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About Our Videos
Every week, instructors choose a new video to share with students. They may be short videos off of YouTube, or programs featured by Discover Channel or National Geographic. Here we list the videos that have previously been featured on the Oceanography Program Home Page.
Integraged Ocean Drilling Program
(IODP) Expedition 330--The
Louisville Seamount Trail
Integraged Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 330--The Louisville Seamount Trail
Al Trujillo talks about some current
issues in oceanography
with Alan Stahler of KVMR radio, Nevada City (November 2010)
Real-time Ocean Observing ARGO Float Animation (Play time: 1:49)
Science of Big Waves KQED QUEST A monster lurks just off the coast of Northern California (Play time 10:17)
Nearly 170 Gray whales spotted in Southern Calif CBS News Report, December 29, 2011 (Play time: 2:01)
Oceanic Submarine of Richard Branson
Simulation dive to the
(Play time: 2:41)|
The deepest place on the earth. The Mariana Trench! Why is the Mariana Trench so deep? (Play time: 3:36)
NOAA Ocean Explorer: Ocean Currents Lesson tutorial and Global Impacts (Play time: 8 min)
Cortes Bank waves Play time: 4:54 min)
Killer Whales Put on Show Off San Pedro A "spectacular" sight... whales came to within 40 feet of a sight-seeing boat off San Pedro.(Play time: 1:23 min)
The Secret Life of Plankton(Play time: 6:02 min)
New videography techniques have opened up the oceans' microscopic ecosystem, revealing it to be both mesmerizingly beautiful and astoundingly complex.
NOAA Okeanos Explorer(Play time: 6:02 min)
Highlights from April 12 ROV dive from NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer during the Gulf of Mexico 2012 Expedition.
The Majestic Plastic Bag - A Mockumentary(Play time: 4 min)
Narrated by Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons, this "mockumentary" video, hammers home the stark reality of California's plastic bag pollution situation.
San Diego's coastline experiences effects of second day of ‘king tides'(Play time: 2:25 min)
Tide rises to 7.4 feet, to drops to 2 feet! Channel 10 News story, photos, and video posted January 11, 2013
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