|1||Below Sea Level||15:00|
|2||Below Sea Level||15:00|
|3||Above Sea Level||15:00|
|001||Growing|| Above Sea Level / Below Sea Level (2xCass)||RandomAir Records||001||US||2003|
Double Cassette meant for simultaneous/continuous playback. Hard panned left and right to create a 'quadraphonic' experience. Originally recorded for 'Awash In Living', a photography show by Growing member Joe Denardo.
Second numbered edition of 200.
Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2004 Cassette от Above Sea Level, Below Sea Level на is a list of places below mean sea level that are on land. Places in tunnels, mines, basements, dug holes also with open sky, under water, under ice, or existing temporarily as a result of ebbing of sea tide etc. are not included. Places where seawater and rainwater is pumped away are included. Fully natural places below sea level require a dry climate otherwise, rain would exceed evaporation and fill the area. All figures are in meters below sea level, arranged by depth, lowest first: . Below Sea Level explores the aesthetics of active listening and, via a self-built MaxMSP patch, digitally disects the natural and man-made recordings Scott discovered within the Fens. The juxtaposing of analogue and digital timbres and textures, the man-made and natural world sounds, create epic interwoven soundscapes that blend the recognizable eg. birdsong with undistinguishable sounds, sometimes confusing what is natural and synthetic. Scott presents an abstraction of a place that is arranged and manipulated for aural contempl. At over 400 meters below sea level, it is the land area with the lowest elevation. The motions of the African and Arabian Plates, combined with the motion of shear-zone faulting has resulted in the formation of the deep Dead Sea Depression. Image by the United States Geological Survey. The photo above shows salt deposits of the Dead Sea - a product of high evaporation rate. Image copyright iStockphoto, Steven Allan. Today, large areas are under water that during the Great Ice Age were well above sea level. Mean sea lieevel MSL often shortened to sea level is an average level of the surface of one or more of Earth's bodies of water from which heights such as elevation may be measured. The global MSL is a type of vertical datum a standardised geodetic datum that is used, for example, as a chart datum in cartography and marine navigation, or, in aviation, as the standard sea level at which atmospheric pressure is measured to calibrate altitude and, consequently, aircraft flight levels. A common and. Title: Below Sea Level 2008. Seriously, the land areas below sea level remain dry simply because they're surrounded by higher land, so the seawater can't get into them. The largest such area on Earth is the Caspian Basin, which is a long way from the nearest seawater, and surrounded by lots of higher land. Like most such low areas, the climate there is quite dry, and the rivers flowing into the Caspian Sea don't make up for the evaporation, especially since people started diverting water for irrigation, so the water level has been falling an. Continue Reading. Loading If there weren't landmass bel. Global Sea Level. Explore the main causes: ice melt and heat-driven expansion of ocean water. Regional Sea Level. Sea level varies by region in response to many factors, from gravity to land motion to rainfall. The globally averaged trend toward rising sea levels masks deeper complexities. Why Are Some Places Below Sea Level It may sound counterintuitive, but our planet has a number of dry patches of land which occur below 0 feet-or mean sea level. The origins of these areas, 10 of which are featured below, are mostly the result of two geological and geographical phenomena. The first is a rift valley, or an area on the surface of the Earth which is being split or rent apart, causing the ground to 'drop' and resulting in a graben a depression in a planet's crust bounded by faults on at least two sides. The second is merely the drying of a lake or sea