1. CWS Serbia - Red Cross Smederevo

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    from Paul Jeffrey Added

    Church World Service supports the Red Cross in Smederevo, Serbia, as it produces food to feed the hungry. Serbian narration.

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    • CWS Serbia - Red Cross Smederevo - English

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      from Paul Jeffrey Added

      Church World Service supports the Red Cross in Smederevo, Serbia, as it produces food to feed the hungry. English voiceover.

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      • CWS Broadband

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        from Maven Added 189 1 0

        Cable&Wireless Seychelles promoting broadband arrival to the Seychelles.

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        • Time Lapse Hydrography - Tuolumne and Clavey Rivers 2012 with Temperatures

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          from Center for Watershed Sciences Added 286 0 0

          The methods for this video are very similar to http://watershed.ucdavis.edu/doc/recession/time-lapse-hydrography, so start there for a general overview of how we make these videos. This video differs from the previous versions though in that it represents a combination of a few separate data streams (no pun intended) to get a better picture of the differences between these two rivers. In this video, we include, for the first time, air temperature and water temperature data. First, some context. The left frames for this video are for the Clavey river and the right frames are from the Tuolumne river at the confluence of the Clavey and Tuolumne rivers. The Tuolumne river is what is referred to as a "regulated" river, meaning that its flow is controlled by an upstream dam. The Clavey river has no dams. The data for the Clavey came entirely from UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences loggers that were in the river during this time period. As such, the blue line represents stage (not flow). In the right frame, the flow is approximated from two upstream USGS gages - which could be why the high flow event early on is not completely captured. However, it seems to be generally accurate. As such, this graph represents flow, not stage, and the extent of the flow graph is *not* synchronized with the extent of the Clavey's stage graph. The air temperature data came from the Clavey logger - so the air temperature is the same and the two graphs are synchronized on extent). The air temperature fluctuates wildly compared to the other variables, and so we used a 24 hour moving average in order to visualize the trend, but less of the extremes (and so you can see the river behind it). The water temperature data came from two loggers, one in the Clavey river and one in the mainstem Tuolumne. The Tuolumne logger was placed downstream of the confluence, introducing the possibility of influence from the Clavey, but when compared with our data from upstream, it did not differ noticeably. A few things become apparent now that we have data for both rivers, including temperature: 1) the end of season pulsing from the dam releases on main stem 2) the separation of air temp and water temp in main stem apparent (the Clavey's temperatures roughly track each other in trend and approximate temperature while the mainstem diverges) 3) the early season pulses and significant input from the Clavey could have important ecological role

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          • Time Lapse Hydrography for Cosumnes River - Summer 2011

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            from Center for Watershed Sciences Added 117 0 0

            The Center for Watershed Sciences has a set of study sites on rivers throughout the northern Sierra Nevada range in California and in some locations in the Central Valley. Part of this research includes monitoring the river's edge habitat with remote game cameras. After a year's worth of captures, we realized we could do some other processing with these videos. This video shows images and hydrographs capturing the same moment in time. About the images: The images in this video are taken by a game camera that takes an hourly picture, on the hour, 24 hours a day. How the video is made: For this video, we pulled in river stage data from USGS flow gages at nearby, but not exact, locations. In this case, due to the distance between the camera and the gage, the times on the flow gage data were time-shifted in order to align with the camera's location. Using Python and matplotlib, we created a hydrograph for each time. Then, using Perl and ImageMagick, we overlaid the hydrographs with images based on the timestamps. Finally, we used Virtualdub to turn the completed frames into a 10 FPS movie.

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            • Rosenblatt Press Box Implosion

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              Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium is being demolished to make room for the zoo. I filmed this from the best vantage point I had access to. The implosion took place on August 22, 2012 at 6:56 a.m.

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              • Tuolumne and Clavey Rivers - Time Lapse Hydrography

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                from Center for Watershed Sciences Added 138 0 1

                The Center for Watershed Sciences has a set of study sites on rivers throughout the northern Sierra Nevada range in California. Part of this research includes monitoring the river's edge habitat with remote game cameras. After a year's worth of captures, we realized we could do some other processing with these videos. This video shows images and hydrographs from two nearby rivers capturing the same moment in time. About the images: The images in this video are taken by a pair of identical game camera's that take an hourly picture, on the hour, 24 hours a day. The left images are from the Clavey River, and the right images are from the confluence of the Clavey (left) and Tuolumne (right). How the video is made: For this video, we pulled in river stage data from USGS flow gages at nearby, but not exact, locations. Using Python and matplotlib, we created a hydrograph for each time. Then, using Perl and ImageMagick, we overlaid the hydrographs with images based on the timestamps and then paired images together based upon closest timestamps (which also leads to the stuttering you see on the right side). Finally, we used Virtualdub to turn the completed frames into a 10 FPS movie. See https://vimeo.com/46239865 for another video like this from the American and Yuba rivers and more complete methods.

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                • Child Welfare Scheme : Douglas Maclagan

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                  from Shirin Chawla Added

                  Douglas Maclagan talks about why he funded CWS, the dire state of child welfare in Nepal, and how they're helping to change things with education and their continued determination in the face of slave traders and apathy. For more information about Child Welfare Scheme: www.cwsuk.org www.cwshk.org www.cwsn.org Produced by Hurrah Productions

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                  • Nik Moore - Baseball Game Highlights

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                    Nik Moore - Short Stop Filmed the Mid-Ohio Bullets baseball team at a wood bat baseball tournament. The tournament took place at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, IN. First Game @ 1pm: Mid-Ohio Bullets vs. Michigan Royals Bullets won 8-3 Second Game @ 4pm: Mid-Ohio Bullets vs. DATCLL 18U Bullets lost 5-11 Iconic Media, LLC - Columbus & Central Ohio - Sports Recruiting Highlight Videos (740) 705-9683 www.iconic-media.com/sports-videographer

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                    • Gerrit Cole strikeouts

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                      from Blair Angulo Added 9 0 0

                      Former UCLA pitcher Gerrit Cole had his way with Arizona in 2011. Here's a quick look.

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