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TERRA 816: Reduce Reuse Recycle-tron

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Bjorn, a surly viking transported to the present through mysterious circumstances, must come to terms with Resource Conservation (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) through the expert coaching of high school students Brenda and ...

TERRA 303: Jewels of the Jungle – Part 1

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Dr. Gary Strobel's signature red stocking cap lives in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Why? Strobel is one of only a handful of plant scientists scouring the planet the old-fashioned way for the n...

TERRA 807: Inches of Snow and Tide

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The Olympic Peninsula is a land of snowy mountains, rocky tidepools, and crashing waves. Explore one small patch of coastline at low tide and you can find tiny sea stars, camouflaged fish, and eighty-year-old anemones...

TERRA 321: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 1

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"Jewels of the Jungle" is back by popular demand! Picking up where we left off from the first half of Jewels, the second series continues plant scientist Dr. Gary Strobel's amazing journey around the world to discover...

TERRA 902: Living in Pele’s Paradise (Part 2)

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A famous eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai'i, started in 1959 with spectacular fountains of lava and ended in 1960 with the tragic destruction of Kapoho village. This movie (part 2 of 2) shows how the scientific and ...

TERRA 724: Voices of Yellowstone

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Many people come to Yellowstone National Park to see the fantastic landscapes. Wise visitors also come to experience the amazing soundscapes. This film provides some insight into the value of natural sounds in wild pl...

TERRA 703: Lines In The Sand

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In 1998, Dr. James Thomson perfected a method to grow human Embryonic Stem Cells in a laboratory environment. His discovery sparked a new debate in what historically has been a long line of moral dilemmas initiated by...

TERRA 328: Lunacy

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Dogs, surfers, and astronomers have long been fascinated by Earth's moon. In the 20th century, we went from admiring and conjecturing about the moon, to setting foot upon its rocky surface. This amazing journey has de...

TERRA 1004: Sunken Stories

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A shipwreck is mystery, power, romance and danger. There’s a magic to watching one never seen by human eyes materialize from the darkness of the deep ocean. Sunken Stories follows the initial survey of a newly discove...

TERRA 237: The Last Run – Part 1

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"Ironically, as we work to save the salmon, it may turn out that the salmon save us." (Paul Schell, Mayor of Seattle) Salmon are an indicator species - their health closely tracks the health of the watershed to which ...

TERRA 305: Jewels of The Jungle – Part 3

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The final installment of "Jewels of the Jungle" sees Dr. Strobel link up with his old friend Pablo Rojas, a microbiologist from Mexico. Rojas wants to learn how Dr. Strobel identifies plants with medicinal value. But ...

TERRA 239: The Last Run – Part 3

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Part Three of "THE LAST RUN" chronicles the spawn, the critical final chapter in the salmon life cycle. In 2002, under pressure from a serious drought, upstream farmers were authorized by the President of the United S...

TERRA 608: The Species Problem

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These days the term 'species' is thrown around as if it were a definite unit, but the realities of defining a species are much trickier, and more contentious, than they seem. ;Biologists have argued over the definitio...

TERRA 613: Biofilm

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"Biofilm" is an introduction to a relatively new field of medical research that investigates bacteria colonies known as biofilm. Recent research has shown that biofilm colonies often inhabit wounds of immuno-compromis...

TERRA 444: Museum of the Rockies: Dino Diaries

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Have you ever wondered how scientists look for dinosaur bones, or how they get these fossils safely out of the ground once they find them? Find answers to these questions and more as students and paleontologists from ...

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