This UAS Tutorial video is brought to you by America View, a nationwide consortium for remote sensing education, research, and geospatial applications. This project was supported by a United States Geological Survey Grant and its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the USGS. MentionRead More sUAS to Assess Rainwater Harvesting Potential for Urban Multi-family Housing: Part 2
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Translator: Timothy Covell Reviewer: Morton Bast I collaborate with bacteria. And I’m about to show you some stop-motion footage that I made recently where you’ll see bacteria accumulating minerals from their environment over the period of an hour. So what you’re seeing here is the bacteria metabolizing, and as they do so they create anRead More Damian Palin: Mining minerals from seawater
[Zack] Okay, I’m dropping it. Ready? [Dan] Yeah, go ahead. So right now I’m in a place called the Isla De Las Mujeres, right next to next to Cancun. There’s this place called the Underwater Museum where there are a bunch of statues buried down to kind of help, you know, the wildlife and stuffRead More This Under Water Drone Conquers the Ocean… in 4K!
Jupiter could be considered an independent solar system, only in miniature form. The gas giant has the same basic ingredients as the sun and is surrounded by dozens of geologically diverse moons. Out of the 79 confirmed surrounding Jupiter, four ancient moons have astronomers really excited because they offer up some of the most distinctiveRead More What Secrets Are Hiding on Jupiter’s Moons?
Now for the most dangerous project on the agenda. The world’s longest underwater tunnel will connect the cities of Dalian and Yantai across the Bohai Sea, passing through two deadly earthquake fault zones. At 76 miles long it will be longer than the current first and second-ranked underwater tunnels combined, and at a cost ofRead More The Longest Underwater Tunnel | China’s Future MEGAPROJECTS: Part 5
Every major city has garbage pickup and street cleaners. But what about oceans, lakes, and rivers? Meet the man who wants every city to have a trash skimmer. Our oceans are filling up with trash. We need a variety of solutions to tackle the problem. Eric Dieters catches the trash from cities before it floatsRead More Every Ocean City Needs a Trash Skimmer
SCENES LIKE THIS ARE A DAILY REALITY FOR THE CREW OF SEEKER ON THEIR PACIFIC TREK. SOME ESTIMATES HOLD THAT BY 2050, THERE COULD BE AS MUCH PLASTIC AS THERE ARE FISH IN THE OCEAN. BUT WHAT IS ALL THIS JUNK, EXACTLY? WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? AND IS IT REALLY CONCENTRATED IN A GIANTRead More The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is | The Swim
(suspenseful music) – When you wake up, you try to move, and you realize that you’re frozen, and that causes panic. And once you start to panic, the dream gets worse. All of a sudden, you’ll see these figures walking through your room. You’ll see, maybe a silhouetted figure at the foot of your bed,Read More This Artist Recreates His NIGHTMARES | Mashable Originals