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Norwegian banknotes featuring Snøhetta's pixelated designs now in circulation

Dezeen - Nov 1, 2018
Snøhetta's pixelated design for Norway's banknote goes into circulation. Varying for each banknote, the different pixelated patterns make reference to the Beaufort scale – an empirical scale used for measuring wind speeds based on observed sea conditions.

Wildfire raging in northern Greece

Xinhua - Oct 25, 2018
The blaze broke out before dawn under yet unclear circumstances in a pine forest and was fuelled by strong winds up to 9 on the Beaufort scale blowing in the area. At least 80 firefighters assisted by many volunteers, four water dropping airplanes, two ...

snøhetta's design for norway's new banknotes goes into circulation

Designboom - Oct 30, 2018
... graphically interpreted for contemporary times as the pixel. undulating waves and pixilated patterns vary from note to note by referencing the beaufort scale, which measures wind speed — on the 50 kroner note, the wind is gentle, represented by a ...

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Beaufort Scale Explained

The Beaufort Scale has been used since 1805 to measure the strength of the wind, and the scale is still being used today. The scale is divided into 13 forces and ...

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Beaufort Scale Explained | Ocean Edition

This video explains what happens to the Ocean at each stage of the Beaufort Scale. British Educational YouTuber trying to make sense of this complicated world ...

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Deane explains how the Beaufort Scale is used to measure and compare wind speeds. Some critical wind speeds are demonstrated in the television studio.

Tom Cunliffe on heavy weather and the Beaufort Scale

Reflections on extreme weather and how sailors measure it.