This video is a basic introduction to sea charts. We will go through how to read depths and bridge heights, plot magnetic and true courses from the compass rose using a parallel ruler and how to measure distance in nautical miles. In particular detail is information on converting from magnetic to true and from true to magnetic. This is on of the fundamental skills required for coastal navigation.
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Graphs shouldn't be scary! They're just data! And even though I have a masters degree in environmental studies, this graph, once it was explained to me, changed how I felt about the impacts we were having on the planet completely. Of course, being scared by this graph depends on you caring about human life beyond your own lifespan which, like, seems like a fairly easy thing to me, but maybe not to a lot of other people. Or maybe we're all just assuming that in the 500+ years it would take for the warming to result in a full melt, we'll be able to fix these problems some other way. Fingers crossed...I guess. Check out my Hankschannel video on Global Warming here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqDyHYJFhSM Citations! Global sea-level rise: weighing country responsibility and risk https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10584-016-1703-4 Committed sea-level rise under the Paris Agreement and the legacy of delayed mitigation action https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-02985-8 Flood damage costs under the sea level rise with warming of 1.5 ◦C and 2 ◦C http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/aacc76/pdf ---- Subscribe to our newsletter! http://nerdfighteria.com/newsletter/ And join the community at http://nerdfighteria.com http://effyeahnerdfighters.com Help transcribe videos - http://nerdfighteria.info John's twitter - http://twitter.com/johngreen John's tumblr - http://fishingboatproceeds.tumblr.com Hank's twitter - http://twitter.com/hankgreen Hank's tumblr - http://edwardspoonhands.tumblr.com
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Shared from original at the The COMET Program/MetEd channel - https://youtu.be/FuLa6xjwNco Published on Sep 28, 2016 Produced in collaboration between NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey (NGS) and The COMET Program, this video explains NOAA’s VDatum tool and its role in facilitating height transformations between vertical datums including tidal, orthometric, and ellipsoidal datums. It also provides an overview of different types of vertical datums and how they may be used for different applications with a focus on coastal areas and navigation services. Leaders from NOAA as well as other government agencies such as the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) among others, along with GIS users, coastal managers and research scientists will find this 5 minute video helpful for understanding the importance of using consistent vertical datums when working with height information. For more information on geospatial infrastructure, visit http://www.geodesy.noaa.gov/. Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License
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Let's have a closer look at "Tidal Heights" and "Chart Datum". On nautical charts, soundings and drying heights are measured from Chart Datum. Chart Datum is the Lowest Astronomical Tide or L A T , meaning the lowest level to which the tide is expected to fall. All depths on a chart are measured below chart datum and all drying heights are measured above it. Non-drying heights, for example a lighthouse, are always measured above Mean High Water Springs, not Chart Datum, as an added safety margin. The height of tide is always measured above Chart Datum.
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Sea level is generally used to refer to mean sea level (MSL), an average level for the surface of one or more of Earth's oceans from which heights such as elevations may be measured. MSL is a type of vertical datum – a standardised geodetic reference point – that is used, for example, as a chart datum in cartography and marine navigation, or, in aviation, as the standard sea level at which atmospheric pressure is measured in order to calibrate altitude and, consequently, aircraft flight levels. A common and relatively straightforward mean sea-level standard is the midpoint between a mean low and mean high tide at a particular location. Sea levels can be affected by many factors and are known to have varied greatly over geological time scales. The careful measurement of variations in mean sea levels can offer information about climate change and has been interpreted as evidence supporting the view that the current rise in sea levels is an indicator of global warming. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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In early February of 1996, a strong fetch of moist air called an Atmospheric River was aimed at the Pacific Northwest. These sea level pressure contoured charts show a persistently tight pressure gradient across the Inland northwest causing strong, warm winds that helped melt snow and cause flooding in southeast Washington and Idaho Panhandle. ------------------------- National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office Spokane, WA http://weather.gov/Spokane
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Weather maps, also known as the synoptic chart, are an example of an isoline map. Isoline maps are made up of lines that join points of equal value. This video shows you how to understand and read weather maps. Check out products related to Geography, travel and the Outdoors on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/darrongedgesgeographychannel
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Music: New single "Speechless" feat. Erika Sirola ► Get the single here: http://wmg.click/RobinSchulz_SpeechlessAY ► "Uncovered": http://wmg.click/RobinSchulz_UncoveredAY How do you like the video? Please comment below 👇 Visit Robin Schulz here: ►http://instagram.com/robin__schulz ►https://www.facebook.com/robin.schulz.official ►https://twitter.com/robin_schulz ►http://www.robin-schulz.com ►Snapchat: robinschulzreal Credits: An EASYdoesit Production (http://www.easydoesit.de) Director: Mario Clement DOP: Phillip Kaminiak Executive Producer: Sebastian von Gumpert Producer: Konstantin Nerger Producer India: Mikhail Mehra, Akshay Multani Associate Producer India: Surabhi Agarwal, Zeba Khan Line Producer: Another Idea/ Sachin Srivastava Production Designer: Vikram Singh Assistant Cinematographer: Ayaskant Baral 1st Assistant Director: Karanbir Ghumman 2nd Assistant Director: Pratik Punjabi 3rd Assistant Director: Lokesh Sharma Intern AD: Mallika Bajaj Hair and Make-up: Chriselle Baptista and team Costume Stylist: Divya Saini Choreographer: Avit Dias Production Manager: Sumit, Aakash, Ishaq Gaffer: Maulik Focus Puller: Aslam Light Vendor: Light n Light Camera Vendor: Mahadev Production Boys: Shiva and team Alround Bae`s: Findan Cote, Philip Malong Post-Production Producer: Emma Borg Editor: Christoph Szulecki Editor Assistants: Dennis Glomm & Jassin Aboura Sound: Moritz Staub Cast Lyla: Alexandra Tischenko Raahi: Rohit Mehra Head Chef and Tourist: Robin Schulz Client / Label: Warner Music / Kevin Segler The story of DJ and producer Robin Schulz reads like one in a million. Originally from the German city of Osnabrück, he is now a high-flying frequent traveller bringing his music to loyal followers across the globe and the epitome of a ‘pop phenomenon’: It’s been only four years since Robin Schulz first topped the worldwide singles charts with his acclaimed remix of “Waves (feat. Mr. Probz)” and landed his breakthrough global uber-hit “Prayer in C (feat. Lilly Wood & The Prick)”; practically an eternity in the 30-year-old artist’s fast-paced dance music cosmos! Building on his unique blend of house, electro and pop, the Osnabrück DJ and producer has meanwhile established himself as Germany’s most successful music export of the past two decades in record-breaking time, while his sure-fire megahits have proven to work crowds into a frenzy time and time again. With countless # 1 in over 20 countries, over 250 Gold and Platinum certifications as well as billions of streams and views to his name, the four-time German ECHO award-winner bares it all on his third studio album “Uncovered”! Robin Schulz now rings in the post-“Uncovered” era: A good year after releasing his successful last album, the German DJ and producer unleashes his brand-new single “Speechless” on November 16, featuring up-and-coming Finnish artist Erika Sirola on vocal duties. With its atmospheric production, Robin’s new track will arrest you from the get-go: “I remember how it all started / Feeling warm, though the summer was over / And our little lives they felt so big then“, Erika Sirola tells the story of a sizzling encounter that has all the ingredients for a big love story: “If you love me / Then say you love me / That you are mine", she sings, with jubilant synths and electrifying beats taking over in the chorus. With so many emotions involved, it’s hardly surprising one is left “Speechless”! #RobinSchulz #MusicVideo #Speechless #ErikaSirola #India
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https://www.UAVGroundSchool.com Nate talks about the differences between AGL (Above Ground Level) and MSL (Mean Sea Level) altitudes using real test questions from the FAA Part 107 Exam! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join the conversation at... https://www.facebook.com/groups/goldsealpart107pilots/?ref=bookmarks
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A new interface on the Aviso+ website enables to plot an interactive time series about the Mean Sea Level b Altimetry: select the area (for time series only), the time period, the satellite missions (from 1992 with Topex/Poseidon), visualise the corresponding mean sea level trend values, download the data (NetCDF or ASCII format) and the image.
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Just how deep does the ocean go? Way further than you think. This animation puts the actual distance into perspective, showing a vast distance between the waves we see and the mysterious point we call Challenger Deep. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/businessinsider/ TUMBLR: http://businessinsider.tumblr.com/
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Ever wondered how to read a synoptic chart? In this video forecaster Charlie explains what the symbols and lines mean and how he uses them to forecast the weather. You can see surface pressure charts for the UK at http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/surface-pressure If you want to learn more about air masses and weather front by watching these explainers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvk-hBFnBTI and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7Ewqm0YHUI
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This video is part of the online captain’s license course offered by US Captains Training. It is used in conjunction with classroom training and offered to the world for free via YouTube. The video demonstrates the solution to Set and Drift Practice Problem 1 of the chart navigation section of US Captain’s Training’s Master Captain’s license course.
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Nopes are those eight legged things that make you say, "nope!" You'll find nopes in a variety of memes, and (like doggos and cattos) there are special internet names used to describe spiders. Cute nopes are the best kind of nopes because they don't look like they want to eat you. Sometimes they'll be doing a curious (just like a doggo!), sometimes they wear waterhats, some are floofy, and some are actually just puppers disguised as nopes. Bamboozled again ;) If you know your nope anatomy, nopes are much less scary. Nopes have blinkies (eyes), lovely lashes, scuttlers (legs), and nom nom wigglers. Nopes use nom nom wigglers to eat flies, moths, and the especially nopey nopes sometimes eat sneks! Nope. Two other parts of nope anatomy are the silk skeeter and the fuzzbum. Some nopes have fancy fuzzbums, like the happy fanny, skeletor, and Jason. Mr T (tarantula) has an especially fuzzy fuzzbum, and don't get too close to the danger bowtie (black widow spider). Finally, the naming of the nope led to the naming of related nopes. The nope rope is one (also referred to as a snek or danger noodle), then there's the nope rope nope (which is just a combo of the nope and the nope rope), and the nopalope. That thing's a freak of nature. —— Credits for Photos with Attribution Requirements: Nope (#2) - by raider of gin - http://bit.ly/2FriDcU Nope (on TP) - by onthedecline - http://bit.ly/2FjoUEt Less Nopey Nope - by Thomas Shahan - http://bit.ly/2oUYYro Baby Spooder - by Nikita - http://bit.ly/2oNuEzK Doing a Curious - by Thomas Shahan - http://bit.ly/2D2di6D Bamboozled Again - by istolethetv - http://bit.ly/2oSiRPU (rotated image, filled in background) Nom Nom Wigglers - by Lukas Jonaitis - http://bit.ly/2Fe6GrZ Nope Eating Snek - by ChicagoPhotoSho - http://bit.ly/2oKptR5 Happy Fanny - by Nate Yuen - http://bit.ly/2Fe8ocG (blended with another photo) Skeletor - by Randall Chancellor - http://bit.ly/2I466Lb (enhanced contrast/brightness) Jason - by Hunter Desportes - http://bit.ly/2D1GlHF Over Achiever - by Jurgen Otto - http://bit.ly/2FpxpB8 Nopalope - by Navinder Singh - http://bit.ly/2FuQsKp Inspiration - from Know Your Meme - http://bit.ly/2oQbsSj —— Learn more and sign up: http://www.lucidchart.com Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lucidchart Twitter: https://twitter.com/lucidchart Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucidchart LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lucidsoftware
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In Best Stock Charts this week we discuss the Baltic Dry Sea Index and it’s correlation with the S&P 500. The BDI is an indicator that we at The Contrarian Trader to measure the health of the global economy. The weakness in the Baltic Dry Sea Index implies that we are seeing global weakness. Join Free! 14 Day Free Trial Final Days! Hurry! http://bit.ly/2Akb7Lq Coupon Code Annual Memberships ***Gold Level Discount Annual GOLDLDEEPDISCOUNT , ***Silver Membership Annual SILVERDEEPDISCOUNT =========================================== Facebook Discussion Group Join Our Facebook Discussion Group! http://bit.ly/2k2TD2t Recent Trades Recent Trade : NUGT 27% Profit http://bit.ly/2DJvkPv Recent Trade : AMZN 7.5% Profit http://bit.ly/2EWqc8K Recant Trade: AMZN 8.5% Profit http://bit.ly/2EC9mPv ====================================================== ****Symbols Are Reviewed In The Sequence Below***** $BDI $SPY $PYPL $ADBE $ARWR $FISV $GTLS
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Earth’s global surface temperatures in 2017 were the second warmest since modern record-keeping began in 1880, according to an analysis by NASA. Continuing the planet’s long-term warming trend, globally averaged temperatures in 2017 were 1.62 degrees Fahrenheit (0.90 degrees Celsius) warmer than the 1951 to 1980 mean, according to scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. That is second only to global temperatures in 2016. Last year was the third consecutive year in which temperatures were more than 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit (1 degree Celsius) above late nineteenth-century levels. NASA’s temperature analyses incorporate surface temperature measurements from 6,300 weather stations, ship- and buoy-based observations of sea surface temperatures, and temperature measurements from Antarctic research stations. These raw measurements are analyzed using an algorithm that considers the varied spacing of temperature stations around the globe and urban heating effects that could skew the conclusions. These calculations produce the global average temperature deviations from the baseline period of 1951 to 1980. The full 2017 surface temperature data set and the complete methodology used to make the temperature calculation are available at http://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/. GISS is a laboratory within the Earth Sciences Division of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The laboratory is affiliated with Columbia University’s Earth Institute and School of Engineering and Applied Science in New York. NASA uses the unique vantage point of space to better understand Earth as an interconnected system. The agency also uses airborne and ground-based monitoring, and develops new ways to observe and study Earth with long-term data records and computer analysis tools to better see how our planet is changing. NASA shares this knowledge with the global community and works with institutions in the United States and around the world that contribute to understanding and protecting our home planet.
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Other factors that you should take notice of when looking at the nautical chart are: The depths note, This shows which units of measurement are used to indicate the depths on the chart. You may read SOUNDINGS IN FATHOMS AND FEET or SOUNDINGS IN METERS. Sounding in fathoms and feet indicates that soundings are in fathoms with subscript in feet. The larger number indicates fathoms, and the small number indicates feet. For example, if you see a spot depth of a large 3 followed by a small 4. This indicate a depth of 3 fathoms and 4 feet, or 22 feet, as one fathom is six feet. Sounding in meters indicates that soundings are in meters and decimeters. For example you see a spot depth of a large 7 followed by a small 6. This indicate a depth of 7 meters and 6 tenths of a meter. You can convert between meters, feet and fathoms by using the depth conversion table provided on the chart. The depths indicated on the chart are all based on Chart Datum. This could be the Mean Lower Low Water, or the Mean Low Water, or other tidal datum. To avoid grounding you have to take into consideration the height of tide and the tidal range.
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Whales are the largest animals in the world. What would happen if they all were to disappear? How much would the sea level change? And what all would we do with all of that whale? Come find out! Email me absurd questions at [email protected] Sources: Whale Data: http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/endangered_species/cetaceans/about/blue_whale/ Whale Density Data: http://www.cs.unm.edu/~aaron/blog/archives/2009/11/how_big_is_a_wh_1.htm Volume of Olympic Pool: http://www.patagoniaalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/How-much-water-does-an-Olympic-sized-swimming-pool-hold.pdf Mass of the Oceans: https://hypertextbook.com/facts/1998/AvijeetDut.shtml Mass of hair: https://unites.uqam.ca/gmf/caruso/doc/caruso/passos/legrand_2005.pdf By Weight Oil from blubber: https://www.britannica.com/technology/whale-oil Blubber per Blue Whale: https://seymourcenter.ucsc.edu/PDF/Ms.%20Blue's%20Measurements%20Summary.pdf Energy Density of Whale Oil (Fat): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_density MegaJoule to Watt-Hour: https://www.unitjuggler.com/convert-energy-from-MJ-to-Wh.html Energy the UK uses per year: https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/EG.USE.ELEC.KH.PC?end=2014&locations=GB&start=1960&view=chart US Beef consumption: https://www.nbcnews.com/business/economy/look-u-s-meat-industry-numbers-n451571 Wale Data: http://gov.wales/docs/statistics/2010/100915healthsurvey09en.pdf Body Fat estimates: http://www.humankinetics.com/excerpts/excerpts/normal-ranges-of-body-weight-and-body-fat Rendering Process: https://www3.epa.gov/ttn/chief/ap42/ch09/final/c9s05-3.pdf Muscle Mass %: http://www.fitnesss.net/everything-about-muscle-mass-percentage-with-charts/ Whale Images: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baleen_whale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sperm_whale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beluga_whale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray_whale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rorqual https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_whale Water Images: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Clouds_over_the_Atlantic_Ocean.jpg https://water.usgs.gov/edu/watercycle.html
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The global mean level of the oceans is one of the most important indicators of climate change. It incorporates the reactions from severaldifferent components of the climate system. Precise monitoring of changes in the mean level of the oceans, particularly through the use of altimetry satellites, is vitally important, for understanding not just the climate but also the socioeconomic consequences of any rise in sea level. http://www.aviso.altimetry.fr/msl
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The difference breaking trail at sea level versus 12000 plus vertical feet above sea level is Off the charts.
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Video shows what chart datum means. the level below which depths are indicated and above which heights of the tides are expressed, usually mean level of low water at a spring tide. Chart datum Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say chart datum. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Download the Density Altitude Chart used in this video: http://bit.ly/2xhY2Rc Watch the previous video in this series: https://youtu.be/cssf-ksnMlQ For the best prices on the latest drones, visit B&H online at: https://bhpho.to/2tNu7m6 In this episode, the Roswell Flight Test Crew helps you prepare for your Part 107 pilot's test by teaching you how to calculate pressure altitude: the altitude your aircraft “feels” like it's flying at, based on its elevation above sea level as well as the local atmospheric pressure. Atmospheric pressure drops as altitude increases, making airfoils, like wings and propellers, less efficient. However, atmospheric pressure is also affected by high pressure and low pressure weather systems. This is reflected in the local barometric pressure reading, measured in inches of mercury and also referred to as the altimeter setting. By reference the local altimeter setting and the density altitude chart, you can determine your pressure altitude.
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The unrelenting increase in global levels of atmospheric methane went literally off-the-charts used to display methane for the Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Service (CAMS). Methane levels were so high that they swamped out the colour scheme used in the map legend, causing saturation in large red blobs with little detail. The colour legend was shifted by 100 ppb to more clearly show the detailed structure of where methane was being emitted. I strive to maintain scientific independence so that I can always present you with the total unvarnished truth about our rapidly changing climate system and the dangers that we face. I rely on your generous donations to do this, so please consider donating for my efforts, at http://paulbeckwith.net
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Za srpski titl uključite cc, captions. Any connection between the mean sea level pressure and a domed flat Earth? Or winds are doing their job? Anyway, graphs are making more sense on a flat Earth... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmospheric_pressure https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/overlay=mean_sea_level_pressure/winkel3 https://iridl.ldeo.columbia.edu/maproom/Global/Atm_Circulation/Sea_Level_Pres.html Research flat Earth...even if it sounds stupid.
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Climate change: Where we are in seven charts and what you can do to help Representatives from nearly 200 countries are gathering in Poland for talks on climate change - aimed at breathing new life into the Paris Agreement.The UN has warned the 2015 Paris accord's goal of limiting global warming to well below 2C above pre-industrial levels is in danger because major economies, including the US and the EU, are falling short of their pledges.But scientists at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - the leading international body on global warming - last month argued the 2C Paris pledge didn't go far enough. The global average temperature rise actually needed to be kept below 1.5C, they said.So how warm has the world got and what can we do about it?1. The world has been getting hotter each yearThe world is now nearly one degree warmer than it was before widespread industrialisation, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The global average temperature for the first 10 months of 2018 was 0.98C above the levels of 1850-1900, according to five independently maintained global data sets. How years compare with the 20th Century average 2017 10 warmest years 10 coldest years 20th Century average Hotter Colder Months J F M A M J J A S O N D Source: NOAA Replay The 20 warmest years on record have been in the past 22 years, with 2015-2018 making up the top four, the WMO says.If this trend continues, temperatures may rise by 3-5C by 2100.One degree may not sound like much, but, according to the IPCC, if countries fail to act, the world will face catastrophic change - sea levels will rise, ocean temperatures and acidity will increase and our ability to grow crops, such as rice, maize and wheat, would be in danger. 2. The year 2018 set all sorts of recordsThis year saw record high temperatures in many places across the world As representatives gather in Poland, we look at how hot the world has got and what can we can all do. News Today, Breaking News, Breaking news today, US News, UK News, trump news, World news
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A brief description of the process for determining an estimated wind direction using an analysis of sea-level pressure. This video was created for Penn State's Meteo 003 course (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/meteo003/) with the assistance of Steve Seman and the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/)
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Latitude Kinsale (https://www.latitudekinsale.com) designs unique Nautical Light Charts which always have a great attraction to anyone with an interest in the sea. The Coastal Light Chart transforms any chart into an active and decorative piece of art. A key piece of information you find on any chart is the correct flash sequence of the lighthouses and buoys. Latitude Kinsale pioneered the technology that can display these flash sequences accurately so it adds a new dimension to the nautical chart thereby making it very attractive, eye catching and suitable to hang in any location from homes, holiday homes and commercial applications such as hotels, receptions, restaurants and bars. Using fibre optics and a microprocessor, the features of a maritime chart are now brought to life. Each lighthouse and navigation buoy is programmed to flash in their prescribed colour and sequence. A familiar cruising area is now brought to life in an authentic quality product. The wall-mounted Light Chart is an ideal eye catcher in any location. Every light chart is unique and hand-made. The Chart is block-mounted and the face of the chart is protected with a 100 micron laminated protective film with UV properties. This is a glare-proof mounting that is made to last. No glass or acrylic is used, therefore making the lights clearly visible even in natural daylight. The coastal Light Charts are made using any chart, anywhere in the world. A chart of your favourite cruising area can be made into a light chart. In addition, a chart can be personalised with a blue light at the location of your house or business. All charts are hand constructed in Ireland and come ready to go with a universal power adaptor and mounting hooks. All charts are guaranteed for one year. The electronic circuit use LEDs as a light source, which are guaranteed for 100,000 hours. Latitude Kinsale prides itself on innovation. Over the years we have developed and included features like the highlighting of focal points with a blue light and anti-glare properties. Also available is the option to combine charts where we will literally cut and paste different charts to show the detail of a home port, yet putting it in perspective with its surrounds. Another development is the addition of marine clocks such as a barometer, a clock, tide clock and a thermometer. It is a fitting environment to display the key weather attributes, combining multiple technologies to create a truly unique Light Chart display.
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(CNN) Greenland's massive ice sheets contain enough water to raise global sea levels by 23 feet , and a new study shows that they are melting at a rate "unprecedented" over centuries -- and likely thousands of years.The study, published Thursday in the scientific journal Nature , found that Greenland's ice loss accelerated rapidly in the past two decades after remaining relatively stable since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution in the mid-1800s.Today, Greenland's ice sheets are melting at a rate 50% higher than pre-industrial levels and 33% above 20th-century levels, the scientists found."What we were able to show is that the melting that Greenland is experiencing today is really unprecedented and off the charts in the longer-term context," said Sarah Das, an associate scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and a co-author of the study.To determine just how fast Greenland's ice is retreating compared with the past, scientists used a drill the size of a traffic light pole to take ice core samples.The samples were taken from sites more than 6,000 feet above sea level, giving the researchers a window into melting on the ice sheet over the past several centuries.In the wake of October's dire report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warning that civilization has just more than a decade to stave off climate catastrophe, Thursday's report spells more bad news for the planet, especially the millions of people living near the world's oceans.Melting from Greenland's ice sheet is the largest single driver of global sea level rise, which scientists predict could swamp coastal cities and settlements in the coming decades.The study also found that Greenland's ice loss is driven primarily by warmer summer air and that even small rises in temperature can trigger exponential increases in the ice's melt rate."As the atmosphere continues to warm, melting will outpace that warming and continue to accelerate," said Luke Trusel, an assistant professor at Rowan University and study co-author.According to Trusel, the current thought in the scientific community is that there is a temperature threshold that could trigger a point of no return for the eventual melting of Greenland and Antarctica's ice sheets.And though we don't know exactly what that temperature tipping point is, "what's clear is that the more we warm, the more ice melts." "Once the ice sheets reach these tipping points, it's thought that they'll go into a state of irreversible retreat, so they'll be responding to what we do now for centuries and milliennia into the future," Trusel said.Das stressed that although climate science often focuses on the future impacts of warming, the findings show that the climate is already undergoing hugely significant changes."Climate change -- whether it's in Greenland or in your backyard -- is already here and already happening and already impacting people.It's not something that's coming in the future, and this study really drives hom
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** Visit www.klaviation.com for even more great content! ** One of the most important numbers on a sectional is the Maximum Elevation Figure, or MEF. The MEF depicts the lowest altitude you can fly and still be assured to clear every obstacle within that quadrant. MEF's are calculated two ways, one for natural obstacles, and one for man made obstacles. Each method ensures the highest level of safety and that as long as you stay above MEF you will be clear of all obstacles. When a man made obstacle is the highest obstacle within a quadrant, the FAA uses the following formula to calculate the MEF: Obstacle height (MSL) + 100ft Round up to the next highest 100 feet and you have the MEF. For example: Obstacle 750ft + 100ft = 850ft - Round up to 900ft When a natural obstacle is the highest obstacle in a quadrant the FAA uses a different formula for extra safety: Obstacle Height + 100ft + 200ft Again, round the result up to the next 100ft and you have the MEF. For Example: Mountain 3250ft + 100ft + 200ft = 3550ft - Round up to 3600ft The 100 ft addition to both altitudes to ensure proper clearance when there has been an error in measurement, a slight deviation from plans, or for any other reason that the obstacle may be a little taller than originally measured. The 200ft addition for natural obstacles provides extra clearance due to vegetation growth as trees get taller, buildings or towers that may have been constructed, or other items. In areas where the contour interval for that specific quadrant is greater than 200ft, half of the contour interval is added instead of 100ft. So if that specific interval is 300ft, add 150ft instead of 100ft. These cases are very rare and occur only where there is a very steep elevation change. The MEF is great tool to ensure you clear obstacles. If you are flying below MEF, make sure that you know where all the obstacles are. Towers, wires, and other man made structures are difficult to see from the air. The MEF is also a VFR only number. It can be used in an emergency for IFR flight, but it is strictly designed for aircraft flying VFR. Please let me know if you have any questions, and add your comments below!
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Altimeter setting is very familiar to pilots and is ordinarily reported in the body of a surface observation also referred to as a METAR. Sea level pressure (SLP) on the other hand, is not always provided, but only appears in the remarks section of a METARs. While most pilots in the U.S. use altimeter setting quite regularly, what is sea level pressure and how is it different from the altimeter setting?
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Very easy drawing step by step.It is a clear-cut,easily understood detailed method to help you.
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This is a h*ckin good explanation of all the puppers, doggos, and woofers that are popular in memes. DoggoLingo (aka Doggo-Speak or PupperSpeak) is an internet love language for man's best friend. A doggo is a dog. A pupper is a smol doggo. But a big ol pupper is a doggo. A woofer is a big ol doggo. And a smol woofer is, you guessed it, a doggo. A yapper is a smol pupper, and a big ol woofer is a floofer. There's also a snip snap doggo, which you don't want to pet. There are several doggo species: common doggo (aka doge), special doggo, wrinkler, corgo, shoob, puggo, and long doggo. And doggos do several activities. There's the heckin angery woofer, aquadoggos, subwoofers, very fast doggo running at incredible hihg speed, and many more. This doggo diagram was made in Lucidchart, the web's leading diagramming and visualization application. http://www.lucidchart.com —— Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lucidchart Twitter: https://twitter.com/lucidchart Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucidchart LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lucidsoftware —— Credits for Photos with Attribution Requirements Quinn Dombroski: http://bit.ly/2qNXd2a Mauro Parra-Miranda: http://bit.ly/2ruwic7 Adam.J.W.C.: http://bit.ly/2q4m56o Alexander Patrikeev: http://bit.ly/2qPuasG yvonne_n: http://bit.ly/2qNYdmV Daniel P. B. Smith: http://bit.ly/2qPudF6 YorkieStudService: http://bit.ly/2rM6ncn
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Learn how candlestick patterns can help you identify high probability trading setups — so you can profit in bull and bear markets. SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/2MsGjRR If you want more actionable Forex trading tips and strategies, go to https://www.tradingwithrayner.com **FOLLOW RAYNER** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/forextradingwithrayner Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rayner_teo My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2EFg5VN 0:50 To get started is what is a candlestick pattern? Okay, so a candlestick pattern is essentially a method, right? Of reading a price chart. It originated back in Japan, right? That's the history. And the key component of a candlestick chart is that it shows you four things. It shows you the opening price, the price, the high of the session, the low of the session and the closing price, 2:00 How do you read a candlestick pattern? Or how do you read a candlestick chart? So remember there are only four things, the open, the high, the low, and the close. You can see that the candles are usually typically two colors, either you know, green, red, or perhaps it can be black, white. Sometimes you can even you know, change the color if you want, but generally, the most common color is green and red. 9:00 So now, I want to walk you through something what we call combining candlestick patterns. Because candlestick patterns, they are essentially just showing you the price of the different sessions. And if you think about this, right? This can be combined, right? 12:48 So now, how not to trade candlestick patterns, right? So now you know how to read candlestick pattern, you even know how to combine them, how do you not trade candlestick patterns? Because this is a mistake. 15:00 So how should you trade candlestick patterns? I would like to introduce to you something what I call the TAE framework. The TAE TAE framework, alright? So what is TAE? TAE stands for Trend, right? A is Area of value, and E stands for Entry trigger. 16:00 The engulfing pattern, right? This is the so called the theory behind it, right? So you can see that this green candle over here is what we call the bullish engulfing pattern. Why is that? Because if you look at it, right? The body of the green candle which is the... From here in the open and the close, it has engulfed the body of the previous candle. 18:00 Hammer and shooting star. Alright, so let's have a look at the hammer. So the hammer is something that you might be familiar with because you saw earlier, right? The earlier examples. So the hammer is a bullish reversal, because it's actually showing you price rejection in the market. In fact, it's rejection of lower prices. 19:20 Dragonfly and a Gravestone Doji, right? Sounds a handful but really the method is very similar to the hammer and shooting star. The only difference, right? Is that now this Doji. Doji simply means, right? A indecision in the markets. But for Dragonfly and Gravestone Doji, it's a sign of price rejection. 20:45 Morning and evening star. Red star, let's look at the star. So this is a morning star, so you can see that this is somewhat similar to the engulfing pattern, but with a slight variation to it. First candle, sellers are in control. Open over here and closing near the lows. 23:00 Finally Tweezer Top and Bottom, right? So a Tweezer Top, right? Is this one over here, okay? So this actually a Tweezer Bottom. 24:26 How does this fit into the TAE framework, right? Remember the TAE, right? Trend, Area of value, and the Entry trigger. So now we have really settle the entry trigger portion because the reversal patterns that you have seen earlier, those are entry triggers that you can use to enter the trade. But before you, you know, you trade it right? Remember we said, right? Don't trade it in isolation. This means that we have to use other factors or other market conditions, right? This book over here will talk about how you can go about writing trends in the market. For price action trading, right? The ultimate guide to price action trading, this one will share with you on how you can better read the markets and better time your entries and exits. Pretty much similar to what you have learned today, but in a more in-depth manner. So go to my website and download these two trading guides. Click this blue button and I'll send it to your email address for free.
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In the winter of 1997-1998, severe weather events were recorded across the continental U.S.. For month leading in the winter, warm (El Niño) conditions persisted in the Pacific Ocean. NASA's Jason-2 satellite is monitoring in 2014.
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Dale recently spent over 3.5 hours in his dyno room with his new 2014 DL 1000 V Strom doing a total of 49 dyno runs. Tested was his bone stock bike vs 14" & 17" street core Holeshot slip-ons, as well as his 14" Comp slip-on. No tuning yet on any of the above, and keep in mind our dyno room is now at 4500 feet here in Yerington Nevada.This location is down on average 3 to 5 HP from my old dyno room near sea level in CA. I will be working the Holeshot Supertune Tuner next and some added air flow to milk every last hp from the stock 2014 DL 1000 motor Thanks for watching DW " Minor Correction " I do 4 pulls per session with a 10 to 12 minute cool down between sessions. Feel free to call with any questions M-TH 775-463-5394
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This week's podcast covers the basics of reading a psychrometric chart.
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This Jan. 2013 webinar provided an update on two research projects at Bandon Marsh, Oregon, related to sea level rise. The presentations were provided to the Coquille Estuary Vulnerability Assessment planning team. 1) Marshes to mudflats: climate change effects along a latitudinal gradient in the Pacific Northwest John Takekawa, USGS (Bandon Marsh is one of the sites for detailed field data collection of elevations, etc., and for modeling the effect of sea level rise) 2) Shifting Habitat Mosaics in Estuaries Driven by Climate Change Portland State University Faculty Team: Martin Lafrenz (Geography), Catherine de Rivera (Environmental Science & Management), Sarah Eppley (Biology)
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Download the Density Altitude Chart used in this video: http://bit.ly/2xhY2Rc Watch the previous video in this series: https://youtu.be/nV-Uw7hWsm0 For the best prices on the latest drones, visit B&H online at: https://bhpho.to/2tNu7m6 In this episode, the Roswell Flight Test crew helps you prepare for your Part 107 pilot's test by teaching you how to calculate density altitude. The previous video in this series explained how to calculate pressure altitude, which takes into account the elevation of your aircraft above sea level, as well as the local barometric pressure. Density altitude takes both of those factors into account, but also the local air temperature. Cold air is more dense and warm air is less dense. Using the Density Altitude Chart, you can quantify this effect, to determine the altitude your aircraft “feels” like its flying at, regardless of its actual elevation above sea level.
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TIDES, yep fishing is all about tides. Don't believe us? Well check out this little tip from a young fella named Lee Rayner... Oh, you know of Lee, yes that's the one. Lee Rayner, Fishing Fever, Guru of the Seas... Whatever you know him from, TV most likely, he knows more about fishing than most, so sit down and listed. Good tip, great advice and above all, awesome times on boats. Find this and more great tips at http://www.lifesbetterwithaboat.com.au
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Here is a great fishing how to video that gives insight on tidal coefficient, barometric pressure & solunar phases. Knowledge is power and the more that you know about these things the better you can plan your fishing excursions. I personally utilize the tool or webpage: tides4fishing.com This is a great FREE website that will allow you to do your reconnaissance for planning your next fishing trip. Here is a brief synopsis of what I cover in the video: I discuss tidal coefficients, which tell us the amplitude of the tide. (Difference in high tides and low). It also helps gauge how fast the water will be coming in or going out. Even though coefficients are the same for the entire planet, the amplitude is quite different depending on what region of the world you are in. I also discuss barometric pressure and how the rising and falling effect the fishing. Barometric pressure is defined as the weight or mass of an entire air column on a unit if surface area at sea level. Fish sense pressure changes through their air bladder. The fish that have smaller air bladders such as wahoo, dolphins and kings for example aren’t effected as much as the species with larger air bladders: trout, redfish, tarpon etc… Reason being is because fish that have smaller air bladders have a body density that’s closer to the surrounding water; therefore they can’t sense the change as much. Fish with larger bladders can sense rapid drops in pressure and they can feel it too. When their bladder expands fish become uncomfortable and may move to deeper water, the last thing on their mind is eating at this point. Lastly I discuss the solunar moon phases and their importance when fishing. Using moon tables you can find when the moon is directly underfoot or overhead. The peak feeding times tend to correspond around new and full moons, you also notice healthier tides. Understanding Major and minor moon phases can really increase your odds of catching more fish. If you enjoyed the fishing educational video, please hit the like button, comment and subscribe. Would you like to see more videos like this? Let me know and until next time, I will see you on the water. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Click Here to Subscribe! ► http://www.youtube.com/user/fishing19... NEW FISHING VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ WEBSITE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Official Website → https://saltyscales.com ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ STAY CONNECTED ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Twitter → https://twitter.com/saltyscales Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/saltyscales/ FaceBook → https://www.facebook.com/SaltyScales/ Google+ → https://plus.google.com/+Saltyscales/... *** Use & search hashtag: #SALTYSCALES *** ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • St. Croix Rods → http://stcroixrods.com/ • Avet Reels → http://www.avetreels.net/ • Pro-Cure Baits → https://www.pro-cure.com/ • Orion Coolers → http://orioncoolers.com/ • Power Pole → http://www.power-pole.com/ • Alafia Marine → http://alafiamarine.com/ • Mission Fishin Lures → http://www.missionfishinlures.com/ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BUSINESS INQUIRIES ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [email protected]
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