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Coping with Climate Change, Season 1, Episode 6, Native American Communities Affected by Climate Change Plan for the Future
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presented by Hari Sreenivasan, 1974-; produced by MacNeil-Lehrer Productions, in Coping with Climate Change, Season 1, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: MacNeil-Lehrer Productions, 2012), 8 mins
Native Americans from Maine to Washington State convened for a conference at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. Their goal: to discuss the effects of climate change on tribal communities.
presented by Hari Sreenivasan, 1974-; produced by MacNeil-Lehrer Productions, in Coping with Climate Change, Season 1, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: MacNeil-Lehrer Productions, 2012), 8 mins
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In the Americas with David Yetman, Season 3, Episode 10, Alaska: The wilderness of the volcanoes
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directed by Daniel Duncan, fl. 2010-2012; presented by David Yetman, 1941-; produced by David Yetman, 1941- and Daniel Duncan, fl. 2010-2012, Arizona Board of Regents, in In the Americas with David Yetman, Season 3, Episode 10 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2013), 26 mins
Two of Alaska’s vast national parks, Lake Clark and Katmai, have endured a heritage of volcanic explosions. Lake Clark is a wilderness of endless forests, lakes, marshes, glaciers, and recently active volcanoes, while nearby Katmai, born of one of history’s most violent explosions, shows the aftermath of a cat...
directed by Daniel Duncan, fl. 2010-2012; presented by David Yetman, 1941-; produced by David Yetman, 1941- and Daniel Duncan, fl. 2010-2012, Arizona Board of Regents, in In the Americas with David Yetman, Season 3, Episode 10 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2013), 26 mins
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Land of the Eagle, Episode 7, The First and Last Frontier
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produced by Paul Reddish, fl. 1986, British Broadcasting Corporation and WNET Channel 13, New York, NY, in Land of the Eagle, Episode 7 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1990), 49 mins
The story of how North America was discovered and tamed is told through two sets of eyes: the native Indians and the European newcomers. The series, which received a Finalist Certificate at the New York Festival, is a magnificent hotchpotch of paintings, photographs, old songs played on period instruments, contemp...
produced by Paul Reddish, fl. 1986, British Broadcasting Corporation and WNET Channel 13, New York, NY, in Land of the Eagle, Episode 7 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1990), 49 mins
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Nature's Orchestra: Sounds of Our Changing Planet
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directed by Robert Hillman, fl. 1975-2016; produced by Robert Hillman, fl. 1975-2016 and Stephen Most, 1943-, Lobitos Creek Ranch, Cinergy Media and Swiss Reel Films (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2015), 24 mins

Nature sounds have been recognized as crucial indicators of environmental quality ever since the publication of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring. Traveling across the planet to every continent since the late 1960s, noted musician and soundscape ecologist Dr. Bernie Krause has recorded more than 15,000 species -- ma...

directed by Robert Hillman, fl. 1975-2016; produced by Robert Hillman, fl. 1975-2016 and Stephen Most, 1943-, Lobitos Creek Ranch, Cinergy Media and Swiss Reel Films (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2015), 24 mins
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Minds In The Water
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directed by Justin Krumb, fl. 2012; produced by Justin Krumb, fl. 2012, Jonny Vasic, fl. 2012 and Dave Rastovich, fl. 2012 (Mill Valley, CA: Green Planet Films, 2012), 1 hour 26 mins
Five years in the making, Minds In The Water is the story of one surfer's international journey to help protect dolphins, whales and their ocean environment. Through the charismatic journey of one person’s life, witness an adventure spanning the globe from Australia and the Galapagos to Tonga, Alaska and Japan....
directed by Justin Krumb, fl. 2012; produced by Justin Krumb, fl. 2012, Jonny Vasic, fl. 2012 and Dave Rastovich, fl. 2012 (Mill Valley, CA: Green Planet Films, 2012), 1 hour 26 mins
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Nature, Episode 2, Bears of the Last Frontier: The Road North
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produced by Bill Murphy, fl. 2002 and Joe Pontecorvo, WNET Channel 13, New York, NY, in Nature, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2011), 53 mins
Chris Morgan explores the world of black bears caught in the crossroads of urban development in Anchorage and the wilderness. This is a new normal for bears and for their human neighbors. Some bears are so comfortable living in urban surroundings that their primary habitat is a golf course. In residential areas, b...
produced by Bill Murphy, fl. 2002 and Joe Pontecorvo, WNET Channel 13, New York, NY, in Nature, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2011), 53 mins
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Nature, Episode 3, Bears of the Last Frontier: Arctic wanderers
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produced by Bill Murphy, fl. 2002 and Joe Pontecorvo, WNET Channel 13, New York, NY, in Nature, Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2011), 53 mins
Chris Morgan travels to the far north of Alaska, the tiny North Slope town of Kaktovik. It’s early November and winter is coming on. But each year, the polar bears struggle for extended periods on dwindling fat reserves, waiting for the opportunity to hunt on sea ice that takes longer to freeze. In early spring,...
produced by Bill Murphy, fl. 2002 and Joe Pontecorvo, WNET Channel 13, New York, NY, in Nature, Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2011), 53 mins
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Nature, Season 30, Episode 6, Fortress of the Bears
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produced by Janet Hess, fl. 1995 and Shane Moore, fl. 19, Thirteen Productions, in Nature, Season 30, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 53 mins
Alaska’s Admiralty Island is home to an estimated 1800 brown bears, the largest concentration of bears in the world. Nearly 100 miles long and 20 miles wide, it is half the size of Yellowstone National Park, yet it sustains four times more grizzlies. The native Tlingít people call this island “Kootznoowoo,”...
produced by Janet Hess, fl. 1995 and Shane Moore, fl. 19, Thirteen Productions, in Nature, Season 30, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 53 mins
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Salmonera
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directed by Brent McDonald, fl. 2004 (Mill Valley, CA: Green Planet Films, 2004), 21 mins
Salmon isn't what it used to be. Ninety percent of salmon eaten in the U.S. is factory farmed, not caught. The fish are raised by the millions in giant floating netpens, all over the globe. The southern coast of Chile is one frontier being transformed from a string of remote fishing villages into fish farm row. No...
directed by Brent McDonald, fl. 2004 (Mill Valley, CA: Green Planet Films, 2004), 21 mins
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Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet 3D
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directed by Richard Dale, 1966-, Barry Cook, 1958- and Neil Nightingale, 1960-; produced by Deepak Nayar, 1959-, Amanda Hill, fl. 2007-2014 and Mike Devlin, fl. 2008-2014, IM Global, Reliance Entertainment, BBC Earth and Evergreen Films (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2015), 42 mins

Our main characters are a herd of large, frilled, plant eating dinosaurs – Pachyrhinosaurus. The film follows their youngsters through the seasons and the challenges of growing up and establishing themselves in this prehistoric world. From the moment they hatch, they face predators, extremes of weather and natur...

directed by Richard Dale, 1966-, Barry Cook, 1958- and Neil Nightingale, 1960-; produced by Deepak Nayar, 1959-, Amanda Hill, fl. 2007-2014 and Mike Devlin, fl. 2008-2014, IM Global, Reliance Entertainment, BBC Earth and Evergreen Films (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2015), 42 mins
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