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grunewaldvolcans
Joined YouTube on: 2013-12-20Area: France  Language: French 
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Most Viewed Video from grunewaldvolcans YouTube Channel
615.45K Views· 2015-11-05 Published Date· 0 Likes· 0 Comments

NYIRAGONGO, JOURNEYS TO THE CENTER OF EARTH a film by photographer Olivier Grunewald In eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, on the border of Rwanda, bubbles the planet's largest lava lake. Mount Nyiragongo overlooks the town of Goma, now populated by more than a million inhabitants. Since 2003, a team of volunteers with a passion for volcanoes has helped the Scientists of the Goma Volcanological Observatory and UNOPS, The United Nations Office for Project Services, an operational arm of the United Nations working on the natural hazards in the DRC, to learn more about this African giant. Seasoned explorers used to difficult terrain and harsh conditions, they help volcanologists descend into the huge crater to collect lava and gas samples, gather data and install sophisticated monitoring equipment. This 52-minute documentary by Olivier Grunewald retraces the adventure of these enthusiasts at the edge of the world's largest lava lake over the past ten years. Their last mission in June 2015 was made possible thanks to the IRIS Foundation / Fondation de France and PETZL Foundation. NYIRAGONGO VOYAGES AU CENTRE DE LA TERRE Un film d'Olivier Grunewald Dans l’Est de la République Démocratique du Congo, à la frontière du Rwanda, bouillonne le plus grand lac de lave de la planète. Le volcan Nyiragongo domine la ville de Goma, peuplée aujourd’hui de plus d’un million d’habitants. Depuis 2003, une équipe de passionnés de volcans apporte bénévolement son aide aux scientifiques de l’Observatoire Volcanologique de Goma et à l’UNOPS, antenne des Nations Unies pour les risques naturels en RDC, pour mieux connaître ce géant africain. Aguerris aux terrains difficiles, ils vont aider les volcanologues à descendre dans l’immense cratère pour collecter des échantillons, amasser des données et installer du matériel de surveillance. Le film d’Olivier Grunewald retrace en 52 minutes, l’aventure de ces passionnés, pendant plus de 10 ans, au chevet du plus grand lac de lave de la planète. La dernière mission en juin 2015 a été possible grâce à l'aide des Fondations IRIS / Fondation de France et Fondation PETZL

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