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Oil Contamination Affects Food Web
This video adapted from KTOO examines a virus outbreak that affected the Pacific herring population in Alaska's Prince William Sound in 1999. Because the herring play a very important part in both the local economy and the subsistence lifestyle practiced by the area's Alaska Native people, community members and scientists have sought to identify the cause of the virus. One hypothesis suggests that oil from the 1989 Exxon Valdez tanker spill, though not the direct cause of the virus, is a stresso
Jeremy Siegel: Interest Rates Look Stable, but Beware the China Bubble
The U.S. economy may be getting stronger, but that doesn't mean interest rates will go up when the Federal Reserve meets next week on January 31. According to Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel, interest rates should hold firm at their current level for quite a while, and "the big question for the market is whether there will be any drops at all this year." He believes there is "a balance in the economy between strength and moderate inflation," and the Fed is unlikely to move interest rates
How Rivers Change the Land
From Dragonfly TV. Margaret and Elizabeth like to visit the Science Museum of Minnesota. The museum has a mini-golf course that was designed so kids can learn about rivers while putting. As they played, the girls began to wonder how real rivers work and what rivers do to the land. So after their game of golf, they packed up their canoe and headed for a local river. the canoe ride showed the girls how rivers meander; or twist and turn, and how the water deposits rocks and pebbles on the i
Hungry Beasts Migrate
Animal migrations from the grand to the miniscule enliven the plains of the Serengeti, one of nature's oldest ecosystems. The wildebeests are known migratory inhabitants, famous for their great surge across the plains in search of fresh grasslands. On a smaller scale and lesser known are the locusts, which also make a migratory journey when resources become scarce. Learn more about the wildebeests and locusts of the Serengeti in this video segment from Nature. Run time 02:47.
There are many strategies animals use for staying close to their food sources, as this video segment from NOVA: "The Mystery of Animal Pathfinders" explains. One of the most remarkable of these strategies, however, is demonstrated by the red knot, a species of shorebird that flies 20,000 miles annually in its never-ending search for food, especially the eggs of spawning horseshoe crabs. Closed captioning included. Run time 6:00.
Protest or Punches
In the Palestinian refugee camp of Baqa'a lives one of Jordan's greatest athletes. "Faraj the Boxer" trains at the Baqa'a Boxing Club with other local youth, but unlike most, he has Olympic potential. Join the explore team as they visit the gym and learn how Faraj struggles to live down the consequences of one very controversial decision.
This professional video from National Geographic shows the search for a missing bird-watcher. National Geographic explores the belief that the missing man was eaten by Komodo Dragons. Shows eating behaviors of Komodo Dragons. 2:49 min.
Quantifying honey bee mating range and isolation in semi-isolated valleys by DNA microsatellite pate
Honey bee males and queens mate in mid air and can fly many kilometres on their nuptial flights. The conservation of native honey bees, such as the European black bee (Apis mellifera mellifera), therefore, requires large isolated areas to prevent hybridisation with other subspecies, such as A. m. ligustica or A. m. carnica, which may have been introduced by beekeepers. This study used DNA microsatellite markers to determine the mating range of A. m. mellifera in two adjacent semi-isolated valley
Jesse Harris Songwriting Tips Interview
See this songwriters approach to creating new music. Recommends that new songwriters write a lot of songs, and to become knowledgeable in music. He suggests that you write music first then search for the words. (4:54)
Chanting and enchanting animals - Chap. 4/6 This video shows how Ecuador is the land of the amphibian. Video shows the different varieties of frogs. Almost one-tenth of all the worlds amphibians are found in Ecuador, almost 170 species of amphibians exist only in Ecuador. The search is constant for new varieties. Good quality video for students of any age from second grade on up. The video shows many colorful, close-up videos of the various types of frogs. Run time 03:15.
This video shows how Ecuador is the land of the amphibian. Video shows the different varieties of frogs. Almost one-tenth of all the worlds amphibians are found in Ecuador, almost 170 species of amphibians exist only in Ecuador. The search is constant for new varieties. Good quality video for students of any age from second grade on up. The video shows many colorful, close-up videos of the various types of frogs. Run time 03:15.
Joseph R. Bankoff President and CEO, Woodruff Arts Center - IMPACT
September 8, 2010 - IMPACT presents Joseph R. Bankoff, President and CEO, Woodruff Arts Center. Joseph R. Bankoff joined the Woodruff Arts Center in September 2006 as president and CEO. He has been an active part of the Atlanta arts community for many years. He worked to raise funds for Atlanta Arts Alliance (original name of the Woodruff Arts Center) and the 1983 expansion of the High Museum. He is a charter member of the High and long-time subscriber to the Alliance Theatre. He joined the Atl
I Love Lucy In Italy
Lucy goes to Italy and gets into trouble as she tries to soak up local color.
Tristin and Tyler's Tales from the City! "Donate Denim"
Tristin and Tyler donate their jeans to a local organization for recycling!
Butterfly and the Bog Beast
In this episode of Magic School Bus, the school soccer team is about to play a big game - and they need a new mascot. Janet, Arnold's bossy cousin, suggests the 'Bog Beast' as mascot, and the class heads for Butterfly Bog in search of the beast. There, the bus shrinks to butterfly size, and the kids are tricked, surprised, and frightened by what they think are 'Bog Beasts.' The kids discover that 'Bog Beasts' are really butterflies - winged wonders that protect themselves with camouflage and mim
Magic School Bus Sees Stars
Join Ms. Frizzle and the class as they travel to several stars in search of the one they purchased for a friend. This Magic School Bus video teaches the following two concepts: (1) The stars in the sky are distant suns like our sun - huge balls of gas that give off heat and light. and (2) The stars are so far away that they seems like tiny points of light. Run time 23 minutes.
What To Do After Submitting Your Resume
This short video provides tips on what to do after submitting your resume and includes examples on how to be successful in your job search and application process. Grades 9-12. (1:00)
Protest or Punches
In the Palestinian refugee camp of Baqa'a lives one of Jordan's greatest athletes. "Faraj the Boxer" trains at the Baqa'a Boxing Club with other local youth, but unlike most, he has Olympic potential. Join the explore team as they visit the gym and learn how Faraj struggles to live down the consequences of one very controversial decision
Watch biologist search for the legendary Knysna seahorse, a fish in which the male actually gives birth to their young. This is the rarest seahorse and lives only in South Africa. There are only about 35 species of seahorses. These fish are extremely fragile. They only eat live brine shrimp and are sensative to small changes in their habitats. Professional video footage and narration from National Geographic. Run time 02:48.
Secrets in the Salt
In this video segment adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, take a trip
to an underground salt deposit that formed 250 million years ago to
search for evidence of ancient life. Learn about the formation of the
salt deposit and observe as scientists drill into the salt walls to
retrieve samples. See liquids trapped within the salt that are millions
of years old, and hear from scientists who were stunned to find that
there were fibers of ancient cellulose inside.