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Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 3, To Innovate Is to Imitate
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directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 3 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 53 mins
In just one century, technological and scientific progress has made unprecedented improvements in living conditions possible. Nonetheless, we are now realizing that these technical advances carried within them the seeds of many of today’s environmental and social problems. A new scientific approach is opening th...
directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 3 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 53 mins
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Australian Story, Part 1, Something In the Water: Part 1
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directed by Trudy McRobert, fl. 2007; produced by Wendy Page, fl. 2000, in Australian Story, Part 1 (Ultimo, New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2010), 29 mins
This program is about an unlikely alliance between a GP, a group of oyster farmers and a Sydney scientist. They banded together to investigate mysterious water quality issues in one of the most beautiful areas of Tasmania. Faced with what they saw as government indifference, local doctor Alison Bleaney and marine...
directed by Trudy McRobert, fl. 2007; produced by Wendy Page, fl. 2000, in Australian Story, Part 1 (Ultimo, New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2010), 29 mins
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BeeMan
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produced by Tim Scoones, fl. 1999 (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 1995), 27 mins
Some of his fellow scientists call him Mad Dog Roubik, a reputation David Roubik has earned for his ability to endure physical discomfort, a desired trait for anyone studying bees. Roubik's studies take him deep into the rain forest of Panama where, since 1979, he has been studying the effect of Africanized honeyb...
produced by Tim Scoones, fl. 1999 (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 1995), 27 mins
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Elements, Elements, Episode 16
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
Water- 20 year old turtle receives man-made shell. Earth- Forestry championships: Lumberjacks demonstrate skill and precision. Cause And Effect- Liverpool: Famous discovery by the school of tropical medicine -- the transmission of malaria by mosquitoes. Water- Holland: rising sea levels give the Netherlands plans...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
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Elements, Elements, Episode 23
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 25 mins
Atmosphere- Britain: Cambridge University researchers build one fuel-efficient car. Earth- Tibet: Conservationists warn growing trade in ‘Shahtoosh’ wool threatens Tibetan antelope. Cause And Effect- Europe: Message on European Melanoma Day. Water- A hotel for fish. Earth- Britain: Stone-age mound near Stonehe...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 25 mins
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Extreme Environments, 7, Sun
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produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Extreme Environments, 7 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2010), 23 mins
The Sun provides light and warmth that makes our Earth inhabitable. A yellow dwarf star that fuses hydrogen atoms into helium and releases huge amounts of energy in the process, the Sun is serves many functions. Used as an accurate basis for calendars, worshiped as a God and celebrated at Stonehenge, the Pyramid o...
produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Extreme Environments, 7 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2010), 23 mins
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Field in Focus, Hiwaga National Park
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presented by Marc Valitutto, fl. 2010; produced by Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, in Field in Focus (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2018), 2 mins
The first step to eventually predicting the next pandemic is studying infectious diseases in places where humans and animals frequently come into contact. About 75 percent of emerging infectious diseases begin in wildlife. Their research to help prevent the next pandemic has led wildlife veterinarians with the Smi...
presented by Marc Valitutto, fl. 2010; produced by Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, in Field in Focus (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2018), 2 mins
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Field in Focus, Linno Cave
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presented by Marc Valitutto, fl. 2010, in Field in Focus (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2018), 3 mins
Bats are important pollinators, but they can also carry infectious diseases. Wildlife veterinarians with Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute's Global Health Program are trying to help humans and bats live together more safely. Linno Cave in Myanmar is home to more than 500,000 bats. Their guano is harvested...
presented by Marc Valitutto, fl. 2010, in Field in Focus (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2018), 3 mins
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From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction
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directed by David Mrazek, fl. 2014; produced by Joel A. Greenberg, fl. 2009-2012 and David Mrazek, fl. 2014, Waubansee Productions Film (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2014), 58 mins
From Billions to None tells the compelling, little-known story of the rapid extinction of the once abundant passenger pigeon, and explores its lessons for today with the alarming decline of many species worldwide. These sleek and beautiful birds darkened entire skies, like nothing in existence today. Yet in a mat...
directed by David Mrazek, fl. 2014; produced by Joel A. Greenberg, fl. 2009-2012 and David Mrazek, fl. 2014, Waubansee Productions Film (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2014), 58 mins
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Geiger Sweet Geiger Sour, 2, Tales From The Radiation Age: Part II
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directed by Paul Yule, fl. 1995; produced by Fiona McKenzie, fl. 1995, in Geiger Sweet Geiger Sour, 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1995), 51 mins
This documentary looks at radiation and its effects spanning the era from the first x-rays to the Chernobyl disaster.
directed by Paul Yule, fl. 1995; produced by Fiona McKenzie, fl. 1995, in Geiger Sweet Geiger Sour, 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1995), 51 mins
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