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Title Our planet [(DVD) videorecording] : the past, present and future of earth / The History Channel.

Publication Info. [New York?] : A&E Television Networks, [date of publication not identified]
Distributed in the U.S. by New Video.
Location Call No. Status
 Nichols Adult DVD Nonfiction  550 OUR    AVAILABLE
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Description 3 videodisc (4 hrs., 40 mins.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD; widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.
Language Closed-captioned.
Note Title from disc label.
Originally seen on television in 2007 and 2008.
Special features: Bonus documentary "Inside the volcano"; Additional scenes.
For specific features see interactive menu.
Credits Disc 1. Narrator, Edward Herrmann ; camera, Jason Elison ... [et al.] ; editor, Huw Jenkins ; music, Justin Nichols. Disc 2. Narrator, Demetri Goritsas ; camera, Jason Ellson and David Swan ; editor, Chris Roberts ; music, Neil Maccoll and George Taylor. Disc 3. Narrator, James Lurie ; editors, Motoshi Wakabayashi, Kyle Yaskin, Kevin Browne.
Contents Disc 1. How the earth was made / produced by Pioneer Productions for the History Channel ; written and directed by Peter Chin. Disc 2. A global warning? / written & directed by Alex Hearle ; produced by Pioneer Productions for the History Channel. Disc 3. Life after people / written, produced and directed by David de Vries ; produced by Vincent Lopez ; produced by Flight 33 Productions for History Television Network Productions.
Summary Disc 1: How the earth was made. Examines the origin and geological evolution of the earth, focusing on the various cataclysmic transformations that occurred through time.
Disc 2 : A global warning? The History Channel answers the question: After 650 million years of climate change, is global warming simply a naturally occurring phenomenon, or the result of human activity?
Disc 3 : Life after people. What will the world be like when mankind is extinct? The pyramids may stand forever, but the cities will disappear. Our greatest masterpieces will fade and crumble. How long would it take before the last remnants of mankind completely disappeared?
Subject Earth (Planet) -- Videodiscs.
Historical geology -- Videodiscs.
Plate tectonics -- History -- Videodiscs.
Continental drift -- History -- Videodiscs.
Global warming -- Videodiscs.
Climatic changes -- History -- Videodiscs.
Paleoclimatology -- Videodiscs.
Human beings -- Effect of climate on -- Videodiscs.
Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric -- Videodiscs.
Global temperature changes -- Videodiscs.
Ice caps -- Videodiscs.
Extinction (Biology) -- Videodiscs.
Human beings -- Videodiscs.
Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Videodiscs.
Nature and civilization -- Videodiscs.
Genre Television programs.
Documentary television programs.
Nature television programs.
Science television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Chin, Peter.
Herrmann, Edward, 1943-
Hearle, Alex.
Goritsas, Demetri.
DeVries, David.
Lopez, Vincent.
Lurie, James (James Harrison)
Pioneer Productions.
Flight 33 Productions (Firm)
History Channel (Television network)
Arts and Entertainment Network.
New Video Group.
Added Title Inside the volcano.
ISBN 1422992519
Standard No. 733961229158
Music No. AAAE229150 History Channel
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