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21.

Treasure Trove

Survey the major physical, biological, energy, and non-extractive resources of the oceans. Recognize the economic worth of these resources. Examine means of extraction, distribution, abundance, present status, and future prospects.
Online
2015; 2003
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The Ocean's Memory

Examine marine sediments, which provide an important record of an ocean basin's history. The study of marine sediments employs the same techniques devised by terrestrial geologists, and is of commercial and scientific interest across many disciplines.
Online
2015; 2003
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Surf's Up

Watch this exploration of the disturbing forces that initiate movement of energy through the water, forming and propagating surface and internal waves. See the effects of extreme wave activity and examine why oceanographers are studying wave climates.
Online
2015; 2003
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Hands on

Watch this exploration of the work of oceanographers. Hear what motivates them to pursue the career. Understand the critical role of technology in their research. Delve into the challenges and joys they experience in their work.
Online
2015; 2003
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Food for Thought

Primary productivity in the marine environment is accomplished mainly by plankton. This video explores the types of plankton, their distribution, and productivity. View methods for measuring primary productivity and the factors that limit productivity.
Online
2015; 2003
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Survivors

Follow this exploration of the oxygen revolution and the origins of life. Examine the evolution and classification of the invertebrates from least complexity of body form and function to greatest complexity.
Online
2015; 2003