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Wie schnell schmilzt Grönland?
29.11.19

Wie schnell schmilzt Grönland?

Eis bedeckt 85 Prozent der Fläche Grönlands. Die mit Dänemark assoziierte Insel ist vom Klimawandel besonders betroffen. Dort steigen die Temperaturen doppelt so schnell wie auf dem Rest des Planeten. Das Eis schmilzt in besorgniserregendem Temp

SHOTLIST KULUSUK, GRÖNLAND, GRÖNLAND17. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFP1. Luftaufnahme Apusiajik glacier in east Greenland2. Luftaufnahme Apusiajik glacier in east Greenland3. Luftaufnahme Apusiajik glacier in east GreenlandKULUSUK, GRÖNLAND, GRÖNLAND15. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFPTV4. Luftaufnahme ice passing beneath the planeKULUSUK, GRÖNLAND, GRÖNLAND16. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFPTV5. Totale NASA OMG plane flying over Kulusuk6. Halbnahe NASA OMG plane flying over KulusukKULUSUK, GRÖNLAND, GRÖNLAND15. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFPTV7. Halbnahe Joshua Willis of OMG getting off the plane 8. Totale NASA plane on the tarmac9. O-TON 1 - Joshua Willis, principal investigator with OMG NASA (Mann, 44 Jahre alt, English, 25 Sek.): 'The planet is heating up because of human-caused climate change. And Greenland is feeling the impact in a big way. Now a lot of people think of the ice here as melting from the air warming, sort of like an ice cube under a hair dryer, but in fact the oceans are also eating away at the ice's edges. That's because the glaciers flow right into the ocean and they can feel the warming water and are retreating because of it.'10. Totale NASA aircraft taking off 11. Schwenk von links nach rechts NASA aircraft taking off 12. Luftaufnahme landscape passing as plane takes off13. Halbnahe NASA scientist Ian McCubbin on the plane14. Halbnahe Joshua Willis preparing to drop a probe15. Halbnahe Joshua Willis dropping a probe16. Nah Ian McCubbin, NASA scientist, watching after a probe was droppped17. O-TON 2 - Ian Fenty , investigator with OMG NASA (Mann, English, 22 Sek.): 'It's a major open question, how ocean temperature variations will affect the Greenland ice sheet in the future, and so the data we're collecting are super valuable because they're allowing us for the very first time to quantitavely relate ocean temperature changes with the melting of the ice sheet. '18. Luftaufnahme landscape in East Greenland seen from plane19. Halbnahe NASA scientists looking at data on plane 20. Halbnahe NASA scientists looking at data on plane 21. Halbnahe NASA OMG scientists on board plane looking at data22. Halbnahe NASA scientist Ian McCubbin dropping a probe23. Halbnahe principal investigator with OMG NASA Joshua Willis watching out a window24. Luftaufnahme landscape seen from plane

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