This video is produced with media from BASELINE, a project enabling comprehensive underwater documentation of the NYS water system. The intent is to provide a visual record of what our water looks like today, ahead of potential changes from hydrofracking, invasive species, shoreside development and other threats.
FOOTAGE FROM THIS PROJECT IS AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE TO NON-PROFITS WORKING TO PROTECT WATER WITHIN NYS AND BEYOND.
David O. Brown/ Audubon Together Green Fellow
Funded by Audubon/Toyota Together Green & The Park Foundation
This compilation features wildlife filmed in 1080i by David Owen Brown using SONY HDW730 cameras and Canon HD lenses. The material is owned by Cornell University and may be obtained for educational use via Cornell's Macaulay Library.
Locations include the Canadian Arctic, Hawaii, the Gulf of Mexico, Cornell's Shoals Marine Laboratory and other locations within North America.