Glacier Meltdown

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Nature, Science Documentary hosted by Jimmy Hibbert and published by National Geographic broadcasted as part of NG Naked Science series in 2007 - English narration

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Imagine a world where melting ice caps have raised sea levels by 20 feet. Where the combined effects of floods and storms inundate large areas of the worlds low lying coastlines. Where the great cities of the world are under water. Is this the fate that awaits mankind? It is a nightmare scenario - but what is the scientific basis for these fears of sea-level rise?

We look at climate change over the past million years and at the startling fact that the last time the climate was this hot, sea levels were over 13 feet higher than today. Warming sea temperatures also mean more hurricanes. Hurricanes, combined with sea level rises and storm surges could spell the miserable diagnosis that innumerable Katrinas will be happening around the world in the near future.

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Video Bitrate: 3102 KB/s
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Average QP: I=16.79, P=19.11 & B=21.75
Custom Matrix: Yes (Prestige)
Video Resolution: 960 x 544
Audio Codec: AAC 48 KHz
Audio BitRate: 192 KB/s
Audio Channels: 2 Ch
RunTime: 00:50
Framerate: 25 FPS
Number Of Parts: 1
Part Size: 1120 MB
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Subtitles: No TV Cap
Source: HDTV

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