The greenhouse effect
A life-sustaining envelope of gas surrounds the earth. This atmosphere contains oxygen, CO2, water vapor, and other gases-it is what generates climate, which affects all living beings. This program analyzes the sun's gradual brightening and the relationship between sunlight and CO2, explains why the atmospheres of Mars and Venus cannot sustain life, theorizes about the disappearance of dinosaurs and a dinosaur-friendly climate, and explains the relationship between climatic change and continental drift.
Redhead, Mark; Peck, Bob, 1945-1999
Vision Group; London Weekend Television, ltd; Caméras continentales; Société française de production et de création audiovisuelles; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Science television programs; Educational television programs; Documentary television programs
Agriculture, Environment, Conservation, the Natural World; Science, Technology; Science, Technology, and Math; Conservation, Environment; Climatology; Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric; Global warming
North America; United States
- Rights Statement
- In Copyright
Access is restricted to patrons at the University of Maryland.
- Physical Description
26 minutes; color
Access condition: campus-only.
Made by the Vision Group in association with Cameras Continentales and Société française de Production for London Weekend Television ; produced and directed by Mark Redhead. Narrator, Bob Peck.
- Other Identifiers
Filename: lms-089529; Fedora 2 PID: umd:10565; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/3040; Catalog Key: alephsys004124955; OCLC: ocn707970849
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