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TERRA 243: When Dolphins Cry

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Hardy Jones takes us back into the deep, blue sea as spectators to one of the most amazing shows on earth! Watch, as Japan's dolphins jump, spin and play like ocean ballerinas. But life is not all fun for these beauti...

TERRA 216: Ocean Acrobats – The Spinner Dolphins – Part 1

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Glide along through the sparkling blue waters of the South Pacific with the ocean's greatest performers - the Spinner dolphins. The show goes on underwater too where Spinners work together to eat, sleep, and keep each...

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 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 514: Life by the Tide

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The Pacific inter-tidal zone is a harsh but beautiful ecosystem inhabited by creatures that developed bizarre and elegant forms in order to survive. This film takes place during low tide on a foggy summer day when the...

TERRA 534: Hindsight and Foresight – 20 Years After the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill

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In light of the recent catastrophe in the Gulf Coast region, it seems appropriate to re-visit the previous disaster of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska. This film, produced by NOAA, takes a look at the past 20 yea...

TERRA 219: Ocean Acrobats – The Spinner Dolphins – Part 4

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In this, the final chapter of the OCEAN ACROBATS series, we are treated to rare footage of Spinner dolphins feeding at night. Though we've seen throughout the series how Spinners have used their social skills and uniq...

TERRA 521: Chesapeake Gold

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Oysters were once capable of filtering all the water in the Chesapeake Bay in two days. Now after centuries of Oyster harvesting the bay is no longer capable of cleaning itself. A new brand of oystermen is emerging to...

TERRA 619: Reefer Madness

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The filmmaker's two obsessions, reef animals and filmmaking, intersect in this brief glimpse at the world of reef aquaria.

TERRA 401: The Water Carriers – Part 1

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'The Water Carriers' is the story of Callie Blackwood, an American engineering student, and Nina Omwereme Oyamo, a 23-year old woman from the Shirali region of southwestern Kenya. The lives of these two women, from al...

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 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 524: The Barge That Wouldn’t Budge

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In March 2009, a group of NOAA scientists and marine debris experts gathered on the shores the Potomac River to tackle a problem left ignored for the last 25 years. Abandoned during the construction of a local yacht c...

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 517: Sealed Off!!! – Part 1

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The beach known as The Children's Pool in La Jolla, California, has been a point of pride in the town for 75 years. Today almost no one goes there to swim, not since a pod of 200 harbor seals took up residence on the ...

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