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911-10750 - The Remains of the Godwin battery on the beach at Kilnsea at the head of Spurn point on Yorkshires East Coast, UK. Initially constructed during the First World War, the Godwin Battery was added to during the Second World War. It comprised of gun emplacements, search light, barracks, officers’ mess, and a hospital. This section of coastline is the fastest eroding coastline in Europe. The soft boulder clay cliffs are easily eroded and have been eroding since Roman Times, but recently the climate change impacts of increased stormy weather, increased heavy rainfall events and sea level rise have accelerated the rate of erosion. The average rate of attrition is 1.5metres per year, last year it was 5 metres.
911-10749 - The Remains of the Godwin battery on the beach at Kilnsea at the head of Spurn point on Yorkshires East Coast, UK. Initially constructed during the First World War, the Godwin Battery was added to during the Second World War. It comprised of gun emplacements, search light, barracks, officers’ mess, and a hospital. This section of coastline is the fastest eroding coastline in Europe. The soft boulder clay cliffs are easily eroded and have been eroding since Roman Times, but recently the climate change impacts of increased stormy weather, increased heavy rainfall events and sea level rise have accelerated the rate of erosion. The average rate of attrition is 1.5metres per year, last year it was 5 metres.
911-10658 - A glacier at Recherchefjorden on Western Svalbard with moraine showing the massive rate of retreat in the last 100 years.. All of Svalbards glaciers are retreating, even in the north of the archiapelago despite only being around 600 miles from the North Pole.
817-440491 - Ice climbing a route called Chrome Moly which is rated WI-4 and located at the Mother Lode Area in the Snake River Canyon near the city of Twin Falls in southern Idaho
817-440493 - Ice climbing a route called Chrome Moly which is rated WI-4 and located at the Mother Lode Area in the Snake River Canyon near the city of Twin Falls in southern Idaho
817-440492 - Ice climbing a route called Chrome Moly which is rated WI-4 and located at the Mother Lode Area in the Snake River Canyon near the city of Twin Falls in southern Idaho
817-424218 - Elijah Weber ice climbing Palisade Falls which is rated WI-4 and located in Hyalite Canyon in the Gallatin Mountains near the city of Bozeman in southern Montana
817-424222 - McLean Worsham ice climbing Palisade Falls which is rated WI-4 and located in Hyalite Canyon in the Gallatin Mountains near the city of Bozeman in southern Montana
817-424223 - McLean Worsham ice climbing Palisade Falls which is rated WI-4 and located in Hyalite Canyon in the Gallatin Mountains near the city of Bozeman in southern Montana
832-48023 - Pier 15 office complex, vacant, newly constructed office building, Kranhaus1 building in the back, Rheinauhafen, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe, PublicGround
857-37193 - Research assistants and technicians from the University of Ghana collect dust samples from the living rooms and bedrooms of children in Accra, Ghana. The samples will be analyzed for the presence of dust mites, fungus', and animal allergens to help researchers better understand why children in wealthier homes have higher rates of allergies and asthma than poorer children. The leading theory is that higher rates of helminth (parasite) infections among poorer children are affecting the immune system in a way that offers protection from allergies and asthma. The study aims to find out what the worms are doing, isolate the beneficial effect and replicate it.
857-37194 - Research assistants and technicians from the University of Ghana collect dust samples from the living rooms and bedrooms of children in Accra, Ghana. The samples will be analyzed for the presence of dust mites, fungus', and animal allergens to help researchers better understand why children in wealthier homes have higher rates of allergies and asthma than poorer children. The leading theory is that higher rates of helminth (parasite) infections among poorer children are affecting the immune system in a way that offers protection from allergies and asthma. The study aims to find out what the worms are doing, isolate the beneficial effect and replicate it.
857-37195 - Research assistants and technicians from the University of Ghana perform basic skin prick tests on school children in Accra, Ghana to test for sensitivities to dog, cat, dust mites, grass pollen, peanuts, and cockroach allergens. The results have shown that children in wealthier homes have higher rates of allergies and asthma than poorer children. The leading theory is that higher rates of helminth (parasite) infections among poorer children are affecting the immune system in a way that offers protection from allergies and asthma. The study aims to find out what the worms are doing, isolate the beneficial effect and replicate it.
857-37213 - Zadok Agbeko is a poor child from the small village of Akramaman who walks 5km every day to the Ayikai Doblo public primary school with his older brothers. Zadok, along with many of the children in his socio economic background suffers from helminth infections and have tested negative for allergies. Zadok is one of the many children in Gahna participating in a study by Dr. Daniel Boakye at the University of Ghana attempting to better understand the connection between high rates of helminth infections and protection from allergies and asthma.
857-37208 - Research assistants and technicians from the University of Ghana collect dust samples from the living rooms and bedrooms of children in Accra, Ghana. The samples will be analyzed for the presence of dust mites, fungus', and animal allergens to help researchers better understand why children in wealthier homes have higher rates of allergies and asthma than poorer children. The leading theory is that higher rates of helminth (parasite) infections among poorer children are affecting the immune system in a way that offers protection from allergies and asthma. The study aims to find out what the worms are doing, isolate the beneficial effect and replicate it.
857-37199 - Joshua Nkrumah Asante, a wealthy child from Accra Ghana attends a private school at the University of Ghana where he and his sister are driven to and from school by the families driver. Joshua does not suffer from helminth infections but does suffer from hayfever. Joshua is one of the many children in Gahna participating in a study by Dr. Daniel Boakye at the University of Ghana attempting to better understand the connection between high rates of helminth infections and protection from allergies and asthma.
857-37200 - Joshua Nkrumah Asante, a wealthy child from Accra Ghana attends a private school at the University of Ghana where he and his sister are driven to and from school by the families driver. Joshua does not suffer from helminth infections but does suffer from hayfever. Joshua is one of the many children in Gahna participating in a study by Dr. Daniel Boakye at the University of Ghana attempting to better understand the connection between high rates of helminth infections and protection from allergies and asthma.
857-37210 - Research assistants and technicians from the University of Ghana perform basic skin prick tests on school children in Accra, Ghana to test for sensitivities to dog, cat, dust mites, grass pollen, peanuts, and cockroach allergens. The results have shown that children in wealthier homes have higher rates of allergies and asthma than poorer children. The leading theory is that higher rates of helminth (parasite) infections among poorer children are affecting the immune system in a way that offers protection from allergies and asthma. The study aims to find out what the worms are doing, isolate the beneficial effect and replicate it.
857-37198 - Joshua Nkrumah Asante, a wealthy child from Accra Ghana attends a private school at the University of Ghana where he and his sister are driven to and from school by the families driver. Joshua does not suffer from helminth infections but does suffer from hayfever. Joshua is one of the many children in Gahna participating in a study by Dr. Daniel Boakye at the University of Ghana attempting to better understand the connection between high rates of helminth infections and protection from allergies and asthma.
857-16893 - A sign for recently renamed U.S. Highway 666 stands alongside the road south of Cortez, Colo. Citizen and Native American groups petitioned the federal government to change the number of the road for fear the devilish connection contributed to accident and fatality rates on the highway.
1194-1963 - Namibia child at bernard nordkamp (youth) center, katatura, a black township of windhoek, dating from apartheid. country very high rates, mural behind depicts struggle against aids
1194-1962 - Namibia child at bernard nordkamp (youth) center, katatura, a black township of windhoek, dating from apartheid. country very high rates, mural behind depicts struggle against aids
1194-1959 - Namibia child at bernard nordkamp (youth) center, katatura, a black township of windhoek, dating from apartheid. country very high rates, mural behind depicts struggle against aids
1194-1961 - Namibia child at bernard nordkamp (youth) center, katatura, a black township of windhoek, dating from apartheid. country very high rates, mural behind depicts struggle against aids
817-377169 - Jed Weber ice climbing a route called The Elevator Shaft which is rated WI-4 and located at the Unnamed Wall in Hyalite Canyon near the city of Bozeman in southern Montana
817-375027 - Elijah Weber ice climbing a route called The Fat One which is rated WI-3 and located at the Unnamed Wall in Hyalite Canyon near the city of Bozeman in southern Montana
817-374750 - Dave Weber ice climbing a route called Jack Spratt which is rated WI-5 and located at The Mother Lode area in the Snake River Canyon near the city of Twin Falls in southern Idaho
817-375020 - Elijah Weber ice climbing a route called Fat Chance which is rated WI-3 and located at the Mummy Cooler Area in Hyalite Canyon near the city of Bozeman in southern Montana
979-2539 - Meltwater runoff from glaciers in Tracy Arm, Southeast Alaska, USA. The Sawyer glaciers are retreating at an alarming rate in Tracy Arm - possibly due to global warming.
989-51 - Solar farm with four Photovoltaic solar trackers, near Antissa, Lesbos (Lesvos), Greece. MORE INFO: Solar trackers automatically rotate and tilt photovoltaic panels to follow the sun throught the day, maximising sunlight absorpton rates. Several of these Solar farms have been built on Lesbos since 2010.
989-52 - Photovoltaic solar tracker at a solar farm near Antissa, Lesbos (Lesvos), Greece. MORE INFO: Solar trackers automatically rotate and tilt photovoltaic panels to follow the sun throught the day, maximising sunlight absorpton rates. Several of these Solar farms have been built on Lesbos since 2010.
911-1 - Melt water on the Greenland ice sheet which is melting at an unprecedented rate due to human-induced climate change, near Camp Victor north of Ilulissat, Greenland, Polar Regions
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