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Thu Oct 16 17:58:00 2014 UTClccn-n20060434030.16Biosphere 2 the human experiment /0.511.00EcoNews6820486n 20060434036957435Pearlman, Nancy Sue, 1948-lccn-n2009015305Educational Communications Collection (Library of Congress)np-merritt, jon cMerritt, Jon C.lccn-no2007115330Hart, Kenlccn-no94014033Video Projectlccn-n82052576Educational Communications, incnc-educational communications firmEducational Communications (Firm)np-fong, coriFong, Corinp-leyden, darryl j cLeyden, Darryl J.C.lccn-n79006463CaliforniaDepartment of Parks and Recreationnc-xenobiota xpossuresXenobiota XpossuresPearlman, Nancy1948-Wind turbinesWind powerLife support systems (Space environment)Biosphere 2 (Project)BiosphereSpace coloniesUnited StatesElectric power productionCaliforniaWind power industryNature conservationAlien plantsCalifornia--Marin CountyCalifornia--Santa Cruz CountyCalifornia--Mendocino CountyChildren and the environmentEnvironmental education--Activity programsEcotourismTourismCalifornia--Mount Shasta (Mountain)Tourism--Social aspectsPopulationClosed ecological systems (Space environment)FarmsTexas--Dinosaur Valley State ParkWetlandsDeveloping countriesAward presentationsCalifornia--Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation AreaWorld citizenshipOverpopulationBarbadosWater-supply, RuralImmigrantsWater qualityGlobalizationWild riceCivilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)National parks and reservesConservationistsLead mines and miningConservation easementsHuman-animal relationshipsFiresWetland conservationCalifornia--Santa Monica MountainsAnimal rights--Religious aspectsRecreationUtahMissouri1948197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120042008144914021406621.45TK1541ocn052574724ocn053461877ocn051752236ocn053306366ocn053461872ocn053306369ocn052541357ocn052109999ocn052374221ocn070103915ocn048533200ocn048533163ocn048533188ocn048375550ocn048533146ocn048375699ocn048533355ocn048533340ocn048533329ocn048533241201ocn035573037visu19910.21Wind energy for the 90's and beyondThis program discusses wind energy as a renewable resource, including the history of wind energy, how wind turbines on wind farms generate electric power, and wind energy economics112ocn056357774visu20000.27Pampas grass managing an invisible alien speciesThis video explains why the invasion of Pampas grass and jubata grass, two species from South America that have become invasive along the California coast, are a threat to California's native plants, and then demonstrates how to control both grasses. A brief segment shows restoration efforts in the Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area in Texas61ocn048689826visu19880.47A Focus on environmental education Kimbark Elementary SchoolFeatures a California elementary school's exemplary environmental education program41ocn038955984visu19920.74"Responsible tourism around the world"Looks how tourism impacts people's lives and their culture42ocn034050480visu19920.27Mount Shasta cathedral of wildernessNative Americans and environmentalists discuss the spiritual and ecological importance of Mt. Shasta and how the mountain must be preserved from further commercial development31ocn034586441visu19920.16Biosphere 2 the human experimentPresents the 1991 film, Bioshere 2, which describes the design and construction of this closed ecological system. Nancy Pearlman and in-studio guest, Linnea Gentry, discuss the concept of Biosphere21ocn050939730visu19951.00EcoNews21ocn052107546visu19961.00EcoNews21ocn049740311visu19931.00EcoNews21ocn038948794visu19950.92Darell Weist promotes responsible tourismDarell Weist and several studio guests discuss what should be done to promote social and ecologically responsible tourism, especially in third world countries. Also looks at what scientists are doing to save endangered species21ocn049248900visu19911.00EcoNews21ocn048375659visu19870.92EcoNews21ocn048375597visu19860.22EcoNews21ocn048375476visu19861.00EcoNews21ocn048533385visu19880.92EcoNews22ocn052493380rcrd19811.00Environmental directionsChris Nagano, research associate for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, discusses insects and their use, misuse, and decline21ocn049249049visu19920.22EcoNews21ocn049922630visu19940.92EcoNews21ocn049249024visu19911.00EcoNews21ocn048943562visu19900.92EcoNews11ocn023743668mix0.47Zero Population Growth of Los AngelesZero Population Growth of Los Angeles, Inc. collectionArchivesDocuments the activities, events, programs, and policies of Zero Population Growth, Inc., as well as providing information regarding a broad variety of social and environmental problems associated with continued increases in population. The collection includes administrative records, constitutions, by-laws, correspondence, legislation, minutes, newsletters, publications, publicity material, reports, newspaper clippings, surveys, and related reference materialThu Oct 16 14:57:43 EDT 2014batch28723