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Deep Crisis [electronic resource]

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Examines steps being taken to mitigate the impact of dams upon declining salmon populations and to document the migratory patterns of Atlantic bluefin tuna.
Online
2005; 2003
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Battle of the Atlantic

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1997; 1964
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Life Stream (North)

The Atlantic Ocean stretches 10,000 miles, including a 90 kilometer stretch of a warm current called the Gulf Stream. The Gulf Stream propels the migration of many different animal species, creating unique feeding frenzies for the predatory whales of the Atlantic Ocean. Jellyfish, sea turtles, fish, plankton, and people are also affected by the Gulf Stream that warms Northern Europe and keeps the Arctic Ocean from freezing. Learn about the symbiotic essence of the Gulf Stream and the Atlantic Ocean.
Online
2016; 2015
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From Heaven to Hell (Tropical)

The warm, tropical Atlantic Ocean is home to dolphin, manatees, coral reefs filled with algae, fishermen, and many more species. As the temperature rises in the summer and is cooled by torrential downpours caused by hurricanes, the life cycles of the flora and fauna are affected in their oceanic habitats. This film features the Atlantic spotted dolphins, the lush sanctuary of the mangrove forest, and the violent storms off the coast of Africa.
Online
2016; 2015
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Could We Survive an Atlantic Mega-Tsunami [electronic resource]

In the West we think of devastating tsunamis as events that happen elsewhere in the world - across the far seas and in news bulletins on our televisions, affecting nations vulnerable to the Earth's seismic instability. But what would happen across the world if a tsunami was triggered by a major landslide in the Atlantic Ocean? Where would it hit, and would we survive? How would we cope in the aftermath? Could We Survive a Mega-Tsunami reveals that in the Atlantic there is in fact a 'Big One' waiting to happen. Creatively weaving compelling scientific fact with realistic dramatization, supported by real and specially shot 'user generated footage' some of which is enhanced by CGI, this program brings the reality of an unparalleled Atlantic tsunami to life in an authentic way.
Online
2013