video record
Media not available in the Digital Archive
This special double length programme offers a montage of present day oceanographic activities and stories, with a brief dip into the past and a glimpse into the future. It explores the ocean depths... with ships and submersibles, we see how satellites are used to measure the global ocean surface, and how powerful computer models are beginning to predict ocean circulation.
Metadata describing this Open University video programme
Module code and title: S330, Oceanography
Item code: S330; 0
First transmission date: 1989
Published: 1989
Rights Statement:
Restrictions on use:
Duration: 01:00:00
Note: Loan copy available on compilation video S330/0,1,2,3,4,8
+ Show more...
Producer: Tony Jolly
Contributors: Jeremy Woodley; John Wright
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Coral reefs; Doggie Kingston Harbour; Dolphins; ERSI satellite; Hurricane Gilbert; Mangrove swamps; Siphonophore
Subject terms: Marine biology; Oceanography
Master spool number: HOU6268
Production number: FOUS565A
Videofinder number: 3272
Available to public: no