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Iceland’s Glaciers – 360 | Into Water ctm magazine



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In the first of National Geographic’s “Into Water” 360 series, travel by air, boat and jeep through the rugged Icelandic countryside with geographer and glaciologist Dr. M Jackson. She has spent the last decade documenting the incredible physical and cultural changes of the island nation as it experiences an unprecedented melting of its iconic ice. “Into Water: Iceland” is the first stop on an around the world 360 tour that documents the work of female Explorers who’ve dedicated their careers to water related issues.
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Iceland’s Glaciers – 360 | Into Water

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27 Comments

  • National Geographic on November 7, 2019

    The rate at which glaciers are melting today is faster than any other time in history. What intrigues you the most about this unique look at Iceland?

  • Abhishek Chavan on March 26, 2020

    I was AWESTRUCK!!!
    It must have been unforgettable for you guys as well as me coz of the 360 cam
    Beautiful..thanks alot👌🙏
    N btw You shud study and look over an artificial glacier created by Dr Sonam in Ladakh
    Its small but beautiful!

  • Spill the Tea. on May 31, 2020

    Unitr

  • Mind YourOwn on July 20, 2020

    What OMG this so cool 😎

  • Julia Voznesenskay on August 4, 2020

    Wow

  • Nicky R on August 18, 2020

    A machine that makes ice can stop the glaciers from melting and make them last forever.

  • Daniel Costa on September 1, 2020

    Bitte abonnieren in mein Kanal YouTube

  • Exploring With John on November 16, 2020

    Amazing I wish you could visit " Kashmir " someday. I'll love to host you

  • Kim Joseph on December 26, 2020

    U all only complain about ice mealting what is the solution that what none of u all can come up with to me that's all a big lie

  • Samuel Barbier on January 5, 2021

    A-maz-ing ! that was a little part of Iceland but still… thanks for that !

  • Andrei Neatu on February 21, 2021

    Try to take 1 ecsatsy pillow or smoke one joint and watch this video, is so relaxing and amazing

  • ROLVe on March 2, 2021

    lol I live in icelandic I can show
    Hæ kann Einhver Annar tala íslensku

  • влад гизатуллин on March 22, 2021

    без музыки пожалуйста

  • Manpurwar Ganesh on May 15, 2021

    It's awesome if we rotate sound also rotate around us

  • Shailesh Pal on June 17, 2021

    It's amazing ❤️

  • Jean Robinson on June 21, 2021

    Come on, geologist – glaciers don't dissolve, they melt! And they don't recess, they recede.

  • GREY BONA on June 25, 2021

    your ois is bad

  • Jón Steinar on July 10, 2021

    I am Icelandic and this is the most stupid, illinformed and hyperbolic “documentary” I have ever seen about my country. Congrats!

  • CA Y on July 13, 2021

    Thank you!

  • Gribbo9999 on July 28, 2021

    I spent 6 weeks at this glacier, Vatnajoküll, in 1970 doing my undergraduate project on micro-climate on the glaciers. Of course the glacier front was several kilometres closer to the coast in those days. I can see one of the hanging valleys in the video had an ice dammed lake in it at that time. Now it is well clear of the ice front. The morphology of the surface of the glacier is affected by the black volcanic dust (tephra) that settles on the ice. First it increases the the albedo causing increased melting then as it accumulates in the sunken melt areas it forms a thickening blanket that protects the ice from melting. It causes some interesting surface topography with melt structures moving uphill on
    the glacier surface.
    Thanks for the memories!

  • Chris Ball on August 10, 2021

    Have you taken core samples of the ground around Iceland? I'm no scientist but I think you may find the temperature increases as you go down closer to the magma chamber.

  • Wankshaftsbury on August 14, 2021

    All the ice is melting.

  • michael manimaran on August 16, 2021

    🤮🤮🤮🤢🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤮🤮🤢🤮😥🤮🤮🤮🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮

  • Turd Ferguson on August 19, 2021

    This vid is long on grand, sweeping statements, and short on specifics.

  • Anita Mitchell on August 21, 2021

    I like the 360 camera.

  • Cristian Popoescu on October 4, 2021

    Ce camera ati folosit ati gasito cumva la tomberon ??.

  • Nancy on October 12, 2021

    1:59 夕陽

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