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Welcome to Ontario, 1995
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Advertisement for CapeRace Cultural Adventures Inc., a boutique adventure travel company located in Newfoundland Canada (www.caperace.com)
Visits Count: 1551
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A video about Newfoundland, Canada
Visits Count: 1619
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A video made by Newfoundland tourism
Visits Count: 1573
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Item Duration: 01:02
The third Newfoundland Tourism Video
Visits Count: 1600
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Item Duration: 02:04
Kangerlussuaq, Raven (Dys site 2), and summit
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Item Duration: 05:27
NSF's Summit Station, Greenland, is one of the most remote research stations on Earth, situated in some of the most extreme conditions on the planet. At 10,000 feet in altitude, on top of two miles of ice in the very heart of the vast Greenland ice sheet, it's home in summer to as many as 60 support staff and researchers, studying snow, ice and climate change. Flying in fuel for generators for heating and electricity - "summer" night-time temperatures fall as low as minus 40 - is both expensive and polluting: the planes use a gallon of fuel for every gallon they deliver, and fumes from their engines, the station generators and traditional snow machines can interfere with experiments. Over the past few years, the station has been implementing many green strategies similar to those appropriate for more temperate environments - plus a few unique to Summit: replacing incandescent light bulbs; encouraging scientists to walk or ski; using waste heat to melt ice for drinking water and to warm buildings. In 2007, a new wind turbine is being tested, and a prototype electric snowmobile is in use, the latter a winner in a contest for student engineers. In "Going Green in Greenland", researchers say they think wind and solar could provide 75% of the station's needs in the future... and that if Summit - in such a challenging environment - can reduce its use of fossil fuels, it should be possible anywhere on Earth.
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Item Duration: 05:33
Animaniacs video of Wakko's famous 50 State Capitols song
Visits Count: 1689
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Item Duration: 02:03
Animaniacs - Presidents
Visits Count: 1655
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Kingman Reef in the remote Line Islands provide a glimpse into the past, what coral reefs were like before human intervention. EDF scientist Rod Fujita narrates.
Visits Count: 1735
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As part of a 2006 California Academy of Sciences Research expedition, I assisted in research and filmed the wildlife of this remote pacific atoll. The Tempest and the Time Machine is a rough cut of a film featuring one of our new National Marine Monuments. These remote islands will help us better understand these complex and beautiful coral ecosystems; protect fish populations including sharks; and allow scientists to compare human impacts on other islands, as well as predict future human and climatic impacts on our oceans and coral reef ecosystems, and how we might act to mitigate these impacts.
Visits Count: 1830
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Item Duration: 07:45
Taken during the 06/07 winter Albatross count on Midway Atoll
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A journey to a coral reef chain hidden in the Central Pacific forces scientists to revisit the definition of a pristine environment.
Visits Count: 1669
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Item Duration: 07:55
A journey to a coral reef chain hidden in the Central Pacific forces scientists to revisit the definition of a pristine environment.
Visits Count: 1668
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Item Duration: 08:02

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