UHs New Tool Provides Easy Access to Climate Data (w/ video)

A storm is seen here approaching Kalalau Beach. Photo by Lo Azambuja Knowledge of climate patterns is critically important for a variety of resource management issues, including groundwater and surface water development and protection, controlling and eradicating invasive species, protecting and restoring native ecosystems, and planning for


Wind Power or Wind Energy (Part-18A) [Video]

Windmill or Wind turbines use blades to collect the wind’s kinetic energy and convert the kinetic energy of wind into mechanical energy which is used to rotate the turbine of an electrical generator to produce electricity. Wind flows over the blades creating lift (similar to the effect on airplane wings), which causes the blades to turn. The blades are connected to a drive shaft that turns an electric generator, which produces (generates) electricity.#Windenergy #Windmill #WindTurbine #KineticEnergy #ElectricityA windmill converts wind energy into rotational energy by means of its blades. Note: Keep watching our channel eFunda where we are creating videos related to Engineering and Project Topics and saved under separate play List. 1) Fundamentals Project / Career Engineering Instrumentation & Control Engineering Historical / Social Telecommunication Engineering Procurement Engineering follow us: eFunda Instagram – – LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE to our channel eFundachannel .Regards,Team eFunda


Former WCW Writer Feels Wrestlers had Unsafe Work Environment [Video]

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Exploring Holtug Kridtbrud / Holtug chalk quarry in 4K [Video]

Chalk and lime have been mined on the site until 1972. Today, the chalk quarry appears as an impressive hole in the cliff coast. The industrial plants have been removed, and the area has been transformed into an exciting natural area, where several rare plant species grow, e.g. the protected Stor Gyvelkvæler.For those interested in geology, Holtug chalk quarry is also an exciting locality. Here you can e.g. see the fish clay deposits, which were formed for 65 mill. years ago, when there were very big climate changes on Earth.This is a compilation of my drone shots from Denmark.All of these videos are recorded in the spring/summer and shows the beautiful colors of the forest and sunsets. All clips are shot with my trusty Mavic mini 2 in 4K 30 FPS. If you would like to use any of these clips please go to my shutterstock profile here: remember to subscribe and LIKE (It’s FREE) to help me get the beauty of our planet out to even more people 👏