Category: Ecology

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TERRA 1123: Ndzou Camp

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Not long ago, as the human population around Mozambique’s Moribane Forest Reserve grew and encroached on the forest, conflicts with elephants increased as the animals ravaged farm plots and banana groves. But with hel...

TERRA 1013: Stewardship with Vision, EP01: Jeff Laszlo

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Stewardship with Vision is a series of short films profiling conservation-minded landowners in the American West. The first episode of the series follows Montana cattle rancher Jeff Laszlo of Granger Ranches as he res...

TERRA 1112: A World Divided in Two Colors

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Our world is divided between the wise nature and excessive industrialization, which due to human thoughtlessness degenerates into excess chaos and pollution… Will the animals be the ones to show us the correct way o...

TERRA 1029: Forest in Flux

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A young boy goes on a hike in forest near his home. He sees changes happening in the forest and follows the clues to discover what is killing the trees.

TERRA 908: Potomac: The River Runs Through Us

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The Potomac River is the source of drinking water for six million people in the Washington DC area. Safe drinking water depends on clean rivers. Each person can make a difference to protect this essential resource for...

TERRA 803: WildFIRE PIRE – A World on Fire

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WildFIRE PIRE is a National Science Foundation five-year project that is an international partnership coordinated by the Montana Institute on Ecosystems and Montana State University that focuses on the causes and cons...

TERRA 1108: “Acid in the Gulf of Maine”, “The Lobster Pot Heats Up”, and “Attack of the Green Crabs”

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Acid in the Gulf of Maine A short animation about the potential impact of ocean acidification on sea life in the Gulf of Maine.  Produced with support from Maine Sea Grant, Dalhousie University, MEOPAR (Marine Envi...

TERRA 1105: In Pursuit of Plastics

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In Pursuit of Plastics follows the transatlantic expedition of The Ocean Cleanup as they sail through the North Atlantic Gyre aboard the S/V Sea Dragon to collect data on vertical plastics distribution. The Ocean Clea...

TERRA 915: After The Burn

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When a forest burns, what is left? This film follows a forest from the time the flames go out to the next spring, when species from woodpeckers to wildflowers flourish among the ashes. After The Burn introduces young ...

TERRA 1028: Hannibal

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The Hannibal Bank Seamount, 20 km west of Coiba Island, Panama, is an ideal natural laboratory to explore the processes that determine both bottom and water-column ecological hotspots. Internationally recognized for i...

TERRA 1118: Chilwe: The Island of Birds

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This short film explains why migratory sea birds arrive to the island of Chiloé, and the different migrations that the birds make. It shows how important wetlands are in giving these birds shelter, as well as exposes ...

TERRA 1116: Think Like a Scientist: Gorongosa

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This episode tells the story of Greg Carr, a philanthropist of sorts, and his involvement in the restoration of Gorongosa National Park after its destruction from 30 years of war in Mozambique. This film also features...

TERRA 1102: The Marvelous Musical Report of the Marine National Monuments

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A man with a mustached (Robert Sams) mysteriously emerges from the ocean with a briefcase on his way to deliver a report about the four Marine National Monuments of the Pacific Ocean. But his report is anything but or...

TERRA 1122: Chocolate in the Jungle

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A small group of Ecuadorians, united under the name of Itapoa, are buying up remaining land in the Choco Rainforest of Ecuador. Only 5% of its original size, very little of which is protected, the Choco once covered t...

TERRA 1115: Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Maize

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Ten thousand years ago, corn didn’t exist anywhere in the world, and until recently scientists argued vehemently about its origins. Today the crop is consumed voraciously by us, by our livestock, and as a major part o...

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