Project Earth: South Tyrol - In The Trail Of The Alpine Ibex
Dr. Hans Joechler visits the Alps and South Tyrol Part 1, where he follows the Alpine Ibex. Park rangers follow different animals to make sure they are healthy and thriving in this region. Some animals seen in this video include the Alpine Ibex, Golden Eagle, Marmots, and huge Red Deer. (26:00)
The Continents Song
Here's a cute little tune that can be used to teach the seven continents. Asia, Africa, North and South America, Antarctica, Australia, and Europe too! (00:40)
HoloGlobe: Countries in the GLOBE Program as of April 1997
This is one of a series of animations that were produced to be part of the narrated video shown in the HoloGlobe exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the Earth Today exhibit at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. This particular animation was not used in the final video.
Egyptische Rijk : Werkblaadjes Het Egyptische rijk in een notendop. In vijf werkblaadjes, geïlustreerd met afbeeldingen, korte teksten en kaartjes, vind je:
Het Egyptische rijk in een notendop. In vijf werkblaadjes, geïlustreerd met afbeeldingen, korte teksten en kaartjes, vind je:
SeaWiFS - California Wild Fires Close Push (Oct. 17, 1999)
SeaWiFS - California Wild fires close push (Oct. 17, 1999)
Python vs Alligator
The Burmese Python is taking over as one of the Florida Everglades most dangerous wild animals. This aggressive Burmese Python takes on an alligator. (3:00)
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Why I Chose ISU-Kaitlin
This was produced by a current student, Kaitlin Nickrent, for the Admissions "Why I Chose ISU" Video Contest. It was one of five finalists. Keywords: Student Life
Remembering 9/11 - 9/11: Science and Conspiracy
Remembering 9/11: National Geographic conducts a forensic investigation to test some of the most common conspiracy theories of 9/11. This is one of the longer videos on WatchKnowLearn; it is one-and-a-half hours long.
Formation of a 'phantom traffic jam'
Read the full story at http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2009/traffic-0609.html
ICESat First Light Release: A Continuous View of Clouds
The GLAS laser system on ICESat is making unique measurements of the heights of clouds and their global distribution. In addition, ICESat can see the distributions of aerosols from sources such as dust storms and forest fires. This animation shows the distribution of cloud layers as seen from the birds-eye perspective of the ICESat spacecraft.
Frederic Remington, Ford's favorite artist
This dissertation demonstrates John Ford’s use of images from a wide range of sources in many of his films. In particular, it examines Ford’s use of images based on the conventions of American […]
Watch these inside buyers for predictive stock moves: Tarsala
Aug. 31 - Manufacturers and one big investment banks saw some significant insider buying in August, and a few were snatched up by seemingly predictive buyers, says Reuters Quantitative Analyst Mike Tarsala.
The Rise of Capitalism [Liberty & Property (2009)] The precapitalistic system of product was restrictive. Its historical basis was military conquest. The victorious kings had given the land to their paladins. These aristocrats were lords in the literal meaning of the word, as they d
[Liberty & Property (2009)]
The precapitalistic system of product was restrictive. Its historical basis was military conquest. The victorious kings had given the land to their paladins. These aristocrats were lords in the literal meaning of the word, as they d
1. Introductory Interference
OPTI 505R. Diffraction and Interferometry (3) II. Interference and interferometry; concepts of coherence; diffraction theory; Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction; optical transfer function; Gaussian beam propagation; holography; volume diffraction; speckle.
SCS25: Robotics at the Tipping Point
Moderated by Howie Choset, Professor, Robotics Institute Part of the 25th anniversary celebration of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, October 11, 2014 in Pittsburgh, PA. For more, visit: https://www.cs.cmu.edu/scs25
MSU Faculty conversations: Brendan Mullan
Brendan Mullan, associate professor of sociology in the College of Social Science, talks about how his Irish heritage shaped his interest in international migration. To read more, go to http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2014/faculty-conversations-brendan-mullan/
Exponents -- Introduction
A introduction to the teacher's guide on exponents.
MIT Sloan MBA Orientation - Opening remarks
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In this module, the concept of the "tragedy of the commons" is related to global environmental problems such as climate change and ocean acidification. The principal of the intergenerational […]