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245 00 Lost rivers|h[Hoopla electronic resource]. 
260    [United States] :|bIcarus Films :|bMade available through 
300    1 online resource (1 video file (ca. 72 min.)) :|bsd., 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
508    Directed by Caroline Bćle. 
511 0  Narrator, Caroline Bâcle. 
520    Nearly every major city was built near the convergence of 
       many rivers. As cities grew with the Industrial Revolution,
       these rivers became conduits for disease and pollution. 
       The 19th-century solution was to bury them underground and
       merge them with the sewer systems. These rivers still run 
       through today's metropolises, but they do so out of sight.
       Lost Rivers examines hidden waterways in cities around the
       world and introduces us to people dedicated to exploring 
       and exposing them. In Montreal, urban explorer Danielle 
       Plamondon and photographer Andrew Emond follow the stony 
       underground tunnels that contain the Rivïre Saint-Pierre.
       In Bresica, Italy, a group of urban explorers conduct 
       popular, officially-sanctioned tours through the city's 
       network of medieval rivers. More and more municipal 
       governments are recognizing the wisdom of these explorers 
       and making their once-buried waterways more accessible. 
       Drawing inspiration from Seoul, whose Cheonggyecheon River
       was opened to the public in the early 2000s after 40 years
       of being hidden beneath a highway, Yonkers, New York has 
       committed itself to "daylighting" its Saw Mill River, 
       which has been buried under the city's downtown for the 
       past 90 years. In London and Toronto, planners are 
       rethinking the way they manage their rivers for 
       environmental reasons, responding to structural problems 
       that have to increasingly frequent flooding and sewer 
       overflows. As climate changes forces us to reconsider the 
       relationship between the built environment and our natural
       resources, Lost Rivers brings to life an aspect of urban 
       ecology that has long been kept secret. 
521 8  Not rated. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Documentary films. 
650  0 River channels|xHistory. 
650  0 Rivers|xHistory. 
650  0 Stream restoration. 
650  0 Urban hydrology. 
700 1  Bâcle, Caroline,|efilm director. 
700 1  Domingue, Alexandre,|edirector of photography. 
700 1  Goldberg, Howard,|d1948-|eeditor of moving image work. 
700 1  Soukup, Katarina,|efilm producer. 
710 2  hoopla digital. 
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856 42 |zCover image|u