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Performer: DPM357X
Genre: Electronic
Title: Greenlands Melting Glaciers
Released: 2014
Style: Experimental, Ambient, Abstract
FLAC version ZIP size: 1171 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1204 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1537 mb
Rating: 4.1
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greenlands melting glaciers by DPM357X, released 28 November 2014 1. Sermeq Qujalleq 2. Kangerdlugssuaq 3. Igdlupdlip 4. Nunakatassaap 5. Umiamako 6. Tingmjamiut. DPM357X debut on Global Warming Records with their EP "greenlands melting glaciers". All sleeve and label artwork spraypainted and stamped individually. Includes unlimited streaming of greenlands melting glaciers via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 5 days. 10 GBP. Send as Gift. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Promo video featuring excerpt from DPM357X 12" Vinyl Record 'Greenland's Melting Glaciers' released on Global Warming Records. dpm357x is Howard Jacques and Franziska Lantz. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

The Greenland Ice Sheet, which contains enough water to raise sea levels by around seven metres if it melts completely, is expected to be a major source of sea level rise over the coming centuries. Scientists, led by the University of St Andrews, have now taken an important step towards improving these predictions. Their study, carried out in collaboration with the Universities of Sheffield, Edinburgh, Cambridge and California San Diego, examined the behaviour of ten large glaciers in east Greenland over a 20-year period (1993 –2012) using satellite imagery to track their retreat.

Melting glaciers are once again in the news, along with the associated threat of rising sea levels. NASA satellites have reported wide spread melting across Greenland which has the climate change alarmists all atwitter. Meanwhile, some 80 year old scientific data has revealed that this is not the first time that there has been a period of glacial retreat in Greenland

Ten Cubic Kilometers of Ice Lost From Jakobshavn Glacier in Less than One Month. Robertscribbler, 6 June, 2014. Now multiply that by ten and you end up with a veritable mountain range. Think of it. An entire mountain range of ice. That’s a good rough comparison to the volume of ice lost from just a single Greenland glacier over the course of a mere 26 days from May 7 to June 1 of 2014. Massive ice loss from Jakobsbavn glacier captured by Espen Olsen. Image source: The Arctic Ice Blog.

On August 16th, a photographer will set out for Greenland, tracing the path of Norse explorer Leif Eriksson, with the goal of documenting melting glaciers, paying tribute to the country’s history, and documenting human intervention in nature. This series, called Inertia, continues Steve Giovinco’s landscape work, and will take place largely at dawn, twilight, and nighttime. In addition to capturing the effects of climate change and the landscape’s transformation, Giovinco will document historical sites and ruins. The photographer began his documentation of historical and natural sites fifteen.

The Arctic is melting at an alarming rate. What's happening there could be disastrous for hundreds of millions of people. Climatologist Jason Box says there are hundreds of glaciers in Greenland like Helheim, and many of them have doubled in speed. Jason Box isn’t the only one stunned by Greenland’s quickly shifting landscape. For those who call the island home, the melting ice sheet is changing centuries of tradition. Like his father and grandfather before him, Tobias Ignatiussen has been hunting with his dogs since he was a boy. But today there’s much less ice for dog-sledding, and the 56-year-old worries that his children will grow up in a very different Greenland to the one he remembers.

Investigating Greenland's Melting Glaciers. Video 14 September, 2010. Scientists supported by Greenpeace find evidence that Greenland's glacier are melting faster than expected because of the influx of subtropic waters to the Arctic. Embed this video in your webpage.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Sermeq Qujalleq
Instruments – Howard JacquesInstruments, Vocals – Franziska Lantz
A2 Kangerdlugssuaq
Instruments – Howard JacquesInstruments, Vocals – Franziska Lantz
A3 Igdlupdlip
Instruments – Howard JacquesInstruments, Vocals – Franziska Lantz
B1 Nunakatassaap
Instruments – Howard JacquesInstruments, Vocals – Franziska Lantz
B2 Umiamako
Instruments – Howard JacquesInstruments, Vocals – Franziska Lantz
B3 Tingmjamiut
Instruments – Howard JacquesInstruments, Vocals – Franziska Lantz


  • Cover – Franziska Lantz
  • Instruments – Howard Jacques (tracks: All Tracks)
  • Instruments, Vocals – Franziska Lantz (tracks: All Tracks)


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