How the Earth Changed History: Season 1, Episode 3

Wind (2 Feb. 2010)
"How Earth Made Us" Wind (original title)

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Winds play a major role for life, mainly as a key factor in weather and climate, but also by transporting seeds, dust etcetera. Especially in the sailing age, winds were primordial for ... See full summary »

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Winds play a major role for life, mainly as a key factor in weather and climate, but also by transporting seeds, dust etcetera. Especially in the sailing age, winds were primordial for nautical transport and navigation, enabling exploration, migration, colonization, trade routes etcetera. Wind can either supply fertile loss, as in central China, or take the destructive form of storms. Written by KGF Vissers

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