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Elk Island
1985, production : James Jeffrey
This is the story of a man-made island sanctuary for...
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For Future Generations
1985, production : Boyce Richardson
This film deals with the historic roots of the...
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The Great Buffalo Saga
1985, production : Michael McKennirey
By the late 1800s the free-ranging buffalo that for...
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The Intertidal Zone
1985, production : David Denning
This highly informative film is a basic analysis of the...
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Where the Bay Becomes the Sea
1985, production : John Brett
The richness, complexity and fragility of marine life unfold...
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From Ashes to Forest
1984, production : Tony Ianzelo
For centuries the idea of the forest fire as a destructive...
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St. Lawrence: Stairway to the Sea
1982, production : Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Jacques Gagné
In this spectacular documentary, Jacques-Yves Cousteau,...
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Cries from the Deep
1981, production : Jacques Gagné
This film records the journey undertaken by Jacques-Yves...
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Where the Bay Becomes the Sea
Film  (29:27) 1985, production : John Brett
The richness, complexity and fragility of marine life unfold like a Persian carpet in this beautiful film. The bay of the title is the Bay of Fundy, and where it meets the sea a unique ecosystem has developed. The film traces the intricate interrelationships within the food chain, from tiny plankton, through birds and seals, and finally to whales and humans. More than just a visual feast, the film is a plea for careful management of our ocean resources. First telecast as part of the Nature of Things series.

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