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TERRA 446: Algal Biofuels II

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Will algae provide the world with the biofuels of the future? Using algae to produce biofuels addresses many of the problems posed by traditional biofuels such as corn. Algal Biofuels II explores the work and perspect...

TERRA 322: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 2

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This installment of Jewels sees Dr. Gary Strobel travel from the lush forest of South America to the clinical world of the laboratory. But the lab is no less exciting than the field, especially since some of the sampl...

TERRA 1025: Your Brain on Music

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Music moves us from the inside out. Whether its smooth jazz, hair metal, or hokey tonk, music has an undeniably powerful effect upon our emotions and behavior. Through following sound’s journey through the brain, this...

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 223: Black Tale – The Whirling Disease Invaders – Part 2

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Part Two of "Black Tale" continues to explore the problem caused by a parasite which came from Europe and was introduced into the Rocky Mountains. Beyond research, this episode reveals how your efforts can help preven...

TERRA 342: Water for Tea

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NASA has been sending up space shuttles for as long as I can remember. But what you might not know is that not all the missions you see take off from Cape Canavarel are about landing on the moon or sending someone to ...

TERRA 449: Frog, Chemical, Water, You – Part 2

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Amphibians are indicator species. Because of their sensitive permeable skin, scientists use amphibians to gauge the overall health of the worldwide ecosystem that we all share. So with nearly half of the world's amphi...

TERRA 340: A Life with Skulls – Part 2

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Ray Bandar is not your average museum curator. How could he be with nicknames like Dr. Bones and Reptile Ray? He spends his days dressed in tattered clothes, walking San Francisco's beaches in search of the ultimate s...

TERRA 339: A Life with Skulls – Part 1

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Ray Bandar is not your average museum curator. How could he be with nicknames like Dr. Bones and Reptile Ray? He spends his days dressed in tattered clothes, walking San Francisco's beaches in search of the ultimate s...

TERRA 1101: The Owls of Montana – Episode 2

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This second episode of a 2-part series on Montana's owls gets up close and personal! Distill Productions follows along with the team at the Owl Research Institute as they trap and tag Boreal, Northern Sah-wet, and Sho...

TERRA 1110: Cold Feet

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Jonathan Spear, a graduate student in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University, dives into the subject of aquatic songbirds as he learns more about the unique little creatures that are Americ...

TERRA 225: Root of the Problem

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Yellowstone National Park has one of the world?s most stunning natural landscapes. Tourists flock from all over the world to view its incredible wildlife and geo-thermal features. But there is something amazing about ...

TERRA 431: Crazy Dream

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Steve Titus has what he calls a 'hobby gone awry.’ His solo garage project, self-funded and self-improvised, is to change the world by designing the ‘Solar Bug’ – a prototype for a combination ATV and solar electric c...

TERRA 1010: Avalanche Engineers

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AVALANCHE ENGINEERS is the story of two scientists who delve deep into the mysteries of the snowpack to find out how a snowflake becomes an avalanche. Filmed in Bozeman, Montana, this mini­doc takes you on a...

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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