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Environmental Sciences

by Next Animation Studio

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Environmental Sciences features animations that explain new scientific discoveries and breakthroughs in climate change, ecosystems, and biodiversity. Topics include harvesting uranium from seawater, worms that biodegrade plastic, and more.

Chapters:

1 Thinning Arctic ice driving mercury pollution NASA

2 Plastic pollution researchers discover worms who can safely biodegrade various types of plastic

3 Signs of life from Antarctic lake buried under more than 2000 feet of ice

4 Arctic ice cap melt could release vast amounts of methane

5 New Halley research station opens in Antarctica by UK

6 Russians drill down to Antarctic lake 13000 feet below the surface

7 Diseased trees turned into methane producers study shows

8 Virus and mite wiping out millions of bees worldwide study

9 British scientists to explore Antarctica's Lake Ellsworth

10 Mantle drilling project aims to understand Earth's past

11 Venice is sinking and tilting New study

12 Harvesting...

Publication Details

Publisher:
Next Animation Studio
Publication Date:
2018

Format

  • Streaming Video

Next Animation Studio (Copyright holder)

Next Animation Studio (NAS) is the fastest, full service animation studio in Asia, specializing in high-quality animation from concept to completion.The studio focuses on developing and producing fast animated news, high-quality original animation...

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