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DVDs:Animals and Nature:Nature and Environment:Earth: The Biography - Blu-Ray Disc

Earth: The Biography - Blu-Ray Disc

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Explore the great forces that shape the Earth—volcanoes, the ocean, the atmosphere and ice. How do these forces affect the Earth's landscape, its climate, and its history? CGI gives the audience a ringside seat at these great events, while the final episode brings together all the themes of the series and argues that Earth is an exceptionally rare kind of planet and we have a special responsibility to look after it.


This is a series that shows the Earth in new and surprising ways. Extensive use of satellite imagery reveals new views of our planet, while timelapse filmed over many months brings the planet to life. Offering a balance between dramatic visuals and illuminating facts, this ground-breaking series makes global science truly compelling.


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  • 2 discs; 230 minutes; 5 episodes
  • Resolution: 1080i
  • © 2008

Programs Included:


Volcano

Volcanoes have a fearsome reputation. In reality, they are the most important force in the creation of the planet as we know it today. Abseiling into a lava lake and cave-diving in a cenote, this episode shows how the heat that fuels volcanoes also drives some of the most fundamental processes on the planet.


Atmosphere

This episode shows why our atmosphere is unique and utterly crucial for life. Venture into the stratosphere in a Cold War fighter, travel to Siberia, and discover why Argentina is one of the stormiest places on Earth.


Ice

Ice may be nothing more than frozen water but it holds extraordinary power. Descending 150m down a frozen waterfall, this episode looks at a glacier in action from below and discovers why the huge Jacobshaven glacier is retreating, how it shaped our past and why it may now threaten our future.


Oceans

Traveling from Hawaii to the Amazon and Ethiopia and then on to the Mediterranean, this episode tells the story of the ocean's fierce waves, huge tidal bores, global currents and the future dangers of global warming.


Rare Earth

This episode looks at the big picture of Earth's place in Space. It has taken four-and-a-half billion years and several great catastrophes to turn it from a barren rock to the unique planet we know today.


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