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The Glaciers and Glacial Valleys Tour

The Glaciers and Glacial Valleys Tour

Take a Tour of Glaciers and Their Glacial Valleys in the Hohe Tauern National Park in the Austrian Alps ~ See Them as Only Google Earth can Show Them ~ Double Click The Glaciers and Glacial Valleys Tour ~ Then Hit The Play Button to Take a Tour that Only Google Earth Can Give ~ Make Sure that the Terrain Layer is Engaged ~ If Necessary Set your Tour Speed to 4 or 5 Seconds too Allow the Scenes ...
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Concordia - Confluence of Glaciers

Concordia - Confluence of Glaciers

Turn around at this place where five glaciers squeeze into one valley and you have seen 10 of the 30 highest mountains on earth. The view includes several peaks of more than 8000m: K2, Broad Peak and several Gasherbrum summits. Named after a similar awe inspiring view on Aletschgletscher [-glacier], Switzerland.
Rating of 3.54545454507/24/20051,909Google Earth Logo
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Two glaciers floating into the water (Alaska)

Two glaciers floating into the water (Alaska)

Two glaciers floating into the water in the south of Juneau (Alaska)
Destination of some cruiseships
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Milfor Sounds

Milfor Sounds

Fiordland's extraordinary serrated coastline and deep branching lakes were carved out by glaciers millions of years ago, leaving behind a land internationally acclaimed for its spectacular scenery, isolation and uninhabitied environment which is now designated a World Heritage Area.

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Lago Chile/Argentina

Lago Chile/Argentina

The enormus glaciers of the Chile Mountains covering Argentina's territory. The glacier in the picture is closing the outlet of the lake. After some years when the level of the lake is up to 100 feet or more the ice dam will breake. That happens only a few times witnessed by people. Due to the rising temperatures its unlikely in the next time.
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Bow Lake

Bow Lake

Bow Lake, in the Canadian (Albertan to be precise) Rockies. In Glorious Random High-Definition.
This lake is fed by the glaciers next to it, and that water flows down the mighty Bow River (Named so because the Natives used the trees nearby to make bows), and eventually ends up in the Hudson Bay, but not after stopping through many cities and towns, including Calgary, Alberta.
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DACHSTEIN glacier-a complete tourist information

DACHSTEIN glacier-a complete tourist information

the dachstein glacier in austria is one of the most beautiful and largest mountain region in austria, some say its the most impressive one

In this file you can find a top collection of tourist information with pictures and links
- the most important peaks
- lodges
- lifts
- interesting waypoints (glaciers, lakes etc)
- hiking tour
Rating of 3.503/23/20061,126Google Earth Logo
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Mt. Shasta, CA

Mt. Shasta, CA

From USGS.gov: Mount Shasta, a compound stratovolcano rising 3,500 meters above its base to an elevation of 4,317 meters [14,161 feet], dominates the landscape of northern California. ... Mount Shasta hosts five glaciers, including the Whitney Glacier, the largest in California. Shastina is a large subsidiary cone that rises to 3,758 meters on the west flank of the compound volcano.
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Mt. Rainier, Washington (overlay)

Mt. Rainier, Washington (overlay)

It is the highest volcano in the Cascades, with an elevation of 4,392 meters (14,411 feet) above sea level at the summit of the Columbia Crest. Emmons Glacier on the eastern slope is the largest glacier in the lower 48 states. Nisqually Glacier has been actively monitored for more than a century, making it the longest-monitored glacier in the United States. Rainier is an active volcano located ...
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Silurian World

Silurian World

The Silurian is a major division of the geologic timescale that extends from the end of the Ordovician period, about 443.7 million years ago, to the beginning of the Devonian period, about 416.0 million years ago.
During this period, the Earth entered a long warm greenhouse phase, and warm shallow seas covered much of the equatorial land masses. There is evidence that the Silurian icecap...
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The fastest glacier in the world

The fastest glacier in the world

The fastest-moving major glacier is the Columbia glacier, between Anchorage and Valdez, in Alaska, USA. In 1999 it was measured to be flowing at an average rate of 35 m (115 ft) per day. The glacier has almost doubled its previously recorded speed of 20 m (65 ft) per day, possibly due to global warming. Glaciers are large moving masses if ice formed in (usually mountainous) regions where the ra...
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Nabga Parbat overlay(8125m)

Nabga Parbat overlay(8125m)



Nanga Parbat, whose name means Naked Mountain, is the ninth highest mountain in the world, and the westernmost mountain of the Himalayas. Its vast snowy face is a powerful spectacle when seen from the arid Indus Valley, approaching the mountain from the west. Here the mountain towers in isolation over 22,000 feet from the valley floor.

The mountain is easy to reac...
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Grande Dixence Dam - Switzerland

Grande Dixence Dam - Switzerland

The Grande Dixence dam, in the canton of Valais in Switzerland, is at 285 metres high one of the worlds tallest dams. It holds back a lake, the Lac des Dix, around 16 km long.

The top of the dam is at an altitude of 2,365 metres in a steep mountain valley. Tunnels bring the water to three power stations in the Rhone valley over 1,800 metres below.

The dam is situat...
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Laki Volcano

Laki Volcano

Laki or Lakagígar (Craters of Laki) is a volcanic fissure situated in the south of Iceland, not far from the canyon of Eldgjá and the small town Kirkjubćjarklaustur, in Skaftafell National Park.

Laki is part of a volcanic system, centering on the Grímsvötn volcano and including the Eldgjá canyon and Katla volcano, and lies between the glaciers of Mýrdalsjökull and Vatnajökull, in...
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Yangtze River tour

Yangtze River tour

The Yangtze River is the longest river in Asia, and the third-longest in the world. From the spring in the glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau more than 5500 m (18000 ft) above sea level, the river flows 6300 km (3915 mi) on its course eastward through almost the entire China from west through central and eastern part of the country before emptying into the East China Sea at Shanghai. The Yangtze R...
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Ocean Color in the Gulf of Alaska, 7 January 2007

Ocean Color in the Gulf of Alaska, 7 January 2007

The winter-white Alaska shoreline provides a vivid contrast to the turquoise swirls in the black waters of the Gulf of Alaska. This burst of color in an otherwise black-and-white scene is caused by sediment, ground into fine powder by mountain glaciers and carried into the Gulf of Alaska through many waterways. The largest contributor of sediment shown in this photo-like image is the Copper Riv...
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Amazon River tour

Amazon River tour

Amazon River, Rio Amazonas - Worlds largest river! Try this extensive tour of more than 6400 kilometers (3977 miles) with more than 500 placemarks (an average of more than one placemark every 13 kilometers, 8 miles) taking you on a flight over the landscape in Peru and Brazil from the Amazon River spring as a glacial stream on a snowcapped 5597 meter (18363 feet) peak called Nevado Mismi in the...
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Matterhorn (CH)

Matterhorn (CH)

From Wikipedia: The Matterhorn (Fr. Mont Cervin, It. Cervino), is perhaps the most familiar mountain in the Alps. Located on the border between Switzerland and Italy, its graceful pyramid towers over the Swiss town of Zermatt and the Italian town Breuil-Cervinia in the Val Tournanche.
The mountain has four faces, facing the four compass points, with the north and south faces meeting to f...
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