Photographer Jocelyn Carlin


Environmental Stories from the Pacific Region

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Copyright © Jocelyn Carlin 2009
Tuvalu is best known globally as one of the low lying, small island developing states most gravely threatened by climate change, global warming and particularly sea level rise. At full tide during the seasonal spring tides, storm surge produces winds, big swells and waves crashing up against the protective sea wall along the coastline of the coral atoll
Other Galleries in this exhibition
Pacific Kiribati 09 | Environmental Stories from the Pacific Region | Pacific News -Tonga | Pacific News - Tonga2 | Another War Story | Tuvalu | Legacy Tuvalu - The Footprint on Funafuti | American Samoa and Samoa | Solomon Islands | Nauru/Kiribati/Fiji
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