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GF 75 .A643 2018

From concrete seawalls in China that now cover 60% of the mainland coast, to the devastated Great Barrier Reef in Australia and massive marble quarries in Carrara, the filmmakers have traversed the globe using state of the art camera techniques to document the evidence and experience of human planetary domination. At the intersection of art and science, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch witnesses a critical moment in geological history — bringing a provocative and unforgettable experience of our species's breadth and impact.

S 521.5 .C2 B54 2019

Filmmaker and novice farmer John Chester chronicles the eight-year quest he and Molly Chester went on when they traded city living for 200 acres of barren farmland in the foothills of Ventura County and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature.

QE 185 .G465 2010

Geologic Journey II will change the way you look at the world. In each episode, we dive straight into the Earth's mysterious geologic processes and explore both science and legend as we seek to understand and explain the geologic forces that shape our world, and our lives. 


GN 281.4 .J68 2002

How did the human race populate the world? A group of geneticists have worked on the question for a decade, arriving at a startling conclusion: the "global family tree" can be traced to one African man who lived 60,000 years ago.

QH 530.5 .N38 2004

Nature's Cleaners

Arguably the most basic law of the biosphere is this: waste matter must be recycled into fresh building blocks if life is to continually renew itself. To illustrate this principle, this program features close-up photography of carrion beetles reducing a rat carcass, pill bugs and worms turning leaves into humus, dung beetles dealing with animal droppings, microorganisms decontaminating sewage at a wastewater treatment plant, and bacteria devouring industrial pollutants.

QK 125.35 .O26 2006

Oconee Bells: On the Trail of a Long Lost Treasure

Clemson naturalist Patrick McMillian and co-host Nancy Neal travel to the foothills of the Blue RIdge Mountains in search of the rare Oconee Bell plant.

QL 50 P5832 2007

The Blue Planet: Seas of Life is the definitive exploration of the marine world, chronicling the mysteries of the deep, coastline populations, sea mammals, tidal and climatic influences, and the complete biological system that relies on and revolves around the world's oceans. Planet Earth does for the entire world what The Blue Planet: Seas of Life did for the oceans. Using high definition photography and revolutionary ultra-high speed cameras, this is the ultimate portrait of our planet.


QH 105 .S6 S54 2006

Shell Rings: A 4000 Year-Old Mystery

Clemson naturalist Patrick McMillan and co-host Nancy Neal are joined by local biologist/historian, Richard Porcher as they explore ancient Native American shell mounds and the wildlife of the South Carolina coastal plain.

QL 100 .V46 2011

Nature's most destructive and extreme poisons could contain the building blocks for a new generation of advanced drugs that could treat heart attack, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and cancer. Follow two scientists on their expeditions to track down and capture the planet's most deadly creatures, risking life and limb just to tease out milligrams of venom and get it to the lab.