Aurora by Pallav Shah
Did you know that one of the top places to spot an aurora borealis is in Aberdeen, Scotland? Dive into this viz by Pallav Shah to learn more about the myths and facts behind the auroras!
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Climate Change by Amrutha Vijayakumar
Did you know that carbon dioxide from human activity is increasing more than 250 times faster than it did from natural sources after the last Ice Age? Dive into this viz by Amrutha Vijayakumar to find out more about climate change and the impact of global warming.
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World got hooked on palm oil by Monika Jaworska
Palm oil is found in close to 50% of all packaged products from biscuits to shampoo, yet our dependance on this versatile vegetable oil has devastating environmental consequences. Dive into this viz by Monika Jaworska to find out more about palm oil production, it’s impacts, and what we can do to help solve this environmental crisis.
Major & Great Earthquakes 1950-2020 by Mateusz Karmalski
Over the last 70 years, there were 58 great and 889 major earthquakes recorded. Dive into this viz by Mateusz Karmalski to learn about the most destructive earthquakes and the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Solar Eclipses for Five Millenniums by Satoshi Ganeko
From BC2000 and AD3000 the earth will experience 11,898 Solar Eclipses. Dive into this viz by Santoshi Ganeko to learn about the history of Solar Eclipses since BC2000.
Tornado by Kevin Flerlage
Did you know that historically most tornadoes have occurred in the month of May? Explore this Viz by Kevin Flerlage to learn about the history of tornadoes and their impact on humanity over the past 70 years.
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Volcanoes Of The World by Simon Beaumont
Did you know that Stratovolcanoes are the most common type of volcano on earth? Dive into this Viz by Simon Beaumont to learn about the world’s volcanoes!
Link: Volcanoes of the world
Iceland: The Land of Fire and Ice by Judit Bekker
On average, Iceland experiences a volcanic eruption roughly once every 4 years. Dive into this viz by Judit Bekker to find out more about the land of ice and fire!
Snowfall Extremes by Agata Ketterick
On 14th April 1921, 76 inches (over six feet) of snow fell on Silver lake (Boulder County, US) – the most recorded in the US in a single day! Dive into this viz by Agata Ketterick to find out which Counties have had the highest recorded one-day snowfall.
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Water World by Kevin Flerlage
Water covers around 70% of the earth’s surface. Dive into this viz by Kevin Flerlage to learn about the earths most valuable resource!
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The Lorax by Kevin Flerlage
Did you know that 760 million acres of tree cover was lost between 2001 and 2016? Dive into this viz by Kevin Flerlage to learn about deforestation with one of Dr. Suess’ best loved characters!
Link : The Lorax
Eight – Thousanders by Mateusz Karmalski
Did you know that there have been 5,000 accents and 306 recorded deaths on Mount Everest? Dive into this viz by Mateusz Karmalski to learn about some of the world’s highest mountains.
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Lake Titicaca by Sam Parsons
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Water for All by Krishma Shah
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Tornado by Eve Thomas
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Earthquakes Recorded between 1898 to 2019 by Naresh Suglani
Petroleum Microbiology by Young Song
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Deforestation by Alexander Hirst
Link : Deforestation
World Lakes by Takafumi Shukuya
Link : World Lakes
The World’s Worst Earthquakes by Will Sutton
Water Temperature in the Gulf of Mexico by Owen Barnes
The changing habitat of Polar Bears by George Koursaros
Volcanoes by Will Sutton
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