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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Manning, Aubrey

Dating the earth
"This program travels back in time to uncover the place where life began: volcanoes on the floor of the primordial ocean."--Container.
DVD 11195
Death of the dinosaurs
"Viewers follow scientists as they trace the evidence deep into the earth's core of molten metal and learn why these deadly eruptions were so vital to the progress of evolution."--Container.
DVD 11178
Earth and the moon
"Why does the earth alone sustain life? Scientists have found evidence of rivers on Mars, volcanoes on Io, and tectonics on Venus. But only the earth has all three features. Scientists have postulated that the answer lies in the earth's relationship to the moon. Astronomers are now scanning the galaxy for other habitable planets with the same configuration as the earth and the moon."--Container.
DVD 11515
Oxygen the poison gas /
"This program examines the possible consequences of human kind creating new gases, along with altering the composition of the atmosphere by building dams and removing forests"--Container.
DVD 10264
Winds of change
"See how 7 million years ago, as a result of India colliding with the Asian land mass, Africa became drier, and our ancenstors were driven out of the forests onto the savannah. In Asia, this collision resulted in monsoon rains that became linked to the tides in the western Pacific. This comprehensive explanation details how any oscillation in this pattern can result in typhoons and crop failures from California to Kenya."
DVD 11169