Fog

Fog is a meteorological phenomenon characterised by a thick cloud of tiny water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air near the Earth's surface.…

Hail

Hail is a form of solid precipitation (rain) consisting of balls or lumps of ice. In this scene you will be able to experience a…

Volcanic Eruptions

Volcanoes are geological formations found along the moving plate boundaries of the Earth’s crust. They are formed as molten rock, ash and gas are released…

Angel Island

Angel Island is a located in the San Francisco Bay, California, United States. It is the second-largest island in the bay, spanning approximately 740 acres.…

Swamp Biome – The Everglades

Many types of biomes are recognisable due to their specific characteristics whether they are countryside, rainforest, temperate woodland, desert, or mountain. They can be distinguished…

Snow

Snow can fall in regions around the world that experience cold temperatures and sufficient moisture in the atmosphere. It is formed through a process known…

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a world-renowned natural wonder that spans the international border between the United States and Canada. It is a breathtaking display of nature…

Fisheries – Fish Farming

Fisheries refer to the commercial and non-commercial activities related to the catching, processing, and selling of fish and other aquatic animals. This includes fishing, aquaculture…

Wild Fisheries and Sustainability

Unlike fish farms, wild fisheries refer to the harvesting of fish from the oceans. They serve as important sources of food, employment, and income worldwide.…

Flood Prevention

A flood occurs when a river overflows and water spills onto a flood plain. The cause of flooding can be a result of both physical…