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Secord Dam Update and Lake Flood 2020 - Drone - Dam Collapse

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In this update we take a look at the progress on the Secord Dam. Many of the interim repairs have already been completed on this dam. A lot of engineering work is currently going on at Secord Dam but physically there has not been much change. The Secord Dam is located on what used to be Secord Lake. Secord Lake is located in Mid Michigan. This footage was filmed on August 18, 2021. This was after the collapse of the Edenville Dam on May 19, 2020. There was much flooding that occurred around the dam at the same time that the Edenville Dam collapsed on May 19, 2020. Wixom Lake was rapidly rising due to heavy rainfall and the Edenville dam could not hold back the water. The side of the dam failed sending water rushing towards Sanford Village. The aftermath and damage left behind is devastating. Make sure you subscribe to catch the follow up videos I will be filming.

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Incredible Tidal Bore Hits Village in Indonesia With Unexpected Power Again (Part 2)

Spectacular moment caught on camera when several meter high tidal waves are speeding up to 130 km inland through the Kampar River, Indonesia. Some spectators seem stand too close to the action. Subscribe for extreme nature content ►

The phenomenon, called Bono, is feared by the locals to sink ships, as at full tide during the rainy season the waves can reach a height of 20 feet (6 meters) and a speed of up to 40 km/h. The wave also attracts surfers who attempt to surf the tsunami-like wave, but as the river is also inhabited by crocodiles the surfers need to be escorted by rescue boats!

A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the incoming tide forms waves of water that travels upwards against the direction of a river or a bay's current. Tidal bores only occur in a few locations worldwide with a large tidal range. Some of the most famous locations for these waves are the Kampar River in Indonesia (seen in video) and the Qiantang River in China, at which the world's largest bore is reaching heights of up to 9 meters. Unfortunately several people die each year in connection with these tidal bores (also find more information about a tidal bore here:

The Bono wave is not just one, but a series of multiple waves. Although surfing the Bono waves can be very difficult due to the extreme currents and large amounts of mud brought up with the waves (besides the crocodiles), it remains a popular destination for surfers from all around the world. The Bono is very powerful if there have been heavy rainfalls before, so especially in the rainy season (also check here for more information about the Bono:

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Update 2: Smallwood Dam and Lake Flood 2020 - Drone - Dam Collapse


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In this update we take a look at Smallwood Dam. Smallwood dam is the second northern most dam on the Tittabawassee River. This footage was filmed on January 15, 2021. Currently there are many interim repairs happening on this dam. There was much flooding that occurred around the dam at the same time that the Edenville Dam collapsed on May 19, 2020. Wixom Lake was rapidly rising due to heavy rainfall and the Edenville dam could not hold back the water. The side of the dam failed sending water rushing towards Sanford Village. The aftermath and damage left behind is devastating. Make sure you subscribe to catch the follow up videos I will be filming.

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Update 2: Secord Dam and Lake Flood 2020 - Drone - Dam Collapse


In this update we take a look at Secord Dam. Secord dam is the northern most dam on the Tittabawassee River. This footage was filmed on January 15, 2021. Currently there are many interim repairs happening on this dam. There was much flooding that occurred around the dam at the same time that the Edenville Dam collapsed on May 19, 2020. Wixom Lake was rapidly rising due to heavy rainfall and the Edenville dam could not hold back the water. The side of the dam failed sending water rushing towards Sanford Village. The aftermath and damage left behind is devastating. Make sure you subscribe to catch the follow up videos I will be filming.

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The No. 1 Flood peak of the Jialing River in China in 2021 is leading to the Three Gorges Dam.

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In the upper reaches of the Three Gorges Dam and the Jialing River, the mainstream of the Yangtze River, continuous rainfall caused floods to exceed the warning line.

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WHAT ATTACK CAN DESTROY THE THREE GORGES DAM? HOW CAN THE 3GORGES DAM PREVENT AIR ATTACKS?

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This is an objective and neutral speculation, without political stance. We start with the structure and materials of the Three Gorges Dam, as well as the air defense deployment of the Three Gorges Dam, to analyze the air defense capability of the Three Gorges Dam, and discuss what kind of attacks can destroy the Three Gorges Dam, or that the soldiers can not control the Three Gorges junction with blood.
In addition, blowing up the dam is a non-humanitarian act strictly prohibited by the international community. We pray for peace and prosperity in the world, and hope that all mankind will live in friendship.
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I Have Seen the Earth Change : France, blue tears of a glacier

In the Alps, the climatic change effects are 3 times higher than the world average. Moreover, it appears in densely inhabited territories. Since 2003, climate warming turned alarming. The changes in the weather (more rain and less snow) are leading to natural risks as avalanche, floods, and collapses…
The local inhabitants have to adapt their way of lives but also the European people who depend on the water coming out of the glaciers.
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Safari Live - Day 45 | Nat Geo WILD

Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. Join the discussions on social with #safariLIVE!
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Suez Canal Timelapse | Life at Sea on a Container Ship

Tag along as we journey through Suez Canal into Mediterranean Sea.
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Journeys Through the Russian Empire: Photography and the Art of Survival

In Journeys Through the Russian Empire: Photography and the Art of Survival, Dr. William Craft Brumfield - author, scholar, photographer, and leading authority on Russian architecture in the West - presents an illustrative narrative on enduring Russian history through photography.

This program ventures into the extraordinary convergences between Dr. Brumfield’s work and Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky’s photographs, which are now housed at the Library of Congress. The lecture considers connections to the fate of the Russian empire, uncovering photography’s ties to historical narrative, architectural heritage, resilience, and preservation.

This presentation is part of the Second Saturday online lecture series presented by the Russian History Museum in Jordanville, NY.

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06:18- Dr. Brumfield's presentation
59:17- Q&A, concluding remarks

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62 ഡാമുകൾ ഒരുമിച്ച് തകർന്നപ്പോൾ ???? Banqiao Dam Failure 1975 In Malayalam By Jithin Hridayaragam

62 ഡാമുകൾ ഒരുമിച്ച് തകർന്നപ്പോൾ ???? Banqiao Dam Failure 1975 In Malayalam By Jithin Hridayaragam

Animals building skills

Everyone needs a place to live, but some aren't happy with the great outdoors, they look for some home comforts - they use extraordinary specialist building skills to construct the perfect home. Homes have many uses. They can prove a bolthole to escape predators, a safe nursery in which to raise young, a food store and a shelter from bad weather.
Animals of many shapes and sizes build their own homes. Perhaps the biggest construction projects are those undertaken by ants. Hundreds of thousands work together to construct their home.
Small mammals are expert diggers. Meerkats and hamsters both excavate elaborate tunnels where they can stay out of harm's way and raise their young, though the hamster likes to work alone while the meerkats prefer to have the company of an entire clan.
When it comes to making a nursery, it’s birds who steal the show. In just a few days they can construct a basket of twigs - a nest that can support their growing family and keep them out of harm's way.
There is one other good builder in the animal kingdom - us. Did we learn our skills from the animal home builders?
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Conservation Conversations: The Flufftail Festival: saving SA's water, wetlands & waterbirds(2Feb21)

On Tuesday, 2 February 2021 at 19:00 (SAST), BirdLife South Africa's weekly webinar series ‘Conservation Conversations with BirdLife South Africa’ will host representatives from BirdLife South Africa, Water Wise (Rand Water) and Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo as they celebrate World Wetlands Day. This year's virtual Flufftail Festival is kindly supported by Toyota South Africa.
The aim of The Flufftail Festival is to engage and educate communities about the importance of safeguarding water, protecting wetlands and conserving waterbirds. South Africa is a water-scarce country and future predictions under climate change scenarios indicate that much of central and western South Africa will become more arid in time. With water scarcity becoming an ever-present reality in drought-stricken South Africa, The Flufftail Festival is designed to raise awareness about our most important resource with a focus on the future generations who will one day manage it. The festival also highlights the concept of wetland conservation and exposes participants to the wealth of natural biodiversity, including the waterbirds that live within these unique ecosystems. The Flufftail Festival affirms the importance of highlighting the plight of our natural resources to urban communities who have limited access to the natural environment.
With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting large, in-person gatherings, The Flufftail Festival has moved online and the history of this event will be shared as well as the many important conservation messages surrounding water, wetlands and waterbird conservation, during this webinar.

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6:29 BirdLife South Africa - Waterbirds - Dr Melissa Whitecross
20:12 Rand Water Water Wise - Wetlands - Samanta Stelli
28:59 Joburg City Parks & Zoo - Status of JHB Wetlands - Mulalo Mbedzi/Melissa Whitecross
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Update: Tobacco River Dam - Preparations Underway - Dam Collapse - Wixom Lake Flood 2020 - Aerial




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It was great to be back at the Tobacco River Dam to see the progress that has already started. Preparations are underway to remove the rest of the spillway and pour new retaining walls. The Tobacco River Dam is located on what used to be Wixom Lake. Wixom Lake is located in Mid Michigan. This footage was filmed on July 6, 2021. This was after the collapse of the Edenville Dam on May 19, 2020. Wixom Lake was rapidly rising due to heavy rainfall and the Edenville dam could not hold back the water. The side of the dam failed sending water rushing towards Sanford Village. The aftermath and damage left behind is devastating. Make sure you subscribe to catch the follow up videos I will be filming.

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Episode 18 - The Banqiao Dam Failure

China is a nation of many rivers and following mass industrialization efforts in the mid-20th century, China also became a nation of dams. One of those important dams was the Banqiao on the River Ru. The Chinese government boasted that the Banqiao Dam was built to withstand a once-in-a-thousand-year rainstorm. There was only one small problem: in August of 1975, eastern China was about to be hit by a once-in-a-two-thousand year rainstorm. The combination of a typhoon colliding with a cold front caused more than 40 inches of rain to fall in one day with 7.5 inches falling in just one hour. During the storm more than 62 dams would fail and more than 200,000 people were reported killed.

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