Friday, September 25, 2009

Whoa!

In both the imperative sense and in the Keanu Reeves sense of amazement: coastal erosion on the Beaufort Sea. Each still frame (as best as I can tell watching the data flicker by on the bottom) is one day from early July to late August this summer.

From National Geographic, where there's more information.

2 comments:

Mule Breath said...

Amazing to see so much deterioration in such a short span.

Bob said...

Whoa, indeed.

That's kinda scary.