Joanna completes her Cuban journey in Guantanamo. Fifty-seven miles across the Windward Passage to Haiti, she discovers a very different country. She heads off to Cap Haitien to discover its history and the reality of life in Haiti.
Gordon Ramsay travels to the Alaskan Panhandle in mid-winter to learn survival skills from locals, and discover Alaskan cuisine.
Learn how the World Heritage listed Fraser Island came to be the largest sand island in the world. How do the sand dunes change on Fraser Island? Why is the microscopic fungi on the sand dunes important to the plants on Fraser Island? Why were thousands of trees logged many years ago on Fraser Island?
Naturalist Neil Hewett describes the symbiotic relationship between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. Why is DMS (dimethylsulfide) such an important climate gas?
Where are mangroves located? How do they protect the shoreline? What kinds of animals shelter in mangroves? Why are they known as 'coastal kidneys'? How do mangroves improve ocean water quality? How have mangrove trees adapted to survive changing conditions around them?
What are the warning signs of a tsunami and what causes them? Join the Fierce Earth team as they investigate the giant waves and then test your knowledge of the frightening natural phenomena.
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