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Alyeska: The Great Land (1986)

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  • Flying Inverted - Alaska Airlines Flight 261

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    Alaska Airlines Flight 261 was a scheduled international passenger flight on January 31, 2000, from Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico, to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle, Washington, United States, with an intermediate stop at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.

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  • Treasure of the Andes

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    Treasure of the Andes, alpacas, llamas, guanacos and vicunas, which provide transportation, wool and food for the Andean people.

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  • You Asked For It

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    Jack Wilson's appearance on You Asked For It

  • Alaska Explained ????????????????

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  • What To Do In Talkeetna: Alaskas Tiny Town!

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    A small tour of Talkeetna on the way to Denali.

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  • Alyeska: The Great Land

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    Wildlife in Alaskas Brooks Range region includes scenes of caribou during the fall mating season; grizzlies feasting on roots; and migratory birds feeding on insects.





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  • Pantanal: Prairie of Great Waters

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    Pantanal: Prairie of the Great Waters, a 40,000 square-mile wetland in southwest Brazil. Observed: tapirs, which use prehensile snouts to feed on roots and leaves; caimans, crocodiles that prey on fish; fist-size apple snails; and cormorants.

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  • Secrets of an African Jungle

    56:55

    Searching for the Secrets of an African Jungle Forest in Korup, a Cameroonian rain forest. Observed: the pygmy chameleon; the drill, a rare baboon species; the pygmy flying squirrel; and the crowned eagle.

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  • Ballot Measure 1 presentation to Alyeska employees.

    52:49

    Former BP Alaska president Janet Weiss breaks down Ballot Measure 1: What it means for jobs, what impacts it would have on the industry and the state, and why TAPS would face even more challenges if it passes. Weiss makes it clear that a healthy economy requires voting No on Ballot Measure 1 in November.

  • Visions of the Wild - Full Length documentary on Wilderness Conservation

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    Award-winning documentary on the U.S. wilderness conservation movement. Examines the evolution of wilderness management by the U. S. Forest Service and the intrinsic values of wilderness. Watch full length documentaries on

  • Alyeska Alaska Gondola

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    Alyeska Resort Gondola Timelapse Alaska

  • Time Life Nature Video Library: Elephant - Lord of the Jungle

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  • Alaskan Centennial

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    Alaska's History: The People, Land, and Events of the North Country (Alaska Pocket Guide)
    The history of Alaska dates back to the Upper Paleolithic period (around 14,000 BC), when wanderer groups crossed the Bering land bridge into what is now western Alaska. At the time of European contact by the Russian explorers, the area was populated by Alaska Native groups. The name Alaska derives from the Aleut word Alaxsxaq (also spelled Alyeska), meaning mainland (literally, the object toward which the action of the sea is directed).[1]

    In the 1890s, gold rushes in Alaska and the nearby Yukon Territory brought thousands of miners and settlers to Alaska. Alaska was granted territorial status in 1912 by the United States of America.

    In 1942, two of the outer Aleutian Islands—Attu and Kiska—were occupied by the Japanese and their recovery for the U.S. became a matter of national pride. The construction of military bases contributed to the population growth of some Alaskan cities.

    Alaska was granted U.S. statehood on January 3, 1959.

    In 1964, the massive Good Friday earthquake killed 131 people and leveled several villages.

    The 1968 discovery of oil at Prudhoe Bay and the 1977 completion of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline led to an oil boom. In 1989, the Exxon Valdez hit a reef in Prince William Sound, spilling between 11 and 34 million US gallons (42,000 and 130,000 m³) of crude oil over 1,100 miles (1,600 km) of coastline. Today, the battle between philosophies of development and conservation is seen in the contentious debate over oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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  • Valdez

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    On August 1, 1977, the S.S. “Arco Juneau” departed Valdez, Alaska, loaded with the first shipment of crude oil from Alaska's North Slope. The oil had been transported 800 miles across the rugged state to Valdez through the recently-completed trans-Alaska pipeline. In this 1978 “Alaska Review” news segment, reporters examine the changes taking place in the City of Valdez due to development of Alaska’s oil industry. Those interviewed include: John Kelsey, Valdez business owner; Bill Tingley, marine pilot; and Commander Homer Purdy of the U.S. Coast Guard. The report contains scenes of Valdez, tanker traffic, pipeline terminal facilities, and the Valdez Narrows (Sound/Color/U-matic videotape).

    Airing from 1976 to 1987, Alaska Review was the first statewide public affairs television program in Alaska. The show was designed to explore public policy issues confronting Alaska, and to assist citizens in making decisions about the future of their land. Produced by Independent Public Television, Inc., (IPTV), the series eventually consisted of 16 one-hour shows, 46 half-hour shows, and one three-hour special broadcast. Funded through the Alaska Humanities Forum and State of Alaska, the series won multiple awards for public service and educational programming. IPTV dissolved in 1988. Videotapes for all finished productions and raw footage were later moved to the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), where they became housed with the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives department in the Rasmuson Library at UAF, shortly after the unit was founded in 1993. The Alaska Film Archives is currently seeking funding to preserve and digitize all of the original full interviews gathered in the making of the Alaska Review series. Copies of finished productions are also held by Alaska State Library Historical Collections in Juneau. For more information, please contact the Alaska Film Archives at University of Alaska Fairbanks.

    This sequence contains excerpts from AAF-4959 from the Alaska Review collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.

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  • Land of the Eagle

    56:28

    Wood rats, hawks, lizards and snakes are among the desert creatures Living on the Edge in Part 6 of Land of the Eagle. Also included: the horned rattlesnake, the Gila monster, the sand swimmer and the beaver.

  • Yellowstone in Winter

    56:37

    Cinematographer Wolfgang Bayer braved extreme cold and treacherous terrain to record Yellowstone in Winter. The season is a time of scarcity and adaptation for the park's animals, including pikas that store food in underground nests; grizzly bears that fatten up before hibernating.

  • Anglia Survival 1986 The Many Moods of Manas

    24:43

  • Time Life Nature Video Library: Spirits of the Forest

    58:41

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  • 10 curiosidades del estado de Alaska/10 Curiosities of the state of Alaska

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  • Eyes on the Past: Saving Alaskas History

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    This 1990 program celebrates archival collections at University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). Established in 1965, the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives (APRCA) has more than tripled in size over the 30 years since this video was made. APRCA continues to welcome and serve students and researchers from UAF and from around the world. This video highlights and examines one large collection in particular: the Alaska Steamship Company Collection, consisting of the company's business records, publications, books and photographs. The Alaska Steamship Company plied Alaskan waters for many decades. Beginning in 1895, its ships hauled gold stampeders, supplies, tourists, copper and other goods. In later years the company's focus shifted exclusively to shipping freight. In 1971, after 75 years in business, the company ceased operations; it was the longest-running shipping firm in history up to that point. This video program was researched, written and produced by Dan O'Neill, videotaped and edited by Tom Wolf, and narrated by Ann Secrest, with audio by Jack Johnson and Jody Paulson. Interviewees include archivist Gretchen Lake, collector and donor Jack Dillon, and Alaska historian Terrence Cole. Special thanks are given to Paul McCarthy, David Hales, Terrence Cole, Gretchen Lake, Marge Naylor, Mary Goodwin, William Schneider, Rose Speranza, and Kyle O'Neill. The video was produced by the IMPACT department of the UAF Rasmuson Library (Color/Sound/VHS videotape).

    This sequence is an excerpt from AAF-3982 from the UAF Marketing and Communications collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.

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  • Selva Verde: The Green Jungle

    56:27

    Wildlife in the massive Central American rain forest stretching across parts of Belize, Costa Rica and Panama. Observed: three-toed sloths, army ants and a jaguar.

  • Time Life Nature Video Library: Selva Verde: The Green Jungle

    57:58

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  • American Trickster

    55:14

    Studying coyotes, who are observed hunting; finding a mate; raising pups; learning to nurse and stalk prey. Also: comments from California residents on this “menace to their pets.”

  • Time Life Nature Video Library - The Wild Shores of Patagonia

    57:21

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  • Christmas in Alaska

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    My brother Gabriel and I saying Merry Christmas to all you youtubers out there. Have a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!!

  • Forest in the Sea

    54:16

    A visit to California coastal waters to survey a kelp forest, an underwater plant chain that supports more than 100,000 creatures. Observed: spawning abalone, a hungry wolf eel and playful sea otters.

  • Inside Story Americas - Have safety regulations improved since the BP oil spill?

    25:22

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  • Time Life Nature Video Library: Pantanal: Prairie of Great Waters

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  • The Seedy Side of Plants

    53:50

    Following seeds as they use their fruit to “invade and colonize new territories,” says narrator Richard Crenna. A quinine bush uses emus and ants for germination, while strangler figs use bats.

  • Time Life Nature Video Library - Designed for Living

    58:24

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  • The Coldest Place on Earth: Documentary

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    Siberian redirects here. For the Federal district, see Siberian Federal District. For other uses, see Siberia (disambiguation) and Siberian (disambiguation).
    Coordinates: 60°0′N 105°0′E

    Siberia
    Russian: Сибирь (Sibir)
    Geographical region
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    Siberian Federal District
    Geographic Russian Siberia

    North Asia
    Country Russia, Kazakhstan
    Region North Asia
    Borders on West: Ural Mountains
    North: Arctic Ocean
    East: Pacific Ocean
    South: Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China
    Parts West Siberian Plain
    Central Siberian Plateau
    others...
    Highest point Klyuchevskaya Sopka
    - elevation 4,649 m (15,253 ft)
    Area 13,100,000 km2 (5,057,938 sq mi)
    Population 36,000,000 (2017)
    Density 2.7/km2 (7/sq mi)
    Siberia (/saɪˈbɪəriə/; Russian: Сиби́рь, tr. Sibir'; IPA: [sʲɪˈbʲirʲ] (About this sound listen)) is an extensive geographical region, and by the broadest definition is also known as North Asia. Siberia has historically been a part of Russia since the 17th century.

    The territory of Siberia extends eastwards from the Ural Mountains to the watershed between the Pacific and Arctic drainage basins. The Yenisei River conditionally divides Siberia into two parts, Western and Eastern. Siberia stretches southwards from the Arctic Ocean to the hills of north-central Kazakhstan and to the national borders of Mongolia and China.[1] With an area of 13.1 million square kilometres (5,100,000 sq mi), Siberia accounts for 77% of Russia's land area, but it is home to just 40 million people—27% of the country's population. This is equivalent to an average population density of about 3 inhabitants per square kilometre (7.8/sq mi) (approximately equal to that of Australia), making Siberia one of the most sparsely populated regions on Earth. If it were a country by itself, it would still be the largest country in area, but in population it would be the world's 35th-largest and Asia's 14th-largest.

    Worldwide, Siberia is well known primarily for its long harsh winters, with a January average of −25 °C (−13 °F), as well as its extensive history of use by Russian and Soviet administrations as a place for prisons, labor camps, and exile. The region is of paleontological significance, as it contains bodies of prehistoric animals from the Pleistocene Epoch, preserved in ice or permafrost. Specimens of Goldfuss cave lion cubs, Yuka (mammoth) and another woolly mammoth from Oymyakon, a woolly rhinoceros from the Kolyma River, and bison and horses from Yukagir, were found here.[6]

    The Siberian Traps were formed by one of the largest-known volcanic events of the last 500 million years of Earth's geological history. They continued for a million years and are considered a possible cause of the Great Dying about 250 million years ago,[7] which is estimated to have killed 90% of species existing at the time.[8]

    At least three species of human lived in Southern Siberia around 40,000 years ago: H. sapiens, H. neanderthalensis, and the Denisovans.[9] The last was determined in 2010, by DNA evidence, to be a new species.

  • Time Life Nature Video Library: On the Tracks of the Wild Otter

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  • Time Life Nature Video Library: Kingdom of the Ice Bear

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  • Hokkaido: Island of the Spirits

    54:41

    In the far north of Japan, thrust out into the north Pacific, is the remote island of Hokkaido. It's a land of towering volcanoes and steaming lakes, marshy valleys and fairy tale forests. Among this magical scenery, where summers are brief and winters are fierce, lives an extraordinary spectrum of life, found nowhere else in Japan. Here among the coastal lowlands, grizzly bears plunge into icy streams for salmon, Japanese cranes perform balletic courtship dances to one another, the rare and enormous Blakistons fish owl swoops on flying squirrels, and white-tailed eagles scan the rugged ocean cliffs for unsuspecting seabirds. HIgh on the mountains Asiatic pikas, arctic hares and Siberian chipmunks gather food, ever-watchful for the predatory sable. We think of Japan as a highly-populated, ultra modern society, and yet it remains a highly spiritual place where wildlife is treasured and carefully protected. Weaving Ainu legend with fascinating natural behavior, this film will follow the lives of Hokkaido's special creatures through the seasons, to capture the true essence and beauty of this other-worldly place.

  • Time Life Nature Video Library: Lords of Hokkaido

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  • Time Life Nature Video Library: Hawaii: Islands of the Fire Goddess

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  • Saguaro: Sentinel of the Desert

    53:58

    A study of the wildlife supported by North America's largest desert cactus, the saguaro. Included: Gila woodpeckers, which build nests inside the hull; bull snakes, preyed on by roadrunners; elf owls; and kangaroo rats, which survive without drinking water.

  • 1965 Progress Report from NASA – Part 1

    15:38

    An overview of what NASA was doing in 1965. Various overviews of satellites. Fascinating to see how busy NASA was at that time. Includes some nice '60s-style animation.

  • Alyeska Resort, AK Report: Steep, Firm Gully-Skiing on North Face

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    Martin shreds North Face at Alyeska Resort, AK on February 2, 2021.

  • Ice Fox: Struggle for Survival

    52:40

    Ice Fox observes two families of arctic foxes in vastly different regions: Norway's Arctic coast, and Siberia. Included: the impact of trappers; a lemming shortage.

  • Creatures Of The Magic Water Amazon Wildlife Documentary | Wild Things

    1:5:59

    In the north of Brazil where the River Negro and the mighty Amazon meet, virgin rainforest covers the landscape for hundreds of miles. It is home to an abundance of rare creatures including.

    The Amazon rainforests are a giant ecosystem that provides habitat to such extraordinary and wonderful creatures as jaguars, poison dart frogs and basilisks. But with all the creatures that.

    Endless, flat, grassy plains with immense salt pans, parched and inhospitable for months - this is the world of Botswana's Makgadikgadi. Southern Africa's massive herds of zebra and wildebeests.

  • Mrs Alaska

    1:30

    Mrs Alaska Vicki Sarber is now Mrs America. Congratulations Vicki.

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  • Grand Teton Wilderness

    54:42

    A 1991 study of Wyoming's Grand Teton Wilderness, a curious blend of the wild and the civilized. Observed: black bears, bald eagles, river otters, coyotes and pronghorns.

  • my first Alaska snowfall

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    drove up to hatcher's pass for my first alaska snow!! ^_^

  • Pipeline, Episode 4

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    ...The long cold notorious night of winter in Alaska was of course the real hardship of pipeline work. In the northern most latitudes the sun disappears into total darkness for almost three months in winter. #TBT #TAPS

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  • Swimmers Vs Runners: Who Has The Strongest Heart? | The GTN Show Ep. 101

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    In this weeks GTN show we've got a couple of questions for you! Does a swimmer have a stronger heart than a runner? Or should you run with straight or bent arms? We also have some amazing new swim goggles and your chance to win some Assos cycling goodies.

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  • Alaska or Bust documentary CFRN TV

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    Garnet Lewis drove the Alaska Highway from Edmonton in 1991.

  • Sam Harbo COWCH interview 1.25.2018

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    Cathie Harms interviews Dr. Samuel J. Harbo, Jr., in Elvey Auditorium at UAF on January 25, 2018. Dr. Harbo talks about his life and career, including his tenure as professor at UAF and as chair of the Board of Game. Sadly, Dr. Harbo passed away on May 30, 2018. He made significant contributions to wildlife conservation in Alaska, as well as to the University of Alaska.

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  • November 5th, 2014 - Alaska Weather

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    Alaska Weather is a production of Alaska Public Media and the United States National Weather Service-Alaska Region.

    Alaska Weather meteorologists are:

    Dave Snider
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    Kimberley Hoeppner

    #AKwx is produced daily at 5:30 p.m. and available over the air and online.

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