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The Blue planet

Author: Richard Kiley; Gregory Andorfer; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.); National Academy of Sciences (U.S.); Films Incorporated.
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Films Inc., 1986.
Series: Planet earth, episode 2.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The oceans may still be the last great unexplored frontier on earth. Major revelations about the sea include a scientist aboard the space shuttle exploring a new chapter in oceanography and startling findings about the El Nino current that has caused worldwide devastation. A dive takes the viewer to the site of sea floor spreading and visits the depths of the "middle ocean" to see new species for the first time.
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Genre/Form: Electronic videos
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kiley; Gregory Andorfer; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.); National Academy of Sciences (U.S.); Films Incorporated.
ISBN: 9781897767269 1897767269
OCLC Number: 17680758
Credits: Series producer, Gregory Andorfer ; music, Jack Tillar ; photography, Norris Brock.
Performer(s): Richard Kiley.
Description: 1 videocassteet (VHS) (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: prog. 3. Physical and chemical makeup of the oceans --
prog. 4. Circulation of the oceans.
Series Title: Planet earth, episode 2.
Responsibility: produced by WQED Pittsburgh in association wwith the National Academy of Sciences.
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The oceans may still be the last great unexplored frontier on earth. Major revelations about the sea include a scientist aboard the space shuttle exploring a new chapter in oceanography and startling findings about the El Nino current that has caused worldwide devastation. A dive takes the viewer to the site of sea floor spreading and visits the depths of the "middle ocean" to see new species for the first time.

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