of the run is at an altitude higher than their highest point! The cumulative vertical ascent is 14,360 ft and it runs over 2 passes. The cumulative vertical descent is 7,133 ft (2,174 m) And the cut off is 60 hours.
Views: 478 Rajat Chauhan
Sea-level Altitude (hypoxic) Training for Swimmers
 
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Here we demostrate how Intermittent Hypoxic training may be used for swimmers. Intermittent Hypoxic Training uses specialised equipment to produce the benefits of training at Altitude. In a double-blind placebo controlled study, highly trained athletes demonstrate astounding 40% anaerobic performance boost (exercise until exhaustion), and 20% aerobic performance increase as result of training at altitude.
Views: 3539 PerfKinetics
Finca El Tossal in Bolulla, Spain
 
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The country Hotel Finca El Tossal is located 300 m above sea level, inland from the attractive coast of Altea and Albir. The finca is approximately 8 km far away from the sea and the coast area, where you can enjoy the tranquillity and the nature. Directly from the hideaway you have the posibility to go hiking and go on mountainbike tour. Who is looking for calmness, will just enjoy the views which are around the Finca El Tossal and get relax in a romantic place or on the terrace. The rooms (all junior suites) face south with breathtaking See more at: http://en.escapio.com/hotel/finca-el-tossal
Views: 372 Escapiohotels
Ski studio la foux d'allos for rent
 
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* Bright south facing fully furnished 23M2 studio * Sleeps 4/5 people * Situated in the centre of La Foux D'allos 1,800m above sea level * largest skiing areas in the Southern Alps with 165 km of ski runs. * 8m2 Terrace * 100 meters from ski lifts. * Skiing from December to March with a variety of other activities both in summer and winter. Go to http://afrenchhouse.com/ for more information on booking
Views: 467 AfrenchHouse
Sea Level Rise
 
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This Video shows a simple model of sea level rise being view in Eonfusion, first on a large area and last on a smaller region which has had a recession model applied to it. The study area is at South Arm Beach near Hobart in Tasmania, Australia. This video was the result of a research project by Alex Leith at the University of Tasmania
Views: 949 Alex Leith
Ein Gedi & The Dead Sea Part II (HQ)©
 
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No copyright infringment intended! This video clip ( pictures ,film, art work, music ) has been edited and uploaded for ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSE'S ONLY! FAIR USE ACT The Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth, roughly 1,300 feet (400 meters) below sea level. It is 34 miles (55 km.) long and varies between 11 miles (18 km.) and 2 miles (3 km.) in width. The Sea is 1,400 feet (430 m.) deep. This unique sea is fed by the Jordan River. There is no outflow; and the exceptionally high rate of evaporation (high temperatures, low humidity) produces large quantities of raw chemicals. These are extracted and exported throughout the world for use in medicine, agriculture and industry. The Dead Sea is actually shrinking. The southern end is now fed by a canal maintained by the Dead Sea Works, a company that converts the Sea's raw materials, particularly phosphates, into commercial products
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strombolian activity
 
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(from wikipedia) Stromboli (Sicilian: Stròmbuli, Greek: Στρογγύλη Strongulē) is a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, containing one of the three active volcanoes in Italy. It is one of the eight Aeolian Islands, a volcanic arc north of Sicily. This name is a corruption of the Ancient Greek name Strongulē which was given to it because of its round swelling form. The island has a population of between 400 and 750. The volcano has erupted many times, and is constantly active with minor eruptions, often visible from many points on the island and from the surrounding sea. The last major eruption was in August 2, 2008. Stromboli stands 924 m (3,031 ft) above sea level,[1] but actually rises over 2,000 m (6,500 ft) above the sea floor. There are three active craters at the peak. A significant geological feature of the volcano is the Sciara del Fuoco ("Stream of fire"), a big horseshoe-shaped depression generated in the last 13,000 years by several collapses on the north western side of the cone Strombolian eruption; Exposure of several seconds. The dashed trajectories are the result of lava pieces with a bright hot side and a cool dark side rotating in mid-air. Stromboli is remarkable because of the length of time for which it has been in almost continuous eruption. For at least the last 2,000 years, the same pattern of eruption was maintained, in which explosions occurred at the summit craters with mild to moderate eruptions of incandescent volcanic bombs at intervals ranging from minutes to hours, something which proved a considerable tourist attraction. This characteristic Strombolian eruption, as it is known, is also observed at other volcanoes worldwide. Eruptions from the summit craters typically result in few second-lasting mild energetic bursts emitting ash, incandescent lava fragments and lithic blocks up to a few hundred meters high. Stromboli's activity is almost exclusively explosive, but lava flows do occasionally occur - an effusive eruption in 2002 was its first in 17 years. The mildly explosive eruptions are also occasionally punctuated by much larger eruptions. The largest eruption of the last hundred years occurred in 1930, and resulted in the deaths of several people and the destruction of a number of houses by flying volcanic bombs. Large eruptions occur at intervals of years to decades, and the most recent large eruption began in 2002, causing the closure of the island to non-residents for several months. The eruption started with a lava flow (29 December 2002) along the "Sciara del Fuoco" flank that rapidly reached the sea. On 30 December 2002, a huge volume of rocks collapsed from the "Sciara del Fuoco" generating at least two landslides and many tsunami waves. The highest wave was 10 m high and caused serious damage at the Stromboli village. On 5 April 2003, a strong explosion from the summit crater ejected rocks that reached Ginostra village, damaging some houses. The eruption terminated on July 2003. On 27 February 2007, two new craters opened on the island, with lava flowing into the sea from one of them.[2] Since then, ongoing eruptions have been less predictable and consequently the summit has been placed out of bounds to tourists.
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Sea Eagle 12.6 inflatable boat with Mercury 15HP 2 stroke no load
 
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Myself alone cruising on my Sea Eagle 12.6 inflatable boat with Mercury 15HP 2 stroke on El Granero in the State of Chihuahua Mexico. Altitude 1,100 meters above sea level. Outboard has been modified (carburator jets) to operate at high altitudes. Video recorded on September 2007. No load except for myself, the gas tank and the outboard. Speed unknown.
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Nicole M. ASL video #2
 
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Sea to Summit Challenge 2008 - SBS Tour de France Host Mike Tomalaris
 
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Sea to Summit Challenge is one of Australia's ultimate single day cycling events. The ride starts on the beach in Merimbula on the NSW South Coast and ends some 14 hours later on the summit of Australia's highest mountain - Mt Kosciuszko, 2,228m above sea level. 5,500m of climbing and almost 250km; road and mountain bikes. Sea to Summit Challenge raises funds and awareness for Redkite and children's cancer and leukaemia.
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