Did you miss "Life with Volcanoes" on Thursday at Arte?: Repeat of the nature documentary on TV and online

Did you miss “Life with Volcanoes” on Thursday at Arte?: Repeat of the nature documentary on TV and online

On Thursday (December 15, 2022), the nature documentary “Living with Volcanoes” was shown on TV. All information about the recurrence of “New Zealand: Crater in Maori Land” can be found online in the Media Center and on TV here at news.de.

On Thursday (12/15/2022) at 3:50 pm the program “Leben mit Vulkanen” was broadcast on TV. Did you miss a nature documentary on TV and still want to watch Episode 15 of Season 1 (“New Zealand: Crater Lakes in the Land of the Maori”)? can be here Good heartMedia library may be useful. Here you will find countless TV shows that you can stream online after airing them as VOD. You can usually find the program in the media library after it has aired on TV. Unfortunately, this does not apply to all programs. Arte also broadcasts “New Zealand: The Crater lakes in the Maori” again on TV: Am 12/27/2022 Around 2:30 p.m.

‘Living with Volcanoes’ on TV: This is what ‘New Zealand: Volcanic Lakes in Maori Land’ is all about

In New Zealand, volcanic activity is concentrated on the country’s North Island. The many massive crater lakes often feature the landscape here – once created by the planet’s giant eruptions. Roughly 85 percent of New Zealand’s volcanoes lie below sea level and only a few, such as the volcanic White Island, rise above the tides. 40 years ago, volcanologist Bradley Scott once a month visited the uninhabited island to observe what was happening around the crater lake. This time, Arnaud Guérin accompanied him as he took samples, the results of which were later recorded in his logbook. The temperature of the water and the composition of the gases provide information about the state of the magma and the processes within the volcano, which means that potential sources of danger can be identified. Arnaud Guérin then travels inland along the crater ridge in the Taupo volcanic region to Lake Taupo, New Zealand’s largest lake, which was formed during one of the most destructive eruptions some 27,000 years ago. Michael Rosenberg shows French geologist deposits that allow a reconstruction of the Taupo eruption track 1,800 years ago. Finally, Arnaud was given the privilege of accompanying a research party to Mount Ruapehu. Located in Tongariro National Park, the volcano is sacred to the Maori people and, like the rest of the area, is subject to strict protection rules. Before French geochemist Agnès Mazo can sample volcanic gases, Maori chief John Tao asks permission from suspected spirits on the mountain in a traditional ceremony. (Source: Artie, quoted by FUNKE Magazines)

A quick overview of all the information about “Living with Volcanoes” on TV

consequence: 15 / Season 1 (“New Zealand: The Crater Lakes in the Land of the Maori”)

TraitNew Zealand: Crater Lakes in Maori Land

repeat: 27.12.2022 (2:30 AM)

in: arte

production year: 2018

height: 25 minutes

HD: yes

All broadcast dates of “Leben mit Vulkanen” on TV

You can find out when and where you can watch the following episodes of “Leben mit Vulkanen” here:

Episode title(s) series consequence Date time Channel Duration
New Zealand: Hidden Treasures of Volcanoes 1 VIII 16.12.2022 11:40 a.m Good heart 30 minutes
Westman Islands: Guardian Islands 1 19 12/22/2022 2:55 p.m Good heart 25 minutes

(Season and episode number details are determined by the respective broadcasters and may differ from the designation in the official episode guides)

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ROJ / news.de

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