32 results for your search

Global temperature changes, 1850-2000
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2016), 12 secs
Global temperature changes, 1850-2000. Animated graph showing the trend in global surface temperature changes between the years 1850 and 2000. The graph shows both the observed temperature change (red line) and the changes as predicted by a climate change simulation (green line). This simulation models changes due...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2016), 12 secs
×
Greenhouse Gas Emission from Earth
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2012), 1 min
The pollution of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere (air) along with the radiation of the sun causes the ozone and atmosphere to warm and become damaged.
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2012), 1 min
×
Lake Mead during drought
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2015), 16 secs
Lake Mead at exceptionally low levels following the four year long drought, with the obvious level that the lake used to be at, Nevada, USA. Filmed in 2014.
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2015), 16 secs
×
Meltwater from glacial ice, Greenland
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2012), 23 secs
Water dripping from glacial ice with meltwater stream in background. Filmed in Disco Bay, Greenland, in summer 2012, which was a record year for sea ice minimum.
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2012), 23 secs
×
North Pole Sea Ice 1990-1999
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2008), 2 mins
Animation of ten years of sea ice data, from the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Special Sensor Microwave Imager (SSMI).
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2008), 2 mins
×
Slow oceanic carbon cycle
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2015), 2 mins
Slow oceanic carbon cycle. Animation of some of the processes that form the oceanic geological and industrial carbon cycle, part of the larger overall carbon cycle for the whole Earth. This part of the cycle sees the carbon taken up by algae, and subsequently animals including zooplankton, fish, molluscs and coral...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2015), 2 mins
×
Aerosol dispersion
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2010), 1 min
Global aerosol distribution, FIM-Chem data. The FIM-Chem model was created following the success of the original FIM Model (Finite Volume Icosahedral Model). The FIM-Chem is the FIM model with chemistry and aerosol modules added. Aerosols are one of the biggest uncertainties in climate models due to their varied e...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2010), 1 min
×
Atmospheric carbon dioxide flux
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2010), 15 secs
Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, 2004. The data reveal the seasonal changes in CO2. Red regions are producing CO2, blue regions are absorbing it. In the winter, much CO2 is released as plants are not photosynthesising as much, and organic matter decays. The pattern is reversed by the summer, where plants...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2010), 15 secs
×
Carbon cycle, animation
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2015), 1 min
Animation of the carbon cycle, the processes by which carbon is exchanged between the atmosphere, biosphere, oceans and rocks. Carbon is the primary building block of life on Earth. Here, purple arrows indicate the uptake of carbon, while yellow arrows indicate the release of carbon. On land, plants remove carbon...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2015), 1 min
×
Crop spraying
See details
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2010), 29 secs
Truck uses spray boom to treat soybean crop on farm in Ohio. Equipment like this can be used to spray crops with fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides and pesticides. While offering a number of benefits, crop spraying is associated with a number of environmental hazards, including soil contamination, water pollution...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2010), 29 secs
×

Pages