1. A TIme Lapse Study of Corals

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    from Erik Woolcott Added 1,133 2 0

    A study into the ways corals move and grow in time lapse. Inspired by the work of Robert Hollingsworth, Tim Shepherd, and Richard Kirby.

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    • Galaxy Coral Sweeper Tentacles

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      from Allan Candler Added 7 0 0

      Video of my Galaxy Coral sending out sweeper tentacles.

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      • 10ª Festival CoralUSP | CoralUSP 12 em Ponto | Pot-pourri Raul Seixas

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        from Evandro da Silva e Silva Added 4 0 0

        Apresentação do CoralUSP 12 em Ponto, sob regência de Eduardo Fernandes, interpretando músicas de Raul Seixas.

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        • La Fuga - Ain't No Mountain High Enough

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          from Chim Ethos Added 87 0 0

          La Fuga - Ain't No Mountain High Enough @ Colonia Güell

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          • La Fuga - Somebody's Knocking At Your Door

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            from Chim Ethos Added 74 0 0

            La Fuga - Somebody's Knocking At Your Door @ Colonia Güell 14/06/2015

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            • Reefs for People – Mangroves

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              from CAVU Added 31 1 0

              Mangroves play a key role maintaining fisheries, as well as providing services for tourism and shoreline protection. In spite of their indisputable economic, social and environmental importance, throughout Belize mangroves are getting cut and dredged.

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              • Behind the Scenes: Filming Australia's Marine Parks

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                from Bluebottle Films Added 108 5 0

                See what it was like to journey across Australia to film stories about our local connection to the ocean and to explore the science behind the value of marine parks and sanctuary areas, which are giving nature a chance to restore itself. Documentary-makers Danielle Ryan and James Sherwood have filmed three short documentaries on this theme from July 2014 to May 2015 including: The Sea & Me (27 mins 29 secs); My Saltwater Sanctuary (19 mins 28 secs); A Journey through The Eyes of the Reef (15 mins 26 secs); Plus, six short vignettes. 'My Saltwater Sanctuary' won the 'Underwater World' prize at the Fremantle Underwater Film Festival February 2015, and a vignette-style cut-down of 'The Sea & Me' called 'With Change Comes Opportunity' won the Sylvia Earle Ocean Conservation Award in June 2015 as a part of the MY HERO Film Festival. MacGillivray Freeman, who sponsored this award through the One World One Ocean Campaign said: "We felt that this video presented a critical message about the importance of Marine Protected Areas from a former fisherman’s point of view. This is such a huge issue and this kind of messaging is key to having people understand the value of Marine Protected Areas for fishermen. The video was thoughtfully constructed, with the sole purpose of gaining support for marine reserves, which are so essential for ocean recovery."

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                • FLow

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                  from Sonny DePasquale Added 75 0 0

                  The northernmost headwaters of the Everglades can travel over 350 miles before reaching the Florida Bay. FLow showcases this water cycle and the ecosystems it feeds. In this short film, the viewer is immersed in the river basins of Central Florida leading to Lake Okeechobee, flown through slough valleys and mangroves of the Everglades, and swim in a spectacle of color and life beneath the waters of the Florida Keys.

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                  • La Fuga - Sitting on the Dock of the Bay

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                    from Chim Ethos Added 42 0 0

                    La Fuga - Sitting on the Dock of the Bay @ Colonia Güell

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                    • La Fuga - Somawasa

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                      from Chim Ethos Added 115 0 0

                      La Fuga - Somawasa @ Colonia Güell

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