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What's it called? Saving the ocean with Carl Safina. Season 1 [electronic resource] / Chedd-Angier Production Company.
Who published it? [United States] : PBS : Made available through hoopla, 2013.
What's it like? 1 online resource (10 video files (ca. 300 min.)) : sd., col.
What's in it? Episode 1 Shark Reef Episode 2 The Sacred Island Episode 3 Destination Baja Episode 4 Swordfish!, Part 1 Episode 5 Swordfish!, Part 2 Episode 6 River Of Kings, Part 1 Episode 7 River Of Kings, Part 2 Episode 8 Trinidad's Turtle Giants Episode 9 Cod Comeback? Episode 10 Scourge Of The Lionfish.
Performers! Host, Carl Safina.
Credits Directed by David Huntley.
What's it about? From overfishing to pollution to climate change, the world's oceans are under siege. But there's reason for hope. Marine biologist and author Carl Safina offers up a refreshing change to the usual doom-and-gloom "environmental" news in this series that focuses on stories about people and communities around the world who are making a positive difference.
Access Digital content provided by hoopla.
Who'd like this? Not rated.
Special stuff to know! Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Helpful subjects! Marine habitat conservation.
Sharks -- Conservation.
Leatherback turtle -- Trinidad and Tobago -- Trinidad.
Pterois volitans -- Caribbean Area.
Pterois miles -- Caribbean Area.
Codfish -- New England.
Whale watching -- Mexico -- Baja California (State)
Nisqually River (Wash.)
Pemba Island (Tanzania)
It's a special thing! Streaming video.
More people who helped! Safina, Carl, 1955- host.
Huntley, David Moore, 1961- producer, director, screenwriter.
Angier, John, producer, director, screenwriter.
Roos, Randy, composer.
Truglio, Brian, editor of moving image work.
Berenson, David, editor of moving image work.
Lyons, Dan, videographer.
Flanagan, Tony, videographer.
Higgins, Nick, videographer.
Hoving, Peter, videographer.
hoopla digital.
Special numbers! MWT11152834
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