ESA Euronews: Studying climate threats with Sentinel

The most recent trends in sea level size mean the low-lying Camargue region of southern France could be submerged by the sea by the end of the century.

The sea walls built along the coast in the 1980s have already been broken by the waves, as a combination of rising waters, slowly sinking landmass, and reduced amounts of sediment from the Rhone river spell trouble for this environment.

Anis Guelmami uses Copernicus Sentinel satellites to study wetlands like the Camargue, and he tells us the latest news from space.

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ESA Euronews: Estudar ameaças climáticas com o Sentinel

Camargue, no sul de França, é uma região famosa pelas paisagens e vida selvagem, mas também um lugar seriamente ameaçado pelas alterações climáticas, por causa da subida do nível do mar.

Os muros de rochas ao longo da costa foram construídos nos anos 80, num esforço fracassado para travar o mar Mediterrâneo. Naquela época, o nível do mar subia apenas alguns milímetros por ano. Agora, os satélites descobriram que as águas estão a subir muito mais rápido do que antes, alimentadas pelo degelo das calotas glaciares e pelo aumento das temperaturas.

Os cientistas estão a usar satélites para compreender melhor o que está a acontecer em regiões como esta e em todo o planeta.

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ESA Euronews: Studio delle minacce climatiche con Sentinel

In questa puntata di “Space” siamo andati in Camargue, nel sud della Francia. Una regione famosa per il suo paesaggio e la sua natura selvaggia, ma anche una zona seriamente minacciata dai cambiamenti climatici, a causa dell’innalzamento del livello del mare.
Gli scienziati stanno utilizzando i satelliti per capire meglio cosa sta accadendo in posti come questo e in tutto il mondo. Le barriere marittime sulla costa della Camargue sono state costruite negli anni ’80 nel tentativo di tenere a bada il Mediterraneo. A quel tempo i livelli del mare aumentavano di pochi millimetri l’anno. Ora, i satelliti hanno scoperto che le acque si stanno innalzando molto più velocemente rispetto a prima, alimentate dallo scioglimento delle calotte glaciali e dall’aumento delle temperature.

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ESA Euronews: Az éghajlati fenyegetések tanulmányozása a Sentinel-szel

A klímaváltozás hatásainak felmérésében és megértésében egyre nagyobb szerepet játszanak a műholdak. A Space stábja ebben a hónapban az Európai Űrügynökség Róma melletti megfigyelőközpontjába, valamint Dél-Franciaországba utazott, hogy bemutassa a klímaváltozás hatásait, és a témával foglalkozó kutatókat.

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ESA Euronews: Μελετώντας τις κλιματικές απειλές με το Sentinel

Όλοι έχουμε αρχίσει να αισθανόμαστε τις συνέπειες της κλιματικής αλλαγής. Όχι μόνο λόγω του καλοκαιρινού καύσωνα, αλλά επειδή βλέπουμε την στάθμη της θάλασσας να ανεβαίνει πιο γρήγορα από ποτέ. Το γνωρίζουμε χάρη στην δορυφορική τεχνολογία, που μας δίνει μια παγκόσμια εικόνα του τι συμβαίνει στον πλανήτη.

Βρισκόμαστε στο Καμάργκ στη νότια Γαλλία – περιοχή που είναι διάσημη για το τοπίο και την άγρια φύση αλλά και ένα μέρος που απειλείται σοβαρά από την κλιματική αλλαγή λόγω της ανόδου της στάθμης της θάλασσας. Οι επιστήμονες χρησιμοποιούν τώρα δορυφόρους για να καταλάβουν τι συμβαίνει σε μέρη όπως αυτό και σε όλο τον πλανήτη μας.

Τα θαλάσσια τείχη στην ακτή του Καμάργκ χτίστηκαν τη δεκαετία του ’80 σε μια αποτυχημένη προσπάθεια να κρατηθεί η Μεσόγειος στον κόλπο. Τότε η στάθμη της θαλασσας ανέβαινε λίγα χιλιοστά ετησίως. Τώρα, οι δορυφόροι έχουν ανακαλύψει ότι η στάθμη ανεβαίνει πολύ πιο γρήγορα από ό, τι πριν, καθως λιώνουν οι πάγοι και αυξάνεται η θερμοκρασία.

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ESA Euronews: Étudier les menaces climatiques avec Sentinel

Space vous emmène en Camargue, dans le Sud de la France, une région réputée pour ses paysages et sa faune, mais aussi sérieusement menacée par le changement climatique à cause de l’élévation du niveau de la mer. Des digues sur les côtes de Camargue ont été construites dans les années 80 dans un effort vain de garder la mer Méditerranée à distance. A cette époque, le niveau de la mer augmentait seulement de quelques millimètres par an. Aujourd’hui, les satellites montrent qu’il augmente plus vite qu’avant, à cause notamment de la fonte des glaces et de la hausse des températures.
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ESA Euronews: Klimadrohungen mit Sentinel untersuchen

Die Camargue in Südfrankreich im Rhonedelta ist eine Region mit einmaliger Landschaft und Tierwelt. Aber auch eine Region, die wegen des steigenden Meeresspiegels durch den Klimawandel ernsthaft bedroht ist.

Wissenschaftler nutzen Satelliten, um besser zu verstehen, was an Orten wie diesem und auf dem gesamten Planeten passiert.

Schon in den 1980er Jahren wurden Seemauern an der Küste der Camargue gebaut, um das Mittelmeer in Schach zu halten.

Damals stieg der Meeresspiegel nur um wenige Millimeter pro Jahr. Jetzt haben Satelliten festgestellt, dass das Wasser viel schneller ansteigt als zuvor, gespeist von schmelzenden Eiskappen – und es wird immer wärmer.

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(Part 7) Relationship Goals sa Plage de l’Espiguette

Video Blog No 7

Charles Trenet chante La mer, version 1968
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La mer (Version de 1975) [Remasterisé en 2017]
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Charles Trenet
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Bonus, raretés et pépites (Remasterisé en 2017)
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Charles Trenet, Albert Lasry
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(Part 4) Wow ang Ganda ng Beach dito sa Saintes- Maries- de-la- Mer

Part 4 of Video Documentary Series of our Travel in South of France.

Music by Louis Guglielmi (known as “Louiguy”), Original French lyric by Edith Piaf.
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Piano played by: Viktor Franek

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“La Mer” is a song written by French composer, lyricist and singer Charles Trenet. Trenet wrote the lyrics in 1943 on a train while travelling along the French Mediterranean coast. He supposedly finished writing in ten minutes on a piece of toilet paper supplied by the French National Railway Corporation (SNCF). The music was based on a 1938 popular song “Heart and Soul” and Leo Chauliac helped Trenet with the tune. Trenet recorded the song in 1946, which became an unexpected hit and has remained a classic song ever since.

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(Part 3) Road Trip to Camargue, France

Camargue, France 2018

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Voyage Voyage
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Kate Ryan
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Le Tour de Dance
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Dominique Dubois, Jean-Michel Rivat
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