National Geographic
National Geographic 27 Oct 2020

Mapping the Highest Peak in the World

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A team of cartographers and technologists sets out to accomplish the groundbreaking task of creating a complete virtual reconstruction of Everest Base Camp and the surrounding Khumbu Glacier as part of the 2019 National Geographic and Rolex Perpetual Planet Everest Expedition. Watch as the team maps the impacts of climate change on Mt. Everest in a way the world has never seen before to better understand the world's highest glacier.


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