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Yellowstone in Winter (1984)

  • Yellowstone in Winter


    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.

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  • Yellowstone National Park Officials Just Announced A Chilling Discovery Was Made Inside Yellowstone


    Yellowstone National Park officials just announced a chilling discovery was made inside Yellowstone. Today, we take a look at this Yellowstone discovery.

    Over 4 million people visit Yellowstone every year, making it the second most visited national park in the world. Whenever there's slight activity at Yellowstone it usually always makes the news, and this is because underneath Yellowstone national park lies a monster Supervolcano, big enough that it would have massive effects on our planet if it was to erupt.

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  • Yellowstone Snowcoach Adventure - Centennial Collection


    Get a rarely-seen look at the winter wildlife of Yellowstone as you take a tour of the snow-covered park.

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  • Wolves & Buffalo: The Last Frontier


    Observing wild buffaloes and gray wolves in the Canadian wilderness. Jeff and Sue Turner spent two years filming the ritual battles between these ancient adversaries in Wood Buffalo National Park, where the drama unfolds in the subarctic winter.

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  • Arches National Park 4K - Winter Sunrise - Scenic Drive - USA


    Early morning drive at sunrise on the planet Mars...wait, into Arches National Park in the western US State of Utah. Currently my favorite National Park. Utah already has some amazing scenery but the mix of colors, clouds, and sunlight make this one my favorite videos lately. Enjoy! New 360 camera setup is complete and I'll begin filming soon.
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    Arches National Park lies north of Moab in the state of Utah. Bordered by the Colorado River in the southeast, it’s known as the site of more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches, such as the massive, red-hued Delicate Arch in the east. Long, thin Landscape Arch stands in Devils Garden to the north. Other geological formations include Balanced Rock, towering over the desert landscape in the middle of the park

    Arches National Park is a national park in eastern Utah, United States. The park is adjacent to the Colorado River, 4 miles (6 km) north of Moab, Utah. More than 2,000 natural sandstone arches are located in the park, including the well-known Delicate Arch, as well as a variety of unique geological resources and formations. The park contains the highest density of natural arches in the world.

    The park consists of 76,679 acres (119.811 sq mi; 31,031 ha; 310.31 km2) of high desert located on the Colorado Plateau. The highest elevation in the park is 5,653 feet (1,723 m) at Elephant Butte, and the lowest elevation is 4,085 feet (1,245 m) at the visitor center. The park receives an average of less than 10 inches (250 mm) of rain annually.

    Administered by the National Park Service, the area was originally named a national monument on April 12, 1929, and was redesignated as a national park on November 12, 1971. The park received more than 1.6 million visitors in 2018.

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  • Footage of the 1980 Mount St. Helens Eruption


    On May 18, 1980, the Mount St. Helens became the largest and most destructive volcanic eruption in U.S. history. By the end of its cycle of fire and fury, 57 people had died.

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  • M*A*S*H: 17 Secrets You Wont Believe


    M*A*S*H is a popular television sitcom that aired from 1972 to 1983. It features characters including Hawkeye, Trapper John, Hot Lips and Radar. The show was themed around the Korean War, and features all sorts of shenanigans that the characters get into while caring for injured people. M*A*S*H became one of the most popular shows of all time, and even drew in more viewers than the Super Bowl at times.

    In this video, we're taking a look at 17 unbelievable secrets from behind the scenes of M*A*S*H. These secrets include facts about the characters of the show, plots from various episodes, and the relationship that the show built with the network and its audience over the years. If you're a MASH fan, you might remember some of the episodes and characters we discuss in this video. However, even the biggest fans will be surprised to learn about some of these secrets!

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    We thought the water heater in our brand new motorhome was totally dead. But there was absolutely NOTHING wrong with it! We simply made a mistake in using our RV's water system. Don't make the same newbie RV mistake we did! Watch the video above to learn what we did wrong, and how you can avoid our mistake!

    On April 11, 2014, we marked 11 years of full-time RVing. After all this time, we've learned an awful lot about how live in an RV and manage its systems. But that doesn't mean we haven't made mistakes.

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    10 Disney Rides That Have KILLED People

    Disney’s Theme Parks are known as the places where dreams come to life. From princesses’ castles to jaw-dropping roller coaster rides, a day at one of these parks can surely change someone’s life forever. Unfortunately, this hasn’t been the case for everyone. Some people made visits to a Disney Park just to find an awful fate. In today’s video, we’ll be looking at “10 Disney Rides that Have Killed People.” You heard that ride, there are actually ten attractions in these parks that have been responsible for the passing of innocent lives. Of course, the park authorities didn’t see this coming, but this video shows us that even the happiest place on Earth can easily turn nightmares into reality. Can you guess what’s the ride at the top of the list? There’s only a way to find out! Watch with me until the end and learn more about each of these rides.

    Sailing Ship Columbia

    Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays at Disney. Even though most of these parks are in mostly-sunny destinations, the staff makes sure that you can experience a winter wonderland at this time of the year. Some people go as far as visiting the parks right at the peak of the season, and that includes visits during Christmas Eve. That’s exactly the day that Luan Phi Dawson chose to visit when a large metal cleat came off from the Sailing Ship Columbia ride during the 1998 celebrations at Disneyland. The metal piece fell on the man’s head and its weight was more than enough to leave him brain dead and ultimately died two days after the incident. Just like in most of the cases on this list, the family of the victim took legal action and got 25 million dollars from the park. But I guess no amount of money is enough to cover the loss of a loved one, especially during a time like Christmas.

    Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster

    Before you get on these intense rides, you are always warned to check your health conditions. After all, a lot of these rides can cause serious damage to your health if you’re not ready for the experience. But some people sometimes are not even aware of their health conditions and can’t even assess whether it’s a good idea to get on a ride or find something else to do. In June of 2006, a 12-year-old from Kentucky was visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios and decided to ride on the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster. But sadly, once the ride was over, people came to find the boy unconscious on his seat. He had to be rushed to the hospital, but he died before he could even get medical attention. After running an investigation, they came to find out that the boy had an undiagnosed heart condition. For that reason, his body could not take the intensity of the ride. It’s always good to have medical check-ups. Especially, if you love roller coasters. While all of the rides surely seem fun, not all of us are ready for all of them - and that’s totally fine. There’s so much more that we can do at these parks.

    The Monorail Track

    The next attraction on this list is not only used as a way to entertain people but also to transport them! It’s Disney’s Monorail Track, which was actually the first monorail system in the Western Hemisphere. And even though it looks harmless, it was also the cause of a terrible incident. It all happened in 1966 when a 19-year-old guy tried to sneak into Grad Nite, which is Disney’s annual celebration for students who have just graduated from high school. Apparently, this guy was not invited to the party, but he still wanted to sneak in. A security guard spotted him and try to stop him, but this guy was very persistent. But in order to get to the party while breaking in, the guy had to cross the monorail track. And sadly, when he was doing that, he didn’t notice that the train was already approaching. After that, it was too late for the guy to get out, and ended up getting hit by the train and ultimately lost his life.


    Similar to the monorail incident, the PeopleMover also became the scenario of an unfortunate event. And just like the monorail, the PeopleMover is also a transportation attraction, which means that it was used to move people around at Tomorrowland in Disneyland, California. In 1967, a 17-year-old guy thought it would be a good idea to move cars while the ride was in motion. This caused him to stumble, fall into the tracks, and get dragged hundreds of feet away.

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    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.

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  • Winter in Yellowstone


    1984 PBS Nature-This was first aired on PBS in 1984. I video taped it to show to my science class just before the winter break as it is called now. Yellowstone visitor center used to sell the video tape up to the early 90s but this edition cannot be found anywhere. This is not to be confused with Christmas in Yellowstone was is the more recent version. Russ Finley came out with a more recent version but it was not shown on PBS as far as I know. All credits are given at the beginning and end.

  • Yellowstone in Winter


    My partner Jon Scott and I spent some time in Yellowstone National Park in the winter of 1984. This gives a sampling of what you can see and experience in the park in winter.



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    The wildlife and sights of Yellowstone National Park, including Old Faithful, Mammoth Hot Springs and Fishing Bridge.

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  • BBC Supervolcano : The truth about Yellowstone


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  • Vintage Yellowstone Commercials Show How Much Has Changed | National Geographic


    As the first National Park in the United States, Yellowstone has always had a special place in the hearts of American vacationers. These vintage advertisements show how much the park has changed (bear feeding grounds!), and how in many ways, Yellowstone has not changed at all.
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  • The story of Yellowstones ups and downs


    Yellowstone Volcano Observatory Scientist-in-Charge Mike Poland visits Yellowstone National Park to tell the story of how the ground there moves up and down over time. This motion has been measured using a variety of techniques over the past 100 years, and from geological mapping scientists can even tell how the ground has moved going back about 15,000 years! This research indicates that the ground at Yellowstone goes up and down in cycles, some of which can last thousands of years and that are caused by accumulation and draining of fluids beneath the surface.

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  • Fragments of Eden


    The Seychelles, a 90-island Indian Ocean archipelago, home to some of the rarest species of flora and fauna. Inhabitants include the majestically plumed black paradise flycatcher; the bare-legged scots owl and cave swiftlets, tiny birds that dwell in dark caverns.

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    The Lake Hotel is one of a series of hotels built to accommodate visitors to Yellowstone National Park in the late 19th and early 20th century. Built originally in 1891, it was re-designed and substantially expanded by Robert Reamer, architect of the Old Faithful Inn in 1903. In contrast to the Old Faithful Inn, the Lake Hotel is a relatively plain clapboarded Colonial Revival structure with three large Ionic porticoes facing Yellowstone Lake.
    The original 1891 hotel was a large three-story structure with projecting bays at each end. Its construction was supervised by R.R. Cummins for the Northern Pacific Railway, which was building two other, similar hotels in the park. Reamer's 1903 remodeling changed these projections to the present Ionic porticoes. An eastward extension was added at this time, with a third matching portico. In 1922-23 a further extension to the east was undertaken, this with a flat roof. In 1928 a two-story west wing was added, expanding the dining room and adding a solarium to the front. The entire hotel was extensively renovated from 1984 to 1990.[2]
    The Lake Hotel is adjoined by the Lake Fish Hatchery Historic District and the Grand Loop Road Historic District.
    The west wing of the Lake Hotel was renovated in the winter and spring of 2012, including the formal dining room and beautiful sun room/lounge. The remaining rooms in the east end of the hotel will be renovated during the fall and winter of 2013-2014.

  • Before-And-After Satellite Images of Earth from Space


    Amazing before and after satellite images taken from the International Space Station show how quickly our dynamic, but fragile planet can change.
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    These before and after images demonstrate how quickly our dynamic, but fragile planet can change.

    The Aral Sea in central Asia was once the fourth largest lake in the world. In the 1960’s, the Soviet Union began using it to help grow crops. These images were taken just 14 years apart. Losing the moderating influence of this large body of water has made the region’s winters colder and summers hotter.

    In 2011, NASA captured a new volcanic island emerging in the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen. It’s part of the Red Sea Rift where the African and Arabian tectonic plates meet, the island chain gained an additional rock in 2013 that doesn’t even appear in this photograph.

    By tapping water sources beneath the sands of Saudi Arabia, engineers turned the desert into an oasis. But with only 50 more years of groundwater supply left, the clock is ticking. Farmers could survive though by switching to greenhouse farming with drip irrigation.

    The Muir Glacier in Alaska has been documented for 120 years. Named for Scottish naturalist and writer John Muir, the glacier used to fill this entire inlet. This photo taken in 2004 shows how warmer temperatures have caused its shocking, 31-mile retreat.

    It may seem like a winter wonderland, but many of Yellowstone National Park’s 2 million-plus acres are now prone to wildfire. Longer, drier summers are a big problem. But this 2016 image actually shows how Yellowstone has recovered from the 1988 fire that consumed more than half of the park.

    And in 1984, Brazil plugged the Jamari river with the Samuel hydroelectric dam. The reservoir it created flooded the upstream forest. The image on the right also captures the effects of deforestation that could cut the Amazon to just 47% of its original size by 2030.

    The Binhai New Area in China, now a manufacturing powerhouse, was once salt farms and marshland. As you can see, the growth, which began in 1990, has extended into the Bohai Sea and is only expected to continue as the area becomes integrated into the Jing-Jin-Ji megalopolis.

    The delta where the Omo river meets Africa’s Lake Turkana used to be contained entirely within Ethiopia, but it’s grown so big it’s now located mainly in Kenya. It’s expanded as the lake’s water level has been reduced by less rain, higher temperatures, and agricultural activity.

    And here we have an extremely remote area in the harsh conditions of Kazakhstan near the Caspian Sea which shows the development of production facilities to take advantage of oil and gas deposits. Those settlements you see are to house workers, which demonstrates the lengths humans will go for a good paying job.

    And then we have Iran’s lake Urmia which changed color from green to red in a matter of weeks last summer. The culprit? A combination of algae and bacteria that causes the change when the weather gets hot and the lake begins to evaporate, increasing its salinity, or saltiness.

    Well I hope this gave you a little more appreciation for the natural world surrounding you wherever you find yourself watching this video. Until next time, for TDC, I’m Bryce Plank.

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  • YES! Talks: Seismic Monitoring in Yellowstone


    Review of some of the seismic monitoring researching being conducting in Yellowstone National Park by researchers at the University of Utah—a member of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory.

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    Answered 15 May, 2018 Head for the equator. But watch out, many others will have the same idea too. yellowstone eruption Google Search The other answers are perceptive a volcanic winter is the more threatening, longer term danger than that of a pyroclastic surge or suffocation. After the television movie The Day After came out in 1984, astrophysicist Carl Sagan came on the tube to report that, as dire as the movies scenario of a thermonuclear exchange seemed, it gets worse. Call his prediction the days after the day after. Day After, The 42995137569 U Sulphur dioxide and other particulate suspended in the atmosphere will circle the globe, blocking sunlight, reducing the earths temperature causing crop failure, famine and blight leading to a much greater toll than the explosions, fires and fallout of WW III. Great amounts ice may build up in the north from reduced summer warning rendering much of that hemisphere mostly uninhabitable for 5–6 years. Agriculture will shift to some 1,200 km north of the equator to points south where crops may be grown. He based his speculations on volcano studies, examining ash layers from Yellowstone, from Tambora and others, coining the description nuclear winter. Thus, its not true theres no place to go. However, there will be competition, great unrt, desperate violence and cri, if it all plays out according to that model. In the 2005 movie Supervolcano, the filmmakers couldnt resist putting in a crisis of people crashing the U.S./Mexican border illegally, imagine that? But from north to south. If memory serves, the 2004 Roland Emmerich film The Day After Tomorrow also included the same ironic scenario. First, theres good news there will be months to years of advance notice before Yellowstones hot spot blows. Calderas do not erupt. ™ Mt. St. Helens gave only two months notice but it is a smaller volcano. This magma chamber is so much larger, I expect decades of significant signs Metres of uplift over years rather than the centimetres per year were observing now, with none 2019–20. Magmatic earthquakes signify movement of fluidic magma down below with unmistakable detectibility. There will be time to pack up and try to head south. Of course, they could be mistaken! But I am banking my life on the networ.k of detection instrumentation in place. Another hesitation regarding this prognostication is we dont really know how big it will blow and, even if as large as possible. Small volcanic events are likely in the near future. A large, caldera forming eruption is not co.nsidered possible for thousands of years. And, not many geophysicists predict massive extinction events. Toba in Indonesia, some 74,000 years ago, was larger than most Yellowstone eruptions. // googlem/search?tbmisch sa1 eioUL7Wr2TAo2OsQW hZO4BA qtobuyellowstonehotspotscompared oqtobuyellowstonehorsporscompared gslmobile gws wiz img.1.0.30i10.30433.33015..34297 0 .171.1233.1j9 0 .1.BYNSjBRwOucpc3D But I read different colusions whether it caused a genetic bottleneck or if its effects were largely absorbed by the planet without huge dieoffs. Toba catastrophe theory Wikipedia Volcano catastrophe idea dismissed Well just have to see. This information is a regular feature in my guided Yellowstone tour.™

  • Yellowstone Wolves 25th Anniversary, Part 1


    In this 3-part video, guest speakers discuss their experiences and share information regarding the return of wolves to Yellowstone in 1995 and 1996 at a gathering hosted by A Naturalist's World in Gardiner, MT. Guest speakers include Jim Halfpenny, Norm Bishop, Rick McIntyre, and Doug Smith, along with audience members who were able to add their perspectives from 25 years ago. This was recorded on January 12th, 2020.

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